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TRAVEL
ON YOUR
OWN
Travel columnist
Paty Toppa says
traveling solo is a
reward in itself,
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Vol. 5, No. 22 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, January9, 2009


Canoe trip planned
The Merritt Island/Beach-
es Area of Brevard County
Parks and Recreation will
host an interpretive canoe
trip to the Thousand Islands
on Friday, Jan. 23.
A knowledgeable guide
will paddle along with par-
ticipants while pointing out
Florida's native flora and
fauna and discussing some
of the history and impor-
tance of the Thousand
Islands.
Tours will launch from
Ramp Road Park in Cocoa
Beach at 9:30 a.m. and
return around 11:30 a.m.
The cost to attend is $10
and pre-registration is
required.
For more information, or
to pre-register, call (321)
See BRIEF, A8


Calendar B6 Police Report A5
Classified B8 Star Scopes BI
Crossword B6 Viewpoint A6
Out & About Bil


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Melboume, West Melbourne to


conduct joint meeting Jan. 14


By David Kearns
dkearns@hometownnewsol.com
WEST MELBOURNE The mem-
bers from both Melbourne and
West Melbourne city councils are
scheduled to meet in Indialantic
council chambers on Jan. 14.
It is the latest step in a dance
designed to iron out differences
over the existing water contract
between the cities of Melbourne
and West Melbourne before head-
ing to court.
Melbourne has water treatment
facilities, a collection plant at Lake
Washington, and transmission
lines serving 55,000 paying cus-


tomers.
One of those customers is West
Melbourne: the city has been using
the Harbor City as sole-source
provider for water for residents
since incorporating in 1959.
In 2007, West Melbourne filed a
lawsuit seeking a ruling on their
water contract. This, after the city
of Melbourne sent a letter to its
western namesake, accusing West
Melbourne of being in breach of the
agreement.
The current lawsuit seeks a ruling
on water permitting "concurrency
fees."
By common practice, the city of
West Melbourne had directed


developers to pay '/
these fees to the city
of Melbourne
directly.
But Melbourne
officials want
those fees paid
through the city
of West Mel-
bourne so that
the Harbor City
isn't left holding the bag when
developments stall or don't pay in a
timely manner.
' West Melbourne officials have
said the stalling in the concurrency
process is all from Melbourne's end
and this disrupts West Melbourne's


n nt nent


growth.
It is potentially a
costly litigation tinderbo*, waiting
to be set off.
See MEETING, A8


Resolved to get fit? Start slow, steady to reach goals


By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.com
For Brevardians and
beyond, the New Year is a
chance to wipe away the
mistakes of 2008 and face
each new challenge and
ambition with a clean slate.
For a large majority of the
population, these ambitions
often have to do with a
decrease in food intake and
an increase in exercise.
But when visiting those
local fitness centers this Jan-
uary, health experts warn
resolutioners that starting
too strong can result in a
short-lived goal.
"I call it the six-week pro-
gram," said Kathy Buthker,
supervisor of Pro Heath &
Fitness Center on Merritt
Island. "We'll have a huge
surge of people siSg up in
early ,Jnuairy and then
they're One by mid-Febru-
ary: It~heir frame of mind
that needs to be changed."


Like many other fitness
experts, Ms. Buthker
encourages members to
pace themselves, starting at
three or four days a week,
and build strength as they
go.
'.A lot of people are so
focused on their resolutions
that they come in here work-
ing too hard and too fast,"
Ms. Buthker said. "You'll see
them in here seven days a
week until they get burnt
out. Fitness should be a life-
time commitment, not a
chore.
Fitness experts,' often
encourage new participants
to find .a few activities they
enjoy, whether its cycling,
kickboxing or yoga, and
alternate between them.
"The goal is to enjoy your-
self and feel motivated to
come back," Ms. Buthker Paul Lepinskiest
said. Paul tephnskie/sta
The Merritt Island Pro Trainer Dena Hall of Indian Harbor Beach instructs her neighbor, Mich
See GOALS, A8 Ms. Hall explained the proper technique for curls on this weight machine.


Ready to ride


Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
Steve Walsh of Scooterville Motorsports in Melbourne demonstrates the operation of a scooter. Jay Tolliver of Mel-
bourne observes Mr. Walsh just before taking the scooter for a test drive.


Plazas


must


adjust to


economy

By David Kearns
dkearns@hometownnewsol.com
WEST MELBOURNE-
Change is upon us. Plazas
have to deal with the new
economic landscape even as
they are under construction.
At the Hammock Landing
Plaza, Kohls is in for what
would have been a Belks
store; HH Gregg is now the
electronics store of record.
Petco is still scheduled to
be the pet supermarket and
Marshalls' will still anchor
the plaza.
These are some of the
changing plans for the 78-
acre property located at the
northwest corner of Inter-
state 95 and Palm Bay Road
in West Melbourne said West
Melbourne City Planner
Christy Fischer.
Target Stores, and McDon-
ald's have both downscaled
their plans somewhat, and
the popular Polio Tropical, is
a now a no-go, having pulled
out of the project altogether,
she said.
Some of the smaller,
detached out-parcels that
had been agreed upon, are
now vacant and awaiting
new tenant agreements, she
said.
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A2 Melbourne Hometown News


36-year-old writer leaves behind friends, former coworkers


FBI still has no
answers as to how
she fell from ship
By David Kearns
dkearns@hometownnewsol.com
MELBOURNE She kept a Web
site chronicling the trials and
tribulations of her gastric lap-
band surgery which resulted in
the loss of more than 120 pounds.
Between 2000 and 2005 she
wrote for Florida Today, before
taking a teaching job at Florida
Air Academy while also teaching
part-time at Brevard Community
College during the evening.
According to U.S. Coast Guard
reports she was last seen after 8
p.m., Dec. 25 aboard the luxury
liner Norwegian Pearl, then cruis-
ing some 15 miles east of Cancun,
Mexico.
Now missing and feared dead,
Jennifer Ellis-Seitz, the writer
from Winter Haven found herself
at the center of a national media


frenzy.

blasted across the
Internet and
poured from the
mouths of televi-
sion pundits Dec.
29, from FOX
News to MSNBC.
How did she dis-
appear from the
ship? Ellis-Seitz
Meanwhile, the
Federal Bureau of Investigation
in Miami was following its own
protocol and still trying to protect
the identity of the missing pas-
senger.
"We have not released the
name, although everybody knows
who it is. We are investigating the
disappearance 9f a U.S. citizen
on the high seas," said Special
Agent Michael Leverock of
Miami.
Mr. Leverock said the FBI has
gathered evidence from the
cabin, and video from the cruise
line.
The FBI continues interviewing


passengers, family members, and
her husband, and will continue to
do so until such time as they can
determine whether a crime has
been committed. They will send
their findings on to the U.S.
Attorney's office.
While at Florida Air Academy,
students and coworkers could
depend on her ready smile and
ironic wit to brighten their day.
Mrs. Ellis-Seitz also taught
night classes in preparatory
studies at Brevard Community
College while teaching at Florida
Air.
A current resident of Winter
Haven, and married to her sec-
ond husband, Raymond Seitz for
one year, Mrs. Ellis-Seitz left the
Port of Miami on Dec. 21 aboard
Norwegian Pearl, with her has-
band and her mother, Donna
Ellis.
The Seitz's ocean liner was
scheduled to make several stops
in the Western Caribbean during
the seven-day cruise, according
to the company's Web site.
A U.S. Coast Guard Spokesper-


"It's like trying to find a basketball in the Grand Canyon.
There was no reasonable expectation of finding a sur-
vivorf"

Chief Petty Officer Jennifer Johnson
United States Coast Guard


son in Miami said hours follow-
ing the report of a missing pas-
senger on Dec. 26, a C-130 air-
craft was deployed out of USCG
Clearwater Station, as well as a
Falcon Jet out of Miami to search
for the missing passenger as a
possible "overboard."
Repeated flights of both air-
craft, as well as a search by ships
from the Mexican Navy covered
more than 4,200 square miles
before calling it quits at 3 p.m. on
Monday, Dec. 29, said U.S. Coast
Guard Chief Petty Officer Jen-
nifer Johnson, a spokesperson of
the Miami Station.
Seven-foot seas and a persist-
ent, 20-knot wind made the
search difficult, she said.


"It's like trying to find a basket-
ball in the Grand Canyon. There
was no reasonable expectation of
finding a survivor," said Chief
Petty Officer Johnson.
The U.S. Coast Guard had been
given little information on what
Mrs. Ellis-Seitz may have been
wearing at the time she was
reported missing.
"(The cruise line) said a white
object had been seen (failing
from the ship) on infrared cam-
era," she said.
While the national media
stirred the pot of speculation
about how she died, Mrs. Ellis-
Seitz's Web writing became the
focus of the hunt for information
about her state of mind.


Brevard County


-Bob Evans
895 Palm Bay Rd NE
Melbourne
Jan 12, 19- 2 PM

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1545 Palm Bay Rd NE
Melbourne
Jan 14, 21 2 PM


~Chili's Grill
4702 Babcock St. E
Palm Bay
Jan 13, 20-.2 PM


~Piccadilly
Melbourne Square Mall
Melbourne
Jan 14, 23- 11 AM


~Shell's
1490 W New Haven
West Melbourne
Jan 15, 22-2 PM

Applebee's
1545 Palm Bay Rd NE
Melbourne
Jan 22 1 PM


Village Inn
2925 S. Washington Ave
Titusville
Jan 14,21- 1 PM


~Golden Corral
880 Palm Bay Rd
Palm Bay
Jan 15, 23-2 PM

Joe's Club
7951 Ron Beatty Blvd
Micco
Jan 23 10 AM


Denny's
3500 Cheney Hwy
Titusville
Jan 14,21 3:30 PM


Bob Evans
895 Palm Bay Rd NE
Melbourne
Jan 21 2 PM


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Friday, January 9, 2009 www.HometownNewsOL.com Melbourne A3


City looks at solutions to local


poverty and mortgage meltdown


By David Kearns
dkearns@hometownnewsol.com
MELBOURNE Will
there be more poor people
in 2009, or less?
One does the math:
Chrysler shuts down for a
month, Ford weighs the
option, a new wave of fore-
closures may be in the off-
ing according to several
national news stories.
Where do the destitute
come when it's cold? Anoth-
er tough question. What is
Florida, Alex?
Where does it seem that
many of those wayward
them us, but for the grace
of God who congregate in
Brevard?
If you're a businessper-
son, or a resident of down-
town Melbourne, you've
seen your fair share of folks
who are down-and-out.
The 6-1 vote of the Mel-
bourne City Council in
November not to permit a
zoning change for the Daily
Bread charity of Fee Avenue,
didn't solve the problem of
regional homelessness or
hunger;
A recent look at local
arrests provided by the Bre-
vard County' Sheriff's Office
shows an alarming trend,
crimes of desperation: folks
in their 50s and 60s, arrest-
ed for what are popularly-
considered, twenty-some-
thing felonies, such as
"manufacturing of a con-
trolled substance." (see A-5)
Will things get better
because we zone, or wish
them away? Likely not, said
Molly Tasker, Melbourne
City Councilwoman.
Mrs. Tasker said during
the Dec. 9. meeting she
wishes to see a regional
campus of some sort, either
on city land, or in the coun-
ty where the wanting can go


for food, shelter, and infor-
mation about how to
improve their immediate
circumstances.
"We're going to have a lot
of veterans returning from
Iraq. There won't be jobs for
them,"' Mrs. Tasker said.
Taking care of our veter-
ans, and families with chil-
dren in need; should be top
priorities, she said.
Where would such a facil-
ity be placed? Mrs. Tasker
said perhaps near the Viera
clinic is only one possibility.
But right now the idea is
very general.
"At this point, we need
input (from all cities and
the county)," she said.
We also need it from non-
governmental relief organi-
zations, she said.
Mrs. Tasker is a retired
CIA employee who spent
more than 20 years in the
Middle East. She also
worked in Berlin before the
wall came down. She has
seen society at its best and
at its most desperate.
People who have lived
and worked abroad for long
periods of time often have a
sixth sense about trouble.
Mrs. Tasker will not go so
far as to say things are really
desperate, but they defi-
nitely are different in terms
of want and hurt. These are
on the rise, she said.
No longer is it so easy to
dismiss the poor away, as
the gap between "them" and
"us" shrinks to the space of
a nixed spouse's paycheck,
one mortgage payment, or
one catastrophic failure of
either the house or the fam-
ily car.
Who will do something
about it?
"I think'of Melbourne as
the lead city of this county,"
Mrs. Tasker said."We need
to lead the way, but we also


"I think of Melbourne as the lead city of this
county. We need to lead the way, but we need
other cities ... to be working together with us"

Molly Tasker
Melbourne City Council


need other cities and the
NGOs to be working togeth-
er with us."
Pooling of resources is
important. Ms. Tasker said
these NGOs should work
together and not feel terri-
torial about who they help,
or which issues they take
on.
This is a pitfall in devel-
oping nations; agencies,
charitably-funded, getting
political about their brand
name of help.
Mrs. Tasker voiced. her
opinions on this at her city
council meeting and per-
haps controversy over a
proposed parkway over-
shadowed her. She said she
will speak on it again.
That same evening the
council was grateful to hear
from city manager Jack
Schluckebier that Mel-
bourne now qualifies for
$1.9 million in federal fund-
ing to deal with the mort-
gage crisis within city limits.
City staff worked to iden-
tify funding after the coun-
cil was preparing to vote on
a new set of ordinances
regarding code enforce-
ment of those properties.
But many have already
fallen through the cracks of
this safety net, said Melinda
Thomas, director of the
city's housing and develop-
ment program.
Ms. Thomas -said her
office receives calls daily
from residents who want to
know when they can collect
their share of the $1.9 mil-
lion so they can keep their


homes.
"This is not a homeowner
bail-out," said Ms. Thomas.
The money, if Melbourne
receives it, will be used for
the purchase and rehabili-
tate of some 1,266 homes
the U.S. Department of
Housing and Urban Devel-
opment has targeted as
being at risk of foreclosure,
between the years of 2004
and 2006.
The HUD data is based on
rates of sub-prime lending,
and foreclosures during
those years, she said, but
precisely where those prop-
erties are now will take
some investigation by staff.
These are previously fore-
closed homes that are now
bank-owned, she said.
The money was allocated
through the state to keep
banks from failing due to
mortgage crisis.
Rampant bank failures
caused, the Great Depres-
sion, following the collapse
of the stock market in 1929.
The funds, if city staff
does everything correctly in
the .application process,
could be available in March.
Families can then qualify
to either purchase these
rehab homes or rent them if
they meet requirements
tied to the city-wide median
income of $61,300.
All of this takes time and
paperwork.
In the meantime, more
mortgages could be failing.
"The wave hasn't crested
yet," Ms. Thomas said.


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A4 Melbourne Hometown News Friday, January 9, '2009


Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
In this aerial photograph, extent of the new construction is evident. Palm Bay Road is just
past the houses in the foreground. Interstate 95 runs across the photograph at an angle
starting on the lower right-hand side.


Plazas
From page Al
The entire project is still
scheduled for a spring opening
as advertised, but all the loca-
tions will likely not fill up as
quickly as anticipated.
'"Again, that all could
change," she said.
The reasons have to do with
the slowing economy.
Stores exercise escape
clauses or modifications
owing to downturns in the
economy or changing plans,
making way for new retailers.
For her part, Fischer said
she was sad to see one of her
favorites, the fashionable
south-Florida-styled lunch-
eonette by Carrol's Restaurant
Group, Polio Tropical, pull
out.
"We were told they had
expanded too quickly," she
said.
Ms. Fischer said that differ-
ent from last year when devel-
opers were checking con-
stantly to see if their plans had
been approved, this year


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things have been very quiet.
There is no great rush to get
things done.
West Melbourne City
Councilman Andy Jones said
the slowdown overall gives
the city staff and the city
council the time to review and
tighten up their regulatory
processes for permitting
developments in the future.
"Every city deals with grow-
ing pains. Everyone is dealing
with this economy. We are
going to come out of this
stronger for it," he said.
Development is ongoing
also at the Coastal Commerce
Property located at the south-
east comer of the intersection
of Interstate 95 and U.S. 192.
The 44-acre project was to
include CarMax, Gander
Mountain, a camping equip-
ment retailer, and Rooms to
-Go, which would leave its
location further to the east on
U.S. 192 for larger accommo-
dations.
"The only anchor they have
now is Rooms to Go," said Ms.
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Melbourne's growth in the last
few years has been unprece-
dented in the city's history.
The downturn will give the
city the chance to "take a
breath" on that expansion.
The West Melbourne City
Council has become so con-
cerned at the plight of busi-
ness on U.S.192 and else-
where they are convening a
"business group" sometime
in January.
The move, started by Coun-
cilman Mike Hazlett and sup-
ported by Mayor Hal Rose
would be to seek ways to revi-
talize business in West Mel-
bourne and loosen perhaps
some of the stringent code
restrictions preventing adver-
tising and signage in the city.
"I think the code enforce-
ment (department) might be
doing the job a bit too well,"
Mr. Hazlett said on Dec. 22.
The latter is only one of the
possibilities for the group.
"I was surprised and disap-
pointed to see that Car Max
pulled out of Coastal Com-
merce and Gander Moun-
tain," said Mr. Hazlett. "If we
are going to realize all of these
dreams we have for the future
of this city, we have to protect
business."
The idea would be to com-
prise a committee of eight to
12 business leaders and have
this group provide advice to
the council on rules such as
code enforcement.
For more information, con-
tact West Melbourne City Hall
at (321)727-7700 or visit
www.westrmelbourne.org.


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CRIMELINE: (800) 423-TIPS


Police report


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

Shawn Steven Allen, 38,
of 7375 Livingstone Lane,
West Melbourne, was
charged Dec. 28 with grand
theft.
Jessica Lyn Etzel, 28, of
220 Satellite Ave., Satellite
Beach, was charged Dec. 28
with resisting arrest with
violence and trespassing on
property.
William A. Michaels, 51,
of 773 Teak Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec.
28 with sexual battery.
Edward S. Ranieri, 19, of
485 Ironwood Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec.
28 with shooting/throwing
a missile into a
dwelling/vehicle.
Bobby Lee Christian Jr.,
22, address unknown, was
charged Dec. 29 with traf-
ficking a controlled sub-
stance, possession of
cocaine with intent to sell,
possession of cocaine, pos-
session of cannabis and on-
site. violation of proba-
tion/violation of
community control.
Breanne Renee Geer, 19,
of 1228 W. Azalea Court,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 29 with battery-
domestic violence and
aggravated assault.


Michael Lee Jenkins, 31,
address unknown, was
charged Dec. 29 with bur-
glary, resisting arrest with-
out violence and on-site
violation of probation/vio-
lation of community con-
trol.
Monky Y. Peterkin, 28,
address unknown, was
charged Dec. 29 with traf-
ficking a controlled sub-
stance.
Casina Alberta White.
31, of 1383 Albert Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 29 as a habitual traffic
offender driving on a sus-
pended license.
Marchell Copeland
Baker, 21, of 825 E. Univer-
sity Blvd.) No. 16, Mel-
bourne, ,was charged Dec.
30 with sexual battery.
JamisoniScott Clark, 35,
address riiufiknown, was
charged Deck. 30 with rob-
bery. .(d
Phillip' Wayne Coombs,
20, of 2901 Albemarle St.,
Unit H-3, Melbourne, was
charged Dec.. 30 with pos-
session of cannabis with
intent to sell, possession of
more than 20 grams of
cannabis and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Kunta Kinte Grant, 31,
of 901 Cedar Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec.
30 with second-degree
murder and on-site viola-
tion of probation/violation
of community control.
Eddie Lee Phillips, 39,
address unknown, was
charged Dec. 30 with pos-
session of cocaine and pos-


session of cocaine with
intent to sell.
Brandon A. Swift, 20, of
418 Poinciana Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec.
30 with carrying a con-
cealed firearm.
Justin Brian Horan, 23,
address unknown, was
charged Dec. 31 with pos-
session of drug parapher-
nalia and possession of a
controlled substance.
Brandon Scott Johnson,
23, of 787 Orange St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec.
31 with burglary, petty theft
and possession of a con-
trolled substance.
Cynthia C.
Petithuguenin, 59, of 2406
Lorna Drive, Melbourne,
was charged Dec. 31 with
battery on a person 65 or
older.
Bryan P. O'Leary, 23,
address unknown, was
charged Jan. 1 with trespass
after warning, disorderly
intoxication, battery on a
law enforcement officer
and resisting arrest with
violence.
Steven Petty, 20, of 5444
High Pasture Way, Mel-
bourne, was charged Jan. 1
with driving under the
influence, driving while
intoxicated-damage to per-
son/property, possession of
cannabis, two counts of
possession of drug para-
phernalia and three counts
of possession of a con-
trolled substance.
JohnW. Sheard, 47, of 29
W. Seminole Ave., Unit 5-D,
Melbourne, was charged


Jan. 1 with domestic battery
by strangulation.

Brevard County
Sheriff's Office

Veronica Regina Charles,
43, of 3166 Arthur Circle,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 26 with aggravated bat-
tery.
Andrew Mitchell Powers,
47, of 2283 Canterbury Lane,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 26 with violation of
probation.
Secoya D. Purdie, 19,
address unknown, was
charged Dec. 26 with felony
criminal mischief.
Franklin Deland Twigg,
19, of 1664 Muldrew Ave.,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 27 with violation of
probation.
Angela Marie Blais, 28,
address unknown, was
charged Dec. 28 with viola-
tion of probation.
Nathfaniel Cockrell, 49,
address unknown, was
charged Dec. 29 with battery
on, a law enforcement offi-


cer, resisting arrest with vio-
lence, resisting arrest with-
out violence and not having
a driver's license.
Leon J. Martinez, 56, of
3003 Sweet Oak Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec.
29 with scheming to
defraud and obtain proper-
ty, organized fraud/misrep-
resentation and grand theft.
Kristie Lee McGraw, 30,
address unknown, was
charged Dec. 29 with pos-
session of more than 20
grams of cannabis, posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
David Michael Urezzio,
20, of 2251 Hampton
Greens Blvd., No. 101, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec.
29 with violation of proba-
tion.
Donna Marie Arruda,
41, address unknown, was
charged Dec. 30 with grand
theft, trafficking stolen
property and giving false
information to a second-
hand property dealer.
Elwood Kenneth
Beauchamp, 46, address


unknown, was charged
Dec. 30 with burglary, grand
theft and violation of
parole.
William Paul Spencer,
36, address unknown, was
charged Dec. 30 with bur-
glary and grand theft.
Christopher C.
Woodring, 23, of 1625
Seneca Road, Melbourne,
was charged Dec. 30 with
two counts of felony failure
to appear-traffic.
Andre Jamel O'Connor,
19, address unknown, was
charged Dec. 31 with felony
failure to appear.
Anthony S. Bishop, 43,
address unknown, was
charged Jan. 1 with driving
under the influence and
possession of a controlled
substance.
David Sherman
Grooms, 51, address
unknown, was charged Jan.
1 with possession of
cocaine and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Charles Walter Schieffer,
46, address unknown, was
charged Jan. 1 with aggra-
vated assault.


Treasure hunters seek fids at roadshow


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The Treasure Hunters Roadshow
arrived in Melbourne Tuesday, Jan. 6
and to host its event at Holiday Inn
Melbourne-Viera, 8298 North Wick-
ham Road.
Treasure Hunters encourages locals


to search their attics and closets for
items that may seem as if they're
.unlikely treasures.
Coins, jewelry, musical instruments
and toys made prior to 1965 are highly
sought after by collectors, especially if
they are made of gold,
Dolls, trains, swords, knives and wai
"memorabilia are also sought.


Renowned antique and collectible
experts will be on-site for consulta-
tion.
The show continues through Fri-
day, Jan. 9, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and
Saturday, Jan. 10, from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m.
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statements. Statements of fact will be checked for
accuracy.

Shame on property appraiser
Anyone who doubted what Jim Ford (Brevard County property
appraiser) was really all about now has their answer: himself.
While your friends and mine are cruising the unemployment
offices by day and settling on beanie-weanie and mac 'n cheese
by night, the Fordster is grazing on double-dip salary courtesy of
the Brevard County taxpayers. A state loophole gives him the
right to lay offwork for a month and get all his retirement goodies
ahead of schedule. Our thanks to Scott Ellis (Brevard County
clerk of courts) for pointing this stuff out. Voters, what the heck
were you thinking letting this fox back in charge of the hen
house? It's time we brought back the tar, the feathers and the
good ole' pitch cap. Maybe our elected officials will respect us
again.

Signs should mean what they say
I'm a senior citizen and I'm proud to say I learned something
the other day that I would like to pass on to others. Let it be
understood that all my long and happy life I have followed the
rules. No parking.in fire lanes, no littering, pick up after my dog,
etc.
Last week, while temporarily minding a very elderly relative,
she complained that she did not have her morning banana, so in
good spirits, I drove the block-and-a-half to my neighborhood
supermarket feeling a bit anxious about leaving her alone, but it
would only be for a very few minutes. I grabbed some bananas
and a container of milk and headed for the "10 items or less"
cashier. It was about 10 a.m., not a busy time. To my amazement,
there were three people in the line but the one being waited on, a
female, she was no lady, had 25 or 30 items and some kind of
food card that entitled her also to a container of peanut butter.
The female went back to the racks to exchange the one she had
for the right weight and, after a few minutes, returned with,
apparently still, the wrong size. By this time, the line next to me
was empty so I moved over there and was able to observe this
rude, self-centered individual more closely. The cashier told her,
yet again, that she had the wrong size and she left to get the cor-
rect one. I admit I was commiseratingwith my cashier but when
the person returned for the third time with still the wrong item,
that cashier closed her register and went to get the proper peanut
butter herself while the people behind waited... and waited.
A couple of shoppers standing nearby overheard my mum-
blings and suggested I go see the manager and, though a bit
antsy about the time factor, I felt it was a humanitarian thing to
do. The "manager" was a middle-agedladywho had all the plati-
!;tudes, no answers, but lots ofplatitudes, so when I suggested she
contact headquarters and encourage them to find a solution she
said: "I've contacted them before and was told that the 10 items
Sor less sign is merely a suggestion." Wow! The idiotic banter con-
tinued and finally I said ifit's just a suggestion why not have it also
read: "Ten items or less, we're just kidding" for courteous people
like me who obey signs.

To Why is it?
Thank you. I went through life with my (blinders) on until I
read your letter. I had never been to the South Brevard Animal
Shelter until last weekend and, boy, what an eye-opener that was.
Everything the writer said was true and I was ashamed, those
poor animals in the cold concrete cells with no blankets and
some even had no water and were (ly in their mess.
This is a county-run shelter. How are they getting away with
this? It is inhumane. Every resident should take a look and then
call their commissioners. This has to stop. Where is the money
going?Where is the care?
Editor's note: Hometown News e-mailedKathyBeatson atBre-
vard Coiunty Animal Services and Enforcement for a response but
had not received a reply at the time this issue went to press.

Let China go to Mars
To the man who wants to put men on Mars. We don't have an
infinite supply of money. We've already (sent a space mission
there) and collected data. We don't need to put men there. The
planet will not sustain life. He wants to put them on before China
and Russia. Let China and Russia spend a ridiculous amount of
money to go nowhere and not learn a whole lot more than we
already know. It makes no sense to go to a stupid dead planet.
No money for Mars
We have no money to go to Mars. To the person who wrote in
about how patriotic and wonderful it would be for the U.SA to
go to the moon and Mars: where are you from, Mars? Can't you
see what's going on with our country and our economy? The
U.SA has to fix itself before wasting even more money especial-
ly money spent on going to a big red rock in space to look at a lot


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Sen. Mel Martinez, a man of his word,


can make energy reforms happen


U.S. Sen. Mel Mar-
tinez of Florida is a
man of his word -
one of the many reasons I
was saddened to learn he
would not run for another
term for U.S. Senate.
In the closing words of
his Dec. 2 press release,
Sen. Martinez said he
would continue to do what
he thinks is best for the
people he represents. One
of the issues Sen. Martinez
has been passionate, vocal
and active about is energy.
He has relentlessly chal-
lenged members of
Congress, whether Repub-r
lican or Democrat, to set
politics aside and work as
Americans to find solu-
tions to the energy prob-
lems plaguing our nation.
I thank him for his
indefatigable diligence on
energy reform and urge
him to remain so for the
balance of his term. I am
confident that energy
policies that call for
increased domestic
production of fossil fuels


at the same time they urge
development of alternative
and renewable fuels and
encourage conservation
but resist taxation of
energy companies will
continue to be types of
policies Sen. Martinez will
support for the next two
years.
Sen.: Martinez'has stood
before Congress on more
than two occasions
attempting to advance
energy reforms for our
country.
Sen. Martinez recog-
nizes three critical points:
First, the tension of the
world's oil markets is
running high and isn't
going to relax aytime
soon; second, financing
our energy security
through increased domes-


of little red rocks that would do absolutely nothing beneficial for
fixing the future of the U.SA Use the rocket scientists to figure
out a new energy source so we would finally be free from burning
fossil fuels and being under the thumb of foreign oil supply com-
panies and put an end to the internal combustion engine that is
(more than) 100 years-old and-should be considered out-of-date,
antique and should finally be retired.

Stop stealing my fruit
I'm very shocked at what some parents will do. I take care of my
fruit trees all year long and wait for the fruit to come on them. A
man and his children came along and stole my fruit *after I
worked so hard all year long taking care of my trees. If they would
ask me, I would share with them instead of them stealing. I don't
think it's right that a father should teach his children to steal. I
thought they were about 8 and 10 years of age, a boy and a girl.
My father taught me that stealing is stealing, no matter what it is.
It's unfair to the children to learn to steal.

This is absurd
I think it absurd that the George Anthony family of Orlando has
been successful for months to almost totally eclipse and domi-
nate over the war in Iraq, our presidential elections, declining
state of the economy and more events, which involve greater
numbers of our people. Who is paying for all this? The book, the
movie, perhaps even a television series is waiting in the wings as a
great personal reward to them. I'll wait for those.
The media is partially at fault here. Does the news drive the
worthwhile news; or, does the media drive the news? The Antho-
ny case often sounds like a bunch of hype and sensationalism
that the rest of us are supposed to get stressed out over. Not I.

Don't discriminate
This is in regard to the letter about marriage and procre-
ation. Not everyone gets married to procreate. Life emerged on
earth about 3.8 billion years ago. Sex did not evolve until more
than 2 billion years later and no one was around to say what
was right or wrong. Nature just took its course and homosexual
behavior was part of it. Homosexual behavior is found in at
east 1,500 species of mammals, fish, reptiles, birds and even in
vertebrae. Some seagulls practice lesbian mating, although
heir eggs are sterile. Perhapsthat is nature's way of keeping the
population down. Therefore, homosexual behavior is normal
n nature.
There have also been letters written against gay marriage
where they bring Jesus and religion into the discussion. Our
country's Constitution states there is separation of church and
state. Gays have a constitutional right to pursue happiness.
Does anyone remember when blacks, (American) Indians and
women did not have their civil rights? Let's not go there again.


tic access to oil is vital to
our national security; and
third, Congress has been
absent on the issue of new
energy policy. Congress
needs to find non-partisan
common ground and
move forward to ensure a
better energy future for
our country. American
families are hurting for a
lack of a comprehensive
energy policy. And I'm sure
Sen. Martinez would agree
that taxing energy compa-
nies wouldn'tihelp with
any of these three points.
In 2006, Sen. Martinez
helpecA
opening ofi ,than 8
million acres the Gulf of
Mexico for domestic,
offshore drilling. It is
estimated this area
contains up to 5.8 trillion
cubic feet of natural gas
and 1.25 billion barrels of
oil. The senator ensured
this offshore drilling would
protect U.S. military
missions and the beauty of
Florida's beaches.
Sen. Martinez also


recognizes the need to
build more refineries here
at home. One of the
reasons our nation's
energy supplies are
stretched so thin is due to
a lack of refineries. Even
the foreign oil we import
needs refining when it
arrives. Refineries are a
choke point in the coun-
try's energy supply chain.
I hope you can feel Sen.
Martinez's passion for new
energy reforms. He has
said Congress needs to
adopt a comprehensive
energy policy that recog-
nizesvthe benefits of w
conservation, domestic
resources and new tech-
nologies. With him being a
man of his word, Congress
might just pass compre-
hensive energy reform
before he leaves office.

Mitch Needelman served
District 31 in the Florida
House of Representatives
from 2000-08 and is now
managing partner at
Eligere Strategies LLC.


(Gays) have a right to be as happy or as miserable as the rest of


(Gays) have a right to be as happy or as miserable as the rest of
us. Let's not discriminate against another group of people.

Ditch the UAW
After watching the news and reading the (newspaper), I have
to give kudos to one of my favorite unions, the United
Autoworkers. After the inept CEOs, who have had horrible
business practices for the last 30 years, agreed to some,
although not enough, concessions for the bail-out, the UAW,
one of the most overpaid unions in the country, would not give
up their contract signed through 2011. That was a sticking
point that stopped the bail-out that everybody said if they
don't get it, it would be all gloom and doom. Force them into
bankruptcy, break that union and restructure. Begin again with
decent management and fairly paid workers, much like the
Japanese plants are paid. (The autoworkers) probably (receive
the equivalent to) the price of a car from their outrageous ben-
efits that most in te private sector don't have.

down smelly eyesore
Please, please',ke down that horrible eyesore of a building
formerly knowfi6 the Atlantis Bank building. It is so mold-
infested that on asfrong windy day, I can smell it from my car,
even with the windows up. The city should condemn it. It has
to be a health hazard, with broken windows and mold. No one
wants to see it. (Replace it with) a community center. Tear that
old smelly building down, please.

Monitor computer use
I'd like to say something about the computers at the local
libraries. Way too often what we see is children hanging out
watching something on the Disney channel or someone
checking out the latest (unintelligible). A lot of us really can't
afford to have computers as they are now. Internet connec-
tions and bundled packages are way too expensive with the
economy being what it is. The library should monitor exactly
what those computers are being used for. Too many students
want to do research and can't for the reasons I have mentioned.
Editor's note: Brevard County responded to this rant as fol-
lows: "Brevard County Library Services does not monitor use of
any library resources, although the system does have filtering
software which prevents users from viewing objectionable
material. There are set time limits, which every computer user
must follow, but there is no setting of priority based on that
usage. It would be inappropriate for. library staff to judge
whether a child's pre-literacy activities were more or less impor-
tant than a student's research, an adult's resume or a senior citi-
zen's e-mail. Library usage increases during tough economic
times, and we do our best to provide information access to every-
one who needs it."


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Hit the green Jan. 17 to help local seniors


By Jenet Krol
Krol@hometownnewsol.com
The mission of the Buena
Vida Foundation is to help
local seniors.
The foundation, which is
the nonprofit organization
that operates out of Buena
Vida Estates, works daily
with the continuing care
community in Melbourne.
This month they will
extend their reach to seniors
of Brevard County with their
second annual golf tourna-
ment.
"The foundation's mission
is to take care of the seniors
of Brevard County," said
Blaine Barton, vice presi-
dent of Buena Vida Manage-
ment Company. "It has to
start at home."
Funds generated by the
annual golf tournament will


be donated to the Commu-
nity Services Council of Bre-
vard County, to be used for
Meals on Wheels.
"The Community Services
Council is community-
based and reaching out, so
we teamed up with them,"
said Mr. Barton.
Volunteers from the
Buena Vida Foundation and
many residents of Buena
Vida Estates donate their
time to help put.on the tour-
nament, said Mr. Barton.
Buena Vida Estates, locat-
ed in Melbourne, is a non-
profit, continuing care com-
munity, said Doreen
Bourdreau, marketing direc-
tor for Buena Vida Estates.
The purchase of a home in
Buena Vida Estates includes
long-term care at a dis-
counted rate, she said.
"All levels of care are avail-


able and residents can tran-
sition through all levels,
from living independently
to continuous care," said
Ms. Bourdreau. "It protects
their lifestyle and takes the
stress out of life."
Last year, the golf tourna-
ment raised $5,000 for the
community services coun-
cil. They hope to double
that number this year, said
Mr. Barton.
The golf tournament will
also include a silent auction.
All participants will
receive a buffet lunch and
Magique golf bag.
And for those golfers
skilled enough to hit a hole-
in-one, there is the chance
to win a 2009 Ford Mustang
Convertible or a year of
greens fees at Duran Golf
Club, said Ms. Bourdreau.
Other prizes include a


Bose Wave sound system, a
set of Nike golf clubs and a
$500 Visa gift card.
Singles, doubles, triples
and foursomes may enter
the contest and a putting
contest sponsored by Keith
Williams of USA Golf in
Suntree will start at 7:30
a.m.
Trophies and cash prizes
of $800, $600 and $400 will
be award to first-, second-
and third-places.
The golf tournament is
scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Jan.
17 at Duran Golf Club, 7032
Stadium Parkway, Viera.
Registration begins at 7
a.m.
For information, or to
pre-register, call (321) 724-
0060.
For information on the
Buena Vida Foundation,
visit www.buenavidaes-
tates.com.


High-speed car crash kills two


following a police 'short pursuit'


By David Kearns
dkearns@hometownnewsol.com

MELBOURNE Just after
11:06 p.m., on Dec. 30,
Melbourne police initiated
a short pursuit of a Nissan
traveling southbound on
N. Apollo Boulevard, but
immediately broke off the
pursuit when the driver
eluded police, according
to the department.
The white, two-door Nis-
san traveled more than a
mile down the road before
crashing into trees near
the intersection of Airport
Drive and North Apollo,
according to a report.
The report shows that
the car failed to make the
leftward curve of the road
at the time of the accident.
Exceeding the speed
limit and careless driving
are cited in the police


report as contributing fac-
tors.
Dispatch records indi-
cate the car making the
turn at N. Apollo Boule-
vard at 11:06:44 and
wrecked more than a mile
away at 11:08:42.
The crash was witnessed
by a police supervisor, Sgt.
Pete Mercaldo, who was
then parked at a red light
at Babcock Street and
North Apollo Boulevard.
The driver, Michael Kelly
Pflueger, 25, of 581
Burlington Ave. N.E. Palm
Bay, was pronounced dead
at the scene.
The passenger in the
Nissan, John D. Turley, 40,
of 420 South Harbor City
Blvd. No. 250, was trans-
ported to Holmes Regional
Medical Center where he
was also pronounced dead
by trauma room staff.
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A Melbourne police
patrol unit was following
the vehicle near the inter-
section of Sarno Road and
Ixora Drive, in the city,
according to dispatch
records.
The vehicle made the
turn at North Apollo and
was followed by the patrol
car. The officer noted the
driver did not maintain a
single lane.
The press release from
the Melbourne Police
Department states the
officer made contact with
the vehicle and attempted
to pull the car to south-
bound side of the road
between the intersections
of North Apollo Boulevard
and St. Michael Place.
But the suspect vehicle
accelerated to high speed
and a supervisor immedi-
ately called off the chase.


Melbourne police follow
a "no pursuit" policy for
apprehending fleeing
vehicles for minor infrac-
tions.
Police Cmdr. Ron Bell
said the officer followed
instructions and made the.
U-turn at St. Michael's
Place and Apollo Boule-
vard in front of the police
station.
Cmdr. Bell said an
uneven roadway, com-
bined with the high speed
of the car contributed to
the deadly results.
Officers from Melbourne
Police Department's Traf-
fic Homicide Investigation
Unit closed the south-
bound lane of N. Apollo
Boulevard for three hours
to conduct laser mapping
of the accident scene,
.according to the press
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Goals
From page Al
Heath & Fitness Center is
one of four locations
throughout Brevard County,
including Palm Bay, Mel-
bourne and Viera, all of
which are Health First-affili-
ated facilities.
Completed in September,
the Viera location is the com-
pany's newest facility, which
features 68,000 square feet of
pardio equipment and free
weights and offers a variety of
group exercise classes.


Both the Viera and Merritt
Island locations offer full
basketball courts and a lap
pool, as well as a therapy
pool for water aerobics
classes and swimming les-
sons.
All locations except the
facility in Palm Bay also fea-
ture a jogging track and rac-
quetball courts, while each
facility offers a Kids Fit day-
care program.
This month, Pro Health
started what it calls its Pro
Fit program.
For $255, participants
come in every week for four


months and meet with a
nutritionist to learn about
weight management and an
exercise specialist to learn
exercise guidelines and
activities that work best for
each individual.
"The program also fea-
tures a diet analysis and
exercises that can be done
on their own or in a group,"
Ms. Buthker said. "It's very
individualized. Everybody
loses inches and weight."
If time isn't on your side
when it comes to exercising,
The Ten-Minute Gym in
Melbourne might be a better
fit.
The 6,000-square-foot
facility on North Wickham
Road has been around since
1991, but the gym took on a
different theme earlier this
year.
A full service co-ed facility,
The Ten-Minute Gym fea-
tures cardio and strength
machines, free weights and
group fitness classes, but
also features training con-
cepts that can be performed
in less than 10 minutes, said
Grant Trobaugh, co-owner
of The Ten-Minute Gym,
Firstly, the facility offers
circuit training, which is a
type of interval training per-
formed in a short period of
time that results in benefits
of both a cardiovascular and
strength-training workout.
Another training concept
is the facility's Range of
Motion machines. They
require only four minutes to
complete an upper-body
workout and four minutes to
complete a lower-body
workout.
Add a couple of minutes of


rest in between, and in only
10 minutes every other day,
the ROM machines provide
effective and efficient short
duration workout routines,
Mr. Trobaugh said.
"Especially during the
New Year, historically, we see
people who have short-term
goals usually driven by vani-
ty," Mr. Trobaugh said.
"Their goal should not be
just to lose a few pounds, it
should be to live a healthier
lifestyle. Here, you don't
need to dedicate all the long
hours and you can just focus
on being healthy."
Our Club Health & Fitness
Center in Indian Harbour
Beach has been a part of the
beachside community since
1993.
As a nonprofit organiza-
tion, the club is run by 'a
manager and other staff
members and led by a board
of directors. Membership
fees, which remain at $35 a
month, are used for new
equipment and upkeep of
the gym.
Our Club features a cardio,
strength, Nautilus and free
weights area, childcare cen-
ter, an Olympic-sized lap
pool and is the only fitness
center on the beach to have
a hot tub, sauna and steam
room.
The gym offers more than
80 group exercise classes a.
week, including Boot Camp,
Zumba, Body Sculpting,
Step Interval and War &
Peace, which combines
high-intensity drills with
yoga positioning.
Nancy Snipes, bookkeeper
for the club, said that while
there is always an increase in


membership in January,
most usually make it to
about late March before call-
ing it quits.
"It's that idea of too much,
too soon," Ms. Snipes said.
"But if they stay awhile, they
can realize that our facility is
very close-knit and welcom-
ing. It's a social thing as well
as a way to get healthy."
Members also have the
opportunity to hire one the
club's independently con-
tracted personal trainers to
help with weight manage-
ment and developing a per-
sonalized exercise plan.
Sunbay Fitness, which has
locations in both Viera and
West Melbourne, also offers
personal training programs,
which cover areas of dieting,
exercise and consulting.
"We have a client who lost
55 pounds since August,"
said Adam Dickenson, per-
sonal trainer and fitness
manager of the West Mel-
bourne location. "It can be a
very emotional thing. We like
to cover all elements, of indi-
vidualized training."
The West Melbourne loca-
tion has been around for 16
years, but was changed to
Sunbay Fitness only recently.
Sunbay offers cardio,.free
weight and stretching areas,
as well as a sauna, massage
area, ping pong room and
childcare services.
Group exercise classes
include cycling, yoga, Pilates
and classes specifically
designed for children and
seniors.
But perhaps the thing that
separates Sunbay from other
fitness centers is the fact that
it is open 24 hours a day.


"People can work to
achieve their goals on' their
own schedules," Mr. Dicken-
son said. "We're all about our
clients. Our staff at the front
desk will call you by your
first name, and there are
always personal trainers on-
site to answer your ques-
tions."
In January, the facility is
offering free enrollment for
new members when they
sign up for a one-year mem-
bership. The membership fee
is $39 month-to-month or
$36 a month with a one-year
contract.
Sunbay stresses the idea of
making its clients feel com-
fortable when they walk in
the door.
"Especially our newcom-
ers," Mr. Dickinson said.
"Going to a gym can be very
intimidating for some peo-
ple. We will calm your fears
and explain all of the
machines to you, so that you
can feel comfortable reach-
ing your goals."
For information about Pro
Health & Fitness Center, visit
www. health-first.org/hospi-
tals_services/pro_health. cfin.
For information about The
Ten-Minute Gym, call (321)
242-5940 or visit
www. thetenminutegym.com.
For information about Our
Club Health & Fitness Center,
call (321) 773-4425 or visit
www.ourclubfitness.com.
For information about
Sunbay Fitness, call the Viera
location at (321) 635-8355 or
the West Melbourne location
at (321) 676-4073.


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From page Al
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Melbourne's growth, said
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Not only that, but devel-
opment projects have
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not West Melbourne's fault
but a fact that -somebody
has to deal with," she said.
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When the stress level
gets too high at a local
college campus, students
and faculty alike turn to
the comfort of one friend-
ly and furry -friend.
A 6-year-old yellow
Labrador retriever, Kat
serves as a facility dog on
the Palm Bay campus of
Brevard Community Col-
lege.
"Due to budget con-
strains, we do not have an
on-campus psychologist
at BCC," said Lynn Dallas,
disability services spe-
cialist at the college's
Palm Bay campus. "Kat is
our next best thing.'She's
our little four-legged
therapist."
Kat visits with as many
as 90 students a day
inside the Office for Stu-
dents with Disabilities.
During exams or peri-
ods of high stress, the stu-
dents, who have a wide
range of emotional, men-
tal and physical disabili-
ties, can take a break and
spend some time visiting
with Kat.
"We've had students
who had to leave class
because of a manic
episode or who had, a
tragedy occur in their
family," Ms. Dallas said.
"After about a half-hour of
petting Kat, they were
able to calm down and
face the issue at hand."
While her main purpose
is stress relief for students
with disabilities, Kat has
helped so many more in
the past four years.
"After the hurricanes of
2004, we had an instruc-
tor just come in here and
spend an hour with Kat,"
Ms. Dallas said. "She real-
ly helped to lift his spirits.
He had lost almost every-
thing."
But one of Kat's favorite
things to do each day is
greet all of her friends on
campus on the way to get
the mail, which she, of
course, likes to carry in
her mouth.
"No one has any idea
who I am, but they know
Kat," Ms. Dallas joked.
"We can't move on until
she says hi to everybody.
It takes me 45 minutes to
get the mail."
A Palm Bay resident,
Ms. Dallas began, her
tenure at the college in
1990, serving as a math
tutor.
In 1995, she was hired
as the disability services
specialist in the Office for
Students with Disabilities.
A few years later, Ms. Dal-
las got word that a fellow
disability services spe-
cialist was working to
bring a facility dog to the
college's Cocoa campus,
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request on her first
attempt, Ms. Dallas gath-
ered more information
and tried again.
"The biggest problem
they had was that the dog
would bite a student," Ms.
Dallas said. "Each dog in
the canine companions
program has a $1 million
insurance policy. I told
them that there was a bet-
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them than the dog."
Ms. Dallas' idea eventu-
ally gained the support of
the college's administra-
tion, but was put on the
backburner after Sept. 11
hit.
In May 2004, Ms. Dallas
got approval to move
ahead with the program
and sent out the neces-
sary applications to the
Canine Companions for
Independence Training
organization in Orlando.
When the companion
dogs reach approximately
15 months in age, they
each must complete a six-
to nine-month training
course that enables them
to be a personal service
dog, skilled companion
dog, hearing dog or facili-
ty dog.
During her visit, Ms.
Dallas adopted Kat, her
assigned facility dog, and
completed a two-week
training session, where
she learned commands
and the individual tech-


niques her dog was
trained in.
One of these techniques
is Kat's uncanny ability to
sense when people are
stressed.
During a faculty meet-
ing a few years ago, Kat
greeted everyone, but
kept going back to one
instructor and nuzzling
her nose on her lap.
When Ms. Dallas point-
ed out the fact that Kat
could sense a person's
stress level, the instructor
broke down and said that
she was under a lot of
stress because one of her
family members had
recently died.
"She's an amazing dog,"
Ms. Dallas said. "Not
many people get the
chance to bring their best
friend with them to work.
People just love her, and
she does her best to com-
fort and console them."
Ms. Dallas and her four-
legged friend were recog-
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the state of Florida at the
59th annual Florida Asso-
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Colleges Convention in
Orlando Nov. 20.
The team beat six other
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the state to win the 2008
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"We are very proud of Ms.
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Kat; they make a great team,"
said Stephanie Lubno, FACC
president for Brevard Commu-
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helping students with different
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other schools to emulate."
When the team is not on
campus, they can be found at
one of the local dog parks, vis-
iting with friends, or going for
walks around the block.
"She loves people," Ms. Dal-
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of people in a while she starts
to get really antsy. She needs
them as much as they need
her."
For information about
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Brevard Community College researches historic black schools


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black schools
By Jenet Krol
Krol@hometownnewsol.com
During the years of segre-
gation, Brevard County was
home to eight black schools.
In 1968, when all schools
in the county were officially
integrated, much of the
records of those eight
schools were lost 'or
destroyed.


Today, what remains is
proudly displayed at the
three campuses of Brevard
Community College.
The displays include old
newspaper articles, trophies
from past athletic achieve-
ments, band instruments,
copies of diplomas and class
photographs.
To preserve that history
with a written record, mem-
bers of the Brevard Commu-
nity College Legacy Project
meet monthly for the coun-
tywide initiative to collect as
much information on the
schools as possible.
Rosemary McGill, multi-


cultural/legacy specialist at
BCC, started the project in
2004, after attending a
reunion at Monroe High
School with classmate Joe
Lee Smith, college ambassa-
dor for Brevard Community
College.
"We shared our experi-
ences and accomplishments
and realized, when some-
one died, their stories died
too," she said. "It evolved
into the legacy project after
that."
Finding information has
been like a treasure hunt,
said Mrs. McGill, as there is
no real legal paper trail of
the eight schools.
"I've had to dig. There is


nothing in the school
board's records that we were
ever there. And a fire at the
school board destroyed a
lot," she said.
The eight black schools
include The Titusville Negro
School, Cocoa Elementary
School, Melbourne Voca-
tional School, Gibson High
School in Titusville, Cocoa
Jr. High School, Stone High
School in Melbourne, Mon-
roe High School in Cocoa
and Carver Jr. College.
The schools served the
area from the 1920s to 1968.
"Despite a poor system for
black students, we became
doctors and politicians and
civil rights activists. Great


things came out of these lit-
tle schools that no one
knows about," said Mrs.
McGill.
As well as preserving this
history, Mrs. McGill hopes
the project, which will even-
tually be published in a
book, will be a learning tool
for the next generation.
"This new generation is
hungry for information.
They are as clueless about
segregation as my genera-
tion was about slavery. But,
that's what diversity does.
This generation wants to
know about history."
Leroy Darby, campus dean
and executive director of the
Moore Multicultural Center


at the Cocoa campus, said
this project would be a
bridge between the historical
facts of pre- and post-segre-
gation.
Mr. Darby, whose parents
attended Monroe High
School, said he is happy the
contributions of the eight
black schools will not be for-
gotten.
"We're doing something
very unique here, in inviting
the community to recognize
the achievements and strug-
gles of the students, faculty
and staff of these schools."
For information, or to con-
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When something is amiss
in your own backyard, it's easy
to spot.
With this in mind, the U.S.
Coast Guard Auxiliary
encourages anyone who has
frequent contact with area
waterways to keep an extra
eye out for any suspicious
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"S-6 will allow additional
power available for research
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In addition to the solar
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equipped with a radiator
that will keep heat away
from electrical components
by .pumping ammonia
coolant to di-sipate the


heat.
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fuel cell batteries had to be
replaced, said Mr. Ashley.
The old cells are sent to
the ISS power laboratory
testing facility in Houston,
to Japan for tests with their
H-2 transfer vehicle and
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quently eats at restaurant in
the marina.
"People are not suspicious;
behavior is suspicious. If
someone is under a bridge
taking pictures, it could be
innocent, but they could be
planning an attack. If you
have a funny feeling, go ahead
and make a phone call," said
Mr. Turner.
Suspicious activities
include someone sketching or
photographing waterfront
installations, boats loitering
near bridges, dams or locks,
unusual videotaping, or
dumping liquids near a reser-
voir.
If something appears out of
the ordinary, concerned citi-
zens can call the USCG Auxil-
iary's hotline, toll-free at 1-
877-249-2824.
Gil Stienfort, vice com-
mander of the USCG Auxiliary
Flotilla 46, which patrols from
State Road 528 to the Pineda
Causeway, said if a boater
calls in something suspicious
they would respond.
"We want the general pub-
lic anyone fishing, water ski-
ing, boating, driving across a
bridge or eating lunch in a
marina to take notice of their
surroundings. If they spot
something weird, just call the
1-800 number."
The members of the USCG
Auxiliary Flotilla 46 educate
the public about the water-
way watch program by dis-
tributing pamphlets, and by
informing students in their
safe boating courses.
"The safe boating courses
are a very effective one-on-
one education experience
about the program," he said.
For information on the
waterway watch program,
visit the Web site at
www.americaswaterway-
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tales

L ike most of you, I have
my own criteria for what
akes a good movie.
Despite the fact that some of
the best movies ever made
contain violence, drama,
suspense and horror, my
personal favorites are the
feel-good films, especially
comedies. To me, there is
nothing better than a laugh-
out-loud story, with tug-at-
the-heartstrings moments
that well up the tear ducts
enough to cause a tear or
more to roll down the
cheeks.
"Marley and Me" is such a
story. Starring OwenWilson
and Jennifer Aniston, the tale
of two married reporters who
adopt a dog before having
children is perfect for the
entire family, tickling the ribs
with innumerable moments
oflaughter at the antics of
Marley, the blond Labrador
retriever. Marley is named for
Bob Marley, renowned
reggae musician.
Having rescued and ,
adopted a few dogs myself, I
laughed heartily at the
moments only a dog owner
would appreciate. My
favorite was the scene where
Marley is pushing his head
out of the car window while
his owner (John Grogan,
played by Mr. Wilson) holds
on for dear life as his wife
(Jenny, played by Ms.
Aniston) is driving. Marley
succeeds in getting com-
pletely out of the window
while his "man master"
succeeds in holding on to his
back legs, with Marley doing
a "wheelbarrow" down the
street.
The scene where Marley
tears apart the garage,
including eating the drywall,
reminded me of the Lhasa
Apso my husband bought
me when we were newly
married. Being young and
still attracted to cutesy dog
names, we named him
Snuffy. We had moved to an
apartment in Reston, Va.,
which, we thought, was
perfectly designed for dog
ownership it had a kitchen
with a linoleum floor, a
sliding glass door to the patio
and louvered door to the rest
of the apartment.
When we returned from
dinner one night, Snuffy

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Jersey Qid Deli offers authentic hoagies
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By Jenet Krol
Krol@hometownnewsol.com
MELBOURNE Don't
order a sub sandwich when
you go to Jersey Girl Deli.
If you want to do it right,
order a hoagie.
"You won't find any subs
on our menu," said
Francine Courtney, owner
and South Jersey native.
What you will find are a
variety of hoagies, hot and
cold sandwiches, home-
made soups and eight
different types of Philly
Cheese Steaks.
"Everyone has a different
idea of how a Philly Cheese
Steak should be," said Ms.
Courtney. "That's why we
have so many on our
menu."
For example, "The Boss,"
named after Bruce Sprin-
steen, and also Ms. Court-
ney's favorite, includes
steak, Provolone cheese,
mushrooms and onions.
The "What Exit," made
with steak, American
cheese, onions, shredded
lettuce, tomato, onion, oil
and vinegar and Italian
seasonings, practically
melts in your mouth.
"Three things make up a
good Philly Cheese Steak,"
said Roger Ballister, chef
and Jersey-shore native.
"Good meat, in our case, rib
steak, good cheese and
good rolls."
Unable to find the type of
bread they desired, Ms.
Courtney and Mr. Ballister
make their own homemade
rolls everyday. ,
"We couldn't find anyone


Staff photo by Jenet Krol
Roger Ballister, a chef at Jersey Girl Deli in Melbourne, prepares the rib steak for a
Philly Cheese Steak.


to make the kind of hard roll
we wanted. We need our
bread to be denser to soak
up the oil and vinegar," said
Ms. Courtney.
Oil and vinegar on
sandwiches, and no
mayonnaise, is one of the
trademarks of Jersey Girl
Deli, said Ms. Courtney.
"We'll put mayo on a
sandwich, but we'll have to
tease you first."
Almost 75 percent of the
customers at Jersey Girl Deli
come from the northeast,
either the
Philadelphia/New Jersey
area or NewYork, said Ms.
Courtney.
'"A lot of our sandwiches


are inspired by our cus-
tomers," she said. "We feel
our customers are a real
part of the place."
The small restaurant,
with one table, and a very
busy take-out window, has
been decorated by contri-
butions from customers,
such as an Eagles wall clock
and Phillies jerseys.
No Jersey-style lunch
would be complete without
a "Water-Ice" to finish the
meal. The treat, which
comes in flavors such as
cherry, pineapple, lemon,
blueberry and coconut, is
somewhere between an
Italian ice and sorbet, and is
utterly refreshing and


delicious.
Ms. Courtney says her
customers from up North
were super excited when
she began serving it,
because it cannot be found
in grocery stores in Florida.
"We know they're from
Jersey if they're excited
'about-Water Ice. It's one of
the best things in the whole
world."
Jersey Girl Deli is located
at 2600 Aurora Road, Unit
H, Melbourne, between
Wickham and Croton Roads
in the Aurora Storage
Center.
For information, visit
www.jerseygirldeli.com or
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FRIDAY, JAN.9
Friday fest: takes place 6-
10 p.m. in historic downtown
Melbourne on East New Haven
Avenue. The John Quinlivan
Band will perform.
Henegar Center for the
Arts, 625 East New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne, will present Noel
Coward's "Private Lives," Jan. 9-
25, with performances Friday
and Saturday at 8 p.m., and
Sunday at 2 p.m. Call (321)
723-8698 or visit ww.herie-
gar.org.

UPCOMING EVENTS
Auditions: for "A Streetcar
Named Desire" by Tennessee
Williams, Monday, Jan. 12, and
Tuesday, Jan. 13, at 7 p.m. Roles
available for six males and six
females. Show runs Feb. 27 to
Mar. 15 at Henegar Center for
the Arts, 625 East New Haven
Ave., Melbourne. Call (321)


723-8698 for information.

GALLERIES & MUSEUMS

Art and Antique Studio:
1419 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday, 8:30
p.m. first Friday of the month,
and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Satur-
days. Call (321) 253-5553.
Art Gallery and Studio:
602 E. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Saturday. Call
(321) 720-7532.
Brevard Art Museum:
1463 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday through Saturday, 10
a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday and 1-5
p.m. Sunday. Call (321) 242-
0737 or visit www.brevardart-
museum.org.
Brevard Museum of Histo-
ry and Science: 2201 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., Mel-
bourne. Open Monday
through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6
p.m. Call (321) 729-8800 or
visit www.cuba
galleryflorida.com.
Downstairs Gallery: 909 E.
New Haven Ave., Melbourne.
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.
Foreman Art Glass Design
Studio: 2415 Harbor City Blvd.,
Melbourne. Open 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday through Saturday..
Call (321) 725-7005 or visit


www.foremanartglass.com.
Funky Junky Gallery:. 1372
Highland Ave., Melbourne.
Open Monday through Satur-
day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call
(321) 242-2222.
Greenwood Gallery: 1520
Garden St., Titusville. Open 10
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday
through Friday and 10 a.m. to 1
p.m. 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.handsabovellccom.
Hooper Gallery: 909 East
New Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Saturday. Call (321)
890-3978 or visit www.jery-
hooper.com.
IMAGO Arts Gallery: 701 E
New Haven Ave., upstairs, Mel-
bourne. Call (321) 953-5321 ot
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STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 01-09-2009


Aries March 21-April 19
Count your blessings. This is a
New Year. The past one has
given both challenges and
blessings. This year will be bet-
ter with the rewards outweigh-
ing the challenges. Make an
accounting on a regular basis
about how much good is com-
ing your way and you will
increase the odds of success
and put them in your favor.

Taurus April 20-May 20
Making wise decisions based
on your instincts will keep you
focused on the main issues
that need to be addressed. You
are at yqur best when you fol-
low your heart not the head.
Stay firm in your basic beliefs.
Others around you may not
always agree, but they will
respect you for your firm
resolve. Just be flexible when
needed.

Gemini May 21-June 21
You are a creative free spirit.
Use your powerful gift of com-
municating when life gets
sticky or begins to slow down.
Be sure to make quality time
for yourself each week and
keep your mental batteries
charged. The beginning of the
year is no time to start feeling
burned out Strong concentra-
tion on your main objectives
will bring positive results.

Cancer June 22-July 22
This will be a good year for you.
You 4are. more relaxed, your
mind is clear, your heart is
open and your visions are
;strong. This balanced life will
help you expand your goals
and help them grow earlier
than usual. It's good to see you
taking better care of yourself.
You are well known for taking
care of everyone else first This
is a nice change. Good job.

Leo July 23-Aug.22
You have the power of positive
influence like few others. Why?
Because of your fiery nature.
You get a good idea and you
put it into action. Two thou-
sand nine will be a year of con-
tinued action and many new
adventures. Your good nature
and encouragement is a large
part of your success. It's part of
your natural leadership. Enjoy
the rewards. There will be
many.

Virgo Aug. 23-Sept. 22
You have done a lot of healing,
changing and growing the past
year. The key to success is to
get a second wind when you
begin to tire and use it to help
you finish your projects in a
timely manner. Your desire and
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visions are focused and strong.
Stay on this edge and your life
wil be so magical that it will
surprise even you.

Libra Sept.23-Odct22
You have created many new
exciting changes in life. Your
spirit is strong and your attitude
is positive. Keep your life tools
honed and sharp. The main
one is balance. You are our
leader in this area. You have the
patience, faith and trust in spirit
Stay focused on your passions


and get ready for an exciting
ride all year.
Scorpio OcL 23-Nov. 21
Your self-confidence is growing.
You worry less. You live a day at
a time. You are happier. Why?
Because you continue to
release the past and plan for
the future. You are creating your
own reality. You are a player in
the game of life, not a spectator.
The greatest is your open heart
to receive and give love. In the
game of life you are a winner.

Sagittarius Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Where do you get all the ener-
gy? You amaze your friends.


You have a never-ending sup-
ply of determination. You know
what you want You usually get
what you desire. The key for
stamina is to pace yourself.
Make a list of your top priorities
every day, and take care of the
most important ones first This
is the formula of champions.

Capricom Dec. 22-Jan. 19
You have a rare universal bless-
ing. The sun, Mars, Jupiter and
Pluto are all in Capricorn right
now. This gives you a highly-
focused mirror into your own
inner universe. The greatest
thing you could do would be to
meditate every day and listen


closely to this rare guidance.
Then, take action to create a
great reality in the days and
months ahead.

Aquarius Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Few can keep up with you at
the beginning of the year.
Your sign is coming up next.
The anticipation and joy of
achievement is the fuel that
fires your soul. The timing is
perfect to launch your new
projects. With Venus and Nep-
tune in Aquarius the next two
months will be very produc-
tive. Your hard work has paid
off. Nothing can stop you
now.


Pisces Feb. 19-March 20
With Venus and Uranus in
Pisces it is time to show grati-
tude every day. Say this out
loud every day. "I am continu-
ally fed by the unlimited good
in the universe. I am thankful
for my many friends who
bring me great joy and love. I
see good in everyone I meet. I
am thankful when they see it
in me. My heart is filled to
overflowing. Thank you, uni-
verse."

Star visions
James Tucker can help bring
renewed hope in these chal-


lenging times. A personalized
astrology chart, a private read-
ing, an exciting home or office
party or an inspiring group talk
are just a few of the services he
provides. Call (772) 334-9487
or e-mail jtuckxyz@aol.com for
details and prices.
I will be doing readings at the
South Florida Fair in West Palm
Beach from Jan. 16-Feb. 1 In
Exhibit Hall 9. Would love to see
you there. It's a lot of fun.
Remember to sign up at
www.personalspiritguide.com
to receive your free weekly
inspirational message.
Have a starry week everyone.
James Tucker


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greeted us at the door. We
were surprised. How had
Snuffy opened the louvered
door?
. The answer soon became
apparent. As we entered the
living room, we saw that the
dog had chewed through the
louvers, splaying several on
the carpet and vomiting the
rest in a trail from the kitchen
to the hallway.
Oh, I forgot to tell you. This
was also the phase my
husband was going through
when he thought we could
train the dog with psychologi-
cal behavior methods. His
source of research was a book
called "Good Dog, Bad Dog."
So, of course, the first thing he
said to the dog when we saw
the mess was, "Bad dog, bad
dog."
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for many dogs, but I found,
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practice.
Dog training classes and a
no-nonsense, I am in charge
attitude have served me
better.
Everyone who has ever
owned a dog, cat or other pet
has their own stories to tell,
both funny and sad. But one
thing we can all agree on:
there is nothing like owning a
pet. Their love and loyalty are
unconditional.
Explore Brevard for pets
that need a home.
Contact the following to
adopt a pet, or check out the
calendar each week for an
adoption event.
According to www.adop-
tapet.com, Brevard County
has 42 shelters. Here are a
few:
Brevard County South
Animal Care Center, (321)
253-6608
A New Leash on Life, (321)
751-2338
Coastal Poodle Rescue,
(321)459-2652
Humane Society of South
Brevard, (321) 259-0601
South Brevard German
Shepherd Rescue, (321) 724-
8873
Ziggy Beagle Rescue, (321)
723-7671
Schnauzer Love Rescue,
(321) 452-7512
Central Brevard Humane
Society, (321) 636-3343
Brevard County Animal
Services and Enforcement-
North Animal Care Center,
(321) 264-5119


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Kennedy 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.
LoPressionism Gallery:
1010-B E New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Monday through Thursday, 11
a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Satur-*
day and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday.
Call (321) 722-6000 or visit
www.lopressionism.com.
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 Cen-
ter: 2373 Oak St., Melbourne
Beach. Open Saturday, 11 a.m. to
3 p.m. Call (321) 676-0660.
Rossetter House Historical
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.
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.m. 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.m. Saturday. Call
(321) 433-3332.
Sundancer Gallery: 6 Florida


Ave., Cocoa Village. Open 10 a.m.
to 6 p.m. Monday through Satur-
day, 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.m. Saturday. Call (321) 268-
0122.
Two Feathers Gallery: 833 E.,
New Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Saturday. Call (321) 733-
1227.
Valiant Air Command War-
bird Museum: Space Coast
Regional Airport, 6600 Tico Road,
Trtusville. Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
every day. Call (321) 268-1941 or
visit www.vacwarbirds.org.
Ventana al Mundo: 210 Bre-
vard Ave., Cocoa Village. Open 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through
Thursday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday
and Saturday, and noon to 4 p.m.
Sunday. Call (321) 633-5151.


Waterfire Studio & Gallery:
1875-C South Patrick Drive, Indi-
an 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.

THEATERS
Cocoa Village Playhouse:
300 Brevard Ave., Cocoa. Call
(321) 636-5050.
Melbourne Civic Theatre:
Located at 817 E. Strawbridge
Ave., Melbourne. Call (321) 723-
6935.
Surfside Playhouse: Locat-
ed at 390 Ramp Road, Cocoa
Beach. Call (321) 783-3013.
The Theatre Company: Not
affiliated with but performs at
Brevard Community College,
250 Community College Park-
way, Palm Bay. Call (321) 723-
3056 or visit www.theatreco.org.


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Brevard Symphony
Orchestra will host the fol-
lowing events:
Friday, Jan. 9: 6 p.m.
Vivace Society will sit on
stage with the musicians
during a dress rehearsal at
the Maxwell C. KingCenter
for the Performing .Arts,
3835 North Wickham Road,


Melbourne. No cost for
members, $5 for guests. Call
(321) 242-2024 for informa-
tion.
Saturday, Jan. 10: 2 p.m.,
and 8 p.m. Subscription
Concert Spanning the
Globe, at the Maxwell C.
King Center for the Per-
forming Arts, 3835 North
Wickham Road, Melbourne.
Tickets are $25-35 for mati-


nee and $34-45 for evening
performance. Call (321) 242-
2210 for information.
Saturday, Jan. 24: 6 p.m.
"A Symphony for the Palate"
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Sponsorships are available.
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al Center, 3459 Lake Drive,
Cocoa. Registration for new
members at 6:30 p.m. (321)
773-4596 or visit www.bre-
varddemocrats.org.
Brevard Doll Collectors:
Third Sunday, 2 p.m. Hibiscus
Court Building, 540 Hibiscus
Blvd., Melbourne. (321) 724-
4049.
Brevard Now: Fourth
Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. 192 Grill,
1212 E. Strawbridge Ave., Mel-
bourne. (321) 727-3636.
Brevard Watercolor Soci-
ety: Second Saturday, 1 p.m.
Satellite Beach Civic Center,
565 Cassia Blvd., Satellite
Beach. (321) 255-1002 or visit
www.brevard watercolors.org.
Camera Club of Brevard:
First Wednesday, 11:30 a.m.
Melbourne Public Library, 540
Fee Ave., Melbourne. (321)
-723-7787 or visit www.ccbre-
vard.com.
Citizens for Constitution-
al Property Rights: Third
Monday, 6:30 p.m. Locations
vary. (321) 453-4729.
Citizens for Florida's
Waterways: Fourth Wednes-
day, 6:30 p.m. Locations
vary. (321) 449-0827.
Harbor City Harmoniz-
ers: Each Tuesday, 7:15 p.m.
Trailer Haven Community
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Datura Drive, Indian Har-
bour Beach. (321) 255-2000
or visit www.indialanticro-
tary.org.
International Associa-
tion of Administrative Pro-
fessionals: Melbourne
Chapter, first Tuesday, 5:30
p.m. Hilton Rialto, Rialto
Place, Melbourne. (321) 639-
1780.
Italian Language Club:
Each Thursday, September
to May, 6 p.m. Community
Room, Melbourne Square
Mall, Melbourne. Beginner's
,class offered. (321) 768-7869.
Jewish War Veterans:
Post 639, second Sunday,
September to June, 9:30 a.m.
Call for location. (321) 433-
3025.
Knights of Columbus:
Bishop Verot council No.
5845, first and third Tuesday,
7:30 p.m. Holy Name of Jesus
Catholic Church, 30.50 N.
Highway A1A, Indialantic.
(321) 727-1937.
Laureate Epsilon Iota:
Chapter of Beta Sigma
Sorority. Second Monday,
7:30 p.m. Call (321) 723-2250
for location.
Libertarian Party: Third
Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. Kay's Bar-
becue, 1552 W. King St.,
Cocoa. (321) 722-1181.
Lion's Club: Melbourne
Beach/Indialantic chapter.
Second and fourth Monday,
7 p.m. Melbourne Beach
Public Library, 324 Ocean
Ave., Melbourne Beach.
(321) 724-0539.
Lion's Club: Satellite
Beach chapter. First and
third Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.
Memaw's Bar-B-Que, 600 E.
Eau Gallie Blvd., Indian Har-
bour Beach. (321) 773-8664.
Melbourne Beach
Rotary Club: Each Tuesday,
7:30 a.m. Melbourne Beach
Town Hall, Community
Room,. 507 Ocean Ave., Mel-
bourne Beach.
Moms Club: for stay-at-
home moms. Fourth Tues-
day, 9 a.m. Satellite Beach
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In one area of Brevard
County, a group of school
children will get up close
and personal with a Florida
panther. In another, a first-
time birder will learn how to
attract and photograph
wildlife in his own backyard.
Cameras in tow, a couple
from Germany will kayak
through the Thousand
Islands on an hour-long
nature tour.
These activities are just a
few of the many opportuni-
ties available to guests of the
Space Coast Birding &
Wildlife Festival Jan. 21-26.
Now in its 12th year, the
annual festival, hosted by
the Brevard Nature Alliance,
has been known to attract
more than 4,000 people
from throughout the world
in previous years.
"We've seen folks from
England, Germany, Japan,
Mexico, Canada and all over
the United States," said Neta
Harris, executive director of
Brevard Nature Alliance. "In
2008, we brought in people
from 35 different states. This
festival has grown to
become a premier event for
the U.S."
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six-day'6erit will occur at
the BreVd Community
College 'Vitusville campus,
guests will be sent to the
Merritt Island Wildlife
Refuge and the Enchanted
Forest for various field trips,
tours and workshops.
With more than 300 pro-
grams for guests to choose
from, the Space Coast Bird-
ing & Wildlife Festival is
ideal for families, birders,
wildlife enthusiasts, photog-
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Workday: for South
Lake Conservation Area. 9
a.m. to noon. Directions: At
Garden Street exit from I-
95, go west on Garden
Street. Turn right at stop
sign at Carpenter Road.
Turn left at stop sign at
Dairy Road. After road
curves to the north, turn
right onto Lancaster Lane.
Follow to Enchanted Forest
Sanctuary. (321) 264-5185.
American Girl club: 10
a.m. Barnes & Noble, 1955
West New Haven Ave., West
Melbourne. (321) 726-8817.
Adopt a pet: 11 a.m. to 2
p.m. The Sunflower House,
Merritt Square Mall, 777
East Merritt Island Cause-
way, Merritt Island. Call
(321) 636-3343 or visit
www. crittersavers. com.
Guided hike: Noon. Bar-


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rier Island Center, 8385
South A1A, Melbourne.
(321) 723-3556.
Antique appraisal fair:
1-4 p.m. St. Katherine Greek
Orthodox Church, 5965
North Wickham Road, Mel-
bourne. (321) 254-1045.
Ballroom and Latin
dancing: for singles and
couples of all levels. Mel-
bourne Ballroom, 830
North Wickham Road, Mel-
bourne. (321) 255-1537.
Cost is $10 per person.
Square dance: 8-10 p.m.
Satellite Beach Civic Cen-
ter, 565 Cassia Blvd., Satel-
lite Beach. Cost is $5.(321)
254-6416.

SUNDAY, JAN. 11
Jazz quintet: free con-
cert. 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Space Coast Frontenac Flea
Market, 5605 North U.S. 1,
Port St. John. Call (321)
636-3343 or visit www.crit-
tersavers.com. ,

MONDAY, JAN. 12

Embroiderers' Guild:
9:30 a.m. Front Street Civic
Center, Melbourne. (321)
591-0097.
MOPS meeting: Indian
River City United Methodist
Church, 1355 Highway 50,
Titusville. (321) 383-8293.


BCC offers learning
opportunities

Opportunities for
Import/Export Business
workshop will be presented
Thursday, Jan. 15, from noon
to 2 p.m. at Brevard Com-
munity College, Melbourne
Campus, Parrish Student
Center, Room 122, 3865
North Wickham Road.
i *;Registration iSieequired for
this event." Call (321) 433-
5570 or e-mail
pfrimmers@brevardcc.edu.
The college's fire science
technology program has
moved to the BCC Mel-
bourne campus, academic
corridor of the Maxwell C.
King Center for the Perform-
ing Arts, 3865 North Wick-
ham Road, effective Jan. 6.
A Veterans Business Net-
work of Central Florida sem-
inar will be hosted Wednes-
day, Jan. 21, from 5-7 p.m. at
Parrish Student Center,
Room 112A, 3865 North
Wickham Road.
Call (321) 433-7565 for
information.


Director: Clara McCarthy
Waking up in the bridal suite, on the morning of his wedding, after his bachelor
party, Bill finds himself lying next to a woman he doesn't know! His wedding is
only hours away; his best man is knocking on the door; his future bride will arrive
any minute he's go to to sort things out and fast! Add a volatile chambermaid
and things go downhill from here with uninterrupted confusion, comedy and mis-
taken identity. The crisis escalates in the best bedroom farce fashion when the
mother-o e ves-t-a-wedding-ay-fiasco-Bil--perfect-wedding
about to be anything but perfect. Robin Hawdon "Creates a rare combination of
riotous farce and touching love story." -Boston Patriot Ledger
Coming:
March 12-29: "My Fair Lady"
May 14-24: "Opal is a Diamond"
Box Office: 10-2 Monday-Friday
Two hours prior to curtain


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Space Coast Peggers:
cribbage club. 6 p.m. Call
for location. (321) 652-
1278.
Bunco: 7 p.m. North
Brevard Senior Center, 909
Lane Ave., Titusville. Cost is
$3 for members, $4 for non-
members. (321) 268-9530.

TUESDAY, JAN. 13

Home protection: for
seniors. 3:30 p.m. One
Senior Place, 8085 Spyglass
Hill Road, Viera. (321) 751-
6771.
International Associa-
tion of Administrative Pro-
fessionals: 5:30 p.m. Court-
yard by Marriott, 3425 North
Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach.
Dinner is $12. Call:(321) 639-
1780 or e-mail crscps@bell-
south.net to reserve.
Teen poetry: 7 p.m.
Barnes & Noble, 1955 West
New Haven Ave., West Mel-
bourne. (321) 726-8817.
Beginning ballroom
dance: 7-8 p.m. Melbourne
Ballroom, 830 North Wick-
ham Road, Melbourne. (321)
255-1537. Cost is $12 per
class.
'Cool Sounds of Swing-
time' concerts: 7:30 p.m.
Call (321) 724-0555 or visit
www.mmband.org for
information. Admission is
free.


Teach yoga

The Yoga Center, 1540
South John Rodes Blvd.,
West Melbourne, will host
a yoga teacher training
open house Saturday, Jain.
17, 12:30-3 p.m. For infor-
mation, call (321) 728-
0300.

Donate blankets and
sweats

The American Legion
Riders Post 1, Titusville, is
participating in a program
known as "Operation
Comfort Warriors." Blan-
kets, socks, underclothes
for men women, and zip-
per front sweat shirts,
hoodies and sweat pants
are collected for those in
need. To contribute to the
program, call (321) 243-
7537.

'Jailed' dogs get
beds

Dogs enrolled in the Bre-
vard County Sheriff's
Office Paws & Stripes
training program will no
longer have a "hard time"
sleeping as each of them
recently received a bright
red elevated bed, courtesy
of the Brevard No Kill
Coalition.
Dubbed the "Pooch Pad
Project," the BNKC hopes
the above-ground beds
will add "a touch of home"
to the living conditions of
a kennel. Beds have been
donated to area animal
shelters.
For information, e-mail
straycatanna@yahoo.com
or visit wx4*Brevard-
NoKill.org.

McGrew receives
award

The National Space Club
of Florida recently named


WEDNESDAY,
JAN. 14
"Cool Sounds of Swing-
time" concerts: 7:30 p.m.
Call (321) 724-0555 or visit
www.mmband.org for infor-
mation. Admission is free.

THURSDAY, JAN. 15

Bingo: 10 a.m. Doors
open at 9 a.m. North Brevard
Senior Center, 909 Lane Ave.,
Titusville. (321) 268-9530.
Reservation deadline: for
Learn to Bake a Challah.
Thursday, Jan. 22. 10 a.m.
Temple Israel kitchen, 7350
Lake Andrew Drive, Viera. Call
(321) 459-0920.
Brevard Interfaith Coali-
tion: 11a.m. to 1 p.m. St.
James AME Church, 625
Dummitt Ave., Titusville. Call
(321) 636-6144 to reserve or e-
mail Linda. Wiggins@cflcc.org.
Dementia caregivers sup-
port: 1-3 p.m. Joe's Club Cen-
tral, 4676 NorthWickham Rd.,
Melbourne. (321) 253-4430.
Square dance lessons:
6:15-7:30 p.m. Tropical Haven
Community Center, 1205
Eddie Allen Road, Melbourne.
Cost is $5 per person, per
week. Singles and couples
welcome. Call (321) 724-8271
or visit
www.promenaders.org.


U.S. Air Force Capt. Wade
H. McGrew as the 2009
Florida National Defense
Space Award recipient.
Capt. McGrew will be rec-
ognized at a luncheon
meeting Tuesday, Jan. 13,
at 11:30 a.m. Brig. Gen.
Edward L. Bolton, Jr., 45th
Space Wing commander,
will be the guest speaker
for the event, which will
take place at theOcean-
front DoubleTree Hotel in
Cocoa Beach.
Call (321) 867-2022 for
information.

Pets receive
donations

Lori Wilson Cocoa Beach
Dog Park recently hosted
its 3rd Annual Christmas
Party. Those who attended
brought a donation for the
humane society. Approxi-
mately six shopping carts
full of donations were
delivered to the Central
Brevard Humane Society.
The donations included
pet food, items from the
humane society wish list
and cash donations.
The Humane Society
Wish List was published in
the Cocoa Beach Dog Park
Newsletter, which is sent
to members at the begin-
ning of each month.

BCC Melbourne
announces classes
Brevard Community
College Melbourne cam-
pus, 3865 Nortl Wickham
Road, Melbourne, will
offer classes in German
and Spanish, networking
for small businesses, belly
dancing, Pilates, ballet,
jazz, modern dance, karate
and fundamentals of golf
beginning Jan. 14.
For information, call
(321) 433-5571 or register
online at www.bcctrain-
ing.com.


Explore need
for food

Certified life coach,
Cecelia Danas will lead a
series exploring the feel-
ings, habits, triggers and
thought processes that
demand food. The session
begins Thursday, Jan. 15,
from 6-7 p.m. at Archway
Counseling Center, 1503
Pine St., Melbourne. Cost
is $10. Call (321) 953-3225
for information.

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A 'cook-a-cabula and great recipes for leftover turkey


A 'cook-a-cabulary' and great recipes for leftover turkey


Hello smart shoppers.
This week we're
gonna make some
delicious meals with
leftover turkey.
First, let's get even
smarter by learning what
cooking terms mean with
my cook-a-cabulary: a
vocabulary about cooking.
Alphabetically speaking,
here we go!
BASTE: to moisten food
while cooking with pan
drippings to prevent
dryness.
BLANCH: to precook in
steam or boiling water to
remove skin or to prepare
food for canning or freezing.
BLEND: to thoroughly
mix ingredients with an
electric mixer or a whisk
until smooth.
BRAISE: to cook slowly in
a little liquid with the pan
tightly covered.
BREAD: to coat with
breadcrumbs before
cooking.
BROIL: to cook by direct
heat under the broiler of a
stove.
BUTTERFLY: to split foods
horizontally, such as
chicken breasts or meat,
without separating the
sections, then laying flat.
CARAMELIZE: to melt
sugar slowly over low heat
until it becomes brown in
color. To caramelize onions,
the same process is fol-
lowed, using a little shorten-
ing or water, until they
become lightly golden and
translucent.
COAT: to cover foods with
crumbs, flour or batter
before cooking.
DREDGE: pressing food
firmly into seasoned flour to
coat heavily.
FOLD: to add ingredients
gently, such as folding in,
beaten egg whites by'
placing a spatula down into


Arts
From page B3

Exhibition opens

The Brevard Art Museum,
1463 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne, will exhibit Annie
Leibovitz: Women from Jan.
10 through Mar. 8.
Ms. Leibovitz is a world
famous photographic artist
known for her insightful
portraits that reveal the lay-
ered personalities of her
subjects. Portraits in the
exhibition include the fol-
lowing: Hillary Rodham
Clinton, Patti Smith, Serena
and Venus Williams, Betty
Ford, Martina Navratilova,
Courtney Love, Sigourney


the mixture at the side of
the bowl, scraping along the
bottom then coming up and
over, turning the bowl often
.until well incorporated.
GLAZE: to brush a
mixture over top of food to
give it a shine or hard finish.
KNEAD: to work dough
with the heel of your hand
in a pressing and folding
motion.
PUREE: to convert food
into a liquid or paste using a
blender, food processor or
food mill.
REDUCE: to boil a
mixture to evaporate liquid
so it becomes thicker.
SCORE: to cut narrow,
criss-cross slits on each side
of meat or poultry without
cutting through.
Any more questions?
Can't you feel yourself
getting smarter by the
minute?I
Enjoy; Next week it's
turkey soup.

LEFTOVER TURKEY
OR CHICKEN CURRY
serves 4 to 6
regular or low fat

This curry is a simple
variation of the real thing. It
is a winner and takes almost
no time to prepare.

1/2-cup each of finely
chopped onion and celery
1 tablespoon canola oil
or water
2 cups chicken broth,
homemade or canned
1/2-cup tomato sauce
1/2-cup water
1/2-teaspoon Worcester-
shire sauce
Several sprigs fresh Italian
parsley, chopped, or 1
tablespoon dried parsley
Salt and pepper
1 teaspoon up to 1


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Winfrey.
Call (321) 242-0737 for
information.

Warm up at dance

The Italian-American
Club of South Brevard, 1471
Cypress Ave., Melbourne,


ROMANCING
THE STOVE 4
with the
Grammy Guru .. 'c: s '
ARLENE BORG

tablespoon curry powder
(depending on how
strong a flavor you want)
3-4 cups cooked turkey or
chicken, cut up
1/4-cup flour
3 to 4 cups cooked rice or
noodles
Cooked broccoli spears

Lightly brown onion and
celery in oil, adding water if
necessary.
Add all but 1/2-cup of
broth, along with the
tomato sauce, water, a little
salt and pepper, Worcester-
shire sauce, parsley and
curry powder. Cook,
covered, about 10 minutes.
Add turkey; cook 10 minutes
longer.
Shake remaining 1/2-cup
of broth with flour and add
to the pot,-stirring until
thickened, adding more
water or flour and water if
necessary.
Serve in individual dishes
or any way you choose. Try
laying broccoli spears over
rice or noodles, then ladle
on the curry.

MOCK TURKEY OR
CHICKEN DIVAN
regular or low fat

Leftover turkey or chicken
Leftover gravy
Fresh or frozen broccoli,
cooked
Cooked medium or wide
noodles*

Thaw cooked poultry; let
sit out one hour to reach
room temperature. Thaw


will host a Winter Warm-Up
dinner-dance, Saturday, Jan.
17, at 6 p.m. Music will be
provided by DJ Eli.
Tickets are $12 for mem-
bers, .and, $16 for.,. guests.
Reserve by Thursday, Jan.
15. Call (321) 951-4391 for
information.

For Hometown News


gravy, bring to a boil; whisk
to reconstitute.
Add cut up poultry; heat
though. Serve in individual
au-gratin dishes, topping a
serving of noodles with a
couple of broccoli spears,
turkey and gravy.
Beware of egg noodles. If
their first name is egg,
they're high in fat and
cholesterol. Use no-yolk egg
noodles instead. Season
with salt and pepper and a
little butter substitute.

GRANDMA'S ICE
BOX CAKE
serves 6 or more
regular or low fat

I bet most of you remem-
ber grandma's icebox cake.
Now by following my lead,
you can make it low fat.
Remember, pudding is
and always has been fat free.


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By using fat-free milk or
evaporated skim milk,
undiluted, and fat-free
topping you will have a fat
and cholesterol-free dessert.

Two 4-serving packages
chocolate pudding (cook
and serve style, not
instant), either regular or
sugar-free
4 cups milk
graham crackers, regular
or low fat
Whipped cream or
whipped topping

Prepare pudding accord-
ing to package directions.
The microwave method is
great, with no pot to wash.
Place a layer of graham
crackers in an 8-inch square
pan. Top with half the
pudding, crackers and then
the rest of the pudding.
Crumble some crackers on
top; refrigerate until cold.
Cut in squares and serve


with whipped cream.


lam available for talks
from south Vero to Hobe
Sound, call (772) 465-5656.
When a recipe is not in my
cookbook it will have (NIB)
next to the title.
For an autographed
cookbook, "Romancing The
Stove with the Grammy
Guru," send $19.50 ($15-
book, $1-tax, $3.50 for
shipping and handling) For
multiple books sent to one
address it's $3.50 S&H for 1
book, add $2 postage for
each additional book ($15
plus $2.00). Send to:Arlene
M. Borg, 265 SWPort St.
Lucie Blvd, No. 149, Port St.
Lucie, FL 34984. Check,
money order or Paypal
accepted.
Visit my Web site at
www.romancingthestove.ne
t or send me an e-mail at
arlene@romancingthestove.
net.


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"I think what really sets this festival apart from

others is our tremendous volunteer staff and

our internationally known speakers ...


Laurilee Thompson
Founder, Space Coast Birding & Wildlife Festival


Flock
From page B5

also partnered with the
Titusville Art League to host
the 8th annual Birding and
Wildlife Art Competition
and children's poster com-
petition during the event.
Eagle Optics and Swarovs-
lent ki Optik will.present a Dis-
coping Challenge, which is a
method of photography that
uses an optic scope for
shooting birds and wildlife.
Another unique program,
led by nationally known
author/photographer Con-
nie Toops, will teach partici-
pants how to create bird and
wildlife habitats in their own
backyards and the skills nec-
essary to photograph them.

ori-site Jan., 23-24 for guests
to meet and greet deer,
birds, spiders, snakes and a
Florida panther.
"No Child Left Inside" is
another family-oriented
workshop designed to
encourage children to get
excited about nature and the
wildlife around them.
] "Every program we have
scheduled is open to birders
of every level, even those
who are just interested in
learning more about local
wildlife or methods of pho-


tography," Ms. Harris said.
"While reservations are
needed for many of our
group activities, most pro-
grams are free of charge." ,
In 1997, wildlife enthusi-
ast Laurilee Thompson was
responsible for creating the
areas first birding and
wildlife festival based on a
vision she had of utilizing
the area's natural resources
as a way to increase tourism.
Ms. Thompson, owner of
Dixie Crossroads restaurant
in Titusville, has seen her
concept grow into one of the
area's most popular events
throughout the past 12
years.
"I think what really sets
this festival apart from oth-
ers is our tremendous volun-
teer staff and our interna-
tionally known speakers and
field trip leaders," Ms.
Thompsoh said. "We have
birding and wildlife experts
from Argentina, Ecuador
and elsewhere who come
here every year to educate
others bn the importance of


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personal property
described below to
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onr said property under
the Florida Self Storage
AhtaliStatutes, Se'
83-806. The owner '. will
sell at public sale on the
27th day of Jan. 2009 at
10:00 am,at 7300 Dolina
Ct. Melbourne, FL. The
following. Name:
Rose M. Crooks Unit #29.
clothing, plaster molds,
wire rack, headboard,
plaster ,molds. Rose M.
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tubes, table, desk, chairs,
ceramics, arts & crafts.
,Sale subject to
cancellation in the event
of settlement. Should it
be impossible, to dispose
of these goods on the
day of sale, the sale will
be continued on such
seceding sale days
treafter as may be
necessary to complete
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our local habitat."
In 1998, Brevard Nature
Alliance, a nonprofit
organization, took the
reigns of the festival and
has been responsible for
organizing, funding and
promoting the event ever
since.
"Each year, we have
more than 50 volunteers
who come together to
make this festival come to
life," Ms. Harris said.
"Without them and the
support from the commu-
nity, this event would not
be what it is today."
The Space Coast Birding
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Park mgr 407-283-5277
PALM BAY Holiday
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large shed, 2 pools,
$52,000. 321-626-8368
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carport. In Holiday Park.
Close to 1-95, Shopping,
& Restaurants. $67,000.
321-725-0305



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GEORGIA Claxton.
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on beautiful flowing creek
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landing, road frontage on
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frontage, large trees, ex-
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GEORGIA Southern
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2 small fish ponds, coun-
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farm or small ranch.
$2,500/ac. Poss. owner
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deposit. 321-453-2352
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blinds, No pets. $675/mo.
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home in great neighbor-
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fenced yard and porch,
$800/mo. 321-591-9419
PALM BAY NW, Emer-
son & Jupiter area, 3/2/2,
Lg. scrn porch, corner lot,
new tile & newer appl's.;
city water, $,50/mo., 1st
/last/sec. 321-223-8705
PALM BAY
POOL Home
2 br /2 bath, pool, de-
tached 2 cg. Fenced dou-
ble lot. Convenient to riv-
er, ocean & 195. All newly
remodeled. Available
now! Small Pet OK.
$1000/mo 772-260-3217
PALM BAY SE CBS
3br/2ba/2cg $790 & CBS
2br/lba/lcg $600. No
pets. Call WDiWebb Re-
alty 321-723-3311


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MELBOURNE, NEAR
BCC, 3br/2ba home in-
cludes W/D, phone, in-
ternet, HBO-Cinemax, full
kitchen. $110/week + De-
posit. 321-745-0731
MELBOURNE: Share
2/2 Condo, 2nd fir, new
appliances, washer/dryer,
$300/mo. & 1/2 electric,
cable incl. 321-987-4206
PALM BAY NE 3/2
home, fenced yard, pvt
bath, pets ok. $450/mo +
1/2 util. Washer/Dryer,
No/Smoking. Background
check. 321-951-3940
PALM BAY: Semi furn
room in nice home, proff
female share w/same.
W/D, NPNS $375/mo +
Utils. 321-505-4409
VIERA Professional
white female to share w/
same, Ig pool home. Bed-
room, private bath, kitch-
en privileges. $500/mo. +
1/2 util. 321-751-2111


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W O W COCOA BCH: Ocean- MELBOURNE. Furnish-
VERO BEACH Frn & side 1st fir, newly re- ad Studio Apt., Clean,
VERO BEACH. Furn & modeled 3/2 condo, all Quiet, some Electric, no
Unfurn, An & Sea- amenities, $950/mo F/S Pets, $460/mo. Call for
sonal. lbr-4 ,Beach- 1 yr lease 321-253-1321 info 321-254-0328
side or Ma rnd. From or cell 321-482-2923
$450 to $3500. Many Melbourne/Eau Gall
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772-231-9121 /321-5742 cross from beach Newly Great 2 sory brick home.
remodeled, cntrl A/C, tile, Private, 2 rooms, 1 full
8:05 A e small big, walk to shops bath. Kitchenette, fridge,
$850. 561-305-5231 broiler oven &. micro-
wave. Incls electric, wa-
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DAYTONA BEACH RNE BCH 2nd fir NSNP 321-254-4624
Brand New beautiful 1br/1.5ba in Palm Colony
complex on the Halifax Club condos. Across MELBOURNE: 1BR Only
River, fully furnished, from ocean. All amentis, $499/mo until Nov 30th.
2br/2ba, 12th Floor, great $650/mo Robbie Palm Harbor Villas
river views, new weight 954-260-4092 321-255-9961
rm, $2,500/mo, 1st, Last MELBOURNE Central
& Sec. Bkgrnd chk re- MELBOURNE Central MELBOURNE: Clean &
ured. No ets allow51-2597 lbr/lba, ceramic tile, new Ready move in. Close to
&all Laurie 386-451H-2597 Home Regional. lbr
paint, $550/mo incls. 2br $695 (47
,*, W/D, lawn, water, trash, $495, 2br 695 (407)
pest. Call 321-693-2784 929-0284 (321) 704-7188
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South Indian River Dr.
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new paint, carpet. $400.
mo, $350 security. Back-
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86-405-4539
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unfurn $1200 or 2br/2ba
furn $1700 at Harbor
Pointe
2br/2ba unfurn $950 at
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Royale. Furn 2br/2ba, 1st
fl Many amenities, Near
Beaches & Shopping. No
trucks or pets. $650/mo
772-713-0942
VERO BEACH Villa Mar
55+ Furnished 2-br/2-ba.
1st floor. Florida room,
Comm pool & clbhse.
$700/mo + security
772-569-2354

WOW
VERO BEACH: Call for
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appl. Close to Beaches,
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772-563-0013 Rs
WEST MELBOURNE:
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st fir 2/2 condo, scrn pa-
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321-543-2353 Avail 1/1
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(ge Dock, Boat lift. Newly
remodeled by professio-
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porch, W/D, laundry
room, fncd yard, carport.
$1250/mo 301-752-2299
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MERRITT ISLAND:
CANALFRONT, Beautiful
Ige Dock, Boat lift. Newly
remodeled by professio-
nal incl kitchen 3/2, scrn
porch, W/D, laundry
room, fncd yard, carport.
$1250/mo 301-752-2299
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home, freshly painted,
$650/mo. with equal se-
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PALM BAY SW, 3/2/2,
Ready to move in! Clean,
new carpet & paint. Up-
graded Appliances. Near
Bayside H.S.. Well,.
septic. $900/mo. 8 ,$ db
Security. 321-779-3935 ,,.;
SEBASTIAN- I don't live
in a dump or expect you
to. 3/2/1 screened porch
$900/mo. Live in a place
you can be proud of. Call
772-299-0066 or cell
772-532-5722
VEROe BEACH 3/3/2
+den, Castaway Cove,
walk to beach, pool, spa,
fireplace, immaculate.
786-210-3563
VERO BEACH almost
new 2-br/2-ba/1-cg with
den. Freshly painted
Ready to move in. $825/
mo F& S 772-563-0774
W. MELBOURNE Great
loc. w/lakeview, 2BR/1BA
w/garage, close to all,
quiet dead end street, big
yard, neat & tidy!
$825/mo. 321-863-6321
W., MELBOURNE: West-
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privacy fcd yrd, all appli-
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wood firs, crown molding,
screen porch, pool.Lease
/lease purchase. Monthly
rates vary. 321-543-7677
PALM BAY: Windsor
Park Twnhme 2/1.5 or 2
or 3 br condo's Starting' at
$625 Indian River Realty
321-723-4749
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321-432-1557 $145,000
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561-307-3539
Panama, Chiriqui Prov-
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VERO BEACH Village
Walk So Gated comm,
Clean, clean, clean! All
appl, pool. 2/2/1- 1400ft.
$875/mo 330-666-7529
VIERA: Riverfront Gated
Newer Remodeled
3/2.5/1 CBS, Pool, Ten-
nis. Pet Ok $1350/mo
321-427-9833


COCOA BEACH, 3 block
walk to beach, 2/2, car-
port, fenced backyard,
private, new carpet, w/d
hook-up,, $800/mo. 321-
693-7864 leave message

PALM BAY DUPLEX -
2br/lba, grt shape, tiled
throughout, double sinks,
breakfast barceiling fans,
large yard, patio, quiet
nghbrhd, inci. appliances.
$685/mo. 772-461-0079
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S. TITUSVILLE 2br/2ba/
2car garage huge deluxe
duplex on 1/2 acre.
Screened porch, free wa-
ter! Cheap power $900/
mo. Call 321-536-3769
SEBASTIAN 2-BR/1-BA
1-cg. Close to schools.
Porch. Small pet OK.
$700/mo. Sec. deposit
negotiable 772-532-9771
W. MELBOURNE: Mel-
bourne Village 2/2/1 can
join Melbourne Vill Comm
Pool. $875/mo Indian
River RE 321-723-4749


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tennis courts, golf course
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Call 321-259-8680
MELBOURNE, 4/2 w/priv
ate yard, close 1-95,
W/D, $800/mo. + 1st &
security. 321-960-7940;
321-420-8230
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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or school 2,450sf., 4 pri-
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Call 321-253-3379
SATELLITE BEACH:
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owned. $2,750/OBO.
321-259-4130
TOYOTA CAMRY '03, 4d
Sunroof, 45,250, Elderly
female owner passed
away, $ 1,500/will fi-
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obo. 321-794-7452




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DODGE CARAVAN '05
Inside handicapped rear FOOD TRUCK: Be your
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condition. Red. $12,000/ Chevy Diesel Only
obo. 321-631-6842 $6,000 321-216-1884

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2006 PALM BEACH 151
50hp, 2 stroke Yamaha,
Magic Tilt Float on Trail-
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Like brand new, 15 hrs,
$10,000. 321-632-5795
34' CRUISERS- 334
Espirit Cruise or Live-
A-Board. Air/heat, stove,
micro, refrigerator, full
enclosure, color TV, AM/
FM/CD, VHF, plus more.
Sleeps 6. Halifax Harbor
obo 407-310-2678 (c),
386424-3220 '(work)
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34' WELLCRAFT Scarab
II, 1985. Twin 454's,
clean fast cigarette boat,
fully equipped, ready to
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for photos & details at
SBCruiser@aol.com or
call 407-422-6095


WE BUY BOATS!
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