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Vol. 5, No. 35 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, March 27, 2009


BCC libraries
to forgive fines

Brevard Community Col-
lege libraries will celebrate
National Library Week April
12-18 by. forgiving library
fines.
Any overdue BCC-owned
library materials will be
accepted and fines can-
celled during this time peri-
od. For more information,
call the following campus-
es:
BCC Titusville campus
library: (321) 433-5040
BCC Cocoa campus
library: (321) 433-7250
BCC Melbourne campus
library: (321) 433-5575
BCC Palm Bay campus
library: (321) 433-5270
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Benches, shelters coming


to transit service bus stops


By Tony Judnich
Judnich@hometownnewsol.com
By August, passengers waiting for
a ride at many Space Coast Area
Transit bus stops in Melbourne will
have benches to sit on and shelters
to protect them from the sun, wind
and rain.
On March 10, the Brevard County
Commission approved using feder-
al grant money to pay for improve-
ments to 21 bus stops. Working
with Melbourne city officials, the
county plans to have benches
installed at 14 bus stops and shel-
ters installed at seven bus stops.
Here are the bus stop locations
that will receive either a bench or a
shelter:
Shelter: Southwest corner of
Babcock Street and NASA Boule-
vard, north side of the Sears prop-
erty
Bench: Northwest corner of


Babcock Street and NASA Boule-
vard, south side of the Keiser Col-
lege property
Bench: Northeast corner of
Hickory Street and Hibiscus Boule-
vard, west side of the Carnegie Gar-
dens property
Shelter: Melbourne Library at
Fee Avenue, Hickory Street, west
side of the library property
Bench: Melbourne Library at
Fee Avenue, Hickory Street, east
side of the church property
. Bench: San Juan Apartments at
Aurora and Stewart roads, east side
of Stewart
Shelter: Northeast corner of
Babcock Street arid NASA Boule-
vard, west side of the Walgreens
property
Bench: Northbound Harbor
City Boulevard, south of Thomas
Barbour Drive and just north of
Nature Works


Shelter: East
side of Wickham
Road at Wickham
Park driveway to
the Senior Cen-
ter
Bench:
Southeast corner of Wick-
ham Road and Fountainhead
Boulevard
Bench: Northwest corner of
Wickham Road and Fountainhead
Boulevard/Circle
Bench: Northeast corner of
Wickham Road and Regency Drive,
just south of the bowling alley
Shelter: Southeast corner of
Babcock Street and New Haven
Avenue, west side of the CVS prop-
erty
Bench: Melbourne Shopping
Center, Babcock Street
Bench: Northwest corner of
Hibiscus Boulevard and Woody
Burke Road (Dairy Road to the


south)
*Bench: North side
of Lake Washington Road at the
west corner of 19th Hole Condo-
minium
Bench: South side of Eau Gallie
Boulevard at the Social Security
office
Bench: North side of Eau Gallie
Boulevard at the Social Security
office
Shelter: Northeast corner of
Apollo and Bulldog boulevards,
north of the driveway to MIMA
Shelter: West side of Evans
See BUS, A4


United Way of Brevard hosts annual awards banquet


By Jenet Krol
Krol@hometownnewsol.com
Despite the tough eco-
nomic times, individuals
and companies of Brevard
County helped make the
United Way of Brevard's
2008 campaign a record
breaker.
More than $6.5 million
was donated to the United
Way, an increase over last
year's total of $6.4 million.
The funds will be distrib-
uted to member agencies
throughout Brevard, which
provide services such as
child abuse prevention,
local food pantries, disaster
relief, senior care, literacy
programs and prenatal and
infant health care.
Some member agencies
include Crosswinds Youth
Services, the Girl Scouts of
America, the North and
South Brevard Sharing Cen-
ters, the Early Intervention
Center and the Community
Services Council.


At the annual awards,
members of the United Way
of Brevard recognized the
companies and individuals
that helped raise funds for
the organization.
The chairman's award,
which honors the organiza-
tion displaying corporate
citizenship, was presented
to Bright House Networks.
Bright House doubled its
campaign efforts in the past
two years, as well as provid-
ed media support, collected
school supplies and sup-
ported charitable organiza-
tions such as the American
Cancer Society and;
Leukemia and Lymphoma
Society.
"It's about going beyond
the campaign and giving
back to the community,"
said Susan McGrath, vice
president of Resource
Development for the UW of
Brevard.
Richard DiPatri, outgoing
See UNITED, A4


Staff photo by Jenet Krol
Susan McGrath, vice president of resource development and Tony Catanese, board
chairman for the United Way of Brevard, honored Richard DiPatri, outgoing campaign
chairman and superintendent of Brevard Public Schools for spearheading the record
breaking 2008 campaign at the annual award ceremony, March 11.


Resources, help available to family in-home caregivers


By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.com


Each day, Sally Jones of
Meiritt Island devotes her
time to caring for her hus-
band, Ron, left a quadri-
plegic after a spinal cord
injury, as well as her 48-
year-old son, Cliff, also left
a quadriplegic following a
1A "car accident with a drunk
driver.
M "We continue to take it
day-by-day," Mrs. Jones
said.,
"Through all of the doc-
,. tor's appointments, meal
preparations and constant
A attention caregivers pro-
vide, they often forget to
.think about themselves.
-. Whether a person is car-
ing for a spouse, child, rel-
ative or friend, the act of
caregiving often comes
with new responsibilities
and unfamiliar tasks.
Aside from the many
services it offers,
011 Wuesthoff Hospice & Pal-
,. liative Care in Viera pro-
vides a great deal of
!, -. . resources for caregivers
within the community.
File photo Created in 1984,
Wuesthoff Hospice & Pal-
Sally Jones, who cares for her husband and son, who are both quadriplegic, was hon- liative Care was the first
ored last year by the Wuesthoff Hospice & Palliative Care Labor of Love program. licensed hospice center in


Brevard County.
A nonprofit organiza-
tion, the facility, which is a
part of Wuesthoff Health
System, provides those
with life-limiting illnesses
and their families with a
variety of services, ranging
from medical care and
pain management to emo-
tional and spiritual care.
In addition to its staff of
nurses, social, workers,
homecare employees,
youth specialists and
chaplains, the organiza-
tion operates with the help
of more than 250 volun-
teers.
"As a responsible com-
munity partner, we con-
sider it a commitment and
privilege to provide educa-
tion and information on
health care, and specifical-
ly, caregiving to the resi-
dents of Brevard County,"
said Judy Powers, execu-
tive director of Wuesthoff
Hospice & Palliative Care.
Several times a year, the
organization hosts "Caring
Connections," a three-part
series of community pre-
sentations that address
caregiving and health care
planning.
See HELP, A5


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A2 Melbourne Hometown News Friday, March 27, 2009


March for Peace in

Melbourne March 28

Florida activist groups will host a
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This Saturday at 2 p.m.,
demonstrators plan to
march from 2205 Front
Street Park to Melbourne
City Hall to participate in a
"March for Peace."
A variety of speakers and
artists will discuss various
platforms of reform in
poverty, social justice and
diplomacy.
A cookout will also be
provided at the march's des-
tination to assist any needy
or hungry that apply.
The Melbourne and West
Palm Beach chapters of the
humanitarian group "Food
Not Bombs" will provide the
food.
Additional prepared or
packaged food donations
will be accepted that day,
and are encouraged.
Jeff Nail and Bill Burton
initiated the march. As the
lead organizers of the
groups, Patriots for Peace
and Humanists for Peace,
they hope to encourage
people to gather for this
mass demonstration to
spread awareness for social
justice and peace.
"I think those who attend
will leave with an incredible
empowerment that comes
with realizing that we, as cit-
izens, have the power to
make our world better than
it is," said Mr. Nail.
More than 50 national
and local groups have
endorsed the march,
including Code PINK, Unin-
suredinAmerica.org, the
Green Party of Florida, the
Florida Socialist Party USA,
multiple Florida chapters of
Veterans for Peace, the
Florida chapter of Military
Families Speakc Out and Bre-
vard County's National
Organization for Women.
There is expected atten-
dance from commuters
throughout Florida.
Guest speakers will cover
topics such as: military
reduction to help favor
domestic spending on
health, education, infra-
structure and jobs; shutting
down U.S. foreign wars and


military prisons; interna-
tional diplomacy; and the
occupation of Israel in
Palestine.
"One of the main reasons
we're organizing this march
is that we think the Rev.
Martin Luther King Jr. had it
right when he said that 'A
nation that continues year
after year to spend more
money on military defense
than on programs of social
uplift is approaching spiri-
tual doom.' We agree with
(Mr.) King that what we
really need is a war on
poverty," said Mr. Nail.
Mr. Nall also helped
organize a march to stop a
potential war in Iran in
August 2008. He had a
turnout of around 500 peo-
ple, and expects this Satur-
day's attendance to be high-
er due to the amount of
organizations endorsing the
event.
"I expect this to be the
largest demonstration in
Brevard in several years. I'm
confident we'll have (more
than) 500 turn out," said Mr.
Nail.
When asked what he
hopes to accomplish with
this march, he responded,
"We plan to pressure our
elected officials, from city
representatives on up to the
Obama administration, to
bring the troops home from
Afghanistan and Iraq and to
fund human needs, like
jobs, housing and health
care, instead of war and cor-
porate greed. Beyond influ-
encing politicians, we also
believe that a demonstra-
tion like the Florida March
for Peace has the power to
transform the way that peo-
ple look at the world, (and)
can create a shift in peoples'
consciousness."
For questions 'and more
information please contact
Mr Nall at (321) 368-5093 or
e-mail him at
sabletide@yahoo.com.
Questions may also be
directed to Bill Burton at
(321) 727-1083 or wbur-
ton444@aol.com.
For more information on
Humanists for Peace, visit
www.HumanistsforPeace.co
m.


Brevard County


hosts its first fair


For Hometown News
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1000 N. W ickham Rd. if Brevard County will host
1kits inaugural county fair Fri-
bMelbr day, March 27, through Sun-
M lOUrn day, April 5, at Wickham
MbnPark in Melbourne. Hosted
by the University of Florida
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folk. Those with a green
thumb will produce exhibits
for container gardening and
samples of the best fruit and
vegetables grown in the
county. Resident cooks will
participate in many culi-
nary competitions. Seam-
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Academy offers training, low-cost services

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perform cuts,
styling, massage

By Jenet Krol
Krol@hometownnewsol.com
Even in a troubled econ-
omy, beauty services are
not an area to compromise
on standards.
With the Academy of
Cosmetology, clients get
the best of both worlds -
high-quality salon services
and affordable prices..
For example, a haircut is
$6.50. Hair highlights start
at $25. A one-hour mas-
sage is $25 and a manicure
is $6.
Prices are kept low
because students perform
the services, all under the
watchful eyes of licensed
professionals.
Jacquilyn Eusanio has
directed the academy for
25 years. A cosmetologist,
Ms. Eusanio owned a
chain of beauty salons in
Ohio before moving to
Merritt Island.
Today, the academy
enrolls close to 112 stu-
dents, with locations in
Merritt Island, Palm Bay
and Melbourne.
Students can enroll in
courses on cosmetology,
which teaches hair, skin
and nails; massage; or nail,
technology.
Cosmetology is the high-
est enrolled program.
"There is such a growing
need for hairdressers, nail
technicians and massage
therapists," said Ms.
Eusanio. "People are find-
ing out with this economy
that they feel better if they
look good and feel good."
Financial aid is available
for the students, as well.
Crystal Speers, a cosme-
tology student, has trained
at the academy since
December.


Staff photo by Jenet Krol
Cosmetology student Juan Amos styles the hair of fellow cosmetology student Crystal
Spears at the Academy of Cosmetology in Merritt Island.


She was enrolled i
vard Community Co
cosmetology progra:
decided to switch 1
Academy of Cosme
for a more person
program.
"Cosmetology
comes naturally to
have a passion for i
said.
Upon graduation
dents must comp]
state certification
After that, they are
to begin working.
"I love seeing then
ing in knowing no
then when they are
being able to open
own salons. There (a
(many) job opporti
for them, it's a grea
to get started," sai
Eusanio.
In addition to se


in Bre- such as hairstyling and
)llege's manicures, the Academy
m, but of Cosmetology offers full
to The spa services.
*tology The Merritt Island
ialized school has a $10,000 wet
room, where clients can
just receive mud baths and salt
me. I scrubs.
t," she The classroom for mas-
sage students is just like a
, stu- real spa, with private
lete a rooms, low lighting and
test. soothing music.
ready "lis just like a real spa
experience," said Ms.
i com- Eusanio.
)thing, The students use all Red-
done, ken products; the same
i their you would find in an actu-
are) so al spa, said Ms. Eusanio.
unities Bob Flanagan of Cape
it time Canaveral visits the Acade-
id Ms. my of Cosmetology every
week for manicures, pedi-
ervices ctL massages and hair-


cuts.
"You get better care here
than at full service salons,"
he said. "The students try
harder and know people's
names. It's wonderful."
The Academy of Cosme-
tology is open from 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m. and 5 to 10 p.m.
Monday through Thursday
and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on
Saturday.
The three Academy of
Cosmetology locations are:
2088 N. Courtenay Park-
way, Merritt Island, (321)
452-8940
1975 Palm Bay Road,
Suite 106, Palm Bay, (321)
951-0595
2909 West New Haven
Ave., West Melbourne, (321)
728-1104
Walk-ins are welcome but
appointments are needed
;for facials and massages.


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estimates. For the motii accurate
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Bench: Southeast cor-
ner of Airport Boulevard
and Eddie Allen Road,
adjacent to the Legacy


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campaign chairman and
superintendent of Brevard
Public Schools, was recog-
nized for his year of service
and for spearheading the
record-breaking campaign.
"His visits to the sharing
centers and domestic vio-
lence centers and telling the
stories of the bare shelves and
full shelters was an incredible
help," said Rob Raines, presi-
dent of the United Way of Bre-
vard.
Kendall Moore was award-
ed the Bridge Builder Award,


Apartment property
"It is estimated that the
cost of purchase and instal-
lation of the shelters and
benches is $156,250," SCAT
director James Liesenfelt
said in a report for the
commission's March 10
meeting. County officials
plan to use grant money
from the Federal Transit
Administration to pay for
the work.


which recognizes volunteers
who make an impact on the
community.
Mr. Moore served as the
community impact chairman
for the past two years and
helped develop the Priority
Implementation Plan for
2009-13.
"The money we are able to
raise allows us to help in such
great ways in the community,"
he said.
The Priorities Implementa-
tion Plan was developed to
address areas where the Unit-
ed Way has the ability to
increase its impact, said Dr.
Tony Catanese, United Way
board chairman and presi-
dent of Florida Institute of


The bus stop upgrades
were on the consent agenda
portion of the commission's
March 10 meeting. Com-
missioners approved the
item without discussion.
Melbourne will provide
cleaning, maintenance and
trash removal for the
benches and shelters,
according to an agreement
between the city and the
county.


Technology.
"We are dealing with
unprecedented times and the
United Way has to go far
beyond its traditional role. We
don't want the economic
malaise to deter the United
Way from its goals," he said.
In 2009, the United Way of
Brevard will focus on increas-
ing funding to programs that
prevent child and substance
abuse, bolster pantry opera-
tions during summer months,
increase food stamp aware-
ness and increase financial lit-
eracy and long-term recovery
programs.
For information on the UW
of Brevard, visit www.uwbre-
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Police report


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

Franciso Agron, 32, of
1501 Arthur Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged March
13, with felony violation of
probation.
David Allen Cole,, 21, of
2550 N. Wickham Road, No.
809, Melbourne, was
charged March' 14 with
interfering with custody.
Ronald Ojay Flanders,
33, of 810 E. Cedar Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
March 14 with possession
of cocaine.
David. Frank Martin, 40,
address unknown, was
charged March 14 with sex-
ual battery and performing
a lewd and lascivious act on
a child.
Andrew David Wiggin,
48, of 1850 Charlesmont
Drive, No. 133, Melbourne,
was charged March 14 with
felony failure to appear and
failure to appear-traffic.
Michael James Bonn, 24,
of 760 Players Court, Mel-
bourne, was charged March
15 with felony violation of
probation.
Greene Eugene Colbert
Jr., 36, of 770 N. Wickham


Road, No. 72, Melbourne,
was charged March 15 with
sexual battery and felony
battery.
Mary Elizabeth Phillips,
20, address unknown, was
charged March 15 with
three counts of uttering a
forged instrument and
grand theft.
Brian Latrell Colbert, 23,
of .100 E. University Blvd.,
Melbourne, was charged
March 16 with two counts
of felony violation of proba-
tion.
Edward Henry Scott, 38,
of 713 E. University Blvd.,
Melbourne, was charged
March 16 with possession
of cocaine, giving a false
name and failure to appear,
Deborah Lee Tyler, 47, of
1155 Carissa Way, Mel-
bourne, was charged March
17 with driving under the
influence and refusal to
take a breath test.
Derick Alan Wilkerson,
22, of 2908 Emory St., Mel-
bourne, was charged March
17 with two counts of per-
forming a lewd or lascivious
act on a child, lewd and las-
civious exhibition and vio-
lation of probation.
Amanda Elizabeth
McGuire, 27, of 4216 Over-
look Drive, Melbourne, was
charged March 18 with
felony violation of proba-
tion.
Karen Rae Jansen
Thompson, 30, of 685 Law
St., Melbourne, was


charged March 18 with two
counts of felony violation of
community control.
Scott A. Torrence, 40, of
1378 Sunwood Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged March
18 with felony violation of
probation.
Simel M. Jefferson, 48,
address unknown, was
charged March 19 with
scheming to defraud 'and
obtain property and grand
theft.
Scott Allan Martin, 20, of
2981 Pebble Creek, Mel-
bourne, was charged March
19 with grand theft with a
firearm and armed burglary.
Charles John Tworkows-
ki,. 20, of 2090 Barracuda
Ave., Melbourne, was
charged March 19 with
attempting to solicit/con-
spire, loitering or prowling
and possession of an alco-
holic beverage by a person
younger than 21 years old.
Tony Joseph Watkins, 44,
of 815 Fee Ave., Melbourne,
was charged March 19 with
felony failure to appear,
driving while license sus-
pended and giving a false
name.
Robert J. Youngker, 29, of
35 Circle Ave., No. 8, Mel-
bourne, was charged March
19 with trafficking cannabis.

Melbourne Police
Department

Misty Lee Elliot, 47, of


1861 Windy Oak Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged March
13 with aggravated battery,
felony battery-domestic vio-
lence and two counts of bat-
tery-domestic violence.
Eric Lemmerman, 44, of
1614 Albert Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged March
13 as a habitual traffic
offender driving on a sus-
pended license, possession
of cannabis, possession of
drug paraphernalia and
felony on-site violation of
probation/community con-
trol.
Ashley Ann Martirietty,
21, of 2355 Lorna Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged March
13 with possession of a con-
trolled substance and aggra-
vated assault-domestic vio-
lence.
Joseph Arthur Romano,
45, address unknown, was
charged March 13 with pos-
session of drug parapherna-
lia and two counts of felony
on-site violation of proba-
tion/community control.
Robert David Silsbe, 29,
of 1801 Aurora Park Circle,
Melbourne, was charged
March 13 with felony bat-
tery-domestic violence.
Kenneth R. Navarro, 21,
of 650 Mandan Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged March
14 with robbery.
Zabdial Phillips, 26, of
1436 Valentine St., Mel-
bourne, was charged March
16 with grand theft and rob-
bery by sudden snatching.


Reginald A. Roberts, 33,
of 725 E. University Blvd.,
No. 40, Melbourne, was
charged March 17 with pos-
session of drug parapherna-
lia, two counts of possession
of cocaine and two counts of
driving while license sus-
pended.
Jahrod T. Cherry, 19, of
210 E. University Blvd., Mel-
bourne, was charged March
'18 with felony on-site viola-
tion of .probation/commu-
nity control, having no valid
driver's license, felony viola-
tion of probation and felony
failure to appear.
Nicholas Shane Giles, 23,
of 646 Shady Lane, Mel-
bourne, was charged March
18 with aggravated battery.
Diego Luis Figueroa, 20,,
of 490 Wickham Road, No.
261, Melbourne, was
charged March 19 with
aggravated assault; felony
battery-domestic violence
and battery-domestic vio-
lence.


Palm Bay Police
Department

Artavius R. Broxton, 30,
of 508 Roberts St., Mel-
bourne, was charged March
16 with possession of
cocaine, possession of
cannabis and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Derek Matthew Johnson,
18, of 1480 Talon Way, Mel-
bourne, was charged March
18 with possession of
cannabis and possession of
drug paraphernalia'.

West Melbourne
Police Department

Joseph Allan Allgaier, 28,
of 3425 Irene St., West Mel-
bourne, was charged with
fleeing/attempting to elude
a police officer, resisting
arrest without violence and
driving while license sus-
pended.


Help
From page Al
The program prepares care-
givers with what to expect in
their new role, how to prepare
for end-of-life issues and pro-
vides a framework for making
appropriate decisions during
different stages of chronic 'ill-
ness.
The organization also hosts
more than 20 regular community
education programs, ranging
from health and fitness for sen-


iors and managing stress to sen-
ior nutrition and communicat-
ing with those suffering from
dementia and Alzheimer's dis-
ease, said Valree Peralta, com-
munity services manager for
Wuesthoff Hospice & Palliative
Care.
The organization also partners
with the Community Services
Council of Brevard to host addi-
tional services of interest to
caregivers, hospice patients or
families of patients.
"What (caregivers) do on a
daily basis is truly amazing," Ms.


Peralta said. "They've had their
lives turned upside down, but
they wouldn't have it any other
way."
According to the U.S. Depart-
ment of Health and Human Ser-
vices, more than 50 million peo-
ple provide care for a chronically
ill, disabled or aged family mem-
ber or friend during any given
year.
In 2000, Florida ranked No. 4
in the nation for the highest
number of caregivers and hours
of care provided by caregivers,
according to the department.


The National Family Care-
givers Association, www.the-
familycaregiver.org, reported
that the majority of adult care-
givers are women. Fifth-five
percent of these caregivers
have paid jobs,. while, 39 per-
cent also care for children of
their own.
Through its community pre-
sentations, Wuesthoff Hospice
& Palliative Care reminds care-
givers to acknowledge their
own feelings of loss, confusion
and anger.
,iJtitis also ,important to con-


nect with a support network, be
willing to keep priorities in line
- keeping in mind they may
change over time and remain
flexible throughout the caregiv-
ing process, said Charlie
Antoni, manager of community
outreach for Wuesthoff Hospice
& Palliative Care.
"Take a deep breath often,"
Mr. Antoni said. "And remember
to keep your sense of humor."
For information about
Wuesthoff Hospice & TPalliative
Care, call (321) 255-8122 or visit
- www.wuesthoff.org.


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Shorten your rant
I enjoy the Rants & Raves but it seems lately that people
are writing books. They are writing so much, it is boring.
Can't you limit (the rants) to a certain (number of) words?
Let's make (the rants) shorter.

Find money for schools

The stupid majority, or as they are known in Florida, the
Republican parry and all those who voted for Republican
legislators, have created a budget chaos in our state. (For-
mer Gov.) Jeb Bush and his cronies did away with the intan-
gible tax costing the state many millions in revenue. Then
they passed the so-called reduced property tax bill that cost
our educational system millions of dollars. Now the so-
called budget-cutting special session has cut more money
from Brevard schools, Brevard Community College, the
local state attorney's office and the public defender's office.
Other states have budget problems like Florida.
Many chose to increase taxes on cigarettes, gas or other
sales, but not Florida. Where is the outcry from those par-
ents who still.have children in school? The Republican
party's philosophy of no new taxes and taxes that favor the
rich will ruin our educational system and dramatically
reduce needed services. Our Republican legislators are not
listening, to the voters or to those who have children in
school. I'm 80 years old and ready to pay some type of tax to
save our county and state educational systems.

Fix traffic patterns

There are two intersections on Malabar Road (about
which) I do not understand. The first is at Malabar Road at
Exit 173, the southbound exit off Interstate 95. There are
two left turn lanes for Malabar and one right turn lane for
Palm Bay. These need to be reversed. Malabar has 3,000 res-
idents, Palm Bay has (more than) 80,000 (residents). The
traffic backs up on 1-95 at least a half-mile at rush hour, with
cars cutting in line when they realize that, if they don't
(exit), the next exit is .(at),Fellsmere, a 17-mile ride south
The fix looks pretty straightforward some painting and
traffic light reprogramming.
A similar situation exists.at BalWTck Street soutliboih nd.
Again, n\o left turn lanes fror Malabar and one right turn
: lane for Palm'Bay. Same easy fix.
C'mon Department of Transportation, let's do it right.
Editor's note: Public information officer Steve Olson of
the Florida Department of Transportation District Five
responded to this rant as follows:
A second right turn lane from southbound 1-95 to west-
bound Malabar Road is being constructed as part of an 1-95
: re.urfacing and median barrier project that began last
ionih. This is not simply an issue of restriping. The dual left
turn lanes are also necessary to handle traffic volumes at the
interchange. The department has also completed design fora
Paefi project to improve the Babcock Street Malabar Road
S intersection. That project will include the addition of a sec-
orpd right turn lane from southbound Babcock to westbound
Malabar Again, the existing dual lefts are also necessary, and
the intersection improvement requires the acquisition of
some right of way, which should be accomplished this year.
Construction is not yet funded.

*" Percentages

In response to the writer regarding riding a bicycle with
,. the flow of traffic as opposed to riding against the traffic:
If 15 percent of bicycle accidents are the result of riding
against the traffic, does that mean that even when I am rid-
ing with the traffic, I have an 85 percent chance of being
killed?
I am 85 years old. I ride my bicycle every day, most days
within the law. I suggest that those who make the law and
enforce it ride a bicycle in both directions on U.S. 1 between
3 and 6 p.m., but be especially careful on Fridays.

No doggie-dining here

Well Titusville, I guess you have passed your dog-friendly
dining ordinance because it was such a flop in Melbourne.
People avoided the restaurants. We intend to do the same.
SWe don't want to have to fight through doggie-doo to get to
a table.




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Derby delight


"-- As the Pinewood Derby
cars finish, Haley Walker,
9, of Melbourne, Cub
. ,Scouts Nicolas Sierra, 8, of
Palm Bay and Hunter
Linder, 8, of Melbourne
look to see who the
winners are. This
Pinewood Derby was
hosted at the First United
Methodist Church by Cub
Scout Pack 374.










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Thank you, stranger


This is for the elderly gentleman who recently assisted me
at the pool supply store. He was a customer, like myself,
who was leaving the store. He saw me struggling with my
walking cane and (a number of pool) supplies. Not only did
the gentleman carry in my empties, he placed the heavy
jugs beside my car.
Stranger, you made my day. This is from the thankful
other elderly man in the blue car.

Have you lived overseas?

In response to the person who wrote about the health
rationing system: The person who wrote that probably has
not lived in other countries. I have lived in four other coun-
tries as well as the United States and have experienced the
health systems in all those countries. I am 93 years old. I
don't think the person who wrote that knows what he is talk-
ing about. I have experienced health care in other countries
and it is not like that.

No more recycling
I have finally given up recycling. I don't know how many
times I have put my recycling bin at the end of my driveway
-only to have it passed-by while all my neighbors have no
problem. I have made several phone calls, but evidently it
hasn't penetrated. So now I'll just throw everything in the
regular trash. So much for trying to do the right thing.

Clean up your neighborhood

Your neighborhood is a reflection of you and your family. I
understand that your lives get very busy and you don't have
a lot of extra time but this suggestion should only take less
than a minute a week. If everyone would take personal
responsibility and clean up the trash and debris in front of
their house we would show visitors thatwe take pride in our
Palm Bay neighborhoods. There may be a vacant lot or an
abandoned house on your street that (you) can make the
extra effort to clean iup trash that has been tossed or
blown there. Come on neighbors, it is embarrassing. Take
pride (in your neighborhood).

Deport illegal immigrants

I wish (President) Obama and our country the best and
pray for him every morning and evening. However, we all
need to remember that he also has white heritage and what
really got him elected was his color. He has virtually no
experience and (I hope) he has surrounded himself with
people who do. The one thing that he could do for all of us is
to send all the illegal (immigrants) back to where they came
from. Then he wouldn't have to spend billions of our dollars
to find jobs for citizens.
Please notice when you pass road construction, building
construction, etc., who is doing this work. They are not
cleaning toilets, they have jobs that citizens who are unem-
ployed would love to have. Other presidents have done it,
why doesn't he?

Freedom of speech
As a youngster, I believed that the term "freedom of speech"
was a wonderful concept adopted by America when this
country was born. Somehow, I stupidly assumed that what-
ever "speech" we were talking about was truthful speech. The
term meant something you said when speaking to a group of
people and obviously no one would stand up in front of a
crowd and tell lies.
With the arrival of radio, TV, Internet, cell phones and all
other new communication systems, the term is extended to
all (those forms of communication). A few examples on
(how) the term is applied (follow):
In a legal court scene, witnesses are instructed that telling
a lie under oath is punishable under law. After being ques-
tioned, the witnesses for the prosecution and defense are dis-
missed. Then the jury, composed of randomly accepted peo-
ple, comes to a decision after hours or days of "closed door"
argument. Closed door means that what they discuss in ses-
sion is not available to the public or the representing lawyers,
At this point, the jury makes a statement and then the judge
makes a decision. Case closed.
Obviously, at this point it is clear that one of the witnesses
told lies, while the other one is congratulated for his truthful
testimony. Wait a minute. Why are the witnesses who backed
the wrong side of the argument not punished under the law?
They obviously lied under oath. Also, why are the minority of
jurors who argued the wrong side of the case not called to jus-
tice? And how about the judges who make the wrong decision
in the first place after later, legally challenged cases reverse
their decisions?
Complicated, stupid? Yes, but that's the way the system
works.


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Who's responsible?
I have been a heavy smoker for 42 years, during which time
I have paid a fortune in taxes for the privilege. I read (that) the
descendants of a smoker scored a $6 million judgment
against the tobacco industry. Total hogwash.
(During) my 61 years, I have never seen anyone holding a
gun to a person's head and ordering them to smoke a ciga-
rette. Nor have I seen anyone hold a gun to someone's head
and order them to eat a fast food cheeseburger that is chock
full of fat and bad cholesterol or a pizza or the supermarket
foods that are pre-prepared meals and likewise loaded with
fat and cholesterol. And how about that candy, ice cream and
fried chicken (that is) pushed in the delicatessens?
When my time comes, my descendants can sue the tobac-
co companies to get their $6 million, but while I'm alive, I
think it is time to aim my gun barrels at the purveyors of fat,
excessive sugar and bad cholesterol to see how they try to
subvert litigation for willfully being fully aware of the damage
they cause to their customers' health. .

Aid for whom?
One of the most despicable lies forced on the American
people is the concept of aid from any government.i l con-
stantly hear "they're not doing enough." Who isn't doing
enough? And what are "they" supposed to do? Think. Where
does aid come from? Not the government. And, remember,
anyone paying the bills says what is to be done.
Now, think about this: at any given point in time, there are
just so (many) resources available to do any task. There are
legitimate arguments about what tasks should be funded and
how much, but this does not change the basic argument.
There are just so many resources available at any point in
time. If you're one of those who pay your bills on time, you
understand this.
Assume there are 100 units of resources available to do that
"something." This could be health care, police and fire
departments, education, whatever. If the resources come
from Washington, D.C., first, the resources must be collected.
This is called taxation. Taxes. By whatever name you call it, it
is still taxation. It costs money to collect taxes, although the
IRS is actually quite efficient.
The resources must be sent to Washington. You pay the
price of the stamp. Once the resources are inside the beltway,
the fun begins. A federal agency in charge of "whatever"
receives the money and decides what to do with it.
Actually, Congress is supposed to decide, but somehow, I
doubt that my representative or senator ever actually read
and evaluate the federal budget ever.
The people (who) do the actual deciding have to be paid,
housed, etc. Being a retired federal employee, I am somewhat
familiar with the process. These people write the regulations,
another essay, and distribute resources according to anexact
and impartial formula. The resources then come back,
(minus) these costs and with stipulations, regulations, telling
you how to use the resources. So, you end up with about 85 of
those original 100 units and someone in the distance decid-
ing what you may or may not do.
Nice. Remember, it was yours in the beginning.

Return call, speak clearly

I placed a classified ad recently in (several newspapers)
and received calls with a call-back number. To many of the
callers who have not heard from me, I apologize.
Callers: please call again and repeat your numbers slowly
and distinctly so the machine can record the numbers
clearly for replay. Even after three or four replays, the last
two numbers are not clear.
Very frustrating.
Slowly, distinctly and repeated is the key if you want your
calls returned.

What can be done?
It seems strange that the city of Palm Bay has rules and
codes to build sheds, garages, etc., and limits the number of
dogs a home can have, but (they) do not act on this. Also, we
remember an article in another paper about people not pick-
ing up after their dogs walking along the Indian River and the
dog feces pollutes the (water).
What makes this strange is the fact that about two years
ago, people moved into a new home in southwest Palm Bay
on less than one-quarter of an acre of land. Seven people live
in this house. This area of Palm Bay has only septic systems
and well water. The septic system for this house is only about
80 feet from some private wells. The city also has swales to
help with the drainage problems of this area that go past
most private wells.
This home of seven people also has five pet dogs, puppies,
exotic birds, pigeons and rabbits. The garage is full of exotic
birds, puppies and animal food.
Once or twice a week, the cages are washed out with a hose.
The feces and other waste runs down the driveway and into
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Friday, March 27, 2009


Rants
From page A6
the swales, downhill, past the private
wells There are so many animals in the
garage that these people use the land
across the road from their home to park
a vehicle and a chair. They also use the
land next to them to store things on.
In the backyard of this home, three
huge pigeon coops have been built and
a huge rabbit condo full of fornicating
rabbits. These buildings are very crude-
ly built. We cannot believe they received
a permit for these coops and (this).
condo. These coops and (this) condo
are scraped of dried feces twice a week,
then cleaned with a shovel and a hosed
directly onto -the ground. Remember,
walking dogs along the Indian River
pollutes the river. And all five dogs use
the same yard as their bathroom.,
All of this waste flows onto the
ground, going near the private well and
swales. The neighborhood smells of
feces and pigeon (odors),, much like
chicken coop (odors).
The smell is so bad on certain days
'that, for blocks, the (people in the)
neighborhood cannot sit on their patios
or use their pools or backyards. All of
the neighbors have complained to code
enforcement and even to the board of
health. Young men come to the house to
check out the'pigeons quite often. The
rabbits, dogs, birds and pigeons are sold'
at the flea market.
Doesn't this constitute a home busi-
ness? Is that legal? The health issues of
the smells and waste going into our
drinking water is unbelievable. The risk
of these crudely-built buildings in a
high wind show a lack of regard for the
dangerous situation that it puts the
neighborhood in. Without help from
Palm Bay Code Enforcement, or the
Board of Health, maybe the neighbor-
hood will have to go to the media for
help, or hire a lawyer to make Palm Bay
the place it was a few years ago, not the
unhealthy, unsafe (place it has
become).

Think

I am not a professor, poet or politi-
cian, just a wife, mother, friend and
concerned citizen.
Whether black, white, brown, yellow,
red, young, old, big or small, short, tall,
rich or poor, male, female, gay or
straight, (or) of a different religion -
does it really matter as long as we all
have faith?
We are the same inside, with feelings
of love and heartbreak, hope, joy and
sorrow. We are all capable of giving a lit-
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communities. It can be the small
change in your pocket to charity. Spend
some time learning from our elders;
ladle soup or play with our youth.
Maybe we can stop our ever-growing
crime rate. You see in the words of Mar-
tin Luther King, "I have a dream."
If we can focus on our similarities
instead of our differences and emit love
instead of hate, maybe we can make
this world a better place.

Wasted food in the schools

We all know the schools are in need of
so much. Working in the (school) cafete-
ria, (we are) fearful of losing our jobs
during this time of school budget cut-
backs. Even though there is more work
put out every day, (the number of work-
ers remains the same).
Place your orders. We are now being
told the cafeteria (will) be run (like) a
restaurant dine-in or take-out. E-mail
your order, then pick it up or come in for
your meal. We will be selling onion rings,
wings, cheese sticks, egg rolls with duck
sauce and all baked goods in carryout
Styrofoam containers, all items at less-
than-reasonable prices. With no idea of
cost-per-item, the prices are arbitrary, at
best.
I was told by my supervisor that the
school cafeteria is open to the public.
Lunch is served from 10 a.m. to 12:30
p.m. Every penny helps and we are
working to make money. It pays our
wages. '
I read the (rant) about guarding the
hen house.
(Here at the school), we force the chil-
dren to get food they don't want because
all slots on the tray are to be filled. There
are too many entrees milk, cereals,
health food bars, egg muffins, pancakes,
waffles, (and more the children) don't
want. I have seen them walk out of the
cafeteria and throw nearly everything
into the trash, all because "they didn't
pay for it" and it's free. Nothing is free, so
why force a full breakfast on children
with items they don't get or refuse to eat
at home. Why is it not possible to let the
children pick and choose the breakfast
items they want?
We need to get rid of cake, cupcakes
with sugar icing piled high, sticky buns,
cookies, ice cream, chips and pretzels.
There are so many snacks available that
real food doesn't appeal to them. Come
(see for yourself) the tremendous
amount of (food) waste.
Our kitchen is spotless (with) no bugs.
We are all hard-working and take pride
in serving (the students in) our school.

Politicians thumb noses at us

Politicians don't get it any more


than the Wall Street chief executive
officers do.
(Florida House) Speaker (Ray) San-
som faces ethics charges, plus a grand
jury investigation. The GOP finally
forced him to resign as speaker. He
appointed his own successor. The
GOP allowed it. It reminds you of tax
assessor (Jim) Ford here in Brevard.
On and on the political scandals go.
(Rep.) Sansom's hand-picked suc-
cessor has now appointed him chair-
man of one committee and seated
him on several others, including
finance. Pardon? (Rep.) Sansom is
under investigation for finance issues.
Aren't' politics great? Once you're in
"the club," it matters not how you dis-
grace yourself, or shame your party.
You get plum jobs regardless.
Not to be outdone, Democratic sen-
ators in (Washington,) D.C., approved
a new head of the IRS who can't get his
own tax bill straight. He will punish
citizens for exactly the same conduct,
but, somehow, he is deemed worthy
to head the department. What is
wrong with this picture?
At least four (President) Obama des-
ignates for high office have -had to
withdraw so far, all for tax or legal rea-
sons. Either they lied about their situ-
ations, or, like (Rep.) Sansom here,
they got free passes, despite their dis-
mal records.
With (more than) 600 people in
Congress, and a good number in Tal-
lahassee, some fresh, untainted faces
would surely be very welcome. What
happened to the "change" (President)
Obaria promised? Has the Florida
GOP ever heard of integrity? Is (Rep.)
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AN IMPORTANT REMINDER FROM
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YOUR BREVARD COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR
Have you paid your property taxes yet?

March 31, 2009, is the last day to pay 2008 property taxes before they
become delinquent. Once they become delinquent on April 1, 2009,
there will be additional charges due. For Real Estate Property, if
payment is NOT PROCESSED in our office by 5:00 p.m. on
May 29, 2009, a tax certificate will be sold for these taxes, and your
property may be sold at a future date. For Tangible Personal Property,
any account that remains unpaid on June 30, 2009, will have a tax
warrant issued. At that time property assessed becomes subject to
seizure and sale.

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your tax bill, please call our office immediately 321-264-6969.

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Hunger Walk
set March 29
By Andrea Canterbury
For Hometown News
For its 20th year, the
South Brevard CROP
Hunger Walk will lead regis-
trants along three miles of
Melbourne in an effort to
raise awareness and funds
to overcome local hunger.
On March 29, participants
will walk on behalf of con-
tributors to the Church
World Service fight against
hunger at home and poverty
abroad. Eleven churches
and organizations have
teams for this year's walk.
Twenty-five percent of pro-
ceeds will benefit local char-
ities such as Daily Bread
Soup Kitchen and South
Brevard Sharing Center,
while 75 percent will be
donated nationally.
Events like the South Bre-
vard CROP Walk serve as
examples of just how much
the community supports
local charities.
"The South Brevard Shar-
ing Center is blessed to have
so many community part-
ners willing to raise money
on our behalf," said Greg
Jones, a board member for


the organization. "We don't
do a lot of huge fundraisers
here at the Sharing Center
so it allows us enough time
to do the mission that we
strive to do for the commu-
nity."
The South Brevard Shar-
ing Center provides emer-
gency assistance to all quali-
fied residents in the South
Brevard communities, said
Mr. Jones. It began in 1971
and last year, helped almost
27,000 south Brevard resi-
dents. The organization
provides food, clothing,
household goods, financial
assistance with utility bills
and help with security
deposits to find housing -
all free of charge to residents
who have demonstrated a
need.
"I'm guessing we see
almost 10 percent of the res-
idents and that's a scary
number," Mr. Jones said.
"That means that 10 percent
of the population is so close
to being homeless that they
end up here."
There are more than
550,000 residents in Brevard
County.
Mr. Jones said the center
has seen a recent spike in
the number of families in
need of assistance rather
than single adults or elderly


residents. And in a tough
economy where the organi-
zation relies on independ-
ent and charitable contribu-
tors, that means even
further strain on their
already limited budget.
Organizers of the CROP
walk have also seen a
decrease in sponsorship
activity for this year's walk in
comparison to 2008.
"I'm afraid that donations
from sponsors may be down
this year for the exact same
reason that the need is up,"
said Melanie Carnes, one of
the local organizers for the
walk, in an e-mail interview.
"People can't give what they
don't have and even some of
us lucky enough not to be
directly affected by the situ-
ation are conserving
resources."
Still, Ms. Carnes says
Church World Service is a
well-established agency, and
this is a really good cause, so
she remains optimistic.
Check-in begins at 1:30
p.m. and the walk starts at 2
p.m. For participation infor-
mation, contact Ms. Carnes
at (321) 727-0497 or via e-
mail at
MelanieCarnes@yahoo.co
m. To donate online, visit
www.CropWalk.org or call
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offers sweet treats


By Andrea Canterbury
For Hometown News
Have you got a sweet
tooth?
Well, the Zonta Club of
Melbourne has what you
need to satisfy those crav-
ings.
Chocoholics and treat-
lovers alike will converge
once again for the Zonta
Club of Melbourne's Fifth
Annual Chocolate Festival
this weekend.
"For a Sunday afternoon,
you can have a nice experi-
ence the chocolate, seeing
the water, walking along with
your family and visiting with-
out having to do anything
but just go and support a
worthy cause," said Diane
Baccus Horsley of Indialan-
tic.
The festival lasts from 11
a.m. to 4 p.m. at Front Street
Park in Melbourne. Accord-
ing to a Zonta Club press
release, proceeds from the
weekend support local
scholarship programs, com-
munity service projects and
Zonta's local and interna-
tional fight against human
trafficking.
The festivities begin with
the Causeway Walk on Satur-
day at 7 a.m. On Sunday, the
Chocolate Festival lineup
includes the Loco for Coco
chocolate tasting competi-
tion, chocolate cooking
demonstrations, raffles,
musical entertainment and
Art in the Park, where resi-
dents can view and buy art




Anthony Brewer
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Mr. Brewer,,was born in,
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mediums.
Ms. Baccus Horsley has
brought her family to the
Chocolate Festival since it
began at the Old Pineapple
Inn. As they've continued to
attend, more and more fami-
ly members have tagged
along. Last year, Ms. Baccus
Horsley said nine of her fam-
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experience the unique cre-
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She recalled when she saw
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motorboat with a chocolate
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when her love affair with the
sweet stuff began.
"My mother always has
chocolate in candy dishes
when we go over there," Ms.
Baccus Horsley said. "Some
people might have pepper-
mints, but my parents have
chocolate, so I think it's just a
natural family tradition."
The "Golden Ticket" week-
end pass costs $40 and grants
access to all events, including
the Causeway Walk on Satur-
day. General tickets to the
Chocolate Festival are $20,
and tickets to the Chocolate
Festival with a Kick are $30,
which includes wine and
chocolate martinis. For infor-
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Network with
the best
Young Professionals of
Brevard will host Access
2009, an opportunity to
network with the commu-
nity's business leaders,
Thursday, April 2, at the
Hilton Melbourne, 200
Rialto Place, Melbourne.
Keynote speaker will be
Emmy Award winning NBC
news correspondent Jay
Barbree.
Tickets for the event are
$50 and include dinner. For
information and reserva-
tions, call (321) 632-8222, e-
m a i I
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visit www.ypBrevard.com.

Plan for
retirement
Money Professionals,
1751 Sarno Road, Suite 5,
Melbourne, will host a
seminar titled "Social Secu-
rity for Boomers: What
Everyone Needs to Know to
Maximize Retirement
Income," from 5:30-7 p.m.


Thursday, April 2. Pizza will
be served or bring your
own light dinner.
Call (321) 752-5656, Ext.
12 to register.

Ball players
sought
Brevard County Parks &
Recreation will begin the
Brevard County Baseball
League-Roy Hobbs Divi-
sion for players age 28 and
older.
League Team is $1,800
per team and includes 15
league games plus double
elimination playoffs. Play
begins Sunday, April 19,
and will end prior to July 1.
This is a wood bat league.
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Sunday and week nights
according to field availabil-
ity and will take place at
Palm Bay Regional Park,
Viera Regional Park, Rock-
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park necessary.
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Lake Onega, Europe's
second largest lake. En
route, you will enjoy a stop
in the island village of
Kizhi where you can view
the collection of ancient
Russian wooden houses,
windmills and churches
highlighted by the famous
three-tiered
Preobranzhenskaya
(transfiguration) Church,
built in 1714 without a
single nail. Pretty amaz-
ing!
Continue cruising along
the Volga-Baltic Waterway,
which is a system of rivers
and canals spanning 229
miles and seven locks,
links the Volga River with
the Baltic Sea.
Arriving in Goritzy, a
typical Russian village;
here you will visit the
renowned Kirillov-Beloz-
ersky Monastery, founded
by St. Cyril in 1397. Onto
the city of Yaroslavl, one of
the Golden Ring cities
(ancient towns that
preserve the memory of
Russia's historical events)
here you can see the
Church of the Epiphany
and visit the Church of St.
Elija the Prophet, featur-
ing detailed frescoes and
icons and be treated to a
traditional choir perform-
ance.
The next stop is the
provincial village of
Uglich, another Golden
Ring city. See the former
Kremlin of Uglich and visit
the Church of St. Dmitry
on the Blood, built on the
site where Ivan the Terri-
ble's son Dmitry was
mysteriously killed.
Cruise through the night
to Moscow where you will
enjoy a couple of days
visiting the sights of
Moscow using the ship as
your hotel for the days you
are in Moscow, quite an
experience.
With the current eco-
nomic issues, you will find
early booking discounts
and additional on board
amenities being offered
for many of tours and
cruises. Take advantage of
these incredible fares.
Once things balance out,
the fares will go up.
Patty Toppa is a travel
consultant at Gadabout
Travel. She can be reached
at (321) 253-3674, by e-
mail at patty@cruisetrav-
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LAURIE DUANE




Missing a

massage
Certain things in life
become part of our
existence. For me,
therapeutic massage is one
of them.
I was in my forties before
I experienced my first
massage, but, oh, did I
become a fast fan. I had
wandered into a health
products store and, while
browsing through the
shelves of vitamins, herbal
supplements and literature,
overheard a satisfied
customer making an
appointment for a return
visit. After she left, the
massage therapist and the
store owner were chatting. I
approached them to check
out my purchases and was
greeted by friendly smiles,
warm welcomes and
answers to my questions
about therapeutic massage.
They quickly convinced me
to try one.
A week later, I was on the
table and treated to
paradise. I continued with
that particular massage
therapist, though not as
frequently as I wished, until
she moved away.
When I began working
for a weekly small town
newspaper in North
Carolina, I found that
hours in front of a comput-
er, as well as sitting in
meetings cramped in a
chair with a pen and
reporter's notebook
straddling my lap, left me
with tension knots in my
neck and frequent
headaches.
Deciding to try massage
for relief, I soon added a
weekly massage to my
Wednesday schedule,
following Tuesday night's
"putting the paper to bed"
process.
For the next several
years, I made therapeutic
massage a regular part of
my life.
Of course, like all good
habits in life, I gradually
drifted away from regularly
scheduled massage
appointments. It was no
coincidence that as my
financial situation dimin-
ished, so did my "feel-
good" sessions.
When I moved here three
years ago, my life was filled
with stress. As that melted
away and I settled into a
life of serenity and content-
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Art exhibit
scheduled to
run until June 1
By Jenet Krol
Krol@hometownnewsol.com
COCOA "Spray pain
and "surfboards" don't
often go together.
But for an art exhibit o:
graffiti art and painted
surfboards on display at
the Brevard Community
College Planetarium, the
two go together in perfect
harmony.
Featuring three local
artists, the exhibit display
the graffiti art of brothers
Jeff and Matt Noble and
the painted surfboards o
local tattoo artist, Mark
Longenecker.
Mr. Longenecker, owni
of EAdless Summer Tatto
in Cocoa Beach, began
painting surfboards in
2000. His first was for a
charity art show he
organized for the Joe
DiMaggio Children's
Foundation.
A graduate of Savanna]
College of Art and Desigr
in Savannah, Ga., Mr.
Longenecker, who has
been a tattoo artist for 15
years, said there isn't mu
difference between
tattooing and painting a
board.
"I feel like I'm tattooing
the board. Except for the
fact it doesn't talk to me 9
move. I feel a connection
more to the board than I
would to a canvas because



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FRIDAY, MARCH 27
Musical: "Seussical, Jr.,"
presented by Rising Stars
Theatre, a youth company.
Performances are Friday,
March 27, and Saturday,
March 28 at 7:30 p.m., and
Sunday, March .29, at 2 p.m.
at Titusville Playhouse, 301
Julia St., Titusville. Call (321)
268-1125 for tickets.
Atlantic Music Center:
25 S. Wickham Road, Mel-
bourne, will present Brian
and Ginny Gatchell, playing
selections by George Gersh-
win and other favorites, at
7:30 p.m. Friday, March
27. Tickets are $22 in
advance and $25 at the door.
Call (321) 768-2221 for tick-
ets and information.
UPCOMING EVENTS
'An Afternoon in the,
Park': hosted by the Histori-
cal Society of North Brevard


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Jeff Noble paints a wall in his style of graffiti art. His artwork, which he creates in col-
laboration with his brother, Matt, is on display at Brevard Community College's Plan-
etarium.


I'm working with some-
thing I love. I love to surf."
His first painted board,
titled, "Pray for Surf" is on
display at BCC. It features
h a pair of praying hands
n and is painted with paint
pens.
He describes the theme
5 of his painted boards as
ch tropical. He paints
underwater imagery, such
as sharks and mermaids,
and he just completed a
g board with a painting of
E the Cocoa Beach Pier.
or "It's a cool medium.
n Everyone uses canvases,
so this is exciting," he said.
se Examples of his art can


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Saturday, March 28, from
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Fox Lake
Park, 4400 Fox Lake Road,
Titusville. The event is free to
all and features a barbeque
lunch from noon to 2 p.m. for
$8, singer Chris Kahl, belly
dancers, exhibitors on histori-
cal topics and crafts. Tickets
are available at the museum,
at the gate or by calling (321)
514-0096.
Florida March for Peace:
2 p.m. Saturday, March 28.
Protestors will march from
Front Street Park, 2205 Front
St., to Melbourne City Hall,
900 E. Strawbridge Ave., Mel-
bourne, to hear a variety of
speakers and artists from
around the state.
Dance: Henegar Center
for the Arts, 625 East New
Haven Ave., Melbourne, pres-
ents "Celebration of Dance"
Sunday, March 29, at 2 p.m.
Call (321) 723-8698 for
information.
Blues vocalist: Nicole


be found at www.endless-
summertattoo.com.
Mr. Longenecker uses
both used and new boards.
He said he loves making a
used board look like new,
after painting it. He also
likes the paint pens
because he can work
quickly.
"The boards are func-
tional when I'm done. At
surf-fests I've painted
boards for people between
heats of a contest and they
go right back out."
Mr. Longenecker will
give a painting demonstra-
tion during a "Meet the
Artists" night April 3.


Hart will entertain at 2 p.m.
Sunday, March 29, at Earl's
Hideaway & Tiki Bar, 1405
Indian River Drive, Sebastian,
(772) 589-5700, and again
at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 4, at
The Beach Shack, 1 Minute-
man. Causeway, Cocoa
Beach, (321) 783-2250.
Concerto Winners and
Brevard Symphony Youth
Orchestra: will perform Sun-
day, March 29, at 3:30 p.m. at
Merritt Island High School,
100 E. Mustang Way, Merritt
Island. Admission is a canned
good or non-perishable food
item for the "Orchestra Feed-
ing America"national food
drive. Call (321) 652-6895
for information.
Palm Bay High School
Pirate Players: Thespian
Troupe No. 2606, will present
"Little Shop of Horrors,"
Wednesday, April 1, Thursday,
April 2, and Friday, April 3, at
7 p.m. Admission is $5. Per-
formances are at the high


He said he never knows
what he will paint before-
hand, and just lets inspira-
tion grab him.
On display alongside Mr.
Longenecker's painted
surfboards is the graffiti
art of the Noble brothers.
Like Mr. Longenecker,
surfing was an inspiration
behind Jeff Noble's art.
"I started out painting
surfboards for my friends,"
said Mr. Noble, a graduate
of BCC. "They would want
their names in graffiti
lettering. I went online
and looked through art
See GRAFFITI, B2


school, 101 Pirate Lane, Mel-
bourne. For information, call
(321) 952-5900, Ext. 5052.
'Leading Ladies': by Ken
Ludwig. will be presented by
Satellite High School drama
students Thursday, April 2
through Saturday, April 4 at
7:30 p.m. Performances will
take place in the auditorium
of SHS, 300 Scorpion Court,
Satellite Beach. Tickets are
$10 for adults and $5 for chil-
dren and students. For infor-
mation, call (321) 779-2000
or e-mail rion.fount@bre-
vardschools.org.
'Name That Tune': host-
ed by the Brevard Symphony
Orchestra Central Guild at 6
p.m. Friday, April 3,. at the
Four Seasons condominium
recreation room, 3799 S.
Banana River Blvd., Cocoa
Beach. Admission is $10 and
prizes will be awarded to
winners. Call (321) 784-2565
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Charity social and tea:
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books to make mine look
better. When I actually saw
well-done graffiti ait with
colors and murals, I got
interested in it."
His first artwork project
came in 2006 as a senior at
Melbourne High School.
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five artists working together
to break the world record
for the longest graffiti scroll.
The theme of their painting
was the four freedoms of the


son. For information and tick-
ets, call (321) 385-1251.
The American Belly Dance
Club will present a belly dance
show at the Henegar Center,
625 East New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne, Saturday, April 4, at 7
p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance
and $20 at the door. For tickets,
call (321) 726-0171 or visit
www.ambellydanceclub.com.
'AIDA,' a rock-musical with
music and lyrics written by Elton
John and Tim Rice, tells the
story of star-crossed lovers in


United States: freedom of
speech, freedom from want,
freedom from fear and
freedom from worship.
Their 1,044-foot long
mural covered a canvas that
was 6 feet high.
It was on this project that
his brother, Matt Noble, 19,
started working alongside
Jeff.
"I saw him sketching in
notebooks, but he always
kept it to himself. When I
started on the project at
school I got him to help,"
said Mr. Noble.fl
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show will run Friday, April 3,
through Sunday, April 19, at
Cocoa Village Playhouse, 300
Brevard Ave., Cocoa, with per-
formances Thursdays, Fridays
and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m., and
matinees on Saturdays and
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on most projects. All of the
works on display at BCC,
which are aerosol paintings
on canvas, are created as
collaborations between the
two brothers.
Their artwork is also
featured in an art book
titled, "Miami Graffiti."
"I like graffiti art so much
because it's different to this
area. I like bringing some-
thing new to Melbourne
and showing that (graffiti)
can be positive if it's done in
the right places."
The exhibit is scheduled
to run until June 12.
A "Meet the Artists" with
painting demonstrations is
scheduled for April 3 from'
7:30 to 9 p.m.
Tickets are $7 and include
admission for two adults.
The BCC planetarium is
located at 1519 Clearlake
Road, Cocoa.
The exhibit hall is open
Wednesday from 1:30 -4:30
p.m., Friday from 6:30-10:30
p.m. and Saturday from
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Magician Brandon
Smith will make a special
guest magically appear at
the Easter Breakfast Satur-
day, March 28, at 9 a.m. at
Piccadilly Restaurant, Mer-
ritt Square Mall, 158 E. Mer-
ritt Island Causeway, Merritt
Island. Mr. Smith will per-
form magic until 10 a.m.
For information and reser-
vations, call (321) 452-3272
or e-mail mocook@glimch-
er.com.
The Living Last Supper:
dramatization will recreate
Leonardo daVinci's painting
"The Last Supper." The 12
apostles speak their minds
to themselves, to each other
and to the Lord in light of
Jesus' words, "One of you
will betray me."
Presentations will be:
7 p.m. Friday, April 3, at
Asbury Arms, 1430 Dixon


Blvd., Cocoa
7 p.m. Maundy Thurs-
day, April 9, at Grace United
Methodist Church, 65 Nee-
dle Blvd., Merritt Island.
7 p.m. Saturday, May 2 at
the National United
Methodist Campers Rally,
Thousand Trails Resort,
2110 U.S. 27, Clermont
The drama premiered on
Palm Sunday in 1954 at Elm
Avenue Methodist Church
in Portsmouth, Va.
Admission is free. Call
(321) 454-3970.
Eggfest, a spring festival,
will be hosted by Brevard
County Parks and Recre-
ation Saturday, April 4, from
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Eggfest will
be at Micco Park, 9655
Riverview Drive, Micco.
Admission is $3 per child;
adults are free.
Designed for children in


preschool through sixth
grade, activities will include
an egg hunt, games, crafts,
face-painting, balloons and
bounce houses. Children
must be accompanied by an
adult.
Call (772) 663-8748 for
information.
Palm Sunday, April 5: 11
a.m. service at Rockledge
United Methodist Church,
1935 S. Fiske Blvd., Rock-
ledge, will feature the
church's youth ministry and
musician Nic Billman of
Aldersgate Renewal Min-
istries as guest speaker. The
service will include Holy
Communion. Call (321) 632-
7387.
Community Easter Fest:
3 p.m. Activities. 6 p.m. Din-
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Calendar


SATURDAY,
MARCH 28

Trash and treasure
sale: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Peace
Lutheran Church Meeting
House, 1801 Port Malabar
Blvd., Palm Bay. (321) 768-
6286.
Savannahs Ladies'
Club Championship: 9


a.m. The Savannahs Golf
Course, 3915 Savannahs
Trail, Merritt Island. Entry
fee is $25. Call (321) 455-
1375 for information.
Sanctuary workday: 9
a.m. to noon. Scottsmoor
Scrub Sanctuary. State
Road 46 east to U.S. 1,
north for six miles to 5300
North U.S. 1, Mims. (321)
264-5185.


'Your Passport to Suc-
cess:' 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Bre-
vard Community College,
Palm Bay campus, Gen.
Titus C. Hall Center, Build-
ing No. 1, 250 Community
College Parkway, Palm Bay.
(321) 632-1111.
Art festival: 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Manatee Sanctuary
Park, Thurm Boulevard,
Cape Canaveral. (352) 344-


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Craft fair and flea mar-
ket: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Viera
Regional Community Cen-
ter, 2300 Judge Fran
Jamieson Way, Viera. (321)
433-4891.
Meet Clifford: the "big
red dog." 11 a.m. Barnes &
Noble, 1955 W. New Haven
Ave., West Melbourne.
(321) 726-8817.
Fashion show:
fundraiser for National
Society Daughters Ameri-
can Revolution. 11:30 a.m.
Rockledge Country Club,
1591 S. Fiske Blvd., Rock-
ledge. Cost is $25. (321)


Explore
From page B

ment, my need for massage
did not become apparent
until I again began spend-
ing hours working in front
of a computer.
With my job now, I spend
eight-to-10 hours a day
fixated on my computer
screen.
At the beginning of the
year, having a little extra
money left from holiday
gift-giving, I took advantage
of a four-week special at A
Better Way to Health, 1954
Dairy Road, Melbourne. Not
only did I receive a made-
to-order massage from
therapist Coleman Lynch, I


453-5052.
All about manatees: 1
p.m. Merritt Island
National Wildlife Refuge
Visitor Center, State Road
403, five miles east of U.S.
1, Titusville. To reserve, call
(321) 861-5601.
The Sons of Norway: 2-
5 p.m. MeMaws Bar-B-Q,
4916 Babcock St. N.E.,
Palm Bay. All Scandina-
vians and descendants
thereof. (321) 253-8977.
Ballroom and Latin
dancing: for singles and
couples of all levels. Mel-
bourne Ballroom, 830 N.
Wickham Road, Mel-
bourne. (321) 255-1537.
Cost is $10 per person.


was treated to a half-hour at
each session on the Migun
bed.
The Migun has jade stone
rollers that roll up and down
the meridian of the back,
but also benefits the
shoulders and neck. My first
time on the Migun, I used
added padding in the form
of a foam strip, but during
the last three sessions, I
opted to go without the
padding.
Anexternal infrared heat
device may be placed on the
abdomen to help liquefy
fatty tissue, or on the
shoulders to reduce tension.
This device is designed to
help reduce high blood
pressure.
In my recent quest for


SUNDAY,
MARCH 29

Jazz band: 11 a.m. to 2
p.m. Space Coast Fron-
tenac Flea Market, 5605
North U.S. 1, Port St. John.
Call (321) 636-3343 or visit
www.crittersavers.com.

TUESDAY,
MARCH 31

Basic water aerobics:
6-6:50 p.m. Palm Bay
Aquatic Center, 420 Com-
munity College Parkway,

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another car, I have had to
forego my massage ses-
sions. Saving every spare
dollar has included not
spending dollars, even for
the betterment of my
health. But be assured it is
only a matter of time before
I return to my favorite and
most effective solution for
relieving stress and elimi-
nating neck and shoulder
pain: therapeutic massage.
Explore the many estab-
lishments which offer
therapeutic massage.
Services and fees are
available to suit most
budgets. Cosmetology
schools offer massage at
reduced rates, but local
firms often host special
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Clubs & classes


American Business
Women's Organization:
Fourth Tuesday, 6 p.m. Eau
Gallie Yacht Club, 100 Datu-
ra Drive, Indian Harbour
Beach. (321) 693-2077.
American Association
of University Women: Third
Saturday. Open to women
with two-year or four-year
college degrees. (321) 723-
9355.
Beach Gardeners Club:
Third Tuesday, 6:45 p.m.
October to November and
January to May, Melbourne
Beach Community Center,
509 Ocean Ave., Melbourne
Beach. (321) 729-9563.
Bonsai Society of Bre-
vard: Third Saturday, 2 p.m.
Melbourne Public Library,
540 Fee Ave., Melbourne.
(321) 255-4064.
Brevard Democrats:
Third Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Agricultural Center, 3459
Lake Drive, Cocoa. Regis-
tration for new members at
6:30 p.m. (321) 773-4596 or
visit www.brevarddemoc-
rats.org.
Brevard Now: Fourth
Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. 192 Grill,
1212 E. Strawbridge Ave.,
Melbourne. (321) 727-3636.
Brevard Watercolor
Society: 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 Bre-
vard: First Wednesday,
11:30 a.m. Melbourne Pub-
lic Library, 540 Fee Ave.,
Melbourne. (321) 723-7787


Calendar
From page B4

south of the Brevard Com-
munity College campus in
Palm Bay. Fee is $3 per
class. (321) 952-2232.
Divorce recovery
workshop: 7-9 p.m. Sun-
tree" United Methodist
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or visit www.ccbrevard.com.
Citizens for Constitu-
tional Property Rights:
Third Monday, 6:30 p.m.
Locations vary.. (321) 453-
4729.
Citizens for Florida's
Waterways: Fourth
Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. Loca-
tions vary. (321) 449-0827.
Harbor City Harmoniz-
ers: Each Tuesday, 7:15 p.m.
Trailer Haven Community
Center building, 1205 Eddie
Allen Road, Melbourne.
(321) 779-4802 or, visit
www. harmonize. com/lhcizr-
monizers.
Helping Hands Crochet
Club: First Sunday, October
through June. 1-3 p.m.
Alumni House of Florida
Institute of Technology,
2510 Country Club Road,
Melbourne. (321) 951-7320.
Indialantic Rotary
Club: Each Wednesday,
12:15 p.m. Eau Gallie Yacht
Club, 100 Datura Drive,
Indian Harbour Beach.
(321) 255-2000 'or visit
wwuw.indialanticrotary.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. Begin-
ner's class offered. (321)
768-7869.
Jewish War Veterans:
Post 639, second Sunday,


Church, 7400 N. Wickham
Road, Suntree. Childcare is
available as well as a pro-
Sgram for children of
divorce. Call (321) 302-
0717 or e-mail sfrancis-
co40@aol.com.

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September to June, 9:30
a.m. Call for location. (321)
433-3025.
Knights of Columbus:
Bishop Verot council No.
5845, first and third Tues-
day, 7:30 p.m. Holy Name of
Jesus Catholic Church, 3050
N. Highway A1A, Indialan-
tic. (321) 727-1937.
Laureate Epsilon Iota:
Chapter of Beta Sigma
Sorority. Second Monday,
7:30 p.m. Call (321) 723-
2250 for location.
Laureate Zeta Sigma:
Second and fourth Monday,
7:30 p.m. September
through May at various
locations. (321)'676-7949.
Libertarian Party: Third
Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. Kay's
Barbecue, 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
Harbour Beach. (321) .773-
8664.
Melbourne Beach
Rotary Club: Each Tuesday,
7:30 a.m. Beach Street
Eatery, 302A Ocean Ave.,
Melbourne Beach.
Moms Club: for stay-at-
home moms. Second Fri-
day, 10 a.m. Satellite Beach
Library, Satellite Beach.
(321) 777-2616.


a.m. bingo, 11:45 a.m. exer-
cise, noon general meeting.
Kiwanis Island Park Recre-
ation Center, Merritt Island.
. Call (321) 480-6575 for infor-
mation.
Basic water aerobics: 6-
6:50 p.m. Palm Bay Aquatic
Center, 420 Community
College Parkway, south of
the Brevard Community


National Association of
Active and Retired Federal
Employees: Chapter 609.
Fourth Thursday, 11 a.m.
Melbourne Square Mall,
New Haven Ave. (321) 242-
8525.
Republican Women's
Network of S. Brevard:
Third Thursday, Eau Gallie
Yacht Club, 100 Datura
Drive, Indian Harbour
Beach. (321) 728-4424.
Scots American Soci-
ety: Second Wednesday,
6:30 p.m. Front Street Civic
Center, Melbourne. For
those of Scottish heritage or
those interested in the cul-
ture. (321) 254-9752.
Scribblers of Brevard:
Second and fourth Satur-
day, 9:30 a.m. Eau Gallie
Public Library, 1521
Pineapple Ave,, Melbourne.
(321) 255-1984.
Seabee Veterans of
America: Third Saturday, 11
a.m. Don's Famous Hoa-
gies, 784 S. Apollo 'Blvd.,
Melbourne. (321) 725-0900.
Seaside Stitchers: First
Monday, 9 a.m. Lutheran
Church of the Redeemer,
corner of Babcock Street
and Avenue A, Melbourne.
(321)724-1421. f
Society of Registered
Nurses Retired: Florida
Space Coast Chapter. Sec-
ond Monday, 11 a.m. The
Tide NCO Club, Patrick Air
Force Base, Satellite Beach.
(321) 449-0633.
Space Coast African
Violet Club: First Saturday,
1:30 p.m. Melbourne Beach
Public Library, 324 Ocean


College campus in Palm Bay.
Fee is $3 per class. (321) 952-
2232.
Ballroom dance lessons:
7-8:30 p.m. First United
Methodist Church of Cocoa,
825 Forrest Ave., Cocoa, in
Hughlett Hall. Cost is $2. All
ages are welcome; partner is
nqt -necessary. (32s1) 636-
;4 1.. - P;.


Ave., Melbourne Beach.
Space Coast Inventors
Guild: Fourth Saturday, 2
p.m. Eau Gallie Public
Library, 1521 Pineapple
Ave., Melbourne. (321) 768-
1234.
Space Coast Parrot
Head Club: Third Friday, 7
p.m. Nautical Spirits, 2700
Harbortown Drive, Merritt
Island. Visit www.space-
coastparrotheads.com.
Space Coast Peggers:
Local cribbage club. Mon-
days, 6 p.m. 300 S. Sykes
Creek, Merritt Island. (321)
632-2088.
Space Coast Wine Guild:
Fourth Thursday, 7 p.m.
DRS Community Center,
1089 S. Patrick Drive, Satel-
lite Beach. (321) 956-1894.
U.S. Air Force Security
Force Association: Space
Coast chapter meets second
Wednesday at 11:30 a.m.,
at The Tides Collocated
Club, State Road A1A,
Patrick AFB. Call (321) 243-
8919.
USS Relentless: Starfleet
International Chapter. Sec-
ond Monday, 7:30 p.m. (321)
952-7187 or e-mail co@uss-
relentless.com.


Cocoa Village Play-
house: 300 Brevard Ave.,
Cocoa. Call (321) 636-5050.
Henegar Center for the
Arts: 625 E. New Haven
Ave., Melbourne. Call (321)
723-8698.
Melbourne Civic The-
atre: Located at 817 E.
Strawbridge Ave., Mel-
bourne. Call (321) 723-6935.
Surfside Playhouse:
Located at 300 Ramp Road,
Cocoa Beach. Call (321)
783-3013.
The Theatre Company:
Not affiliated with but per-
forms at Brevard Commu-
nity College, 250 Communi-
ty College Parkway, Palm
Bay. Call (321) 723-3056 or
visit www.theatreco.org.
Titusville Playhouse:
Located at 301 Julia St.,
Titusville. Call (321) 268-
1125.


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Easter
From page B3
Prince of Peace Church in
Viera 6895 Murrell Road,
Viera. Event features East-
er egg hunt,. prizes,
bounce house, face-pairit-
ing, balloon animals, snow
cones and barbeque din-
ner. Call (321) 253-9102 or


visit www.popv.org.
Easter Sunday, April
12: 11 a.m. service at
Rockledge United
Methodist Church, 1935 S.
Fiske Blvd.,. Rockledge,
will feature church pastor
the Rev. Ted Wood and
Easter music. Call (321)
632-7387.

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Meatballs, sausage, ribs, brasciole and a special cake recipe


Hello smart shoppers,
hope you had a good
week.
This week's column has
additions to my spaghetti
sauce that completes the
feast. A Casatta cake or a
cannoli cake, an Italian
specialty, tops off the menu.
Ricotta, the soft creamy
cheese used in pasta dishes,
is also used in fillings and
frostings for cakes. Love
cannoli? The filling is made
with ricotta.
Enjoy. See you next week.

ITALIAN MEATBALLS
serves 4 or more
regular or low fat
When you use fresh
grotmd beef, meatballs can
be low fat. My meatball
recipe was handed down to
my mother. A combination
of ground beef, pork and
veal can be used, but we
prefer them only with beef.
I can remember as a
teenager being told, "there
are seven ingredients in the


recipe plus the meat." You
must count on your fingers:
salt, pepper, egg, garlic,
cheese, parsley and bread.
If you use regular ground
chuck or beef, which
contains a fair amount of
fat, the seven ingredients
rule still holds true. When
using fresh, virtually fat-free
ground beef, an eighth
ingredient must be added to
keep the meatballs from
going flat, and that is bread
crumbs.
NOTE: Using fresh ground
beef? Add 2 tablespoons
extra virgin olive oil per
pound.

1 pound fresh ground fat-
free beef
2 large eggs, an equivalent
amount of egg substitute,
or 3 egg whites
4 slices white bread, or
equivalent of Italian bread
(preferred)
2 medium cloves garlic,
chopped
I tablespoon plain bread
crumbs
1 teaspoon salt


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1/2-teaspoon black
pepper
5 or 6 sprigs fresh Italian
parsley, chopped, or 1
tablespoon, dried
1 handful grated Romano
cheese

Soak bread in water,
squeeze dry. If using Italian
bread, remove as much of
the crust as possible.
Place all ingredients in a
bowl and mix with your
hands. Shape into balls a
little larger than a golf ball.
Place on a cookie sheet that
has been treated with
cooking spray. Bake at 350-
degrees for about 30
minutes. Meatballs should
then be cooked in the
spaghetti sauce for 30
minutes. Over cooking will
make them fall apart.

ITALIAN SAUSAGE
FOR SPAGHETTI
SAUCE '
To reduce the fat, cut
sausage into 3- or 4-inch
pieces. Prick all over with a
fork and bake on racks in a
cookie sheet at 350 degrees
for about 30 minutes. Add to
spaghetti sauce and cook


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HINT: If you use both
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place a toothpick in the hot
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PORK SPARE RIBS
FOR SPAGHETTI
SAUCE
serves 4-5

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

BRACIOLE
SERVES 6
Ask the butcher for
brasciole. Years ago, flank
steak was used. Today we
use round steak. This is my
family's recipe. I recently
had brasciole with a sprin-
kling of breadcrumbs added
to the meat and it was very
good.
1 pound brasciole
3 or 4 large cloves garlic,
chopped
Several sprigs fresh Italian
parsley, chopped
Grated Romano cheese
Salt and pepper
White butcher's string


Taylor
Fuller

U.S. Air Force Airman Tay-
lor K. Fuller has graduated
from basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base in
San Antonio.
Airman Fuller is the son of
Christopher and Sondra
Fuller of Melbourne and a
:2007 graduate of Satellite
High School in Satellite
Beach.


Spaghetti sauce


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

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

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

Beat ricotta in a large
bowl until smooth. Add
sugar, chocolate, nuts and
candied fruit (save the best
pieces of fruit to decorate
top of cake).


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and Kathleen Queen, all of
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High School in Melbourne.


Cut cake into thin layers (3
or 4), moisten top of layers
with liqueur, spread a little
jam over top of layer and top
with some ricotta mixture.
Continue stacking layers,
leaving top of cake plain.
Chill until set, (at least 2
hours). Cover top with
leftover ricotta mixture,
whipped cream or dust with
confectioner's sugar.
Decorate with reserved fruit.
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creations, made me begin to
note that all around me were
varied, colorful, textured
expressions of intensity.
The earth, in its natural
state, stood at attention under
the heavens where God
watches over all to perform
His pre-determined will for
each of us.
I considered how God
made each of us to be
contributors to His plan and
how there is purposein the
uniquely different designs of
each of us.
,Still gazing on the grandeur
of the mountain tops, I was
comforted to note the
solidness of God's plan for
every living thing. No matter
what level of life each had
been given, each has a
purpose and, therefore, holds
value within itself.
Tall and stately trees stood
erect, as' protectors of the
space their trunks were
stationed on, while adding
beauty to the mountains,
along with the power of


T ne trees filter me surface of
the mountains and set depths
for seeking eyes to probe.
I was impressed by the
worthiness of all that was
around me, how all were
created by God. Each seemed
to be so submitted to Him in
all theywere and in their
contribution to support His
planned intention. There was
no struggle to be what they
weren't.
That is not the case with
man. I was reminded of the
scripture found in 1 Corinthi-
ans 15:10, where the apostle
Paul talked about being who
he was, by the grace of God.
Paul said: "I am what I am, by
God's grace."
How wonderful it would be
for us to embrace who we are
by God's grace and not let
intruders make us dissatisfied
with our God-given design.
I looked at the mountain
that stood majestically, where
untold mysteries of expres-
, sions awaited those seeking
to experience the uncommon


JUeer ant UUears, wi tur eya
and rabbits, as well as other
creatures, walked those paths.
They had a place there along
with thousands of birds and
insects.
The wind dancing through
the trees made a melody with
the birds. Some sounds were
distinct and others were a
background, yet there was no
conductor for their harmo-
nious masterpiece. At intervals
of silence, no one applauded
their song. Birds, just being
who they were, gave freely their
contribution.
Noting how the surround-
ings stood and functioned in
their calling, I thought, "Isn't
that a key for us, that we live in
a manner worthy of our
Creator's design, not allowing
our lives to be devastated by
damages that come our way?"
We can choose to honor our
Creator over what creation has
done to us.We often lt
flammable times in our lives
leave us barren, unbecoming
and uninviting to others.Why


have whatwe need to be a
contributor to our families,
churches and communities. The
generationwe live in and leave
behind needs us.
Through God, the streams of
our lives are to be as fresh as
sweet springwater, notbitter
water that get polluted by
travelers who have tampered
with what is not theirs to violate.
Whylet anything make our
sweetwaters bitter?
We're here to please God, our
creator, maker and designer:By
doing that, we'll please others
and ourselves. Letus be true to
the truth ofwho God has called
us to be. His plan and design of
usis perfect Letus make no
apology forwho we are, bythe
grace of God.
Letuslive according to our
designer's plan.
Pastorjanna Hogan leads
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St., Melbourne. Call (321) 724-
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An alternative


A computer without
productivity software
s kind of like a truck
without gas. You're not going
to get a lot of work done with
it.
Sure, in a truck without gas
you could sit in the cab and
talk on the citizens band
radio, but you are not going
to be doing what the truck
was designed for: hauling
cargo. -
On a computer without
productivity software, you
can still surf the Web, chat
and send e-mail, but try to
do anything really produc-
tive, such as work on a word
processor document,
spreadsheet or database, and
you will quickly find yourself
going nowhere fast.
Unfortunately, many
computers do not come with
any productivity software at
all (unless the machine
comes loaded with 'a trial
version that only works for a
month or two), leaving
people stuck trying to figure
out how to open common
work-related files.
Then, to make matters
worse, people find out that it
can cost hundreds of dollars
to purchase an office suite to
open common business files.
Talk about frustration.
So what exactly do I mean
by productivity software and
an office suite? Well, the most
prolific package out there
has to be the Microsoft Office
suite (a suite is a bundle of
separate programs that all
work together) and it's this
suite that most businesses
rely on daily to open, edit
and manipulate basic office
type files such as documents
and spreadsheets.
The Microsoft Office suite
(typical package) will include
MicrosoftWord, Excel;
Access, Outlook and Power
Point.
Word is Microsoft's
flagship word processor;
Excel is its spreadsheet
program; Access is for
databases; Outlook is for
calendar, enterprise e-mail
and contact management;
and Power Point is a program
for creating slideshow
presentations.
All are the typical work- *
related applications rolled
into one software package.
And the price for this


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package?
On Microsoft's Web site,
the upgrade (for a machine
that comes with a trial
version) runs $329 for the
Microsoft Office professional
version. The full version
costs a whopping $499.
Understandably, this can
come as quite a shock to
someone who orders a
computer expecting itto be
able to doeveyytilingAjhey
need t to do right out of the
box.
I am happy to inform you
that there is a free solution
available.
If you are one of the many
people who have just
received a new computer
only to find out that you can't
open Excel files or edit Word
documents and you aren't
too happy with the thought
of having to spend more
money to do so, then go to
www.openoffice.org.
There you will find an
office productivity suite that
is able to keep up with all the
files that you would typically
need Microsoft Office to
open. And it's free.
Open Office is what is
called an "open source"
product that is constantly in
development. Open source
products are free because
users contribute to the
development and support of
the project. In order for a
program to be considered
open source, there are few
restrictions on licensing and
distribution.
What that means is that it
is perfectly acceptable
(encouraged, even) to
download open source
software and pass it around.
You just cannot charge
anyone for it.
So, let's talk a bit about the
Open Office suite of produc-
tivity programs and what is
included. As of March 19,
Open Office version 3.0.1 is
available. Click the green
arrow button next to "I want
to download
'OpenOffice.org" on the
opening page).


icey office
It includes Writer (a word
processor), Calc (for spread-
sheets), Base (for databases),
Impress (for presentations),
Draw (for image editing) and
Math (for mathematical
functions).
What you will not get are
pop-up, spam, viruses or
any type of official technical
support.
The nice thing about this
software suite is it will put an
end to being unable to open
Excel orWord documents if
you don't want to have to
shell out big bucks to install
Microsoft Office.
The whole thing down-
loads and installs easily and .
is simple to use; it is much
smaller than die Microsoft
Office package (but it will
take a long, long while to
download if you have.
dialup). If you have used a
word processor or spread-
sheet before you will have no
problem transitioning to
Open Office. It's a snap.
Sean McCarthy fixes
computers. He can be reached


are


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help@ComputeThisOnline.c
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Maximize your plants' moisture during drought conditions


Since the beginning of
2009, I have only
recorded .24 inches of
precipitation at my weather
station.
We are in an extremely
dry state and there is no
immediate change in this
weather pattern.
In addition, water restric-
tions are in place and there
are only certain days that
we can properly water our
plants. With these condi-
tions in place, it is impera-
tive to choose plants that
are resistant to drought
conditions.
To create a landscape that


GARDEN .-
NOOK "
JOE ZELENAK



is easy to maintain in
drought conditions, it is
important to group like
plants together. This will
help make watering your
plants much easier, because
all the plants in a particular
group will have the same
needs.
For example, if you want
to use annuals or other


plants that require more
water, place them all
together in a grouping.
On the other hand, if you
have plants that require
minimal watering such as
crown of thorns,
bougainvillea and succu-
lents, try to keep them in
another grouping.
By organizing your plants
this way, watering will not
only be easier, it will be
more enjoyable and require
less time.
One factor that is often
overlooked when purchas-
ing your plants is the quality
of the product. Where you


buy your plants is almost as
important as what choices
you make in plant species.
When choosing plants
that will withstand extreme
elements that Florida often
offers, local mom and pop
plant growers will often
offer the best quality plants
for the money.
In addition, the plants
are grown right here in our
local area and are well
adapted to local condi-
tions.
So the next time you are
out and about, and you
pass that small local
nursery you never pay
attention to, stop and look
around. Chances are you
will find some great plants
that will hold up very well
in your local area.
In addition to designing
your gardens for maximum
water efficiency, you
should also design your turf
area for the same. As I
mentioned in earlier
columns, you can increase
the watering efficiency of
yotir yard by using strategic
methods of decreasing your
lawn area. You can create
islands that are filled with
decorative stone and
interesting lawn orna-
ments.
Another tip for maximiz-


ing water efficiency is to
install an irrigation system.
A properly- configured
system will cover all the
areas of your yard without
wasting water.
These systems can be
configured to water on days
that are designated for your
area without any interac-
tion on your part.
In addition, when
properly installed, the
system will turn off auto-
matically when it rains, so
you do not waste any water.
When you are dealing
with larger trees and
shrubs, it is often difficult
to get enough water on
them to deeply penetrate
down to the roots. This is
where proper mulching will
take effect. A heavy dose of
mulch will go a long way in
preserving the moisture
around your trees and
bushes, so they will fare
better between watering
cycles.
Although you may be
tempted to run out to your
favorite retailer and buy a
truckload of cypress mulch,
remember that there are
natural choices that look
great and help preserve our
natural resources.
If your plants are of the
acid loving variety, you can


use natural pine needles as
mulching material. You can
also use hay to help pre-
serve moisture around your
plats. Hay is being used
more by local communities
in the landscaping effects
of streets and parks.
You can also create your
own mulch by using the
vacuum feature of your gas
or electric powered blower.
Simply rake the majority
of the leaves in your yard to
one location and use the
vacuum of your blower to
pick up and pulverize the
leaves and grass. Use the
contents of the vacuum bag
around your plants. This is
both conservative and
much less expensive then
buying commercially
produced mulches from a
store.
As you can see, there are
many ways to help beat the
drought and still keep your
plants looking as good as
possible. Happy planting,
and I will see you again
next week.

Joe Zelenak has 26 years
experience in gardening
and landscape. Send e-
mails to hometowngar-
den@gmail.cbm or visit-his
Web site, www.hometown-
garden.com.


Risk factors for a


stroke, part 2


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This week I'll discuss
the risk factors for
stroke. There are quite
a few, but some, such as
high blood pressure, are
easily controlled and may
prevent the onset of other
risk factors such as heart
disease.
There are some risk
factors you can't do any-
thing about.
Age. The risk doubles for
eachdecade after.ige 55,
although ouinger people
do have strokes '
Family history and race.
Your risk is greater if a close
relative had a stroke.
African-Americans have a
higher risk as well.
Gender. Stroke is more
common among men, but
women are more likely to
die of a stroke if they have
one. Birth control pills and
pregnancy pose special
risks.
Prior stroke, transient
ischemic attack or small
stroke and heart attack
increase the risk of major
stroke.
There are also risk factors
that can be controlled.
High blood pressure.
This is the most control-
lable risk factor.
Cigarette smoking.
Smoking is an important
risk factor as chemicals in
cigarettes damage the


cardiovascular system. The
use of oral contraceptives
while smoking further
increases the risk.
Diabetes. While diabetes
doesn't cause stroke, many
people with diabetes have 'i
other risk factors as well,.
Carotid or other artery'
disease. Blocked arteries or
narrowed blood vessels
raise the risk of stroke.
Atrial fibrillation. This
heart rhythm disorder and
other heart diseases are risk
factors.
Sickle-cell anemia. This
genetic disease, affecting
mostly African-American
and Hispanic children,
prevents blood from
flowing properly.
High cholesterol. It's just
one more reason to bring
the bad kind down and the
good kind up.
Poor diet. Diets high in
saturated fats, sodium and
excess calories lead to other
problems that can lead to
stroke. Fruits and vegeta-
bles may reduce the risk.
Physical inactivity and
obesity. Again, these can
lead to other conditions
that increase your risk.
There are other risk
factors that have been as
well documented, but that
can still cause problems,
even if researchers are not
sure why.
Geography. Strokes are
more common in the
southeastern part of the
United States. These are
called the "stroke belt"
states.
Socioeconomic factors.
There is some evidence that
poor people are more likely
to have strokes, but this
may be because of other,
untreated health problems
Alcohol abuse. Stroke is
'just one of the complica-
tions from excessive alcohol
use.
Drug abuse. Abusing
cocaine, amphetamines
iand heroin have been
associated with increased
risk of stroke.
There are, as I said at the
beginning, a lot of risk
factors.
Next week, I'll tell you
some of the things you can
do to lower your risk. There
are things you can't change,
but there are many you can.
Shelley Koppel is the
former editor of "Today's
HealthCare" magazine and
a member of the National
Association of Science
Writers. E-mail questions to
sk6ppel@bellsouth.net.


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2009 is quickly shaping up to be 'the year of the wedge'


This year could very
well become known as
the year of the wedge.
This may be the last year
equipment manufacturers
can make wedges with all
sorts of deep grooves that
help golfers spin and
control the ball from all
kinds of ugly lies.
Next January, the USGA
will likely rule clubs with
those deep, box grooves -
grooves that are too close
together and more to be
non-conforming.
We recreational golfers
can still play the wedges
with the soon-to-be-
outlawed grooves, but the
pros will not, nor will any
new such wedge being
submitted for USGA
approval pass.
With that in mind, several
companies introduced their
most technologically-
advanced wedges this year.
They come in all kinds of
shapes, lofts, bounces and
colors.
Cleveland Golf's newest
wedge, played by Boo
Weekly, is camouflage
colored to fit his personality.
If you think forged feel in
irons is the only way to go,
you simply must have
forged wedges.
Fourteen Golf (www.four-
teengolf.com) introduced a
new generation of wedges
this year. The MT28 andV4
wedges come in a range of
nine different lofts/bounces
and multiple shaft options.
The result is a line that
allows a wide variety of
players to customize.their
setup.
Forged from nickel
chrome molybdenum, the
head is extremely durable,
yet soft, allowing for a
superb feel. The mirror


surface milling process of
the score lines and face
takes twice the time of
traditional milling. The
grooves are milled one by
one, resulting in unbeliev-
able spin and control.
I hit these at the PGA
Show demo day and fell in
love with them. The weight,
balance and feel made then
easy to hit and the feel was
unlike any wedge I've
swung in years. I was able to
hit a variety of chips,
pitches and full shots with
every Fourteen wedge I put
my hands on.
Tour Edge has added a
sweet wedge to its Exotics
(www.exoticsgolf.com)
lineup. The Xtreme Spin
wedge features a 1025
milled forged face that is
only 1.5mm thick. The
unique TPE Gel-filled
hollow, super thin face
delivers exceptional feel and
feedback.
The grooves on the
Xtreme Spin wedges are
milled to create the best
surface for striking the
perfect wedge shot. To allow
the golfer to customize his
or her wedges, each comes
with three interchangeable
weight screws that allow
you to adjust the swing
weight to obtain the perfect
feel, weight and ball flight.
Bridgestone (www.bridge-
stonegolf.com) introduced
the latest addition to the
West Coast Design Wedge
family. The WC Design black
wedges feature a unique


black nickel finish, designed
to reduce glare and frame
the ball better at address.
The WC Design black
wedges offer unrivaled
precision shaping, replicat-
ing that of many hand-
ground TOUR-level wedges.
Each wedge features
variable bounce technology,
which gives each club less
bounce on the heel and toe,
providing more versatility
for opened- and closed-face
shots, and additional relief
from difficult lies.
The new black series
features a CNC milled face
for consistency in distance
control and additional spin
on shorter shots, especially
greenside.
Bridgestone uses a
precision milling process
that cuts more consistently
shaped and spaced U-
grooves. These produce
higher and more consistent
backspin from all lies and
turf conditions. The wedges
are constructed of 8620
mild carbon steel and heat-
treated for a softer, yet more
solid feel at impact.
Padraig Harrington won
two majors and Player of the
Year honors in 2008 playing
Wilson Staff
(www. wilsongolf.com).
With his input, the
company's new TW9
wedges are designed to give
you the same advantages
Padraig enjoys with his
short game.
Cut into each new TW9
wedge are tour-milled
grooves for shot-stopping
spin from precise distances.
A new, lower lofted cavity
back option in the 48-
degree and 50-degree
wedges help bridge the
large gap between today's
pitching wedge and most


players sand wedges.
The remainder of the
lineup features a more
traditional look. All lofts
come in either classic satin
or black gunmetal.

City crowns
champions
On March 13-14, Port St.
Lucie held its annual Wayne
Allgire City Championship
and Senior Championship


at the Saints Golf Course.
Despite a few rain drops
early in the second round,
Adam Murchison shot
rounds of 67 and 72 to
capture the championship
flight and have his name
engraved on the Wayne
Allgire trophy.
Murchison finished two
shots ahead of PJ Navaretta.
Jeremy Silber and Chris
Smith tied for third.
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American Business
Women's, Organization:
Fourth Tuesday, 6 p.m.: Eau
Gallie Yacht Club, 100 Datu-
ra Drive, Indian Harbour
Beach. (321) 693-2077.
American Association of
University Women:' Third
Saturday. Open to women
with two-year or four-year
college degrees. (321) 723-
9355.
Beach Gardeners Club:
Third Tuesday, 6:45 p.m.
October to November and
January to May, Melbourne
Beach Community Center,
509 Ocean Ave., Melbourne
Beach. (321) 729-9563.
Bonsai Society of Bre-
vard: Third Saturday, 2 p.m.
Melbourne Public Library,
540 Fee Ave., Melbourne.
(321) 255-4064. '
Brevard Democrats:
Third Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Agricultural Center, 3459
Lake Drive, Cocoa. Registra-
tion for new members at
6:30 p.m. (321) 773-4596 or
visit www.brevarddemoc-
rats.org.
Brevard Now: Fourth
Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. 192 Grill,
1212 E. Strawbridge Ave.,
Melbourne. (321) 727-3636.
Brevard Watercolor
Society: Second Saturday, 1


p.m. Satellite Beach Civic
Center,,,.565 Cassia Blvd.,
Satellite Beach., 'li32).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.ccbrevard.com.
Citizens for Constitu-
tional 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
Center building, 1205 Eddie
Allen Road, Melbourne.
(321) 779-4802 or visit
www.harmonize.com/hcar-
monizers.
Helping Hands Crochet
Club: First Sunday, October
through June. 1-3 p.m.
Alumni House of Florida
Institute of Technology, 2510
Country Club Road, Mel-
bourne. (321) 951-7320.
Indialantic Rotary Club:
Each Wednesday, 12:15 p.m.
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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, Septem-
ber 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, 3050 N.
Highway A1A, Indialantic.
(321) 727-1937.
Laureate Epsilon Iota:
Chapter of Beta Sigma Soror-
ity. Second Monday, 7:30
p.m. Call (321) 723-2250 for
location.
Laureate Zeta Sigma:
Second and fourth Monday,
7:30 p.m. September through
May at various locations.
(321) 676-7949.


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. Beach Street Eatery,
302A Ocean Ave., Melbourne


Beach.
Moms Club: for stay-at-
home moms. Second Friday,
10 a.m. Satellite Beach
Library, Satellite Beach. (321)
777-2616.
National Association of
Active and Retired Federal
Employees: Chapter 609.
Fourth Thursday, 11 a.m. Mel-
bourne Square Mall, New
Haven Ave. (321) 242-8525.
Republican Women's Net-
work of S. Brevard: Third
Thursday, Eau Gallie Yacht
Club, 100 Datura Drive, Indi-
an Harbour Beach. (321) 728-
4424.
Scots American Society:
Second Wednesday, 6:30 p.m.
Front Street Civic Center, Mel-


bourne. For those of Scottish
heritage or those interested in
the culture. (321) 254-9752.
Scribblers of Brevard: Sec-
ond and fourth Saturday, 9:30
a.m. Eau Gallie Public Library,
1521 Pineapple Ave., Mel-
bourne. (321) 255-1984.
SeabeeVeterans of Ameri-
ca: Third Saturday, 11 a.m.
Don's Famous Hoagies, 784 S.
Apollo Blvd., Melbourne.
(321) 725-0900.
Seaside Stitchers: First
Monday, 9 a.m. Lutheran
Church of the Redeemer, cor-
ner of Babcock Street and
Avenue A, Melbourne.
(321)724-1421.
Society of Registered
Nurses Retired: Florida Space


Coast Chapter. Second Mon-
day, 11 a.m. The Tide NCO
Club, Patrick Air Force Base,
Satellite Beach. (321) 449-
0633.
Space Coast AfricanViolet
Club: First Saturday, 1:30 p.m.
Melbourne Beach Public
Library, 324 Ocean Ave., Mel-
bourne Beach.
Space Coast Inventors
Guild: Fourth Saturday, 2
p.m. Eau Gallie Public
Library, 1521 Pineapple Ave.,
Melbourne. (321) 768-1234.
Space Coast Parrot Head
Club: Third Friday, 7 p.m.
Nautical Spirits, 2700 Har-
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House Sun 3/29 12-5pm,
For' Sale By Owner.
Doublewide, furnished,
507 Waterbrook Street,
Lamplighter Village.
$27,500. 321-652-1832




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easonable offers con- newspaper We are not wood frs, crown molding
ead. Call 321- a shoppers wood flrs, crown molding,
1905; 617-543-2253_ Pscreen porch, pool.Lease
905; 617-543-2253 BANK OWNED CONDO. /lease purchase. Monthly
TEnglish Park, Melbourne. rates vary. 321-543-7677
33 1/1, fixer upper, $23,400.
Geanne 321-501-0577 WATRFR NT
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as, Land, & Corn- Realty & Auction Inc. ROCKLEDGE: Gated
ial Co'ndos. newly remodeled 3/2.5/1
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i. More information: 1 plus acre, cbs 2b/1.5ba nis. Dock access & kayak
.VanDeRee.com + office, w/separate br launch. $190,000 Kathy,
S1934. VanDeRee rental'+ Efficiency Apt. Own/Agent 321-427-9833
tioneers/Realtors $575,000. 321-544-6204 _______
0 Brokers Invited. FORT PIERCE $19,900 .
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88-1500 seller financing, 2/1 -
Sframe house on fenced NC MOUNTAINS
lot, vacant, needs minor Warm Winters/Cool
TLC, great cash flow Summers. NEWI E-Z to
Potential. 772-332-2505 finish log cabin shell
MIMS, WATERFRONT w/loft &basement,
SHome, 1 acre on deep includes acreage
water lake, 3/2/2, relax on $99,900. Mountain&
back deck and enjoy a waterfront homesites
GED TO SELLER beautiful lake view! from $39,000-$99,000.
E 4 T F $155K. 321-961-2020 Financing Available!!
E See photo on line 828-247-9966 (Code41)
www. hometown NEW SMYRNA BEACH
newsOL.com ad # 59419 Beautiful 2.5 acres.
30 DAYS NEAR ASHEVILLE Cleared, fenced ready to
'KET DRIVEN North Carolina Owner build. Country setting
Proibid.com Must Sell Log Cabin on Close to 95 & local
Large Creek Reduced to shopping. Owner forced
R MOTIVATED SELLERS $89,900, Easy to finish, to sell due to illness.
4399 includes 3+ acres and $125,000/obo
4 9 paved access. 386-689-3045
ne.com 828-286-1666. Broker PORT ST LUCIE 2 acre
PORT ST LUCIE Span- lot cleared St. James golf
ish Lakes 1, CBS, 2 yrs course. Horses allowed
2/2/1, foyer, fridge, stove, water, sewer, paved
TO CASHI d/w, verticals Hurricane street. $179,000/obo
R.E. LIc K B32, shutters & laundry room. 561-239-9216
$120,000 772-807-8133 954-571-6889


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BREVARD: NEEDED 1
MELBOURNE BEACH, SEBASTIAN Rooms for to 2 Bedroom, Clean Sin- COCOA BEACH, 2/2,
Pool home, 1 block to Rent. Furn., all utilities, gle Female 62, Set In- W/D. Near Ocean, Post
ocean, 5 blocks to town,. cable, refrigerator, micro- come, 321-914-4442 Ask Office, Library & shops.
W/D, large fenced yard,+ wave, pool, Pets ok (fee) for Liz $795/mo. + Security. N/S
1/3Surfers OK. $400/mb.+31-1536 $225/wk772-589-4546 No/Pets. 321-453-8693
1/3 util. 321-431-1536 INDIAN HARBOUR BCH
MELBOURNE, FEMALE SEBASTIAN: Looking NOTHING BEATS FREE
to share house w/same, to share 4/2 house with d All NEW, All FREE:
br w/ba, $500/mo. incls. heated pool. Willing to Water, sewer, lawn, pest,
utils. + $500 sec.,10 min. care. for Senior Female COCOA BEACH: 2/2/1, garbage and CABLE!
to beach 321-757-7511 non medically. Call for 1 blk from Beach, great Laundry on premises,
SATELLITE BEACH, details. 772-589-4980 location, with Boat Slip, huge rooms, walk to bch!
share nice br/2bhomeH, heated Pool, includes 2BDRM/1 BATH $795
share tonieach f4b rn/2ba home, THANK YOU Hometown everything but electric. IBDRM / IBATH $695
walk to beach, furn., non News for helping me find Like Newl $950/mo. Call321-777-1532
smoker/non drinker. $550 my room mate A.N. 21-784-5609 Call 321-777-1532
+ Dep. 407-748-4395 my room mate. A.N. 321-784-5609 MELBOURNE Central
location on quiet street.
]i I~I~ I I f ft ,r'Il 7 rtI ]imI [ l'It]- lbr/lba, ceramic tile, new
paint, $500/mo incls.
W/D, lawn, water, trash,
pest. Call 321-693-2784
MELBOURNE EFC/1BR
APT. Pool, pkng, private
access, fenced, central
location, near Downtown,
$400/$500 p. month incis
utilities. 321-890-7789
MELBOURNE/EauGallle
SI area efficiency apt, small
pull fu rnished,clean, quiet, no
pets. $425/mo. Drug free
env. Call 321-254-4229
MELBOURNE: 2br/1.5ba
S r !, $595/mo + .Security In-
cludes Water & Cable.
No Pets. 321-254-7400
dSEBASTIAN- 3/2 apts.
Move in special Call
772-581-4440 *Income
Restrictions Apply*
VERO BEACH 2/2 condo
Remodeled. W/D, ceiling
Availa lefrom C mme l Ne P fans. Annual $650/mo.
plus security. No Pets.
772-461-5109
VERO BEACH 2/2
Luxury condo. Beachside
location. Village Spires.
Completely renovated
last year. $1500/mo. Call
Keith 617-803-7809


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Hot Rod. 400 small
block. Very clean. Must
see. $6500/obo
386-569-3542
CADILLAC, 1967 Fleet-
wood Eldorado, First Per-
sonal Luxury compact, no
rust, low miles, $7,500.
386-672-7366;453-6677


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FORD CUSTOM 1951
2-dr sedan. All olg. 6 cyl.
Needs very little work
Can drive anywhere.
$11,900/obo
772-766-2636


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FORD FAIRLANE 1963
2dr 302 Hooker Headers,
Speed shift, auto 47K
American Rally Mags
$4700. 772-538-9581
MAZDA CONVERTIBLE
RX-7 1989 Red, New
engine. 5 speed auto.
CD, A/C, loaded.
$3850/obo 772-538-3777


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Red with Spoiler, Very
Good Condition. Must
Seel Only 47,700 mi.,
$8,600, 772-663-5962


FORD MUSTANG GT
Conv. 1996, 59K orig.
mi., New factory paint
job, new top. Loaded,
New Tires, Cold A/C with
Automatic Transmission
$7,200. 321-848-2825
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- 1 owner, 200K miles,
good cond, A/C needs
work $450. 321-205-6368
PONTIAC, Convertible
G-6, 2007, Black
retractible hard top.
20,000 mi, heated leather
seats, satellite radio,
great buy! $18,000/obo
606-791-4780
SATURN L-200 2003
48K miles, 4 door, auto,
A/C, power. Super clean.
New tires. Like new
$6500 or best offer. 321
639-3274. 321-759-6689
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$19,900


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MELBOURNE MOBILE
Homes. 2BR from $2500
to $18,000 *Broadview
55+, Post Road. ** Tan-
tara, All family. Near
schools and shopping.
Office 321-259-3522
Park mgr 407-283-5277
MELBOURNE, WATER-
FRONTI 2/2 Immaculate
Condition! Must See! 55+
park, comm. pool, active
clubhouse, $77,900
407-375-6992; 291-1458
MELBOURNE, 4/2 with
family rm, formal living &
dining rm, eat in kitchen
w/lIsland bar, & laundry
rm.. Master ba w/garden
tub, sep. shower & dual
sinks, 28'x64'(1689 sq ft)
$38,900. 321-432-6933
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VERO BEACH: Call for
specials 1 br's from
$475, 2br's from $550.
Tile, New appl. Close to
Beaches, Parks & Res-
taurants. 772-563-0013
VIERA: 2br/2ba SPLIT,
All Tile, Easy Access,
Ground Floor, Pool, Spa,
Club House, The Greens
at Viera East by Viera
Blvd off Murrell $895/mo
321-704-7088
VIERA: THE GREENS
2br/lba FULLY FUR-
NISHED condo, Com-,
munity Pool, Exercise
Facility. $800/mo + se-
curity 321-638-8751
WEST MELBOURNE
Garret's Run, Spacious 1
st fir 2br/2ba condo, scrn
patio. Incl cable. $700/mo
321-543-2353



BAREFOOT BAY Newer
2/2, in park w/golf course,
pool, tennis etc. Quiet
area Unfurn. $695/mo. or
lease w/option to buy.
772-589-3201
BREVARD: Wonderful
rentals, conveniently lo-
catedl Starting at
$625/mo Find out which
have 1/2 off the 1st
monthly 321-412-2737
Annika Martin, Re/Max
Service Team
Grant-Valkarla Cottage,
1br/1ba kitchen/living rm
Great neighborhood,quiet
wooded & private area
with acreage. Only $475/
month includes utilities.
Call 321-591-9419






DONATE YOUR Car-
Help Disabled Children
with Camp and Educa-
tion. Quickest Towing.
Non- Runners/Title Prob-
lems OK. Free Vacation/
Cruise Voucher. Special
Kids fund. 866-448-3865


WANTED JUNK CARS
Running or not $200 &
up. We pay cash! 24-hrs.
Call 321-631-0111



Unbelievable
HARLEY DAVIDSON 03
anniversary edition. FLHT
Needs nothing. Reverse
auction. Drops $500 wk.
obo 772-519-2638
SUZUKI, BLVD 2004
800cc, 9700/mi., fully
loaded, super clean. Must
See! Only $4900/obo
321-652-8085;684-1038


MARION MUSIC
Pianos, Pianos, ETC.
Gibson, Martin Guitars &
more! Stack Plaza. We
buy. Call 321-727-3000
OLD GUITARS wanted.
Fender, Gibson, Martin,
Gretsch, 1930's-1980's.
Top dollar $$$ paid Call
1-866-433-8277 toll free


COCOA BEACH
Community Garage Sale
Home at Last Adoption
Sat 3/28 7am-2pm
1727 N Atlantic Ave
Lots of good items for a
good cause!
Call Classified
866-894-0442


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PALM BAY: 4 plex, high
& dry next to inland wa-
terway, 2 level br/1lba
each unit w/garage,
$280,000 321-615-5263
PARTNER / CHEF /
INVESTOR To open
Historic Hunt & Fish
Lodge with fine dining
restaurant & bar at the
newly remodeled Rod &
Gun Club in the Fell-
smere Inn. 305-393-2143




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TITUSVILLE 55+ Park.
56' w/Florida room & car-
port. Furnished. Newly
renovated. $5,000. Call
321-267-0017
TITUSVILLE, 14'x52',
55+ park, 8'x20' work
shop, laundry rm, 8'
grnhouse, lot rent $235/
mo. incls. w/s/g, $11,500
/obo 321-268-2131
Titusvllle, 2/2, '05 Beau-
tiful Dblwide w/Indian Riv-
er View, end lot, several
upgrades, all appliances,
$105K/neg. Family leav-
ing area. 712-299-3252




38 AC. Sportsman Para-
dise w/Hardwood timber
for' deer, duck, turkey
hunting. Fronts Conecuh
River for fishing in S. Ala-
bama, $89,000. King
Realty. 334-566-8053
www.troy-al-real-estate.
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Indlanlantic/Satelitte
Bch 3/2/2, fenced yard
$1250/mo or 2/1
$800/mo 321-508-7801
MELBOURNE, Between
the Causeways, remod-
eled 3/1, w/utility rm.
$695/mo., + lst/last/Sec.
321-327-7072;720-2926
MERRITT IS, New Found
Harbor, 2br/1.5ba 1200sf.
Carports, central ac,
scrn porchs, treed fenced
yard, $600/mo, +$300sec
annual.321-662-0815
greenmtn33@yahoo.com
PALM BAY SE 2bdrm/
1.5baths. Privacy fence,
corner lot, $600/mo. Call
for info: 321-945-8047
PONCE INLET- beautiful
3-br/2-ba/2-cg oceanfront
home 20' x 50' deck
overlooking beach, Newly
renovated. New appraisal
value, $1.288 mil. $4000
per month, 1 year lease
with option to extend. 1st
& last, $2000 damage
deposit. 407-321-2007



CAPE CANAVERAL:
Clean 2/1/1, Pool, W/D
hookup, Cable ready.
$975/mo incl water. No
pets. 321-868-7750
INDIALANTIC: 2 blocks
from beach! Twnhm 3/2
one car garage, new tile
fir, fresh paint, W/D,scrn
porch & patio. $865/mo
305-338-0746

Sham
MERRITT ISL New town-
homes, 3/2.5/1car 2000sf
wood firs, crown molding,
screen porch, pool.Lease
/lease purchase. Monthly
rates vary. 321-543-7677


WANTED JAPANESE
Motorcycles Kawasaki,
Z1-900, (KZ900) 1972-
1976, KZ1000 (1976-
1980), KZ1000R (1982-
1983), Z1R, S1-250,
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23' YELLOWSTONE on
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good, dash & roof air.
New exhaust, tires,
brakes, fuel pump &
more. Cab over bunk, full
tub/shower, fridge, stove
& water w/toilet $4200
321-427-1271
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FORECLOSURE
PROPERTIES
In beautiful N. Georgia,
TN ,& NC. cabins, homes
& mountain lots. Call for
details or visit website:
www.ucbi.com/property
Call 706-400-9971 or
706-400-9973
GAINESVILLE, Florida
Keystone Heights golf
community, 1.87 acres,
336' road frontage, could
be separated. Reduced!
$65,500 772-971-1251
GEORGIA 10+ acres.
Ware County Georgia
near Waresboro on
McDonald Road, lots of
beautiful trees.
$22,500.00 for complete
package. 912-427-7062
Cell# 912-269-9349
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INDIAN HARBOUR
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