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Vol. 5, No. 41 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, May 8, 2009


Recycle phone books
Brevard County Solid
Waste Management offi-
cials remind Brevard Coun-
ty residents that old phone
books can be recycled in
their curbside recycling
bins.
As part of the enhanced
recycling program institut-
ed last year, curbside recy-
cling bins can now be used
to recycle telephone books,
newspapers, magazines,
catalogs, office paper, junk
mail, envelopes of all types,
aluminum and tin cans,
glass bottles and jars and all
plastic bottles. All items can
be mixed together in one
container.
For more information,
v i s i t
www.brevardcounty.us/swr

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events
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urge to
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others


Business A7 Out & About BI
Calendar B6 Police Report A
Classified B10 Star Scopes B
Crossword B10 Viewpoint A6


Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
The top of their class Salutatorians Jordan Davis of Satellite Beach and Tarik Acevedo-
Gonzalez of Lares, Puerto Rico, holds valedictorian Charlene Gracia of Satellite Beach.



First female valedictorian to


speak at commencement


By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
MELBOURNE Merely
four years after the school
went co-ed, Florida Air
Academy in Melbourne will
have its first female valedic-
torian.
Charlene Gracia, 18, of
Satellite Beach, who
enrolled in the academy's
first co-ed class in 2005. will


speak as the school's top
student at a graduation cer-
emony at 3 p.m. May 15 at
the Maxwell C. King Center
for the Performing Arts in
Melbourne.
"I was surprised (to be
chosen as valedictorian)
because it was such a close
race," Charlene said. "But
no matter what, we're all
proud of each other."


The valedictorian is cho-
sen based on which student
has achieved the highest
grade point average, said
Antiny White, the school's
principal.
Charlene will be flanked
by two students who tied
for second as salutatorians,
Jordan Davis and Tarik

See FIRST, A4


Brevard County


prepared for


possible outbreak


By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
As of press time Tuesday,
there were five confirmed
cases of swine flu in Flori-
da, though none reported
yet in Brevard County.
The Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention in
Atlanta had confirmed 403
cases in 38 states and one
death nationwide.
SHeidar Heshmati, direc-
tor of the Brevard County
Health Department, issued
a statement April 27 saying
that no cases of swine flu
have been reported in Bre-
vard County.
"However, since this is a
new virus, there is poten-
tial for cases to occur
-because people commonly
travel throughout the
world," he said.
Dr. Heshmati also said
there is no indication peo-
ple who were vaccinated
against seasonal flu would
be protected against the


swine flu;
"We are unsure if the
prior influenza vaccine will
provide adequate protec-
tion against the swine flu,"
he said.
Olga Emgushov, director
of epidemiology for the
Brevard County Health
Department, said the regu-
lar seasonal flu kills more
than half a million people
every year worldwide.
-"More than 36,000 peo-
ple die annually in the U.S.
of the seasonal influenza
virus," she said.
Of those, most are very
young, elderly or have a
pre-existing immune sys-
tem condition. Influenza is
also blamed for more than
200,000 hospitalizations
annually in the U.S.
According to the CDC's
Web site, www.cdc.gov,
swine influenza, or swine
flu, is "a respiratory disease
of pigs caused by Type A
See OUTBREAK, A2


Westshore High School boasts 12 valedictorians


By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
MELBOURNE Mel-
bourne's Westshore Jr./Sr.
High School has not just
one top student this year,
but a dozen.
Each of these students is
called a valedictorian,
although the term is tradi-
tionally reserved for a single
outstanding class member.
Each student also has a per-
fect 4.0 un-weighted grade
point average.
Below are the top 12 stu-
dents of the Class of 2009:

Elizabeth D'Esposito
Distinction: valedictorian
Age: 18
Lives in: Melbourne
Extracurricular activities:
Varsity basketball, volley-
ball and track and field,
National Honor Society and
Fellowship of Christian Ath-
letes
College attending: Uni-
versity of South Florida in
Tampa
Future aspiration: Chem-
ical engineer
*Megan Hamilton
Distinction: valedictorian
Age: 18
Lives in: Melbourne
Extracurricular activities:
Spanish Honor Society,
National Honor Society,.Mu
Alpha Theta, varsity track
and field and Academic
Team
College attending: Uni-
versity of Florida in
Gainesville
Future aspiration: graph-
ic designer or mathematical


analyst
Ericka Johnson
Distinction: valedictorian
Age: 18
Lives in: Melbourne
Extracurricular activities:
Brevard Symphony Youth
Orchestra, Westshore Sinfo-
nia, Future Problem Solv-
ing, varsity volleyball and
National Honor Society
College. attending: Uni-
versity of Florida in
Gainesville
Future aspiration: Astro-
physicist
Minje Kim
Distinction: valedictorian
Age: 18
Lives in: West Melbourne
Extracurricular activities:
National Honor Society,
Senior Beta, Mu Alpha
Theta and orchestra
College attending: Emory
University in Atlanta
Future aspiration: Dentist
Merricka Livingstone
Distinction: valedictorian
Age: 17
Lives in: Palm Bay
Extracurricular activities:
Spanish Honor Society,
National Honor Society,
varsity soccer/club soccer
(Space Coast Storm),
orchestra and Brevard Zoo
volunteer
College attending: Mass-
achusetts Institute of Tech-
nology in Cambridge, Mass.
Future aspiration: Chem-
ical engineer
Sarie McEntaggart
Distinction: valedictorian
Age: 17
Lives in: Palm Bay
Extracurricular activities:
French Honor Society,


Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
Pictured in front of the school are the top 12 graduating seniors of West Hills High
School. Elizabeth D'Esposito, Ericka Johnson, Minje Kim, Merricka Livingstone, Sarie
McEntaggart, Jonathan Mercado, Katie Nickerson, Anne Strock, Ben Uhing, Banafshen
'Bean' Sharif-Askary and Richa Vijayvargiya.


orchestra and the Academic
Team
College attending: Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania in
Philadelphia
Future aspiration: unde-
cided


Jonathan Mercado
Distinction: valedictorian
Age: 18
Lives in: Palm Bay
Extracurricular activities:
National Honor Society,,
Spanish Honor Society,


Future Problem Solving and
Academic Team
College attending: Uni-
versity of Miami
Future aspiration: pedia-


See WESTSHORE, A2


was a ~PP


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A2 Melbourne Hometown News Friday, May 8, 2009


Westshore
From page Al
trician

Katie Nickerson
Distinction: valedictori-
an
Age: 18
Lives in: Melbourne Vil-
lage
Extracurricular activi-
ties: Westshore Performing
Arts, junior varsity cross-
country team and wind
ensemble
College attending: Uni-
versity of Florida in
Gainesville
Future aspiration: Envi-
ronmental research scien-
tist, and to write at least
one novel

Anne Strock
Distinction: valedictori-
arl
Age: 17
Lives in: Melbourne
Beach
SExtracurricular activi-
ties: Future Problem Solv-
ing, Space Coast Crew and
Fellowship of Christian


Athletes
College attending: Hard-
ing University in Searcy,
Ark.
Future aspiration: nurse
or nurse practitioner

SBen Uhing
Distinction: valedictori-
an
Age: 17
Lives in: Palm Bay
Extracurricular activi-
ties: National Honor Soci-
ety, French Congres Team,
French Honor Society,
Math Honor Society and
Mu Alpha Theta
College attending: Uni-
versity of Florida in
Gainesville
Future aspiration: Engi-
neer

SBanafsheh "Bean"
Sharif-Askary
Distinction: valedictori-
an
Age: 17
Lives in: Melbourne
Extracurricular activi-
ties: Senior Class presi-
dent, yearbook editor-in-
chief, Swim Team captain,
Debate Team captain,


National Honor Society,
Senior Beta and 12 years of
instruction on the piano
College attending: Duke
University in Durham,
N.C.
Future aspiration: To
become a plastic surgeon
and work with Doctors
Without Borders, an inter-
national humanitarian
organization committed to
providing medical aid in
countries without ade-
quate health care

RichaVijayvargiya
Distinction: valedictori-
an
Age: 17
Lives in: Melbourne
Extracurricular activi-
ties: Senior class vice presi-
dent, Speech and Debate
Team captain, yearbook
editor, Science Olympiad,
Mu Alpha Theta, National
Honor Society
College attending: Uni-
versity of Florida in
Gainesville
Future aspiration: To
pursue a career in medi-
cine, specifically plastic
surgery


Brief
From page Al
or call the recycling hotline
at (321) 633-2043.

Groups to perform
at King Center

The Brevard Community
Chorus, Chorale and Com-
munity Orchestra will pres-
ent Joseph Haydn's oratorio,
"The Creation," at 7:30 p.m.
Friday, May 8, at the
Maxwell C. King Center for
the Performing Arts.
Robert Lamb, chairman
of the BCC Fine Arts
Department, will act as con-
ductor.
General admission is $20
for adults, $15 for students
and seniors. The King Cen-
ter is at 3865 N. Wickham
Road, Melbourne. Tickets
can be purchased at the
King Center box office. For
more information, call (321)
242-2219.

Compiled by
Jennifer Nessmith


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can, and do, happen.
The infection can be
spread through coughing or
sneezing. Sometimes, infec-
tion occurs by, touching
something with flu viruses on
it, then touching mouths or
noses.
Dr. Emgushov said doctors
are concerned only because
this is a type of flu that has
not been identified before.
"This is a novel, or new,
influenza virus, which we
haven't seen before and
we've typed all the flu (virus-
es) that we've seen," Dr.
Emgushov said. "Humans
don't have a natural defense
against it. We don't have any
immunity to it."
In a statement to reporters
at the CDC on April 23, Anne
Schuchat, director for the
National Center for Immu-
nization and Respiratory Dis-
eases, said this new strain of
flu is made up of viruses from
four sources.
"We know so far that the
viruses contain genetic
pieces from four different
virus sources. This is unusu-
al. The first is our North
American swine influenza
viruses; (the others
are) North American avian
influenza viruses, human
influenza viruses and swine
influenza viruses found in
Asia and Europe. That partic-
ular genetic combination of
swine influenza virus seg-
ments has not been recog-
nized before in the U.S. or
elsewhere."
Dr. Emgushov said CDC
officials have stated they may
begin soon including proba-
ble cases of swine flu in their
daily case count. This is
because, currently, state labs
do not have the capability to
test for swine flu. These labs
can, however, test for season-
al influenza, and if the tests
come back "un-type-able,"
they are sent to the CDC for
further testing as probable
cases.
There have been no report-
ed cases and no probable
cases in Brevard County, Dr.


Emgushov said.
Brevard County Health
Department is preparing for
this outbreak by working
with area physicians and
updating them with the
proper algorithms for testing.
Officials are also communi-
cating with pharmacies to get
updates on the county's Tam-
iflu supply, which is a pre-
scription drug recommend-
ed by the CDC to cut down
on the severity and length of
the illness. Health depart-
ment officials have also
maintained regular commu-
nicaion with the Brevard
County's Sheriff's Office, the
Brevard County Office of
Emergency Management,
the Brevard County Commis-
sion, the Brevard County
School District, Melbourne
International Airport, Port
Canaveral, Patrick Air Force
Base, the Veteran's Adminis-
tration and all area hospitals.
According to the World
Health Organization, this
outbreak of swine flu seems
to have originated in the
southern Mexican state of
Veracruz. It was first reported
in the U.S. in late March to
early April in Southern Cali-
fornia and near San Antonio.
Other U.S. states, including
Arizona, Indiana, Kansas,
Massachusetts, Michigan,
Nevada and Ohio have
reported cases as well, with
the largest stateside outbreak
reported in NewYork City.
According to the CDC, the
symptoms of swine flu are
similar to the symptoms of
regular seasonal flu and
include fever, cough, sore
throat, body aches,
headache, chills and fatigue.
Some people also reported
diarrhea and vomiting.
You cannot get swine flu
from eating or handling pork
or pork products.
Like the seasonal flu, for
which most people receive
annual vaccinations, swine
flu may cause a worsening of
underlying .chronic medical
conditions.
It is too early to tell-what


effect swine flu will have on
the worldwide population,
Dr. Emgushov said.
"The problem with the
(origination of the flu) in
Mexico is, we don't know the
denominator. We don't know
how many people have died.
We think that the denomina-
tor is high (and that) quite a
few have (swine flu), but
(only a few) have died of it."
If the denominator is high,
that would indicate the rate
of death might actually be
quite low, considering the
worldwide population of
nearly 7 billion.
The best defense against
contracting the swine flu is
washing your hands regularly
*and thoroughly. The CDC
suggests:
Covering your nose and
mouth with a tissue when
you cough or sneeze. Throw
the tissue in the trash after
you use it.
Washing your hands often
with soap and water, espe-
cially after you cough or
sneeze. Alcohol-based hand
cleaners, or hand sanitizers,
are also effective.
Avoid touching your eyes,
nose or mouth. Germs
spread this way.
Try to avoid close contact
with sick people.
If you get sick, CDC rec-
ommends staying home
from work or school and lim-
iting contact with others.
If you're feeling sick, Dr.
Emgushov recommends call-
ing your doctor and isolat-
ing yourself from others, if
possible.
"Stay home if you're sick,"
Dr. Emgushov said.
But most importantly, Dr.
Emgushov said, there's no
reason to panic.
"I don't think we're at the
point to be alarmed," she
said.
For more information, visit
the Centers for Disease Con-
trol and Prevention Web site
at www.cdc.gov or call the
Brevard County Health
Department at (321) 454-
7101.


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Holy Trinity names class valedictorian


Salutatorian
chosen as well
By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.com
The future is looking
bright for Natalie Mason
and Lee Maxwell, both
seniors at Holy Trinity
Episcopal Academy in
Melbourne.
The two were selected to
represent their graduating
class as valedictorian and
salutatorian, respectively,
during the school's gradua-
tion ceremony May 16.
A Rockledge resident,
Natalie, 18, has completed a
long list of academic
accomplishments during
her six years at the academy.
She received .the Award


for Academic Excellence as
both a freshman and
sophomore in the areas of
biology, Latin and for
earning highest honors in
both grades.
She was also named
Algebra II Student of the
Year and Spanish I Student
of the Year her sophomore
year and earned a perfect
score on her National Latin
II Exam as a freshman.
Natalie was a member of
Holy Trinity's track & field,
cross country and swim
teams, served as president
of her school's National
Honor Society and has
served as a member of the J.
Kyle Braid Leadership
Organization for the past
three years.
Throughout her high
school career, Natalie has


Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
Pictured with the Holy Trinity Episcopal School mascot
tiger are Natalie Mason of Rockledge and Lee Maxwell of
Melbourne.


also developed strong ties
within her community.
She volunteered as team
captain for a 2007 Relay for


Life event, and during her
junior year, volunteered
See TRINITY, A8


Mel High honors seniors with a 4.0 GPA


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data as early as five seconds before a
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throttle position, engine speed, brake
action, whether stability control is
on/off, steering input, and whether
anti-lock brakes worked. At the time
of the crash and immediately after,
other data is added, including airbag
status. While the U.S. Department of
Transportation does not mandate
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that every 2013-model-year vehicle
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By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.com
Name: Marc Gold, 18
City: Melbourne Beach
Extra-curricular activities:
cross country, track, Nation-
al Honor Society
College attending: Uni-
versity of Florida in
Gairiesville
Future aspiration: unde-
cided
Name: Christopher
Robert Jacobs, 17
City: Indialantic
Extra-curricular activities:
president. of Fellowship of
Christian Athletes, National
Honor Society, Beta Club,
Students Working Against
Tobacco, Student Council,
Student Government, Phi
Theta Kappa, Mu Alpha
Theta
College attending: Uni-
versity of Florida in
Gainesville
Future aspiration: derma-
tologist/cardiologist
See SENIORS, A4


Melbourne High
School seniors
Alicia Lambdin,
Marc Gold,
Christopher Jacobs,
Jonathan Sapundjieff,
Dustin Kempf
and Hope Morrill
have maintained
a4.0 GPA
throughout
their high-
school careers.
Not pictured
is Sarah Turner.








Staff photo by
Tammy Roberts


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Seniors
From page A3
Name: Dustin Kempf, 18
City: Indialantic
Extra-curricular activities:
ping-pong
College attending: Uni-
versity of Florida in
Gainesville
Future aspiration: to
maintain a 4.0 through col-
lege
Name: Alicia Lambdin,
17
City: Indialantic
Extra-curricular activi-
ties: Serenade Dance Com-


First
From page Al
Acevedo Gonzalez, who will
also take their turns at the
podium to speak about their
experiences at Florida Air
Academy.
Florida Air Academy is a
military co-ed boarding


pany, National Honor Soci-
ety, Beta Club, Students
Working Against Tobacco,
Fellowship of Christian Ath-
letes
College attending: Uni-
versity of Florida in
Gainesville
Future aspiration: med-
ical researcher
SName: Hope Morrill, 18
City: Indialantic
Extra-curricular activi-
ties: Serenade Dance Com-
pany, National Honor Soci-
ety, Beta Club, Students
Working Against Tobacco,
Student Government, Key
Club
College attending:


school for students in the
sixth through 12th grades.
The disciplinary structure of
the school is used to teach
the students independence
and personal responsibility.
The academy also offers
more than 30 sports pro-
grams and several extracur-
ricular activities, including
the opportunity for students
to obtain their pilot's license.
In fact, in past years, some
students have -graduated
with their commercial pilot's
licenses, Mr. White said.
The school has a current
enrollment of 352 students,
with 50 graduating seniors
this year. In order to gradu-
ate, a student must be
accepted in college, Mr.
White said.
"Our goal is not only to get
them into college, but to
make sure they have the
skills to succeed," Mr. White
said.
Charlene, who has a 3.9
un-weighted grade point
average, is the president of
the Kitty Hawk Air Society,
which is similar to the
National Honor Society, the
treasurer of the National
Honor Society, a member of
the color guard and a varsity
basketball team.
She intends to attend the
University of Florida in
Gainesville this fall, and after
completing her degree,
would like to enter the U.S.
Air Force as a nurse.
Jordan, of Satellite Beach,
who has a 3.8 GPA, would
also like to enter the Air
Force after graduating from
college. Her goal is to
become involved in military
intelligence. She plans to
attend University of Florida
this fall. Jordan is vice presi-
dent of the Kitty Hawk Air
Society, secretary of the


Georgetown University in
Washington, D.C.
Future aspiration: to
work in the Foreign Service
as an ambassador or with
the United Nations
Name: Jon Sapundjieff,
18
City: Melbourne
Extra-curricular activi-
ties: cross country, track,
band
College attending: Coast
Guard Academy in New
London, Conn.
Future aspiration: heli-
copter pilot
Compiled by
Tammy Roberts


National Honor Society, a
member of the color guard
and the soccer and varsity
volleyball teams.
Tarik, 18, is from Lares,
Puerto Rico. He boards at
the school, away from his
family, but says his room-
mates have become like
family to him. He has a 3.9
GPA and is a member of the
volleyball team and the
National Honor Society.
Tarik said he will either
attend University of Florida
or Oxford Emory in Atlanta.
He would like to become a
doctor, but has not yet cho-
sen a particular field of
study.
Charlene said that
although she is nervous
about speaking at the com-
mencement, she will impart
her story and tell how the
decision to enroll in Florida
Air Academy changed her
life.
"(Before I enrolled at.
Florida Air Academy), I had
never really considered the
military," she said. "Now, I
love it. It's also made me
more independent and not
afraid to take chances."
Both Jordan and Charlene
have said that entering the
school among the first crop
of girls was a great experi-
,ence.
"It was kind of nerve-rack-
ing at first, but everyone's
really friendly," Jordan said.
"We probably have more guy
friends than girl friends."
Charlene agreed, and
added that other young girls
should consider the oppor-
tunities offered by Florida
AirAcademy.
"Don't be afraid to take the
risk, because no matter what
the atmosphere is, you can
succeed," she said.


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

Kevin Michael Cogswell,
32, of 738 Land Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged April 24
with battery-domestic vio-
lence and child abuse.
Scott Christopher Hop-
kins, 37, of 2442 Lisa Lane,
Melbourne, was charged
April 24 with uttering a
forged/counterfeit bill and
petty theft.
Jeffrey Laverne Williams,
45, of 1411 Spain Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged April 24
with aggravated battery-
domestic violence.
Alan Robert Donovan,
51, of 1900 Post Road, No.
236, Melbourne, was
charged April 25 as a habitu-
al traffic offender driving on
a suspended license, felony
driving under the influence
and resisting arrest without
violence.
William Louis Porter, 41,
of 1834 Croton Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged April 25
with aggravated battery on a
pregnant woman.
Tiffany L. Riffe, 20, of
1401 Ruffin Circle S.E., Palm
Bay, was charged April 25
with felony retail theft and
resisting a retail merchant.
Albert G. Gardner, 45,
address unknown, was
charged April 26 with aggra-
vated assault.
Kristie Ingram, 28, of
2845 Tropic Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged April 26
with burglary, criminal mis-
chief and petty theft.
James Jansen, 25, of 2700
Croton Road, Unit 1-7, Mel-
bourne, was charged April 26
with aggravated assault and
carrying a concealed
weapon.
Tyrel James Keenan, 23,
address unknown, was
charged April 26 with on-site


violation of probation/viola-
tion of community control,
burglary and criminal mis-
chief.
Jamie Aaron Shirey, 26, of
1205 Jasmine St., Mel-
bourne, was charged April 26
with on-site violation of pro-
bation/violation of commu-
nity control, possession of a
controlled substance, pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance with intent to sell,
resisting arrest without vio-
lence and possession of an
open container of alcohol.
Laura Lynn Cabrera, 36,
Sof 2190 Aurora Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged April 27
with possession of cocaine,
possession of a controlled
substance with intent to sell,
child abuse, possession of a
controlled substance, felony
possession of a controlled
substance while in physical
control of a motor vehicle
and two counts of posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
Joy Janella Cooper, 20, of
521 Ryoland St., Melbourne,
was charged April 27 with
grand theft auto.
Randall M. Harris, 20, of
579 Avignon Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged April 27
w i t. h
initiating/planning/financ-
ing/supervising theft and
possession of cocaine.
Henry Christopher Hel-
wig, 26, of 2705 Corbusier
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged April 27 with aggra-
vated assault.
Michael Andrew Moore,
32, of 2845 Tropic Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged April 27
with burglary, criminal mis-
chief, petty theft, battery on
a law enforcement officer,
resisting arrest with violence
and resisting arrest without
violence.
Adam Wayne Platt, 22, of
507 Carribean Isle Blvd.,
Melbourne, was charged
April 27 with two counts of
aggravated battery-domestic
violence, aggravated assault-
domestic violence, two
counts of shooting/throwing
a missile into a dwelling or
vehicle, two counts of


assault and two counts of
false imprisonment.
*William PaulWhitt, 46, of
1200 Oak St., Melbourne,
was charged April 27 with
grand theft.
Faheen Jamal Williams,
19, of 2123 Washington St.,
Unit A, Palm Bay, was
charged April 27 with on-site
violation of probation/viola-
tion of community control
and possession of an alco-
holic beverage by a person
younger than 21.
Julius J. Gelabert, 37, of
620 Shady Lane, Melbourne,
was charged April 28 with
child abuse and two counts
of battery-domestic vio-
lence.
Rashad Sharp, 18, of 838
Barbados Ave., Melbourne,
was charged April 28 with
fleeing/attempting to elude
a police officer, having no
valid driver's license, posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance, felony possession of
a controlled substance while
in physical control of a
motor vehicle, driving under
the influence-property dam-
age, driving under the influ-
ence and leaving the scene
of an accident with more
than $50 damage.
Leron Sivah Cloud, 33, of
2322 Stone St., No. 6, Mel-
bourne, was charged April 29
with robbery.
Marvin Patrick Erwin, 38,
of 4375 Plompton Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
April 29 with felony battery
and on-site violation of pro-
bation/violation of commu-
nity control.
Dominique J. Hall, 24, of
1704 PGA Blvd., Melbourne,
was charged April 29 with
battery-domestic violence,
failure to appear-traffic, two
counts of resisting arrest
with violence and two
counts of, battery on a law
enforcement officer.
Niya Reshea McMullin,
28, of 825 E. University Blvd.,
No. 7, Melbourne, was
charged April 29 with pos-
session of more than 20
grams of cannabis, posses-
sion of a controlled sub-


stance with intent to sell,
possession of cannabis and
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
*Vanessa Lyn Hathaway,
35, of 4252 Sparrow Hawk
Road, Melbourne, was
charged April 30 with
acquiring/obtaining a con-
trolled substance by misrep-
resentation/fraud/forgery/d
exception, possession of a
controlled substance and
making/altering/forging a
prescription.
J. Angel Holloway, 44, of
1201 Bridgewater Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
April 30 with resisting arrest
without violence and battery
on a law enforcement offi-
cer.
Dennis Bryan McBride,
35, of 2851 Laura Baugh
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged April' 30 with pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance and. possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Christine Marie Russak,
45, of 124 Valencia Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
April 30 as a fugitive from
justice.

West Melbourne
Police Department

James Walker Hall, 24, of
6826 Pinewood Drive N.E.,
Palm Bay, was charged April
27 with aggravated battery-
domestic violence.
*.Donald Leath Ross, 22, of
995 Pineland Drive, Rock-
ledge, was charged April 27
with burglary, petty theft
and loitering or prowling.
Ree Karen Sopk6, 39, of
7683 Greenboro Drive, West
Melbourne, was charged
April 28 with battery, aggra-
vated-assault and on-site
violation of probation/viola-
tion of community control.
Hans Christian Olsen, 45,
of 2825 Sunset Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged April29
as a habitual traffic offender
driving on a' suspended
license.
Douglas Wayne Williams,
35, of 3120 Ellis Drive, West


Melbourne, was charged
April 29 with armed burgla-
ry, grand theft of a firearm,
grand theft auto, discharging
a firearm in public, felony
criminal mischief and pos-
session of a firearm/con-
cealed weapon by a convict-
ed felon.

Brevard County
Sheriffs Office

Neil Richard Gransbury,
30, of 720 Footbridge Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
April 24 with violation of
probation.
Robin Leslie Hikes, 31, of
1117 Swan St., Melbourne,
was charged April 24 with
violation of community
control.
Jennifer Lee Sisti, 23,
address unknown, was
charged April 24 with
attempting to solicit/con-
spire, trafficking a con-
trolled substance, introduc-
ing contraband into jail and
two counts of violation of
probation.
Timothy Lee Goldsmith,
43, address unknown, was
charged April 25 with false
imprisonment and extor-
tion/threats.
Frank Ruggieri Jr., 66,
address unknown, was
charged April 25 with kid-
napping, false imprison-
ment, extortion/threats,
aggravated battery, petty
theft, resisting arrest with-
out violence and possession
of drug paraphernalia.
Michael David Smith, 26,
address unknown, was
charged April 25 with felony
driving under the influence.
Michael J. Urich, 44,
address unknown, was
charged April 25 with tam-
pering with evidence and'
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
Thomas E. Taylor, 30,
address unknown, was
charged April 26 with felony
failure to appear.
Jemnil Maky Williams, 24,
of 3308 Saxon St., Mel-
bourne, was charged April


26 with non-support, mis-
demeanor failure to appear,
violation of probation and
failure to appear-traffic.
Andrew Roy Davis, 28,
address unknown, was
charged April 27 with viola-
tion of probation and pos-
session of more than 20
grams of cannabis.
Daniel Eugene Dur-
borow, 49, of 490 N. Wick-
ham Road, No. 161, Mel-
bourne, was charged April
27 with felony driving under
the influence.
Joseph S. Phermetton,
47, of 4683 Greenboro Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
April 28 with misdemeanor
failure to appear, possession
of a controlled substance
with intent to sell and false
Imprisonment.
Barbara Anne Rush, 39,
of 2577 Panama Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged April
28 with uttering a forged
instrument and forgery.
Rikki Ann Sawyer, 32,
address unknown, was
charged April 28 with bur-
glary and petty theft.
Garrett Walter Schull, 26,
of 3939 Saint Armens St.,
Melbourne, was charged
April 28 with bringing a
forged/counterfeit bank bill
into the state, uttering a
forged/counterfeit bill,
petty theft and circulating a
substitute for regular cur-
rency.
Zachery Ephrom David-
son, 18, of 360 Tuscany Way,
No. 212, Melbourne, was
charged April 29 with three
counts of burglary and three
counts of grand theft.
Robert Aaron Moore, 23,
of 1312 Boxwood Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged April
29 with violation of proba-
tion.
Barry James Bunch, 65,
of 1685 Seneca Place, Mel-
bourne, was charged April
30 with violation of proba-
tion.
James D. Raynor, 18, of
1328 California Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged April
30 with grand theft.


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Unhappy with photos

I think it's ridiculous that you can find the time to put two
pictures of the Hooter's girl doing car washes in your paper.
But when there is a fundraiser for the skate park for (chil-
dren) in Satellite Beach, you can't find the time to put any
article, picture or mention of it in there.
Editor's note: Photo requests and press releases must be
submitted as to allow adequate scheduling for publication.
Hometown News regrets that it cannot include those
received in an untimely manner.

A note on prayer

Our country was founded on Christian morals, Christian
ethics and Christian beliefs. Before our forefathers would
start their meeting, there would be a great silence when one
person would pray for God's guidance for the new country.
Now you can't even hear the prayer being said, if they pray
at all.
When did this all begin? When the concept of evolution
was accepted and when the homosexual community began
to come out of the closet and forced their voices to"be
heard. (This) is just one of the reasons why this country has
lost sight of our morals, ethics and beliefs.
I remember, as a child, we prayed in school and then
pledged to the American flag. Now, because the word "God"
offends people, very little of that is being done. God and
prayer have been taken out 6f the schools. The pledge is
slowly being done away with.
It is time that we, the Christian nation of America, boldly
stand against what is being done here in our country. Let
our voices be heard, just like Moses. We should stand
together against the darkness that is trying to come into our
country and let the light of God shine again for our nation.

Spay and neuter pets

Many times I have read that Brevard County citizens are
, appalled at the killing of 10,000 unwanted animals, each
year that occurs in this county.'The main solution to this
problem is to have affordable spay and neuter services
available to the community. Several locallow-cost facilities
have up to three-month waits for sutgery appointment.
With the new low-cost spay and neuter facility that just
opened at Central Brevard Humane Society, 1020 Cox Road,
Cocoa, there is now another high-quality facility for the
public to (take their pets to) for this important surgery. As it
is now, waiting times for appointments are minimal. Low-'
cost vaccines are also being done, with or without surgery.
Come on Brevard, let's get the pet overpopulation under
control and help out this much-needed nonprofit organiza-
tion that has cared for our homeless animals since 1952.
Other communities have gotten their kill rates greatly
decreased by spay and neuter programs. I know that Bre-
vard can do the same thing.
Call the Central Brevard Humane Society at (321) 636-
3343 today and get those critters fixed. You will be doing a
favor to yourself, the community and pet.

Let's hear from you

Let's have a response from someone at the School Board
inViera, other than a polished statement from a profession-
al mouthpiece aka "public information officer." Let's hear a
response to the recent rant "An easy fix."
Suggestions are solid: (1) Cut board members salaries 75
percent. (2) Cut the superintendent's salary, staff and
expenses 50 percent. (3) Cancel bonuses for anyone making
oyer $75,000. (4) Get rid of little-used school bus routes. If
there's only eight (children) using the bus, use common.
sense and get a van. (5) Cut down on the administrative
paperwork. It seems half the staff at Viera is paid solely to
push state paperwork for state funding. I've heard it's a net
loss the cost of pushing paper is about equal to the money
the state provides.
If we say "no, thanks" to the state, not only can Viera be
streamlined, we can do away with FCAT and the classroom
time FCAT wastes.
The superintendent is ignoring the loud and clear
protests from parents and teachers that administrative
waste is what needs to be cut. Isn't it interesting how the
school board operates their scheme, but parents are too

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smart to fall for it. The superintendent desperately needs
parents to rage at legislators in Tallahassee, not at his staff in
Viera. This is so no real cuts are made to his over-stuffed and
overpaid Viera "kingdom." Instead, the superintendent
makes paper cuts and the shameful waste continues as
usual. Instead, the superintendent threatens to cut dear
programs that are the most loved by parents, cancel athletic
programs, close neighborhood schools, squeeze teacher
pay and supplies, while at the same time saying cuts won't
affect students. Call your school board member and let
them know how you feel. Their contact information is at
www.brevard.kl2.fl.us. Click on "District Directory."

Hire new teachers

I'd like to call out the rant "Between a rock and a hard
place."
The writer describes himself or herself as a retired teacher
who's "benefit monthly income isn't enough for my needs."
Are you trying to convince us you should be re-hired
because you need more money? Good teachers aren't in it
for the money. Or you are saying because you served 30
years and you have a master's degree and five certifications,
you should be re-hired? As aparent with hundreds of hours
of classroom time. I say most 30-year-teachers are burnt-
out. You may be a good teacher, however, I see after 30 years
of teaching, most have no interest or motivation left what-
soever.
Let's face it, teaching is a demanding, difficult profession
with abysmal pay. Sooner or later, most have had it and
want out. They're counting years until retirement and col-
lecting a paycheck. Let's put a 20-year limit on classroom
teaching, then move (them) up to administration or retrain
(them) for a different career as a severance package benefit.
New teachers is the way to go: fresh ideas, knowledge of
the latest teaching methods, able to relate to "deteriorated
student behavior," as the writer puts it. Most important is an
energetic love of teaching and a real enjoyment of kids.
They cost less, too.

Don't retire shuttle program

It is downright sad and irresponsible to retire the shuttle
program in 2010. Besides the loss of jobs from the
inevitable layoffs at Kennedy Space Center, how about the
trickle-down effect to many of the area businesses? Brevard
will still be in the recession and depression while the coun-
try may start emerging out of the "permanent" recession.
I'm writing this to you today because I had the pleasure of
taking the annual KSC Family Open House tour this past
weekend with a good friend and employee of United Space
Alliance. There were a lot of people walking about and the
enthusiasm for the space program was evident. Due to the
traffic back-ups to see the shuttles, my friend and I took a
different direction. We were in the VAB building.
The inside is just so impressive. The banners of all the
successful missions remind you of'a sports team and their
championship ties in a given sports arena or stadium.
But what really saddens me is all the legacy that is still out
there that many Brevardians have forgotten about: Gemini,
Mercury aid Apollo.
(I stood) on top of the pads that many great astronauts
and heroes once walked. Now a lot of it is rusted and forgot-
ten.
Is it asking too much for these areas to be preserved for
the future? For one day, I wish I had a (time) machine to see
what Cocoa Beach was like in the days of Apollo. All the
sights and sounds. The Moon Hut. Walter Cronkite at
Bernard's Surf.
Back when I was a kid, I thought, maybe naively, that in
2009, our space program would be a lot of what you would
have seen on TV shows like the "Jetsons" or "Star Trek."
Sadly, I don't even think now I'll ever see a man back on the
moon or Mars.
There is so much to see out at KSC. Obviously, not every-
one can take a tour into areas that are secured and only for
employee access. But taking a trip to the Visitors Center and
a bus tour is something everyone in Brevard should do once
in their lifetime.

What has been accomplished?

Now that the big protest exhibition at Wickham Park has
passed, what has been accomplished? I wish some of the
press had taken, a survey of the participants, asking how
many are registered voters who actually vote. Can these
people name the members of their city council, their state
representatives, their county commissioners? Can they tell
you the names of their senators or their representatives?
Have any of these people ever had a real conversation with
an elected official? Could not their time and energy (have)
been put to better use? Maybe taking tea bags and going to
the Daily Bread or a soup kitchen and making some tea and
volunteering to cook and serve some of the less fortunate


Michelle Patterson, a
teacher of autistic
students at Sabal Elemen-
tary School, gets a pie in
the face from Josh
Campbell of Melbourne.
The school raised more
than $7,000 in funds for
the Relay for Life cam-
paign. The students were
given the chance to
purchase Easter eggs as
part of the fundraiser.
The Easter eggs either
had candy or a ticket
inside. The tickets
allowed students to hit
the teacher or administra-
tor of their choice with a


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people? How about taking some trash bags and going
around their neighborhood and picking up litter? How
about doing some volunteer work at the Salvation Army, the
Red Cross or a homeless shelter? There are so many in
which they could make things better.

Don't disregard signs

I love animals and have had pets in the family. Thus, I do
not have a problem with dogs. The problem, is with dog
owners who think rules do not apply to them. I visit Wick-
ham Park with grandchildren) and neighbors' (children)
, and it seems many dog owners believe they can have the
run of the place. There are signs that specifically prohibit
dogs in the areas of the lakes and playground. Still, every
time I go there, someone always disregards the signs. Not
content with ignoring signs, they let them run without
leashes and defecate in areas near the lakes. I even had one
couple who let (their) dogs climb in the children's play-
ground and urinate on it.
Never mind the nice "dog park" area that costs tens of
thousands of dollars, never mind all the signs, including the
entrance sign, on the wooden fences all around lakes and
Playgrounds. There are always those owners who, couldn't
Scare less. I even had to tell a couple in the playground area
to remove their dogs. Their answer: "Oh, our (children) are
playing, so we brought the dogs." My answer: "Your (chil-
Sdren) and youcan stay. Dogs will have to go. We have rules
for safety, the (children's) safety, not your convenience."
SMaybe it is time to prohibit dogs in the park to avoid an
irresponsible owner causing damage, pain and scars on our
(children.)

Respect construction workers

Some people need to get a life and respect the hard-work-
ing men (who) are making it safer for us (by) improving our
road conditions. I have been watching people (who) are
completely freaking out cursing and even spitting at the
men (who) are busting their butts in (the) hot sun every day.
What is wrong with you? They are doing their job and, if
you are in such a hurry, then you need to plan accordingly,
instead of taking it out on them. Your behavior is ridiculous
and you need some serious mental help. If everyone would
not have complained about them doing it at night, the roads
would have been finished by now. So, calm down and deal
with it.

Put leash on dog

Recently we had someone move into the neighborhood
who owns a pit bull. This person chooses not to put their pit
bull on a leash. She says, The dog won't hurt you."
We have children from age 4-10. who live on the street. We
would appreciate it if the dog's owner would wake up and
face the facts: a dog is a dog. It.can bite at any moment. It
can be startled at any moment. It is a pit bull.
Put the leash on the dog. Protect our children. Protect our
dogs.

We enjoy the Rants & Raves

My wife and I own a home here in Florida. We live the rest
of the year in the Northeast.
Hometown News is delivered to me at my home every Fri-
day. It is very enjoyable to read. You can't beat the price. We
enjoy the Rants & Raves. It is fun to read the different opin-
ions of people.
We will miss it when we return north. We would like to see
it go national.

Wayne is tops

The Harris Poll has been running a nationwide poll for the
more than 15 years asking the question, "Who is your
favorite movie star?" Every year, one person has been in the
top 10, 13 of those years in the top three. Among this year's
top 10 are: Denzel Washington, John Lane, Clint Eastwood,
Will Smith, Harrison Ford and Morgan Freeman. '
Totally missing are all the pretty boy Hollywood metro-
sexuals: Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Matt Damon, Leonardo
DiCaprio, Sean Penn, et al. These are all celebrities we are
always told are stars, but ho one goes to their movies any-
more.
The only one in 15 years who has been named posthu-
mously is John Wayne. Wayne represents honesty, justice,
truth, liberty, America, fighting for what you believe in and,
most importantly, in this awful era of the metrosexual,
(John) Wayne represents good old boy, give a punch, take a
punch, have a drink and laugh about it masculinity.
Wake up, Hollywood. Two of the biggest hits starred real
men Clint Eastwood in "Gran Torino" and Liam Neesom in
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announced that Kendall
Moore has been selected as
recipient of its 2009 Bridge
Builder Award. The award
was created in 2002 to recog-
nize individuals and volun-
teers who provide exemplary
service to their community
through United Way. Using
their time, talents and
resources, these special indi-
viduals work to build
"bridges of caring" in Bre-
vard County each year.
Mr.,Moore, a local attor-
ney, has provided countless
hours of service to United
Way of Brevard as a volun-
teer, helping to design the
organization's new key focus
areas and strategies to have
impact in childhood suc-
cess, basic needs and finan-
cial stability. He has also
played a key role in the
recent steps to re-design
United Way's Community
Impact' Fund Distribution
Process.
Mr. Moore has served two
consecutive three-year
terms as a member of United
Way's board of directors and,
for the last three years, on
the executive committee as
community impact chair.
For information, visit
www.uwbrevard.org.

Coast Chorus brings
home the gold
The Platinum Coast Cho-
rus, under the direction of
Diane Zoll, recently brought
home a gold medal, for the
second year in a row, by win-
ning first-place in the
Atlantic-Gulf Region No. 9
Division "A" Sweet Adeline
Chorus Competition. Region
No. 9 includes choruses
from Melbourne, Tampa,
Jacksonville, Gainesville,
Orlando, Sarasota, Fort
Myers and Hilton Head, S. C.
- This year marks the third
consecutive year that the


Platinum Coast Chorus, a
nonprofit organization pro-
moting music education and
barbershop harmony, has
received honors at the annu-
al Sweet Adeline competi-
tion.
For information, call (321)
727-0921 or visit www.plat-
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ERA Showcase agents
certified
ERA Showcase Properties
Investments has announced
that 35 real estate agents
have achieved the Cartus
Network Affinity Specialist
certification. This annual
certificate is part of the Cer-
tified Agent Advantage pro-
gram, a professional stan-
dard available exclusively to
the members of the Cartus
Broker Network.
The CNAS course covers
performance metrics and
goals to address the critical-
to-quality elements of suc-
cessfully servicing affinity
clients and their customers.
For information, call (321)
453-7700.

Employees
recognized for
volunteerism
Lockheed Martin recently
acknowledged more than
100 employees for commu-
nity service volunteer
efforts.
Employees receiving a
bronze award for 100 249
hours of volunteer service
included: Andy Aanderud,
David Cherepon, Robert
Christensen, Mike Eagney,
Stephanie Ebright, Eric
Fricker, Nahyomy Garcja-
Figueroa, Jaime Gurtner,
Charles Herring, Scott Hol-
comb, Axel Hohl, James Her-
man, David Johnson, Bar-
bara Kerschner, George
Kraft, Darryl Laws, Joe Mal-
donado, Lizzeta Mort, David
Ott, Jackie Petit,. Michael
Rendina, Sue Strout; Bruce


Weston, Larry Wilson,
Shawn Williams, Margo
Witcher and Herb Yamada.
Receiving a silver award
for 250 499 community
hours were: Jill Boyd, Chris-
tine Brown, Larry Easley,
Nancy Godfrey, Walter
Kressler, Adrian Laffitte,
James Powers, Luis Rosario,
Steven Russell, Steve Smith,
Eric Smitt, Adam Spenik,
James Teele and Karen
Wargo.
Employees receiving a
gold award for 500 plus
hours were: Jonsie Ivey,
Michael 'Lynn' Smith and
Danny Sweat.
For information, call (321)
876-2022 or e-mail
margo.f.witcher@lmco.com.

Students win for
satellite design
A team pioneering satellite
design won the inaugural
"Best in Show" prize from
Northrop Grumman during
Florida Institute of Technol-
ogy's recent Northrop Grum-
man Engineering and Sci-
ence Student Design
Showcase.
Team winners included
Sukru Sagbankalem, Hus-
sain Alwadie, Tom Shrader,
Yeounsoo Kim and Shadi Al-
Oqbi.
For more than four
decades, Florida Tech engi-
neering and science stu-
dents have been required to
complete a hands-on,
detailed senior project
before graduation. A $1 mil-
lion endowment gift from
Northrop Grumman Corpo-
ration has underwritten the
students' work.
For information, call (321)
674-6218.

Program for elderly
awarded funds
Florida's Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Elders
program, which helps sen-
iors get the most out of


Medicare benefits and make
informed choices about
health care options, has
received a federal award of
more than $2.3 million.
The award represents the
17th year of funding for
SHINE, which offers coun-
seling and information
through a network of more
than 400 volunteers and
more than 300 community
partners. Over the past two
years, SHINE has assisted
more than 530,000 clients
across the state through
either one-on-one counsel-
ing, educational presenta-
tions to community groups
or health and senior fairs.
For information, call toll-
free to (800) 963-5337 or visit
www.FloridaSHINE.org.

Children eat free
Piccadilly Restaurants has
announced that children age
6 and younger may receive a
free "kids meal" with the
purchase of an adult meal.
The offer is available Mon-
day through Saturday at the
following local restaurants:
1700 W New Haven.Ave.,
West Melbourne
158 E. Merritt Square,
Merritt Island
Restrictions apply. For
information, visit www.pic-
cadilly.com.

BCC recognized for
service learning
The Brevard Community
College Service Learning
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Education Community Ser-
vice Honor Roll with distinc-
tion.
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federal recognition a college
or university can receive for
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HTN in top three in U.S., again this year


Staff Report
Hometown News was recognized
with a number of professional
accolades over the past two weeks,
including being named among the
top community newspapers in the
country.


The group of community news-
papers won 12 awards at the
annual conference and trade show
held by The Association of Free
Community Papers, a national
trade organization, in Myrtle
Beach, S.C., April 23-25.
Over the weekend of May 1-3,


Hometown News was recognized
with 35 awards at the Community
Papers of Florida's annual confer-
ence in Orlando.
"Hometown News will be 7 years
old next month, and out of six
award conferences, we've been
named in the top three community


newspapers in the nation five
times," said Steve Erlanger, pub-
lisher and COO. "It's always an
honor to be recognized by one's
peers, but in these trying times -
when many newspapers are
struggling and we're all working
harder than ever, it's especially


meaningful."
National awards:
Outstanding publication, third
place, Martin County Hometown
News
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From page A7
and Community Service.
BCC is the only community college in the
state of Florida selected for this honor.
For information, call (321) 433-7091.
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Melbourne, a locally owned and operated
commercial real estate firm, has announced
the sale of vacant land on the northwest cor-
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Natalie plans to study
biology in preparation for
graduate-level work in
health sciences, working
toward her future aspiration
of becoming an advanced
nurse practitioner.
"I will definitely miss all of
my friends here, especially
in the junior class, and I
know I'm going to miss the
warm Florida weather,"
Natalie said. "But I'm
looking forward to gaining
some independence and
being on my own, so that I
have the opportunity to
figure out exactly who I
am."
A Melbourne native, Lee,
18, was a member of the
National Honor Society for
all four years of high school
and a member of the
Chemistry National Honor
Society and the Spanish
National Honor Society.
He also earned highest
honors in ninth through
12th grade, was a member
Of Mu Alpha Theta and
served as president of his
school's Interact Club.
Within the community,
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tative, a Hugh O' Brien
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tative and served as a
member of Youth Leader-
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year.
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selected to attend the 2008
Young Leaders Conference
at the University of Florida
in Gainesville.
Lee will be attending
Georgia Tech University in
Atlanta next year, where he
will study chemical engi-
neering.
"Georgia Tech was one of
the'first schools I toured,"
he said. "It has one of the
best technical programs in
the country, and I really love
the area that it's in."
While he knows he will
miss his family and the
many faculty members that
have served as his mentors,
Lee said he's setting his
sights on the future:.
S"I'mlooking forward to
the new experiences and
the new people I will meet
in college," he said. "I'm
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Rants
From page A6
"Taken," not box-office flop,
Sean Penn in "Milk," among
others.

Lazy parents

I feel sorry for children
who have "lazy parent syn-
drome." All parents have to
do is teach their children the
right thing to do.
I feel sorry for anyone who
has to go to the security staff
with the schools. They con-
done the syndrome. They
cater and coddle those who
have it and kick out the chil-
dren who do the right thing
and defend themselves
against it.
Parents, do your jobs. Half
these children would be
totally different if you did.

Roundabout is con-
fusing

I was hoping you could do
an article on the round-
about in Viera. It is so dan-
gerous. Many people don't
understand that you can't go
right from the left lane or left
from the right lane or to go


around it. Luckily, most of
us know to look out for
them, but when you get two
people who don't know what-
to do, we will have a very
bad accident there.
There are signs there that
people should follow. If you
did an article, perhaps you
could save a life.'

Fact versus fantasy

For the last few weeks, all I
have been hearing is doom
and gloom about the
upcoming school budget.
There has been nothing but
poor mouthing from anyone
connected to the present
. school system. I have taken
it upon myself to see if I
could separate fact from
fantasy. Here is what I have
discovered thus far.
Fantasy: We need more
money because the student
population has increased
greatly in the past decade.
Fact: In the last decade,
the school population has
only increased 11 percent,
has decreased in the last
year and is predicted to
decrease next year. As refer-
enced in Florida Today Feb.
1.
Fantasy: We need more
money because inflation


has increased greatly in the
last decade.
Fact: Inflation has only
gone up 26 percent and is
expected to slightly decease
this year. As referenced at
the Department of Labor
Web site.
Fantasy: We need more
funding because the schools
are over crowed.
Fact: Schools' square
footage under room has
gone up 33 percent while
the student population has
only gone up 11 percent. As
referenced in Florida Today
March 9.
Fantasy: We need more
funding to attract a- better
school administrator to run
the school system.
Fact: How much do we
have to pay them? I could
find (more than) 20 people
in the school administration
(who) make more than the
governor of the state. As ref-
erenced in Florida Today
and the Brevard County
school boardWeb site.
Fantasy: Teachers in Bre-
vard (County) are paid
below the national average.
Fact: A meaningless state-
ment, as the cost of living in
Brevard is well below the
national average.
Fantasy: Brevard's teach-


ers did not get a raise in the
last contract.
Fact: Technically correct:
however, their workday was
reduced from eight hours
per day to seven and a-half.
That equates to a 6.6 per-
cent raise per hour worked -
in effect, a raise per hour in
pay.
Fantasy: The school budg-
et has not kept pace with the
times.
Fact: The school budget
has increased by 68 percent
in the last decade greatly
exceeding both the student
population and inflation. As
referenced in fantasy one
and two, Florida Today, Feb.
2.
Perhaps everybody asso-
ciated with the school sys-
tem should have to take
classes in fiscal manage-
ment and fiscal responsibili-
ty, instead of doom and
gloom and poor mouthing.

The states are
doomed

The United States of
America 'is certainly
doomed. It's a has-been sec-
ond-rate country soon to
join Spain and England as
second-world used-to-be's.
The problem is, the USA is
populated mostly with igno-
rant, apathetic sheep and
run by corrupt, greedy
politicians. There is no sign
of it getting any better and
(there are) lots of reasons to
believe it will get much
worse. No one dares point
this out, as they will be
branded a traitorous Mus-
lim. So keep your mouth
shut and fly that flag in your
front yard.


Two rants

I have two rants for you to
print.
First, I want to know if
people are really as stupid
as they act. We all remem-
ber a year ago and all the
fires here in PalmBay. I still
see people throw lit ciga-
rettes out their car win-
dows. (The fire) was devas-
tating for so many people.
My only thoughts are that
maybe (the people throw-
ing lit cigarettes from their
windows) weren't affected
by all the tragedy. Or, they
just don't care. We are in as
bad a state as last year. We
should all be very careful
and not careless.
My second concern
(regards the) directional
signals on all cars. A good
many people do not use
them or do not use them in
the proper way, as taught in
the driver's manual. Some
put them on halfway into a
turn. They give no warning
at all to the car following
them. (They) don't even
think about following a car
at a safe distance. Someone
will always inch right in to
the space. It is no wonder
there are so many accidents
in this area. And it is not
any one particular age,
race, etc. I have seen them
all.

I'm feeling stimulat-
ed

As I look over my 401(K)
statement, I find only shat-
tered illusions of hope and I
am left with nothing but
change. I hope that the
great minds in Washington


are keeping track of the bil-
lions and trillions of dollars
being printed.
Prior to the government -
created housing debacle, I
didn't know what AIG was,
but now I own them. I never
really thought about Gener-
al Motors (better known
as) Government Motors -
but now, not only do I own
them and warranty their
products, but I can fire their
executives. I never cared
what my neighbors paid for
their house or how they
financed it, but now I am
part-owner. We now have a
whole new class of public
affordable housing and I
believe that home closings
should now be open to the
public. If I am to be a part-
owner, I should have the
right to review the settle-
ment documents and visit
the property to ensure that
it is being maintained.
Since I am part-owner, I
should also be able to
deduct a portion of their
mortgage interest.
Washington is now con-
sidering another stimulus
package to rebuild Ameri-
can roads, bridges and
waterways jobs for the
building trades union;
investing in more access to
broadband jobs for com-
munication union workers;
creating a clean energy
economy jobs requiring
electrical union workers to
modernize the grid and
investment in schools -
jobs for teachers' unions.
A cynic might believe that
this bill was a union payoff
for the recent election. Of
course, the lickspittles in
the American press would
never mention this.


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Best color news photo,
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Brevard

The Nu Kopy Katz know
how to have fun. And
entertain others at the
same time.
I recently had the chance
to watch them perform at
Atlantic Shores Nursing &
Rehab Center, 4251 Stack
Blvd., Melbourne.
The Nu Kopy Katz, which
they call a "lip singing
group," lip synch and sing
live to a variety of artists,
from Peggy Lee to Johnny
Cash. This group of seniors
does not let age get in the
way of a good time. They
can move and shake with
the likes of much younger
counterparts.
The audience at Atlantic
Shores was appreciative and
responsive. I sat next to an
octogenarian named Miss
Glenna, who, like most of
the others in the audience,
was sitting in a wheelchair.
Sharp as a tack, Miss
Glenna provided me with
an amusing commentary as
the Nu Kopy Katz per-
formed. Her sense of humor
was evidenced when Gene
Snook, singing live and
engaging the ladies in the
audience by vocalizing to
them individually, crooned
to her while looking into her
eyes, which she proceeded
to cross and roll around in
circles.
But while Miss Glenna
mischievously clowned
around, other audience
members were, on one
hand,.enthusiastic in their
response by clapping their
hands and singing along
and,onthe other hand,
moved to tears, like the lady
who was given a flower and
a scarf from "Elvis."
The Nu Kopy Katz include
performances by Eddie and
Rona Goldman, Beverly
Kas, Art Karns, Fran
Durbin, Gene Snook, Theda
McGrath, ViWolcott, John
Carbonare and Barbara
Garguilo.
Members Helen Buckley
and Joe Naulty provided
back-up support for the
performers, who enhanced
their presentation with faux
instruments that they
"played."
See EXPLORE, B3


Theater group visits 'On Golden Pond'


By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.com
It took director Patrick
Phillips more than a
year-and-a-half to cast
the lead for his produc-
tion of "On Golden
Pond," but once he did,
his entire vision came
together.
"It's a very demanding
role; it's a physical role,"
said Mr. Phillips, who has
been directing and
producing since he was
16. "Not only that, but
the part of Norman has
something like 300 lines.
There is a great amount
of talented and brilliant
actors in this area, but I
couldn't quite find who I
was looking for."
A former broadcast
journalist and local actor,
John Rowe, of Cocoa,
impressed Mr. Phillips
during his audition for
the role of Norman
Thayer, who undergoes
many emotional trans-
formations throughout
the play.
At 6 feet 9 inches, Mr.
Rowe is known by the
local theater community
for his low, deep voice.
and versatile characters.
"He is a very experi-
enced, thoughtful and
educated actor," said Mr.
Phillips, who created the
Ipsylon Theatre Group
about two years ago. "He
brings a lot of energy and
talent to the part."
Written by Ernest
Thompson, "On Golden
Pond" was first per-


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Foy Staley of Cape Canaveral, John Rowe of Cocoa and
Annie England of Cocoa Beach rehearse a scene from
the play 'On Golden Pond'. The Ipsylon Theatre Group
will perform the play May 15 and 16 at the King Center
Studio Theatre in Melbourne.


formed on Broadway in
1979.
While different than
the stage version, a film
adaptation of the play
starring Katharine
Hepburn, Henry Fonda
and Jane Fonda was
released in 1981.
The plot follows
Norman and Ethel
Thayer as they spend
their 48th summer at
their vacation home on
Golden Pond in Maine.


During the year the
story takes place, the
couple is visited by
daughter, Chelsea, her
fiance and his son, Billy,
who later bonds with
soon-to-be grandfather,
Norman.
While he has per-
formed in more than 35
local productions, Mr.
Rowe said playing
"Norman" is by far his
largest role.
"It's such a demanding
part because Norman is


really two different
people in the play, and
the transformation he
makes is a huge chal-
lenge," Mr. Rowe said.
"It's a truly incredible
script with so much
humor in it. Some see
Norman as an aging man
suffering from memory
loss, but I don't see him
like that at all. He's very
quick and bright and
fully aware of his own
faculties."
The play explores the
often unstable relation-
ship Norman and his
daughter had growing
up, and the physical and
emotional difficulties the
Thayers experience
throughout their lives.
"I find the play a lot
different than the movie
- which we have all come
to know so well in that
it is a lot more light-
hearted and fun," Mr.
Phillips said. "The play is
basically about an hour-
and-a-half full of jokes.
Some is subtle humor
and some is not, but it's
definitely all about the
jokes."
Mr. Phillips and his
business partner, Ronald
Farnham, started their
theater company, Ipsylon
Productions, several
years ago, but "On
Golden Pond" will be
their first production in
the Brevard County area.
The play will be May
15-16 at 8 p.m. at the
black box theater of the
Maxwell C. King Center
for the Performing Arts in
Melbourne.
See POND, B5


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FRIDAY, MAY 8
Space Coast Steel
Band in concert 6 p.m. Fri-
day, May 8, at the Space
Coast Junior Senior High
School Auditorium, 6150
Banyan St., Cocoa. Admis-
sion is free. Call (321) 638-
0750.
Friday Fest, a street
party, will take placein his-
toric downtown Melbourne
from 6-10 p.m. and will
feature the band Radio Fly-
erz, the Kidz Zone, art, craft,
business and food vendors.
Many shops will remain
open. Sanctuary, a local'
band formed by the owner
of Tin Roof Popcorn Com-
pany, will play in front of
Railroad Emporium. (321)
724-1741.
The Brevard Communi-
ty Chorus, the Brevard
Chorale and the Brevard
Community Orchestra will
present Joseph Haydn's


oratorio "Th'e Creation" at
7:30 p.m. Friday, May 8, at
the Maxwell C. King Center
for the Performing Arts,
3865 N. Wickham Road,
Melbourne. Tickets are $20
for adults and $15 for stu-
dents and seniors. Call
(321) 242-2219.

UPCOMING EVENTS
SMother's .Day plant
and floral fundraiser for
Astronaut High School
Project Graduation: 8:30
a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday,
May 9, at 1510 Old Dixie
Highway, Titusville. Call
(321) 543-3696 or e-mail
kheide@cfl.rr.com.
Mother's Day Art
Appreciation and High
Tear 2-4 p.m. Saturday, May
9, at LoPressionism Gallery
inside the Christmas Cot-
tage, 1002 East New Haven
Ave., Melbourne. Admis-
sion is free. Call (321) 722-


6000 to reserve.
Catholic Charities of
Central Florida will host its
second annual Adopt-A-
Laugh evening of entertain-
ment from 6:30-10:30 p.m.
Saturday, May 9, at the
Cocoa Beach Country Club,
5000 Tom Warriner Blvd.,
Cocoa Beach. Tickets are
$35. Call (321) 636-6144
or e-mail info@adopta-
laugh.com.
Big Kid Adventure to
McLarty Treasure Museum
and Sebastian River boat
tour on Tuesday, May 12.
Meet at Kiwanis Island Park
at 9 a.m. and return at 5
p.m. Call (321) 455-1385
to register.
Lag B'Omer will be
sponsored by Chabad of
the Space & Treasure
Coasts at 6 p.m. Tuesday,
May 12, at Pelican Park,
1495 AIA, Satellite Beach.
Lag B'Omer is a festive day
on the Jewish calendar, cel-


ebrated with outings, bon-
fires and other joyous
events. For information, call
(321) 777-2770 or e-mail
bob@jewishbrevard.com.
'Art of Teachers' art
exhibit in the Harris Corpo-
ration Gallery at the
Maxwell C. King Center for
the Performing Arts, 3835
N. Wickham Road, Mel-
bourne. Opening reception
is 4-6 p.m. Thursday, May
14. The exhibit runs
through Saturday, June 6.
*'On Golden Pond,' writ-
ten by Ernest Thompson
and directed by Patrick
Phillips, will be presented
at the King Center for the
Performing Arts, Black Box
Studio Stage, 3865 N. Wick-
ham Road, Melbourne.
Enter on Post Road. Perfor-
mances will be at 8 p.m.
Thursday, May 14; Friday,
May 15; and Saturday, May
See OUT B5


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 5-8-2009
Aries-March 21-April19
Let others around you know
how much you appreciate
their help and support You are
on an exciting journey in life.
You know what you want You
know how to get it Just be
sure to pace yourself in the
quest and stay focused and
balanced in the pursuit Let
your recent victories be step-
ping-stones for even more in
the future.

Taurus-April 20-May20
Your heart knows the truth.
Your head will talk you out of it
if you think too much about
your recent decisions. Keep
writing down and affirming
your goals and dreams. You
are approaching a time of
change. Keep releasing old
habits, attitudes and things.
This makes room for the new
and keeps you focused on
your visions.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
The universe finds strong favor
with you because of your posi-
tive attitude. You are stronger
than you realize. Your powerful
presence is felt and respected
by others around you. Major
change wants to happen. Are
you ready? Keep reaching
inside and go beyond any
imaginary limitations and suc-
cess is assured.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
There is only so much you can
do in one day. Work from the
top of your priority list and you
will get more of the most
important things done first
You should take one day a
week for yourself. It doesn't
have to be Sunday. You would
do better the other six if you
had this much-needed break
to look forward to. No reason
to bum out now.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
You are a star player in the
game of life, not a spectator.
You are constantly discovering
new talents and gifts you didn't
know you had. This is exciting
and the stuff that keeps life
interesting and changing. Your
ability to handle it all is another
of your gifts. You are consistent
and finish what you start Life is
good. Stay focused and keep
moving forward.

Virgo-Aug.23-Sept22
This affirmation, spoken aloud
each moving will bring you
much positive gain throughout
the day. "I give thanks daily for
the spirit of life that lives within,
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MELBOURNE The fami-
ly dinner table has tradition-
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conversation, great food and
time with loved ones.
Bob Barsotti, who co-owns
Vittorio's Trattoria with his
wife, Candice, strives to recre-
ate that atmosphere in his
Italian restaurant.
Located in the Melbourne
Shopping Center on Babcock
Street in Melbourne, Vittorio's
focuses on preparing tradi-
tional, home-cooked Italian
food. Mr. Barsotti said he uses
recipes that have been in his
family for generations.
The restaurant has also
undergone a recent remodel,
and now boasts beautifully
textured plastered walls in
warm tan tones, elegant din-
ing room furniture and acces-
sories and a breathtaking
mural featuring a stone
bridge and gentle stream in
the Italian countryside. The
painting is a representation of
a bridge near Borgo a Moz-
zano, the birthplace of Mr.
Barsotti's father, Vittorio, the
restaurant's namesake. It is
easy to get the feel of Italy just
by walking through the door.
Start your meal with one of
the restaurant's delicious
appetizers, which include
Bruschetta Italiana, stuffed
mushrooms, zucchini sticks
deep fried to a golden brown
and the calamari fritti rings,
calamari rings deep fried and
served with Vittorio's mari-
nara sauce. The calamari is
crisply breaded, yet tender
and succulent
If you would prefer a soup
to precede your entree, trythe
pasta e fagioli, which includes
ditalini pasta, cannelloni/kid-
ney beans in a vegetable beef
soup, or tempt your taste
buds with the tortellini in
brodo, which is tortellini in a
chicken broth with spinach,
lemon zest and parmigianino
cheese.
For the entrde, try a tradi-
tional Italian dish served Vit-
torio's-style. Vittorio's
Lasagna; "a hearty dish of
pasta sheets layered with Vit-
torio's Bolognese sauce, a
white bechamel cream sauce,
Italian sausage, a variety of
cheeses and topped with
mozzarella cheese," is baked
and served in an individual
casserole dish. Prepared this
way, it arrives at the table
fresh, piping hot and
absolutely delicious.
The polo alla parmigiana,
known to non-Italian speak-
ers as Chicken Parmesan, is
also an excellent choice. A
boneless breast of chicken is
lightly breaded, browned and
served topped with mozzarel-
la cheese. Most entrees are
served with a choice of
spaghetti, linguini or penne
pasta on the side. All pasta
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1521 Pineapple Ave.
Melbourne
(321) 255-4304
Thursday, May 14: 1 p.m.
Wellness seminar on hor-
mones.
Thursday, May 14: 7 p.m.
The Brevard Antiques and
Collectors Club meets.
Youth programs:
Wednesday: 10 a.m.
Bouncing Babies for ages 6-24
months. Call (321) 255-4304


Explore
From page BI
For information on the Nu
Kopy Katz, e-mail Art Karns
at ABKarns@aol.com.
The Spaghetti Dinner
fundraiser, recently hosted
by the West Melbourne
Business Association at the
Space Coast Early Interven-
tion Center, 3790 Dairy
Road, Melbourne, was a
nice dinner out with friends.
The price of dinner could
not be beat, $5 for spaghetti,
salad, bread and a beverage.
Lots of baskets, as well as a
few original artworks, were
available for raffle. All
proceeds benefited the
SCEIC. The center is a
nonprofit therapeutic


to register.
*Wednesdays: 11 a.m..Tod-
dler time for ages 24-36
months. Call (321) 255-4304
to register.
Thursday: 10:30 a.m.
Storytime.
MELBOURNE
540 East Fee Ave.
Melbourne
(321) 952-4514
Saturday, May 9: 3 p.m.
Ben Brotemarkle, the new
director of the Florida Histori-
cal Society, will speak on his-


preschool for children with
and without special needs.
For information on the
center, call (321)729-6858 or
visit www.sceic.com.
Both of these experiences
brought to mind the joy and
satisfaction of working
within the community, no
matter the venue. There are
countless opportunities to
serve the community as a
volunteer, and in these
difficult times, volunteers
may be needed even more
urgently.
Choose the field in which
you are interested and


tory and programs of the FHS.
Sunday, May 10:1:30-3:30
p.m. Atheists, agnostics and
other freethinkers meet on
the first Sunday of every
month.

WEST MELBOURNE
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West Melbourne
(321) 952-4508

Wednesday, May 13: 7-9
p.m. Melbourne chapter of
Florida Writers Association.
Call (321) 455-2986 for details.


explore the possibilities
within Brevard County
where you may best serve.
Call your city or county
government, local hospital,
Department of Social
Services and church or
check the Internet for
opportunities to get involved
in your community.
Laurie Duane writes the
Explore Brevard column for
the Hometown News. To
contact her with entertain-
ment ideas, e-mail
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Emily Tam, a senior at West Shore
Junior/Senior High School, has been
selected as the Melbourne Art Festival's
2009 scholarship winner.
. Emily was selected from among four
finalists for the award based on her aca-
demic record, extracurricular activities,
community service, numerous awards
and honors and the quality of her art as
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sideration.
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nurtures and sustains me. I
have all that I need to heal, bal-
ance and sustain a rich, full life. I
affirm positive expectations and
positive results are my reward.
All is well"

Libra-Sept 23-Oct.22
No matter what your mood
and attitude is upon awaken-
ing, you continue to find new
blessings each day of peace,
love, abundance and joy. All
these gifts continue to give you
gratitude for your wonderful life
and insure balance. Your heart
literally signs with gladness for
all you have been given. What a
great life.

Scorpio-O. 23-Nov. 21
When you love what you do
the financial rewards are
increased. Why? Because Like
attracts like in the universe. The
moral? Put more effort into the
things you love and less on
things you do not Your power
of judgment is strong. Be sure
to limit your choices. A daily
renewal of the major goals will
help keep this focus and for-
ward momentum.


Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Your strong family and friend-
ship ties are your greatest
assets in life. Your old-fash-
ioned values, combined with a
sense of current trends, are
major assets, as well. You
refuse to let the world pull you
too far off course. This strong
focused direction has cared
you safely thus far and will con-
tinue to guide you.

Capricorn-Dec 22-Jan. 19
There is much new change and
growth going on around you
right now. How do you stay on
top of it? The only way I know is
to make a written commitment
of your dreams and speak
them out loud every day. Now
this vibration goes to work and
gives you insight when you
begin to veer off course. Eure-
ka! You have your own built-in
radar.

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out the three most important
issues you need to address
tomorrow. Ask the universe to
give you the right answers
when you awake. Now, sleep
soundly knowing that you have
universal help and protection.
Now tomorrow will be a suc-
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new adventures, just right for a
positive Aquarian like you.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March20
You are at a time of expansion.
Many new ideas are taking root
and beginning to grow. Spring
is a good and fertile time for
you. Refuse to worry about the
future. When it gets here it is
today. Today is all we have.
Make the most of each day and
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For Hometown News
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Auditions for "Alice in
Wonderland," presented
by Community Family
Players at Riviera United
Church of Christ, 451 Riv-
iera Drive N.E., Palm Bay,
will take place from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday,
May 23.
Roles are available for
youth ages 12-20 who are
available for rehearsals
and performances from
the beginning of June
through July 26.
No prior experience is
needed nor is 'religious


affiliation required.
Twelve roles are available
and the first 50 people to
show will have a chance to
read.
Callbacks will be on Sat-
urday, May 30. Audition
packets are available at the
front church office from 9
a.m. to noon Monday
through Friday or at the
auditions.
Community Family Play-
ers is a theatre troupe
sponsored by Riviera UCC,
on a mission to connect
youth with the community
through performing arts.
For information, call
(321) 723- 3963.


Pond
From page B1
Mr. Phillip's decision to produce "On Golden Pond"
was actually by request of the actress who was cast as
Ethel Thayer, Annie England.
"I'm absolutely thrilled to be playing Ethel in this
production," Ms. England said. "This is a role that I have
always wanted to play. Ethel is such a bright, optimistic
person, who keeps her husband in line with her con-
stant energy and enthusiasm."
A Cocoa Beach resident, Ms. England studied theater
at the University of Connecticut, spent many years as an.
interview talk show host for a Hartford radio station and
continues to freelance in television, movies and com-
mercials.
Since moving to the Brevard area in the late 1960s, Ms.
England has performed with many community theaters
and served as social director at Patrick Air Force Base for
more than a decade.
Mr. Phillips, who studied theater and directing at
several universities, said he couldn't be more pleased
with his six-member cast.
"Each person was hand-picked for their role," Mr.
Phillips said. "They show up on time, they know their
lines and they take direction well. You don't have to be
an industry professional to see how far they've come
along."
'"On Golden Pond" will be May 15-16 at 8 p.m. at the
black box theater of the Maxwell C. King Center for the
Performing Arts, 3865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne.
Tickets are $29,.75.plus handling fees.
For tickets or information, call (324)l.242-2219. ..


Out
From page B1
16. Matinees will be at 3
p.m. Saturday, May 16, and
2 p.m. Sunday, May 17.
There will also be a per-
formance at 7 p.m. Sun-
day, May 17. Call (321)
242-2219 or visit
www.kingcenter.com/find_
us.jsp.
Young Eagles Flight
Rally for ages 8-17 at Mer-
ritt Island Airport will pro-
vide free airplane rides
and a chance to learn
more about the world of
aviation. Set for Saturday,
May 16, registration is
from 8:30 a.m. to noon,
with flights beginning at 9
a.m., at the large hangar at
the end of Airport Road,
two miles south of State
Road 520 on- South
Courtenay Parkway. Call
(321) 453-5388 or e-mail
youngeaglesfly@aol.com.
Book signing: with
local author Tom Howes. 2
p.m. Barnes & Noble, 1955
W. New Haven Ave., West
Melbourne. (321) 726-
8817.
'Passport to a Stellar
Journey of Wines,' spon-
sored by Zackeroff, Miller &
Hurt Financial Group, will
take place from 5-9 p.m.
Saturday, May 16, at Bre-
vard Community College
Planetarium in Cocoa. The
annual fundraising wine
event and silent auction
will benefit Community
Services Council of Brevard
County and the Brevard
Community Kitchen Capital
Campaign. Tickets are $50
per person and $80 per
couple. For tickets or infor-
mation, call (321) 639-
4868, Ext. 225 or e-mail
cjones@communityser-
vicescouncil.org.
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Ave., Cocoa Beach. Register
at 7 a.m., run at 8 a.m. Cost
is $20. Call (321) 455-
1380.
Florida Flag Football
League tournament: Sat-
urday, May 16, andSun-
day, May 17, at Gainesville
Newberry Sports Complex.


Call (321) 255-4400 or e-
mail troy.cox@brevord-
parks.com for information.
The Brevard Art
Museum, 1463 Highland
Ave., Melbourne, will host
an all-night event begin-
ning at 7 p.m. Saturday,
May 16. The event will fea-
ture five graffiti artists, sev-
eral food stations, an open
bar, live music and silent
auctions. Cost is $100 per
person. For information,
call (321) 242-0737 or e-
mail info@ brevardartmu-
seum.org.
'Singing and Smiling,'
a show of barbershop har-
mony, will be presented at
2:30 p.m. Sunday, May 17,
at Surfside Playhouse, 301
Ramp Road, Cocoa Beach.
Admission is $10. Call
(321) 783-3013.
Baccalaureate for
graduating seniors of
Astronaut High School: will
,take place from 6-7 p.m.
Sunday, May 17, at Park
Avenue Baptist Church.
Call (321) 268-5062 or e-
m a i I
angiedevoss@mpinet.net
for church address and
information.
Museum Monday
presents Let's Have a Tea
Party with Ms. Tea Tattler,
Susan Tharp, who will dis-
cuss the history of tea
Monday, May 18. The
event begins at 10 a.m. at
the Brevard Art Museum,
1463 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Admission is free
and light refreshments will
be served. Call (321) 242-
0737 for information.
Bead making: 11 a.m.
to 1 p.m. Silken Galleria,
912 E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Fee is $12.
Call (321) 507-4022 to
register.
The Melbourne Com-
munity Orchestra pres-
ents the picnic concert
"Honoring All Who Served"
at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday,
May 20, and Thursday,
May 21, at the Melbourne
Auditorium, 625 East
Hibiscus Blvd., Melbourne.
Bring a picnic dinner.
Admission is free, but tick-
ets are required. For ticket
outlets, call (321) 952-
9949 "or visit
www.mcorchestra.com.


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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 Communi-
ty College, 250 Community
College Parkway, Palm Bay.
Call (321) 723-3056 or visit
www.theatreco.org.
Titusville Playhouse:
Located at 301 Julia St.,
Titusville. Call (321) 268-
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FRIDAY, MAY 8

Seniors exercise: 9-10
a.m. One Senior Place, 8085
Spyglass Hill Road, Viera.
(321) 984-1494.
World's Greatest Baby
Shower: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The
Children's Center, 5650 S.
Washington Ave., Titusville.
(321) 633-1702.

SATURDAY, MAY 9

Garage sale: 8 a.m. to 1
p.m. Travis Park Community
Center, 2001 Michigan Ave.,
Cocoa. (321) 633-1871.
Adopt a pet: 11 a.m. to 2


p.m. Sunflower House, Mer-
ritt Square Mall, 777 E. Mer-
ritt Island Causeway, Merritt
Island. Call (321) 636-3343 or
visit www.crittersavers.com.
Whiskers, Wags, Wine
and Paws-n-Massage: Noon
to 4 p.m. Hayes Meats &
Gourmet Foods, 285 Forten-
berry Road, Merritt Island.
Call (321) 636-3343 or visit
www.crittersavers.com.
Reality Check youth pro-
gram: 1-4 p.m. Primerica
office, next to the Driver's
License Bureau, 3542 Harbor
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NAACP general meeting:
4 p.m. Greater St. Paul Baptist
Church, Room No. 2, 214
Stone St., Cocoa. (321) 632-
9852.
Street Rods 50s dance: 7
p.m. to midnight. Melbourne
Auditorium, 625 E. Hibiscus
Blvd., Melbourne. (321) 724-
1890.

SUNDAY, MAY 10

Jazz quintet: 10:30 am. to
1:30 p.m. Space Coast Fron-
tenac Flea Market, 5605 N.
U.S. 1, Port St. John. Call (321)
636-3343 or visit www.critter-
savers.com.

MONDAY, MAY 11

Celebration of National
Nursing Home Week: 9:30
a.m. Consulate Health Care
of Melbourne, 3033 Sarno
Road, Melbourne. Free
admission. (321) 255-9200.
Ladies group golf clinic: 6
p.m. U.S. 1 Golf Center, 4775
S. U.S. 1, Rockledge. Cost is
$25. Call (321) 632-5461.
Laureate Epsilon Iota
Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi
Sorority: 7:30 p.m. Call (321)
723-2250 for information.

TUESDAY, MAY 12

Brown bag lunch: dis-


Vittorio's
From page B2
dishes are served with a house
salad and freshly-baked garlic
rolls.
Other entrees include veal
Marsala, eggplant rollatini,
"aragosta" (lobster) ravioli
and penne arrabbiata, a
penne dish served in a spicy
garlic marinara sauce and
fresh basil.
For dessert, indulge in a
cannoli or a slice of New York
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.. Bring the children to enjoy


cusses birding sites at Viera
wetlands. Noon. Lagoon
House, 3275 Dixie Highway
N.E., Palm Bay. Call (321)
725-7775 or visit
www.mrcirl.org.
AARP driver safety class:
for seniors. 12:30-4:30 p.m.
One Senior Place, 8085 Spy-
glass Hill Road, Viera. Cost is
$10. (321) 242-9768.
International Associa-
tion of Administrative Pro-
fessionals: 5:30 p.m. Court-
yard by Marriott, 3425 N,
Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach.
Call (321) 867-1759.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 13
Investment seminar:
hosted by Edward Jones
financial advisor Ayad Saad.
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sun-
tree Country Club, One
Country Club Drive, Mel-
bourne. Call (321) 255-2552
to reserve.
Viera/Suntree Toastmas-
ters Club: 7 p.m. Health First
Pro Health & Fitness Center,
8705 N. VWickham Road,
Viera. Call (321) 639-7303.

THURSDAY, MAY 14

The Titusville Computer
Club: 7 p.m. St. Gabriel's
Episcopal Church, 414 Pine
St., Titusville in the Fellow-
ship Hall on Palm Avenue.
(321) 267-3746.


the "bambina menu," which
features spaghetti with butter,
chicken fingers and fries,
spaghetti and meatballs and
cheese ravioli.
Every morning, Vittorio's
has a coffee hour, featuring
coffee and homemade pas-
tries. The restaurant will soon
add a cometto breakfast
sandwich. The cometto is
similar to a croissant, and will
have eggs, prosciutto and
provolone cheese. Additional-
'ly, the restaurant has an
extensive lunch menu,

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A column for men on Mother's Day


H ello smart shoppers!
Sunday, May 10 is
Mother's Day.
Being a mom is one of
the hardest and most
important jobs and it is just
that, a job. Eventually you
get back what you put in,
but doesn't it seem like a
long hard haul sometimes?
Celebrate your mother
and the mother of your
children. There are many
single moms out there
doing it all alone and my
heart goes out to them. It's
hard enough with two
parents! No preaching this
year, you know what you
should do.
Prepare dinner and clean
,up the mess. If you can't
cook you can still throw a
steak on the grill, roll
potatoes in foil and put
Them on the grill or bake
them in the oven. Packaged
salad greens are available
in your supermarket, all
ready for serving. Just buy a
great dressing and top it off
with a store-bought cake or
you can make strawberry
parfaits.
Of course, if you really
want to make an impres-
sion, you can make my late
husband's shish kabob. You
can make this dinner even
if you can't cook, I promise;
I will walk you through it. It
is not done on skewers and
all you need is a grill and an
oven.
If your budget allows,
dinner out is a great treat.
Before we get to these
great recipes I would like to
honor the special moms in
my world.
This is my first Mother's
Day without my mom,
Kitty, who died last August
at 99-3/4 years old. I miss
you, and thankyou for
passing on your incredible
cooking and sewing skills.
Kudos to my beautiful
Sand only daughter, Kim-
berly, and to my daughters-
in-law, Sally, Lisa and
Jennifer; all superb moth-


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Enjoy. See you next week.

SHISH KABOB
serves 6
2-1/2 pounds boneless
sirloin or 3-1/2 pounds
chuck blade steak, cut 1-
inch thick ,
3 bell peppers, any color,
cut in 3-inch pieces
6 small onions, peeled
Three 16 ounce cans
whole potatoes, rinsed
and drained
1 pound fresh mush-
rooms, cleaned
6 medium ripe tomatoes,
pricked with a fork
Unseasoned meat
tenderizer
We prefer blade steaks
for our shish-kabob, but for
some reason, supermarkets
cut blade steaks really thin
and charge more for a
blade roast. Tell the
butcher you want blade
steaks cut 1-inch thick.
Note: The longer this
marinates, the better it is.
The night before, or early
in the day, sprinkle meat
with tenderizer and pierce
all over with a fork. With
blade steaks, the ease with
which the fork enters the
meat will tell you what
parts are tough. Save these
parts for soups or stews.
Trim fat and bone blade
steak. Cut meat in 2-inch
pieces.
Place in a very large
plastic container with a
tight fitting cover. Top the
meat with remaining
ingredients. Pour on the
marinade, cover and flip
the container to coat
everything. Flip back and
forth occasionally.


Store in the refrigerator,
or on the counter if done
the same day.
MARINADE
1-1/2 cups oil, (half extra
virgin olive oil and half
canola oil)
1/4-cup red wine vinegar
1 medium onion, sliced
1 tablespoon dried
parsley
1 tablespoon paprika
1 teaspoon each of salt,
black pepper and garlic
powder
1/2-teaspoon oregano
You can add any other
spices you choose. Mix all
together and pour over
meat mixture. To cook, fire
up the grill and have a large
baking pan waiting.
Preheat oven to 200-
degrees.,
Grill vegetables separate-
ly, starting with the pota-
toes and turning them to
brown nicely until they are
tender-crisp. Place in the
baking pan, to which you
have added 1/2-cup of the
marinade.
Continue grilling all
vegetables adding them-to
the pan. Cover pan with foil
after each addition. Keep
warm in oven.
Grill steak a little rarer
than you like, then add it to
the pan, cover and let heat
in the oven for about 10
minutes. That's it!
Serve with rolls or crusty
Italian bread and get ready
for the hugs and kisses.

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SIam availablefor talks
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Sound, call (772) 465-5656.
When a recipe is not in
my cookbook, it will have
(NIB) next to the title.
For an autographed
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Stove with the Grammy
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Horses like picnics, too


Brevard County
Commissioner Andy
Anderson held a
picnic at Max Rodes
Park last Saturday.
The commissioner's
son Hunter, 9, of Palm
Bay decided to dress
as one of his hero's,
Thomas Jefferson.
Eddie Ledford of
Melbourne brought
his mini-horse Rocky
to the picnic as well.
Two-year-old Rocky is
in training as a service
animal. Wise beyond
his years, Rocky has
mastered skills that 4-
year-old horses learn.

Paul Lepinskie
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Women's scholarship
deadline approaches

The Cocoa Beach Woman's Club Foun-
dation will award up to and' including
$1,000 scholarships to women attending
Brevard Community College, any campus,
and enrolled in an associate degree pro-
gram or other accredited college training
program. The scholarships are designed
for women returning to the workforce and
the recipients will be selected on the basis
of academic achievement, financial need
and community involvement.
.The deadline for a completed applica-
tion is May 15. To obtain an application, or
for information, call (321) 433-7529 or
(321) 783-8303.

Register for classes
Brevard Community College will host
summer class walk-in and online registra-
tion through Friday, May 15 at Cocoa,
Titusville, Melbourne and Palm Bay cam-
puses.
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istration process, the new student orienta-
tion schedule, college and vocational cred-
it courses, and the summer calendar.
For information, call the campuses at
these numbers:
*Titusville: (321) 433-5100
Cocoa: (321) 433-7300
Melbourne: (321) 433-5512
Palm Bay: (321) 433-5200

Class reunites
The Eau Gallie High School Class of 1979
will host its 30 year reunion Friday, July 10,
and Saturday, July 11 at the Radisson Suite
Hotel Oceanfront, 3101 N. A1A, Indialantic.
Cost is $65 per person. Make checks
payable to EGHS Class of '79 Reunion and
mail to 1914 Slone Road, Melbourne, FL
32934. Payment must be received by July 1.
Schedule of events is as follows:
Friday, July 10: 7-10 p.m. at Radisson
pool deck.
Saturday, July 11: 7 p.m. to midnight at
Radisson banquet room,
For information, visit www.eghs.bre-
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East New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open 11 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday through Sat-
urday. Call (321) 890-3978
or visit
www.jerryhooper.com.
IMAGO Arts Gallery:
701 E. New Haven Ave.,
upstairs, Melbourne. Call
(321) 953.5321or e-mail
upsideart@yahoo. com.
LoPressionism Gallery:
1010-B E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Open 11 a.m.
to 7 p.m. Monday through
Thursday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday and Saturday and
noon to 5 p.m.,Sunday. Call
(321) 722-6000 or visit
www. lopressionism. com.
Mud Flats Pottery:
1518-D South Babcock St.,
Melbourne. Open Tuesday
through Saturday. Hours
vary. Call (321) 951-1310.
.* Old Town Hall History
Center: 2373 Oak St., Mel-
bourne Beach. Open Satur-.
day, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call
(321) 676-0660.
Rossetter House His-
torical Museum: 1320
Highland Ave., Eau Gallie
section of Melbourne.
Open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Monday through Saturday
and 1-4 p.m. Sunday. Call
(321) 254-9855.
Silken Galleria: 912-A
E. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open 11 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday through Sat-
urday, and noon to 4 p.m.
Sunday. Call (321) 733-
2788.
Two Feathers Gallery:
833 E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Open 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday through
Saturday. Call (321) 733-
1227.
Waterfire Studio &
Gallery: 1875-C South
Patrick Drive, Indian Har-
bour Beach. Open 11 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Wednesday
through Friday and 11 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Saturday. Call
(321) 779-5001.


* Art and Antique Stu-
dio: 1419 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne. Open 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday through
Friday, 8:30 p.m. first Fri-
day of the month, and 10
a.m. to, 3 p.m. Saturday.
Call (321) 253-5553.
Art on Fifth: 425 Fifth
Ave., Indialantic. Open 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Friday. For week-
end hours, call (321) 724-
4490.
SArt Gallery and Studio:
802 E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Open 11 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday through
Saturday. Call (321) 720-
7532.
Brevard Art Museum:
1463 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Tuesday through Sat-
urday, 10 -a.m. to 7 p.m.
Thursday and 1-5 p.m.
Sunday. Call (321) 242-
0737 or visit www.brevar-
dart museum.org.
Cuba! Gallery of Fine
Art: 541 E. New Haven
Ave., Melbourne. Open
Monday through Saturday,
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call (321)
729-8800 or visit
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Downstairs Gallery:
909 E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Open 11 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Call (321) 727-
8470.
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Ave., Melbourne. Open 1-5
p.m. Tuesday through Sat-
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Monday through Saturday.
Call (321) 725-7005 or visit
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Funky Junky Gallery:
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The Sea Turtle Emer-
gency Response Program
was started in August of
2008 through the Sea
Turtle Preservation
Society. This program
utilizes volunteers to
rescue posthatchling -
"washback" sea turtles
that are washed back
ashore with seaweed
during events in which
there is strong wave or
wind conditions. The peak
period for such conditions
is Aug. 1 through Nov. 30.
STPS is in need of new
volunteers for this pro-
gram and is currently
offering training work-
shops.
Annual attendance at a
workshop and field
training session is


required by Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission in order to
participate in this pro-
gram. Volunteers who
complete this requirement
will receive a "Letter of
Authorization" from
FFWCC allowing them to
participate in the rescue of
these endangered sea
turtles during an official.
event.
The workshops for this
program have been
scheduled at the following:
*Satellite Beach Public
Library, 751 Jamaica Blvd.,
Satellite Beach: Monday,
May 11, registration 5:30
p.m., workshop 6-8 p.m.;
Saturday, June 6, registra-
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shop from 1-3 p.m.
Cocoa Beach Public
Library, 550 North Brevard


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be able to walk on the
beach from one to two
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provide your own
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Recently, someone in
church referred to me
as the "Woo-Woo
King." I looked "woo-woo"
up and found more than 20
d definitions. Woo-woo can
mean anything from the
sound of a whistle, to a
drink, to being stupid, to
being great.
Notwithstanding these
other meanings, I know
| "woo-woo" as aWest Coast
term for matters relating to
spirituality. The person who
made the comment indicat-
ed she meant this. This
definition, of course, begs
the question: What is
spirituality?
The general theological
definition of spirituality is:
"being spiritual." Spiritual
meaning concerning spirit
or non-material things. My
definition of "spirituality,"
within the context of
Christianity, however, is
Users more specific. I understand


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spirituality to mea
beckoning by God
creation that calls
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acknowledging an
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creation.
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to know that we ar
God, John 3:16; to
Matthew 22:37; an
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can participate in God's
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seems to work best if we
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and upon such recognition,
Respond by loving God and
others and participating in
n a God's love's work.
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us toward spirituality ought to be
s love, about getting in touch with
d recipro- God and then reacting to
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ing in love to others, and our-
lout selves, and back to God.
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The Rev. Scott Elliott is
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Church of Christ, 451
Riviera Drive N.E., Palm
Bay. Call (321) 723-3963.


Donate items to Humane Society


For Hometown News
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Central Brevard Humane
Society, 1020 Cox Road,
Cocoa, is in need of dona-
tions for its thrift shops
which provide funds to sup-
port homeless pets.
The Molly Mutt Thrift
Shops are located in Mel-
bourne, Merritt Island and
Rockledge. Items needed


include appliances, furni-
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decorations, clothes, col-
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children's toys, books, jewel-
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equipment.
Founded in 1952, the Cen-
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est established animal
welfare organization. A "no
kill for space" shelter, CBHS
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responsible pet ownership
and the humane treatment
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for spaying and neutering to
reduce the homeless pet
population and provide the
best quality care to Brevard's
abandoned animals by plac-
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caring owners in "forever"
homes.
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AB LOUNGER new $150
Now $50. Cardio-glide.
New $130 now $45.
321-543-7089
AMERICAN STAND,
Bidet, good condition,
$100, 321-373-5084 SB
AREA RUG, 9x12, pink &
green, Excellent condi-
tion, 1/2" Soft Wobi pile.
.$200 321-264-7583
ARMOIRE; real wood,
holds 27" TV, has 2
drawers, $65, Lasagna
dish, $45, 321-984-3847
BAR STOOLS- nautical
bar stools (5) $15 ea.
King wicker headboard.
$40.321-639-8981
BATHROOM SINK 19"
oval, white porcelain, $5.
321-726-0712
BED, Full size, select
comfort, needs motor,
$150, 321-481-1048 SB
BICYCLE, Trek Mens,
10 speed All terrain, $50,
321-777-6906 SB
BICYCLES, for man or
woman, $35, .Craftsman
table saw, cast iron, $50,
321-768-1554 SB
CABLE WIRE, hundreds
of feet, single Dual w/ &
w/out ground, $200,
321-794-2996 SB
CAP and gown, for grad-
uation, royal blue, 5'7" to
5'8", worn once, $20,
321-727-1789 SB
CARPET, Avocado
green, unused and plas-
tic wrapped, 27'6"x8'3",
321-269-8965 SB
COMPUTER, Sony 19"
LCD monitor with cables,
instructions and manual,
$110, 321-254-8349 SB
CRIB, 5 in 1, converts
from crib to toddler bed,
daybed, love seat, full
bed, $150, 321-266-8796


CURIO CABINET, wal-
nut, 71" high, 28" width,
9.5" deep, light up, $55,
321-637-8634 SB
DESK, wood, brown,
$40, Dining chairs, new,
wood, white, $15 each,
321-952-7821 SB
DIGITAL TV, 32", new in
box, Video input, stereo
sound, $200,
321-733-5994 SB
DINETTE TABLE, 4
chairs, 24x48, solid oak,
$90 obo, 321-724-1312
DISHWASHER Whirlpool
Quiet Partner III. 3 yr old,
6 cycle bisque. Exc cond.
$200 321-622-4098
DOG CRATE, Large,
'good condition, $50 cash,
321-984-8965 SB
ELECTRIC BED, twin
sized, $150, Futon mat-
tress, thick, $50,
321-777-2594 SB
EMERSON TV/ DVDI
VCR combo, looks and
runs like brand new, $50,.
321-749-3125 SB
FABRIC, 50 yards, good
quality, different width, $1
per yard, 321-722-1139
FUTON, BUTTERFLY,
Queen, solid Pine frame
with mattress priced to
sell, $150, 321-674-0761
GOLF CLUBS, Ping G 2
Driver, $100, Ping G 5
driver, $100,
321-259-1384 SB
GYM, Body Solid, almost
new, with 100 extra
pounds of weights, $145
obo, 321-752-4753 SB
HURRICANE PANELS,
aluminum, approximately,
23"x68", $60, leave mes-
sage, 321-728-7177 SB
INFANT CAR seat, Gra-
co, with base, $25, White
cradle with bedding, $60,
321-759-4877 SB
LADDER, 32" aluminum,
$50, Marine battery, 9
months old, $30,
321-728-1739 SB
LAWN MOWER cart, for
rider, 4'x3', $10,
321-729-1455 SB


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boy, self propelled, easy
start, with bagger, near
new, $120, 321-768-7652
LUGGAGE RACK, for
sports car, chrome, never
installed, $30,
321-253-2629 SB
MARBLE TABLE, $20,
Fisher Price child table
and 2 chairs, $45,
321-768-9934 SB
MATTRESS and box
spring, Queen size, $20,
Emerson VCR player,
$20, 321-724-9077 SB
METAL ART Ship for
wall, only 3 made, large
and unique; sacrifice,
$50, 321-727-9789 SB
MINI BIKE frame, with
tires, $150, 321-674-9302
MINI STEREO, Yamaha
GX500, am/fm, tape, cd
changer, speakers $150,
321-259-4252 SB
MINOLTA CAMERA,
x-370, 35mm, w/ tele
lens, flash and bag, $175
obo, 352-425-2467 SB
MIXER, SUNBEAM, new
in box, 12 speed, 300
watts, heavy duty, 2 glass
bowl, $50, 321-723-3039
PANTRY CABINET
Wardrobe closet, like
new, tall, 2 doors, $50,
321-373-5460 SB
PATIO CADDIE, electric
grill, like new, $60,
21-631-5432 SB
PATIO FURNITURE: 4
chairs w/cushions, glass
top table. $75
321-863-2387
POLAR BEAR, stuffed
animal, white, 50" high in
sitting position, $35,
321-652-9489 SB
RAMPS, Auto repair,
$15, Dog/ cat pen, metal,
$20, 321-768-9671 SB
RAMPS, AUTOMOTIVE,
for low profile cars, ask-
ing $85, 321-951-4397
REFRIGERATOR, GE 18
cubic feet, almond, freez-
er works good, $95,
321-727-3987 SB


REFRIGERATOR, GE,
. compact, 19"x34", works
good, brown, $35,
321-728-9173 SB
ROWING MACHINE, by
Tony Little, with computer
read out, owner manual,
$90, 321-253-5638 SB
SINKS, 3, 19" round
white porcelain, excellent
condition, $35 each,
321-253-0240 SB
SOFA BED, full, with
mattress, good condition,
$55, 321-984-0562 SB
STEREO/ TV, sharp, 25",
great condition and pic-
ture, $50 obo,
321-676-4729 SB
STOVE, Almond, $50,
Refrigerator, top freezer,
almond, $50,
321-727-9050 SB
SUNGLASSES Blue-
tooth/ MP3, flip up, wire-
less, $95, 478-714-1825
SB
TABLE w/leaf oval, light
wood $50, couch & 2
chairs (set) gold vintage
$149. 321-752-0856
TABLE, with 6 chairs,
Broyhill, $200,
321-726-9550 SB
TELEVISION AMORIE,
cherry finish, holds 32",
excellent condition, $100,
321-729-6445 SB
TELEVISION, Sanyo,
27", color with remote,
$165, 321-267-6187 SB
TRACTOR: 42" Jacob-
son, $195 321-729-9808
So Brev
TV 27" Sony flat screen,
(not LCD) stereo sound.
Like new. $90
321-724-1208
TV, FLAT screen, Sony
27", excellent condition,
great picture, $150,
321-446-6000 SB
WASHER DRYER,
Whirlpool, almond, $175
for both, 321-752-8872
WHIRLPOOL ELEC-
TRIC dryer, almost new,
$75, 321-777-9395 SB


WINDOW ANDERSON
large picture window
aprox 30"Wx72"H $200
321-409-5597
WIRE, VINYL coated,
green, 30' long, 3' high, 8
metal posts, $15,
321-257-1948 SB




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microphone + 10 games.
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321-652-8125
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1-800-850-3656 www.
corvettebuyer.com
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MELBOURNE Affordable
living on a lake! 55+
community. 2br/ 2ba dou-
blewide. Excellent cond.
$29,900. pcmhs.com
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MELBOURNE, 1344 sq
ft double wide w/huge
screened room. facing
the 'big lake'. 55+ com-
munity. Price reduced.
$29,900 321 727 3446.
MELBOURNE: Only
$1995 2/2 12"x60" All
New: CHA, vinyl siding,
skirting & concrete drive-
way. Adult park.
866-797-6116
MICCO: Adult park. Extra
clean, well maintained,.
2-br/1.5-ba, furn. New
vinyl roof, 2 sheds, FL
room. Storm windows
thru-out. Pool, clubhouse,
fishing dock. Asking
$10,500. $800/mo rent.
904-814-7508/692-2600


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MELBOURNE: 2br/2ba
Condo, 1st floor, Pool,
Spa. Incl water, cable &
W/D. $700/mo Avail
Immed. 321-794-8496
SEBASTIAN Updated
2Br/2Ba with New appl.
in kitchen. All amenities,
(clubhouse, pool, tennis)
$850/mo. 772-538-0031
Sebastian- 2/2 $578.
3/2 $664. FREE W/D and
Cable with 1 year lease
Move-in Sec. Deposit
$600. w/ approved credit
772-581-4440*lncome
Restrictions Apply.
TITUSVILLE Direct water
front, fully furn 2/2 +den
water, trash, & cable incl.
Pool & Dock. No Pets.
$750/mo. 321-269-9018
VERO BEACH -2/2 Best
ocean views. Luxury
condo on the beach. Vil-
lage Spires. 11th floor
Newly renovated $1500
/mo. 617-803-7809
VERO BEACH Villa Mar
55+ Furnished 2-br/2-ba.
1st floor. Florida room,
Comm pool & clbhse.
$700/mo + security
772-569-2354

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VERO BEACH: Call for
specials 1br's from
$475, 2br's from $550.
Tile, New apple. Close to
Beaches, Parks & Res-
taurants. 772-563-0013
VIERA:' THE GREENS
2br/lba FULLY FUR-
NISHED condo, Com-
munity Pool, Exercise
Facility. $800/mo + se-
curity. 321-638-8751
WEST MELBOURNE -
22/1 car gar. Gated com-
munity Greenwood
Village. Active clubhouse,
pool, indoor racquet ball
court, sauna, hot tub.
JUST REDUCED $750/
monthlJoe 772-345-3554
WEST MELBOURNE 2br
/1ba duplex. Completely
renovated w/screened
porch, patio. A charming
tropical setting! $645/mo.
Possible rent reduction
for maint. work. Call 321-
984-2361 or 536-9326


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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
DONATE YOUR CAR...
To the Cancer Fund of
America. Help those suf-
fering with Cancer Today.
Free Towing & Tax de-
ductible. 1-800-835-9372
www.cfoa.org




PLEASE DONATE
your cycle, truck, RV,
car or boat to
US NAVY VETERANS
ASSOCIATION
Florida Chapter
www.NavyVets.org
1-800-580-NAVY (6289)
WANTED JUNK CARS
Running or not $200 &
up. We pay cash! 24-hrs.
Call 321-631-0111


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ALM BAY, 55+ Furnish-
i, 2br/1.5ba, $18,900.
cludes property share.
monthly maint fee
160/mo. includes cable
lawn. 217-234-6321
ORT ORANGE, 2/2,
i+, Colony in the
'oods. New appl./tile/
Irpet/kitchen/bath. Lrg.
screen patio & Fla. rm.
9,900 386-212-4801


REDUCED
ORT ORANGE- One of
rgest homes in La Cos-
Village largest 5 car
iveway largest yard,
closed sun room 20x
) w/air & heat. Pets OK.
pools. $35,000 Mom's
ee. 386-761-6627
MELBOURNE MHs


Park Homes for Sale
from $2,000 to $18,000.
Base lot rents from $367/mo.
FREE cable. Also, Empty lots
vail for doublewides or singles
1st month FREEIII


(Adult Park) Park Homes
from $2000to $10,000.
Sites w/full hookups $15/day.
lonthly/Seasonal. RV Storage
Sites, $100/mo. No hook ups.
Park Mgr.
407-283-5277
TUSVILLE 2/2 45+ '05.
blwide w/lndian River
ew, end lot, custom
sets. Heat pump, Oak
, all apple's, low lot rent.
'5,000 712-299-3262
TUSVILLE 55+ Park.
6' with Florida room &
report Furnished. Newly
novated. $5,d00. Call
info: 321-267-0017
TUSVILLE,. 55 + park
4'x52', with 8x20 work
hop, laundry room, 8'
nhse, lot rent $235/mo.
cls. w/s/g, $7,500/obo
21-268-2131

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WEST MELBOURNE,
2-br/2-ba San Paulo
Village. Newly re
modeled. Annual
$800/mo. 609-703-0590




AFFORDABLE
COCOA Direct water
furn/unfurn, 1/1 duplex,
full kitchen, laundry rm.
w/hookups, huge dock,
lake access, no pets,
near 95 & 520. $595/mo
until 321-412-2456
MELBOURNE 3br/2ba
off Nixon & Sarno Rd.
Central A/C, $600/mo.
PALM BAY lbr/lbath
End of Palm Bay Rd &
US1. $500/mo. Cell 954-
274-4002; 321-951-4665
MELBOURNE Ready
now! 3/2/1,updated, quiet
area, fenced yard, patio,
well/pump, $800/mo.
321-259-6324; 514-3112
MELBOURNE beautifully
renovated. 3-br/1.5 Near
PBHSchool. Fenced yard
with cabanna bar deck.
$850/mo 321-693-8305
PALM BAY '07 large
3br/2.5ba/2, home jacuz-
zi, appliances, big yard.
$1200/mo.,neg incls
water. 954-660-0426
PALM BAY 3BR/2BA
garage, excellent location
very good. cond. Pets
possible. $800/mo +dep.
Call cell 407-716-5943
or 407-522-9880
PALM BAY
REMODELED
POOL Home
2br/2 ba/ 2cg, Huge patio
w/lg pool. Fenced double
lot. Nice quiet area, good
neighbors. Convenient to
river, ocean & 1-95. All
new tile, new appliances,
fresh paint. Small Pet
OK. A great deal at
$900/mo 772-260-3217









HARLEY Fat Boy '06
Lowered 2" Extra head
lights, 2 seats, windshield
Screaming Eagle pipes.
Backrest Alum wheels
Lojack Exc cond.
$17,000 Serious callers
only. 772-597-2734
HONDA 1973 14,000
miles. Excellent
condition. Runs great
$1200 772-234-1886
SUZUKI 1977 550 GS
13,000 miles. Garage
kept. No rust. Excellent
condition. $1200.
772-234-1886
WANTED JAPANESE
Motorcycles Kawasaki,
1970-1980 Z1-900, KZ90
0, KZ1000, S1-250, S2--
250, S2-350, S3- 400,
H1-500, H2-750, Cash
Paid, Free Nationwide
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310-721-0726.
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162 ACRES LAFAY-
ETTE CO. FLA. Planted
Pine, Hardwood Bottoms.
Road Frontage & Great
Hunting. $3700/acre.
Southern Pine Planta-
tions 352-867-8018
AMERICA'S BEST Buyl
Where in the U.S. can
you own 20 acres, 30 min
from major city? Only
$15,900. $0 down, $159
per month 800-843-7537
www.sunsetranches.com
BUY TIMESHARE Re-
sales Save 60-80% off
Retail! Best Resorts &
Seasons. Call for Free
Timeshare Magazine!
1-800-639-5319 www.
holidaygroup.com/flier
FL LAND bargain 50
AC Lakefront $249,900.
50 acres of oak groves &
open meadows with long
picture lake frontage.
Must see to appreciate.
Perfect for hunting, recre-
ation, recreation. Priced
way below value! Easy
financing. Call Jack at
800-242-1802
FORECLOSURE LAND
1/4 acre in Florida,
"0"/Down $97/month
Guaranteed Financing.
Cash price $5,000
1-877-983-6600
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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
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
GEORGIA RIVER
FRONT PROPERTY -
5-1/2 acres in Tattnall
County, between Collins
and Lyons on Hwy 292,
good roads, approximate-
ly. 200ft frontage on beau-
tiful unsoiled ohoppee riv-
er, only $55,000.00 with
10% down and owner fi-
nancing 912-427-7062 or
Cell # 912-269-9349


PALM BAY NE 212
Upgraded 1100sf. Lots of
closet space All appl's +
W/D. Near Babcock &
Palm Bay Rd. $700/mo.
+ Sec 503-757-7031
PALM BAY SE 2/1.5ba
1cg, dining, living, eat in
kitchen, w/d, dishwasher,
fenced yard, fully renov-
ated. Water treatment
sys. Section 8 welcome,
$850+sec. 321-723-8242
PALM BAY SE: CBS
2br/1ba/lcg .$540. No
pets. Call WD Webb Re-
alty 321-723-3311
VIERA, 4/3/2, built '05,
2473sf, split, lake front,
scrn'd patio, gated retire-
ment comm., clubhouse,
pool, lawn care incl.,
$1500/month. Avail. im-
mediately! 321-632-3093
W MELBOURNE: Furn
2br/2ba W/D, Scr porch,
carport, Clubhouse &
Pool. $795/mo incl basic
cable. F&L, Dep $300
321-258-9203/327-2807
Waterfront. rnira3coaial.
botl ifl. Palm Bay Point
near nrrs 2Drl 5tra-
un-urr 121,0 turn ,1350
incli ,3id1 Irasn I 1SI3lla
/Sec Call 321676'.-603




Sharp
MERRITT ISL New Lu,-
ur loonnomes 312 5./c
20!,0Cisi wood floors pool
fireplace. w.hripool lutb
Lease i lea:i. purchase
rate. arv ..21-543-.7677


MELBOURNE Central
location on quiet street.
1/1 ermie e nEw p.ilnl
Redu.: 480 i in.: s
W/D li.n waler Irasr
pesi ll j21.693j27 8


MICCO L: eil 2-trril-t_
du-le, 8J.8 US -
Newly renoaieal WDC
$650i,rrmc Cepoii Caill
305.992-1085 or
772-913-0305

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WANTED JAPANESE
Motorcycles Kawasaki,
Z1-900, (KZ900) 1972-
1976, KZ1000 (1976-
1980), KZ1000R (1982-
1983), Z1R, S1-250,
S2-350, S3-400, H1-500,
H2-750, Honda CB750
(1969- 1975), Susuki
GS400, GT380, Cash
Paid, Free Nationwide
Pick Up 800-772-1142 or
310-721-0726.



25' SHASTA Cheyenne
2000 Class C, 1 slide out.
Self contained, Tow bar,
46K miles. $23,900/obo
321-253-1685 evenings


MINT
26' BORN FREE 2003
V-10 eng 25K sleeps 6.
Loaded 2 awnings w/tow
dolly. $42,000 firm. Like
new. 772-485-0357
CALL CLASSIFIED
and sell that boat
866-894-0442


GEORGIA Very Beauti-
ful high and dry lots
cleared and grassed with
beautiful trees in country
setting, located between
Claxton and Lyons on
Hwy 292 $18,000.00 per
tract with $1000.00 down
and owner financing or
discount for cash.
912-427-7062 or Cell#
912-269-9349
GEORGIA LAND
Washington Co., Incredi-
ble investment, lacre to
20acres Starting @
$4,000, Low taxes, beau-
tiful weather, seller fi-
nancing w/easy terms,
county approved, call
706-364-4200 for details
GEORGIA, Lawrenceville
3br/2ba+ofc, 3/4ac corner
lot, brick & vinyl siding,
deck, new windows,a/c &
heat. Great schools!
$142,000. 770-853-4084
See photos online, www.
HometownNewsClassifie
ds.com Ad# 59972
GOLF LAKE living in
Tennessee. Finished 3
bedroom villas Only
$139,900. Golf front par-
cels Only $29,900 w/40%
discount at May 16th
sale. Call Tennessean
Land Sales today
888-939-9099
LAND IS STILL THE
BEST INVESTMENT -
Stop losing money in the
stock market
TEXAS & OLD MEXICO
Affordable Hunting &
Fishing Property.
100Acres for $79,000
w/10% down & no credit
check. All sizes available
up to 20,000 acres.
1-877-77-BIGLAND
(1-877-772-4452)
NANTAHALA Real Es-
tate Co. National Geo-
graphic & ABC News has
rated this as a #1 summ-
er destination! Vacation
homes/rentals! White
water rafting! Located in
Beautiful high elevation
western North Carolina
surrounded by the Nanta-
hala Nat'l Forest. Only
2.5 hours NE of Atlanta,
GA, only 1.5 hours out-
side Asheville, NC & 30
minutes NE of Murphy,
Pristine Lake, Lake/River
front mountain view,
large tracts 866-218-8439
www.nantahalaproperties
.com
WHEEL DEALS!!
SPECIAL RATES
HOMETOWN NEWS
866-894-0442


SEBASTIAN, Tri-plex 1/1
Screened Lahai. A/C, So
SIndian River Dr. Close to
US1 & 1-95 $650/mo.
Call Tom 863-983-8064




WATERFRONT
BAREFOOT BAY golf
course and waterview
Large deck, 2-br/2-ba.
Like new. No smokers.
$850/mo 321-412-6614
FLORIDA: Palm Harbor
Home 3br/2ba Single-
wide Introductory Model
$299/mo WAC 10 mod-
els to choose from on
your lot. 800-622-2832
MELBOURNE 2br/lba
on private lot. Very nice,
updated, no pets. Close
to schools, water, sewer,
trash, lawn. $525/mo +
security. 321-259-3359

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GEORGIA Beautiful 3/2
cabin in North Georgia
Mtns. noisy stream,
spring water, decks,
wooded, secluded acces-
sible, near Carters Lake
& Fire station. $134,900.
706-273-4514'
N CAROLINA Blowing
Rock/Boone, W Jefferson
area. Gated 3.5 acres.
Mountain property. 80
mile views, paved roads
& utilities. $195,000
407-321-2007
NC MOUNTAIN LAND
40.8 Acres, Mature Hard-
woods, 5 Acres of Open
Land. Small Stream.
$399,990. Ed Hicks, Lic.
RE Broker, Timberland
Investment Properties,
Inc 828-676-0221
NC MOUNTAIN
Two-Acre Homesite.
Driveway, house pad in.
Spectacular view. Easily
accessible. Secluded.
Paved road. Bryson City.
$39,950.
Owner financing. Call
owner.1-800-810-1590.
www.aewilliams.net
NC MOUNTAINS
CLOSEOUT SALE
Cabin Shell,2+ acres with
great view, very private,
big trees, waterfalls &
large public lake nearby,
$99,500. Bank financing.
1-866-789-8535
NC MOUNTAINS
Warm Winters/Cool
Summers. NEW! E-Z to
finish log cabin shell
w/loft &basement,
includes acreage
$99,900. Mountain&
waterfront homesites
from $39,000-$99,000.
Financing Availablel!
828-247-9966 (Code41)

ULTIMATE
Panama Real Estate
Deep water lots, 1/2acre
each in Bocas Del Toro.
$45,000/ea. Only 2 left!
dicnjuli@ymail.com
239-220-4502


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for lease Immokalee.
Please call the following
Voicemail number.
800-828-6979 ext 2236.
Please leave your name
and number. No dupli-
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TITUSVILLE 1 Month
FREEI (*with this ad.)
Offices from 150-4000sf
Totally renovated w/view
of Cape Canaveral. Co
Brokers welcome. Call
Miriam at 954-961-0500
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and sell that carl
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TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN Land Our Loss,
Your Gain- Beautiful 5
acre tracts for $24,995.
Breathtaking views,
bluffs, waterfalls, creeks.
Great schools. Smaller/
larger tracts. Others
available with owner fi-
nancing $250 down / $99
per month. JDL Reality
931-946-2484
WHITTIER, NC: Smoky
Mtns, 3.49ac pvt cove
2/2/cp Ig porch, Spring,
Creek, Koi pond. Historic
Barn, Shed 2 RV sites
$199,000 828-269-7889




GEORGIA MOUNTAINS
Cavender Creek Cabins
Dahlonega
1-2-3 bedroom hot tub
cabins. Mention this ad
and for a 10% discount.
1-866-373-6307
Take our virtual tour.
www.cavendercreek.com
NC BEECH MOUNTAIN
Fully equipped 1-6
bedroom chalets.
Golf, Swim, Hike, Tennis,
at 72 degree average
temperature. Great
prices, discounts for
monthly stays. www.
coolbeechmountain.com
1-800-368-7404
SELL/RENT YOUR
Timeshare Now!! Mainte-
nance fees too high?
Need Cash? Sell your
unused timeshare today.
No commissions or brok-
er fees. Free consulta-
tion. www.sellatimeshare
.com 1-888-310-0115
SELL/RENT your Time-
share Now!ll Mainte-
nance fees to high? Need
Cash? Sell your unused
timeshare today. No
Commissions or Broker
Fees. Free Consultation
www.sellatimeshare.com
1-877-494-8246




COCOA: 4.3 acres, zon-
ed light industrial off Gris-
som Pkwy on Greens-
boro Rd, close to Ocean
Potion. $150,000 per
acre 321-544-7424
rrmaier@cfl.rr.com


VERO BEACH- Brand
New Home. No credit
check. 4/2 on lake. Lease
option or Rent $1500./mo
Plus sec. Great Neigh-
borhood. 321-693-6505




SPECIAL
SUNTREE: One month
FREE Office/Warehouse
Spaces. As low as
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CAMPING MEMBER-
SHIP LIFETIME
Camp Coast to Coast
USA/Canada/Florida. $10
per night (full hook-up)
Year Round. Paid $1595,
MUST SELL $595.
1-800-236-0327
DAMON ULTRASPORT
94' Class A MH, 34' 454
gas, 69kmi, fully self con-
tained, Qn bed, full bath,
Runs Great. $6500 obo
Will consider trade. Lv
mess 321-327-2237
RV TOWED car equip
Roadmaster Explorer tow
bar with accessory kit
$300. Mounting brackets
for '04 Saturn Vue $150.
Roadmaster brake pro
towed car breaking
system $700.
386-761-3403
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SELL????
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classified section
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WINNEBAGO 30' 1991 One owner fully loaded.
class A. New factory Very clean, great
finish exterior, new condition $7,800/obo
upholstery. Engine tune 321-368-1111
up. Sleeps 6. $8500/obo Classified 866-894-0442
321-431-0579 Classified 866-894-0442

Boats &
- Watercraft


16' GLASTRON 115HP
Mercury outboard. Good
condition. '$2500/obo
321-777-4548
24' SEARAY 2001 -
Electric anchor, GPS, low
hours, cuddy cabin,
$21,000. Call for info
321-633-8101; 446-0260

OPEN HOUSE
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an Open House
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34' WELLCRAFT Scarab
II, 1985. Twin 454's,
clean fast cigarette boat,
fully equipped, ready to
run, full canvas, sleeps 3,
dry stored Brevard Coun-
ty. $14,500/OBO. e-mail
for photos & details at
SBCruiser@aol.com or
call 407-422-6095
BOATS; 1000's of boats
for sale www.florida-
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