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Vol. 6, No. 44 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, July 31, 2009


_ HOW WEIRD
{,. &1 IS THAi?!
SSEAN MCCARTHY


Spend any time surfing
theWeb and you are
bound to find stories
that are just too bizarre to be
true. Here's a sampling,
edited for length. And
remember, just because it's
online doesn't mean it's true!
From www.sfgate.com:
Tweet your prayers to God
For centuries, people have
stuffed prayers written on
scraps of paper into the
ancient cracks in the Western
Wall in the Old City of
Jerusalem. Now they can
tweet them, too.
The Western Wall now has
its own address on the social
networking service, Twitter,
allowing believers around
the globe to have their
See WEIRD, A7


District plans aggressive


conservation campaign


By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
St. Johns River Water
Management District will
launch an aggressive
water conservation public
education campaign if its
tentative 2009-10 budget
is approved this Septem-
ber.
On July 14, the govern-
ing board of St. Johns
River Water Management
District approved a tenta-
tive $284.48 million budg-
et with a 0.4158 millage
rate for the fiscal year,


which begins Oct. 1,
meaning a charge of
approximately .42 cents
per $1,000 of assessed
value to property owners.
The owner of a home
assessed at $200,000 with
the $50,000 homestead
exemption would pay
$62.37 in taxes to the dis-
trict, charged on the
annual county property
tax bill.
This budget reflects an
$86 million decrease from
the current year's budget.
Property taxes fund only
about $123 million of the


budget, with the rest
coming from state, feder-
al or other sources and
from carryover funds
from the current fiscal
year.
"In this challenging
economy, the board felt it
was critical to keep our
taxes low, but also to
make certain that we con-
tinue to fulfill our mis-
sions of environmental
restoration and ensuring
sustainable water sup-
plies," said board chair-
woman Susan Hughes.
See CAMPAIGN, A5


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Commission to


interview manager


finalists July 31


By Tony Judnich
Judnich@hometownnewsol.com
VIERA The Brevard
County Commission plans
to interview its six finalists
for the county manager
position at a special meet-
ing at 1 p.m. Friday, July
31.
Commissioners antici-
pate selecting the new
manager at their Aug. 4
regular meeting, said Kim-
berly Prosser, director of
Space Coast Government
Television and communi-
cations.
More than 100 people
applied for the job. The
finalists are:


Kathy Harris, former
assistant county adminis-
trator for human services
for Hillsborough County
Jeffrey Hutchison, vice
president of supply chain
procurement with a confi-
dential Indiana company
Amy McEwan, senior
assistant county adminis-
trator for Lake County, Ill.
Howard Tipton, chief
administrative officer for
the Orange County Clerk
of Courts
Buford (Randy) Witt,
chief information officer
in Miami-Dade County
and co-founder/president
See FINALIST, A8


Officer released from

Melbourne hospital


Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
The Melbourne Municipal Band plays throughout the year. Recently, they played a
'not in the park' picnic at the Melbourne Auditorium. Here Art Martin of West Mel-
bourne plays a solo during the song 'Sky Lark.' The band's full schedule can be found
at www.mmband.org.


By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
A horrified hush fell over
the room as the crowd lis-
tened to Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission Officer Vann
Street's urgent call for
help.
"I've got a 10-24," he
said to the dispatcher, the
code for "officer down."
Brevard County Sheriff's
Office officials played the
911 call at a press confer-
ence announcing Officer
Street's release from
Holmes Regional Medical
Center July 23.
Officer Streety was shot
seven times during a traf-


fic stop July 16 while trying
to arrest Christopher A.
Eddy, 23, for a warrant
regarding outstanding
traffic tickets.
Officer Streety was
patrolling the far north
end of Satellite Boulevard
in a rural area of Brevard
County, where several
property owners made
complaints concerning
illegal dumping, poaching
and drug growth in the
area.
"I stopped him just to
investigate who he was
and what he was doing,
because it was private
property," Officer Streety
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Paws & Stripes

program celebrates

10th graduation


By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
Brevard County
Detention Center is giv-
ing two types of
"inmates" a second
chance with an innova-
tive program.
The Paws & Stripes
program uses inmates to
work with shelter dogs
deemed un-adoptable
in an eight-week obedi-
ence and behavior
course.
Inmates convicted of
non-violent crimes with
a minimum eight-week
sentence are admitted
to the program, where
they are trained by par-
ticipating officers in
how to teach dogs obe-
dience.


Dogs are chosen by
officers who scour local
shelters for animals
deemed "un-adoptable,"
said Brevard County
Sheriff's Office Lt. Gre-
gory Robinson.
"They check out dif-
ferent animal shelters
for dogs that may have
some ability to be
trained," he said. "The
officers invest a lot of
time in finding animals
that will be successful in
the program."
The dogs are housed
in on-site kennels at the
jail.
Paws & Stripes recent-
ly celebrated its 10th
graduation, rehabilitat-
ing 55 dogs to date.

See PAWS, A8


Lil' archer


Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
Satellite Beach Parks and Recreation hosted an Archery Camp this summer. Here, Adri-
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County's discarded fishing line program is the 'reel' deal


By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.com
In the past nine years, more


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carded fishing line has been
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In 2008 alone, volunteers
recovered 4,882 pounds of
line, a known hazard to
wildlife, fish, boaters and
swimmers.
"The project has been a
huge success since its incep-
tion, and the community has
played a huge role in that,"
said Chris Koeppel, an envi-
ronmental specialist with the
Brevard County Natural
Resources Management
Office.
Five years ago, Mr. Koeppel
began coordinating the
county's Monofilament
Recovery and Recycling Pro-
gram, which was started in
2000 through a grant from
the Florida Advisory Council
on Environmental Educa-
tion.
At the time, Brevard was
the first county in the state to
initiate such a program.
The impact this type of dis-
carded fishing line was hav-
ing on the local environment
was increasing each year, and
the county was looking for a
way to prevent it from hap-
pening, Mr. Koeppel said.
Monofilament fishing line,
which is a single-strand,
high-density nylon material
used on reels and in cast nets,
is strong and invisible in the
water, making it an extreme
hazard to the environment.
When discarded, the line
can fatally entangle wildlife,
poison birds and fish if
digested and is a danger to
boaters, divers and swim-
mers, Mr. Koeppel said.
Monofilament line, which
is the only type of line collect-
ed through the program, can
be recycled regardless of
weight and test strength.
Braided line, such as Spider
Wire of Power Pro, is not as
easily recycled.
"Based on the great tangles


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of line I've seen in the Florida
Keys for many years, I am
confident that currently dis-
carded line stays dangerous
to wildlife for decades," Mr.
Koeppel said. "You might say
these deadly little landmarks
outlast many real land-
marks."
Through community
donations and sponsors,
such as Brevard Zoo and
Keep Brevard Beautiful,
materials are purchased each
year to construct disposal
containers for the line, which
are made from 6-foot PVC
pipes.
Mr. Koeppel enlists the
assistance of local Boy Scout
troops, school clubs and
other groups to build the
containers, while as many as
30 volunteers from through-
out the community help col-
lect the line on a monthly
basis.
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than 150 of these containers
found at fishing piers, boat
ramps and parks throughout
the county, including about
42 local bait and tackle shops,
which account for the majori-
ty of line collected each year.
"Without participation
from our local tackle shops,
this program would not have
taken off like it did," Mr.
Koeppel said. "They have
been instrumental in sup-
porting our efforts and raising
awareness about the hazards
that exist."
The primary sponsor of the
program, Berkley Fishing,
provides display boxes above
the disposal containers at
each of the tackle shops.
When full, shop owners
send the collected line to the
Berkley company, which then
melts down the line into
small pellets that are woven
into durable boxes.
The boxes are then trans-
formed into fishing habitats,
which are placed in different
waterways throughout the
country, such as areas where
there are drainage issues or
where a large fish-kill just


occurred, Mr. Koeppel said.
"The disposed line is put
back into the environment
in a way that is beneficial to
fish and wildlife," he said.
In the past year, Mr.
Koeppel has worked to
expand the program by
providing larger fishing line
bins aboard local fishing
charters and boat docks.
Six freestanding barrels
were recently placed at
Sebastian Inlet Park and
Port Canaveral, while
another three were donat-
ed to three local charter
boats.
"What started out as a
simple way to collect fish-
ing line has grown into a
community-wide effort to
help improve our environ-
ment," Mr. Koeppel said.
"This has been a huge
opportunity for us to
expand the program and
educate others about the
cause."
For information about
Brevard County's Monofila-
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results in about
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By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
More than 25 years ago,
Mary Haskins signed up for
her first taekwondo lesson in
order to strengthen her rela-
tionship with her adult son,
Lance.
"I just wanted to learn more
about it to have something in
common with him," she said.
That decision not only
improved their bond, but led
to a somewhat uncommon
skill: both recently tested for
the rank of seventh-degree
black belt at the World Tradi-
tional Taekwondo Union
World Championships in Lit-
tle Rock, Ark.
And here's the cool part -
the Haskins were two of only
five people in the world who
completed requirements to
test at that level at the June 25
competition, which takes
place only once a year. They
await their results, which
should be released in about
four weeks.

What is taekwondo?
The Haskins practice
SongAHM Taekwondo, the
only patented style of martial
art in the world. Taekwondo is
a Korean martial art that
trains students mentally and
physically, with a balance of
hand- and footwork and self-
defense.
"It's not just about kicking
and punching," Mr. Haskins
said. "It's about fitness and
fun, too."
The Haskins have been
practicing taekwondo for
more than 25 years each, are
currently sixth-degree black
belts and are known as "mas-
ters" of the discipline.
There are nine grades of
colored belts in taekwondo,
graduated from white at
ninth-degree to red at first-
degree. Once a student com-
pletes the color grades, they


Andy Stefanek/staff photographer
Master Lance Haskins and Master Mary Haskins, both of Rockledge, own and teach at the
Haskins ATA Martial Arts School in Suntree. They both are sixth-degree black belts.


progress to the black belts, of
which there are also nine.
Only 35 people worldwide
were eligible to test for the
seventh-degree designation
the Haskins are hoping to
achieve; however, there are a
litany of requirements that
must be completed before a
black belt is approved to test
for a higher rank, including
attendance at tournaments,
the number of students under
their instruction and the
number of students testing
for a higher ranking them-
selves.
Additionally, at each level,
of black belt, a student must
wait the corresponding num-
ber of years associated with
their degree-level before test-
ing for a higher degree. For
example, when the Haskins
achieved their sixth-degree
black belt ranking, they had to
wait six years before testing
for the seventh-degree desig-
nation.
To begin new rankings for
the 2010 tournament year, the
Haskins competed in 11
events at the World Tradition-
al Taekwondo Union World
Championships, and
between the mother and son


martial artists, brought home
12 awards. Mr. Haskins
received first-place in Cre-
ative Forms and Creative
Weapons and second-place in
Xtreme Forms and Xtreme
Weapons. Ms. Haskins took
home first-place in Xtreme
Weapons and Creative Forms
and second-place in Creative
Forms, Creative Weapons,
Traditional Forms, Traditional
Weapons and Sparring.
And yes, they can break
boards with their hands and
feet. In fact, Ms. Haskins holds
the world record in most
boards broken by a woman in
a single day. In 1993, she
broke 500 boards consecu-
tively as a fundraiser for the
Muscular Dystrophy Associa-
tion.

Passing on their skills
Ms. Haskins, a retired
teacher, owns Haskins ATA
Martial Arts in Suntree, and
Mr. Haskins acts as manager
and head instructor at the
facility. The two opened their
first school in Cocoa Beach in
1987, and have operated sev-
eral locations around the
county for a number of years.


Today, they have only one
school, but several of their
students have taken over their
other facilities as owner/oper-
ators.
The Haskins said taekwon-
do is ideally suited to family
participation, and they are liv-
ing proof of a family that
became closer due to partici-
pation in this discipline.
"We have several families
(in attendance at our school),
and feel like it's been a signifi-
cant presence in our relation-
ship," Ms. Haskins said.
The Haskins have about 50
students, who, in addition to
learning the taekwondo tech-
nique, get a little extra with
their training.
"(Taekwondo teaches) self-
confidence, focus, discipline,
concentration, physical fit-
ness, well-being and fun," Mr.
Haskins said. "We'd like to
invite people to come try it
out."
The Haskins are always
accepting new students and
have several programs for
those with physical and men-
tal disabilities.
For more information, call
(321) 752-4410 or visit
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Coach Mims expands


Panthers' global presence


By Matt O'Hern
For Hometown News
There's no such thing as an
off-season for Florida Tech
mens basketball coach Billy
Mims. He became the Pan-
thers' unofficial European
ambassador during the NBA
finals, working as a studio
analyst for Sport on Five, one
of England's public networks.
England is familiar territory
for Coach Mims. Prior to his
arrival at Florida Tech, he won
five championships in the
elite level of British basketball,
including two teams that won
their first championship in
team history. His on-air team
also consists of host Mark
Webster and Andrew Alleyne,
who coaches the England
Under-18 team.
While they may not draw
the ratings of Charles Barkley,
Ernie Johnson and Kenny
"The Jet" Smith, they get the


"By the time the game ends and we're off the
air, the sun is already up outside, so we're truly
working the television night shift!"

Billy Mims
Coach


unique chance to educate
fans about the game and
increase exposure for their
respective teams. Coach
Mims has been seen proudly
donning his Florida Tech
emblazoned gear.
For Mims, one of the
biggest adjustments is the
time change and the number
of commercials.
"For a 9 p.m. EST USA
tipoff, which is 2 a.m. here in
the UK, we report to the ITN
Studios in the Kings Cross
area of London around mid-
night. By the time the game
ends and we are off air, usual-


ly around 5:30 a.m. here, the
sun is already well up outside,
so we're truly working the tel-
evision night shift!"
Burning the midnight oil is
all worth it, once Coach Mims
and his family head home
after a successful broadcast.
"While boarding the 'Lon-
don Eye' on a brief family
excursion during last year's
Finals broadcast, one of the
workers nodded to me and
said, 'Great job on the NBA
game last night, coach!' My
daughters Courtney and Cal-
lie were very impressed with
their dad's British status."


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said.
After giving the dispatch-
er Mr. Eddy's driver's
license number, vehicle tag
number and location, the
dispatcher reported an
outstanding warrant for
Mr. Eddy.
That's when things got
ugly, Officer Streety said.
"He was very agitated,"
he said. "I attempted to
arrest him and he did not
comply. That's when I drew
my baton and commanded
him to do what I wanted
him to do. He ran to the
front door of his car,
grabbed his pistol, ran
around to the front of his
car, and that's when I think
the first shot was fired."
Officer Streety was dis-
abled immediately when
the suspect shot him in the
left arm and right hand.
From that point forward,
he was virtually defense-
less, unable to remove his
weapon from its holster
with his shattered limbs.


"I do not intend to let anything beat me. Let
that be clear."

Officer Vann Streety
Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission


He started to run for cover.
That's when the suspect
shot him in the back.
Officer Streety, a 10-year
veteran with the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission, was
transferred to a rehabilita-
tion center to recover from
two gunshot wounds to the
left shoulder, two to the
right hand, two in his back
and one to his right thigh.
Dr. Edgar Figueroa, trau-
ma center surgeon at
Holmes Regional Medical
Center, said Mr. Street is
recovering remarkably
well.
"In my 17 years as a trau-
ma surgeon, I have to say,
Officer Streety is very
lucky," Dr. Figueroa said.
Officer Streety was wear-
ing a bullet-resistant vest,
but, in addition to the pro-
tection the vest provided,
another inanimate object
shielded him from an addi-
tional gunshot wound.
A special coin commem-
orating the Special Opera-
tions Group, a unit similar
to a SWAT team of which
Officer Streety is a member,
took a bullet for him.
"I happen to carry it in


my wallet all the time,"
Officer Streety said. "One of
the rounds I took hit me in
the wallet, right in the coin.
It stopped a .45 caliber
round and saved me from
one more injury."
Officer Streety said he's
still in a lot of pain, and
that the experience has left
his family members,
including a wife and three
children, "very trauma-
tized."
"But I do not intend to let
anything beat me," he said.
"Let that be clear."
Mr. Eddy concluded by
thanking the community,
including the influx of law
enforcement agencies, for
their love and support.
"That's a testament to the
human nature we all have
and we all display during
times of tragedy," he said.
Christopher Eddy was
arrested and charged in the
shooting July 17 in Mel-
bourne Beach while
attempting to steal a car.
He had been on the run for
46 hours when officers
caught up with him. He
remains in Brevard County
Detention Center with no
bond.


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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

Victor Gabriel Morales,
34, of 2484 Iowa St., Mel-
bourne, was charged July 17
with on-site violation of
probation/community con-
trol.
Karen Lee Roach, 43, of
2423 Canterbury Lane, Mel-
bourne, was charged July 17
with aggravated battery-
domestic violence.
Sharon Stoinski, 45,
address unknown, was
charged July 17 with posses-
sion of cocaine, on-site vio-
lation of probation/com-
munity control and an
out- of-county warrant.
George Ralph Grooms,
63, of 2421 Stone St., Unit G,
Melbourne, was charged
July 17 as a habitual traffic
offender driving on a sus-
pended license.
Stacey Renee Jacobs, 45,
of 3408 James St., Mel-
bourne, was charged July 17
with aggravated batter and
on-site violation of proba-
tion/community control.
Thomas Ray Moore, 45,
of 722 Bonnie Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged July 18
with burglary and grand
theft.
Thomas Homer Craig,
56, of 2405 Stone St., Mel-
bourne, was charged July 19
with aggravated battery.
Shelena R. Keller, 26,
address unknown, was
charged July 19 with burgla-
ry, petty theft and posses-


sion of drug paraphernalia.
Clarence E. Lakeman,
22, of 991 Sable Circle, Palm
Bay, was charged July 19
with battery-domestic vio-
lence and resisting arrest
with violence.
Angi Carrasquillo, 32, of
441 N. Harbor City Blvd.,
Melbourne, was charged
July 20 with aggravated
assault.
William R. Parish, 24, of
646 Shady Lane, Melbourne,
was charged July 20 with
carrying a concealed
firearm.
Robbie Joseph Robin-
son, 20, of 2700 Croton
Road, No. 213, Melbourne,
was charged July 20 with
on-site violation of proba-
tion/community control,
possession of cannabis with
intent to sell, possession of
more than 20 grams of
cannabis and three counts
of possession of drug para-
phernalia.
Melissa Joyce Wise, 25,
of 720 Carolin St., No. 104,
Melbourne, was charged
July 20 with grand theft.
Viktor Gunther Schon-
berger, 47, of 213 Third St.
N.E., Satellite Beach, was
charged July 21 with grand
theft.
Charles Owen Conner,
24, of 770 N. Wickham Road,
No. 12, Melbourne, was
charged July 22 with rob-
bery by sudden snatching
and three counts of posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance.
Timothy Edward Henry,
40, of 3210 N. Harbor City
Blvd., No. 101, Melbourne,
was charged July 22 with
possession of a controlled
substance and possession
of drug paraphernalia.


West Melbourne
Police Department

Ayla Marie Willis, 20, of
2250 W. New Haven Ave.,
West Melbourne, was
charged July 19 with posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance and retail theft.

Florida Department
of Law Enforcement

Floyd James Johnson,
24, of 7667 N. Wickham
Road, No. 1412, Melbourne,
was charged July 18 as an
accessory after the fact.

Brevard County
Sheriffs Office

Edwin Acosta, 37, of 2664
Pineapple Ave., No. 8, Mel-
bourne, was charged July 17
with four counts of violation
of probation.
William Bradley Gable,
29, of 417 Vickers Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
July 17 with violation of
community control.
Robin Leslie Hikes, 31, of
1117 Swan St., Melbourne,
was charged July 17 with
violation of community
control.
Timothy Edward Plaist-
ed, 52, of 913 Notre Dame
Ave., Melbourne, was
charged July 17 with grand
theft auto, burglary, grand
theft and trafficking a con-
trolled substance.
Edward Allen Sotelo, 39,
of 1801 Fox Bay Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged July 17
with possession of cocaine
and on-site violation of pro-
bation/community control.


Tammi Ann Temple, 37,
of 1042 Sea Grape Drive, No.
8, Melbourne, was charged
July 17 as an accessory after
the fact.
Brianne G. Lopez, 30, of
1816 N. Cadillac Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged July 18
with trafficking stolen prop-
erty.
Tiley Raelynn Minear, 30,
of 460 Linda Lane, Mel-
bourne, was charged July 18
with violation of probation.
Luajaimy Ruiz, 27,
address unknown, was
charged July 18 with viola-
tion of probation.
Kayla Nicole Black, 27, of
5775 Broad Acres St., Mel-
bourne, was charged July 19
with violation of probation.
Courtney Ferrell, 47, of
2700 Croton Road, No. 516,
Melbourne, was charged
July 19 with failure to
appear-traffic and as a fugi-
tive from justice.
Andi Kay Seminick, 20,
of 200 Elm St., Melbourne,
was charged July 19 with
possession of a controlled
substance.
Donald Dean Johnson,
40, of 14 Paul Rene St., Mel-
bourne, was charged July 20
with violation of community
control.
Eric John Lemmerman,
44, of 1614 Albert Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
with violation of probation
and as a habitual traffic
offender driving on a sus-
pended license.
David L. Adorno, 33, of
89 N.W. Irwin Ave., No. 7,
West Melbourne, was
charged July 21 with viola-
tion of probation and viola-
tion of community control.
Darion Allen Brown, 16,


of 912 Wisteria Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged July 21
with armed robbery with a
firearm, carjacking, posses-
sion of cocaine, possession
of cannabis, two counts of
robbery and four counts of
battery.
Jordan Scott Dunlap, 26,
of 1257 Bonaventure Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
July 21 with possession of a
controlled substance and
possession of cannabis.
Lee Edward Freeman, 49,
of 1883 Wallace Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged July 21
with violation of probation,
burglary and violation of a
court order referencing
aggravated stalking.
Charlene Marie Hay-
ward, 46, of 2196 Pineapple
Ave., No. 1, Melbourne, was
charged July 21 with viola-
tion of community control.
Alonzo Dwayne Tarver,
34, of 3308 James St., Mel-
bourne, was charged July 21
with selling cocaine.
Zahir Abdul-Jabbar, 31,
of 2868 Colbert Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged July 22
with selling cocaine.
Joseph Francisco De
Jesus, 24, of 1381 Old Bailey
Lane, Melbourne, was


charged July 22 with viola-
tion of probation and two
counts of failure to appear-
traffic.
Lisa Marie Ortiz, 21, of
1900 Post Road, No. 225, Mel-
bourne, was charged July 22
with violation of probation.
Stephen David Erickson,
25, of 2390 Hickory Creek
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged July 23 with shoot-
ing/throwing a missile into a
dwelling/vehicle and two
counts of aggravated assault.
Justin Michael Looman,
23, of 1792 Croton Road,
Melbourne, was charged July
23 with shooting/throwing a
missile into a dwelling/vehi-
cle and two counts of aggra-
vated assault.
Dana Robert Lucas, 25, of
4327 Barnsdale Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged July 23
with two counts of violation
of probation.
Shawna Elizabeth Wilkin-
son, 32, of 1147 Heather Glen
Circle, Melbourne, was
charged July 23 with retail
theft, possession of a con-
trolled substance, posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia
and possession of cannabis.


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The budget includes $9.8 million
for water conservation education
campaigns, said Ed Garland,
spokesman for St. Johns River


Water Management District.
"We're really shifting the emphasis
to water conservation and from con-
struction projects," Mr. Garland said.
The district is developing a hard-
hitting public education water con-
servation campaign, which could
include establishing aggressive


water conservation goals for public,
agricultural and industrial water
uses; incorporating water conserva-
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Water Supply Plan; undertaking rule
changes that could require permit
holders to implement additional
water conservation measures; and


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sharing program to help fund imple- watering restrictions and enforce-
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Bright Futures less bright

I am thoroughly disgusted with the Florida legislature
and the nation's lawmakers. It's not fair that a child who has
worked very hard to earn a Bright Future's Scholarship
honor roll student, no drugs, no alcohol, works very hard,
40 hours a week, has a problem with the tuition hike
because they didn't cover that. As we all know, there has
been a tuition hike for the colleges and universities in Flori-
da. The Bright Future's Scholarship didn't cover that. As a
result, may daughter is going to have to take out student
loans to cover the portion that did not get covered. I think
it's absolutely ridiculous that the lawmakers do what they
want and have no regard what they're doing. It's just such a
broken system and I am so disgusted at the American pub-
lic citizens who don't speak up. They don not stand up and
when you do, you're called a radical lunatic and just on a
rampage of a Bill O'Reilly. That's not true. I hope things get
better. I just don't see them getting better.

Animal dangers

In a past issue someone was ranting about pet pythons in
Central Florida threatening our pets and wildlife. They did-
n't seem worried about small children.
I was simply hoping to point out the obvious fact that
there are many dangerous animals native to the area, and a
pet python isn't really adding to the problem.
Diamondbacks, coral snakes, cottonmouths, and pygmy
rattlesnakes are the only the venomous snakes I could find
that are native to our area. Also there are, of course, alliga-
tors and the beautiful, but very predatory, black panthers
that we, as humans, have almost killed off completely.
If you really want to get technical, humans are a much
bigger threat to our environment than any snake ever could
be.
I think if anyone loses a beloved pet due to a python, it is
likely due to their own negligence or their pet's ability to
anger a snake.
With that said, watch your animals and your children and
we can all be happy neighbors.

Both parties are to blame

I would like to respond to the person who wanted to
respond to the person who wrote "Get rid of the Democ-
rats." Did you not read my letter to the editor, wherein I
explained what caused the current economic problems.
From your reply, I can surmise that you did not. As I
explained in my letter, the blame, if we want to use that
term, rests with both Democrats and Republicans. Democ-
rats, because they pushed President Clinton's agenda and
promise of making home ownership a reality for low
income Americans. Republicans, led by Senator Gramm, R-
Texas, along with Rep. Thomas Bliley, R-Virginia, and Rep.
Jim Leach, R-Iowa, who were looking after their new careers
after they left congress to ensure financial rewards with Wall
Street companies like City Bank, and who co-sponsored the
Banking Act of 1999. Then there is Alan Greenspan whose
decisions compounded the economic crisis. Then Democ-
rats Chris Dodd and Barney Franks, who were told by the
Bush administration that current policies, sum-prime
loans, of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are creating prob-
lems in all financial markets, but fought hard to say they
bought these financial lending organization, both govern-
ment sponsored enterprises, were doing well and no prob-
lems were anticipated. Then the greed of the investment
institutions, who created collateral mortgages obligations,
CDOs, without collateral nor insurance, sold these instru-
ment on the market. When mortgagors could not meet
their loan obligations, and investment banks could not
meet their obligations to its investor. Result: the financial
meltdown.
If you think Democrats are pure, you are naive. The fault
of this economic crisis lies with both Democrats and
Republicans and you can take that to the bank. All I ask is
when you express your thoughts, leave out your prejudices.
Most of all, do some research and get your facts right.

A new concept

I agree with the piece in the Friday, July 17 issue for help-
ing the homeless.




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The beat of the drum


The Melbourne
Municipal Band plays
throughout the year.
Recently, they played a
'not in the park' picnic
at the Melbourne
Auditorium. Here,
drummer Joe Higdon of
Melbourne plays during
one of the songs. The
band's full schedule can
be found at
www.mmband org.










Paul Lepinskie
staff photographer


It's time to get serious, work together


Sat year and a
half or so it's been.
WV Times like we have
experienced are fortunately
just once, or less, in a
generation. The good side
to these trying times is that
those of us who make it
through this will be a lot
smarter and better busi-
ness people than we might
have been going into it. We
have learned from our
mistakes. We will know how
to better plan and prepare
for tough times in the
future. We will appreciate
the good times and not
take them for granted,
knowing that nothing lasts
forever.
So OK. We've been
through the worst of it. All
signs point to a renewed
economy. Some of us have
even prospered through
this. Some have fought
hard to make it through.
Some who didn't make it
can blame themselves. If a
business owner isn't
willing to make tough
decisions, sacrifice and
commit to their business,
they probably shouldn't
have been in business in
the first place. Success is
not easy, though during
the boom years some
made it look easy. Success
does not come without
some pain, suffering and
sacrifice.
One of the things I have
seen and discovered over
the past 18 months is that


PUBLISHER
STEVE '" .f
ERLANGER .




if we all work together we
can survive and thrive. All
of the communities we
cover, from Martin County
north to Volusia County,
(Daytona Beach area) are
filled with local business-
es doing business with the
locals. We wrote a column
for our annual gift guide
touting the benefits of
shopping local. Now it is
time to get serious.
We know there are
enough local people living
here year-round in our
communities (more than
were here during peak
season less than five years
ago), that if we can
generate regular, consis-
tent business from the
locals, we will be success-
ful. It's time to promote
local. It's time to get
creative, come up with
special offers for the
locals, those year-round
residents who can shop
your place of business
two, three, four times a
week.
Now, you must know, no
one is paying retail
anymore. I am not sure
that they will again. So
you have to come up with
a new strategy to get them


This issue has been present for many years. Having fami-
ly who live in and around the blighted and plagued areas
and seeing the impact on them, as well as other facilities in
the area including the Melbourne Library, but also seeing
those who are in a situation which many have no control
over.
A possible solution towards helping those in need:
There is an entity on Roseland Road in Sebastion known
many years ago as The Shilo Youth Ranch. I remember
when it opened. The concept of how this facility is main-
tained could provide a way to work towards "our" present
and growing homeless situation. This would involve a
local "group" to investigate and implement.
With a generous donation of land away from the present
plagued Downtown Melbourne area, a facility could be
constructed which would do more than just pass out a
meal.
With this land could be an area to grow food. In our
county area are people who are very knowledgable about
hydroponic gardening. A good number of the homeless
could be taught and expected, based on capabilities, to
assist/work in the maintenance of the garden/facility in
exchange for their "daily bread."
Eventually this facility could be expanded to include a
safe area from the "elements" for those who have a need.
With enough land/guidance/change, chickens could be
added to help provide meat and eggs, and perhaps a par-
ticipant could learn something that would lead to a desire
to strive to become self-sustaining.
Present this idea to all who could/would be willing to
participate. Apply for stimulus funds. Create a department
to be managed by the city of Melbourne or create an inde-
pendent entity but with no political gain.
The concept, modified, could work. I believe that in our
area, there are interested, knowledgable and willing peo-
ple/groups/entities who would be willing to volunteer
their time to see if the above could/would be a "plan" to
start from to remove this issue, help those in need, provide
relief for neighborhoods and businesses.
Surely the majority of the 'homeless' don't look forward
to spending the rest of their lives existing as many current-


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ly do.
I wish to thank all who give of themselves to provide the
present meals, clean-up, store items and handle the many,
many daily duties cheerfully that keep this present facility
open. I for one, do not really know all that is daily, weekly
involved in the preparation, work involved, and I doubt if
many who might read this know all that is "given" by vol-
unteers. Thank you.

Wind power ideas

It is my understanding that the NASA engineers at the
Cape will be out of work. First, I want to commend them
on the incredible work that they have done already. Now, I
wish to give them a challenge that will do even more good
for the country; a challenge that I have no doubt that they
can meet.
First, consider that those big old lazy wind turbines that
barely turn, still make enough electricity to each power
200 homes. The challenge is to design a wind turbine that
will make enough power for 10 homes, but cost only
$10,000.
In my neighborhood, our lots come together so that if
we put one up where four lots come together, four of us
could split the costs and have free power for our own
homes forever. The excess power could go back to the
power company. If a storm takes it out for a time, I would
assume that the power company would be happy to keep
us power-supplied until we could get it going again, since
we would have built up the credit.
We do not have a lot of wind in the area, but the sea
breezes do pick up in the evening. Think in terms of the
perpetual motion machines. On a still day, anyone might
be able to pull a chain which could set it in motion for
hours.
Many of you engineers, I expect, have put investments
aside that you could pool to form your own company.
Another option would be government funding. Our cur-
rent president is in office to do good things for the people
of this country. He will give you start up funding, if not I
will be happy to march on D.C. to facilitate funding.











Expo to feature businesses owned by women cI miwPootFun. I


By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
Florida Institute of Tech-
nology will host an expo
Aug. 6 featuring local busi-
nesswomen and their com-
panies.
"But we're not discourag-
ing men from also partici-
pating," said Donn Miller-
Kermani, director of the
Women's Business Center at
Florida Tech. "We're trying
to help micro-businesses
get some exposure."
The Second Annual Space
Coast Women Business
Expo, sponsored in part by
Florida Tech's Women's
Business Center, American
Business Women's Associa-
tion local chapters, Brevard
County Women newspaper,
Hip Chicks, Spotlight maga-
zine and Personal Video
Productions, will highlight
more than 100 vendors'
products and services.
The expo takes place from
noon to 8 p.m. at the
Clemente Center on the col-
lege campus, and will also
feature two concurrent
public speaking line-ups,
Ms. Miller Kermani said,
one with an inspirational
slant.
Jeff Piersall of Space
Coast Media, the keynote
speaker, will kick off the
speaking presentations at
12:20 p.m. Following Mr.
Piersall's talk, speakers
include Donna Anselmo of


Weird
From page Al

prayers placed between its 2,000 year-
old-stones, without leaving their
armchairs.
From www.primebuzz.kcstarcom:
It's official: Naked Cowboy running for
NYC mayor
A man who makes his living posing
for pictures with tourists as the Naked
Cowboy in New York City's Times
Square plans to run for city mayor,
FOX 5 NewYork reports.


Photo courtesy of Florida Institute of Technology
Representatives from Affordable Graphic Solutions host a booth at the inaugural Space
Coast Women Business Expo.


Bold Marketing Solutions
with "Power Marketing in a
Tight Economy" at 1 p.m.,
Jean Newell of Newco,
inventor of the Gizmo Bag
and the PUP, or personal
utility pouch, with "The
Secret Key to Free Publici-
ty," Tiffany Kaharick, Amy
Mead, Mirja Heide and
Rebecca Carswel with "Four
Florida Authors Present
How to Change Your Life"
also at 1 p.m., and two con-
current panel discussions:
"Secrets from Media Insid-
ers: Effective Campaigns


Using Traditional and New
Media" and "Surviving and
Thriving: Overcoming
Obstacles."
Connie Chiles-Cook,
owner of a Melbourne State
Farm Agency for 23 years
and a participant in last
year's expo, said she would
attend this year to continue
to build community-based
connections.
"More than anything, the
type of business I'm in is
based on relationships,"
Ms. Chiles-Cook said. "My
goal is to build relation-


Robert Burck, who has made a
career of playing a guitar dressed only
in cowboy boots, hat, and tighty-
whiteys, wants to replace incumbent
Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who
appears to be sailing toward re-
election for a third term this Novem-
ber.
From News. Yahoo.com: Drunken
driver parks on Michigan Police post's
lawn
Authorities said a lost and confused
drunken driver picked the wrong place
to stop and rest: the front lawn of the
Michigan State Police post in Paw Paw.
Police said the man drove onto the


ships in the community by
serving the community in
which I live. At the same
time, it gives me a chance
to thank the people in the
community who are
already supporting me."
The Space Coast Women
Business Expo is from noon
to 8 p.m. Aug. 6 at Florida
Tech's Clemente Center, 150
West University Blvd., Mel-
bourne. Doors open at 11:30
a.m. for admission and reg-
istration. For more infor-
mation, visit
www.wbc.fit.edu.


lawn of the post early Thursday, after
overshooting the station's parking lot.
He was visibly intoxicated and had
vomited on himself.
The driver told officers he couldn't
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While its dangers are
often underrated, light-
ning is the first hazard to
arrive in a thunderstorm
and the last to leave.
"Lightning can not be


avoided like a tornado or
hurricane," said Matthew
Bragaw of the National
Weather Service in Mel-
bourne. "Warnings are
limited. Absolutely no
place outdoors is safe dur-
ing a thunderstorm."
This fact proved to be all


too true July 8 when an
Oklahoma man, who was
visiting Brevard County
with his family, died after
being struck by lightning
near Ocean Avenue in Mel-
bourne Beach.
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Ocean Rescue that a small
thunderstorm was rolling
in and the beach was clos-
ing.
About 30 minutes fol-
lowing the storm, beach-
goers, including the Pax-
ton family, began to revisit
the beach, although warn-
ing flags indicated the
beach was still closed, said
Brevard County Ocean
Rescue Chief Jeff
Scabarozi.
"The storm returned
very, very quickly with the
lightning bolts coming
down one after the other,"
he said. "At the time Mr.
Paxton was struck, several
other people felt the vibra-
tion and static on the
beach."
Mr. Paxton was pro-
nounced dead at Holmes
Regional Medical Center in
Melbourne, said Orlando
Dominguez, spokesman
for Brevard County Fire
Rescue.


"It's often the storms that produce less light-
ning that cause the most damage because
people take the threat less seriously."

Matthew Bragaw
National Weather Service


The last reported light-
ning death in Brevard was
in July 2004 when a strike
in Grant killed 41-year-old
Stephanie Anderson and
critically injured her 10-
year-old son, after they
sought shelter on a spoil
island during a boating
trip.
The unusual and tragic
fatality this month
prompted the town of Mel-
bourne Beach to host a
lightning safety seminar
July 16 to better prepare
residents and visitors dur-
ing a thunderstorm.
"We have these storms
every season; they're so
regular that we forget how
vulnerable we really are,"
said Melbourne Beach
Mayor Rita Karpie, her eyes
filling with tears. "This
shook us up a bit. But I
think something good is
going to come out of this."
The forum allowed
guests to ask questions and
included a presentation
from Mr. Bragaw, as well as
Bill Roeder of the 45th
Weather Squadron at


Patrick Air Force Base.
"Florida ranks No. 1 in
the nation for thunder-
storms Central Florida to
be exact," Mr. Roeder said.
"It's known as 'lightning
alley.' About 90 percent of
Florida's lightning occurs
from June through Sep-
tember."
The July 8 storm pro-
duced a total of 145 light-
ning strikes in the area
between Indian Harbour
Beach and Melbourne
Beach during what was
labeled as a less-active
storm, Mr. Bragaw said.
"It's often the storms
that produce less lightning
that cause the most dam-
age because people take
the threat less seriously,"
he said. "Take cover as
soon as a storm approach-
es, and stay inside 30 min-
utes past the last boom of
thunder. It's just not worth
the risk."
For up-to-date weather
conditions and an interac-
tive weather map of the
Brevard County area, visit
www.weather.gov.


Paws
From page Al
Lt. Robinson said the pro-
gram has enjoyed a 100 per-
cent adoption rate thus far.
Inmates who complete
the program are awarded
the American Kennel
Boarding Association Pet
Care Technician Level I or II
Certificate, the American
Kennel Club Canine Good
Citizen Behavior Test Cer-
tificate and the American
Red Cross Pet First Aid
Card.
More than 100 inmates
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Finalists
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ofiFONE Inc.
Paul Woodbury, opera-
tions general manager for
Simplex Time Recorder
Co./Tyco International
On July 31, the finalists
will be interviewed indi-
vidually by each commis-
sioner, and then will be
interviewed by the com-
mission at its special
meeting.
The county paid the
Wellington consulting firm
of Colin Baenziger and
Associates $21,500 to per-
form an executive search
for the new manager.
Former county manager
Peggy Busacca resigned in
January. She had served as
manager since May 2005
and had worked for the


program with the certifica-
tions.
Cmdr. Susan Jeter, head
administrator at Brevard
County Detention Center,
said the program affords
inmates the opportunity for
job training.
"The inmates receive
training and certification
that can lead to job oppor-
tunities once they leave
jail," she said. "It's a win-
win situation for the dogs
and the inmates."
For more information on
the program, visit the Bre-
vard County Sheriff's Office
Web site at www.brevardsh-
eriff.com.


county in various other
positions since 1985.
Stockton Whitten, who
served under Mrs. Busacca
as the assistant county
manager for management
services, is serving as
interim county manager.
The July 31 special
meeting will take place in
the Florida room on the
third floor of Building C at
the county Government
Center, 2725 Judge Fran
Jamieson Way.
It will be televised on
Space Coast Government
Television, which can be
viewed on Bright House
Channel 199, Comcast
Channel 51 in north Bre-
vard and Comcast Chan-
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CAPE CANAVERAL Cov-
ering only 2.9 miles of Bre-
vard County, it's hard to
believe so many recreational
opportunities can be packed
into Cape Canaveral.
But, with the Atlantic
Ocean to the east, Port
Canaveral to the north and
the Indian River to the west,
it's all about water in Cape
Canaveral.
One of the city's main
attractions is Port Canaveral,
where visitors can watch
enormous cruise ships glide
through the waters, get a
look at a Coast Guard Cutter,
or view wildlife such as dol-
phins and turtles, all while
sipping a cocktail or enjoying
fresh seafood from one of the
many restaurants lining the
port.
In the evening, the restau-
rants take on a nightlife of
their own, with DJs, karaoke
and dancing.
"It gets livelier when the
sun goes down," said Ros-
alind Postell-Harvey, spokes-
woman for the Canaveral
Port Authority.
For those who enjoy play-
ing in the water, Port
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water adventures, with a
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Community notes


Youth baseball
tryouts

The Brevard Plasma base-
ball teams will host tryouts
for the Amateur Athletic
Union baseball league from
9-11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 1 at
Melbourne High School, 74
Bulldog Blvd., Melbourne.
Tryout are for divisions 12
and younger, 13 and
younger, and 14 and
younger.
For information, call (321)
506-2007 or visit
www.laeguelineup.com/bpl 1
4u.

Couples sought for
research

Florida Tech is seeking
partners in current, exclu-
sive gay or lesbian relation-
ships. The institute will will
conduct a clinical psycholo-
gy research project which


reviews the relationship
between severe personality
traits and scores on couples'
similarity and relationship
adjustment and satisfaction.
Couples will participate
by completing a personality
inventory and relationship
questionnaire and must
come in together.
For information, call (321)
674-8964 or e-mail
shahk@fit.edu.

Basketball leagues
now forming

Brevard County Parks and
Recreation announces new
basketball leagues at the Ted
Whitlock Community Cen-
ter located, 370 Champi-
onship Circle, Palm Bay.
All teams interested in the
women's basketball league
must have the registration
fee of $300 for the team or
$45 per individuals paid by
Friday, Aug. 14. Games start


on Thursday, Aug. 20 at 6:30
p.m.
All teams interested in the
men's basketball league
must have the registration
fee of $300 paid by Friday,
Aug. 21. Games start on
Tuesday Aug. 25, 2009 at
6:30 p.m.
Both leagues will have a
nine week season including
playoffs.
For information, call (321)
952-3231.

Workshop for feral
cat caregivers

Space Coast Feline Net-
work will be conducting a
workshop for feral cat
colony caregivers on Satur-
day, Aug. 8 from 1-4 p.m. at
the Central Brevard Library,
308 Forrest Ave. Cocoa.
The workshop is for those
involved with the care of
feral cats and includes
demonstrations on how to


use traps and discusses feral
cat issues.
Space Coast Feline Net-
work is a nonprofit organi-
zation dedicated to decreas-
ing the feral cat population
in Brevard county through
low-cost spay/neuter servic-
es for feral cat caregivers.
Call (321 631-7729 to reg-
ister or send $5 to Space
Coast Feline Network P.O.
Box 624, Cocoa, FL 32923.
For more information,
visit www.spacecoastfe-
linenetwork.com.

New operating hours

The Harry T. & Harriette V.
Moore Memorial Park at
2180 Freedom Ave., Mims,
has expanded its operating
hours.
The park is now open
Monday through Friday
from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Satur-
day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.;
and Sunday from 2-6 p.m.
The cultural center is


located in the 11.93-acre site
of the original Moore family
home. The park is dedicated
to the celebration of their
lives and to promoting
awareness of their unique
contributions to the early
civil rights movement. The
Moores were murdered for
their involvement in the
civil rights movement when
a bomb exploded under
their home in 1951.
For information, call 321-
264-6595.

Reality Check golf
outing

The second annual Reality
Check Program Golf Outing
will take place at 11 a.m. Sat-
urday, Aug. 8, at Viera East
Golf Club, 2300 Clubhouse
Drive, Viera. The event is for
children ages 11-18 years to
play golf with an adult men-
tor and will include a golf
clinic, nine holes of golf, a
putting contest, longest drive


contest, closest to the pin
contest, a banquet and
awards ceremony with door
prizes.
Reality Check is asking for
sponsors for children for this
outing. The cost for a golf
sponsor is $100 and ensures
one child will be able to join in
on the event.
For information, call (321)
327-2921.

Student named to
honors list

Dylan Jones of Melbourne,
son of Dr. Jeffrey Barton and
Bonnie Bechtel, was recently
named to the 2009 spring
semester Honor List at Oxford
College, the two-year liberal
arts division of Emory Univer-
sity in Oxford, Ga. Students
must have a cumulative grade
point average of 3.5 or higher
to be named to the honor list.
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Boat ramps can also be
found at Rodney S. Ketcham
Park and Freddie Patrick
Park on the north side of the
port.
Deep-sea fishing charter
boats will take anglers miles
out into the ocean in pursuit
of trophy fish and Cocoa
Beach Parasail offers hightly-
ing adventures over the
waters, offering views of the
beaches and of Kennedy
Space Center.
Those who would like a
closer look at the aquatic side
of Cape Canaveral can take a
two-hour cruise with Space
Coast River Tours, which trav-
els through the Canaveral
Lock System, which keeps the
port waters separate from the
river.
For those fancying a date
with lady luck, Sun Cruz Casi-
no Lines offers six-hour day
and evening cruises, seven
days a week. After traveling
out of state waters, passen-
gers can try their hands at
card games, roulette and slot
machines.
Just a few feet down the
road is the Port's playground,
Jetty Park.
With 126 campsites, a trip
to the park's 4.5-acre beach
can span an entire weekend.
A 1,200-foot fishing pier is
open 24 hours a day and
includes fish cleaning tables


with running water.
Jetty Park also owns two
beach wheelchairs so dis-
abled visitors can access the
sands of Cape Canaveral.
Large, pneumatic wheels roll
easily through the soft sand
and a built-in beach umbrella
holder offers shade.
For thrill-seekers, a water
park is closer than they think.
There is no need to drive to
Orlando and battle the
crowds when Ron Jon's Cape
Caribe Resort boasts its own.
Book a room at the hotel
and try out the lazy river ride
and a 248-foot water slide.
The pool, which features a
sheer-descent waterfall, is
heated, so even when tem-
peratures drop the water can
be enjoyed.
The resort also has it's own
mini golf course and movie
theater, so hotel guests can
completely take a vacation
from their normal surround-
ings.
Surfing, skim- and boogie-
boarding, sunbathing and
swimming are always free and
available year-round on the
beaches at Cape Canaveral.
Travel east down almost
any street in the city to find
free beach access and park-
ing.
For more information on
Cape Canaveral visit
www.cityofcapecanaveral.org

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Yard sale: to benefit
Nana's House, a home for
neglected, abused or aban-
doned children. 8 a.m. to 4
p.m. at Suntree United
Methodist Church, 7400
Wickham Road. (321) 960-
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SATURDAY,
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Insects and nature
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Threats to Lagoon
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Bring a bag lunch. (321)
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'Tuesday Tuesday':
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2755 Wingate Blvd. (321)
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UPCOMING
EVENTS
Rain barrel workshop:
for using rainwater in
landscapes and gardens.
10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 22 at
Rockledge Gardens, 2153
Rockledge Drive, Rock-
ledge. Cost is $45. Call
(321)633-2016, Ext. 56721
to register.


Symphony serenades Space Coast


Inaugural
season
scheduled for
September
By Jenet Krol
Krol@hometownnewsol.com
Members of the newly
formed Space Coast Sym-
phony Orchestra are tun-
ing up for an eventful
inaugural season.
Beginning in September,
Brevard County residents
will have the opportunity
to attend classical concerts
performed by professional
musicians and students
alike.
Formed by 27-year-old
Aaron Collins, the purpose
of the Space Coast Sym-
phony Orchestra is to get
people interested in classi-
cal music.
"I feel that in the world
today, with the invention
of CDs and MP3s, people
have lost the sense of a liv-
ing culture. Coming to a
concert is such a unique
and rewarding experience,
I want to reinvigorate peo-
ple to attend," said Mr.
Collins.
Tickets to concerts will
be offered at $10 to
encourage people to
attend, said Mr. Collins.
"I wanted to give people
who can't afford to go, or
wouldn't try a concert
because of the price, a
chance to try it out. Forty
or $50 is a lot to spend on
something if you aren't
sure you'll like it."


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 07-31-2009


Photo courtesy of Tom Saam
Aaron Collins has been conducting orchestras since he was 14 years old. Beginning
in September, his newly formed 60-piece Space Coast Symphony Orchestra will
embark on a seven-concert inaugural season.


Mr. Collins, who
received a degree in com-
position from the Univer-
sity of Florida, has been
conducting his own pieces
since he was 14 years old
and has played the French
horn since he was 7.
"I love sharing, talking
about and engaging peo-
ple about symphonic
music. It may be my
youth, but I feel I am able
to communicate and
excite a wide audience and
people who have never
attended a classical con-
cert."


Mr. Collins currently
serves on the board of
directors of the Brevard
Symphony Youth Orches-
tra and has recruited some
of his students in the Space
Coast Symphony Orches-
tra.
"Our primary mission is
to provide an opportunity
for talented youth and col-
lege musicians to play
alongside and be men-
tored by professional
musicians," he said.
Seven students from the
Brevard Symphony
Orchestra and 14 students


from the University of
Central Florida will play
with the orchestra during
the inaugural season. The
Space Coast Orchestra will
also perform a side-by-
side concert with the Bre-
vard Youth Symphony
Orchestra in April 2010
and offer free classes to
youth musicians through-
out the year.
Mr. Collins said he also
hopes that the Space Coast
Symphony Orchestra will
inspire people to try out

See SYMPHONY, B2


Out & about


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To have your venue's
events listed in our calendar,
e-mail brevnews@home-
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Items must be submitted at
least 14 days prior to the
publication date preceding
your event and must have a
physical address of the event
location and a contact num-
ber.

FRIDAY, JULY 31
Hollywood-style film
premiere event: of assorted
films and short subjects cre-
ated during the June and July
film project workshops by
Surfside Youth Players. Surf-
side Playhouse, 301 Ramp
Road, Cocoa Beach The event
includes limousine arrival
and red carpet entrance at 7
p.m., film premiere showings
at 8 p.m. and awards presen-
tation at 10:30 p.m. Tickets


are $7. (321) 783-3127.
'Dawg Daze' swing
dance: with the Space Coast
Swingtime Jazz band. 7 p.m.,
Melbourne Auditorium, 817
E. Strawbridge Ave., Mel-
bourne. Tickets are $5 in
advance or $6 at the door.
Dance lessons will be offered
at 6 p.m. prior to the dance.
Cost is $5 payable instructor.
Call (321) 724-0555 or visit
www.mmband.org.
Moon Over Buffalo: 8
p.m. at Melbourne Civic The-
atre, Le Gallerie Plaza, 817 E.
Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne.
Play will run weekends, July
31 through Sept. 6, Fridays
and Saturdays at 8 p.m., Sun-
days at 2 p.m. Tickets are $20
for Adults, $18 for seniors,
military, and students. To
reserve call the box office at
(321)723-6935.

SATURDAY, AUG. 1
'Saturday night at the


Zoo': with extended hours
until 9 p.m. with beverages
and food. Cocolocos will per-
form a mix of classic rock,
pop, country to reggae with
variations to give it a
Caribbean feel. 6:30-8:30
p.m. at the Brevard Zoo, 8225
Wickham Road, Melbourne.
(321) 254-9453.
Blind draw dart tourna-
ment: 7:30 p.m. at Island
Breakers Billiards Sports Bar,
950 N. Courtenay Parkway.
Suite 4, Merritt Island. (321)
459-9100.
Vintage: performs rock
classics. 9:30 p.m. to 1:30
a.m. at Dog N' Bone British
Pub, 9 Stone St., Cocoa Vil-
lage. (321)636-2828.

SUNDAY, AUG. 2
Ken Moores: performs
classic rock, blues and coun-
try. 2:30-6:30 p.m. at Captain
Katanna's Dockside Restau-
rant and Bar, 4263 Harbor


City Blvd., Melbourne. (321)
253-1369.
SwampFox: performs
southern fried rock. 4-8 p.m.
at Mister Tony's, 1549 Palm
Bay Road, Palm Bay. (321)
409-4595.

MONDAY, AUG. 3
Ladies night: 4 p.m. at
Sandbar, 4301 Ocean Beach
Blvd., Cocoa Beach. (321)
799-2577.
College night: Dress
glamorous. Different dress
theme every week. 6 p.m. to
2 a.m. at Vapor Hookah Bar
and Social, 701 E. New Haven
Ave., Melbourne. Cost is $10.
Ages 18 and up permitted.
(321) 327-7945.

TUESDAY, AUG. 4
Free Concert: with The
Melbourne Municipal Band.
See OUT, B2


Aries-March 21-April 19
Your wonderful heart gives
you a never-ending supply of
motivation. You will make it
in life, no matter how many
challenges. Why? You never
give up. Quitting is not in
your vocabulary. Challenges
make you stronger, lift your
spirit, put joy in your heart
and continue to create new
causes. We all need your
leadership and humanity.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Stand tall with your beliefs.
Plan for tomorrow's activities
the evening before. Miracles
happen tomorrow because
the universe has time to get
involved in the action. This is
an excellent way to live. The
excitement of unexpected
results happening is directly
related to this plan. Let spirit
help you and continue to
soar.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
At the last minute, when it
seems like things are not
going to work out, they usu-
ally turn around and work in
your favor. Why? Because the
universe has a mind of its
own. It is far greater than our
own. When a Gemini begins
to accept this over the strug-
gles in the mind and heart,
true magic happens. Try it.
You might like it.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
You have so much respect
and love from family and
friends. You are always there
to lend a helping hand. The
question is, do you let others
know about your needs? Do
you ask for help when need-
ed? You are not an isolated
island, you know. This is
what friends are for. Yeah! It's
celebration time. Now every-
one feels loved.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
You know what you want.
You know what you need to
do to get it. The only step
needed is to refocus on the
top priorities and take action.
You excel at this. The key to
success for a Leo is to shut
the mental process down a
little. Let your visions come
alive and then go for the
gold. Watch out world, here I
come.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
Stay focused. Stress has no
place in your life. Keep a
lighter touch. Stay calm. Be
patient. Make wise choices,
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From page B1
the many other ensembles
and musicians in Brevard
County.
"We have a great arts
community here in Brevard
County. I'm hoping people
will come to our concerts,
like them, and want to go to
more concerts."
The Space Coast Orches-
tra will collaborate with the
Space Coast Oratorio Soci-
ety and the Central Florida
Lyric Opera during several
concerts.
All performances will be
held at the First Baptist
Church in Merritt Island.
"They are a great group to
work with and it's a great
venue with a number of
seats comparable to the
King Center," said Mr.
Collins.
The seven-concert inau-
gural season is scheduled to


Scopes
From page B1
not hasty ones. Be assertive
as needed. This allows others
to give more positive
responses. Take arms length
from those who give negative
responses. This tells you who
your real friends are.

Libra-Sept. 23-Oct.22
You continue to grow spiritu-
ally. Stay focused on present
priorities. Refuse to let unim-
portant things sidetrack you
in your quest for mastery
over life. Share your dreams
with others ready to learn
from your experience and
motivation. Live on the edge
of your dreams and great
happiness is sure to be the
result.

Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
Your strong positive attitude
has brought you safely
through past challenges. This
pattern will continue. Recent
time spent honing your sills
and talents will bring you
many rewards in the future.
Keep reading, learning and
growing. Your mind is open
and your heart is strong. Go
full steam ahead. Victory is
assured.


Out
From page B1
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begin Sept. 12 at 6 p.m.
Tickets are $10 and are
available at www.space-
coastsymphony.org.
Season tickets are avail-
able for $60.
Concerts scheduled
include:
Opening Night Gala,
Sept. 12 at 6 p.m. with per-
formances of: "Also Sprach
Zarathustra" by Richard
Strauss, "Festive Overture"
by Dmitri Shostakovich,
"Les Preludes" by Franz Litz
and "Symphony No. 1" by
Gustav Mahler
A Fantastic Journey, Nov.
14 at 2 p.m. with perform-
ances of: "The Sorcerer's
Apprentice" by Paul Dukas,
Elsa's "Procession to the
Cathedral" by Richard Wag-
ner and "Symphonie Fan-
tastique" by Hector Berlioz
Russian Classics, Jan. 30
at 6 p.m. with performances
of: "The Firebird Suite" by
Igor Stravisnsky, Piano
"Concerto No. 3" by Sergei


Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Your decision-making skills
are strong right now. The
activities you place in motion
have an excellent chance of
succeeding. Hold off on less
important ones. Let divine
timing guide you. Keep on
letting others know how
much you appreciate their
help. This builds loyalty,
respect and cooperation. You
can't miss.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
You have taken life to a high-
er level. Now there is much
new learning about the terri-
tory created. Set goals as an
individual and as a team and
move forward toward even
greater adventures. You are a
pioneer in a new unexplored
region. This leads to all kinds
of interesting discoveries.
Savor this rare experience
forever.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb.18
You have much protection
from the universe right now.
You are given large chal-
lenges. You have the ability to
achieve impressive results.
Your natural gifts of balance
and justice serve you well in
your quest and on your jour-
ney. Move forward. There is


bring picnic dinners and
drinks, ice and snacks will be
available at the concession
table. Additional concert
Thursday, Aug. 6. Call (321)
724-0555 for tickets.
Ladies night: All day at
Baci Bar, 760 Barnes Blvd.,
Suite 108-110, Rockledge.
(321) 631-2224.

WEDNESDAY, AUG. 5
Funky Jazz jam open mic:
with Matt Heister on guitar,
Chuck Dickey on drums and
Scott McGill on bass. 7:30-
10:30 p.m. at Enigma Casual
Fine Dining & Libation, 1550
A1A, Satellite Beach. (321)
779-8969.
Ladies night: 9 p.m. at Off
The Traxx, 918 New Haven
Ave., Mebourne. (321) 327-
2919.

THURSDAY, AUG. 6
Dave Grooms: hosts
acoustic jam. Acoustic
singer/songwriter plays origi-
nals as well as folk, blues, rock
and country covers. 6 p.m. And
All That Jazz Cafe, 1641 U.S. 1,
Cocoa. Call (321) 636-3232.
Nashville Mike: solo act.
5-9 p.m. Conch Key Grille (for-
merly the Pineda Inn) 6355
North U.S. 1, Rockledge (321)
751-5311.


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Shostakovich's Fifth -
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formances of: "Overture to
Candide" by Leonard Bern-
stein and "Symphony No. 5"
by Dmitri Shostakovich
Made in America, June
12 at 6 p.m. with perform-
ances of: "The Chairman
Dances" by John Adams,
"Symphonic Dances from
West Side Story" by Leonard
Bernstein and "Symphony
No. 3" by Aaron Copeland
The Music of Brahms,
July 17 at 6 p.m. with per-
formances of: "Tragic Over-
ture, Variations on a
Theme" by Haydn and
"Symphony No. 1" by
Johannes Brahms.
The Joy of Music Sea-
son Finale, Aug. 7, 2010, 6
p.m., with performances of
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little restriction blocking your
path. Be bold and you will
prevail.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
Your life is lived with a spirit
of love and compassion. Turn
within, listen closely for wise
answers. When you trust and
act on them, you are at your
best. Your greatest joy is shar-
ing from this large heart. You
love making your family,
friends and associates happy.
Your beautiful free spirit is
deeply admired by all who
know you.
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UPCOMING EVENTS
Ron Pirtle: performs Jazz.
5:30-7:30 p.m. on Friday, Aug.
7 at the Brevard Art Museum,
1463 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Admission is $10.
(321) 242-0737.
Mindi Abair: saxophonist,
composer, vocalist performs
contemporary music mixed
with soul, pop and jazz. 8:30
p.m. Friday, Aug. 7, at the
Maxwell C. King Center, 3865
Wickham Road, Melbourne.
Tickets on sale now. Call (321)
783-9004 or visit www.king-
center.com.
Crosby, Stills and Nash:
perform live. 8 p.m. Monday,
Aug. 24 at the Maxwell C. King
Center, 3865 Wickham Road,
Melbourne. Tickets on sale
now. Call (321) 783-9004 or
visit www.kingcenter.com.
'Art of Wildlife Art Explo-
sion': 6-9 p.m., Friday, Aug. 28
in Historic Downtown Titusville
on Mariner Way. Wildlife
movie, Jungle Adventures ani-
mal exhibit, free rocket launch-
es and mini 4 wheel drive
races at the hobby shop,
wildlife dance performances,
art displays, outdoor market
and more. More vendors, nusi-
nesses and artists requested.
Fees are concessionaires/busi-
nesses $25, artist/crafters $15
and non profit organizations
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American Business
Women's Organization:
Fourth Tuesday, 6 p.m. Eau
Gallie Yacht Club, 100 Datu-
ra Drive, Indian Harbour
Beach. (321) 693-2077.
American Association of
University Women: Third
Saturday. Open to women
with two-year or four-year
college degrees. (321) 723-
9355.
Beachside Chess Club:
Wednesday, 6 p.m. Beef
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The Beach Gardeners
Club: Third Tuesdays, Octo-
ber through May, 6:30 p.m.
Melbourne Beach Commu-
nity Center, 509 Ocean Ave.,
Melbourne. (321) 729-9563.
Bonsai Society of Bre-
vard: Third Saturday, 2 p.m.
Melbourne Public Library,
540 Fee Ave., Melbourne.
(321) 255-4064.
Brevard Democrats:
Third Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Agricultural Center, 3459
Lake Drive, Cocoa. Registra-


tion for new members at
6:30 p.m. (321) 773-4596 or
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Brevard Now: Fourth
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1212 E. Strawbridge Ave.,
Melbourne. (321) 727-3636.
Brevard Watercolor
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Citizens for Constitu-
tional Property Rights:
Third Monday, 6:30 p.m.
Locations vary. (321) 453-
4729.
Citizens for Florida's
Waterways: Fourth Wednes-
day, 6:30 p.m. Locations
vary. (321) 449-0827.
Floral Arranging Class-
es: Tuesdays and Thursdays
at Roses are Red, 322 5th
Ave., Indialantic at 2 p.m.
and 5:30 p.m. from now
until August. Cost is $25.00
and includes materials. Call
(321)723-3232.
Harbor City Harmoniz-
ers: Each Tuesday, 7:15 p.m.
Trailer Haven Community


Center building, 1205 Eddie
Allen Road, Melbourne.
(321) 779-4802 or visit
www.harmonize.com/hcar-
monizers.
Helping Hands Crochet
Club: First Sunday, October
through June. 1-3 p.m.
Alumni House of Florida
Institute of Technology, 2510
Country Club Road, Mel-
bourne. (321) 951-7320.
Indialantic Rotary Club:
Each Wednesday, 12:15 p.m.
Eau Gallie Yacht Club, 100
Datura Drive, Indian Har-
bour Beach. (321) 255-2000
or visit www.indialanticro-
tary.org.
International Associa-
tion of Administrative Pro-
fessionals: Melbourne
Chapter, first Tuesday, 5:30
p.m. Hilton Rialto, Rialto
Place, Melbourne. (321) 639-
1780.


Italian American Club:
Bingo night. Tuesday, 1-3
p.m., 1471 Cypress Ave.,
Melbourne. (321) 242-8044.
Italian Language Club:
Each Thursday, September
to May, 6 p.m. Community
Room, Melbourne Square
Mall, Melbourne. Beginner's
class offered. (321) 768-
7869.
Jewish War Veterans:
Post 639, second Sunday,
September to June, 9:30 a.m.
Joe's Club, 4676 N. Wickham
Road, Melbourne. (321) 433-
3025.
Knights of Columbus:
Bishop Verot council No.
5845, first and third Tuesday,
7:30 p.m. Holy Name of
Jesus Catholic Church, 3050
N. Highway A1A, Indialan-
tic. (321) 727-1937.
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Schools Brian Binggeli shakes the hand of Assistant Principal Kate Setterbo.

School soon-to-be in session for students


By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.com
As the beaches become
less crowded, the tempera-
ture begins to drop (well,
in theory) and those fun-
filled summer camps draw
to an end, students can't
help but thinking of head-
ing back to school.
Those days of sleeping in
'til noon and staying up
late will be unfounded
beginning Aug. 10, when
Brevard County schools
are once again in session.
Students enrolled in Bre-
vard Public Schools will
see several changes and a
few additions during the
upcoming 2009-10 fall
semester.
Most importantly, the
district will be operated
under a new superintend-
ent, Brian Binggeli, who,
on July 1, replaced Richard
DiPatri, a nine-year veter-


an with the county's
school system.
Mr. Binggeli, a native of
Fairfax, Va., earned a doc-
torate in educational lead-
ership and policy studies
from Virginia Polytechnic
Institute and State Univer-
sity in Blacksburg, Va.
His past experience
includes serving as a social
studies teacher, principal,
director of curriculum and
instruction, and since
2003, as assistant superin-
tendent in Fairfax and
Spotsylvania counties.
Since assuming his new
position, Mr. Binggeli ful-
filled his personal goal of
meeting individually with
each principal in the Bre-
vard County school system
and exploring nearly all 86
campuses.
In addition to a new
superintendent, the dis-
trict also gained another


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The 321,000-square-foot
facility, completed this
summer, is projected to
relieve crowded condi-
tions at Bayside, Palm Bay
and Melbourne high
schools within the next
three years, with a new
grade level added to the
school each year.
High schools and middle
schools in Brevard will also
have a new start and dis-
missal time beginning this
year.
High school start times
will change from 8:30 a.m.
to 8:45 a.m. and middle
school start times will
change from 9:15 a.m. to
9:30 a.m., said Pam Esco-
bar of Brevard Public
Schools District Commu-
nications.
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in opening time, dismissal


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tively.
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changes in school start
times for high schools and
middle schools allow the
district to optimize the
number of buses that serve
all three school levels each
day," Ms. Escobar said.
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2009-2010 Student Schedule

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Brian Binggeli took post July 1
after Richard DiPatri retired


By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com

If you haven't seen him
around town, just wait. It
takes time to make it to
every community in Bre-
vard.
But that's exactly what
new Brevard Public Schools
superintendent Brian
Binggeli is doing making
sure he takes the time to get
to know the communities,
the residents and their chil-
dren as he takes the reigns
of one of the highest per-
forming school districts in
the state.
Mr. Binggeli, a 29-year
veteran in education with a
doctorate in educational
leadership and policy stud-
ies from Virginia Polytech-
nic Institute and State Uni-
versity in Blacksburg, Va.,
took over the post when
previous superintendent
Richard DiPatri retired at
the end of June.
"Right now, my priorities
lie mostly in listening,
learning and building rela-
tionships and trying to be
visible in the community,"
Mr. Binggeli said, adding
that he's met with each
school principal individual-
ly, at least 86 people, and
many of the employees at
district headquarters in
Viera.
His immediate goals for
the 2009-10 school year
include maintaining the
commitment to excellence
fostered by Mr. DiPatri,
including continuing to
refine strategic planning
mechanisms and skills of
the organization; continu-
ing to pursue best practices
in instructional programs
and methods; and working
to realize some of the key
outcome measures in the
current strategic plan by
increasing student achieve-
ment.
Long-term, Mr. Binggeli
said he'd like to continue to
strive for the desired stu-
dent performance and
opportunity outcomes in
the district's multi-year
strategic plan.
"Those outcomes will
serve to demonstrate that
we're among the best
school districts in the
nation," he said.
Looking down the road,
Mr. Binggeli would also like


to close the
achieve-
ment gaps
while
increasing
achieve-
ment and
opportuni-
ties for all
children.
His great-
est concern Binggeli
for the
future of the district is
ongoing budget cuts, and
"the great uncertainty in
future funding," he said.
"Right now, the federal
stimulus dollars provided
tremendous support, but
those are a temporary
thing," he said.
Mr. Binggeli said he's pas-
sionate about the field of
education and "the nobility
of our mission."
"We work in a profession
where our purpose is to
make a difference in the
lives of children and, in
turn, serve humanity," he
said.
Mr. Binggeli added that
through his meetings with
district employees, he's
found that the majority of
them share his vision.
"There's a commitment
to continuous improve-
ment, and this is an organi-
zation that has been com-
mitted to that and the work
that it takes to constantly
challenge the process and
get better," he said. "There
are great people in this
organization who are com-
mitted, and who care about
each other."
Finally, Mr. Binggeli said
he feels the most important
role for any leader, includ-
ing the superintendent, is
to help foster and build a
high-performing culture.
"Making sure we have
processes that are sup-
posed to drive excellence
and improvement really do
that," he said. "These are
some key things that really
help you create that culture
and, as a leader, you should
carry them out with fideli-
ty."
Mr. Binggeli and his wife,
Shari, and 12-year-old
daughter, Hailey, now live
in Melbourne. They hope to
continue to explore Brevard
County, and other areas of
the state, as soon as possi-
ble.


For Hometown News
Brevnews@hometownnewsol.com
Crosswinds Youth Ser-
vices, 1407 Dixon Blvd.,
Cocoa, an agency that cre-
ates opportunities for
young people, seeks volun-
teers for positions that
include tutoring, clerical


and administrative support,
facilities maintenance, arts
and crafts, music, special
projects and working the
annual Great Brevard Duck
Race.
For information, call (321)
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Coast seeks volunteers for


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BACK TO SCHOOL

IMPORTANT NUMBERS

HELP YOUR CHILDREN UNDERSTAND

WHO AND WHEN TO CALL
The best time to prepare for an emergency is before it happens. During an emergency, it's
easy to become disoriented or upset, so you need to have all the important phone numbers
readily available ahead of time. Write each phone number clearly so that it will be easy to
read. Use a pen with dark-colored ink; this is seen the best when you are in a hurry or the
lights are dim. Make sure that babysitters and relative familiarize themselves with the list.
Once you have filled in the appropriate numbers it is time to practice with your children.

Teaching Your Child How to Call for Help


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Prompt him or her with questions that an
emergency operator would ask, such as
"What is your name?", "Where are you calling
from?", and "What is the emergency?" Stress
that the description should be short ("Mommy
fell down") and that he or she should be calm
and stay on the phone.
Practice until your child feels comfortable.


No one wants to think about an emergency happening at home, but it's better to face that
possibility than to be caught unprepared. So keep emergency numbers close by.
It's a small step that could have big consequences. Information courtesy http://kidshealth.org

EMERGENCY NUMBERS


Emergency Services:
911
Doctor's Name:


My Address is:


Crisis Counseling 24/7:
211
Emergency Contact
Name and Phone:



Neighbor's Name & #:



Family and Friends #:


My Phone Number:


Poison Control:
1-800-222-1222
Mom's Work Number:


Mom's Cell Number:


Dad's Work Number:


Dad's Cell Number:


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Clubs
From page B4
Sorority. Second Monday,
7:30 p.m. Call (321) 723-
2250 for location.
Laureate Zeta Sigma:
Second and fourth Mon-
day, 7:30 p.m. September
through May at various
locations. (321) 676-7949.
Libertarian Party:
Third Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.
Kay's Barbecue, 1552 W.
King St., Cocoa. (321) 722-
1181.
Lion's Club: Mel-
bourne Beach/Indialantic
chapter. Second and
fourth Monday, 7 p.m.
Melbourne Beach Public
Library, 324 Ocean Ave.,
Melbourne Beach. (321)
724-0539.
Lion's Club: Satellite
Beach chapter. First and
third Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.
Memaw's Bar-B-Que, 600
E. Eau Gallie Blvd., Indian
Harbour Beach. (321) 773-
8664.
Melbourne Beach
Rotary Club: Each Tues-
day, 7:30 a.m. Beach Street
Eatery, 302A Ocean Ave.,
Melbourne Beach.
Moms Club: for stay-
at-home moms. Second
Friday, 10 a.m. Satellite
Beach Library, Satellite
Beach. (321) 777-2616.
National Association
of Active and Retired Fed-
eral Employees: Chapter
609. Fourth Thursday 11
a.m. Melbourne Square


Mall, New Haven Ave.
(321) 242-8525.
Palm Bay Happy
Lions: First and third
Tuesday, 8 a.m. Dottie's
Restaurant, 5275 Babcock
St. N.E., Palm Bay. (321)
674-0587.
Republican Women's
Network of S. Brevard:
Third Thursday, Eau Gal-
lie Yacht Club, 100 Datura
Drive, Indian Harbour
Beach. (321) 728-4424.
Scots American Soci-
ety: Second Wednesday,
6:30 p.m. Front Street
Civic Center, Melbourne.
For those of Scottish her-
itage or those interested in
the culture. (321) 254-
9752.
Scribblers of Brevard:
Second and fourth Satur-
day 9:30 a.m. Eau Gallie
Public Library, 1521
Pineapple Ave., Mel-
bourne. (321) 255-1984.
Seabee Veterans of
America: Third Saturday,
11 a.m. Don's Famous
Hoagies, 784 S. Apollo
Blvd., Melbourne. (321)
725-0900.
Seaside Stitchers: First
Monday, 9 a.m. Lutheran
Church of the Redeemer,
corner of Babcock Street
and Avenue A, Melbourne.
(321)724-1421.
Square dancing club:
Second and third Satur-
day, 8-10 p.m. Satellite
Beach Civic Center, 565
Cassia Blvd., Satellite
Beach. Cost is $5. (321)
777-0997.


BREVARD SCHOOL BUS ROUTE
AND STOP INFORMATION (
North Area Transportation, Titusville 269-2055 L
Boundaries: State Rd. 528 north, including /
Port St. John, Titusville, Mims SCHOOL
CROSSiN(
Central Area Transportation, Cocoa 633-3690 .
Boundaries: Cocoa, Rockledge, Merritt Island,
Cocoa Beach, Viera
Mid-South Transportation, Melbourne 242-6497
Boundaries: Beachside, Pineda South including
Melbourne, Eau Gallie, Satellite Beach
South Area Transportation, l'MLI
South Melbourne 727-2070
Boundaries: 192 South to the county line
including Palm Bay, Micco, Valkaria, Barel.'. Bay_
Office of Transportation Services,
Cocoa 633-3681


School
From page B5
"The change thus elimi-
nates some bus routes and
28 bus driver positions."
The anticipated sav-
ings to the district oper-
ating fund is $1.121 mil-
lion, she said.
For a complete list of
changes in school times,
v i s i t ,
www. brevard. k2.fl. us.
Students throughout
Brevard will also see
some changes and
upgrades to their facili-
ties this school year.
Within the district's 10-
year facility improve-
ment plan, 108 school-
specific facility
improvement projects
were approved and have


either been successfully
completed or are in
progress, according to
the Brevard Public
Schools Web site,
www. brevard.kl2.fl. us.
The total approved
budget for these projects is
estimated at $544 million.
Preliminary planning,
design development, per-
mitting and construction
tasks have been initiated
for future work at Cocoa,
Eau Gallie and Rockledge
high schools.
"Our facilities are safe,
attractive, cost-efficient
and functional," said Ed
Curry, assistant superin-
tendent of BPS facilities
services. "We will continue
out efforts to complete
work that will extend the
useful life of our (school)
facilities and systems."


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BOULEVARD Mini
Storage intends to sell
the property below to
enforce a lien under FL
statues (section
83.801.83.809). Public
sale, cash only Date of
sale will be Monday
August 17th 2009 at
10:00 am sharp at 4355
Dow Road, Melbourne,
FL, 32934,321-259-0442;
Unit A-28 Tom Quinley,
TV, scrap metal and DVD
player Pubs: July 31, &
Aug 7, 2009

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CAREGIVER Care for
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yours. 24-hrs. Exp/ Refs.
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WE BEAT ALL
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Serving Brevard 23+ Yrs

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Campbell's Cooling &
Heating: Sales, Service &
Installation. 30 yrs Ex-
perience 321-288-9711


Sears
CENTRAL COOLING
Systems-Great Financing
Options available on
ENERGY STAR(R)
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DEAN'S MOBILE Detail-
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Where You Are! Est.
1992 321-543-5805


- Garage Sales -


Public sale notice is
hereby given that the
undersigned intends to
sell the personal property
described below under
the Florida Self Storage
Facility Act. Florida
Statute Section(s)
83.80183.908. The
undersigned will sell at
public sale by competitive
bidding starting at 2:00
pm Saturday August
15th, 2009 at Apollo
Storage 575 N. Apollo
Blvd. Melbourne 32935.
The units consisting of
household items. Robert
Lopez-Reyna Unit F06,
Richard Wehr Unit A22,
Misty Kelly Unit C26,
Shanteer Roper Unit J25,
Jacqueline Sampson Unit
CC42, Also, space
consisting of Boat/Trailer
Jeremy Brown Space
P16, All purchases are
sold as is. All purchases
must be paid in cash and
removed from the
remises by end of the
business day Pubs:July
31 ,& August 7, 2009
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A1A AUTO MARKET
Now offering repairs &
service. Master certified
ASE mechanics on duty
Free local pickup & de-
livery. Best prices
around. 321-777-1992




BUY DIRECT & SAVE.
Mini, Faux & Wood.
Prompt & Courteous Svc
Vertical Blind Manufac-
turer 321-213-5829




FREE! If We Can't Fix It!
Commercial Residential
321-549-0122 Lic/Ins
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AFFORDABLE
Always Pro Concrete &
Pavers. Great prices on
small projects. Very af-
fordable. Ref furnished.
Lic/Ins Omega Designs
321-302-5187
CONCRETE- Repairs or
replace,slabs, patios,pool
decks, additions, drive-
ways/sidewalks, free est.
Competitive Prices.
Call George, Krupption
Inc. 321-537-6443


DAVE'S CONCRETE
Small slabs Specialty.
Serving Brevard 30 Yrs.
Patio's, Driveways Side-
walks, Demolition. We
obtain permits as need-
ed. 321-794-3876


ED'S CONCRETE &
Stucco Inc Since 1984
Complete Masonry Serv-
ice. Lic/Ins 321-508-0797


Indialantic, Mosswood
Community off Riverside
Dr. Large family garage
sale Cross Melbourne
Causeway Left on River-
side Dr. Travel about 3/4
mile. Rt on Mosswood
Blvd (2nd sign entrance
to Mosswood) follow to
430. Sat Aug 1, 8am-1pm
ESTATE SALE
Sunnyland Beach
Fri July 31& Sat Aug 1
8am to 2pm
291 Nickomas Way
South on AIA through
Melbourne Beach 2 miles
past flashing yellow light.
3 BR suites, 3 sofas,
large desk, hutch, rugs,
oriental decor, table &
chairs, lift chair some
smalls. Cash only


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Place your ad in
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866-894-0442


INDIAN HARBOR BCH:
Sat 8/1 from 9-2 at 207
Micanopy Ct (N on S Pat-
rick Drive, E on Banana
River Dr, N on Wimico,
W on Timpoochee, S on
Micanopy) Tools and
much more!
MOVING SALE
MELBOURNE
SAT Aug 1st 8am-3pm
SUN Aug 2 8am to 1pm
1251 White Oak Circle
(Magnolia Lakes) furn,
tables, bedroom set. TV,
shop vac, small apple's

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TIMETO CLEAN UP?
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FOUNTAINHEAD
Memorial Park. Palm Bay
Cremation Garden.
Double cemetery niche's.
$3,000 772-663-1960
PALM BAY Fountain
Head Memorial Park,
Niche includes 6"x8"
bronze plate & Fidelity II
urn. $3500 607-844-3749
TITUSVILLE- Oak Lawn
Cemetary. Prestigious
Garden of Devotion. 2
lots with vaults valued at
$8000; will sacrifice for
$4000/obo 863-679-5279


ADOPTION 866-633-
0397 Unplanned Preg-
nancy? Provide your
baby with a loving, fi-
nancially secure family.
Living/ Medical/Coun-
seling expenses paid.
Social worker on staff.
Call compassionate At-
torney Lauren Feingold
(FL Bar # 0958107) 24/7



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FONAL SERVICE GUIDE


GARAGE DOOR
& OPENER REPAIR.
No service charge.Locally
owned & operated, call
Chris for a FREE
estimate: 321-474-2558




A.J.'s FENCING Unbeat-
able prices! I do it all
from A-Z! (Lic#FE120)772-
633-8543; 321-953-1980
Wade's Handyman Svc
Home Maintenance Spe-
cialist. Free Estimates.
Lic 321-266-4407



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Buy Soma, Ultram, Fiori-
cet, Prozac, Buspar,
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$107 for 180 Qty Price
Includes Prescription!
We will match any com-
petitor's price! 866-601
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Essential Home Repairs
All Types. Dependable,
Quality Work. Repairs,
Remodel. 20 Years Exp.
321-684-1926



HUBBY FOR HIRE!
Home repairs, carpentry,
painting, property maint.
kitchen/bath remodeling,
bush hogging, 35yrs exp.
Lic/Ins. (PT238 /FR206)
Call Mark 321-508-2375



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LANDSCAPING, CLEAN
UPS, monthly trimming,
weeding. Free estimates.
Call 321-446-4131


SPECIAL
25% OFF First 2 Months
Starting at $60 Month
Trimming, Mulch, Sod
Landscaping, Cleanups
321-409-9300 Lic/Ins
C+C PROPERTY MAINT
Lawn care, handyman
svcs & debris removal.
Lic/ins, comm/res. Free
estimates. 321-576-8857
EVERGREEN LAWNS-
CAPING Reliable & Af-
fordable. Res/Comm
321-768-1906

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& Landscaping.
Your Total
Lawn Care Service
Residential
Commercial
Dependable &
Professional.
Monthly or 1 time cuts.
Clean Ups, Rock, c
Mulching & more.
Lic. & Ins.



PAUL LANDON LAWN
SVC $25 cut, Pressure
washing, weed eat, edge,
cleanup, tree trim. Call
321-722-9467; 615-7387










Stump Grinding/Removal
* Monthly or 1 Time Clean Ups
* Residential/Commercial
* Licensed/Insured
321-863-5586
Free Estimates-Serving
Brevard for 16 yrs.


Over 20+ years Experience
WE DO IT RIGHT
THE 1ST TIME!
Lawn Service
Shrub Maintenance
Landscape Maint.
Landscape Design
Weeds
General Cleanup
Res. & Comm.






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Martin County
thru
Ormond Beach
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ADOPTION 888-812-
3678 Living Expenses
paid. Choose a Loving,
Financially Secure fami-
ly for your child. Caring
& Confidential. (24
hours/ 7 days), Attorney
Amy Hickman, (Lic#
832340)
SURROGATE MOMS
Needed! $18,000
Compensation. Healthy,
non-smoking females,
21-37, height / weight
proportionate, gave birth
w/ no complications, no
criminal background, w/
private health insurance.
Confidential. 941-741-
4994; www.openarms
consultants.com


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Highest Payouts Satis-
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543-5047
OLD GUITARS Wanted!
Fender, Gibson, Gretsch,
Martin,D'Angelico, Strom-
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Mosrite. Gibson Mando-
lins/ Banjos. 1930's thru
1970's Top Cash Paid!
These brands only
please. 800-401-0440


ABORTION NOT an Op-
tion? Consider Adoption.
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Expenses Paid. Loving
Financially Secure Fami-
lies Await. 877-341-1309
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TJ MORGAN
LOCKSMITH
24 HR SERVICE
10 years best prices!
All makes and models+
transponder keys. Res/
Comm. All credit cards
accepted. FREE service
for children locked in car!
Lic/Ins. 321-288-9936




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Starting at $65 *1 Signa-
ture Divorce, *Missing
Spouse Divorce "We
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705-7221 Since 1992.

CREDIT REPAIR. We
Legally remove bad credit
to help raise credit
scores. Members BBB.
888-687-1300

LLC $139 w/ Free Sin-
gle Member Operating
Agreement Corporation
$80.95 Includes State,
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rate Kit, Attorney Nick
Spradlin, Tampa, Jack-
sonville, WPB, Bro-
ward, Miami, 877-845-
0621 www.nickspra-
dlin.com

NEW ADT customers-
Free Home Security Sys-
tem! ADT 24/7 Monitor-
ing starting at just
$35.99/ mo. $99 Install
Fee. Call Now! (866)
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WANTED DIABETES
Test Strips: Any Kind/Any
Brand. Unexpired. Pay up
to $16 per Box. Shipping
Paid. Call 713-395-1106
or 832-620-4497 ext.11
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.com
WANTED JUNK CARS
Running or not $150 &
up. We pay cash! 24-hrs.
Call 321-631-0111






ANTIQUES: China Cabi-
net hutch late 1800's
$300obo, dressers $75
ea. side table $40. All
walnut 321-953-3218



STOVE GE 30" electric.
stainless steel. Black
glass top. Warmer burner
Perfect cond. Like new.
$525. 321-636-8875
WASHER/DRYER Com-
bo: White, Heavy Duty,
Whirlpool, Stackable,
220v, Like New! Only
$300/obo. 321-369-9211





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AFFORDABLE
Always Pro Pavers &
Concrete. Great prices
on small projects. Very
affordable. Ref furnished.
Lic/Ins Omega Designs
321-302-5187



SENIOR DISCOUNTS
Affordable rates. Lic/Ins
321-704-7748 Res/Com
BlueWavePressureWash
.com




METAL ROOFING SPE-
CIALS, Sean-Tor Roof-
ing. Manufacturer & In-
staller of 5-V, Decra,
Shingles, Standing Seam
& More. 866-381-3325
METAL ROOFING TAX
CREDIT! 40 yr Warranty
Direct from manufacturer.
30 colors in stock Quick
turnaround. Delivery
available. Gulf Coast
Supply & Manufacturing,
1-888-393-0335
www. gulfcoastsupply.com


Absolute Auction! 214+
/- acre farm, house. Pike
County near Troy Alaba-
ma. Offered in parcels,
combinations and/or en-
tirety. August 13, 1:00
www.gtauctions.com
800-996-2877. Granger,
Thagard and Associates,
Inc. Jack F Granger
#873.



"HOMETOWN NEWS**
Place your classified ad
in the Hometown News!
Do not be fooled we are
your local community
newspaper We are not
a shopper!
AB- DOER, Extreme, like
new, exercise machine,
$50, 321-254-6025
AIR COMPRESSOR,
Campbell, hausfeld, 1/2
hp, 100 psi, 50' air hose,
$170, 321-725-7848
AIR PURIFIER: Ionic Pro
Excellent condition. Only
$65 obo 321-723-5534
So Brevard
ALARM, POOL SOS,
safety immersion alarm
for child safety, floats,
$25, 321-452-2183


Need a ROOF?
Got A Leak? No job too
big or small. All Pro Flor-
ida Roofing. Lic 1327183
321-288-0925
ROOF REPAIRS BY
MILLER ROOFING CO.
Roofing in Brevard since
1977. We repair tile,
shingles, metal and flat
roofs. Call today for your
free estimate!
321-725-0981 Licensed
& Insured Lic# RC285
ROOF REPAIRS Call 24/
7 Flat Roof & Mobile
Home Specialist. Free
Certified Inspections. Lic/
Ins CCC1327406. All
Florida Weatherproofing
& Construction 877-572
-1019
ROOFING EXPERTS
100% Financing, Free
Estimates. We Finance
Almost Everyone Re-
roof, Repairs, 30yrs
Experience, Home Im-
provement Services
Toll-Free 877-845-6660,
727-530-0412 State Cer-
tified (Lic# CCC058227)




*REDUCE YOUR Cable
Bill!*- Get a 4-room, all
digital satellite system
installed for FREE & Pro-
?ramming starting under
20. Free Digital Video
Recorders to new callers.
So call now, 1-800-795-
3579


ANTIQUE CHEST- 5
drawer's, $125 obo,
772-664-7115 IR
ARM SAW, craftsman
radial arm saw 8 1/4
w/stand on wheels $25
321-951-9092 SoBrev
AVON COLLECTIBLES
variety of items. $10 & up
each. 321-725-5184
BALLS, GOLF, used,
Nike, callaway, nice, $8
per dozen, 321-676-1404
BED, SLEIGH, head, foot
board, rails, queen size,
beautiful, $80 great deal,
321-327-8409 SoBrev
BEDLINER, for Truck,
fits 82-93 chevy S-10 &
Sanoma S-15's w/ 6' bed,
$50, 321-266-3553
BEDROOM SET, childs,
twin bed with mattress,
bunkie board, all wood,
$150, 321-422-4282
MOR


SWIM SPA- Factory
Clearance Loaded
$17,500, must sacrifice
$9,500. Also Hottub list
$4,500, must sell $2,195.
Can Deliver. Call
800-304-9943 Warranty



JENKINS PROPERTY
MAINTENANCE
Tree trimming/removal,
stump grinding + hauling.
Senior discount. Lic/ins.
Free Est. 321-728-1558



* Tree Removal
* Tree & Shrub Trimming
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Home 321-984-4220
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BEDSPREAD, KING,
incl: 2 pillow shams, cus-
tom cornice for 6ft win-
dow, $200 321-255-6893
BICYCLE, Baja mini
Bike, 2.8hp, mint condi-
tion w/ manual & tool kit
$200, 321-728-3867
BIKE in excellent
condition. $125. Call
321-729-0730 (palm bay)
BIRDCAGE 5' tall. For
large parrot, good
condition, new paint $125
obo. 321-784-0805Cape
BISTRO SET, 3 piece,
$20, love seat hide a
bed, $50, 321-254-1768
CABINET, KITCHEN, off
white, upper and lower, 6'
long, butcher block, good
cond, $100 321-750-8010
CAGE & stand alone
playpen on top, for Par-
rot, large wrought iron
$50 each 321-268-1156
CANOE, SEA Eagle,
330, with equipment,
heavy duty, 23 miles K80,
$125, 321-267-7187
CAR SEAT, Cosco, high
back, 22-80 pounds,
used 1 week, $25
321-676-3322 SoBrev
CHAIR, for office, leath-
er, Computer desk with
file drawer, like new,
$100 obo, 321-267-1273
CHAIR, MASSAGING,
$50, Elliptical bike, $30,
foot & neck massager,
$20, 321-446-7743
CHAIRS, PARSON,
black, set of 4, $200,
321-917-9458 SoBrev
CHINA, 8 place settings,
plus extra pieces, over 50
years old, great gift,
$150, 321-956-6800
COMP. DESK w/hutch
file cabinets, solid honey
oak, paid $2000, sacrifice
$200. 321-631-4998
COMPUTER, w/ monitor,
speakers, keyboard,
mouse, internet ready,
$100, 321-728-9003


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DOG, female, 1 year old,
very sweet, great w/ kids
& other dogs, Red Nose
pit, FREE, 321-724-2654


Cashmere Academy of
Pet Grooming- 25%OFF
Student groomed cuts.
All cuts supervised by
certified master
instructor. 321-984-5166


CRIB SET, Tiddliwinks
Safari, smoke free, 18
pcs, basket, hamper etc,
$150, 321-259-2008
CRIB, PORTABLE, $25
includes travel bag,
321-984-5279 SoBrev
DINETTE SET, 4 chairs,
2 matching bar stools,
24" on casters, table w/
leaf, $175, 321-639-8386
DINING ROOM chairs (4)
contemporary fabric with
chair covers. $75
321-952-4004
DIVIDERS, Business
Patrisian, 2, maroon sep-
arators, $50 each obo,
321-604-5815 SoBrev
DOLLS, big box of Rag-
gedyy Anne & Andy, buy-
er takes all $100
321-268-3866
DOOR, SCREEN, Anti-
que, 1890 PO, Ind Rvr,
old store style cypress,
$120, 321-305-0399
DOORS, SHOWER, all
track included, very good
cond, $80, medicine cabi-
net $35 321-269-3750
DRESSER, TRIPLE, with
mirror, queen size bed
and chest, off white, $135
321-779-0636 SoBrev
DRYER, Frigidaire, front
loader, 4 cycle, 4 temps,
press saver, $100,
321-727-8947 SoBrev
DUMP TRAILER 2000lbs
4 x 10 bed with sides.
Needs tires & deck.
$150. 321-795-9158
EXERCISE BIKE, Bionic,
like new, $95, brass cof-
fee table oblong shape,
$95, 321-453-0408
EXERCISE Equipment,
Body Solid Pec Fly GP
M65, $175,
321-752-4753 SoBrev
EXERCISE MACHINE,
Malibu Pilates, new,
$100, 321-676-5847 So-
Brev


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DOG TRAINING
Classes start 8/18. Puppy
to advanced. Lowest
rates. www.IRDTC.org for
schedule. 321-722-1222
Tell 'em you saw it in
HOMETOWN NEWS
CLASSIFIED!
866-894-0442


EXERCISER, The Bean,
From the home shopping
network never used $25
321-454-2518 NoBrev
FAX, COPIER, printer,
Brother's, like new, $125,
321-506-2240 SoBrev
FILING CABINET 4
drawer, $30 firm. Com-
puter monitor $20.
321-474-4281
FRIGIDAIRE FREEZER,
10 cubic feet, clean,
$100, works like new,
321-956-8709 SoBrev
GLASSES, 8 vintage
water glasses, weighted
bottoms, w/gold trim $20
321-723-1160 SoBrev
GOLF CLUB SETS 2,
w/carriers, color blue,
incl-balls, tees, ball carri-
ers $20 321-724-9077
GOLF CLUBS w/ bag &
cart, PGA matched set, 4
woods, 9 irons $199 obo
321-779-3336 SoBrev
GOLF CLUBS- 2 sets
$60/$80 New, Large Tent
$35, Hammond Organ
$25 321-254-9609
GUITAR, BURWOOD
Acoustic. Like new.
Come play a tune $95
321-777-2902 CenBrev
HEAD BOARD, king
size, dark wood spindle,
old ethan allen, $50 mir-
ror, $20, 321-848-4110
JOINTER/ PLANER,
Sears, 6 1/8", cast iron
on casters, $200,
772-597-1947 MC
JUICER, Electric, Black&
Decker, excellent condi-
tion, $15, coffee maker, 4
cups, $15, 321-777-2995
LAP TOP, good condi-
tion, bought in 2004,
about 5 years old, $200,
321-728-2631 SoBrev
LATHE, 36", craftsman,
woodworking, $50,
321-773-6456 SoBrev
LUGGAGE RACK, for
sports car, chrome, never
installed, $30,
321-253-2629 SB
MIXER, STAND, Kitchen
Aide, white, excellent
condition, $95,
321-984-8290 SoBrev
MOWER, POWER, 21"
$60, stroller, 2 seater,
good condition, $50
321-480-7992 SoBrev
ORECK VACUUM, $50,
works great, professional
steamer, $40,
321-726-6349 SoBrev
PAVERS, 49 12x12, red,
$0.79 each, Patio table
set, 2 chairs, white, $45,
321-773-5807 SoBrev


PLANE, PIPER cub,
R/C, w/ 2 engines and all
electronics exc cond,
$200, 321-223-7298
QUILTS, 3, handmade,
Queen size, new, call af-
ter 6 pm, $175,
321-684-0184
RAMP, TRUCK, for mo-
torcycle, ATV or tractor,
$55, 321-952-9497
RAPTOR, Yamaha, pow-
er wheels, great cond,
battery in excellent cond,
$100, 321-327-2658
RECLINER/ ROCKER,
laze-boy, dark green, in
great shape $200 obo
321-676-5921 SoBrev
RECLINERS: (2) Red,
Microfiber. Good shape
but need cleaning. $50
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