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Vol. 6, No. 8 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsL.com Friday, September 18, 2009
Vol. 6, No. 8 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, September 18, 2009


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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 news.aol.com:
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expression not unlike the
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have broken the world
record as the most expensive
dog, The Times of London
reported. A Chinese woman
paid $582,135 for the pricey
canine, far surpassing the
$155,000 reportedly doled
out by a Florida family earlier
this year for a Labrador
named Lancelot Encore.
From
See WEIRD, A5


Budget


vote


set for


Sept. 22
By Tony Judnich
Judnich@hometownnewsol.com
VIERA The Brevard
County Commission plans
to vote Sept. 22 on
whether to adopt the
county's proposed fiscal
2010 budget and tax rate.
The budget totals
almost $1.1 billion and the
tentative aggregate operat-
ing tax rate is $5.47 per
$1,000 of assessed value. A
majority of the commis-
sion gave preliminary
approval to these items
during the Sept. 8 public
hearing.
Fiscal 2010 starts Oct. 1.
Overall, the tentative
budget is $100 million less
than the current one and
calls for the elimination of
almost 200 positions.
Some residents at the
Sept. 8 meeting encour-
aged even more budget
reductions. Suggestions
included not paying for
improvements to the
South Mainland Service
Complex in Palm Bay and
Space Coast Stadium in
Viera.
District 4 Commissioner
Mary Bolin, whose district
includes Viera, said stadi-
um improvements are
paid for with tourist tax
money, not taxes paid by
county residents.
"We are very frugal with
the money we spend" on
stadium upgrades, she
said.
Commissioners seemed
to agree, however, that the
overall process of forming
the annual budget needs
some tweaking.
But, "at the end of the
day, we haven't raised the
tax rate and we've cut the
size and scope of govern-
ment" for the upcoming
year, District 5 Commis-
sioner Andy Anderson
said.
The final budget hearing
is scheduled for 5:30 p.m.
Sept. 22. It will take place
in the Commission Room
in Building C at the county
Government Center, 2725
Judge Fran JamiesonWay.


County studying


parking meters for


beaches, boat ramps


By Tony Judnich
Judnich@hometownnewsol.com


People who never visit the beaches
or boat ramps in unincorporated Bre-
vard County should not have to pay
for them, says District 3 County Com-
missioner Trudie Infantini.
It makes sense, however, to charge
beach and boat-ramp users a fee, she
said in early August.
"I'm just trying to keep the county


fiscally solvent so we
can continue to have
these services," said
Mrs. Infantini, whose
district covers the
southeast part of the couni\. in Ii I -
ing the beaches from Sebastian Inlet
to just north of U.S. 192 in Melbourne.
"Currently, the south area parks
budget is used to support the beach
parks in the south (Brevard) commu-
nity," she said. "But (south county res-


Melbourne Police Officer Jim O'Byrne prints a ticket at his police car while
river pulled over for speeding in a school zone.


idclntl
are not necessarily the
primary beach users. Oftentimes, you
have people from out of town using
them."
See METERS, A4


Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
Officer Ken Favero talks to another


Grant provides MPD with new lasers


Department purchases
12 laser devices with money


By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
When you're out driving
in Melbourne this month,
be sure to watch your
speed. If you don't, Mel-
bourne police officers will.
An ongoing program
that has been successful in
reducing the number of
vehicle accidents in the
city is entering a new


phase with the assistance
of a $24,000 grant from the
Florida Department of
Transportation.
Operation Slow Down is
credited with reducing the
number of auto accidents
in Melbourne by an aver-
age of 12 percent in each
of the last two years. Acci-
dents have consistently
decreased from 3,570 in
2006, to 3,443 in 2007 and


3,028 in 2008.
The new operation seeks
to reduce crashes at five
high-risk intersections by
at least 5 percent, said Sgt.
Sean Riordan with Mel-
bourne Police Depart-
ment.
Those intersections
include Babcock Street
and New Haven Avenue,
U.S. 1 and Eau Gallie
Boulevard, Post and Wick-
ham roads, Eau Gallie
Boulevard and Wickham
Road and Sarno and Wick-
ham roads.


"Wickham Road is the
highest crash corridor in
our city, and Sarno and
Wickham is consistently
one of the highest crash
intersections," Sgt. Rior-
dan said. "We're going to
be stepping up our
enforcement over the next
30 days."
The department pur-
chased 12 new laser
devices with the grant
funds from FDOT. These
lasers, which monitor
See LASERS, A2


Golf clinics scheduled for disabled


Check out the culture in
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By Tony Judnich
Judnich@hometownnewsol.com
VIERA The folks at
Viera East Golf Course
want to say "thank you" to
many of those who have
served our country in the
armed forces.
They have scheduled
four free instructional golf
clinics for disabled veter-
ans. The clinics will be con-
ducted at the golf course,
2300 Clubhouse Drive,
from 10 a.m. to noon Oct. 3
and 17, Nov. 7 and Dec. 5. A
free lunch will be provided
to the vets at noon.
The clinics "will pay back
our vets in some small
way," said Bob Johnson,
general manager of the
par-72 Viera East Golf
Course, which opened in
1994.
Veterans will be instruct-
ed on "whatever they need"
to enjoy golf, he said. "We'll
go over basic fundamen-
tals, such as how to drive
the ball, short iron play,
everything. If they have


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Viera East Golf Course will host golf clinics for disabled
veterans in October, November and December.


played golf in the past, we
can help them learn some
new things about their golf
game."
Several professionals,
including the golf course's
head golf pro, Justin Was-
son, will lead the clinics.
Veterans with any level of
golf skill and any type of
disability are invited to par-
ticipate, Mr. Wasson said.


Registration tables will
open at 9 a.m. at the course
on the day of each clinic.
Coffee and pastries will be
served at this time.
Another special treat
might be provided by for-
mer Major League Baseball
All-Star Ken Griffey Sr. He
plans to give an inspira-
See CLINICS, A2


BCC to host ninth

annual Veterans

Conference Sept. 23


By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
There's no question that
most military veterans
share a common bond.
Thanks to an annual pro-
gram at Brevard Commu-
nity College, that bond
extends to the business
community.
BCC's Florida Small
Business Development
Center and the Veterans
Business Outreach Center
will host the ninth annual
Veterans Conference from
8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednes-
day, Sept. 23, at the
Maxwell C. King Center for
the Performing Arts, 3865
N. Wickham Road in Mel-
bourne.
The event is designed to
provide veteran entrepre-
neurs the opportunity to
network, said Vicky Peake,


director of BCC's Small
Business Development
Center.
"This conference was
founded in response to ini-
tiatives statewide by the
Florida Small Business
Development Center net-
work, which historically
has specific focus areas,"
Ms. Peake said. "In Bre-
vard, we have a unique sit-
uation. We have a small
group of small business
advocates who work tire-
lessly to support veterans
and veteran-owned busi-
nesses. We felt we would
like to undertake this ini-
tiative because we are geo-
graphically close to NASA
and Patrick Air Force
Base."
The conference begins
with registration and
See CONFERENCE, A4


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Surfing event for
Autistic children
Surfers For Autism will be
in Cocoa Beach Sept. 19 at 8
a.m. at Lori Wilson Park,
1500 Atlantic Ave.
The group supplies quali-
fied instructors to guide
children into the waves and
take them surfing for the
day under the watchful eye
of parents and beachgoers.
There will be face paint-
ing and many other family-
friendly activities. Food and
drinks will be provided at
no charge to families with a
registered surfer.
Florida Parenting Maga-
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Healthy Start race,
celebration dinner
On Friday, Sept. 18 and


Saturday, Sept. 19 the
Healthy Start Coalition will
be hosting ten teams of two
who will race through the
streets of Brevard to raise
awareness of Healthy Start
and local businesses and
social service agencies, while
raising money for the moms
and babies of Brevard.
The teams will work
together to find clues, per-
form challenges and support
the community to then finish
the race at the celebration
dinner at 5:30 p.m., Saturday,
Sept. 19 at Radisson Resort in
Port Canaveral, 8701 Astro-
naut Blvd., Cape Canaveral.
Tickers are $50 and $450 for a
10-person table. Food, live
music and a silent and live
auction.
For information an to
reserve, call (321) 634-6101 or
e-mail lsmith@healthystart-
brevard.com.

Weekend Warriors
Surf Festival
The 17th Annual Doctors &
Lawyers Weekend Warriors
Surf Festival will be at Sebast-


ian Inlet Friday Sept. 18 and
Saturday, Sept. 19.
The annual festival benefits
children's charities in Brevard
County with the prime bene-
ficiary being the Boys and
Girls Clubs of Brevard this
year.
On Friday, Bill McMillan,
the contest director, will have
the "practice heats" available.
The judging will start on Sat-
urday at 8 a.m. To compete in
the championship you must
be over 30 and have, or had, a
job.
A surf party with music will
be at Cafe Surfinista, 222,
First Street North, Cocoa
Beach from 6-9 p.m. Cost of
dinner is $15 and $10 for chil-
dren 12 years and younger.
For information, call (321)
727-8100 or visit kirschen-
baumaDqray-robinson.com.

Veterans conference
Applications are now
accepted for exhibits that will
feature veteran-owned busi-
nesses and businesses offer-
ing services to veterans, at the
Brevard Community College
9th Annual Veterans Confer-


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Teacher named
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my Leadership Award at the
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See NOTES, A4


Community notes


Clinics
From page Al
tional talk at each clinic, Mr.
Johnson said.
Mr. Griffey is the commis-


Lasers
From page Al
speed, are much lighter and
more compact than the
department's old devices,
and the new equipment
runs on standard AA batter-
ies. The old equipment was
powered by batteries that
cost roughly $100 each, Sgt.
Riordan said, so the mainte-
nance cost alone will
decrease thanks to the pur-
chase of modern technolo-
gy.
Officers began a 30-day
increased enforcement peri-
od Sept. 14, designed to
remind residents to slow
down and to allow members
of Melbourne Police Depart-
ment's 10-member Selective
Traffic Enforcement Unit to
gather data, which will help
them determine whether the
30-day enforcement period
has contributed to an average
speed slowdown.
Sgt. Riordan said his unit
has targeted high-risk inter-
sections as a means to reduce
speeding and auto accidents
citywide.
"Because the city is so large,
we can't cover it as a whole,"
he said, adding that seven
traffic enforcement officers
attempt to police a daytime


sioner of the new Florida
Winter Baseball League. The
league includes the Space
Coast Surge, which plays its
first game Oct. 30 at Cocoa
Expo Stadium.
Rob Dale, who sits on the
board of supervisors for the
Viera East Community
Development District, is the
chair of the golf clinics for
disabled vets. The district
owns and operates the Viera
East Golf Course.
The district's supervisors
will cook lunch for the vets
after the clinics, with assis-
tance from members of the
Viera Woman's Club.
Local physical therapist
Suzy Turner will volunteer
her services at the clinics,
which are supported by
these sponsors: Coca Cola,
Sysco, Space Coast Sports,
Bridgestone Golf, Hor-
nungs, Florida Winter Base-
ball League, Space Coast
Surge, The Sign Man and
Sam's Club in Cocoa.
On the days the clinics are
conducted, all veterans -
disabled and non-disabled -
will be able to enjoy a round
of golf for $25, which is a $20
savings off the usual rate for
October.
In addition, any active
duty military member can
enjoy a 15 percent discount
on golf rates any day at the
course.
Early registration for the
clinics is available by calling
the golf course at (321) 639-
6500.
The course's Web site is
www.vieragolf.com.


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Home for neglected children hosts opening


By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.com
Kim Frodge of Palm Bay is
living proof that dreams real-
ly do come true.
For the past several years,
she has devoted all of her
time to establishing a non-
profit private Christian
home called Nana's House,
which will serve as its name
represents neglected,
abused, needy and aban-
doned children throughout
Brevard.
"I used to wake up in the
middle of the night and have
dreams about this place,"
she said. "Eventually, I
reached a place in my life
where my husband and I
realized it was time to do
this."
And, while the concept
was all hers, Mrs. Frodge
could never have come so far
without the immense sup-
port from the local commu-
nity.
Nearly everything in the
home, from the appliances
and towels to the beds and
playground equipment, was
donated from various busi-
nesses, organizations and
individuals.
What started out as a run-
down, foreclosed Palm Bay
home with bad plumbing, a
damaged roof and old floor-
ing was transformed into a
beautiful four-bedroom
home with all new appli-
ances, flooring, plumbing
and colorful murals on the
walls.
"Since the very beginning,
I have just been over-
whelmed with how much the
community has embraced
this project," Mrs. Frodge
said. "Even during these
tough times, people found a
way to help out."
On Sept. 26, Mrs. Frodge


and her team will have the
opportunity to thank all of
these contributors and wel-
come new ones during the
ribbon-cutting and grand
opening of Nana's House.
While the facility received
its certificate of occupancy, it
is still waiting on some final
paperwork from the state
before the children can be
selected.
Zoned Residential-3,
Nana's House has all the
amenities of a real home,
including a fully equipped
kitchen, outdoor play area,
homework and counseling
room, and large living space
that will house as many as
five children at one time.
The children, from infants
to age 18, will be referred by
the community and cared for
24-7 by two volunteer house
parents, who will live in the
1,800-square-foot home and
receive a constant flow of
donations from the commu-
nity.
The children will attend
school, be involved in vari-


ous sports and activities, and
lead healthy, productive
lives, Mrs. Frodge said.
As a private organization,
Nana's House will not receive
state or federal funding and
must operate solely on dona-
tions and fundraising events.
On Sept. 18, local support-
ers will host a garage sale
from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 262
Nabble St. N.W, Palm Bay, to
raise funds for the organiza-
tion.
In addition, Nana's House
is gearing up to host its sec-
ond annual 5K Run/Walk-a-
thon Oct. 10 at Front Street
Parkin Melbourne.
The event will feature live
music, fresh fruit, face paint-
ing, chair massages and
snacks courtesy of the Indi-
alantic Fire Department.
Prize packages will be
given to the top three partici-
pants who raise the most in
pledges and the participant
who gets the most walkers to
register for the event.
Last year, the event fea-
tured more than 260 partici-


Palm Bay resident
Kim Frodge is the
creator and president
of Nana's House, a
nonprofit private
Christian children's
home. The grand
opening of the facility
is scheduled for
Sept. 26.






Paul Lepinskie
staff photographer
pants and raised more than
$22,000 for the organization.
"I'll be pleased with what-
ever we raise this year," Mrs.
Frodge said. "We're just leav-
ing it up the community.
This has been a truly amaz-
ing journey, and I only have
them to thank."
For information about the
grand opening, call Kim
Frodge at (321) 266-3829.
The 5K run/walk-a-thon
will be Oct. 10 from 8 a.m. to
noon at Front Street Park in
Melbourne. For information,
or to download pledge or
registration forms, visit
www.nanaschildrenshome.c
om.
Nana's House is still in
need of:
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dining room set that
seats eight
rocking chairs
bookshelves
toybox
towels
four acres of land to build
a larger community to house
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Corrections


The Sept. 4 article titled "Cocoa Beach: The quintessen-
tial beach town" contained an error.
Tony Sasso is actually a former state representative, D-
Cocoa Beach.
* In the Sept. 11 story titled, "Passions run high at health


care meeting," a photo caption incorrectly identified Bill
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academy development. This
money and the success of her
efforts made impossible for four
Academies to fund their year of
planning with the National
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more than 500 career acade-
mies across the United States.
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school students to career
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Program names new
intern and VP

The Reality Check Program
recently hired the founder of
Florida Drug Screening, Joe
Reilly as vice president and 16-
year -old Dillon Kennedy for
the summer Internship Acade-
myProgram.
Mr. Reilly moved to Brevard
County in 1982 and received a
bachelor's in science degree
from Manhattan College. He
also serves on the board of
directors of the Melbourne-
Palm Bay Area Chamber of
Commerce and is the presi-
dent of the Rotary Club of
Palm Bay.
Dillon Kennedy is one of 75
students enrolled in the acade-
my and will be entering this fall
his senior year at Melbourne
High School. Mr. Kennedy will
be performing administrative
and computer related duties at
Reality Check
The internship measures
the student's work ethic in a
professional environment. To
obtain the internship students
go through a placement inter-
view with the academy direc-
tor and a chamber representa-
tive.
For information, call (321)
327-2921 or e-mail info@reali-
tycheckprogram.org.


Student named

William Swalchick of Mel-
bourne was recently named to
the 2009 spring semester Dean's
List at the Villanova University's
College of Engineering.
To qualify for the Dean's List
in the College of Engineering,
students must be a registered
full-time and earn a semester
GPAof 3.25.
Villanova University a co-
educational Roman Catholic
institution in Pennsylvania was
founded by the Order of Saint
Augustine in 1842.
For information, call (610)
519-7357 or visit www.villano-
va.edu.

Students graduate

The following students
recently graduated from Emory
University in Atlanta:
Dylan Jones of Melboume,
son of Dr. Jeffrey Barton Jones
and Bonnie BechtelJones
Lauren Suarez of Mel-
bourne
Emory University is perenni-
ally ranked as one of the coun-
try's top 20 national universities
by U.S. News &World Report.
For information, visit
www.emory.edu.

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breakfast at 8 a.m. and a
welcome and recognition
ceremony at 8:30 a.m.
Carol Craig, a former U.S.
Navy pilot, service-dis-
abled veteran and presi-
dent of Craig Technologies
Inc., is scheduled to pres-
ent the keynote address at
8:45 a.m.
Following Ms. Craig's
speech, attendees will
have an opportunity to
network and view exhibits
before a panel discussion
at 9:45 a.m. titled "Success
with Government Con-
tracting & Veteran Initia-
tives," moderated by Neil
Mullins of DRS Tactical.
Representatives from
American Service Tech-
nologies, American Busi-
ness Interiors and Luke &
Associates will be avail-
able to answer audience
members' questions.
Another panel discus-
sion, called Veteran Busi-
ness Resources, follows at
10:30 a.m., with represen-
tatives from the Center for
Veteran Enterprises in
Washington, D.C., the Vet-
erans Business Outreach
Center and the U.S. Small
Business Administration.
Ms. Peake said veteran
entrepreneurs will have
the opportunity to speak
with other veteran busi-
ness owners who have
been successful in obtain-
ing government contract-
ing during the Govern-
ment Contracting Panel,
which will include repre-


Meters
From page Al
Just like the people
who play on golf courses,
beachgoers and boat-
ramp users should pay a
fee to help maintain the
facilities they use, Mrs.
Infantini said.
"A lot of retired people,
they won't use boat
ramps, and others won't
go to the beach," she
said.
At the prompting of
Mrs. Infantini and Dis-
trict 5 Commissioner
Andy Anderson and
with the support of the
other three commission-
ers county staff is
studying the possible use
of parking meters at the
county's 12 beach parks,
as well as at it 23 ramps
that are used by motor-
ized boats.
Fiscal 2010 starts Oct.
1. The county Parks and
Recreation Department
is facing an almost 20
percent decrease in its
tentative fiscal 2010
operating budget com-
pared to the existing
budget. Also, the depart-
ment could lose 48 posi-
tions 31 that are filled
positions and 17 that are
vacant in the new
budget.


sentatives from Boeing,
United Space Alliance,
Patrick Air Force Base,
NASA/Kennedy Space
Center and DRS Tactical.
"(This panel will
include) small business
liaison officers and veter-
an-owned business advo-
cates who will share their
expertise on government
contracting," Ms. Peake
said.
The event is sponsored
by the Economic Develop-
ment Commission of
Florida's Space Coast, The
Boeing Company, United
Space Alliance, DRS Tacti-
cal and the Veterans Busi-
ness Outreach Center.
Ms. Peake said the con-
ference is an ideal venue
for veteran entrepreneurs
to connect with other suc-
cessful veteran business
owners.
"I really encourage (vet-
erans) to come, because
this is a once-a-year, one-
of-a-kind event that pro-
vides an opportunity for
information, contacts and
business and market plan-
ning right in their back-
yards."
The cost for the confer-
ence is $55 per person,
which includes breakfast,
materials and voucher for
a hot dog and soda or ice
cream cone from Mr. J's
Ice Cream and More,
another veteran-owned
business.
For more information,
or to purchase tickets, call
Sandy Pfrimmer at (321)
433-5570 or e-mail her at
pfrimmers@brevardcc.ed
u.


Parking meters in
recreation areas are "rev-
enue generators" for
some cities and could
earn money for the
county as well, parks and
recreation department
director Don Lusk said in
early August.
He hopes to have the
parking meter study
completed within the
next three months.
"We have to find out
the cost of capital, the
cost of enforcement and
collection and the return
on the investment," Mr.
Lusk said.
According to informa-
tion requested by Mrs.
Infantini, the town of
Indialantic has about
440 parking meters,
which cost a total of
about $154,000.
Each meter charges 75
cents per hour. Annually,
Indialantic receives
about $252,000 in meter
revenue and $58,000 in
meter fines and pays
about $23,000 in expens-
es, not including labor
costs. The town's part-
time meter readers make
the minimum wage or
more.
Mrs. Infantini said if
the county installs park-
ing meters at its beaches,
it could offer resident
beachgoers annual park-
ing decals, which in the
long run could be more
affordable than having
to pay the meters.
Grant money was used
to help pay for building
some of the county's
boat ramps, however,
and the grant agree-
ments call for any user
fees to be equal among
all ramp users, Mrs.
Infantini said.






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

Richard Alfred Bandi-
ni, 46, of 603 Hibiscus
Trail, Melbourne Beach,
was charged Sept. 5 with
possession of cocaine
with intent to sell, posses-
sion of drug parapherna-
lia, disorderly conduct,
resisting arrest without
violence and possession
of cocaine.
Frank Joseph Chara-
mut, 19, of 2240 Planta-
tion Drive, Melbourne,
was charged Sept. 5 with
fleeing/eluding a police
officer, resisting arrest
without violence and vio-
lation of probation.
Matthew O. Fuentes,
18, of 2141 Royal Poin-
ciana Blvd., Melbourne,
was charged Sept. 6 with
possession of marijuana,
possession of drug para-
phernalia and possession
of marijuana with intent
to sell.
Mark A. Hall, 20, of 541
Palmetto Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
6 with possession of mari-
juana, possession of mari-
juana with intent to sell
and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
William Shawn Hut-
ton, 35, of 750 Carolin St.,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 6 with fleeing/elud-
ing a police officer, driv-
ing while license suspend-
ed, driving under the
influence, causing proper-
ty damage while driving
under the influence, reck-
less driving, leaving the
scene of an accident,
refusal to take a breath
test and resisting arrest
without violence.
Jason Matthew Maine,


31, of 123 E Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
6 with burglary, violation
of probation and larceny
theft.
John L. Vallee, 53, of
2207 Bignonoa St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
6 with aggravated assault.
Jonathan Larson, 29, of
2573 Kefauver St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
7 with driving under the
influence, driving while
license suspended and
refusal to take a breath
test.
Timothy Doyel Edsell,
48, of 1410 Tradition Cir-
cle, Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 8 with bat-
tery and felony battery.
Derek Raymond
Hilliard, 41, of 2867 Kens-
ington Road, Melbourne,
was charged Sept. 8 with
felony battery and aggra-
vated assault.
Brandy Lee Albury, 32
of 2537 Sarno Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
9 with petit larceny, viola-
tion of probation and two
counts of burglary.
Jerry Dean Allgood, 40,
of 42 Nina Jean Drive,
West Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 10 with
driving under the influ-
ence and no driver's
license.
James Dunn Jr., 43, of
1717 Dixon Blvd., Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
10 with driving under the
influence, refusal to take a
breath test and reckless
driving.
Thomas J. Wuchte, 21,
of 3880 Beech Grove Road,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 10 with possession
of drug paraphernalia and
two counts of possession
of drug paraphernalia.

Palm Bay
Police Department

Michael Marino Passi-
ni, 32, of 1114 Sandcreek


Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 7 with
a g g r av a t e d
stalking/harassing/cyber-
stalking.
Teresa Lynn Washing-
ton, 43, of 4112 Edwards
St., Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 7 with pos-
session of a controlled
substance and possession
of marijuana.

Titusville
Police Department

Andrew Dennis
Cascela, 44, of 2555 For-
rest Run Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
6 with driving under the
influence, driving while
license suspended, no
vehicle registration and
three counts of causing
property damage while
driving under the influ-
ence.

West Melbourne
Police Department

Heather N. Kruse, 32,
of 156 Lee Road, West Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
4 with burglary and larce-
ny.
Marcy Elizabeth Pap-
palardo, 32, of 455 Club
Trail, West Melbourne,
was charged Sept. 5 with
larceny theft and posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance.
Brandon Paul Vincent,
24, of 568 Edward Road,
West Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 8 with false
imprisonment, violation
of probation and assault
with intent to commit a
felony.
Justin Steven Austin,
20, of 2621 Bradfort Drive,
West Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 9 with fail-
ing to have a required
endorsement on a driver's
license, possession of
marijuana, carrying a


concealed weapon and no
vehicle registration.
Jayla Anne Nails, 24, of
692 John Hancock Lane,
West Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 9 with deal-
ing in stolen property,
altering a public record
and passing a forged
instrument.

Brevard County
Sheriffs Office

Wayne Edward Bigler,
56, of 1433 Dandelion
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 4 with driv-
ing under the influence,
causing damage to proper-
ty while driving under the
influence and causing seri-
ous bodily injury while
driving under the influ-
ence.
Mary Powell, 38, of
1768 Hudson Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
5 with an out-of-county
warrant, larceny theft and
driving under the influ-
ence.
David Charles Smith,
21, of 2149 Circlewood
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 5 with pos-
session of a controlled
substance and possession
of drug paraphernalia.
Ryan Lee Burpeau, 24,
of 3162 Cauthen Creek
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 6 with viola-
tion of probation, drug
trafficking, possession of
drugs with intent to sell,
two counts of possession
of drug paraphernalia and
two counts of possession


of a controlled substance.
Nicole Ann Novratil, 23,
of 2147 Circlewood Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 6 with possession of
a controlled substance,
possession of drug para-
phernalia and violation of
probation.
Jennifer E. Gilworth,
31, of 1157 Sand Dune
Lane, Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 7 with driv-
ing under the influence,
child cruelty, possession of
marijuana and possession
of drug paraphernalia.
Marilyn Solisa, 19, of
820 N. Wickham Road,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 7 with grand theft
auto.
Leanne E. Sharkey, 31,
of 1910 Fabien Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
9 with grand theft.
Brandon Bologna, 26,
of 4375 Maxwell Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Sept. 10 with four counts
of selling narcotics, four
counts of possession of a
narcotic with intent to sell
and four counts of posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance.
Alejandro Jesus Castil-
lo, 20, of 2083 Foxwood
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Sept. 10 with vio-
lation of probation and
failure to appear.
Mark Edward Rhodes,
50, of 35 Circle Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Sept.
10 with trafficking a con-
trolled substance, posses-
sion of drugs with intent to
sell and possession of a
controlled substance.


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Teen's note in a bottle
reaches England 5 years
later. A Maryland student's
note stuffed in a corked wine
bottle spent five years
bobbing across the Atlantic
until it washed ashore this
summer on an English
beach, where it was picked
up by a retired electrician
walking his golden retriever.
For seven weeks, Tony
Hoskings, who lives in
Cornwall, tried to find the
note's author. He searched
the Internet and sought the
help of his local newspaper.
Last week, he found him:
19-year-old Daniel Knopp, a
political science major at the
University of Maryland,
Baltimore County. Knopp
was a 14-year-old student
traveling with his parents and
sister aboard a ship, when he
wrote the short note on June
21, 2004, inserted it in a
discarded wine bottle, corked
it and tossed it from his
family's stateroom balcony.
From Reuters: Pigeon
transfers data faster than
Internet. A South African
information technology
company proved it was faster
for them to transmit data
with a carrier pigeon than to
send it using Telkom, the
country's leading Internet
service provider. Internet
speed and connectivity in
Africa's largest economy are
poor because of a bandwidth
shortage. It is also expensive.
Local news agency SAPA
reported the 11-month-old
pigeon, Winston, took one
hour and eight minutes to fly
the 80 km (50 miles) from
Unlimited IT's offices near
Pietermaritzburg to the
coastal city of Durban with a
4 gigabyte data card was
strapped to his leg.
Including downloading,
the transfer took two hours,
six minutes and 57 seconds,
the time it took for only 4
percent of the data to be
transferred using a Telkom
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'Sin' taxes for comfort foods?

Are the food police and President O-Bush losing their
minds? They have not discounted the possibility of a "sin"
tax on things like potato chips and soda. It should once
again be up to the individual what we consume for nutri-
tion or comfort food. One point no one has even thought
about concerning having sodas in vending machines in
schools. Although I'm not and won't be a parent, I would
feel much more at ease if my kid was driving after drinking
a couple Cokes and not a couple beers.

In a perfect world

Most Republicans have little or no need for government.
The rich Republicans, of course, see government as
"Robin Hood"; stealing their riches and handing it out to
the undeserving masses. The Walmart Republicans are
largely self-sufficient and have no compassion for the less
fortunate. The religious Republicans see government as an
impediment to church control over our lives. As for
national defense; rich republicans have their own security
forces, Walmart Republicans have massive weapon collec-
tions, and religious republicans have their god to protect
them.
To be fair, democrats have too much faith in govern-
ment. With the best of intentions, Democrats consistently
fail to account for the rampant theft and corruption that is
integral to any and all government run institutions. They
optimistically assume that most people working in gov-
ernment, from senators to civil service clerks, will be fair
and honest in carrying out their duties. Democrats won't
admit it's a bipartisan problem that is more human nature
than politics.
Each blames massive government corruption, graft,
kickbacks, ponzi schemes and the like on the other side.
Neither side is willing to concede even minor points to the
other. The very idea of compromise is laughable to both
sides.
There is only one solution: a virtual division if the U.S.
into two separate but equal nations, sharing the same
land, yet governed by sovereign entities.
Call the new nations the R.S.A. and the D.S.A.
As is custom in a capitalist economy, citizens would buy
citizenship in the R.S.A., which would offer physical secu-
rity, excellent health care, a luxurious standard of living,
and outstanding private education.
Citizens who don't have the means to buy citizenship in
the R.S.A. would be citizens in the D.S.A., which would
have a second-world standard of living, be plagued with
crime and disease and offer mediocre public job training.
Political infighting would stop, and everyone would be
happy.

Hope There's Change

So how is it that "hope and change" working out for
you?
Personally, I hope we have change beginning in 2010.
Let's see how the illustrious President Obama is doing
with his campaign promises.
So far he has increased the budget deficit to $9 trillion
over a 10-year span, wants to decrease Medicare benefits,
keep illegal immigrants on the welfare dole, inserted czars
into government including a self-proclaimed communist,
watched unemployment significantly increase, and has
forgotten about transparency.
Let's not forget his numerous political payback appoint-
ments who withdrew for various "personal" reasons, like
not paying taxes.
Not bad considering this is only his eighth month in
office.

Pray for our country

Obama has now been president for seven months and
yet he and his wife, Michelle, the Christian family they
claim to be, have not attended church since the inaugura-
tion. He must miss the Reverend Wright.
In these times I'll keep my God, my freedom, my gun
and my money.
Anyone that supports this insanity can keep "the
change."




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Letters


Cape Canaveral politics drive
away business

To the Editor:

"Leaders work to envision future of
Cape Canaveral" is a great article.
Four of the six workshops have
been completed with many great
idea, but no one has considered that
our city council will have to approve
many of these ideas. I have been to
many meetings of the city council
and find they are very whimsical in
their thought processes:
1. They spend hundreds of thou-
sands of dollars to widen North
Atlantic Avenue to allow for increased
flow of traffic through the area, but
still have a four-way stop sign at
North Atlantic Avenue, Harbor Drive
and Oak Lane. (That sure increases
traffic flow!)
2. A farmers market was allowed to
open on weekends on A1A within five
minutes of it being proposed to the
Council. (No thought to impact of
traffic on A1A or checking the present
zoning regulations, etc.)
3. Business owners in the area have
requested permission to convert
their existing signs to electronic sign
boards. The Cape Canaveral City
Council has been working on this one
item for over three years, yes, three
years. I have spent many hours
listening to the debate over the item
for the past six months.
The Council, in my opinion, does
not want the business in Cape
Canaveral to stay in Cape Canaveral.
In the past few years there have been
over 50 businesses close within the
small area of Cape Canaveral. Some
business has been lost because of
outlandish electronic sign restric-
tions put on businesses, who wish to
be established here or convert to the
new electronic sign. One member of
the council said, "We don't want Cape
Canaveral to look like Las Vegas."
Local business owners should
attend the next "Envision: meetings
Sept. 24 and Oct. 22 at 6 p.m. at the
Radisson at the Port.

LesterR. ChenowethJr.
Cape Canaveral

More on healthcare

To the Editor:

A response to the letter printed in
your Aug. 21 issue:
The subject of the letter states that


"rationing is radical and borderline
insane." The first sentence seems to
fix the focus on President Obama's
health/insurance program while the
rest of the letter quickly deteriorates
to everything wrong with the
current efforts meant to address the
serious issues and challenges we
face as Americans. This response is
limited to the current debate on
healthcare insurance reform.
Being trained as a quality manag-
er and practicing this profession in a
U.S.-based manufacturing corpora-
tion of about 140 people, I know
firsthand that it is not possible to
truly address real issues until you
get to the root cause.
Further, you can't get there
without a good measure of fact
based analysis and decision-
making. This is where I really have a
problem with what was published. If
we are going to continue to exclude
46 million fellow Americans from
health insurance, we should at least
get our facts right. The writer
(author) of the letter that was
published does not give us an
opportunity to check the facts
because s/he does not provide us
with the name or any other details
about the document s/he says s/he
has "read a good portion of."
S/he does however state that it is
"full of legalese and incomprehensi-
ble." I will let that statement stand
on its own and move to the facts.
It is the responsibility of the
congress to write legislation; not the
president. This is exactly what has
happened in this case. There is no
bill written by the president to
review. I have looked for it and have
not found it. She could be referring
to H.R. 3200 which can be found in
its entirety by going to
http://docs.house.gov/edlabor/AAH
CA-BillText-071409.pdf.
This was written by a congression-
al committee. A summary can also
be found at
http: //edlabor.house.gov/docu-
ments/ 111/pdf/publications/AAHC
A-BILLSUMMARY-071409.pdf.
The summary is only four pages
long and gives a good overview of
the bill. The actual bill is just more
than 1,000 pages long and since it is
a legal document that must be clear
by eliminating as much ambiguity
as possible it contains all the legal
language you would expect in such
an important piece of legislation.
Since the writer (author) did not
reference this document or give us
an indication from which portions


of the document s/he based her
conclusion, fact-based discussion
never gets started. What we are left
with is her interpretation of what is
written. For things like library fines
or other small-scale issues, this is
not great, but one could be easily
forgiven. However, when we are
talking about people who are one
illness away from losing everything
they own, it is irresponsible to not
base the discussion on facts.
Promoting fear, being less than
truthful in order to promote a
particular agenda (left or right) has
no place in this important discus-
sion on healthcare insurance
reform.
Some of the facts are: people are
losing their healthcare at the rate of
14,000 per day (http://www.politi-
fact.com/truth-o-meter/state-
ments/2009/jul/24/barack-
obama/obama-claims-14000-lose-h
ealth-insurance-every-day/); every
modern industrialized nation in the
world addresses this issue except for
the U.S.
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uni-
versalhealthcare); 3,500 Floridians
will lose their coverage next month
(http://www.orlandosentinel.com/h
ealth/orl-health-insurance-
071609,0,7106679.story); businesses
are finding it more difficult to
provide even basic coverage to their
employees and employees are
seeing more and more of their salary
being allocated to healthcare (look
at your pay slip and go to ...
http:/ /www.healthreform.gov/repor
ts/outofpocket/index.html); 46
million Americans do not have
health insurance
(http://www.npr.org/templates/stor
y/story.php?storyld= 111651742&ps=
cprs, http://www.npr.org/tem-
plates/story/story.php?storyld=1116
51742&ps=cprs); nothing in the
bill provides healthcare insurance to
illegal immigrants (http://www.poli-
ticsdaily.com/2009/08/20/health-
care-for-illegal-immigrants-simply-
not-true-says-oba/); and there are
no "death panels" in the bill
(http://abcnews.go.com/Health/We
llness/story?id=8295708&page=1,
http://abcnews.go.com/Health/Wel
lness/story?id=8295708&page=
1.)
As for rationing of healthcare, talk
to the 46 million Americans that
have no access to the current
system. Healthcare is rationed now,
to the ones who can afford it.

Stephen Crisafulli
West Melbourne







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Surf the

Web safely

By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.com
Each day, 77 million chil-
dren use the Internet.
And of children ages 10-17,
one out of every seven has
been sexually solicited online,
according to the Safe Florida
Web site, www.safellorida.net.
Growing up, children are
taught to stay away from
strangers.
But when it comes to the
Internet, this concept can be
difficult to grasp, especially
when a child or teen encoun-
ters a person claiming to be
someone else, said Sharon
Reynolds, media resource
teacher for Brevard Public
Schools.
Several years ago, the state
attorney general's office
issued a program at middle
and high schools in Florida -
including Brevard County- to
keep students aware of the
dangers that go hand-in-hand
with Internet use.
But beginning next semes-
ter, students in all Brevard
Public Schools will be intro-
duced to a more detailed age-
specific curriculum that dis-
cusses Internet safety,
prompted as a result of new
federal requirements on cyber
safety instruction, Ms.
Reynolds said.
The new curriculum will
teach students how to be
aware of potential dangers
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attend one of four upcoming cyber safety meetings hosted by Brevard Public Schools, as
a way to ensure their children remain safe while surfing the Internet.


using chat rooms and social
networking sites, she said.
It will also teach students
about cyber bullying, how to
identify it and what to do as a
result.
In addition to reaching the
students directly, the federal
government wants public
school systems to ensure par-
ents are on-board as well.
Brevard Public Schools will
host a set of Cyber Safety Par-
ent Meetings beginning next
month at four locations
throughout the county.
Each meeting will be led by
a director of BPS curriculum
instruction, a representative
from the county's Safe and


Drug-Free Schools Program, a
law enforcement officer, as
well as Ms. Reynolds, who will
lead a presentation sponsored
by the National Center for
Missing and Exploited Chil-
dren.
The meetings will advise
parents of tactics to keep their
children safe and provide
them with basic strategies to
oversee Internet use, such as
leaving the computer in an
open area in the home.
"I think educating the chil-
dren is important, but if we
don't also educate the parents,
we're left with a tremendous
gap," Ms. Reynolds said. "If
the parents aren't also aware


of the dangers, the kids won't
be as safe."
The Cyber Safety Parent
Meetings, which each contain
the same material, will be
from 6:30-8 p.m. at the fol-
lowing locations:
Oct. 19 at Heritage High
School, 2351 Malabar Road,
Palm Bay
Oct. 20 at Astronaut High
School, 800 War Eagle Blvd.,
Titusville
Oct. 22 at Satellite High
School, 300 Scorpion Court,
Satellite Beach
Nov. 5 at Viera High
School, 6103 Stadium Park-
way, Melbourne


Enjoy a free weekend at the Space Center


By Jenet Krol
Krol@hometownnewsol.com
The weekend of Sept. 25-
27, all you'll need is a canned
food item for admission into
the Kennedy Space Center.
For 10 years, the staff at
Kennedy Space Center Visitor
Center has offered a free
weekend to Brevard County
residents to show their thanks
for the support the commu-
nity gives to KSC, said Jillian
McRae, public relations offi-


"It's a salute and (a) thank
you to residents for the sup-
port of the visitor complex
and NASA throughout the
year," said Ms. McRae.
Brevard County residents
and up to five of their guests
are offered free admission to
the visitor complex, which
includes a tour of the space
center, the Shuttle Launch
Experience, 3D Imax films,
Astronaut Encounter and the
U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame,


said Ms. McRae.
All they need to enter is a
Brevard County driver's
license or utility bill and a
canned or non-perishable
food item.
The free weekend corre-
sponds with a food drive,
which will help replenish the
shelves of the Central Brevard
Sharing Center, North Bre-
vard Charities and the South
Brevard Sharing Center.
"We've always done the
food drive. In these times, we


hope it will help fill pantries
and be a great way to help our
community," said Ms. McRae.
Last year, the food drive col-
lected almost 20 tons of food
over three days.
The KSC Visitor Complex is
located on S.R. 405 and is
open from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Free admission is offered
Sept. 25-27.
For more information, visit
www.kennedyspacecenter.co
m, or call (866)737-5235.


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Sebastian, Fellsmere hidden jewels of the Treasure Coast


Wildlife, outdoor
play, rich history
await visitors
By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
SEBASTIAN The Trea-
sure Coast maybe famous for
sunken treasure chests and
gold doubloons, but the
sights above water are just as
priceless.
Sebastian is a hidden gem
in the crown of the Treasure
Coast. The amber-colored
sandy beaches, crisp, cool
breezes off the ocean, lush
native and tropical plants in
shades of emerald, and the
sparkling sapphire waters of
the Indian River Lagoon, St.
Sebastian River and the
Sebastian Inlet are true area
treasures.
Once a small fishing village,
Sebastian has seen substan-
tial growth in the past 25
years, yet managed to retain
that small-town, neighbor-


helping-neighbor atmos-
phere, said Beth Mitchell,
director of the Sebastian River
Area Chamber of Commerce.
The Sebastian area played a
unique role in the history of
conservation land in the U.S.
and is home to the first
wildlife refuge ever designat-
ed, Pelican Island.
The Pelican Island Wildlife
Refuge was established in
1903 after native birds were
being slaughtered for their
feathers, which were a high
fashion accessory at the time.
Visitors can tour the refuge
today by kayak or canoe in
the water, or by hiking along
the island. Pelican Island
offers many opportunities for
photography lovers to cap-
ture the local wildlife, such as
brown pelicans, egrets, and
herons, and in select places,
get up close and personal in
fishing excursions.
Fishing is a popular sport in
the Sebastian area and boat-
ing is a year-round event.
Snook and redfish are com-
monly found in the Sebastian


Inlet and Sebastian River.
Rentals or chartered boats are
available for both day and
night trips.
Miles of sandy beaches
along the coastline, and espe-
cially in the Sebastian Inlet,
are perfect for entertaining
the whole family with swim-
ming, snorkeling and surfing.
The inlet is the location of
several large surfing contests
every year, including the
Sebastian Inlet Pro, the
largest, most prestigious surf-
ing contest on the East Coast
and one of the top four in
North America. More than
160 surfers participated in the
event last January.
For those adventurous
enough to take the plunge,
Skydive Sebastian is the place
to do it.
The local skydiving facility
gives lessons for beginners,
offers tandem jumps and pro-
vides for experienced sky-
divers.
The arts are heartily
embraced in Sebastian and
local craft and art shows, as
well as outdoor concerts, are
often held at Riverside Park,
right on the Indian River.
Nearby city Fellsmere is a


diamond in the rough that
holds a unique charm recall-
ing old Florida agriculture.
The residents of Fellsmere
are proud of and work hard
every year to feed thousands
of people a traditional old
Florida dish: deep-fried frog
legs during the annual
Fellsmere Frog Leg Festival in
January.
The city holds the world-
wide record for the largest frog
leg festival for attracting
75,000 visitors from Jan. 18-21
in 2001.
The 1915 Marian Fell library
is an example of the rich his-
tory of Fellsmere, and is
named after the daughter of
the town founder, who donat-
ed the money to build the
library out of her earnings
translating English stories
into Russian for the ruling
czar.
Fellsmere also celebrates its
heritage with rodeos through-
out the year, where cowboys
and cowgirls demonstrate
their skills and finesse at rid-
ing horses and roping sheep,
goats, calves and bulls.
Both Fellsmere and Sebast-
ian share a border of the St.
Sebastian River Preserve Park,


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Craig Jenkins, left, of Meritt Island helps Yvan Plante, of
West Palm Beach, with the Snook he caught on the north
jetty of the Sebastian Inlet last Thursday afternoon. Fish-
ing, camping, and all forms of water sports are what
makes the Sebastian Inlet State Recreation Area popular
worldwide.


a conservation area perfect for
bird-watching, hiking and
kayaking.


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Do-wnilttown MIlelbourlne City council sorority
Peanut Butter & Jellyfish names new officers
The Twisted Seahorse South Brevard city council o
The Tised ellyfish Beta Sigma Phi sorority recent
The Twisted Jellyfish ly elected officers for the 2009
826 East INew Haven Avenue Melbourne 32901 10 year:
President-Irene Tarvis


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1st Vice President-Olga
Clarke
Recording Secretary-Genie
Jones
Corresponding
Secretary-Joyce Hagan
Treasurer-Charlotte Had-
dox
For information, call Jewell
Patton (321) 723-2250.

Student graduates

Matthew Soss of Melbourne


For more information about
the Sebastian River Area, visit
www.sebastianchamber.com.


recently graduated from the
College of William and Mary
with bachelor's of arts degree.
The College ofWilliam and
Mary is a public university
located in Williamsburg, Va.
Founded by Royal Charter in
1693, it is the second oldest
college in the country.
For information call, (757)
221-2623.

Students named to
dean's list

The following students
were named to the 2009
spring semester dean's list of
Emory College, the under-
graduate liberal arts college
of Emory University in
Atlanta. Students must be in
the top 20 percent of Emory
College or have approxi-
mately a 3.863 GPA or higher
to be named to the list.
Jared Gans of Melbourne,
son of Dr. Howard Dwight
Gans and Hillary Anne Gans
Charles Thayer V of Mel-
bourne, son of Charles O.
Thayer IV and Kathleen Ann
Thayer.
For information, call (404)
727-6216.


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And All That Jazz Caf6:
Moonshine Alley will per-
form Friday. Austin Church
will play Saturday. Ruben
Israel will play jazz guitar
during breakfast from 8:30-
11:30 a.m. Sunday. Open
mic is Tuesday with John
Conden or Berna. Acoustic
open jam with Dave
Grooms is Thursday. All
performances are from 6-9
p.m. And All That Jazz Cafe
is at 1641 U.S. 1, Cocoa. Call
(321) 636-3232.
Broken Barrel Tavern:
Space fish will perform
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Fri-
day. One will perform from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday. Bro-
ken Barrel is at 4700 Bab-
cock St., Palm Bay. Call
(321) 728-4755.
Coasters Pub: Mark
Baker and Friends will per-
form from 8:30 p.m. to
12:30 a.m., Friday. Coasters
is at 971 Eau Gallie Blvd.,
Melbourne. Call (321) 779-
BREW.
The Cove: Pizza Bob will
play from 5-8 p.m. Sunday.
The Cove Jam will take
place with John Quinlivan
from 6-10 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday. The Cove is at
1462 A1A, Satellite Beach.
Call (321) 777-2683.
Crossroads Sports Bar:
The Last Chance Band will
perform from 9 p.m. to 1:30
a.m. Friday. Crossroads is at
5070 Minton Road, Palm
Bay. Call (321) 723-9952.
Fishlips Waterfront Bar
and Grill: Party at the Port
with a performance by High
Tide from 4-8 p.m. Satur-
day. The Tiki Band will play
from 4-8 p.m. Sunday. Fish-
lips is at 610 Glen Cheek
Drive, Cape Canaveral. Call
(321) 784-4533.
Grills: Mo Geetz will
perform from 7:30-11:30
p.m. Friday. Delgado will
perform from 7:30-11:30
p.m. Saturday. Don't Quit
Your Day Job Band will play
3-7 p.m. Sunday. Grills is at
505 Glen Cheek Drive, Cape
Canaveral. Call (321) 868-
2226.
Levelz Night Club:
There will be a benefit for
Kyle Btholomay with a per-
formance by Moonlighters
from 1-4 p.m. Saturday.
Levelz is at 4250 New
Haven Ave., West Mel-
bourne. Call (321) 409-
5385.
Lou's Blues: Absolute
Blue will perform from 9:30
p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday and
Saturday. Lou's Blues is at
3191 A1A, Indialantic. Call
(321) 779-2299.
Malabar Mo's: Space-
Fish will perform 4-8 p.m.
Sunday. Malabar Mo's is at
2805 Malabar Road, Mal-
abar. Call (321) 725-8347.
Milliken's Reef: Crucial
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Fall for the arts at annual street party


By Jenet Krol
krol@hometownnewsol.com

MELBOURNE Brevard
County residents should
have no reason to say,
'there's nothing to do' this
fall.
The Brevard Cultural
Alliance is presenting more
than 60 art and cultural
options to fill the upcom-
ing days and weekends.
On Sept. 24, Highland
Avenue in Melbourne will
be transformed into a
street party highlighting 68
arts and cultural groups
from Brevard County.
The groups, which range
from barbershop quartets
to visual artists to orches-
tras and ballet companies,
will present highlights of
their upcoming seasons
and present demonstra-
tions of the activities their
groups have to offer.
"This not just a tabletop,
handing-out-information
type of event," said Kathy
Engerran, program servic-
es coordinator for the Bre-
vard Cultural Alliance.
"We'll have two stages cap-
ping off the event and most
organizations will be doing
demonstrations."
The two stages, located
at the north and south
ends of the street will fea-
ture more than 20 perform-
ances, to include ballet,
classical and pops music,
modern dance, harmoniz-
ers, storytellers, a brass
quintet and animal
encounters.
"It really will be a full
spectrum of the cultural
community," said Ms.


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Engerran.
A kid's cultural corner
will highlight organizations
dedicated to children and
will include a musical
instrument "petting zoo"
sponsored by the Brevard
Symphony Orchestra, in
which children can try out
musical instruments, art
activities by the Melbourne
Art Festival and face paint-
ing by the Henegar Center.
This is the second year
the Brevard Cultural
Alliance has put on the
street party, hoping to
encourage Brevard County
residents to take part in the
plethora of artistic and cul-
tural opportunities and
organizations in the coun-


ty, said Ms. Engerran.
"The fact that there are
68 organizations partici-
pating (in the festival) real-
ly vividly illustrates the
range of options available,
not only to residents, but to
visitors," she said.
Residents will be able to
get information on the
upcoming arts and cultural
season, exhibitions, festi-
vals and events that are
scheduled for Brevard
County from organizations
representing visual artists,
vocal groups, nature
groups, pottery guilds,
orchestras, the Brevard
Zoo, musical ensembles,
surfing culture, theatres
and theater troupes, art


galleries, ballet companies,
historical homes, dance
troupes, filmmakers, craft-
ing guilds and storytellers.
During the street festival
the Brevard Cultural
Alliance will also present
"Partners in Arts" award to
individuals and businesses
that support cultural
organizations through vol-
unteering with their time,
talent or resources, said
Ms. Engerran.
The street party is free to
attend and scheduled for
Thursday, Sept. 24, from 5-
8 p.m. on Highland
Avenue, Melbourne, in the
Eau Gallie Arts District.
For more information,
visit www.artsbrevard. com.


Out & about


FRIDAY, SEPT. 18

'Very Special Arts'
show: to benefit the dis-
abled. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and
Saturday, Sept. 19 from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. at Art Gallery
of Viera, 5410 Murrell Road.
Art demos, art sales, infor-
mation and education from
Multiple Sclerosis Society, a
silent auction fundraiser for
the family of Tiphani Corley,
the recent Rockledge High
School graduate who died
from swine flu and more.
Call (321) 890-1415 or visit
www.artgalleryofviera. corn.
17th Annual Doctors &
Lawyers Weekend War-
riors Surf Festival: to ben-
efit benefits children's char-
ities at Sebastian Inlet at 8
a.m., Friday Sept. 18 and
Saturday, Sept. 19. For
information, call (321) 727-
8100 or visit kirschenbau-
maDqray-robinson. corn.


SATURDAY, SEPT. 19

Surfer for Autism: 8 a.m.
at Lori Wilson Park, 1500
Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach.
Surfing event with qualified
instructors to guide children
surfing. There will be face
painting, food and drinks will
be provided at no charge to
families with a registered
surfer. For information or to
register a surfer, call (561)
315-0407 or e-mail surfers-
forautismO9@live.com.
International beach
clean-up day: volunteer
meet-up and lunch from 8
a.m. to noon, Saturday, Sept
19 at Haulover Canal on Sate
Road 3, Merritt Island Nation-
al Wildlife Refuge. Sponsored
by Keep Brevard Beautiful.
Call (321)861-5601 to regis-
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onships': 10 a.m. at Palm Bay
Regional Park, 1951 Malabar


Road. There is no entry fee for
competitors and admission is
free for spectators. Novice
and veteran competitors are
encouraged to compete. Call
(321)-255-4496.
'Paws at the Pier':
fundraiser for Central Brevard
Humane Society. 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. at the Cocoa Beach Pier,
401 Meade Ave., Cocoa
Beach. Live entertainment,
pet contests (best dressed,
largest/smallest, best trick
and pet/owner look-a-like),
door prizes, live and silent
auctions, and a vendor vil-
lage. Sponsorship opportuni-
ties still available. Advanced
tickets are $10 for adults and
$5 for children; $15 for adults
and $8 for children at the
door. Children 6 years and
under are free. All animals
must have county tags, proof
of current shots and be with
leash or carrier for entry. Tick-
ets available at Central Bre-
vard Humane Society, 1020


Cox Road, Cocoa, the Molly
Mutt Thrift Shops in down-
town Melbourne, Merritt
Island and Rockledge, the
Cocoa Beach Pier, and Pet
SuperMarket in Merritt Island.
Call (321) 636-3343 or visit
www.crittersavers.com.
22nd Crafts, curios and
collectibles show: Saturday,
Sept. 19 from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. and Sunday, Sept. 20
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
Melbourne Auditorium, 625
E. Hibiscus Ave., Melbourne.
Various vendors specialized
in ceramics, stained glass,
wood, intarsia, porcelain,
clothing, wind chimes, ban-
ners, soaps, candles, fused
glass and wildlife pictures will
display gift and decorating
ideas for the holidays. Admis-
sion is $3. All proceeds will be
donated to local charities.
Call (321) 676-2625.
Color Guard dinner: with

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STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 9-18-2009


Aries-March 21-April 19
The greatest ideas flow
from the heart well. These
arise from spirit and uni-
verse and pop into the
mind. This is like a light
bulb turning on. It is your
greatest truth. Listen to it,
accept it and take it into
your being, no matter what
your head says. Then act
on it. Spiritual instincts do
not lie. It gives you the win-
ning edge.

Taurus- April 20-May 20
Your strong spirit is there
when needed. It gives you
the grit, determination and
choices to keep on going
when challenges confront.
Deal with them and move
forward. Never give up on
your dreams. You always
help others. Let them help
you when you need a
friend. Now you are head-
ed on and up to greater
glory.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Universal wisdom guides
you. It's about wise choic-
es. When you let the lower
will take over, you see less
of the good things happen-
ing. Lower will operates on
chance and gambling. Sur-
render to the higher will. It
operates on instincts and
choices. It's all a matter of
patience. Trust and faith;
how much do you have?

Cancer-June 22-July 22
The true meaning of love
lives in your heart. You
have the greatest heart
that has ever lived. Why?
Your encouraging words
always uplift your family,
friends and others who
revel in your love, joy,
beauty and awesome spirit.
Thank you for all you give
to all of us. You are a true
angel on the earth. We are
so blessed.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Resist the temptation to
take on more than you can
handle. Stay focused on
your top three goals. Trying
to move too many ideas
forward will limit your suc-
cess on any given one.
Focus is the key. Refuse to
sidetrack on unimportant
whims. Sometimes less is
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beer battered chicken. 4 p.m.
John S. Lyman, VFW Post 4536,
4401 U.S. 1., Palm Bay. Dona-
tion is $7. (321) 725-2999.
Dinner and dance: hosted
by Italian-American Club of


South Brevard. 6 p.m. at 1471
Cypress Ave., Melbourne. Din-
ner includes antipasto, Italian
Bread, roast pork and orzo,
dessert and coffee or tea.
BYOB. Music by "Eli." Cost is
$15 for members and $18 for
guests. Call (321) 242-6044 to
purchase tickets.
Toga party: 7 p.m. at Cocoa


Beach Pier, 401 Meade Ave.
Ages 21 and up. Cost is $12
and includes dinner buffet and
one Roman punch or draft
been. Cash costume and door
prizes, life music. Wear any-
thing from sheets to full
Roman body armor. Egyptians
and barbarians also welcome.
(321) 543-1346.


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Ballroom dancing: 7:30
p.m. at North Brevard Senior
Center, 909 Lane Ave.,
Titusville. Music by Bruce
Baker. Door prizes. Cost is $8
and includes snacks. BYOB.
(321) 631-0368.

SUNDAY, SEPT. 20
Free family concert: with
the Brevard Symphony Orches-
tra on from 2-4 p.m. at the King
Center, 3865 N. Wickham
Road, Melbourne. For tickets
and information call (321)
242-2024 or visit www.bre-


vardsymphony.com.
Appalachian Gospel serv-
ice: 4 p.m. at The First United
Methodist Church, 825 Forrest
Ave., Cocoa. Bluegrass music,
barbershop Gospel singing, tra-
ditional mountain hymns and
Bible story-telling. Appalachian
Gospel service focuses on audi-
ence participation to spread
the "good news" and savor the
"Old Time Religion." Service is
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and tour exhibits of the Brevard
Art Museum, 1463 Highland
Ave., Melbourne at 2 p.m. Host-
ed by The Guild of the Brevard
Art Museum. Free and open to
the public. Tickets are required.
Call (321) 242-0737.

THURSDAY, SEPT. 24


le dinner. 'Fall for the Arts Street
Party': A celebration of Bre-
vard's upcoming arts and cul-
.21 tural season, exhibitions and
festivals. 5-8 p.m. on Highland
Street in the Eau Gallie arts dis-
trict of Melbourne. Twenty per-
forming groups are expected to
perform on two stages. Visit
www.artsbrevard.org.
Old Eau Gallie murder
mystery tour: every half hour
from 6-7:30 p.m., Thursday,
Sept. 24 and every half-hour
from 1:30-3:30 p.m., Sunday,
.2 Sept. 27 at the Historic Rosset-
ter House Museum & Gardens,
1320 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Cost is $7.50 per per-
son; $12 per family. Call (321)
254-9855 to reserve.

UPCOMING EVENTS
Celebrate National Public
Lands Day: at Merritt Island
National Wildlife Refuge. Vol-
unteers will trim, mulch and
clear public use areas from 8-
11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 26.
SMeet at the Refuge Visitor Cen-
ter at, 5 miles east of U.S. 1 on
d State Road 402. Call (321)
861-5601.
Hispanic Festival: 11 a.m.
to 4 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 26 at
the Palm Bay Library, 1520 Port
Malabar Blvd. There will be a
muscle car show, arts and
crafts, business and food ven-
dors, a farmer's market, a
bounce house for children,
folkloric, traditional and con-
temporary Hispanic dances
and Zumba instruction, Cuban
and Puerto Rican folktale read-
ings and free crafts for children.
Call (321) 952-4519.
Veteran's appreciation
festival: to benefit the Coali-
tion for the Hungry and Home-
less of Brevard. 10 a.m. to 10
p.m., Saturday, Sept. 26 at Vet-
eran's Memorial Park and Cen-
ter, 400 Sykes Creek Parkway,
Merritt Island. Live and silent


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strength comes when you
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Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
Stay calm when others Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
around you are trying your What is it that you truly
patience. Refuse to let want? Look at the larger
events out of your joy rob picture. Refuse to dwell on
you of your patience. You the smaller things in life.
have an unusually large Keep your eye on your
wide, open heart. Some- dream. You can't control
times others will not fully the earthly stuff. But you
appreciate this large heart. can stay focused on your
It's up to you to protect it life's purpose. It is to help
and keep it safe. If you others move forward and
don't do it first no one else achieve their dream. Don't
will or can. ever forget this awesome
dream.
Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22
No matter what happens Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan.19
around you, the key is to Your spirit is so strong. Your
keep balanced. Keep a heart is open and your
lighter touch. Trust in your mind is alert. Your energy is
own instincts first and then flowing much better than in
in your closest friends, the past. Be sure to listen to
There is no need to be your instincts first and
judgmental or analytical make decisions based on
now. Live and let live. A your inner guidance. This
lighter touch always works high form of respect insures
and moves you closer to that family and friends will
positive realities. A little fun give it as well. Now every-
is in order. one honors you.
Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21 Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Stop trying to figure things Acknowledge your worth.
out. The more you think, You may be more valuable
the less you will know. You than you give yourself cred-
are born of feelings and it for. Look at all the posi-
heart, not from mind. This tive change and progress in
doesn't mean that you the past few months. Your
don't have a strong mind. communication and leader-
You do. But your greatest ship skills continue to grow.


You are happier and having
more fun. What could be
more important? Great job,
Aquarius, keep it up.
Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
You are the depth of the
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FRIDAY,
SEPT. 18
'Sit & Fit': low impact
exercises. 9-10 a.m. One
Senior Place, 8085 Spyglass
Hill Road, Viera. (321)253-
6316.
Oyster mat making:
restoration project. Noon at
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Benefit 'Wash for Life':
car wash to raise money for
the local pro-life pregnancy
resource center, B.E.T.A. 8
a.m. to noon at Advanced
Auto Parts, 2901 Garden
Street, Titusville. Call (321)


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Rummage sale: 8 a.m. to
4 p.m. at the Ryckman
House, 507 Ocean Ave., Mel-
bourne Beach. Proceeds to
help raise funds for Ryck-
man House renovation proj-
ect. (321) 723-7270.
Prophecy conference:
8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at First
Baptist Church, 170 Wash-
ington Ave., Indialantic.
Cost is $15 and includes
lunch and a drink. Call (321)
723-5217 to register.


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Thursday Saturday
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Photography club:
meeting. 9 a.m. at Enchant-
ed Forest Sanctuary, 444
Columbia Blvd., Titusville.
(321)264-5185.

SUNDAY, SEPT. 20
Day hike out at Bull
Creek: with The Indian River
chapter of the Florida Trail
Association. All are wel-
come. Meet at 6:30 a.m.,
Sam's Club, 4255 New Haven
Ave., Melbourne. For infor-


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mation, call (321) 723-6339.
Introduction to Chakras
workshop: 10 a.m. to 12:30
p.m. The Yoga Center 1540
John Rodes Blvd., West Mel-
bourne. Cost is $25 in
advance or $30 at the door .
(321) 728-0300.
'Forest Funday': Native
American heritage. 2 p.m. at
Enchanted Forest Sanctuary,
444 Columbia Blvd.,
Titusville. (321) 264-5185.

MONDAY, SEPT. 21
Embroiderers' Guild:
Indian River chapter meeting.
9:30 a.m. at the Front Street
Civic Center, 2210 Front St.,
Melbourne. All guests wel-
come. Call (321) 591-0097 or
visit www.geocities.com/indi-
anriverega.
Free square dance les-
sons: 7:45-9:45 p.m. at the
McLarty Recreation Center,
790 Barton Blvd., Rockledge.
Call (321) 454-9556.

TUESDAY, SEPT. 22
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'Estate planning and
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shop. 10 a.m. at One Senior
Place, 8085 Spyglass Hill
Road, Viera. (321) 253-1667.
'Fall Prevention Aware-
ness Day': 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. A
coffee social and a light lunch
will be served. Presentation at
noon with Dr. Joe Strater:
Ideas and exercise to main-
tain balance to prevent falls.
Cocoa Beach Fire Depart-
ment fall simulation training
at 1:30 p.m. at the Freedom 7
Senior Community Center,
5000 Tom Warriner Blvd.,
Cocoa Beach. Call (321) 783-
9505.
St. John's conservation
and restoration efforts: pres-
entation. Noon. Lagoon
House, 3275 Dixie Highway,
Palm Bay. Bring a bag lunch.
(321) 725-7775.

WEDNESDAY,
SEPT. 23
Plant encounter driving
tour: 10 a.m. at Merritt Island
National Wildlife Refuge Visi-
tor Center on State Road 402,
5 miles east of U.S. 1,
Titusville. Join Refuge volun-
teer, Jim Stahl, for driving tour
to view and learn about com-
mon refuge plants-wildflow-
ers, trees, shrubs, grasses, and
ferns. Call (321) 861-5601.
Rhythm class: for ages 4-
6. 3 p.m. at Enchanted Forest
Sanctuary, 444 Columbia
Blvd., Titusville. (321) 264-
5185.
Viera/Suntree Toastmas-
ters Club: 7 p.m. Wuesthoff
Reference Lab, 6800 Spyglass
Court, Viera. (321) 223-3052.


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auction, car and bike show,
corn hole tournament, live
music, Guitar Hero, food and
activities for children. Prizes
and gifts for military members,
past and present. For informa-
tion, to volunteer or to donate,
call (321) 639-0166 or visit
www.winhousing.org.
Free concert: performed by
the Melbourne Municipal Band
in recognition of Honor America,
Inc., whose goals are to inspire
pride in American citizenship by
increasing awareness of Ameri-
can ideals and accomplishments.
7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept 29
and Wednesday, Sept 30 at the
Melbourne Auditorium, 625 E.
Hibiscus Blvd., Melbourne. Call
(321) 724-0555 or visit
www.mmband.org.


S'Seniors 55+ Club Kick-Off':
hosted by City of Cocoa and
Community Services Council is
hosting a Seniors club kick-off on
Wednesday, Sept 30 from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Cocoa Civic
Center, 430 Delannoy Ave,
Cocoa. The schedule of events
includes presentations on
Cocoa's upcoming Senior Club
and Seniors at Lunch Program,
Silver Alert, Lock Box and Vial of
Life programs offered by various
Cocoa departments and the suc-
cessful Seniors Club in Satellite
Beach. A Wii Fit class, games and
lunch will also be available. Call
(321) 639-3500.
'A piece of my heart': play
performance about the women
who served as nurses, United
Service Organization entertainers,
and Red Cross helpers during the
Vietnam war. 7 p.m., Wednesday,
Sept 30, Thursday, Oct. 1 and Fri-
day, Oct. 2 at Palm Bay High
School, PBHS Pirate Players,
Thespian Troupe No. 2606, 101


Pirate Lane, Melbourne. Play is
rated PG-13, as there are some
adult themes explored. Cost is
$5. Free for military and faculty
with ID. Call (321) 952-5900, Ext
5052.
'Purses with a Purpose':
luncheon to benefit Serene Har-
bor domestic violence shelter. 11
a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Friday, Oct 2 at
the Crowne Plaza Oceanfront
2605 A1A, Indialantic. Tickets are
$35. Call (321) 726-8282 or e-
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p.m. Monday. Pizza Bob will
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day. Danny Morris Band will
perform on Bike Night 7-11
p.m. Saturday. Gloria and
John of Mayhem Trio will
play 5-9 p.m., Wednesday.
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Cocoa. Call (321) 433-0872.
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at 1891 State Road 520, Mer-
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Dorothy Zaloudek

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st
Class Dorothy K. Zaloudek
graduated from basic mili-
tary training at Lackland Air
Force Base in San Antonio.
Airman Zaloudek is the
daughter of Debra Hill of
Palm Bay and John Landis of
Melbourne and a 2002 grad-
uate of Eau Gallie High
School, Melbourne.

Tatiana Merideth

U.S. Air Force 2nd Lt.
Tatiana C. Merideth recently
graduated from the Univer-
sity of Michigan with a
degree in mechanical engi-
neering and was commis-
sioned into the U.S. Air
Force.
2nd Lt. Merideth is a 2005
graduate of Eau Gallie High
School and is now assigned
to Patrick Air Force Base.
2nd Lt. Merideth is the
daughter of Master Sergeant
James R. Merideth, retired
U.S. Air Force and Master
Sergeant Melissa M.
Merideth, Florida Air
National Guard in Mel-
bourne.

Sarah Welser

Sarah K. Welser has gradu-
ated from the Uniformed
Services University of the
Health Sciences in Bethes-
da, Md. The graduate
received a medical degree
and was commissioned to
the rank of captain, with a
minimum seven-year active
duty service commitment.
The university is a tuition-


free institution which man-
ages a graduate nursing
school, a graduate school
with doctor of philosophy
and master's degree pro-
grams, and a medical school
that prepares men and
women for careers as physi-
cians in the U.S. Army, Navy
and Air Force.
Capt. Wesler will serve as an
officer in the U.S. Air Force
Medical Service and has
served in the military for four
years.
She is the daughter of
William and Susan M. Welser
of Melbourne.
In 2001, Capt.Welser gradu-
ated from Randolph High
School at Randolph Air Force
Base in Texas and received a
bachelor's degree in 2005
from the University of Vir-
ginia, Charlottesville.


Patrick Rodriguez-

Roberts

U.S. Air Force Airman
Patrick T. Rodriguez-Roberts
graduated from basic military
training at Lackland Air Force
Base in San Antonio.
Airman Rodriguez-Roberts
is the son of Barbara Roberts
of Melbourne and a 2008
graduate of Melbourne High
School.


Aric Noblitt

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st
Class Aric A. Noblitt graduat-
ed from basic military train-
ing at Lackland Air Force Base
in San Antonio.
He is the son of Barbara
Gillis of Indialantic and a 2006
graduate of Melbourne High
School.


Lucanus J. Marines

U.S. Army Spec. Lucanus J.
Marines has graduated from
basic combat training at Fort
Jackson in Columbia, S.C.
Spec. Marines is the son of
Robert Marines of Melbourne
and a 1991 graduate of Eau Gal-
lie High School in Melbourne.


Jasmine R. Bobbitt

U.S. Air Force Capt. Jasmine
R. Bobbitt has deployed to Al
Udeid Air Base, Qatar, in sup-
port of Operation Enduring
Freedom
Capt. Bobbitt regularly serves
as the commander's action
group chief at Air University
Maxwell Air Force Base in
Montgomery Ala. The captain
has served in the military for six
years.
She is the daughter of Jimmy
R. and Westanna H. Bobbitt of
Melbourne.
Capt Bobbit graduated in
1998 from Jefferson Davis High
School and received a bache-
lor's degree in 2003 from Alaba-
ma State University in Mont-
gomery.


David Minnick

David A. Minnick has grad-
uated from the Army Reserve
Officer Training Corps
Leader's Training Course in
Fort Knox, Ky.
The cadet is a student at the
Florida Institute of Technolo-
gy in Melbourne and the for-
mer ward of Stuart and Teri
Rowan of Melbourne.
Cadet Minnick is a 2003
graduate of Melbourne High
School.

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Furniture,3pc Bdrm set,
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240 Olivick Circle
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WANTED TO buy stamp
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ANTIQUE Tiger Oak
dresser large with mirror
& candle holders. Good
cond. $200 321-723-2269
APPLIANCE DOLLY,
heavy duty, w. strap, like
new, $90 321-725-7848
AQUARIUM, 10 gallon,
complete set up, acces-
sories, stand & fish, $75,
321-724-2087 SoBrev
ARMOIRE, real wood,
has 2 drawers, $60,
321-984-3847 SoBrev
ART EASEL, floor mod-
el, great condition, $45,
321-914-4277 SoBrev
BATHROOM LIGHTS,
hollywood style, 8 light
bars, $15, 2 4 light bars,
$10ea, 321-633-6370
BED, LITTLE Tykes race
car bed w/ mattress,
$100, Sega dreamcast
$25, 321-507-4032
BEDROOM SET, french
provincial, 6 piece, off
white, King size, very gd
cond $200 321-984-5338
BUTCHER BLOCK Is-
land, 26x26, all natural
wood, $75, outside glass
table, $50 321-777-9395
CAGE for large bird, like
new, 68"h 36"w, 28"d,
light grey, beauty, must
see $200, 321-213-2024
CARDIO GAZELLE,
Sears, low impact, full
body workout, $100,
321-455-9870 SoBrev
CHAIN SAW, remington,
1.5 hp, electric, 14" bar,
excellent condition, $25,
321-724-9348
CHAIRS, LOUNGE for
pool, large, white excel-
lent condition, $30 ea,
321-777-5080 NoBrev
CHAR BROIL patio cad-
die, electric grill, cost
$150 sell for $50
321-631-5432 NoBrev
CHINA HUTCH, 2 piece,
glass door and shelves,
50" wide &16" deep. $85
321-452-8452 SoBrev
CIGARETTES, 1 carton,
generic (sport) ultra light,
I quite, best offer over
$25 cash, 321-259-2853
COFFEE TABLE unique
design. Eagle carved in.
wood, glass tray top.
$200 321-723-1160
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DESK & CHAIR: White
Wicker Good Shape $65
321-952-4004 So Brev
DESK, LARGE, walnut,
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desk chair, black $40
321-258-9203 SoBrev
DINETTE SET, Hitch-
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321-639-8450 NoBrev
DISC/ BELT sander, del-
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321-610-8342 SoBrev
DISHWASHER, Frigid-
aire, good condition, $50,
321-684-1189 SoBrev
DOG KENNEL, 32x 22x
24, like new, FDA ap-
proved, $45,
360-801-0188 SoBrev
DOLLS, Collectible, ex-
cellent cond, Baby talks
alot, Jenny the gymnast,
$100 for all 321-984-2780
DOORS, 2 double glass
wood frame, with screen
door for inside, $195
321-639-9262 NoBrev
DRESSER, ANTIQUE
oak, 47" tall, 32" wide,
$60, 321-779-9848
DRYER, WHIRLPOOL.
older model totally rebuilt,
$125, 321-537-3057
DVD, BLU-RAY, Sony,
like new, model
BDP-300. $100
321-952-5785 SoBrev
EXERCISE MACHINE,
Rock & Roll stepper by
Tony Little & step VP,
$25 ea, 321-676-5847
FENCE PANELS, PVC,
gothic picket, 8'x36", 10
sections, $20 ea,
321-427-0777 SoBrev
FREE- CONN organ with
bench and music, SoBrev
FREEZER, commercial,
Imperial, frost free, heavy
duty, upright, temp alarm,
$200, 321-984-9314
FREEZER, LARGE, Ken-
more, good condition,
upright, works well, 2'4' w
$70, 321-610-8114
GAS DRYER, with man-
uel, great condition, ask-
ing $50, 321-626-0870
GI JOE, 17 issues, mint,
7/84- 11/85 bagged &
carded, $75
321-952-4097 SoBrev
GOLD MIRROR, antique,
beautiful, ornate, huge,
32x44, thick frame, $200
obo 321-773-0448
GOLF CLUBS, King
Cobra, F/Speed, LD 7
wood, original graphite
shaft, $40, 321-254-0620
HIGHCHAIR, rainforest,
looks brand new, com-
plete with all parts, $50
321-574-1188 SoBrev
HIGHCHAIR, WOODEN,
oak, with carving on seat
back, tray w/ safety strap,
$120, 321-676-0713
HURRICANE CLIPS for
plywood panels, $0.70
each, have 70,
321-676-0079 SoBrev


JEEP HURRICANE, 2 RECLINER, LEATHER,
speeds, new wheels, was swivel, green, $50 oak
$450 new, asking $175 wood bar stools, $15 for
incl battery 321-255-1987 2, 321-638-4088 NoBrev
LAWN AERATOR, 42", RECLINER, LIGHT gray,
pull behind, new, $45 leather, $75, end table,
321-242-1339 SoBrev antique, white, $25
321-452-6248 SoBrev
LAWN MOWER, Crafts- RECLINER. LAZYBOY
man Rotary, 4- 25, push, excellent condition, $200,
Eager 122" mulcher, $50 321-446-7743 SoBrev
321-368-4658 SoBrev
REFRIGERATOR/ freez-
LAWN MOWER, Crafts- er, Amana, Beige, SxS,
man, Honda, front drive, works very well, $75,
speed control, used 1 321-288-8531 SoBrev
year $175, 321-951-1557
ROCKER RECLINER
LAWN MOWER, self pro- oversized, microfiber.
pelled Lawn Boy, light Like new, tan color.
weight, easy start, $75, $200/obo 321-508-5632
ex. cond. 321-952-1860 ORIENTAL, 3x6
LAWN MOWER, Troy runner, floral,pale green
Built, self propelled, 6.75 $40, 11x11, wall to wall,
hp, $75, 321-242-7040 tan, $100 321-728-3883
LOVE SEAT, tan, micro SCOOTER CHAIR, older
fiber, $50, hide a bed model, take apart for
love seat, $20, table, 3 easy transport, $125 obo
chairs, $20 321-327-8648 508-287-1782 SoBrev
LUGGAGE RACK for SCOOTER, SCHWINN,
sports car, chrome, never kids, battery operated,
installed, $30 comes w charger, easy to
321-253-2629 SoBrev use, $100 321-255-8338
SHOE, NEW, S.A.S,
MASSAGE CHAIR, $150 black tie up, 9 1/2, nar-
NRG portable, w/ carry- row paid $119, sell for
ing case, black, new, $65, 321-952-0500
321-917-9458 SoBrev
SHOWER DOORS, all
MEDICINE CABINETS, track included, very good
Kohler Recessed $50, condition, $80
Zenith flush, $15, new in 321-269-3750 NoBrev
boxes, 321-205-6368 SOLAR REEL for in
SOLAR REEL for in
PAINTINGS, ORIGINAL, ground pool, easy opera-
acrylic palm trees, $50, tion, roll- away, length
marlin, $50, red fish, $50, adj. $50 321-242-8522
321-632-6979 NoBrev SONY CFD, 440, com-
PATIO SET, black table, pact disk/ cassette corder
4 mesh chairs, $60, great am/fm radio, excellent
shape, 321-752-0946 cond, $20 321-424-4629
PLYMOUTH VOYAGER SURF BOARD $50,Boo-
for repair or parts, de- gie board $5, 7-1/4" cir-
pendable, just $200 obo cular saw $50
321-298-9570 SoBrev 321-676-4706 SoBrev
SWING ALONG castle,
POSTER- 'Lady in the Little Tykes, ex. cond, no
dark', 1943 #ed, 1/2 cracks, 3 point safety belt
sheet, good cond, $199 $50, 321-837-1141
321-726-8714 SoBrev
TABLE SAW. 10", very
PRINTER, EPSON Sty- good cond, w/ extra blade
lus, in excellent condition, for plywood cutting $60,
model #CX6400, $45 321-269-8965 NoBrev
321-952-7746 SoBrev
TABLE TOP, glass, new
PRINTER, EPSON, new still in box, 60" top with
in box, model R280, ogee edge,$150
prints documents & to CD 321-453-7979 SoBrev
$40, 321-777-9310 TABLE, 4 chairs, metal,
QUILTING FRAME, fair- round glass top, dining,
loom, tiltable, for serious 45" across, $65,
quilter, dowels w. ra- 321-409-5597 SoBrev
chets, $25, 321-676-5882 TABLE, GLASS, for din-
RANGE- Jenn-Air elec ing room, & 4 chairs,
Stainless burner & grill black, $150
cartridges. $100 Great 321-777-6334
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EDGEWATER Two
charming block cottages
on 1 large fenced lot. B-3
zoned, 2nd house could
be rental/studio/comm.
Designer tile, fireplace,
fruit trees. Walk to river.
$94,000. 386-427-6532


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COCOA SHORT SALE -
4BDRM/3BATH $139K.
$4900down $895/mo.
Call Jack Realty USA
1-800-559-4321
INDIAN HARBOUR BCH
Open Sunday 1-4pm. In
Martesia, 173 Martesia
Way, beach access, play-
ground for kids, tennis,
conservation area trails.
(Realtor) 321-752-0808
MOUNTAINS OF NC.
New 1328 sq. ft. Unfin-
ished Log Cabin w/ Loft
Front Porch Large Deck
on Acreage w/access to
Bold Stream. $84,900
Minutes to Chimney Rock
State Park. For Pictures
& Details. 1-828-286-
1666.
SATELLITE BCH 4bdrm
pool home,terazzo,$235k
MELBOURNE BCH 1blk
to bch, 3bdrm, Mexican
tile $299K. Oceanside
Realty 321-951-7577
SATELLITE BCH-Desoto
area 4bd/2ba remodeled,
$220,000. MELBOURNE
-Eau Gallie 3bd/1ba great
home, $100,000, Owner
financing. 321-223-3410

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SE PALM BAY Bayside
Lakes Beauty! Large cor-
ner lot Spacious 4/3/2,
many features $217K
Darlene Cetola, Lafferty
Group RE, 772-473-4168

TITUSVILLE Open Sun.
1-4pm. Great location.
Parade of homes winner
4br/3ba/4car gar. lacre
lakefront. 3883 Rambling
Acres Dr. off S Carpenter
(Builder) 321-259-0202
WEST COCOA by owner
3-br/2-ba oversized 2-car
garage Tile floors
thru-out. CBS const,
fenced yard, built in '98.
$145K 321-455-6693






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2000sf wood floors, pool,
fireplace, whirlpool tubs.
Lease / lease purchase,
rates vary 321-543-7677




BEST BUY IN THE
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS!
2.5acre parcel. Gated
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view. High altitude.
Bryson City $39,500.
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Owner 1-800-810-1590
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an Adult Park From
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MELBOURNE 55+ Lamp
lighter Village, by owner
dblwd. 2/2, carport, FL rm
large shed. New A/C &
Thermopane windows.
Many activities. Exc cond
$42,900 321-724-4626
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MELBOURNE Active
55+ Lake Shore Villas,
Updated 2/2, carport
1440sqft wet bar, Ig
porch, shed $49,900
321-951-9516
MELBOURNE Gorgeous
totally new modern bath
new kitchen cabinets.
laminate floors thru-out.
Reasonable rent. Asking
$11,900 321-426-9862
MELBOURNE Hollywood
Estates 55+ Own your
own land. Renovated
2-br/1.5-ba Large carport,
screen room, Corner lot.
$49,900 321-727-1960
MELBOURNE: Only
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Call 321-806-1240
PALM HARBOR: Huge
3br/2ba loaded 14 hous-
es to choose from.
Starting at $399/mo. On
your property
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Park Homes for Sale
from $2,000 to $18,000
Base lot rents from $367/mo
FREE cable Also, Empty lots
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Monthly/Seasonal RV Storage
Sites, $100/mo No hookups
Park Mgr.
407-283-5277
VERO BEACH: Anxious
seller. Own your own lot
in 55+ comm. New Furn
2/2, fl room. Considering
all offers. Financing avail-
able. Qualifies for First
Time Home Buyers Tax
Credit 866-605-7255




BEST BUY IN NC
MOUNTAINS!
2.5acre parcel. Gated
development.Spectacular
view. High altitude.
Bryson City $39,500.
Owner financing.
Owner 1-800-810-1590
www.wildcatknob.com


SERENADE STEEL pool
with 1HP pump and all
accessories. In perfect
cond $500. 321-409-2698
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land with the best views
in the Smokies, direct
lake access. Water &
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$4350/down $221/mo
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GEORGIA
2,3&4BDRM HOMES.
Macon& Atlanta near
major interstates.
Move-In-Ready!
Remodeled. New
Carpet/Paint, Cabinets.
Safe Communities.
Starting@ $54,900
Owner Financing,
Low Down, No Credit
Check. 706-364-4200
GEORGIA QUIET,
COUNTRY LIVING.
3acre to 6acre lots. No
traffic/red lights. Only 20
mins. to the large city of
Dublin. Owner financing
$110/mo. For pictures:
678-644-0547
GEORGIA BLUE
RIDGE MOUNTAINS
Only 4 remain! Reduced
for immediate sale!
2.5acre lots on incredible
trout stream, county
water, pristine location on
Cutcane Rd., $39,000.
Seller Financing.
706-364-4200
GEORGIA LAND
Incredible investment,
acre to 20acres
Starting @ $3750/acre.
Washington County near
Augusta. Low taxes,
beautiful weather. Seller
financing w/easy terms
from $179/mo.
706-364-4200
LAND SALE NOTICE:
VIRGINIA MTNS
Closeout Sale!- 2.5 acres
with pond near stocked
trout stream, near state
park, $29,500, must sell.
Bank financing.
1-866-789-8535
LOG CABIN on 5 acres
with Dockable Lakefront
only $69,900. 1791 sf log
cabin kit on 5 acres with
dockable lake frontage
on 12,000 acre recrea-
tional lake. Boat to Gulf
of Mexico. All amenities
completed! Excellent fi-
nancing. Call now
(866)952-5339, x1589


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PALM BAY Female to
share home with clean
responsible person.
Rooms from $375-$450.
This could be the place
for you, call 321-208-4917
PALM BAY Furn Br &
bath. Full house priv.
Includes util, cable, w/d
$100/wk + security Ref-
erences 321-327-3483
SATELLITE BEACH on
water, female preferred 3
furn rms & bath private
upstairs House priv Deck,
garage, utilities $560/mo
321-773-7737/ 266-5202
W. MELBOURNE avail
Oct 1. Furn room with
house privileges. Pool
avail $500/mo Must see.
321-212-9908
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CAPE CANAVERAL
Immediate Occupancy
Efficiency nr beach. Furn,
Cable TV, A/C $135/wkly
& up. Long term. No pets.
321-223-1156
EAU GALLIE 1 br, West-
over Pines, $545. Many
extras, no pets. Credit
check. 2 months 1/2
OFF! 321-254-0997
INDIALANTIC-Beachside
A1A, remodeled 2bd/2ba
condo, 1st floor, pool,
tennis etc. 151b pets ok.
No pickups. $895/month.
Call 321-773-1275
MELBOURNE Lake
Washington in Golf View.
2br/2ba tile & carpet thru-
out, everything new!
Inclds water, pest, cable,
$795/mo. 321-254-0997
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CHEVY NOVA 1970- 350
auto, bucket seats, cold
air, Rally wheels
Restored to original
$9900/obo 772-201-2838
see photos online at
www.HometownNewsOL.
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FORD MODEL A-
convertible with rumble
seat. 1980 reproduction
made by Shey motors in
Detroit. side mount tire.
Grey and black. Shows
like new. 1100 orig
miles. No rust, radio,
heater, trunk. Garaged
$20,000/obo
772-299-0420


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DODGE INTREPID 2003
32,200 miles, Red dark
grey interior. Good cond.
New brakes, good tires.
$4999321-777-0114
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TOYOTA COROLLA '02,
automatic, gets 35 mpg,
good cond, cold a/c new
battery & brakes 90,000
mi, $6000 321-216-8033
VOLVO 850 T5, black,
1997. Well maintained,
fully loaded, good tires,
cold A/C, sunroof. 138K
miles $3618/obo
321-591-7794
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MELBOURNE: 2br/1ba
freshly painted, CHA,
$600/mo water & cable
optional. Close to every-
thing. 321-543-2990

MELBOURNE: Clean &
Ready move in. Close to
Holmes Regional.
1br $500, 2br $600 407-
929-0284,321-704-7188

PALM BAY 3-br/2.5-ba
condo with porch, cable
& 42" HDTV, pool. 5 mins
to FIT Close to beach.
Oak trees, quiet area.
$800/mo 321-243-9500
PALM BAY Sunrise
Properties. Affordable,
remodeled apts. Studios,
1 & 2 Br units avail. From
$400. 321-725-7544

SEBASTIAN PELICAN
Point 2/2 1stfl, 5th green,
free tennis, golf, cable,
boat slip, ocean access.
$800/mo, Seasonal
$2000 732-961-9022

SEBASTIAN- Spacious
3/2 bedroom MOVE IN
SPECIAL ONLY $200.
W/D in all units, cable,
water, sewer & more in-
cluded. 772-581-4440
*restrictions apply
*Income restrictions apply

SUNTREE Spacious
3bdrm/2bath 1st floor,
unfurn., incls washer/dry-
er, fridge, stove, dish-
washer. Avail. Now! 6 or
12 month lease, $895/mo
sec. dep. req. Pet Nego.
Call Jeannie for pictures
& info: 321-474-1810
photos & floor plan: www.
HometownNewsClassifie
ds.com Ad# 44586

TITUSVILLE 3br/2ba/
2car garage. Plantation
Oaks. Built in 2005.
1900sf. community pool,
large screened porch,
$950/mo. 321-452-7118


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TITUSVILLE: Nice large
2/2.5 condo, scrn porch,
centrally located, no pets.
$800/mo 321-383-0380
or 321-536-3320
VERO BEACH 55+ Villa
Mar Furnished 2/2 1st
floor. FL room, Comm
pool & clbhse. $700/mo
+ sec 772-569-2354
VERO BEACH Laguna
2-br condo. Gated, pool,
tennis, fitness. $725/mo
+ security. Call
772-234-4723

IBEN NOW
VERO BEACH: Call for
specials! 1br from $475,
2br from $600 incl
water/sewer, Tile, New
appl. Near Beach, Park &
Restaurant 772-563-0013
VIERA- The Greens,
3br/2ba, new carpets.
includes washer/dryer,
community pool, gym,
$950/mo. 321-266-1470
WEST MELBOURNE 2br
/1ba duplex. Unique in a
tropical setting and an
offbeat neighborhood.
Suitable for 1 or 2 people
$600/mo 321-984-2361


MELBOURNE BEACH
Iblk to bch, 3/2, overszd
lot,screened pool, granite
countertops, frplc, rent or
sell, $1450.321-213-2654
See photos online www.
HometownNewsClassifie
ds.com ad#46054
MELBOURNE Downtown
Off US 1, 3 Br/ 2ba, 1250
sf. Scrn porch. Nr river,
beaches. $825/mo. Ideal
for home based busi-
ness. 413-684-1436
PALM BAY 2BR/1BA
carport. 138 Lehigh Ave
SE. 6 or 12 month lease
$700/mo. Large fenced
yard. 321-952-5778



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PALM BAY 3/2/2 2,029
sq ft including garage, all
appl, tile, carpet, freshly
painted, off Jupiter St.
$900/mo ready mid Sept.
pets welcome w/sec dep
321-517-9064
PALM BAY SE, 3/2/1
quiet area, washer/dryer,
tile thru-out, small pet ok.
$750/mo + sec. dep.
321-544-6652
PALM BAY: Clean 4/3/3,
2300sqft, carpet & tile,
roman tub in master bath
$1200/mo 321-945-8047
TITUSVILLE: 3br/1.5ba
w/carport, semi furnish-
ed, W/D, Lawn Svc incl.
Walk to Searstown Mall.
$750/mo 321-684-3005
See photos ad #46217
hometownnewsol.com
W. MELBOURNE Quiet
country neighborhood,
3bd/2ba/2car garage, exc
schools, handicapped
modified, $1,100/mo +
security 321-952-4865



INDIAN HARBOUR BCH
3BR/3BA story town-
home, pool, 1 block from
beach. $1250/mo. incl.
cable, min 7 month lease.
F/L/S 321-223-8705
MELBOURNE BEACH
Nicely Furnished 3/2. 150
steps from ocean. Pool, 2
fireplaces. Near Gemini,
downtown. $1400 incls
water, cbl, $100 credit on
electric, nationwide
phone. 321-446-4454
Photos online wwwHome
townNewsClassifieds.co
m AD#45730

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MERRITT ISL New Lux-
ury townhomes, 3/2.5/1cg
2000sf wood floors, pool,
fireplace, whirlpool tubs.
Lease / lease purchase,
rates vary 321-543-7677


2006 KAWASAKI Vulcan
1600 classic Like new
3001 miles. Black &
maroon. Factory custom
paint. $8500/obo
321-327-8035

HONDA GOLDWING
1985 Interstate 1200,
needs fuel pump &
battery. $900/obo
321-327-2667 or
321-368-8006

HONDA GOLDWING GL
1100. 1980 Fairing good
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