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Vol. 6, No. 21 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, December 18, 2009


STORE
YOUR
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, ) HOW WEIRD
a IS THAT?!
S SEAN MCCARTHY



spend any time surfing
the Web 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 newsherald.com:
Man lies about robbery
over fear of wife
A Panama City Beach
man reportedly admitted to
deputies that he lied about
being robbed so he would-
n't have to tell his wife he
spent the money.
The Bay County Sheriff's
Office reported a 30-year-
old man was arrested and
charged with making a
false report. According to a
See WEIRD, A9


MERRY AND BRIGHT

The Space
Coast Light
Fest
delights
visitors
once again
this year


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Calendar
Classified
Crossword
Out & About


B7 Police Report A5
B8 Star Scopes B1
B6 Travel A8
B1 Viewpoint A6


Low-


income


seniors


donate


toys

By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
They had little to offer,
but everything to give.
More than 200 low-
income seniors at Trinity
Towers collected more
than 500 toys for needy
children in roughly three
weeks after responding
to a call put out by prop-
erty manager Joe Downs.
Mr. Downs, who has a
background in law
enforcement, was speak-
ing to his friend, Mel-
bourne Police Officer
John Pasko, about insti-
tuting a charitable giving
program, when Office
Pasko said he could use
help collecting toys for
his organization, Fami-
See DONATE, A3



NASA


sponsors

water


recycling


contest
By Jenet Krol
Krol@hometownnewsol.com
BREVARD COUNTY
- after is one of the
basic necessities of life.
With plans to return
man to the moon and
establish a moon base,
NASA scientists must
figure out how to keep
astronauts alive in an
environment devoid
water, oxygen and grav-
ity; some of the essen-
tial factors for sustain-
ing human life.
A water recycling sys-
tem will be the solution
to providing drinking
water for astronauts liv-
ing on a moon base,
and NASA has launched
a competition for fifth-
See NASA, A3


Council to file appeal


against Daily Bread


By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
City staff members are
preparing an amendatory
ordinance to present to the
City Council at the beginning
of the year that would clarify
definitions in Melbourne's
zoning code after a three-


judge panel ruled against the
city in what could be a "prece-
dent-setting" case.
Melbourne city attorney
Paul Gougelman said the rul-
ing in Daily Bread's case
against the city could affect
future properties in a negative
See APPEAL, A5


A-caroling we will go


Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
Santa Claus stopped by the Indian River Coffee on Wickham Road to listen to Christmas Carols and wish lists on Sat-
urday, Dec. 12. The Meritt Island Christian School Honors Choir sang under the direction of Lizzie Brannan.



Thousands turn out for yearly toy run


By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.com
BREVARD COUNTY -
Thousands of motorcyclists
lined Brevard County's
roadways last Sunday with
their sights set on children
in need.
For the 28th consecutive
year, the Brevard County
Chapter of ABATE of Flori-
da hosted its 2009 Toy Run
Dec. 6, which featured
more than 8,000 motorcy-
cles and even more partici-
pants from throughout the
state.
The event began at noon


at Merritt Square Mall,
where music, vendors and
a live DJ greeted partici-
pants.
From there, the bikes,
escorted by members of the
Brevard County Sheriff's
Office, traveled two-by-two
along S.R. 520 to U.S. 1 in
Melbourne, ending at the
Wickham Park Pavilion for
more music, food and
activities.
For each motorcycle
entry fee, participants were
asked to bring one
unwrapped toy for a child
in need, said Mike Pope,
president of the Brevard


ABATE Chapter.
More than $100,000
worth of toys were collect-
ed this year and divided
amongst the Azan Shrine
Center of Melbourne,
which partnered with
ABATE to host the event, as
well as the Cocoa Police
Department, South Brevard
Sharing Center and the
Brevard County Housing
Authority. Each of these
organizations distribute
the toys to local children
each year.
"Despite the current
economy, we actually col-
lected more toys than last
year," Mr. Pope said. "I


think people understand
how many people have lost
their jobs. And when that
happens, it's tough to cre-
ate a nice Christmas for
their kids. It's the children
who are suffering, and the
community is aware of
this."
ABATE of Florida, which
stands for American Bikers
Aiming Toward Education,
is a nonprofit organization
that promotes motorcycle
rights and safety, as well as
assisting those less fortu-
nate.
Currently, the Brevard
See RUN A4


Local students take the spotlight


-r
Andy Stefanek/staff photographer
Mackenzie Cochran, 9, of Viera and Barrett Bollinger, 9, of
Indialantic both plan to audition for the 'My Legacy Winter
Showcase 2010' Feb. 20 at the King Center. The perform-
ance will feature both mainstream students and students
in the BPS Exceptional Student Education Program from
throughout Brevard County.


By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.com
BREVARD COUNTY -
Students from throughout
Brevard County will take
center stage this winter as
part of a unique cast with a
wide-range of abilities.
For the first time, main-
stream students will team
up with students from the
Exceptional Student Edu-
cation Program at Brevard
Public Schools to organize
a showcase of talent for
hundreds to view.
The idea for the project
lies in the hands of one
Indialantic mother, who
has worked diligently for


the past five years to pro-
vide a platform for local
children to discover their
own personal talents, while
gaining necessary life skills
along the way.
In 2008, Donna Bollinger
founded Legacy Sports &
Life Skills, a nonprofit
organization that connects
children and teens with
experts in activities such as
junior lifeguarding and
basketball and volleyball
skills and fundamentals.
Now, the organization
has expanded to include
the performing arts.
"Our emblem is a
crown," said Ms. Bollinger,
a mother of four young


children. "The crests repre-
sent the different activities
we will offer, while the jew-
els represent the kids who
will shine after finding an
activity they love."
The Legacy team is
actively searching for a cast
of 50 students ages 9-17,
who show a knack for
everything from singing
and acting to set design
and stage-managing.
For the next several
months, the cast will work
with local performing arts
teachers and music
instructors twice a week to
create a variety-typed
See SPOTLIGHT, A9


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Local mom gains support for unique housing community


By Tammy Roberts
roberts@hometownnewsol.com
While he was known to
have many friends in
school, Matthew Strobel,
25, of Palm Bay lost touch
with most of them after
graduation.
Without enough oppor-
tunities to venture out into
the community, Matthew,
who developed blindness,
along with several learning
disabilities after being
diagnosed with a brain
tumor at age 7, felt con-
fined to his home and
immediate family.
"Matthew has basically
sat in his room for the past
five years. He no longer
wants to rely on the gov-
ernment to pay his way and
send him a check every
month," said Pam Strobel,
Matthew's mother. "His
goal is to be gainfully
employed. He wants to be a


contributing member of
society he just needs
some extra help."
Matthew's aspiration,
along with that of hundreds
of other individuals
throughout the communi-
ty, is becoming more and
more attainable thanks to
the vision of one local
mother.
For the past 22 years,
Betsy Farmer, whose son,
Luke, was born with Down
syndrome in 1985, has put
all of her energy into devel-
oping a community that
provides more opportuni-
ties for people with special
needs.
She was instrumental in
creating the Space Coast
Early Intervention Center, a
nonprofit preschool and
therapeutic center for chil-
dren with disabilities, and
has opened the door to
dozens of career opportu-
nities for qualified workers


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Betsy Farmer, with son Luke, 24, of Palm Bay, envisions an
inclusive housing opportunity in Brevard for individuals
with varying special needs and talents.


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Now, she is officially
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Ms. Farmer envisions an
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Its design concept, Ms.
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"This is a vision that God
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everything from the floor
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site amenities all of which
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dents.
The Promise plan fea-
tures a wheelchair-accessi-
ble pool, hot tub, putt-putt
golf course and computer
lab, as well as a coffee shop,
mini-store, organic green-
house, arcade, hair and nail
salon, and food court.
Other amenities include
a video production area,
dog park and culinary arts
program, as well as transi-
tional housing opportuni-
ties for foster care youth at
the Promise site.
"Promise will provide a
variety of vocational train-
ing opportunities for resi-
dents to gain work skills
that can be used to obtain
employment," Ms. Farmer
said. "Our vision is to have
all residents either working
at Promise or in the com-
munity."
In order to move forward
with the project, Ms.
Farmer hopes to raise
$150,000 in seed money for
2010, which will be used to
establish an office, hire
staff and consult with


As a way to raise funds to
make the "Promise" dream
a reality, its team is
encouraging individuals,
businesses and organiza-
tions to kick off the "We
Promise" campaign by
hosting a fundraising
event to benefit the project
on Feb. 12, 2010.
Current fundraising
ideas include hair cut-a-
thons, car washes, bake
sales, donating a percent-
age of daily sales, match-
ing funds, dance-a-thons
and poker runs.
For information or to
suggest a fundraising idea,
visit www.promiseinbre-
vard.com or call Betsy
Farmer at (321) 536- 7062.

Community
Feedback about the
'Promise' concept
"To me, Promise
means a place where I can
be more independent.
Being a member of the
'Dream Team' gives me a
say so about what my
future home will look like."
Matthew Strobel, 25, of
Palm Bay
"This project is
absolutely perfect.
Matthew is such a wonder-
ful young man. He's very
personable, loving, kind
and funny, and he would
be a tremendous attribute,
as many other young peo-
ple would be, to this future
community." Pam Stro-
bel of Palm Bay
"For years, I've been
struggling with the idea of
what my son was going to
do after he graduates. At

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thought of a group home
was scary to me. This idea
just makes sense." Pam
Biddulph, of Indialantic,
whose son, Zachary, 18, is
a Satellite High graduate,
who has Down syndrome.
"This is something the
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blessing. Brooke will have
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accepted in a safe environ-
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Edwards of Satellite Beach,
whose granddaughter,
Brooke, 18, is a Satellite
High graduate, who has
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"Our son, Daniel, is an
amazing person. He's a
hard worker, extremely
spiritual and very social.
We've always wanted him
to be as independent as
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tic. Having him live totally
on his own would proba-
bly not be the most appro-
priate situation for him
due to his hearing impair-
ment and special needs.
Promise would be a place
he could call his own. He
will have many social
opportunities right in the
community and assistance
if he may need it. My hus-
band and I know we will
not live forever, and we
want Daniel to have a safe,
comfortable home with a
community of caring
neighbors and friends." -
Diane Loehner of Satellite
Beach, whose son, Daniel,
25, is hearing impaired
and a graduate of Eau Gal-
lie High School.

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lies of the Shield, which aids
families who have lost loved
ones in the line of duty.
"I put (the idea) out to the
residents, and in three
weeks we had about 500
toys," Mr. Downs said.
The great response
prompted Mr. Downs and
the residents to organize a
festive, holiday-themed
presentation of the toys to
Officer Pasko, and residents
came together to bake
cookies. Publix donated the
punch, and about 250 resi-
dents showed up to take
part in the celebration.
"Joe called to invite me to
the presentation and he
said, 'You're not going to
believe it,'" Officer Pasko
said. "I try to give 150 per-
cent to everything I do, but
when it comes to children
and the elderly, they're vul-
nerable and I believe it's our
position in society to help
them through."
Those in attendance at
the presentation also
included the board of direc-
tors of Trinity Towers,
Father Steve Easterday,
president of the board of
directors and priest at Holy
Trinity Episcopal Church in
Melbourne, and several
Melbourne City Council
members.


NASA
From page Al
through eighth-graders to
design such a system.
Teams competing in the
waste limitation manage-
ment and recycling design
challenge will design a water
recycling system that will
produce drinkable water
from a simulated wastewater
stream and submit their pro-
posal to NASA, said Tracy
Young, media specialist with
Kennedy Space Center.
"We don't know if we will
have any natural resources
on the moon and teams will


Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
Piles of toys were handed over to the Melbourne Police Department on Monday, Dec. 7.
The toys were all donated by residents of Trinity Towers. Residents Juanita Rails and Tere-
sa Fantasir are shown with a donated teddy bear.


Florence Galler and her
husband, Robert, who have
lived at Trinity Towers for
almost 10 years, donated a
toy guitar to the collection.
The Gallers, who have
three children, 11 grand-
children and four great-
grandchildren who live out
of state, said that although
they live on a fixed income,
they were moved to donate


be staying up there for six
months or longer," she said.
"Water is a precious com-
modity."
Currently, the Internation-
al Space Station uses a water
recycling system, but it is
replenished with every shut-
tle mission.
Astronauts on a moon base
would not have the ability to
replenish their water supply
so frequently, so a new sys-
tem must be designed, said
Ms. Young.
Teams of six students and
one adult teacher or mentor
may participate in the com-
petition. Teams can include
school groups, home school


a toy to a needy child.
"I just wanted to," Mrs.
Galler said. "I had to, and I
think everybody felt the
same way. We may be old in
the building, but we try our
best. I donated because I
would never want to see a
child go without on Christ-
mas. We spend money every
day on something that's
foolish. Why not put it to


good use?"
Barbara Dillery, a mem-
ber of the Trinity Towers
board of directors, praised
the residents for their gen-
erosity.
"What impressed me the
most was there was so
much love exhibited by
these low-income seniors
for these underprivileged
children," she said.


"We don't know if we will have any natural
resources on the moon and teams will be
staying up there for six months or longer.
Water is a precious commodity'.

Tracy Young
Kennedy Space Center
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Florida Institute of Technology
hosts event at Melbourne Hilton


By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com

If history is doomed to
repeat itself, then luckily,
thanks to the bright minds
in attendance at Florida
Institute of Technology's
Conference on Global Pre-
paredness, the world will be
better suited to deal with


disasters.
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and preserve national and
global assets and human
lives, university officials
said.
Will Corry, vice president
international of Lightstep
Technologies Ltd., based in
Belfast, Northern Ireland,
was on hand to demonstrate
Lightstep's Intelligent Evac-
uation Technology. The illu-
minated system, which can
be installed in any business,
ushers people toward safe
evacuation routes in the
event of an emergency
through a series of color-
coded lights and symbols.
Lighted strips in different
colors are activated in the
event of an evacuation situ-
ation. Green indicates a safe
route, while red indicates
danger. The lights are
installed on doors, in hall-
ways and on stairs to lead
people out of buildings safe-
ly.
For example, Mr. Corry
said, the system is ideal for
hotels, where many occu-
pants are unfamiliar with
emergency evacuation
routes.
"Let's say you come out of
your hotel room in the mid-
dle of the night and you're
looking for a way out of the
building," Mr. Corry said.
"(This system) will lead
evacuees to the nearest,
safest exit."
Mr. Corry said the system
is also "smart" and can
determine when a route,
such as a stairwell, has
become too crowded with
evacuees to accommodate
more people.
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Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
During the conference, Mike Dunn, production manager at Adacel Systems Inc., demon-
strates a simulator used to train security personnel.


cal applications for cruise
ships, offshore oil platforms,
subway systems and even
mines, as well as office and
government buildings.
"We're just about to install
(the system) in one of the
major hotels in Dubai," he
said. "It's just coming on the
market."
Brian Hennessey, director
of advanced programs for
Adacel Systems Inc., based
in Orlando, showed confer-
ence attendees his compa-
ny's VAST Security Systems
Simulator, which uses a
three-dimensional photo
realistic representation of a
facility and enables users to
create the sensors, cameras
and networks that make up
a base's security infrastruc-


ture.
Scenarios can be created
with mock attacks on the
facility by dismounted per-
sonnel, vehicles and aircraft.
The operators then have to
assess and react to threats as
they would in real life.
The simulator is used for
security force personnel
training, security assess-
ment, planning and evalua-
tion and emergency
response training.
"We use this simulator to
see what kind of skills (secu-
rity personnel at critical
infrastructure facilities)
have and what they need,"
Mr. Hennessey said.
Cliff Bragdon, dean of
continuing education for
FIT, said the conference was
designed as a step in devel-
oping a global approach for
preparedness and resiliency,
particularly in areas of
cybersecurity, emergency
preparedness, human fac-
tors and the economy.
Mr. Bragdon, who is also
vice president of strategic
initiatives for FIT, said the


university is currently set-
ting up a new Global Center
for Preparedness, which is
organized to integrate the
preparation for and the
response to natural and
man-made disasters as well
as promoting a sustainable
and resilient infrastructure
in order to protect physical
assets and human life.
In addition to serving as a
repository for best profes-
sional practices and an
incubator for innovative
technologies, the center's
mission is to provide train-
ing, certification and aca-
demic instruction, consulta-
tion services, performance
assessment and quality
assurance, modeling and
simulation and research on
a global basis.
"We just got our first and
second members, Lightstep
and Timewise," Mr. Bragdon
said. "Our goal is to have 20
members to work on global
preparedness."
For more information on
Florida Institute of Technol-
ogy, visitwww.fit.edu.


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as well as members of the
Treasure Coast Chapter, to
organize the Toy Run.
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has participated in the Toy
Run for the past three years,
said the event is not only a
chance to meet up with old
friends, it's also an opportu-
nity to help children in need.
"A lot of kids in the county
don't have anything from
Christmas, so it's important
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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
oflaw.
Melbourne
Police Department

Melodee Mansfield Jor-
dan, 43, of 3173 White Road,
Melbourne, was charged Dec.
4 with grand theft.
Ovidio Antonio Montilla,
23, of 600 Challoupe St. S.E.,
Palm Bay, was charged Dec. 4
with felony violation of pro-
bation and contempt of court.
Fredrick Doerrie, 39, of
2452 Glasburn Circle, West
Melbourne, was charged Dec.
5 with possession of a con-
trolled substance without a
prescription.
*William Perez, 41, of 1177
Jupiter Blvd. N.W., Palm Bay
was charged Dec. 5 with driv-
ing under the influence, pos-
session of more than 10 grams
of heroin, possession of drug
paraphernalia and driving
while license suspended.
Jason Michael Burns, 32,
of 2320 Lakeview Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 5
with grand theft and posses-
sion of a controlled substance
without a prescription.
Robert Anthony Gabriel,
55, of 2664 Pineapple Ave.,
Melbourne, was charged Dec.
6 with two counts of aggravat-
ed assault with a deadly
weapon.
Jerry A. Liby, 39, of 792
Aurora Road, Melbourne, was
charged Dec. 6 with disorderly
conduct, resisting arrest with-
out violence and battery on a
p o 1 i c e
officer/firefighter/EMT.
James Cagney Vickers, 68,
of 1485 Guava Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 6
with aggravated assault with a
deadlyweapon.
Lee Michael Carrante, 41,
of 839 Pelican Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 7
with driving under the influ-
ence and driving while license
suspended.
Mark Nelson, 49, of 420 S.
Harbor City Blvd., Melbourne,
was charged Dec. 7 with two
counts of felony violation of


probation.
Monica A. Burdick, 39, of
3030 Nancy St., West Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 8
with driving under the influ-
ence, refusal to submit to a
test for impairment and driv-
ing while license suspended.
Lee Robert Sabatino, 27, of
2880 Wickham Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 8
with possession of drug para-
pheralia and two counts of
possession of a controlled
substance without a prescrip-
tion.
Jason Pierre Archie, 23, of
220 University Blvd., Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 9
with resisting arrest without
violence, possession of more
than 20 grams of marijuana
and possession of cocaine.
Anna Lin Woosley-Rowe,
38, of 2237 Woodwind Trail,
Melbourne, was charged Dec.
9 with theft of a credit card,
fraud, grand theft, passing a
forged /altered instrument,
driving while license sus-
pended and passing/display-
ing a forged permit.
Jackie A. Gerard, 20, of 425
Crescent Drive, Melbourne,
was charged Dec. 10 with bat-
tery on a police officer/fire-
fighter/EMT and resisting
arrest without violence.
Desire C. Huffman, 32, of
2014Wallace Ave., Melbourne,
was charged Dec. 10 with
resisting arrest without vio-
lence, battery on a police offi-
cer/firefighter/EMT, battery,
possession of drug parapher-
nalia and three counts of pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance without a prescription.

West Melbourne
Police Department

Derek Matthew Johnson,
19, of 34 Rainbow Road, Indi-
an Harbour Beach, was
charged Dec. 6 with felony
violation of probation and
retail theft.

Brevard County
Sheriffs Office

Terrence Jonathan Flani-
gan, 58, of 4090 Aurora Road,
Melbourne, was charged


Dec. 4 with felony violation
of probation.
Crystal Marie Leahy, 19,
of 893 Delmar Court, West
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 4 with two counts of
felony violation of proba-
tion.
Karen Renay Smith, 39,
of 870 Hickory St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 4
with possession of drugs
with intent to sell, smuggling
contraband into a detention
center and two counts of
felony violation of proba-
tion.
Michael J. Dombrowski,
29, of 29 Circle Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 5
with two counts of felony
failure to appear.
Michael Justin Howe, 26,
of 325 University Blvd., Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 5
with felony violation of pro-
bation.
Janice M. Bentley, 26, of
8176 Harbor City Blvd., Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 6
with felony violation of pro-
bation and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Crystal Dawn McDon-
alds, 21, address unknown,
was charged Dec. 6 with pos-
session of cocaine, smug-
gling contraband into a
detention center and three
counts of possession of a
controlled substance with-
out a prescription.
Robert Anthony Sava, 45,
address unknown, was
charged Dec. 6 with armed
trespassing.
Jacob Thomas Byrd, 21,
of 2390 Sarno Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 7
with felony violation of pro-


bation.
Benjamin W Huminski,
30, of 901 Brothers Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 9
as an out-of-state fugitive.
Roy Steven Minoso, 37, of
760 Carolin St., Melbourne,
was charged Dec. 9 on an
out-of-county warrant.
Edgar Douglas Moore, 19,
of 2377 Fountainhead Blvd.,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 9 with a sexual offense
with a victim between 12 and
15 years of age.
Eugene Martin Leone, 30,
of 123 River Oaks Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 8
with felony violation of pro-
bation.
Jackie Jamal Hines, 32, of
516 Roberts Ave., Melbourne,
was charged Dec. 9 with
grand theft, kidnapping-
inflicting bodily harm or ter-
rorizing victim, aggravated
assault with a deadly
weapon, armed robbery and
resisting arrest without vio-
lence.
Nathan Anthony
Nicholas, 31, of 1714 Pine St.,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 9 with felony violation
of probation.
Jason Ryan Payton, 28, of
3650 Deerwood Trail, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 9
on an out-of-county war-
rant.
Raymond A. Romero, 33,
of 3040 Mary St., West Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 10
on an out-of-county war-
rant.
Clyde Allen Witham, 50,
of 1690 Bridgewater Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 10 as an out-of-state
fugitive.


Police report


Appeal
From page Al
way. Therefore, city staff
will attempt to clean up
several definitions and
ordinances to prevent
future development
delays.
This new ordinance
came to light while City
Council members dis-
cussed pursuing an appeal
against Daily Bread in their
ongoing fight over zoning
laws.
Three days before
Thanksgiving, a three-
judge panel in the circuit
court of the 18th judicial
circuit for Brevard County
ruled that Melbourne's
economic development
and planning director
Cindy Dittmer misinter-
preted the city's official
definition of a "lot" when
she denied Daily Bread's
request to build an admin-
istrative building on a lot
adjacent to its soup
kitchen at 815 E. Fee Ave.
The property at 815 is
zoned C2, a designation
allowing soup kitchens,
and the adjacent lot, 805, is
zoned C1, or light industri-
al. The city said Daily
Bread could not build an
administrative building on
the adjacent lot because it
is considered an "accesso-
ry use" to the soup kitchen,
which is not allowed in the
C1 zoning.
The court disagreed,
saying, "The definitions of
an accessory use and
accessory structure come
into play only where a sin-
gle lot is involved. It is not
relevant if the lots are, in
fact, two separate lots."
The council voted 5-1 in
favor of pursuing an
appeal, with Council-
woman Joanne Corby dis-
senting. Councilman Mark
LaRusso did not attend the
meeting because he was
out of town on business.
"I feel if we appeal we're
not really solving any-
thing," Mrs. Corby said. "I
just don't think we need to
spend any more money. I'd
really like to see us come to
an agreement."
John Farrell, executive
director of Daily Bread,
said the city's decision to


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pursue an appeal against
his organization is unfor-
tunate.
"I'm disappointed in the
sense that I don't think
they have a leg to stand
on," Mr. Farrell said. "It's
just another delay, but it's
my opinion we'll prevail."
Mr. Gougelman said the
amendatory ordinance,
while not applicable to Daily
Bread, would eliminate
future problems for those
developing property.
"Let's say someone wants
to build a shopping center,
and the stores themselves
might be in the proper zon-
ing, but there's not enough
room for parking and a
wastewater retention pond
and the developer wants to
put those two items in an
adjacent residential neigh-
borhood with different zon-
ing," he said. "Under this
opinion, we would have to
look at (the project) as two
different projects, and we
think that's crazy."
Mr. Gougelman said the
new ordinance, if approved
by the city council, would
not affect Daily Bread
because their case is still in
litigation.
"We're not enacting this to
deal with the Daily Bread
issue before us now, but
what we're trying to do is
deal with other situations
that come up," Mr. Gougel-
man said.
Mr. Gougelman also said
the city is pursuing the
appeal because while he
and city staff respect the
opinion of the court, they
feel there's been an "error of
law."
Finally, at the request of
council members Joanne
Corby and Mike Nowlin, Mr.
Gougelman said he would
contact Daily Bread's attor-
ney to try to arrange a meet-
ing where the two sides can
discuss their differences
amicably.
"I think (the council
members' request to
arrange a meeting) was a
message to Daily Bread that
the council wants to work
with them, not against
them," Mr. Gougelman said.
"Enough with the courts
already. There's got to be a
better way to do business.
After the appeal is filed, I will
contact Daily Bread to set up
a meeting."
The city has until Dec. 20
to file its appeal.


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Stop bashing Democrats

President Obama has been in office less than a year. How
do you expect him to clean up the mess that Bush messed
up in eight years. Wake up, Barbara. Why do you hate the
president? He is doing the best he can trying to clean up
eight years of dirt.
At the end of his term I'm sure we will see progress. Any
thing is better than George Bush. I'm sure President Obama
will be re-elected in 2012. There is also a lot of prayers going
out for him. There are Christians in the Democratic party.
You did not know this.
People are ignorant over the fact that Rome was not built
in a day. Whatever the president does, Republicans com-
plain. This is the richest country in the world. All the poorer
countries have health care people are suffering and dying
for lack of health care.
One more comment: You Republicans envy President
Obama for getting the Nobel Peace Prize award. You are all
jealous. You should be proud of your country. If Democrats
fail, we all fail, both Republicans and non-voters. Why?
Because this is our country.
Wake up and do right. Unite together and make us proud
to be Americans. Make this the best country for ourselves
and our children's progress. They are the future of America.
Look in the mirror see what looks back at you and try and
make this country a better place. Show respect and consid-
eration for the president of America. He took office in the
worst recession America has ever had.

Some political thoughts

As for as lobbyists go in my concern, it's just legal bribery
which will probably never be eliminated because it benefits
both legal parties.
In regard to the public option on this health care, which
most people don't have a clue about what is really going to
happen, we we're the only country in the world with a for-
profit health insurance set up. For profit insurance is basi-
cally a conflict of interest. If you deny claims, you make
more money for your stockholders. I know that is the capi-
talist way and I don't think that will ever change.

Martha comments are tacky

Martha Stewart, who won't attend a social function unless
she first sanctions the guest list, recently commented on
how much she can't stand Sarah Palin.
It reminded me that I never could stand Martha Stewart,
even before she was an ex-con.

Angels among us

I want to thank the person who found my purse, which I
foolishly left in a shopping cart. They turned it in the man-
ager at Uniform Mart and called Publix, where I had just
been shopping, to let them know where it was in case I had
returned.
You all are truly angels. This is a message for us all to
know and believe that there still are honest and good peo-
ple and our world is still a wonderful. Thank you each one
of you again, and merry Christmas to you all.

He did not keep us safe

This is a response to the rant "He Kept Us Safe." In this
rant it says that he wasn't the sharpest knife in the drawer,
but he did keep us safe after 9/11.
But the real problem, the real fact, the real indictment is
that he didn't keep us safe on 9/11. That was his watch and
he blew it.

Practice your freedom of speech

Many offensive and tasteless things make the so-called
"news" these days. The "Call the witch doctor" rant is cer-
tainly one of the most tasteless.
I am neither black, Democrat, nor Republican, but that is
most certainly racist and highly offensive. It is a thought
that should be reserved for private racist thoughts and e-
mails, certainly not in a "newspaper."






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How many Florida politicians does it take to
change a light bulb?

That depends. How many of them are there?
How many times do we, with scientific training, have to
explain to you, who don't know anything except how to take
bribes under the table, that drilling for oil is a losing propo-
sition in all directions?
Forget the environmental arguments and "beautiful
beaches" crapola they use to sell to the idiots.
Here are the facts:
There is no oil. The oil companies already have millions
of acres in leases that they are not using, because there is no
oil.
What they are so desperately seeking is a way to dispose
of their obsolete equipment in pretending to drill "test
wells," then shrug and say, "too bad, so sad," and take hun-
dreds of millions of dollars in tax write-offs for "explo-
ration."
"Invisible" drilling just means they don't even have to do
any actual drilling. They just haul their filthy garbage out to
sea and dump it.
No "jobs will be created" by moving oil workers around.
Use a brain cell.
The cost of gasoline and electricity will not get lower with
more drilling.
If anything, it will go up. It's controlled by speculators,
remember?
Sheesh, anyone who doesn't know that is too stupid to be
allowed out of their cage, much less be allowed to vote.
And we do not need more oil, period.
You want more jobs? Take the subsidies away from oil
companies and use it to start installing small-scale wind-
mills and passive-solar roofs. There's your local skilled labor.
That can't be outsourced.
Hire more people for recycling, especially electronics.
And more people to separate out usable but "obsolete" elec-
tronics for charities instead of just pouring more poisons
into landfills.
Re-set the HVAC in government buildings to come a little
closer to the weather we dress for. And turn off a few of the
damn lights already.
But absolutely zero, no, nada, no way, any more drilling,
period. And start taking a good hard look at what's already
there.
Didn't Katrina teach you anything? (http://bit. ly/6kL4QZ)

The blame game continues

While everyone is griping about "President Obama did
this" and "President Obama didn't do that," how many of
you are doing your part?
Taking my dog for a walk at four in the morning, I saw
three, count'em, three, houses with sprinklers running. This
was a recent Saturday, when it rained a solid two inches -
and these dimwits were too lazy to go flip the "off" switch on
their automatic timers. (Their yards are full of dollarweed,
too. Serves them right.)
Native grass does not need to be watered every day. It
doesn't even need to be watered every week. And nobody is
impressed with your "thick bright green lawn."
They're impressed with my wild grapefruit tree, though. I
put a sign at the end of the road, "Help yourself." Napalm
probably wouldn't kill that thing. In the meantime, a lot of
kids are either not worried about scurvy, or are inventing


new kinds of batteries.
Plant a useful plant, and feed and water it until it's estab-
lished. Then let it fend for itself the way God intended.
Grass is not a useful plant unless you're a horse.
And by the way, if you want to save the poor guy driving
the recycling truck an extra trip (and a couple of hundred
gallons of fuel), put your recycle bins on the opposite side of
the road from the mailbox. His truck only has bins on one
side. That way, you save him from having to double back,
and you keep the recycle bins out of the way of the mail
truck, and make him happy, too.
See? Little things. Costs you 30 seconds. Saves them three
hours.
Now, go turn off your bathroom light already.

American-made is the key

This is a rant about today's shopping in America?
I'm interested in buying a pair of shoes with leather soles.
Our local stores and on-line stores only offer shoes that
have manmade, rubber, or synthetic soles and all of them
are made in China, carrying the labels of Hush Puppies,
Naturalizer, Rampage, etc., all name brands.
No big deal you say? Well ... now, it is a "big deal!" I
know, our government has permitted our American manu-
facturers to move their factories to China and other places
in this world. But enough is enough. History on products
from China have proven to be faulty, tainted, shoddy, cheap,
and deadly you've seen it on TV, heard it all on the radio,
and read it in the newspapers/magazines.
Now baby cribs produced in China are the killer. And how
about the drywall sheets from China that are being put into
our new and renovated homes since 1996? The fumes from
the drywall is affecting everyone in contact with it. We won't
know the results of breathing the gasses the drywall is emit-
ting for another 10-plus years.
When the heck are we Americans going to wake up and
stop purchasing this junk? We already know thatWal-Mart is
a big supplier of products made in China. When Sam Wal-
ton was alive Wal-Mart advertised "Our products are made
in America." All that died with Sam Walton. You say all you
can afford is Wal-Mart? I found a Web site today that lists
American manufacturers that sell products that are made in
the USA. I went to Google and asked for American-made
women's shoes with leather soles. Go to
stillmadeinusa.comlwomen.html.
You'll be surprised what you find on this Web site all
ranges of price and choices for all kinds of women's prod-
ucts, American-made with American quality. You can also
find things for men, children, pets, etc., by typing still-
madeinusa.corn.
My husband said to me a couple years ago, "When Reagan
allowed our companies to send parts to Mexico to be
assembled, he knew at that time those jobs would never
come back, and plants would be closed, and jobs lost."
In Mexico, more than 1,000 plants were built from the
Gulf to the Pacific. Later, when companies were allowed to
have their products made in China, he said "one day people
won't be able to buy these products made in China because
they won't have money to spend due to having no jobs."
The recession is over and we have a jobless recovery. All
this can be resolved when we start building things here in
America and get our factories and manufacturers back in
America. We need to get jobs back and quality in our prod-
ucts back, and our economy rolling.


Letter


Funding troops is
even a question?

To the editor:
In the Dec. 3 issue of
Florida Today there was an
article that Congress was
concerned on how to fund
the extra monies for addi-
tional troops to
Afghanistan.
What?
Why would Congress


even hesitate to fund our
troops when they are in a
war? I guess Congress has
forgotten our men/women
are being shot at, and some-
times hit? Why hesitate?
Give our military all the
weapons necessary to win.
Anything else is an atrocity
and insult to them being
there in the first place. If we
aren't in this conflict to win,
then our troops need to
come home now!


The part about worrying
where the money is coming
from is an easy one: stop
this nonsense of spending
trillions of dollars to change
health care, and use that
money to get this conflict
over and our troops home, a
no-brainer to me. Congress
didn't hesitate a second over
creating trillions in debt for
health care. Yet they hesi-
tate to give our troops what
they need in the field?


What's wrong with this pic-
ture? Most of Americans
don't want their healthcare
changed anyway, I sure
don't. However, that is being
crammed down our throats
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Garrison Insurance Agency has you covered


CELEBRATE THE HOLIDAYS
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By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
The employees at Garri-
son Insurance Agency in
Melbourne know there are
many options available
when customers are shop-
ping for their personal or
business insurance needs.
What sets them apart,
said owner Patricia Garri-
son, is her company's focus
on customer service.
"People may be able to
go down the street and get
what they need from
another agent, but we real-
ly try to provide service,"
Ms. Garrison said. "If (our
customers) have a ques-
tion, rather than just giving
them a number to call,
we'll make the call for
them."
Garrison Insurance,
located in the 1900 Build-
ing in historic downtown
Melbourne, is a full-service
insurance agency offering
personal, health, life, com-
munity property and casu-
alty, which includes liabili-
ty, worker's compensation,
auto both personal and
commercial and pet
health insurance policies.
The company, which
started at the Gateway
Center in Melbourne, will
celebrate its 25th anniver-
sary this year.


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Staff photo by Jennifer Nessmith
Patricia Garrison, right, meets with staff members Julia Roberts, left, and Karen Belar-
dinelli, center, at her office in Melbourne. Garrison Insurance Agency, which celebrates
25 years in business this year, is an all-service insurance agency.
Ms. Garrison, an agent and she makes an effort to and maybe they've pur-
licensed through the state, thoroughly explain policies chased more than what
said she and her employees and answer all of her they need," she said. "We
evaluate customers' needs clients' questions. look at what they've got
by starting out with an "Although, I sometimes and we look at how we can
interview, see people start to glaze make it better. Sometimes,
"We see what they need over when we talk about we can't, and we tell them
and what they have to it," she said. that. We do like to have an
cover," Ms. Garrison said. Ms. Garrison added that opportunity to sit down
"It's just like going to the most of the customers who and explain the (different
doctor and getting a diag- walk through the door types of) coverage."
nosis." already have coverage and Some of the most com-
Ms. Garrison said she yet don't understand it. mon questions people have
knows insurance is a diffi- "They don't understand
cult subject to understand, what they have or need See INSURANCE, A9


Cross named new HTN sales manager


For Hometown News
Brevnews@hometownnewsol.com
VOLUSIA COUNTY Cyn-
thia Cross has joined the
management team at Home-
town News in Volusia County
as sales manager.
Ms. Cross started her new
duties at Hometown News on
Nov. 23 and oversees a staff
of 10 sales representatives.
She has more than 13 years
of experience in the newspa-
per industry in both man-


agement
and sales.
Ms. Cross
grew up in
Atlanta,
where she
worked for
Char Baxter
Communi-
cations as
project
manager Cross
from 1996-
2000.
She joined the Parkersburg


News & Sentinel as director
of advertising from 2000-
2005 before leaving WestVir-
ginia to join the Daytona
Beach News-Journal as a
national accounts represen-
tative. She was named sales
representative of the year in
2006.
She left the News-Journal
more than a year ago and
before joining Hometown
News she was a healthcare
sales consultant with VOLO
Recovery of Ormond Beach,


a mass communications
agency dealing in emer-
gency preparedness.
Her hobby is photography
and she specializes in black-
and-white infrared land-
scapes. She also is a textile
artist who enjoys creating art
dolls and quilts.
Ms. Cross lives in Ormond
Beach with her husband,
Joel Cross. They have four
children: Matthew, 18, Brit-
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'Oasis of the Seas' lives up to the all of the hype (Part 1)


W th so much to say
in so little space,
this article will
have to be in three parts.
When it was first
announced that Royal
Caribbean would be
delivering the biggest ship
ever, there was much
speculation about the size
and the amount of passen-
gers it will hold.
Although many of the
comments were toward
the negative; "too many
people," "how will they
handle embarkation/dis-
embarkation," "can the
islands that it visits handle
it," "too much walking to
get from one end to the
other," but more were to
the positive as to the
architectural wonder that
such a ship would be.


Royal Caribbean started
its campaign with 'Deliver-
ing the WOW!' and I am
here to say that they
certainly did. I have never
been disappointed in a
new class of ship, but in
this case it is so much
more than just admiring
the ship I was absolute-
ly in awe of what has been
accomplished here.
I had the pleasure, along
with about 2,800 other
folks to sail on a special
"travel agent" two-night
voyage on the Oasis of the
Seas and all I could say
was "WOW" so I would
guess that the marketing
department of Royal
Caribbean hit its mark.
A few stats: the vessel is
the largest cruise ship at
225,282 tons and can


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The Royal Promenade is
an inside mall that runs
from mid/aft to forward
with bars, cafe', pizzeria
and shops. The pool deck
is an active place with two
FlowRider surf simulators,
a mini-golf course, a
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cabanas, a kids' aquapark
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only space.
The Spa and Fitness
neighborhood features an
incredible Solarium and
options that include a
thermal suite, a spa cafe,
the largest gym at sea and
a dedicated youth spa
area.
To begin, we arrived at
Port Everglades in Fort
Lauderdale about 11:30
a.m. Seeing the ship while
driving toward it, we could
see it was huge but there
was not another ship there
to compare it to (except
for the tiny in comparison,
Seabourn Spirit, which
was a beauty in its classic
yacht style) so to me it was
just huge but I have
seen huge before. The
embarkation process was
quick and easy at one of
the 92 'check-in desks,' we
encountered no issues
here or in debarkation.
Walking up the gang-
plank it was a little steep,
which may cause an issue
for those that have diffi-
culty walking however
there were plenty of
wheelchairs (with
crewmembers to push
them) available you did
not have to make prior
arrangements but just ask.
Speaking with some of the
people "in the know" on
board, this is being
discussed and is working
on an escalator type of
device for this area. They
already have one for some
of the ports so it is not
such a stretch.
We boarded on deck five,
the Promenade deck. We
crossed over the jogging
track and through a very
wide entrance onto the
Royal Promenade which
runs down the inside of
the ship and has shops,
eateries, bars, etc., on both
sides.
Since it was a little early


to put our luggage in our
cabin we went directly to
the top of the ship to start
our journey there. On our
way up the glass elevators
it gave us our first glimpse
of things to come as we
passed deck 6 where you
enter the Boardwalk and
deck 8 where we will later
walk along the paths,
through the foliage of
Central Park.
Our very first stop was
the Solarium located on
deck 16 forward located
just above the bridge. We
were taken aback by the
size and the space with
two huge strips of glass
above that protect you
from the wind and rain but
allow the sun to shine
through. There is a space
between the two, which
will allow for the fresh air
to circulate. Also in the
Solarium you will find a
freshwater pool, can-
tilevered whirlpools that
flank both sides, a bar,
Solarium Bistro that serves
light and healthy fare, and
many loungers and
cabanas for two.
Next, we went to the
Windjammer Marketplace
for lunch. I was a bit
surprised that it did not
look overly large for the
amount of people it was to
serve. We ventured around
to find a nice table by the
windows overlooking the
sports and pool zone.
Below we can see the
Central Park with all its
foliage, we couldn't wait to
get down there to explore
up front and personal.
There were plenty of
choices for lunch from
salads to burgers and fries.
A carving station with
steamship beef (changes
daily to turkey, pork or
ham) included all the
trimmings. A station with
more of the lighter fare


was also available.
After lunch we ventured
to our D3 balcony state-
room located on deck 12
forward. The stateroom was
nicely appointed with teak
woods, with chrome
accents. The bedding was
incredibly comfortable and
dressed in white down with
turquoise accents. Both the
room and the bathroom
were spacious enough, as
was the closet. The bath-
room had a rounded
shower with doors and gave
us plenty of room. One very
noticeable addition was a
bar that was mounted
catty-cornered about a foot
off the floor of the shower
for leg shaving (if you have
ever tried to shave your legs
in a tiny shower, you will
really appreciate this
addition).
We ventured out to see
the other staterooms in
various categories set up for
our viewing. We looked at
inside, ocean view, prome-
nades, various balconies
including those overlooking
the Boardwalk, and Central
Park, suites of all sizes and
shapes, the Aqua-theatre
suites and the Crown Loft
suites which were two
stories with a glass window
from top to bottom. The
various pricing of the
balconies is based on the
location of the stateroom,
not necessarily the size of
the room; they were all
basically the same size.
I will embellish more in
my next column. There was
so much to see and do -
three would probably not
be enough so I will cram
as much as I can to each.

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consultant with Gadabout
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Forbes gives Space Coast high marks


For Hometown News
Brevnews@hometownnewsol.com
The Melbourne/Palm
Bay/Titusville area ranks
No. 18 on the annual
"Best-Bang-For-The-
Buck Cities" list by
Forbes.
"Only one city in our
top 20 is in a state with a
notoriously volatile hous-


Spotlight
From page Al
show, scheduled for Feb. 20
on the main stage of the
Maxwell C. King Center for
the Performing Arts in Mel-
bourne.
The performance will be
called "My Legacy Winter
Showcase 2010," which
represents the multitude of
legacies each child will
leave behind.
"Our goal is to develop
future leaders with charac-
ter," Ms. Bollinger said. "By
joining students with dif-
ferent special needs and
talents, this will be an
inclusive opportunity for
kids to learn and grow as a
team."
The King Center is part-
nering with Legacy to
arrange the public per-
formance through its Edu-
cation Theatre & Outreach
Program.
For the past 15 years, this
community program has
introduced youth to high-
quality arts and education-
al theater through perform-



Insurance
From page A7
about insurance include top-
ics such as terminology, cov-
erage, rates and market value
versus replacement cost.
Ms. Garrison said it's best
to have about an hour to dis-
cuss potential policies.
"People can always call in
and we're happy to give them
quotes," she said. "But if peo-
ple come in cold they ought
to be able to spend about 45
minutes with us."
Garrison Insurance Agency
is at 1900 S. Harbor City Blvd.,
Suite 102, Melbourne. Hours
are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-
day through Friday.
For more information, call
(321) 725-2529.


ing market: Palm Bay,
Fla.," stated a Nov. 30
Forbes article about the
list. "Foreclosures here
remain high, at one per
every 238 housing units.
"But its affordability
and convenience (it ranks
No. 7 on the home price
index, and No. 10 for trav-
el time to work) and the
fact that it's set to bounce


ances, workshops and liter-
acy activities both inside
and outside the classroom,
according to www.kingcen-
ter.com.
"We are always looking
for opportunities to collab-
orate with the community
and serve our local youth,"
said Karen Wilson, the pro-
gram's director. "All it takes
is one little experience to
plant that seed, and the
child has discovered a pas-
sion for life."
Steven Janicki, executive
director of the King Center,
said he is also looking for-
ward to seeing the final
result of such a collabora-
tive effort.
"I'm really looking for-
ward to it," he said. "I feel
this project will bring an
entirely new audience to
the King Center."
The staff from the Excep-
tional Student Education
Program is equally as
pleased with the project.
"We truly have no idea
what kind of talent will
come out of this; that's the
most exciting part," said
Eva Lewis, director of the


back in three years,
according to Moody's,
gets you more bang for
the buck than you might
expect from a Florida
metro."
The Omaha/Council
Bluffs, Neb. area ranked
No. 1 on the list.
According to the article,
Forbes' staff analyzed the
country's 100 largest Met-


ESE Program. "I think it will
open up a world of new
experiences for these stu-
dents. It's not only about
discovering talent; it's
about creating memories."
The Legacy team will
look for students with spe-
cial needs and mainstream
students from the county's
public school system, as
well as those from charter
and private schools and
students who are home-
schooled.
"We are looking for youth
who come from a variety of
different backgrounds,"
said D.L. Houston, director
of operations for Legacy.
"We believe there's a lot of
good that could come out
of this."
In addition to the King
Center, Legacy also has the
help of Health First and
Long Doggers to put on the
performance, which the
organizers hope, will be the
first of many.
"We've really gotten an
outpouring of support from
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future," Ms. Bollinger said.
"This is an experience that
will be unlike any other. As
long as these kids believe in
their own talents, they will
succeed."
The "My Legacy Winter
Showcase 2010" will be Feb.
20 at 5 p.m. at the main
stage of the King Center,
3865 N. Wickham Road,
Melbourne.
A VIP reception will begin
at 3:30 p.m. and special
seating is available during
the performance.
For tickets, call the King
Center Box Office at (321)
242-2219.
Interested students ages
9-17 should e-mail D.L.
Houston at
dlhouston@live.com.
Rehearsals will be most
Tuesday and Thursday
evenings from 5-7 p.m. at
the King Center during an-
uary and February.
If selected for the cast,
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From page Al
report, the man called 911
from a Panama City Beach
store and claimed he was
getting into his car when a
man dressed in black hit
him and took $100 in cash.
But the store's surveil-
lance video showed the
man walk out of the store,
sit in his car for a short time
and then go back inside to
use the phone.
After deputies showed the
man the video, he acknowl-
edged he hadn't actually
been robbed. He was
released from jail on $750
bail.
From
lancasteronline. com: Police
arrest man in buggy for
DUI
Police in central Pennsyl-
vania arrested an Amish
man on drunk driving
charges after he was found
asleep in his moving buggy.
Police said a 22-year-old
man was slumped over and
asleep in a slow-moving
buggy. An off-duty officer
from nearby reported
seeing the horse pulling the
buggy at a walking pace as
it straddled the center line.
Police said a breathalyzer
test showed the man's
blood-alcohol content was
0.18, more than twice the
0.08 legal limit for drivers.
From altoonamirror.com:
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Joshua Phillips of Tennessee
Ridge, Tenn., had been
staying with relatives.
Officers said Phillips
claimed to be home asleep
all night, even though his
sneakers were wet and he
had two pairs of wet pants
with him.
Police said a brick found
in the home was the same
kind thrown through the
store's window and that
Phillips' shoes matched the
snowy footprints.
From sfgate.com: Scanti-
ly-clad 'David' decked out
as St. Nick
A Texas homeowner who
adorned his front lawn with
Michelangelo's "David" as a
scantily clad Santa got more
than just jolly laughs from
his neighbors.
Barry McBee said he was
aiming to make people
chuckle by adding a Santa
hat and white beard to the
5-foot-tall replica of the
Renaissance statue with six-
pack abs, an image at odds
with usual depictions of a
fat, jolly St. Nick.
Then parents started
calling Big Spring city
officials saying their
children were asking why
Santa was naked. McBee
relented after his friends
teased him as well, putting
a pair of black and white
faux-velvet shorts, with a
Christmas bow, on the
statue.

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Community notes


Humane Society thrift
shops seek donations

The Central Brevard
Humane Society's three
Molly Mutt Thrift Shops are
in need of donations.
Donated items can be
appliances, furniture, bed
linens, holiday decorations,
clothes, collectibles, tools,
electronics, children's toys,
books, jewelry and home
d6cor.
For information, call (321)
636-3343, Ext. 203.

TRIAD seeks holiday
gift donations

Brevard County TRIAD
delivers holiday gifts and
goodies to seniors in need or
alone during the holiday
season.
The group is currently
seeking donations for the
holiday season.
Items sought include:
Men's cardigan sweaters
(large and extra large)
Ladies cardigan sweaters
(medium and large, all col-
ors)
Ladies housecoats (large
and extra large)
Lap blankets
Small radios
Hankies
Non-skid socks
*Lotions (full size) and
perfume gift sets
Notepaper/stamps,
crossword books,
*Toiletries/razors, bath
brushes, towels, wash-
cloths
Tissue paper for gift bags


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locations:
Satellite Beach
David R. Schechter Com-
munity Center, 1089 S.
Patrick Drive, Satellite
Beach. (321) 773-6458
Merritt Island
*Sunflower House, Merritt
Square Mall. (321) 452-4341
Rockledge
Wuesthoff Medical Cen-
ter Health Sr. Advantage
Program, 110 Longwood
Ave. (321) 636-2211, Ext.
1519
Coastal Ambulance, 486
Gus Hipp Blvd. (321) 632-
7050, Ext. 106
Viera
One Senior Place, 8085
Spyglass Hill Road. (321)
751-6771.
Cocoa
Cocoa Community Ser-
vices Council, 3600 W. King
St., Cocoa. (321) 631-2744,
Ext. 46.
Space Coast Center for
Independent Living, 803 N.
Fiske Blvd. Suite B. (321)
633-6011, Ext. 34.
Melbourne
Wuesthoff Medical Cen-
ter, 250 N. Wickham Road.,
Melbourne. (321) 752-1287
Health First Medical
Equipment, 129 W. Hibiscus
Blvd., Suite A. (321) 434-
3400
Amedisys Home Health-
care 3962 W. Eau Gallie
Blvd., Suite C. (321) 751-
1901
Amerilife Health Ser-
vices, 1921 Alma Drive. (321)
951-1111
YourCare Brevard, 4676
N. Wickham Road. (321)


757-6970
One Senior Place, 8085
Spyglass Hill Road. (321
751-6771
*Wuesthoff Hospice & Pal-
liative Care, 8060 Spyglass
Hill Rd, 253-2222 ext. 4735
Parker Healthcare Prod-
ucts, 1112 W. New Haven
Ave. (321) 956-4000
Clow Chiropractic, 145
Palm Bay Road, Suite 120.
(321) 725-8778
Harbor City Travel, 1900
S. Harbor City Blvd., Suite
129. (321) 727-0946
Titusville
State Attorney's Office,
400 South Street, 4th Floor,
(321) 264-6933
Parrish Senior Solutions
Consultation Center, Dr.
Tronetti, 805A, Century
Medical Drive. (321) 383-
9393.
If you would like to make
a donation and let TRIAD do
the shopping, send a check
payable to:
Brevard County TRIAD
Inc, P.O. Box 410518 Mel-
bourne, FL 32941.
For information, call 2-1-1
or (321) 632-6688, or visit
www.BrevardTRIAD.org

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existing properties in the
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property owners to renovate
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Local restaurant to
donate to charities

Owners of Nosh and
Ganache, Melbourne's only
four-palm cafO/chocolatier
are now accepting applica-


tions from local organiza-
tions and charities for inclu-
sion in the company's, "Top
Ten For 2010," program.
Each selected group will
receive a portion of one
month's sales from February
through November 2010.
At a dinner to be hosted at
the restaurant in January,
representatives of the ten
selected programs will each
draw a month for which
their group will receive ten
percent of that month's net,
non-holiday sales.
In addition stating what
percentage of donations
pass directly through to
those being helped, letters
of application should
include a description of a
specific project or program
to which the donation will
be applied and should be
postmarked by Nov. 30 to:
Nosh and Ganache, 1540
Highland Ave., Melbourne
FL 32935; attention to Top
ten for 2010.
For information, call (321)
254-1451.

Boeing Company
donates to King
Center

The Boeing Company
Charitable Trust has award-
ed the Maxwell C. King Cen-
ter for the Performing Arts of
Brevard Community College
a $10,000 grant to support
the educational theatre pro-
gram 2009-10 season.
The grant will contribute
to the artist fees for the
upcoming season featuring
"Jigsaw Jones", "Out of the
Mist...A Dragon", "The Jun-
gle Book", "Jigu!" "Thunder
Drums", "Stone Soup &
Dumplings," "Charlotte's
Web" and "Butterfly-Life


Cycle."
For information, call (321)
433-7136.

Scholarships
awarded, available to
nursing students

The Wuesthoff Health Sys-
tem Foundation recently
awarded the Wuesthoff Hos-
pital and Medical Staff Nurs-
ing Scholarship and the
Culpepper Nursing Scholar-
ship to seven Brevard County
students seeking licensed
practical nursing certification
or undergraduate nursing
degrees.
Recipients include:
April Mason and Dean
Cummings of Merritt Island
Michele Hildenbrand of
Cocoa
Haley Schoenhut and Jes-
sica Cemy of Melbourne
Susie Cross and Winona
Butz of Rockledge
TheWuesthoff Hospital and
Medical Nursing Scholarship
was created in a joint effort by
the hospital and medical staff
to help those wanting to enter
the nursing profession or
upgrade their nursing certifi-
cations.
To apply for either
Wuesthoff scholarships,
applicants must be formally
accepted to a nursing pro-
gram, studying for an LPN
certification or enrolled in a
registered nursing undergrad-
uate degree. Scholarships are
available to Brevard County
residents who maintain a 3.0
or higher grade point average;
application deadline for the
spring semester scholarships
is Monday, Nov. 30.
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Foundation at (321) 637-2606
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And All That Jazz Caf6:
Last weekend of business.
Come out and celebrate
seven years of great food
and local live music. Chris
Kahl will perform Friday.
Jarret and Georgia will
play Saturday. Open mic is
Tuesday with John Con-
den or Berna. Steady
Teddy performs piano and
vocals Wednesday and
acoustic jam with Dave
Grooms will take place
Thursday. All performanc-
es are from 6-9 p.m. And
All That Jazz Caf6 is at
1641 U.S. 1, Cocoa. Call
(321) 636-3232.
The Beach Shack: Blue
Fusion Band will play 8
p.m. to midnight Friday.
The Bone Dogs will play at
4 p.m. Sunday. The Beach
Shack is at 1 Minutemen
Causeway, Cocoa Beach.
Call (321) 783-2250.
Broken Barrel Tavern:
Spanks Band will play 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday.
The Barrel is at 4700 Bab-
cock St., Palm Bay. Call
(321) 728-4755.
Coasters Pub: Mod-
ernDay Giant will play
8:30 to 12:30 a.m. Friday.
Coasters is at 971 E. Eau
Gallie Blvd., Melbourne.
Call (321) 779-BREW.
Coconuts on the
Beach: Entasys will per-
form 7-11 p.m. Friday.
Rock Foundation will play
1-5 p.m. Saturday.
Coconuts is at 25 S.
Atlantic Ave., Cocoa
Beach. Call (321) 784-
1422.
Crossroads Sports Bar:
Snake Eyes Band will play
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday.
Crossroads is at 5070
Minton Road, Palm Bay.
Call (321) 723-9952.
Declan's Irish Pub:
Absolute Blue will play 9
p.m. to 2 a.m. Friday.
WilCor will play 11 a.m. to
2 a.m. Saturday. Declan's
is at 1132 A1A, Satellite
Beach. Call (321) 777-
7228.
Dog N' Bone British
Pub: The Matt Sams Band
will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Saturday and Tuesday.
Dog N' Bone is at 9 Stone
St., Cocoa Village. Call
(321) 636-2828.
Doubles Beachside
Tiki Bar: Rick Shenk will
play 6:30-10 p.m. Friday.
Doubles is at 1894 S.
Patrick Drive, Indian Har-
bour Beach. Call (321)
773-5341.
Earl's Hideaway
Lounge: Heartbreaker and
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Light up your holiday season at festival


Space Coast
Lightfest
brightens spirit
of thousands

By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.com
For the remainder of
the month, a simple drive
through Wickham Park in
Melbourne is guaranteed
to leave guests with a
sense of holiday cheer,
wonder and imagination.
From now through Dec.
27, the well-known park
will transform into a win-
ter wonderland each
evening in celebration of
the ninth annual Space
Coast Lightfest, hosted
by the Eau Gallie Rotary
Club and Habitat for
Humanity of Brevard.
More than 15,000 vehi-
cles are expected to travel
through the one-mile
park to experience a
spectacular display of
shimmering lights and
animated displayed dur-
ing the event's 33 days of
operation.
From Santa Claus in a
golf cart to flying rein-
deer, this year's event will
also feature never-
before-seen displays,
said Samantha Hill, pres-
ident-elect of the Rotary,
who is also chairwoman
of this year's event.
The finale, which
remains the same each
year, is the 200-foot-long
light tunnel, featuring


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James Tucker
Week of 12-18-2009


Photo courtesy of Kim Gabriel
Santa Claus, who is riding alongside driver Jeff Hill, Eau Gallie Rotary Club President
Chad Dhotre and President-Elect Samantha Hill, greets participants in the Space
Coast Lightfest 5K race Nov. 22. The event kicked off the Lightfest, which will run
through Dec. 27 at Wickham Park in Melbourne.


more than 30,000 twin-
kling bulbs of color.
"The event is perfect
for families to come out
and share in the holiday
magic," said Roy Alter-
man, a longtime member
and past president of
Rotary. "We charge by the
vehicle, so you can pack
the whole neighborhood
in the car and come on
out."
The Eau Gallie Rotary
Club, which was founded
in the late 1950s, created
the event as a way to


bring the community
closer during the holiday
season and raise funds to
help its many charitable
organizations.
"Wickham Park was the
ideal setting to do what
we wanted to do with this
event," Mr. Alterman
said. "It has a circular
drive, plenty of space and
the ability to add a lot of
electricity. We spent the
first two years doing a lot
of digging and wiring in
order to get the light
show where we wanted it


to be."
The Space Coast Light-
fest is one of Rotary's
largest fundraisers and
takes nearly five months
of preparation and more
than 200 volunteers to
create.
This year, admission
costs and donations will
be split between the
Rotary Club, which
assists more than 12 local
charities each year, and
Habitat for Humanity of
Brevard, a nonprofit
See FESTIVAL, B4


Out & about


FRIDAY, DEC. 18

Friday at Fifth holiday
tree walk: 6-9 p.m. Friday,
Dec. 18. Start at Nance Park
and take a seaside stroll along
Fifth Avenue or an evening of
holiday tree displays, dining,
and shopping. Call (321) 508-
6936.
Holiday Ice skating
show: "Twas the Night Before
Christmas." 7 p.m. Friday, Dec.
18, 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 19
and Noon and 6 p.m. Sunday,
Dec. 20. Tickets are $10. Space
Coast Iceplex, 720 Roy Wall
Blvd., Rockledge. Call (321)
504-7500.

SATURDAY, DEC. 19

'Paint in the Park': Pre-
sented by FUEL TV. 11 a.m. to
3 p.m. The Park, 2405 S. Har-
bor City Blvd., Melbourne.
Enjoy an opportunity for art
and skateboarding to come
together as artist Nate Reifke


paints a work of art for the
skatepark wall. He will also
offer a workshop. Register at
www.theparkatmelbourne.co
m. Three winners will be
selected from the workshop
to have their pieces be a part
of the skatepark "Wall of
Fame." This event free and
open to all artists, skateboard
fans and the public who regis-
ter. For information, visit
www.fuel.tv.
Breakfast with Santa: 9
a.m. to noon. Palm Bay Com-
munity Center, 1502 Port Mal-
abar Blvd. Hosted by city of
Palm Bay and Palm Bay Youth
Softball Association. Enjoy a
great breakfast buffet take
pictures with Santa, and par-
ticipate in games. Parents are
advised to bring a camera if
you would like a picture of
your child with Santa. Tickets
are $4 per child 12 and under,
$5 per adult, and children 2
and under are admitted free
with a paying adult. Purchase


your tickets in advance and
receive $1 off. Call (321) 952-
3443 or visit www.playpalm-
bay.org to register.
Meet Santa and Mrs.
Claus: 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 19 and Sunday,
Dec. 20 at Brevard Zoo. Chil-
dren can meet the Claus fami-
ly and enjoy crafts and games
for the price of regular admis-
sion. Call (321) 254-9453.
Santa and his reindeer
and carriage rides: The
Avenue Viera on Towne Cen-
ter Avenue, Viera. Children can
meet Santa and his live rein-
deer next to Planet Smoothie
from noon to 6 p.m. Take pho-
tos with Santa starting at noon
next to Lane Bryant Photo
packages start at $14.99. Take
a free family carriage ride that
leaves from Rave Motion Pic-
tures from 6-9 p.m. Visit
www.shoptheavenue.com.
*'Jingle Ball Drop': Noon to
3 p.m. Duran Golf Club, 7052
Stadium Parkway, Viera. Heli-


copter ball dropping on the
green event to benefit Sen-
tinels of Freedom Space Coast
injured self-reliance scholar-
ship. Cost is $50 and includes
lunch for two and a chance to
win prizes up to $10,000. Call
(321) 266-8810 to reserve.
*'Skate Jam': 6-9 p.m. Lib-
erty Park, 895 Carlyle Ave.,
Palm Bay. A monthly family
event with music and limited
skate rentals available at no
charge or bring your own
inline or quad skates. No
skateboards allowed. Call
(321) 952-3443.
Candlelight shopping
and holiday activities: 5-9
p.m. Stoll along the streets of
downtown Melbourne near
East New Haven Avenue and
shop late while enjoying
entertainment with carolers,
violins Santa and the Dance
Mania All-Stars. Many shops
will be offering food and

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Aries-March 21-April 19
You are like a race car,
revving up and wanting to
run. As the year winds
down, try to relax a little.
Enjoy your other victories
this year. Your greatest
virtue is that you never quit
until the race is run. You are
a proven champion. Just be
sure to keep life in balance
so you don't burn out. Many
more victories are on the
way.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Slow down a little, take a
step back, get a second
wind and then move for-
ward again. Pacing yourself
to prevent burnout is so
important. No one expects
you to go all out all the
time. If they do, you are
being used. Take the lighter
touch in 2010. Sometimes
less is more. Be good to
yourself. If you don't, no
one else can.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Focus on what makes you
happy. If your heart isn't in
it don't do it. If you have to
do distasteful things, learn
to love them or don't do
them. Like attracts like in
the universe. What we sow
we reap back multiplied.
Don't forget this. For this to
work you must be following
your heart, not your head.
Do this and be happy.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
You are so inspiring. It is
your large heart. The univer-
sal presence within you
constantly inspires you to
do your best. You wake up
each morning with so much
love and joy in your soul.
You wonder "How can I give
it to those I love?" It's sim-
ple really. Focus on the
greatest need, fill it and
then move on to the next.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
One of the main keys to
your success is that you
know how to bring your
inner fire, light and vision to
the surface. This is because
your heart is open and you
are in touch with your spirit.
You are a fire sign, you
know. Be patient with oth-
ers less intuitive as you.
One of your missions in life
is to inspire others to do
well.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
You face life's challenges
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with courage and determi-
nation. You continue to grow
spiritually and universally.
You are to be applauded
with you tenacity. You worry
less. You are happier. When


you are happy it makes oth-
ers happy. You are fun to be
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You have much risk-taking in
your heart.

Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
Emotional, spiritual and uni-
versal growth comes when
the conscious mind is sur-
rendered to the higher will
and you begin to follow your
heart, not your head. It's
time to take your life to a
higher level. Go inside and
listen to and trust your gut
instincts. They speak the
truth first. Get out of your
own way, relax and prosper.


Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
This has been a year of
remarkable change and
growth. Just wait and see
what the New Year will
bring. You have renewed
strength in your thoughts,
feelings, spirit and body. No
one can keep up with you
when you are at your best.
It's your fiery nature.
Achievement is fuel to your
soul. Get ready. More is on
the way.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Love is the greatest spiritual
gift. You were born with tons
of it. Your life is about service
to others. You don't need
many material things. When
you are loved and appreciat-
ed, you are at your best. No


one has the ability to nurture
and give love from the heart
more than you. The New
Year will bring it back to you
multiplied.
Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Inner wisdom comes easier
when you are centered. Live
life one day at a time. Wake
up each day knowing that
today is the best day of your
life and tomorrow is the next
one. Live in positive
expectancy. This opens the
instincts and heart and
allows positive ideas to pop
into the mind. Yours is a
great mind.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
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John Quinlivan will play
8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Fri-
day. Ernie Southern and
the Red Hot Delta Blues
will play 2-6 p.m. Sunday
and 8 p.m. to midnight
Tuesday. Earl's is at 1405
Indian River Drive, Sebast-
ian. Call (772) 589-5700.
Fishlips Waterfront
Bar and Grill: High Tide
will play 4-8 p.m. Saturday.
3's a Crowd will play 5-9
p.m. Sunday. Fishlips is at
610 Glen Cheek Drive,
Cape Canaveral. Call (321)
784-4533.
Grills Seafood Deck &
Tiki Bar: The Outta Sight
Band will play 7:30-11:30
p.m. Sunday. Grills is at
505 Glen Cheek Drive, Port
Canaveral. Call (321) 868-
2226.
Key West Bar: Pinch
will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Friday. Key West Bar is at
2286 A1A, Indian Harbour
Beach. Call (321) 773-1577.
Lou's Blues: Rock
Foundation will play 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday.
Switch will play 9 p.m. to
1:30 a.m. Saturday. Mo


Geetz will play 9:30 p.m. to
1:30 a.m. Tuesday. Lou's
Blues is at 3191 A1A, Indi-
alantic. Call (321) 779-
2299.
Malabar Mo's: Bone
Dogs will play 2-6 p.m. Sat-
urday. Elgin Hooper will
play 5-9 p.m. Sunday. Mo's
is at 2805 Malabar Road,
Malabar. Call (321) 725-
8347.
Milliken's Reef: Man-
gos Bros. Band will play
5:30-10:30 p.m. Friday.
Bottoms Up will play 1-6
p.m. Sunday. Milliken's
Reef is at 683 Dave Nisbet
Drive, Port Canaveral. Call
(321) 783-0100.
Murdock's Bistro &
Char Bar: Oldmen Bothers
Band and Ronnie Mr.
Nighttime Wahl will play 7-
11 p.m. Friday and Satur-
day. Patti and Frank will
play 6-9 p.m. Wednesday.
Murdock's is at 600 Brevard
Ave., Cocoa. Call (321) 633-
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Norman's Raw Bar &
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play 7-11 p.m. Saturday.
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p.m. Sunday, Dec. 20. Cocoa Vil-
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Ave. Performed by the Galmont
Ballet. Call (321) 543-4403 for
tickets.
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hem': 7-9 p.m. Saturday, Dec.
19 and 4-6 p.m. Sunday, Dec.
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Church, 600 S. Tropical Trail.
Visit a re-creation of the town of
Bethlehem. Make crafts in the
workshop tents of a potter, car-
penter and leather worker and
try your hand at weaving. Learn
to write Hebrew letters in the
synagogue school, taste bread
from the bakery, and Middle
Eastern foods from the farmer's
market. Get a picture taken
under the Bethlehem star. Strike
up a conversation with a
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Cornish hens, bruschetta, another choice for Christmas dinner


Hello smart shoppers.
This is it, the last
column before
Christmas.
To all my readers who
just celebrated Hanukkah
and to those who will
celebrate Kwanzaa, I wish
you many blessings.
This week, another menu
choice: bruschetta fol-
lowed by stuffed rock
Cornish hens make a
beautiful presentation.
A whole hen is quite a lot
of food. Thaw hens and cut
them in half, always
allowing a few extra halves
for the big appetite.
Patti, the owner of
Chantel's restaurant in
Stuart, gave me the recipe
for her special sauce for
duckling, which I will share
with you.
I remember a Christmas
we celebrated in Somers,
Conn., with lots of family
enjoying the Christmas Eve
gift giving. We had a
beautiful big fireplace; the
flames were roaring as the
snow was falling. When my
husband said, "Instead of
bagging the wrapping
paper, let's burn it!"
Unbelievably, we all
agreed.
Since we never thought,
"clean the chimney," the
papers caught fire in the
chimney. The roar was
intense as we rushed
outside to see flames


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THE STOVE
with the .
Grammy Guru
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shooting so high they must
have hit Santa's sleigh. Bill
grabbed the hose but the
good Lord knew it wouldn't
do any good. We watched,
holding our breath, as
slowly the flames subsided.
Have a blessed Christ-
mas and remember what
you are celebrating.

ROCK CORNISH
HENS WITH
ORANGE-WALNUT
STUFFING
serves 5-10

5 Cornish hens, halved
or whole
3 stalks celery, chopped
1 medium onion,
chopped
1 orange, peeled, seeded
and chopped
Livers from hens,
chopped
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon dried sage
1/2-teaspoon ground
black pepper
Several sprigs fresh
parsley, chopped, or 1
tablespoon dried parsley
Orange juice
10 slices white bread


1/2-cup chopped
walnuts

Remove giblets, if any,
from hens and soak hens in
cold salted water. Remove
skin from necks and place
them in pot with gizzards
and hearts. Add 2 cups
water, season with salt and
pepper; simmer for gravy.
If hens do not have giblets
use chicken broth to add to
your gravy.
Saute celery, onions and
livers in a little canola oil
until cooked. Soak bread in
orange juice, squeeze dry
and mix with all remaining
ingredients. Add sauteed
mixture, mix well.
Place cut hens, cut side
down, in roasting pan with
stuffing underneath, or
loosely stuff whole hens.
Brush with canola oil and
season with salt and
pepper. Roast in a preheat-
ed 350-degree oven one
hour, basting frequently.
After hens have cooked,
brush frequently with
orange or cassis glaze and
continue roasting until
skin is crisp and
caramelized. Remove hens
to serving platter; keep
warm.
Pour broth from giblets
into roasting pan, bring to
a boil, scraping up
browned drippings. Strain
into medium-size
saucepan. De-fat and make


gravy.

ORANGE GLAZE

1/4-cup honey
1/4-teaspoon ground
ginger
1/4-cup rum or orange
juice
1/2-cup orange mar-
malade
1/8-teaspoon garlic
powder

In a small saucepan, melt
all ingredients together.
Brush hens.

SAUCE CASSIS (NIB)

Try this incredible sauce
on duck, chicken, Cornish
hens or pork.

1/4 pound butter (no
substitutes)
One 10-ounce jar red
currant jelly
One 10-ounce jar black
currant preserves
1/4-cup Crdme de Cassis
liquor

Note: The jar sizes are
approximate.
Heat together, brush on
meat and bake until glazed.

TOMATOES
OREGANATA
serves 4

3 large ripe tomatoes


Chopped parsley, fresh
or dried
Oregano
2 cloves finely minced
garlic, jarred garlic or
garlic powder
Black pepper
3 tablespoons olive or
canola oil
2 tablespoons water

Slice tomatoes 1/4-inch
thick and place side-by-
side in a dish or container
at least 1-inch deep. Do
one layer at a time.
Sprinkle slices with garlic,
parsley, oregano and
pepper. Add remaining
slices and repeat process.
Drizzle with oil and water.
Turn slices to coat evenly.
Refrigerate at least 2
hours. Serve cold.
Do not add salt -
salting tomatoes before-
hand will make them
mushy.

BRUSCHETTA

Bruschetta, a delicious
combination of Italian
bread with fresh tomatoes,
mozzarella, garlic, olive
oil and basil is a great way
to start a meal. Each
person is served one or
two bread slices; judge
accordingly.

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Fresh parsley and fresh
basil, chopped
Olive oil

Using narrow French
bread? Allow a little more
per person.
Slice bread in 1/2-inch
thick slices. Brush with oil
and garlic. Broil until
golden.
Top with a slice of
mozzarella and a slice of
tomato. Sprinkle with
chopped fresh basil and
parsley. Drizzle lightly
with oil and serve imme-
diately.

I am available for talks
from Fort Pierce to Stuart,
call (772) 465-5656 or
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When a recipe is not in
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Still called at Christmas to


help all of God's children


Have you noticed
how our senses
are stimulated
during Christmas, storing
up memories that we
recall during the rest of
the year? We grab a pine
tree in July and the
pungent smell of ever-
green brings up thoughts
of Christmas.
The taste of pepper-
mint all year long is like
that, too. Even little lights
in restaurants bring to
mind Christmas lights in
the middle of summer
when we dine outside.
For me, seeing parents
with a baby conjure
Nativity scenes all year
long, too. Joseph and
Mary and baby Jesus were
a little family starting out
in a big and sometimes
cruel world. We tend to
think of the Holy Family
as having extraordinary
power and access to
Divine protection and


RELIGION
SCOTT ELLIOTT




privilege, but, that is not
how the story unfolds.
That first Christmas
humans were motivated
by Divine sights and
sounds to act as the
hands and feet of God.
The innkeeper provid-
ed a place for the birth.
The shepherds provided
jubilation, respect and
care. The Magi offered
gifts and helped hide the
baby from certain death.
Joseph gave love and
compassion to Mary and
a child he knew was not
his. Mary accepted the
huge risk of conceiving
Jesus as God requested
and she unquestioningly
loved not only God, but
Jesus.


The Son of God, you
see, was in need of other
human help as he arrived
and made his way in the
world. His neighbors
provided that help and
it made all the difference.
We are each of us also
children of God, indeed
Christ is in each of us as
the very spark of God.
We are called, like the
humans in the Christmas
story, to take care of
Christ today. Christ in the
hungry, thirsty, stranger,
naked, poor, sick and
imprisoned. In other
words, the Christ in each
of us. Christmas reminds
us to do that, to be the
hands and feet of God to
one another and when
we do so, it makes all the
difference.
The Rev. Scott Elliott is
the pastor at Riviera
United Church of Christ
in Palm Bay. Visit the Web
site at rivieraucc.org.


FRIDAY, DEC. 18

Free storytime and a
craft: 11 a.m. Palm Bay
Library, 1520 Port Malabar
Road. Children can enjoy a
holiday story and make an
advent calendar with holi-
day surprises. (321) 952-
4519.
'Solution for the aging
spine': Noon. One Senior
Place, 8085 Spyglass Hill
Road, Viera. Presentation by
the Deuk Spine Institute for
back and neck pain treat-
ment options. Call (321)
751-6771 to reserve.
Master Gardeners week-
ly garden clinic: "Perk up
your Poinsettia, Hold on to
your Holly." 2-4 p.m. Eau
Gallie Public Library, 1521
Pineapple Ave., Melbourne.
(321) 255-4304.

SATURDAY, DEC. 19

Beach clean-up: 9 a.m.
Meet at Barrier Island Cen-
ter, 8385 A1A, Melbourne
Beach. (321) 723-3556.
Teen holiday ornament
craft class: 2 p.m. Franklin


DeGroodt Memorial
Library, 6475 Minton Road,
Palm Bay. Come make a hol-
iday ornament. For ages 12-
18. Call (321) 952-6318 to
register.

SUNDAY, DEC. 20

'How to make you yard
wildlife friendly': 2 p.m.
Merritt Island National
Wildlife Refuge. Holiday
craft workshop to make a
bird feeder and other holi-
day wildlife decorations and
learn to help wildlife while
enjoying apple cider and
cookies. The Visitor Center
is located on SR 402, five
miles east of U.S. 1 in
Titusville. Call (321) 861-
5601 to reserve.

WEDNESDAY,
DEC. 23

Hatha Yoga: With Gloria
Bella. 5:30-6:30 p.m. Palm
Bay Library, 1520 Port Mal-
abar Road. Cost is $5. Bring
your own mat. (321) 952-
4519.


THURSDAY, DEC. 24

Free scrapbooking
classes: to build memory
books for caregivers and
loved ones dealing with
memory loss. 1:30-3:30
p.m. at Leeza's Place, 3661
Babcock St., Melbourne.
(321) 951-7118.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Bald Eagle presenta-
tion & tour: 1 p.m. Sunday,
Dec. 27. Merritt Island
National Wildlife Refuge.
The Visitor Center is locat-
ed on SR 402, five miles
east of U.S. 1 in Titusville.
Call 3(321) 861-5601 to
reserve.
Central Florida Accor-
dion Club: Brevard Chap-
ter meeting. 1:30-4:30 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 27. Central
Brevard Library, 308 Forest
Ave, Cocoa. Members play
accordions with skill levels
ranging. Meetings are free
and open to the public.
Call (321) 799-226 or visit
www.cfaccordionclub.com.


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Allemanders Square Dance Club: Sec-
ond and Third Saturday, 8-10 p.m. Satellite
Beach Civic Center, 565 Cassia Blvd., Satel-
lite Beach. Cost: $5 (321) 777-0997.
American Business Women's Organiza-
tion: Fourth Tuesday, 6 p.m. Eau Gallie Yacht
Club, 100 Datura Drive, Indian Harbour
Beach. (321) 693-2077.
American Association of University
Women: Third Saturday. Open to women
with two-year or four-year college degrees.
(321) 723-9355.
Beachside Chess Club: Wednesdays, 6
p.m. Beef O'Brady's, 724 S. Patrick Drive,
Satellite Beach. (321) 777-0255.
The Beach Gardeners Club: Third Tues-
days, October through May, 6:30 p.m. Mel-
bourne Beach Community Center, 509
OceanAve., Melbourne. (321) 729-9563.
Bonsai Society of Brevard: Third Satur-
day, 2 p.m. Melbourne Public Library, 540
Fee Ave., Melbourne. (321) 255-4064.
Brevard Democrats: Third Wednesday, 7
p.m. Agricultural Center, 3459 Lake Drive,
Cocoa. Registration for new members at
6:30 p.m. (321) 773-4596 or visit www.bre-
varddemocrats. org.
Brevard Now: Fourth Tuesday, 5:30 p.m.
192 Grill, 1212 E. Strawbridge Ave., Mel-
bourne. (321) 727-3636.
Brevard Watercolor Society: Second Sat-
urday, 1 p.m. Satellite Beach Civic Center,
565 Cassia Blvd., Satellite Beach. (321) 255-
1002 or visit www.brevard watercolors.org.
Camera Club of Brevard: First Tuesday, 7
p.m. David R. Schechter Community Center,
1089 S. Patrick Drive, Satellite Beach. (321)
723-7787 or visit www.ccbrevard.com.
Citizens for Constitutional Property
Rights: Third Monday, 6:30 p.m. Locations
vary. (321) 453-4729.
Citizens for Florida's Waterways: Fourth
Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. Locations vary. (321)


449-0827.
Floral Arranging Classes: Tuesdays and
Thursday at Roses are Red, 322 5th Ave.,
Indialantic at 2 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. from now
until August. Cost is $25.00 and includes
materials. Call (321)723-3232.
Harbor City Harmonizers: Each Tuesday,
7:15 p.m. Trailer Haven Community Center
building, 1205 Eddie Allen Road, Mel-
bourne. (321) 779-4802 or visit www.harmo-
nize.comlhcarmonizers.
Helping Hands Crochet Club: First Sun-
day, October through June. 1-3 p.m. Alumni
House of Florida Institute of Technology,
2510 Country Club Road, Melbourne. (321)
951-7320.
Indialantic Rotary Club: Each Wednes-
day, 12:15 p.m. Eau Gallie Yacht Club, 100
Datura Drive, Indian Harbour Beach. (321)
255-2000 or visit www.indialanticrotary.org.
International Association of Adminis-
trative Professionals: Melbourne Chapter,
first Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. Hilton Rialto, Rialto
Place, Melbourne. (321) 639-1780.
Italian American Club: Bingo night.
Tuesday, 1-3 p.m., 1471 Cypress Ave., Mel-
bourne. (321) 242-8044.
Italian Language Club: Each Thursday,
September to May, 6 p.m. Community
Room, Melbourne Square Mall, Melbourne.
Beginner's class offered.(321) 724-8599.
Jewish War Veterans: Post 639, second
Sunday, September to June, 9:30 a.m. Joe's
Club, 4676 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne.
(321) 433-3025.
Knights of Columbus: Bishop Verot
council No. 5845, first and third Tuesday,
7:30 p.m. Holy Name of Jesus Catholic
Church, 3050 N. Highway A1A, Indialantic.
(321) 727-1937.
Laureate Epsilon Iota: Chapter of Beta
Sigma Sorority. Second Monday, 7:30 p.m.
Call (321) 723-2250 for location.


Laureate Zeta Sigma: Second and fourth
Monday, 7:30 p.m. September through May
at various locations. (321) 676-7949.
Libertarian Party: Third Tuesday, 6:30
p.m. Kay's Barbecue, 1552 W. King St.,
Cocoa. (321) 722-1181.
Lion's Club: Satellite Beach chapter. First
and third Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. Memaw's Bar-
B-Que, 600 E. Eau Gallie Blvd., Indian Har-
bour Beach. (321) 773-8664.
Melbourne Beach Rotary Club: Each
Tuesday, 7:30 a.m. Beach Street Eatery, 302A
Ocean Ave., Melbourne Beach.
Moms Club: for stay-at-home moms.
Second Friday, 10 a.m. Satellite Beach
Library, Satellite Beach. (321) 777-2616.
National Association of Active and
Retired Federal Employees: Chapter 609.
Fourth Thursday, 11 a.m. Melbourne Square
Mall, New Haven Ave. (321) 242-8525.
Palm Bay Happy Lions: First and third
Tuesday, 8 a.m. Dottie's Restaurant, 5275
Babcock St. N.E., Palm Bay. (321) 674-0587.
Republican Women's Network of S. Bre-
vard: Third Thursday, Eau Gallie Yacht Club,
100 Datura Drive, Indian Harbour Beach.
(321) 728-4424.
Scots American Society: Second Wednes-
day, 6:30 p.m. Front Street Civic Center, Mel-
bourne. For those of Scottish heritage or
those interested in the culture. (321) 254-
9752.
Scribblers of Brevard: Second and fourth
Saturday, 9:30 a.m. Eau Gallie Public Library,
1521 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne. (321) 255-
1984.
Seabee Veterans of America: Third Satur-
day, 11 a.m. Don's Famous Hoagies, 784 S.
Apollo Blvd., Melbourne. (321) 725-0900.
Seaside Stitchers: First Monday, 9 a.m.
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, corner of


Babcock Street and Avenue
(321)724-1421.


A, Melbourne.


Friday, December 18, 2009


Square dancing club: Second and third Sat-
urday, 8-10 p.m. Satellite Beach Civic Center,
565 Cassia Blvd., Satellite Beach. Cost is $5.
(321) 777-0997.
Singles: meet the second, third and fourth
Thursday of each month from 6:30-8 p.m. at
the Unitarian Universalist Church, 2185
Meadowlane Ave., West Melbourne. (321)
693-9597.
Society of Registered Nurses Retired:
Florida Space Coast Chapter. Second Mon-
day, 11 a.m. The Tide NCO Club, Patrick Air
Force Base, Satellite Beach. (321) 449-0633.
Space Coast AfricanViolet Club: First Sat-
urday, 1:30 p.m. Melbourne Beach Public
Library, 324 Ocean Ave., Melbourne Beach.
Space Coast Inventors Guild: Fourth Sat-
urday, 2 p.m. Eau Gallie Public Library, 1521
Pineapple Ave., Melbourne. (321) 768-1234.
Space Coast Parrot Head Club: Third Fri-
day, 7 p.m. Nautical Spirits, 2700 Harbortown
Drive, Merritt Island. Visit www.spacecoast-
parrotheads.com.
Space Coast Peggers: Local cribbage club.
Monday, 6 p.m. 300 S. Sykes Creek, Merritt
Island. (321) 632-2088.
Space Coast Wine Guild: Fourth Thursday,
7 p.m. DRS Community Center, 1089 S.
Patrick Drive, Satellite Beach. (321) 956-1894.
Temple Talkers: for seniors meets third
Wednesday at 11:30 a.m., at Temple Israel,
7350 Lake Andrew Drive, Viera. Bring a bag
lunch. (321) 726-0600.
U.S. Air Force Security Force Association:
Space Coast chapter meets second Wednes-
days at 11:30 a.m., at The Tides Collocated
Club, State Road A1A, Patrick AFB. Call (321)
243-8919.
USS Relentless: Starfleet International
Chapter. Second Monday, 7:30 p.m. (321)
952-7187 or e-mail co@ussrelentless.com.


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well as hot dogs and refresh-


ments. Santa Claus will be stop-
ping byfora visit with candy. The
Hand Bell Choirs will present
their annual Christmas Ring con-
cert at 2 p.m. prior to the open
house. Call (321) 636-4811.


MONDAY, DEC. 21

SPictures with Santa: Take
photos with Santa starting at
noon next to Lane Bryant at The
Avenue Viera on Towne Center


Avenue, Viera. Sessions are daily
from Monday, Dec. 21 through
Thursday, Dec. 24. Visit
www.shoptheavenue.com.
*'Christmas With Dino': Pre-
sented by Alfie Silva, with Bob


Campbell on Piano and joined
by Dino's friends, Rita Moreno,
Amber Prine, and Alan Selby. 8
p.m. on Dec. 21-23 and 2 p.m.
on Dec. 24. Melbourne Civic
Theatre, LeGallerie Plaza, 817 E.


Strawbridge Ave, Melbourne.
Fundraiser for the theater. Cost
is a suggested donation of $20
per person. Call (321) 723-
6935.


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collectibles, silver
certificates & coins,
2 safes (large),
paintings, furniture,
(collectible Indian
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dolls),(railroad small
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Hundreds of oriental
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25th to celebrate the Christmas Holiday.
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earlier for the 12/25 edition.
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papers from Martin County through Titusville.
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BUYING US mint stamps
and older US pre 1940
stamps & collections.
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guns. 772-528-7020
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including your phone number. Only 1 ad per week (each ad
runs 2 weeks). All FREE ads must be submitted by mail, fax
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OLD GUITARS Wanted!
Fender,Gibson,Gretsch,
Martin, D'Angelico,
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excellent condition, $50
321-956-9307 SoBrev
AREA RUGS, 2,
beautiful, clean 5x7,
$100 ea, 321-773-3683
ARMOIRE, for Jewelry,
oak finish, $45,
321-455-2848 NoBrev
ART DISPLAY stands,
new aluminum, with cov-
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321-914-4277 SoBrev
BICYCLE folding, 20" 5
speed, North Woods,
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BICYCLE, 16" Boys, w/
training wheels, $30,
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BICYCLE, FOLDABLE,
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aluminum, only $135
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BOOK PAPER back
excellent condition, 135,
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CAGES, SMALL animal
30" X 30.5 X 14" $45.
27" X 27" X 16/5"$ 35.
321-609-4442
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321-426-4826
CHAIRS, Patio chaise
lounge chairs, 2, white w/
metal frame, $25 each
321-777-5080 SoBrev


CHAISE LOUNGE, wick-
er, pale yellow $100 firm
Exercise bike $90
321-951-4275
CHRISTMAS TREE, 7.5',
artificial manhattan pine,
w/ revolving stand, $50
321-952-7746
CHRISTMAS TREE,
used once, 9' pole fir
tree, $65 obo
321-848-4110 SoBrev
CLOCK, Grandfather
clock, dark wood, 5' not
antique $25,
321-768-1714
COMFORTER SET,
queen, red & gold, 3 pil-
lows, 2 shams & skirt,
$50, 321-757-7954
COMPUTER SYSTEM,
Dell, complete, Windows
XP & flat screen monitor,
$199, 321-271-7311
COMPUTER W/ Monitor
Omni Tech, good back
up, working, $50
321-254-6911
COMPUTER, Gateway,
2.4GZ, Win/ XP, includes
monitor, works great,
$100, 321-728-9003
COMPUTER, HP,
Windows XP, very good
cond. cd burner not work-
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DESK, MAPLE, $35,
rocker w/ cushions $35
321-504-9530 NoBrev
DISHWASHER, 1 year
old, in storage, Kitchen
Aid, $200, 321-728-4393
DOLL HOUSE, minia-
ture, victorian 1" scale
30" wide, 45" high, $200
321-749-3344
DRESSER, 9 DRAWER
all wood, $75, twin size
day bed, white, $65
321-837-1181 SoBrev
ELECTRIC RANGE,
Kenmore, white good
cond, model 790-923123
06, $85, 321-637-8841
ELECTRIC SCOOTER,
Kids, motorized, like new,
$75, Trek Mtn bike, $50
321-253-9248 SoBrev
ENT. CENTER, 8' w/
glass shelves, plus 27"
Sony TV, $150
321-952-3917 SoBrev
EXERCISER, Elliptical,
good condition, pick up,
40 321-459-1964
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FAX, PRINTER copier,
Canon Super G3-L170
software & manual $35
321-254-8488
FILING CABINET, 4
drawer, legal size, with
filing folders, $120
270-302-8010 SoBrev
FLOOR LAMP, flowered,
tiffany style kitchen light
fixture excellent cond,
$100 all 321-259-6912


FURNITURE, student fu-
rniture, futon, desk,
dresser, chairs, $200 for
all, 321-725-2092 SoBrev
FUTON, great cond, very
comfortable w/ frim
mattress, $120
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GAME, AIR Hockey
table, new in box, $125,
321-794-2431 SoBrev
GOLF BAG, walking golf
bag boy express, umb-
rella & cup holder, $100
321-454-4084 NoBrev
GUITAR & AMP, First
Act, well working, little
crack in guitar, fixable,
$85, 321-698-0680
HATCH COVER, wood,
28"w b 60" long, good
shape, $200
321-837-1328 SoBrev
HEADS, 2001 ford 4.6 PI
heads from GT mustang,
clean, very nice, $200
301-367-5752 SoBrev
HOOD SCOOP, 1966
Chevy Chevelle SS hood
scoops, 2, good cond.
$180, 201-919-1882
KARAOKE Player, CD
graphics w/ CD/ cassette,
remote & microphone,
$130 321-728-5684
KENMORE BAR frig
used 3 months black $75.
30" GE elec stove new
cond $100 321-567-4386
KITCHEN TABLE, Octa-
gon w/ leaf. Grey formi-
ca,, 6 upholstered chairs
on wheels, 2 captains.
$125 321-474-0277
MATTRESS, QUEEN
and box spring w/ frame,
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321-633-6242 NoBrev
MICROWAVE, GE, sen-
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excellent condition, $65,
321-984-8774 SoBrev
MICROWAVE, SHARP,
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PATIO SET, 5 piece, w/
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chairs, good cond, $125,
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POSTER- 'Lady in the
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RECORD PLAYER, GE,
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tree decor, metal, new,
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computer desk, large,
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TABLE, DINING table
oval w/ leaf, oak finish,
$150, 321-259-9020
TIRES, 2, Michelin radial
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18, $30 obo
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TIRES, 4, set, Pirelli, P6,
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TOOL BOX, 4, F/S pick
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$100 obo, F250 rims w/
caps $100 321-480-2784
TRAIN SET, Bachmann,
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TRAIN SET, Lionel, new,
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1 blk from river w/family
rm, porch, Ig fenced yard,
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$750/mo. 321-639-3478


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40 ACRES Off SR44 E.
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high ground, hunting,
timbering,grazing income
$7800 per acre. Owner
Financing. 386-760-0708
ST LUCIE COUNTY
Bluefield Road. Nr Blue-
field Ranch Natural area.
(3200 acre site)20-106 ac
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$795/mo. 413-684-1436
OLD ROCKLEDGE- near
river, smoke free, 3/2/2
FL room, fireplace, large
oaks, privacy fence,
10x40 awning, 20x20 out
building, very clean,
$1200/mo. 321-631-7120
PALM BAY 3bdrm/2bath
2car garage $700/mo.
Woodside Condo 2bdrm/
2baths, new carpet/tile
$650/mo. 321-255-1661
PALM BAY NE: Big CBS
3/2/2 family room, No
pets $800 WD Realty
321-723-3311


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PALM BAY Pool
Home 2br/2 ba/ 2cg,
Huge patio w/lg pool.
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tile, appliances, fresh
paint. Small Pet OK.
850/mo 772-260-3217
PALM BAY SE: CBS
2/1/1, No pets $525/mo
plus Deposit. WD Realty
321-723-3311

PALM BAY: Almost new,
3br/2ba/2cg, All Appli-
ances, Screen Porch,
$1000/mo Call Ronnie at
321-508-5444


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miles. silver AM-FM/CD
all power. cold A/C,
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motor. Total rebuilt, auto
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Park $310/mo + utilities.
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359-5231 305-247-4021

GB PURSUIT, 35' '05,
class A, Ford V-10, dual
slides, Non-smoker
23K/mi., many extras,
Must Sell $47,500/obo
321-768-6403
GOLF CART '04 EZGO
seats 4, new batteries
5/09, Pristine cond. Buy
with confidence. $2600 or
best offer 321-622-5577
HOLIDAY RAMBLER40'
'02 Endeavor. Diesel 78k
mi. 2 slides satellite, exc
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Optional Honda tow car
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CHEVROLET S10 LS,
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mi., Fortec V-6 engine,
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953-2529, 704-408-9103.
FORD E-150 2003 Auto,
A/C, new shocks, tires,
hitch, battery. Exc cond
$7200/obo. West Melb
734-646-5342


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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


MELBOURNE Central
location on quiet street.
1/1 ceramic tile,new paint
Reduced! $480/mo incls.
washer/dryer,lawn, water,
trash. Call 321-693-2784
SEBASTIAN Tri-plex
Completely remodeled
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC
ACTION Notice is hereby
given the following
vehicles will be sold at
public auction in the
Storage Yard at 2064
Wickham Rd. Melbourne,
FL 32935 on the following
dates due to unpaid
towing and storage fees.
Time of Sale 8:00 A.M.
January 12, 2010
1999 Mercury
2MEFM74W7XX702865
2000 Ford
3FAFP6635YM109224
1999 Infiniti
JNKCP11A7XT019934
1999 Ford
1 FAFP663XXK225489
2003 Jeep
1J4GX48S33C573902
2006 Nissan
3N1CB51A26L516239
1993 Acura
JH4DA9355PS000521
2008 Kawasaki
JKAVN2D118A020618
Terms of Sale Cash
Pub: December 18, 2009


Central Merritt Island
OFFICE SUITE 1800sf.
Move-in ready (new)
Bargain Rate! Call 321-
783-7501; cell 537-7855



MELBOURNE Lg shop
50x90, 4500sf, Suitable
for RV repair. 16'x14' roll-
up, show rm, 52 amp &
110v, $2200/mo Smaller
units avail 321-984-7070


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ST. AUGUSTINE BCH
Oceanview Condo fr $99/
nite $779/wk, Ocean front
house fr $199 nite $1399/
wk, Ocean front wedding
$359 or Historic Dist fr
$129 Discount cruises
$289pp. 904-825-1911
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Public sale notice is
hereby given that the
undersigned intends to
sell the personal property
described below under
the Florida Self Storage
Facility Act. Florida
Statute Section(s)
83.80183.908. The
undersigned will sell at
public sale by competitive
bidding starting.
Household Items for the
following: Kristin Zulli
B38, Peter Adkins EE66
& EE05. Place of
Auction: 575 N. Apollo
Blvd. Melbourne, Florida
32935 Date of Auction:
January 9, 2010 @ 2:00
pm Phone: 321-242-8000
All purchases are sold as
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