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Vol. 6, No. 20 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, December 11, 2009


STACK
FOR
SAVINGS
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HOW WEIRD
c IS THAT?!
T SEAN MCCARTHY



pend 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 reuters.com: UK
ministry shuts down UFO
unit
After more than 50 years
of service, Britain's Ministry
of Defense has shut down
its UFO investigation unit,
saying it could no longer
justify the cost of running
the service.
The ministry said it
found no evidence of a
threat to Britain or proof of
the existence of extra-
See WEIRD, A2


Space week gives sixth-graders


an up-close look at NASA


By Jenet Krol
Krol@hometownnewsol.com
It was an invasion of sixth graders at
Kennedy Space Center, during the
facility's annual Space Week.
The program, which has given the
students an up-close look at space
exploration for the past seven years,
invites more than 5,000 Brevard


County students out to the space cen-
ter.
"We want to encourage young
minds to study the subjects of sci-
ence, technology, engineering and
math while inspiring them with the
NASA story," said William Moore,
chief operating officer of KSC Visitor's
Complex.
During their visit, the students


Flying high


Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
The Brevard County Sheriff's Office and 'The Park' Skate Park hosted a Drug
Awareness day on Saturday Nov 28. Events included a skating contest, graffiti
painting contest and Police K9 demonstrations. Ishmael 'Ish' Cepeda, 14, of Mel-
bourne, was one of the contestants in the skate competitions.


completed a
scavenger hunt
of science
facts, met an
astronaut,
watched an
IMAX film
about the
See SPACE, A8


New leader at


Sharing Center


ushers in change


By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
There's a new executive
director at South Brevard
Sharing Center, and his first
priority has been to usher in
an era of change to the long-
standing service organization.
Michael Hubler, former
executive director of the Gif-
ford Youth Education and
Activity Center, has been on
the job for six months now,
and although the central core
mission of the Sharing Center
hasn't changed, the inner
workings of the organization
have undergone a major
transformation.
"In looking for a new execu-
tive director, the board of
directors was looking for a
change agent," Mr. Hubler
said. "They were not looking
to change the provision of
services, but to get more sup-
port in terms of the adminis-
tration and support of opera-
tions. So they made a
conscious decision to pick
someone who could help
build support foundations."
Founded in 1971, the South
Brevard Sharing Center is a
nonprofit, community-based
agency for charitable and
philanthropic purposes. The
center is designed to provide
emergency financial aid, help
with food, clothing, house-
hold items and furniture for
those in need. The center is
supported by donors, most of


whom live
just above .
the poverty .
line them-
selves, grants S '
and the Unit- I
ed Way, Mr.
Hubler said.
Since his .
arrival, Mr.
Hubler has
m a d e Hubler
changes to
the administrative services at
the center, including, perhaps,
one of the most important -
the coordination of volun-
teers.
The Sharing Center has a
new volunteer coordinator
who is responsible for sched-
uling, placing and orienting
the organization's 75 volun-
teers.
"The volunteer coordinator
orients them to the different
choices in volunteer opportu-
nities, guiding them and fol-
lowing up to see that they're
happy and calling those we
haven't seen in a while," Mr.
Hubler said. "We like to get the
volunteers on a regular sched-
ule and cross-train them (in
different departments)."
Mr. Hubler also had staff
rearrange the Sharing Center's
client services division in
order to accommodate more
of the needy.
"This was motivated by
change and the increased
clientele, but it was done to
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Stuck for

gift ideas?

Support

shelter pets

By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
Most people are familiar
with the infamous Seinfeld
episode where George
Costanza makes a "dona-
tion" to a fake charitable
organization called "The
Human Fund" in an
attempt to get out of buying
Christmas gifts for his
coworkers with disastrous
results.
His intentions were bad,
but the idea was sound.
Many charitable organiza-
tions, such as Central Bre-
vard Humane Society and
the Society for the Preven-
tion of Cruelty to Animals of
North Brevard, rely on holi-
day generosity to feed and
house homeless pets.
"This is a big time of year
See GIFT, A2


Super Flea collects

last-minute

donations of toys


By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com

It became obvious to
staff at Super Flea &
Farmer's Market last
weekend that their low-
cost photos with Santa
weren't the only things
parents needed help with
during these tough eco-
nomic times.
Several parents
approached employees
of the flea market to ask
for help or guidance in
providing their children
with Christmas presents,
said Cristal Santos, mar-
keting director for Super
Flea & Farmer's Market.
Super Flea is currently
hosting a Santa's Work-
shop in Row C of its mar-
ket, where children can
take a digital 4-inch by 6-
inch framed photo with
Santa for just $1 and par-


ticipate in free arts and
crafts.
"It's worth more than
$1, but we decided to give
parents an inexpensive
way for their children to
take a photo with Santa,"
Ms. Santos said.
The market will also
send your child a letter
from Santa Claus at no
additional cost.
During the workshop
last weekend, several par-
ents sought aid buying
Christmas gifts.
"Many parents
approached staff to find
out if Super Flea could
help buy toys for their
children," Ms. Santos
said.
As a result of these des-
perate pleas for help,
Super Flea has decided to
sponsor a last-minute toy

See FLEA, A8


Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
Santa arrived at Super Flea and Farmer's Market in Mel-
bourne Nov. 28. Santa got gift requests from Elaine, 4,
Kevin, 7, and Gerald Ramos, 12, of Melbourne. Santa will
be available for $1 photos at Super Flea until Dec. 24. For
more information, call (321) 242-9124.


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A2 Melbourne Hometown News Friday, December 11, 2009


Weird
From page Al
terrestrials, despite the
public sending thousands
of reports of UFOs to a
ministry hotline and email
address.
The dedicated UFO
officer who dealt with the
reports has been re-
assigned to another post,
saving 44,000 pounds
($73,000) a year.
From usatoday.com:
When stealing, don't leave
identification
A suspected shoplifter
was found when, after
dropping her purse at the
scene of a crime, she called
police to claim her bag.
The woman allegedly set
off an anti-theft alarm as
she fled a Family Dollar
store. She dropped her
purse in a parking lot while
being chased. When she
went to the police station
to retrieve her lost purse,
she was promptly arrested.
From dnj.com: Man
arrested for allegedly
drunk-dialing 911
A middle Tennessee man


was arrested after police
said he drunk-dialed 911
and has called police 47
times over the last year.
Murfreesboro Police
arrested a 57-year-old man
after police responded to
an emergency call to find
him intoxicated in his
home.
According to the police
report, officers asked him
why he called 911 and he
replied that he was "just
drunk."
He was charged with
abuse of the 911 system
and booked into the
Rutherford County Jail.
Another from
usatodaycorn: 'Jesus
Christ' dismissed from
jury duty
Jesus Christ was called
for jury duty in Jefferson
County, but was sent home
for being disruptive.
Court officials were
skeptical at first when a
potential juror submitted a
name change form with
"Jesus Christ" on it. But the
59-year-old Birmingham
woman, who previously
went by Dorothy Lola
Killingworth, assured the
presiding judge that was


'IM&ft


her name.
Christ was sent to Judge
Clyde Jones's courtroom
for a criminal case, but was
excused because she was
disruptive, court officials
said. Instead of answering
questions, she was asking
them, a court employee in
Jones's office said.
From news.yahoo.con:
Governor sent callers to
telephone sex line
In an embarrassing
blunder, Gov. Charlie Crist
mistakenly directed
parents of uninsured
children to call a toll-free
sex line.
People calling the
governor's office heard an
on-hold recording of Crist
promoting the toll-free
Florida KidCare line.
Except two numbers were
transposed. Anyone calling
the number Crist gave out
was told to call another
number. The recording on
that second phone number
begins, "Hey there sexy
guys" and says the caller
can have a more graphic
conversation with a
woman for $2.99 a minute.
Sean McCarthy can be
reached at help@Com-
puteThisOnline.com.


Gift
From page Al
for donations," said Eileen
Cole, media relations man-
ager for Central Brevard
Humane Society, a no-kill
for space shelter. "Summer
is very slow, but we do most
of our fundraising from Sep-
tember to December."
In fact, Central Brevard
Humane Society produces
an annual holiday card, cre-
ated by local pet portrait
painter Lee Taylor, who vol-
unteers her time to design
the card. People can buy
them for a donation of $5.
These cards can be pur-
chased in the name of the
donor and in honor of or in
memory of a deceased rela-
tive, friend or pet.
Donors can also make
donations through the
Humane Society's Web site,
www. crittersavers. com.
Here, donors can choose to
make a donation in their
name or in the name of
someone they'd like to
honor, remember or gift.
The SPCA of North Bre-
vard, located in Titusville,
also accepts online dona-
tions on their Web site,
www.spcanorthbrevard.com
, said Teri Scott, public rela-


'This is a big time of year for donations. Sum-
mer is very slow, but we do most of our
fundraising from September to December."

Eileen Cole
Central Brevard Humane Society


tions director for the organi-
zation.
SPCA, which is horribly
overcrowded, is currently
raising money for the pur-
chase of land and the con-
struction of a new building,
Ms. Scott said.
"Right now, we're drilling
holes and installing new
shelving in our offices in an
effort to save space," she
said. "If we can make anoth-
er 2-foot space for a cage,
we'll fit it in."
The shelter is overrun
with animals, housing
approximately 147 pets,
including 18 dogs and 129
cats. SPCA is a strict, no-kill
facility, Ms. Scott said.
"We are absolutely 'no-
kill,'" she said. "We don't
even put down dogs for
aggression. We have a train-
er who comes in and works
with them day and night."
Both organizations also
accept donations of goods
used to care for the animals,
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towels and bleach to clean
cages and kennel runs, hand
soap, laundry detergent, old
towels, blankets, sheets, pil-
lows and pet beds, leashes,
collars and dog treats. Cen-
tral Brevard Humane Soci-
ety seeks peanut butter,
which is used as a dog treat.
SPCA seeks donations of all
pet foods, including the
Pedigree brand, which is
preferred.
Additionally, both organi-
zations have avenues avail-
able for those who would
like to make a donation to
the memory of a deceased
relative or pet. In fact, said
Ms. Cole, many people will
list nonprofit organizations
in obituaries seeking dona-
tions in memory of their lost
loved one in lieu of flowers.
SPCA has a special memorial
wall plaque, in which donors
can purchase space where
their loved one's name will
be inscribed. There are two
options: dog lovers can pur-
chase a bone-shaped plaque
and cat lovers can purchase
a mouse-shaped plaque.
Regardless of what donors
are able to give, every little
bit helps, Ms. Scott said.
"We're happy to accept (a
donation in) any amount,"
she said.
To make a donation to
Central Brevard Humane
Society, make checks payable
to "Central Brevard Humane
Society" and mail to 1020
Cox Road, Cocoa, FL 32926,
or visit their Web site at
www.crittersavers.com. For
more information, call (321)
636-3343.
To make a donation to
SPCA ofNorth Brevard, make
checks payable to "SPCA of
North Brevard," and mail to
455 Cheney Highway,
Titusville, FL 32780 or visit
their Web site at
www.spcanorthbrevard.com
. For more information, call
(321) 267-8221.


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Adoption Center in Mel-
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thanks to the help of a
local eighth-grader.
David Wilson, 13, of Boy
Scouts Troop No. 332 spent
the majority of his Thanks-
giving break painting a
portion of the facility to
earn the title of Eagle
Scout, the highest rank in
the Boy Scouting program.
An Indialantic resident,
David performed the task
as part of his required
community service proj-
ect, in which Scouts are
required to plan, organize,
lead and manage a team of
others.
"I just really like ani-
mals, so I wanted to do
something that could help
get them adopted," said
David, who attends Hoover
Middle School. "One of the
members of our church
suggested it, and I thought
it sounded like a good
idea."
Accompanied by mem-
bers of the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-day Saints
in Melbourne and fellow
Scouts from his troop,
David painted a fresh coat
of yellow paint along the
outside and inside walls of
the facility's dog adoption
area.
The team also used a
stencil to paint red and
blue paw prints along the
120-square-foot area.
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Boy Scout David Wilson of Indialantic helps paint an exterior wall at the South Animal
Care and Adoption Center as part of his Eagle Scout Project


the building was built in
1992; it was definitely in
need of a fresh coat," said
Willis Spivey, the facility's
animal care kennel super-
visor. "We are so glad
David chose us for his
project. We're hoping it
lightens the place up and
helps us get some more
dogs adopted."
In order to complete
each project, Scouts are
encouraged to look to the
community for help.
Brevard-based Richard's
Paint and Ace Hardware in
Indialantic provided David
with the items required for
his project, which included
several gallons of paint and
primer, roller brushes and


handles, medium brushes,
paint pans, plastic rap and
liquid mold remover.
"We are a local commu-
nity business and feel that
it's important to support -
to the best of our abilities -
individuals and organiza-
tions who choose to make
our community a better
place," said Ed Struttmann,
owner of Ace Hardware in
Indialantic.
Mr. Struttmann said he is
extremely proud of the
Eagle Scout candidates,
who the shop has support-
ed throughout the past
several years.
"They show leadership
skills to carry a project
from inception to comple-


tion," he said. "It's an
honor to work with these
young folks because they
really care for their local
communities."
Now that he and his team
have completed the proj-
ect, David will be recog-
nized during a special Boy
Scouts ceremony called a
"Court of Honor."
"I definitely learned
some leadership skills and
teamwork skills," David
said. "I was also impressed
that I got so many people
to come out and help. I had
a lot of fun."
The South Animal Care &
Adoption Center is at 5100
W Eau Gallie Blvd., Mel-
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FIT, Melbourne Airport sign partnership for research park


Hope park fosters technology-research, creates jobs


By Jennifer Nessmith
stahl@hometownnewsol.com
Officials with Melbourne
International Airport and


Florida Institute of Technolo-
gy hope a new partnership
will create jobs and put Mel-
bourne on the map as a center
for technological research.
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Melboume Airport, inked a
deal in which the two agen-
cies will embark on a 20-year
partnership, the Florida Tech
Research Park, aimed at fos-
tering economic develop-
ment and increasing the
region's high-tech competi-
tiveness.
"We're excited about this
partnership, which, frankly,
started as a big idea," Mr.
Catanese said at a news con-
ference Dec. 2. "High-tech
university research parks are
the mother of invention. This
partnership allows us to play
our part as a national research
facility."
The park will actually be "a
park within a park," Mr.
Catanese said, situated on 100
acres of prime land fronting
NASA Boulevard and within
the Airport Industrial Park.
The airport has an additional
500 acres of available land
that could be developed and
added to the research park,
about 30 acres of which are
contiguous.
Mr. Catanese said that in
order to create good jobs, sev-


eral factors must be in place,
including a good location, a
great national research uni-
versity and all that it provides
in staff, faculty, students and
laboratories, and a good air-
port, so that park tenants have
easy access to clients in a
global economy.
Airport and university offi-
cials are looking at several
research areas and business-
es, particularly cybersecurity,
which might want to locate or
relocate to the park.
The university is also inter-
ested in attracting research
groups in the biomedical,
biotechnical and hydrogen
and solar alternative fuel
fields.
"We couldn't ask for a better
partner to establish this new
research park," Mr. Ennis said.
"The impressive work already
being done at Florida Tech,
combined with the number of
high-tech and defense-relat-
ed airport tenants, create the
ideal atmosphere for innova-
tion and development."
Larry Wuensch, planning
director for Melbourne Air-
port, said the park would
allow companies with similar
infrastructure needs to clus-
ter in one area.
"We could have as many as


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Paul Lepinskie/staff photographer
Anthony J. Cantanese, president of Florida Tech presided
over the ceremony formalizing the research park agree-
ment. The research park's new logo and an aerial view of
the future park boundaries were on display.


10 buildings here in the next
20 years and if this concept
takes off, we'll be glad to
expand it," Mr. Wuensch said.
Florida Tech's Emil
Buehler Center for Aviation
Training and Research and
its Applied Research Labo-
ratory will be important
components of the park,
which will include a 25-acre
joint-use research com-
pound for applications such
as solar collection, or other


related sustainable energy
systems.
Also, another key tenant
to the research park is the
existing Florida Technology
Research and Development
Authority's Business Inno-
vation Center, which was
created in 2007 to help
start-up technology firms
grow. The TRDA is expected
to be a valuable generator of
future research park ten-
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Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
sumed innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a court
of law.
Melbourne
Police Department

Bonner Johnson, 26, of
1305 Sunwood Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Nov.
27 with petit theft, dealing
in stolen property and two
counts of larceny theft.
Marianne Tucker, 29, of
1703 Thrush Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Nov.
27 with driving under the
influence, reckless driving
and driving while license
suspended.
Jissie V. Cohen, 27, of
3108 Rollins St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Nov.
27 with possession of
cocaine, driving while
license suspended and
providing false identifica-
tion.
Matthew Krueger, 18, of
1520 Croftwood Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Nov. 28 with fraud and pos-
session of a controlled
substance.
Robert Paul Lyncy, 72,
of 115 W. Seminole Ave.,
Melbourne, was charged
Nov. 28 with felony battery.
Cedric Lavell Whiters,
25, of 900 Cedar Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Nov. 28 with possession of
dangerous drugs, tamper-
ing with evidence, posses-
sion of marijuana, posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia,
possession of marijuana
with intent to sell and two
counts of violation of pro-
bation.
Mark E. Colgate, 59, of
2350 Apache Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Nov.
29 with aggravated assault.
Sumer Marie Ohlsen,
26, of 462 N. Wickham
Road, Melbourne, was
charged Dec. 1 with an
out-of-county warrant,


possession of drug para-
phernalia and two counts
of possession of a con-
trolled substance.
Raymond German, 60,
of 267 Ulster Court, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec.
2 with violation of proba-
tion, possession of a con-
trolled substance, traffick-
ing a controlled substance
and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Jennifer D. Kasser, 27,
of 2221 Hampton Greens
Blvd., Melbourne, was
charged Dec. 3 with pos-
session of dangerous
drugs, possession of a con-
trolled substance and pos-
session of drug parapher-
nalia.
Wanda Lisa Vazquez,
32, of 1245 Palm Bay Road,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 3 with petit theft and
possession of drug para-
phernalia.

Palm Bay
Police Department

Melissa Marie Herring,
46, of 706 E. Line St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Nov. 27
with possession of cocaine
and possession of drug
paraphernalia.

West Melbourne
Police Department

Ashley Nicole Sands, 21,
of 136 San Paulo Circle, West
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 1 with aggravated bat-
tery and aggravated assault.


Rockledge Police
Department


Bailey Elizabeth Trepas,
20, of 470 Willow Tree Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Dec. 1 with possession of
marijuana with intent to sell
and possession of narcotic
equipment.

Brevard County
Sheriffs Office

Deshawn Cummings, 22,
of 2858 Colbert Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged Nov. 30
with an out-of-county war-
rant, possession of cocaine
and resisting arrest without
violence.
Sabrina Nicole Holder, 22,
of 2714 Carlson Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 1
with two counts of failure to
appear.
Lyle Douglas Jenkins, 38,
of 147 San Juan Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 1
with dealing in stolen proper-
ty and false ownership of
pawned items.
Derek Robert Free, 19, of
2195 Summerbrook St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Dec. 2
with possession of a con-
trolled substance and tres-
passing.
Johnathon Alexander
Mitchell, 21, of 2830
Caribbean Isle, Melbourne,
was charged Dec. 2 with viola-
tion of probation.
Jose R. Figueroa, 38, of 500
S. Sylvia Road, Melbourne,
was charged Dec. 3 with sell-
ing cocaine and possession of
cocaine.


Police report


Leader
From page Al
enhance client services to
reduce wait times," Mr.
Hubler said. "Simultaneous-
ly, we're pre-bagging food to
reduce (client) wait times
from one hour to about 10
minutes."
Due to increased need -
the center has seen double
the amount of clients in
recent months, including
many with doctorate, mas-
ter's and bachelor's degrees -
officials have increased the
amount of emergency food
and the frequency with
which it's distributed.
Formerly, clients who
needed food were allowed to
come in quarterly for a three-
day emergency supply. Now,
the needy can get five days'
worth of food every 30 days.
"(We increased the food
allotment because) the peo-
ple were in more dire straits
than they've been in the
past," Mr. Hubler said.
The executive director said
he and his staff also took a
hard look at the books and
discovered that, on average,
the center was spending
$5,000 more a month than it
was taking in.
"And we're running with a
skeleton crew to begin with,"
he said.
In order to trim the budget,
Mr. Hubler decided to limit
the Melbourne and Palm Bay
locations' hours, with the
Melbourne center operating
on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday and the Palm Bay
location running Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday. The
adjusted hours have been
beneficial to the needy
because they are afforded
time on the weekends- away
from their regular jobs to
seek aid.
"We're busier on those
days, more than twice as
busy, but with the changes
we're able to get through
faster, and with all the
changes we made, we were
able to balance the budget,"
Mr. Hubler said.
The agency made changes
to its Homeless Information
Management System as well,
a database of clients that


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The South Brevard
Sharing Center gives food
and toys to more than 300
families each year at
Christmas. The numbers
grow each year due to the
increased struggle to pro-
vide basic needs for chil-
dren. The Sharing Center
will distribute gifts Dec.
16, 18 and 22 for children
between the ages of 1 and
17. Monetary donations,
gift donations and volun-
teers are needed. The
monetary donations will
be used to buy meat,
hams and turkeys.
Please make sure the
items that are donated
are new toys. For your
convenience, drop-offs
should use the rear
entrance on Silver Palm
Avenue. Someone will be
happy to assist you and
give you a receipt for your
tax-deductible donation.
Please mail your dona-
tions to South Brevard
Sharing Center, 17 E.
Hibiscus Blvd., Mel-
bourne, FL 32901 or call
(321) 727-8581 to sched-
ule a pick-up.

The following items are
needed:
Food:
Potatoes real and
instant
Cranberry sauce


works to eliminate "double
dipping" of services but also
allows clients to receive aid
from any location at any time
rather than having to visit the
same center over and over
again.
And, for those who drive by
the center's two locations,
you may have noticed the
new paint on the exteriors,
applied by volunteers from
Hope Lutheran Church in
Suntree and Publix employ-
ees from one of the super-
market's Palm Bay locations.
Mr. Hubler said his No. 1
goal for the New Year is to
better meet the need of the
clients served by the Sharing
Center.


Christmas needs


Stuffing
Sweet potatoes real
and canned
Bread
Gravy mix
Sugar
Dry milk
Eggs
Canned vegetables
Fresh fruit apples,
oranges
Jello
Pudding
Margarine

Toys:
Ages 1-5:
Fischer Price toys
Tea sets
Puzzles
Coloring books
Learning games
Infant toys
Dolls (black and white)

Ages 6-9:
Gift cards
Board games
Action figures
Tonka trucks
Video games
Bikes and helmets
Craft sets

Ages 10-17:
Gift cards
Watches
Skateboards
CD players and CDs
Sports equipment
Jewelry
Bath sets


"(Right now), we're giving
people fish, and we'd like to
give the people the counsel-
ing so they can learn to fish
for themselves," he said.
The South Brevard Sharing
Center seeks donationsfor the
needy this holiday season. To
make a donation, visit
www.mysbsc.org, make
checks payable to the South
Brevard Sharing Center and
mail to 17 E. Hibiscus Blvd.,
Melbourne, FL 32901 or 2881
N.E. Palm Bay Road, Palm
Bay, FL 32901, or drop offcon-
, ibirons at one of the above
addresses.
For more information, call
(321) 727-8581 or (321) 676-
2965.


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The choice of a new generation

It seems that the rants and raves have changed in the
past year. Many ranters have been often writing that the
rants are too long and most often than not, most of the
raves now are all about the changes this nation is under-
going and who is to blame, the Democrats or Republi-
cans. Well, if the nation wasn't in such conscious unrest
about itself, then maybe more people would be writing
about local issues. If the nation would just realize that
there is a bigger picture than just the Democrats or
Republicans when it comes to blame.
And guess what: We are to blame, all of us! It is our
fault that our government has become this machine that
does not listen to us and that we do not trust. It is our
fault that we do not understand how the government
really works. The only thing we seem to understand, is
that it's corrupt, and we don't like it. How is that is ever
going to get anything done? There is only one way you
can make a difference in our nation, act locally. This is
where you can realistically make a difference. I saw it on
a bumper sticker once: "Think globally, act locally." Isn't
that a wonderful thought?
On another note, what this nation really needs, is
another choice: a third party that is as dominant as the
other two. If we had a third party to influence the gov-
ernment, then maybe we would find some kind of medi-
um to these issues that are so harsh to the left and right.
Freedom is choice. Freedom is education. Learn
everything about what it is you hate and stop whining
about the government and educate yourself. I am your
future. I am a 20-something, who sees a dawn of new
choices and new accountability.
So watch out all you seasoned ranting Democrats ver-
sus Republicans, because change is coming. And though
the youth will always be discriminated by the old the
change is the youth, and the youth doesn't care.

Buy out of pay off?

Why am I concluding that the AARP support was also
"bought off" or "paid off'?"
It seems to me the Sharpton and Jackson blackmail
tactic of "race-baiting" is being copied by the Democrats
and now employed as "legislative blackmail."
Support the plan and we (the Democratic Congress)
will throw money at you by enacting legislation favor-
able to AARP.

Stuck in time

While I was at home last night channel surfing, it
occurred to me that 2009 is almost over, but from watch-
ing various cable channels talking about terms like,
"Recession continues, trillion dollar budget deficits,
double-digit unemployment rates, $3 a gallon gasoline
and the president talks of adding more troops in
Afghanistan with an impending troop surge."
Feels like the nine on the end of 2009 is a six, like it's
still 2006 and we're still in the Bush-Cheney era.

Help me understand

Let me see if I understand all this:
If you cross the north Korean border illegally, you get
12 years hard labor.
If you cross the Iranian border illegally, you are
detained indefinitely (or traded for mosques in the U.S.).
If you cross the Afghan border illegally, you get shot.
If you cross the Saudi Arabian border illegally, you will
be jailed.
If you cross the Chinese border illegally, you may never
be heard from again.
If you cross the Venezuelan border illegally, you will be
branded a spy and your fate will be sealed.
If you cross the Cuban border illegally, you will be
thrown into political prison to rot.
If you cross the U.S. border illegally, you get a job, a
drivers license, Social Security card, Welfare, food
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Letters


What are the people's needs?

To the editor:
Our founding fathers' intentions
were great. Congress disagrees. This
was meant to be a democracy for
the people and by the people.
Today it is not. Congress rules for
Congress first, with the needs of the
people a poor Third. Note the oldies
have lost their yearly hoped-for
Social Security cost of living
increase. While poverty-stricken
Congress voted itself its yearly
increase. Why?
Congress does anything and
everything to insure their re-
election. That's first! The good of
the U.S.A. is second. What the
people need is last. We are against
this expensive, stupidly planned
health bill.
Why a re-haul of the entire health
system? It is cost-prohibitive? Why
not piece meal with less expense?
Why aren't the people permitted to
cross state lines to obtain the best
plan for our money? Why is Con-
gress afraid of this? Is money for
them involved?
We are entitled to be guaranteed
that our president is legitimate.
Obama has refused to produce a
clean, untampered with, clearly
legible certificate of birth stating
that he was truly born in the U.S.A.
Why does he refuse to produce it? Is
it that he cannot? We must do so for
important things. We need to be
assured that he is legitimate.
Obama, where is your clean
certificate of birth?

Richard del Gallego
Melbourne

What happened to U.S.?

To the editor:
I am saddened by the number of
people who have been "taken in" by
the shameful liberal spin which
blames Bush and Republicans for
the economic decline in our
country. Our financial woes clearly
began when liberal Democrats took
control of Congress after the 2006
elections and the decline worsened
after Obama was elected in 2008.
We have now endured 10 months
of Obama's liberal policies, and the
Democrat Congress, financial
bailouts and auto maker takeovers.
These facts speak for themselves.
Under Bush:
Unemployment was as low as
4.5 percent. Under Obama it now
exceeds 10 percent (http://news-
room. dc.gov/show.aspx/agency/doe
s/section/2/release/10336/year/2006
)


The dollar was strong and the
world wanted to invest in the good
old USA.
The stock market rose to record
levels over 14,000. Under Obama, it
plummeted to below 6,500
The value of my home almost
tripled
(http://www.homefinders.com/prop-
erty-values)
Consumer confidence was at an
all-time high
Earnings for Americans
increased for four consecutive
years
(http://data.bls.gov/PDQ/servlet/Sur
veyOutputServlet?data_tool=lat-
est_numbers&series_id=CES00000O
0001&output_view=net_lmth)
American's were buying new
cars, taking cruises, buying second
homes and vacations houses and
we were living large
Imports had risen for 6 consec-
utive years under Bush
(http://data.bls.gov/PDQ/servlet/Sur
veyOutputServlet?data_tool= lat-
estnumbers&seriesid=EIUIR&out-
put_view=pct_lmth)
Most businesses were thriving
in our country
Regular gasoline sold for $2.19 a
gallon

Then, somehow, the media,
liberal Democrats and Hollywood
began to see the results of their
demonizing of Bush, Cheney and
Republicans. Americans decided
that we needed change in 2006
when they voted in a Democrat
Congress and in 2008 they voted in
Obama.
We got "Change" all right.

Under 2006-09 Democrat rule:
Consumer confidence has
plummeted
Gasoline got to over $5 a gallon
Unemployment is over 9 per-
cent and rising
Americans have seen their
home equity drop by $12 trillion
1 of every 136 American homes
is in foreclosure
The Dow hit an all-time low at
6,469
More than $2.5 trillion have
evaporated from our investment
portfolio
The dollar is at our history's
weakest margins
Federal government takeover of
our health care is imminent;
Democrats have tripled the
annual deficit
Left unchecked, the deficit will
increase to more than $9 trillion in
10 years
(http://money.cnn.corm/2009/10/16/n
ews/econonmy/treasury deficit/index.


htm)
I wonder how many Americans
miss G.W Bush yet? Congress is
receiving the lowest public
approval ratings in history. Lower
than that of their nemesis who
they set out to destroy with rhetoric
and lack of support; president G.W
Bush.
(http://www.pollingreport.com/Bu
shJob.htm) and
(http://www.pollingreport.com:80/C
ongfob.htm)
Who would have thought that
after only 10 months of Obama,
Americans would begin to look
back at the Bush years as the "good
ole' days"?
The fatal flaw of liberalism is that
eventually, you run out of other
people's money.

Jeffery Cabaniss
Cocoa

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 addition-
al troops to Afghanistan.
What?
Why would Congress even hesi-
tate to fund our troops when they
are in a war? I guess Congress has
forgotten our men/women are
being shot at, and sometimes 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 hesitate to give our troops
what they need in the field? What's
wrong with this picture? Most of
Americans don't want their health-
care changed anyway, I sure don't.
However, that is being crammed
down our throats while our soldiers
fight with inadequate numbers
and/or tools to actually win. Me
thinks something stinks in Washing-
ton.

Joyce Cecrle
Melbourne







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Business news


Meetings
& workshops

FRIDAY,
DEC. 11
New member orienta-
tion: 10 a.m. Greater Palm
Bay Area Chamber of Com-
merce, 4100 Dixie Highway,
Palm Bay. (321) 951-9998.
SCORE small business
counseling: 11 a.m. Mel-
bourne Regional Chamber
of East Central Florida, 1005
E. Strawbridge Ave., Mel-
bourne. (321) 724-5400.
Leading Edge Leads
Club: Meeting. 11:30 a.m.
Mighty Mushroom Pizzeria,
2400 Dairy Road, West Mel-
bourne. (321) 243-3490.
Cocoa Beach Area
Chamber Holiday luncheon
& MAC's wine raffle: 11:30
a.m. Courtyard by Marroitt,
3680 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa
Beach. Get a chance to win
50 bottles of wine. Call (321)
459-2200 to reserve.

TUESDAY,
DEC. 15
Solution for high cost of
health insurance for small
business: Seminar. 8 a.m.
Beach Area Chamber of
Commerce, 400 Fortenberry
Road, Merritt Island. Call
(321) 459-2200 to register.
Ambassador meeting:
8:30 a.m. Melbourne
Regional Chamber of East
Central Florida, 1005 E.
Strawbridge Ave., Mel-
bourne. (321) 724-5400.
Chamber Academy
Committee: Meeting. 4 p.m.
Melbourne Regional Cham-
ber of East Central Florida,
1005 E. Strawbridge Ave.,
Melbourne. (321) 724-5400.

THURSDAY,
DEC. 17
Membership Commit-
tee: Meeting. 8 a.m. Mel-
bourne Regional Chamber


of East Central Florida, 1005
E. Strawbridge Ave., Mel-
bourne. (321) 724-5400.

Announcements

Local business owner
honored
Kinderdance Internation-
al is recognizing Devin
McHugh as franchisee of the
month for September 2009.
Ms. McHugh was origi-
nally hired by Kinderdance
in 1985 as a teacher. In
August of 1986 she made the
decision to purchase the
franchise for Brevard Coun-
ty. Since starting her fran-
chise she has earned all of
the franchise performance
awards, attended every one
of the annual conferences,
has been previously named
"Franchisee of the Month"
and "Franchisee of the
Year,"and helped with train-
ing, mentoring and advising
new franchisees.
Her loyalty, dedication
and continued adherence to
the Kinderdance teaching
guidelines has earned her
the recognition as the Sep-
tember franchisee of the
month.
With 102 franchisees in 32
states and five countries,
Kinderdance places empha-
sis on building self-confi-
dence and self-esteem in
young children through
learning to share, lead,
interact and respond to oth-
ers' needs as well as their
own with educational tutor-
ing taught by fully trained
Kinderdance instructors.
For information, call (800)
544-2334 or www.kinder-
dance.com.

Alliance Title gains
short sale specialist
Alliance Title, 730 Straw-
bridge Ave., Suite No. 100,
Melbourne, recently
announced Amy Harvey as
their newest team member.
The addition of Ms. Harvey,


who specializes in short
sales, further strengthens
their expertise in this area.
Short sales, which now
make up 40 percent of all
transactions throughout the
state of Florida and Brevard
County, show no signs of
abating. On the contrary, the
current economic condi-
tions coupled with high
unemployment rates, indi-
cate that they will continue
in an upward trend.
Alliance Title currently
has six employees dedicated
solely to short sales. Accord-
ing to Steve Spragins, a part-
ner at Alliance Title, no cost
is incurred for short sale
negotiations by the real
estate agent, the seller, or
the buyer. Alliance's fees are
paid by the seller's lender.
For information, call (321)
409-9455 or e-mail
amy@alliancetitlefl.com.

BCC's director of
Small Business
Center named
Vicky Peake, director of
the Florida Small Business
Development Center at
Brevard Community Col-
lege, has received the Net-
work Service Excellence
Award from the Florida
Small Business Develop-
ment Center Network,
based in Pensacola.
Ms. Peake also provides
counseling and training
for the Patrick Air Force
Base Small Business
Office. She created the
Military Spouses Training
Program through the
Patrick Air Force Base
Family and Support Cen-
ter.
The network is funded in
part through a cooperative
agreement with the U.S.
Small Business Adminis-
tration and is accredited
through the national Asso-
ciation of Small Business
Development Centers.
Through this organization,


business owners have
been assisted with growth
and "increased profitabili-
ty for businesses."
For information, call
(321) 632-1111.

New staff member at
insurance agency
The Insurance Center of
Central Florida is pleased
to announce that Barbara
Alsobrook has joined the
staff. The center is a full-
service insurance agency
and Ms. Alsobrook will be
handling all lines of insur-
ance. You may reach her at
(321) 255-0986, Ext. 203.
The Insurance Center of
Central Florida is located
at 3760 W. Eau Gallie Blvd.
Suite 104, Melbourne.

Local businesses
nationally named
Four local businesses
were honored by the U.S.
Chamber of Commerce
this week for their impact
on their communities by
increasing jobs through
trade:
PetroAlgae of Fellsmere
ISO Group Inc. of West
Melbourne
Aero Industries of
Titusville
SpaceX of Cape
Canaveral
All were awarded the
Chamber's Faces of Trade
award at a business forum
entitled Business Oppor-
tunities for Central Flori-
da: Growing in a Global
Economy in Cocoa recent-
ly.
"The future of job
growth is in developing
new technology. Our
nation's future competive-
ness is dependent on new,
cutting edge technologies
companies like these hav-
ing a business environ-
ment where they can flour-
ish," Congressman Bill
Posey (R-Rockledge said.
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He served as an honorary
co-host of the business
forum.
For information, call
(202) 225-3671.

Gerald Fasanella
joins NEXT Financial
Group

NEXT Financial Group
has announced that Gerald
"Jerry" Fasanella joined its
network of independent
investment professionals in
October as a division man-
ager.
Mr. Fasanella has been in
the financial services indus-
try for more than 30 years.
He started his career in New
York City acting as a profes-
sional trader for Merrill
Lynch, in the capacities of
position trader and block
trading specialist on the
Merrill Lynch OTC trading
floor.
Mr. Fasanella joined the
independent broker/dealer
arena in 1992 after relocat-
ing to Florida.
Mr. Fasanella's firm,
Heron Financial Partners, at
928 East New Haven Ave. in
Historic Downtown Mel-
bourne, will continue to
serve its current clients and
is now seeking to add quali-
fied representatives who
desire expansion of their
business with block trading
services and an opportunity
to become an equity partic-
ipant in NEXT Financial
Group.
For information, contact
Heron Financial Partners,
Inc. at (321) 728-1196 or e-
mail dzizzo@heronfp.com.


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Business awarded Local realtor achieves


Suddath Relocation Sys-
tems of Melbourne, an
agent of United Van Lines
and leading provider of
household goods trans-
portation, corporate reloca-
tion, facility moving, ware-
housing and logistics
services, was recently hon-
ored with the 2009 Perfor-
mance Excellence Award at
the United Van Lines annu-
al shareholders meeting.
The Performance Excel-
lence Award is presented to
agents who achieved excep-
tional service scores on the
basis of post-move surveys
completed by customers
and low claim ratios.
Suddath operates in 16
locations throughout the
United States as one of
United Van Lines' largest
agents. The Suddath Com-
panies has more than 1,200
employees nationwide han-
dling more than 40,000
shipments annually.
For information, visit
www.suddath.com.

First small assisted
living facility opens in
Cocoa Beach

Horizon House recently
opened to become the first
small assisted living facility
in Cocoa Beach.
Located at 119 W. Suwa-
nee Lane, the facility offers
assistance with professional
associates, chef-prepared
meals, a certified personal
trainer, nurse and pharma-
cist on staff, professional
entertainment, lab services
and escorted transporta-
tion.
For information, call Mio
Georges at (321) 449-9639 or
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national recognition

Susan Swanson with Bre-
vard County Realty, LLC has
been awarded the Accredit-
ed Buyer's Representation
(ABR) designation by the
Real Estate Buyer's Agent
Council of the National
Association of Realtors.
Ms. Swanson was
required to successfully
complete a comprehensive
course in buyer representa-
tion and an elective course
focusing on a buyer repre-
sentation specialty, both in
addition to submitting doc-
umentation verifying pro-
fessional experience to
qualify.
For information, call
(321) 987-9600.

New children's
entertainment
business opens

Bill and Cindy Paulsen
recently opened the
Games2U business
throughout the county.
Games2U is a mobile
entertainment business
that supplies vans to drive
up to an event (birthday
party, fundraiser, etc.) with
equipped high-end video
gaming systems where up
to 20 kids can play at a time
and outdoor activities like
laser tag and a giant inflat-
able hamster ball.
The Paulsen's are also
very involved in community
fundraisers and donate
their time and van to bene-
fit terminally ill children.
For information, visit
www.g2u.com.

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Space
From page Al
Moon, and took a ride on
the Shuttle Launch Experi-
ence.
In preparation for the visit,
NASA Education sends edu-
cational materials to the
schools.
"The science curriculum
gives us a lot of resources for
hands-on learning, and com-
ing here gives us a look at the
background and history of the
space program," said Bonnie
Edwards, a sixth-grade
teacher at Tropical Elemen-
tary School in Merritt Island.
"This is like the Disney
World of the Space Program.
You just can't imagine the size
in a textbook or video. The
learning gains are just
tremendous," said Ms.
Edwards.
Leah Foster, a sixth-grader
at MILA Elementary School
in Merritt Island, described
the Atlas 5 rocket she stood
beneath as "colossal. It really
makes me want to go into the
space program," she said.
Marisa Rivera, sixth-grader
at Sherwood Elementary
School in Melbourne, said
seeing the rockets up close
really made a difference in
her understanding of space
travel.
"Seeing all the rockets
makes you feel like you can
experience what (the astro-
nauts) were going through,"
she said.
In addition to the field trip,
each student received tickets
to bring their families back to
the space center.
"It's great," said Scott Cul-


Flea
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and fundraising drive in an
attempt to help some of Bre-
vard County's needy fami-
lies.
The market offered their
vendors advertising space in
an upcoming Hometown
News ad in exchange for a
donation to help parents
buy presents. Super Flea
also offered vendors a
reduced rate on public
address system advertise-
ments at the market in
exchange for their aid. But
Ms. Santos said she knows
business owners are suffer-
ing their own hardships, and
fears the market will not be


Andy Stefanek/staff photographer
Ryan Zippel, 11, of Golfview Elementary Magnet School in
Rockledge touches an actual moon rock at Kennedy Space
Center during the Seventh Annual Brevard Space Week.
Sixth-graders from all over Brevard came to the center to
learn more about the NASA space program.


berth, a sixth-grade reading
teacher at Spessard Holland
Elementary School in Satel-
lite Beach. "It really makes for
a home-grown feeling. We
want them to get involved in
the space program when they
get older and this helps create
a whole new generation of
students that are involved
and appreciate math and sci-
ence."
Sakayla Sanchez, a sixth-


able to help many families.
"We thought we would
give parents a $50 gift card
to Wal-Mart, but we cannot
help a lot of people," she
said. "We're trying to do as
much as we can."
The market is hosting a
raffle for a Super Flea shop-
ping spree. Entries are $1
and participants can enter
as many times as they wish.
Ms. Santos said needy
parents can sign up for aid
at the market's Santa's Work-
shop in Row C.
Super Flea seeks mone-
tary contributions and
donations of new,
unwrapped toys and non-
perishable food items. To
make a monetary donation,
make checks payable to


grader at Golfview Elemen-
tary School in Rockledge, said
preparing for the trip to KSC
and the visit inspired her to
work harder on her science
skills.
"It's not my strength, but I
was looking forward to com-
ing so I really worked hard
and pushed my education. I
really like science and I'm
improving. One day I want to
be an engineer," she said.


Super Flea & Farmer's Mar-
ket and mail to Super Flea &
Farmer's Market, Attn:
Cristal Santos, 4835 W. Eau
Gallie Blvd., Melbourne, FL
32934. To drop off dona-
tions, bring them to the flea
market at the same address.
Santa's Workshop and
photos with Santa Claus will
take place through Dec. 24.
Photos with Santa are $1.
The workshop is open from
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday,
Saturday and Sundays.
For more information on
how to make a donation, call
Ms. Santos at (321) 302-
9216.
For more information on
Super Flea & Farmer's Mar-
ket, visit www.superfleamar-
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And All That Jazz Caf6:
Ben Wilson will perform
Friday. Barry Brogan will
play Saturday. Open mic is
Tuesday with John Conden
or Berna. Steady Teddy per-
forms piano and vocals
Wednesday and acoustic
jam with Dave Grooms will
take place Thursday. All
performances are from 6-9
p.m. And All That Jazz Cafe
is at 1641 U.S. 1, Cocoa. Call
(321) 636-3232.
The Beach Shack: The
Spacecoast Playboys will
play 8 p.m. to midnight Fri-
day. The Bone Dogs will
play at 4 p.m. Sunday. The
Beach Shack is at 1 Minute-
men Causeway, Cocoa
Beach. Call (321) 783-2250.
Broken Barrel Tavern:
Mark Baker & Friends will
play 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. Friday.
The Barrel is at 4700 Bab-
cock St., Palm Bay. Call
(321) 728-4755.
Coasters Pub: Derek
and The Slammers will play
8:30 to 12:30 a.m. Friday.
Coasters is at 971 E. Eau
Gallie Blvd, Melbourne. Call
(321) 779-BREW.
The Cove: Rockit will
play 6-10 p.m. Friday. Ana &
Gary Kirby will play 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. Sunday. The Cove
is at 1462 A1A, Satellite
Beach. Call (321) 777-2683.
Crossroads Sports Bar:
The Last Chance Band will
play 10 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Fri-
day. The Bone Dogs will
play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Satur-
day. Crossroads is at 5070
Minton Road, Palm Bay.
Call (321) 723-9952.
Declan's Irish Pub:
Good Time'N 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: Freeway will play 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and
Saturday. The Matt Sams
Band will play 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Tuesday. Dog N' Bone
is at 9 Stone St., Cocoa Vil-
lage. Call (321) 636-2828.
Doubles Beachside Tiki
Bar: Buck Barefoot Band
will play 6-10 p.m. Saturday.
Doubles is at 1894 S. Patrick
Drive, Indian Harbour
Beach. Call (321) 773-5341.
Earl's Hideaway
Lounge: Strobe will play
8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Fri-
day. Fat City will play 2-6
p.m. Saturday. Red Hot
Delta Blues will play 8 p.m.
to midnight Tuesday. Earl's
is at 1405 Indian River
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Galmont Ballet performs Nutcracker


By Jenet Krol
Krol@hometownnewsol.com
For many people, the
holidays just wouldn't be
complete without seeing
the Nutcracker ballet.
This year, audiences can
continue that tradition at
the CocoaVillage Playhouse
Dec. 18-20, where the
Galmont Ballet will present
its 15th annual perform-
ance of the "American
Nutcracker."
Choreographed by Frank
Galvez, who has performed
with ballet companies in
Fort Lauderdale, Kentucky,
Belgium andVenezuela, this
version of the Nutcracker
has a slight twist. Instead of
being set in Germany, this
version is set in the North
eastern United States.
Mr. Galvez, who is
Cuban-born, said he
wanted to show his passion
for America in the produc-
tion.
"I love the music and the
history of the (Nutcracker)
ballet and I wanted to bring
that history to the United
States. I wanted to make
the history more sentimen-
tal to touch the hearts of the
audience," said Mr. Galvez.
The first act of the ballet,
which includes the party
scene, is where the audi-
ence will see the changes,
said Mr. Galvez.
Costumes reflect the
fashions of early 19th
century America, with men
dressed in tuxedos and the
little boys and girls dressed
up as cowboys and cowgirls.
Mr. Galvez retained the
original music, but if the


STAR SCOPES
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Week of 12-11-2009


Andy Stefanek/staff photographer
Katie Ballagh of Melbourne dances the role of the 'Christmas Spirit' during a presen-
tation of The American Nutcracker at the Historic Cocoa Village Playhouse last year.
The Galmont Ballet will again perform this holiday favorite Dec. 18-20.


audience listens closely,
they will hear some
bluegrass instruments
joining in.
"That's something we
added when I worked in
Kentucky. The Lexington
Symphony Orchestra
preformed the music and I
asked them to include some
bluegrass instruments. You
can't get more American
than that," he said.
Dancers in the second act
will be dressed in red, white
and blue to create a
unifying theme, said Lucia
Montero, Mr. Galvez's wife,
and dancing coach at the
school.
"Our production is
beautiful and magical," said


Ms. Montero. "Frank has
been able to tell this story
very easily and makes it
enjoyable not only for ballet
lovers, but for the ones
seeing it for the first time."
Sixty dancers, from those
as young as 7 years old to
adults, will dance in the
ballet.
Daliania Guiterrez, 13,
will play the role of the
Sugar Plum Fairy, a role
danced by her mother, Ms.
Montero, in the inaugural
performance 15 years ago.
The dance company has
been preparing for this
performance since August,
Ms. Montero said.
"We are very proud of our
student dancers. They look


just like professionals and
we are excited and confi-
dent that the show will take
the audience's breath away."
Three performances of
"The American Nutcracker"
are scheduled at the Cocoa
Village Playhouse.
Show times are Dec. 18 at
7:30 p.m., Dec. 19 at 2 p.m.
and 7:30 p.m. and Dec. 20 at
2 p.m.
Tickets are $15 for
children 12 years old and
younger, $20 for seniors and
students and $22 for adults.
Tickets are available at
the CocoaVillage Playhouse
box office, 300 Brevard Ave.,
Cocoa.
For information, call
(321) 636-5050.


Out & about


FRIDAY, DEC. 11

S'Jimmy Buffet Tribute
Cruise Bon Voyage Party':
5:30-10 p.m. Friday, Dec. 11.
Milliken's Reef, 683 Dave Nis-
bet Drive, Port Canaveral. Per-
formance with Miss Nadirah
Shakoor, Jimmy Buffet's lead
female singer, and tropical
rockers John Frinzi and John
Patti and opening act Capt.
Josh Ramsteck. Tickets are
$10 and $15 at the door and
includes one drink. VIP pack-
ages also available. All pro-
ceeds benefit Kiwanis Club of
Melbourne. Call (321) 452-
1338 or visit www.Palm-
BreezeTraveland Tours.com.
'Bethlehem Walk': 6-
8:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 11
through Sunday Dec. 13. Our
Father's House Ministries,
535 Cassia Blvd., Satellite
Beach. Ethnic dancing, basket
weaving, pottery and partici-
pants in period costumes.
Call (321) 777-0057.
Murder mystery dinner


theater: 6-9 p.m. Dinner,
show and dancing. Cafe
Unique, 607 Florida Ave.,
Cocoa. Call (321) 504-0823.

SATURDAY, DEC. 12

S'Jingle Bell Hike': 9 a.m.
to noon. Saturday, Dec. 12.
Turkey Creek Sanctuary, 1518
Port Malabar Blvd., Palm Bay.
Bring your children ages 12
and under and enjoy a holi-
day hike through nature
along the Turkey Creek
boardwalk. Bring your cam-
era to capture the moment
when your children meet
Santa at the end. Admission
is $3 the day of the event or
$2.50 in advance. Children
under 2 years old are free.
Admission includes cookies
and hot chocolate, holiday
crafts, a scavenger hunt and
meet and greet with Santa.
Call (321) 952-3443 or visit
www.playpalmbay.org.
Pet photos with Santa:
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. PETCO at


the Hammock Landing, 205
Palm Bay Road, West Mel-
bourne. Portion of proceeds
to benefit Central Brevard
Humane Society. Call (321)
636-3343 or visit www.critter-
savers.com.
Santa's party: 4-6 p.m.
DRS Community Center,
1089 S. Patrick Drive, Satellite
Beach. Cost is $15 for chil-
dren ages 2-10, $7 for chil-
dren over 11 and $15 for
adults. Start in Mrs. Claus's
winter wonderland dining
room with desserts, including
a chocolate fountain and
dinner The elves will help
children make crafts and then
it's off to the Candyland
dance room to learn some elf
dance moves. Then go to the
North Pole to get a photo
opportunity with Santa, his
Elves and Mrs. Claus. Bring
your own camera. Children
must be accompanied by a
paying adult. Call (321)
7736458.
'Taste of the Village': 5


p.m. Riverfront Park in Cocoa
Village. Sample foods, servic-
es and products from local
merchants of the village with
live entertainment and a corn
hole tournament. Cost is $5
and includes skate rental at
the Holiday on Ice. Call (321)
639-3500.
Melbourne light parade:
6 p.m. The parade starts at
the Florida Market Place on
the corner of Hibiscus Boule-
vard and Babcock Street and
proceeds south on Babcock
Street to U.S. 192 and heads
east to end on Strawbridge
Avenue and Waverly Place.
Bring a new unwrapped toy,
non-perishable food items or
a bag of dog/cat food and
hand it to the people walking
with the first float. All dona-
tions will stay in Brevard
County. Call (321) 544-1777.
Liza Minnelli Dinner
Theatre: 6-10 p.m. Dinner,
show and dancing. Cafe

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Aries-March 21-April 19
Your inner search for wisdom
makes you a wise soul. It
defines your passion for the
truth. No one has stronger
feelings. It helps in your pur-
suit and understanding of the
deeper mysteries. This quest
is the main source of your
happiness, more important
than earthly riches. This is
why we look up to you as our
leader.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Your strong belief in doing
things right is the major fac-
tor in your successful pursuit
of life. People like to be
around you, just to see what
you are going to do next.
When you get that "right"
feeling, nothing can slow you
down or stop you. You are
truly a kind soul and great
holiday blessings are upon
you.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Continue to have a renewed
sense of hope in the New
Year. You have earned it for
hanging in there this year
and never giving up. Stay
focused on your most impor-
tant visions, desires and pas-
sions. Refuse to let the world
or negative influences pull
you off course. Continue to
speak your truth. Much good
is on the way.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
Your great love of life will
always pull you through chal-
lenging times. Strive for bal-
ance. It will give you the
renewed strength to keep on
keeping on. Refuse to let
yourself be burned out now.
Fall is the harvest time of life
on earth. It should be a time
of plenty for all to end the
year and begin the new with
greater blessings.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Your positive attitude is con-
tagious. It's hard to say "no"
to Leo. Your inner strength is
the light that guides us on
our path of truth and helps
us in our travels. This is the
universal gift given at birth.
Thanks for being there. You
know what will work. May
life's greatest victories come
back to you as your just
reward.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
Your natural passion for life is
a positive influence on every-
one. Keep a close focus on
your main goals and priori-
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Fishlips Waterfront Bar
and Grill: Killer Mullets will
play 4-8 p.m. Friday. High
Tide will play 4-8 p.m. Satur-
day. The Tiki Band will play
5-9 p.m. Sunday and 4-8
p.m. Thursday. Fishlips is at
610 Glen Cheek Drive, Cape
Canaveral. Call (321) 784-
4533.
Grills Seafood Deck &
Tiki Bar: Even Odds will play
7:30 to midnight Saturday.
Mo Geetz will play 2-6 p.m.
Sunday. Grills is at 505 Glen
Cheek Drive, Port Canaver-
al. Call (321) 868-2226.
Key West Bar: Pinch will


play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday.
Stones Clones, the Rolling
Stones tribute band, will
play 9 p.m. to midnight Sat-
urday. Key West Bar is at
2286 A1A, Indian Harbour
Beach. Call (321) 773-1577.
Lou's Blues: Absolute
Blue will play 9:30 p.m. to
1:30 a.m. Friday. Chain
Reaction will play 9:30 to
1:30 a.m. Saturday. Spanks
Band will play 8:30 p.m. to
12:30 a.m. Tuesday. Lou's
Blues is at 3191 A1A, Indi-
alantic. Call (321) 779-2299.
Malabar Mo's: Open Fire
will play 4-7 p.m. Sunday.
Mo's is at 2805 Malabar
Road, Malabar. Call (321)
725-8347.
Milliken's Reef: Crucial
will play 5:30-10:30 p.m. Fri-


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liken's Reef is at 683 Dave
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al. Call (321) 783-0100.
Murdock's Bistro & Char
Bar: The Tree Frogs will play
7-11 p.m. Friday. Tropical
Yuppies will play 7-11 p.m.
Saturday. Patti and Frank
will play 6-9 p.m. Wednes-
day. Murdock's is at 600 Bre-
vard Ave., Cocoa. Call (321)
633-0600.
Norman's Raw Bar &
Grill: Slick Willie will play 7-
11 p.m. Friday. Spanks Band
will play 6-11 p.m. Saturday.
Red Tide will play 6-10 p.m.
Thursday. Norman's is at 3
Forrest Ave., Cocoa. Call
(321) 433-0872.
Off the Traxx: John Par-
rot will play 6-9 p.m. Friday.
Off the Traxx is at 918 E. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne. Call
(321) 327-2919.
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Cocoa. Call (321) 504-0823.
Drive-thru live nativity: 6-
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Wednesday. The Roost is at
891 S.R. 520, Merritt Island.
Call (321) 452-6606.
Sandbar Sports Grill:
Redfish Rich will play 4-8
p.m. and Perfect Tuesday
will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fri-
day. Vintage will play 3-7
p.m. Sunday. Monday is
Cabana Revival with the Rev.
Billy C.Wirtz at 4:30 p.m. Pat
Michaels will lead Mellow
Wednesday from 3-7 p.m.
Sandbar is at 4301 Ocean
Beach Blvd., Cocoa Beach.
Call (321) 799-2577.
The Shamrock Room:
Live music 7-11 p.m. Friday
and Saturday. Texas Hold
'Em 7 p.m. Wednesday. Jazz
with Matt Heister Trio
Thursday night. The Sham-
rock is at 103 Harrison St.,
CocoaVillage. Call (321)634-
5555.


inside for refreshments and
mixing with the cast after view-
ing the drive-through. Call
(321) 452-7180.
Ballroom and Latin danc-
ing: for singles and couples of
all levels. 7:30 p.m. Melbourne
Ballroom, 830 North Wickham
Road, Melbourne. Cost is $10
per person. (321) 255-1537.
'A Christmas Concert':
Featuring Brevard Community
Chorus, Brevard Children's
Chorus, Brevard Symphony
Orchestra. 7:30 p.m. in the
Maxwell C. King Center for the
Performing Arts, 3865 N. Wick-
ham Road in Melbourne. Gen-
eral admission is $20 and $15
for students and senior citi-
zens. Call (321) 433-7375.
Holiday cabaret show: 8
p.m. Every Saturday until Dec.
20. Surfside Playhouse, 301
Ramp Road, Cocoa Beach. Call
(321) 783-3013.

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Stables, 655 North Burnett
Road, Cocoa. Open house to
the public. Enjoy an offspring
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ties. If your heart isn't in it,
don't do it. The upcoming hol-
idays will be filled with many
opportunities to share your
love and glad tidings. Give
freely and spirit will pour out
the well of happiness back on
you.
Libra-Sept. 23-Oct.22
The new learning about life
this year is paying off. Stress
has gone way down. You
worry less. You are more
relaxed and centered. The list
goes on. Your vision quest is
highly focused and you make
wise choices. It doesn't get
much better than this. Thanks
for teaching us all about bal-
ance, peace, love and light.

Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
Kind words of assurance to
others in need go a long way
toward building cooperation
when life's challenges are
upon you. You are never
alone. Your great heart is an
open channel for the spirit
world to flood you with grace
and guidance. Just be open to
and ask for it and all chal-
lenges will be met with ease.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Do something really creative
for yourself as a reward for all
your hard work and tenacity.
Let your patience, trust and
faith in the universe continue
to guide you. It is your true,
inner light. When not sure,
wait. The truth will always be
revealed. Today is all we have.
Make today the best day of
your life.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
You live life with such a won-
derful spirit of love. When you
turn within and listen closely
for wise answers to life's chal-
lenges, you are at your best.


The joy in your beautiful heart
is a treasure. This wonderful
heritage will soon be multi-
plied for all in the holidays to
come from your sweet grace
and giving. Thanks sweet soul.

Aquarius-Jan 20-Feb. 18
You have so much motivation.
It stems from your passion
and innovative ideas. No one
has more. You were born with
a great gift. You don't stay
down for long. This fire and
grit in your heart and soul are
the great tools moving you
forward to your great pur-


pose. You are a marathon run-
ner. We all cheer you on to
victory.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
There are three strong reasons
for your success. You are a risk
taker. You have strong faith in
life. You have great love of
family and friends. No one
does it better. This is why spir-
it made you the last sign. To
tie up loose ends on the
important stuff, so we can all
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Bird watching tours
offered throughout
December
Driving tours at Merritt
Island National Wildlife
Refuge will be offered
through December.
Learn how to identify the
many birds that frequent the
refuge with a trained U.S.


Fish and Wildlife Service
volunteer. Tours leave a t9
a.m. and last for three to
four hours.
Suggested items to bring
include binoculars, camera,
field guides, bug repellant,
water and a snack. Loaner
binoculars are available.
The cost is $3 per person
and children under 16 are
free. Space limited and
reservations are required.


Tour Dates:
Sunday: Dec. 6-27
Thursday: Dec. 10-31
Saturday: Dec. 12-26
For information or to
reserve, call (321) 861-5601
to make reservations. The
Visitor Center is located on
SR 402, 5 miles east of U.S. 1
in Titusville.

Holiday wine tasting
benefit scheduled
The Kelly Slater Sculpture
Project is hosting a holiday
wine tasting from 6-11 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 19 at Big Surf
Cafe, 3210 S. Atlantic Ave.,


Cocoa Beach.
The cost is $20 and
includes wine tasting,
unlimited hors d'oeuvres,
live music and raffle entry.
The group is currently
seeking sponsors for the
event. A platinum sponsor
position is $1000 and
includes logo on giveaway
to each guest, banner or
booth at the event, compa-
ny and logo on sponsor
board, Web site link and its
name engraved on final
Slater monument. A gold
sponsor position for $500
includes logo on giveaway
to each guest, a banner at
the event, company and


logo on sponsor board and a
Web site link. A silver spon-
sor position is $250 and
includes a banner at event,
company and logo on spon-
sor board and a web site
link. A bronze sponsor posi-
tion is $100 and includes its
company name on the
sponsor board.
All sponsors may substi-
tute a product or service of
equal value for each level.
Interested parties can
send check or money order
to:
The Kelly Slater Sculpture
Project
See COMMUNITY, B5


showcase, pony quadrille,
Arab costume pas de deux,
grand prix free style, parade
of champions, a visit from
Santa and many other horse-
related activities. Call (321)
409-5859.
Full day of music at
Cocoa Beach Library: Pre-
sents Christmas Around the
World with the Tommy Doyle
Band. 2 p.m. 550 N. Brevard
Ave, Cocoa Beach. Following
the concert, enjoy classical
and seasonal favorites played
by Lynn and Joseph Gray on
violin and guitar in the main
library from 3:15-4:15 p.m.
There is no charge for these
concerts. Call (321) 868-
1105.


Dr. Karin J. Leister earned
her Doctor of Medical Dentistry
degree from the University of
Florida College of Dentistry in
1990. She also earned a Bachelor
of Science Degree in Biology
from the University of South
Florida in 1985.
Dr. Leister is a native of
Florida, born in Melbourne. She is
happily married to her husband,
Steve, and is the mother of twins,
Claire and Collin. She is also rais-
ing her two step-sons, Joey and
Michael. She loves being around
children, and road cycling.
Dr. Leister is an active mem-
ber of River Run Christian Church
and donates many services to the
members.Her older boys attend
Christian School. The twins are
being raised in the day-time by
their daddy. They are truly adored.
Dr. Leister performs all phas-
es of dentistry including preventa-
tive, restorative, cosmetic and
extractions. She keeps up to date
with all the current developments


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screenings and TMJ soft night
guards. She is certified in fabricat-
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on Lumineers in California. She
screens for head and neck cancers
with her oral exam. She believes in
being very thorough and spends
quality time with each patient.
Each patient and procedure are
treated individually with the
patient's best interest at heart.
She offers conscious sedation
through Nitrous Oxide. We also
offer headphone music and pre-
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have many new products to treat
teeth sensitivity.
Dr. Leister is known for being
gentle and has a light touch. She
enjoys caring for her patients as if
they were family.
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RELIGION


Experience heaven on earth by doing good deeds, praying


Editor's note: In accor-
dance with Jewish tradition,
out of respect, I do not write
G-d's name, even an English
substitute, in a place where it
may be discarded or erased.
I remember someone
saying, "I want to go to
Heaven. But, not right
now."
Well, you can be "in"
Heaven without going "right
now." Some people say they
had a heavenly or hellish
experience to describe an
extreme condition although
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From page B4
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For information, call (321)
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actually in Heaven, or the
opposite. But, what is
Heaven? At its core, it is a
condition of closeness, a
state of a soul being
enveloped in the Oneness of
the Divine beautiful,
tranquil and comforting to
the 'nth degree. Purgatory
would be the opposite, a
condition of distance and
disconnect.
We can feel we are "in"
Heaven by doing a mitzvah
- a good deed.
What if we got up this
morning and prayed? What
if we saw someone such as a


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co-worker or friend in need,
and offered help because
that is what G-d wants of
us? We will have done a
mitzvah. We will have
embraced our life's purpose
and, in doing so, we will
have embraced the Divine.
However, a mitzvah is more
than a good deed. A mitzvah


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is a connection with G-d. It
is an awesome connection
so when we do a mitzvah,
we are actually experiencing
Heaven. And then some.
However, we cannot feel it
and that's a bummer. Our
inability to feel something,
though, does not mean it is
not there. Sometimes you
need to see things in your
mind's eye, to close your
eyes and see things with
your soul. No, you will not
experience the Heaven
sensation to its fullest; that
is reserved for a disembod-
ied state or the "World to


Children's home
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Come" in the Messianic
Era. But it is not "all or
nothing."
The Mishnah (Talmudic
teaching), Avos 4:2, teaches
us that "the reward of a
mitzvah is the mitzvah
itself, the recompense of a
transgression is the trans-
gression itself."
The very act of the
mitzvah is the medium
whereby man forges a
timeless relationship with
G-d. Conversely, every sin or
transgression causes the
opposite impact: it draws
the person away from G- d.


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So, in essence, Heaven
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their conventional mean-
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can experience Heaven
now; we just have to
correctly align our lives and
allow ourselves to appreci-
ate what we have
done. When we are living a
purposeful life, fulfilling G-
d's desire in our existence,
we are in Heaven.
Rabbi Konikov is director
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reached at contact@jewish-
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property contents of the Make your family
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be offered for sale by the family pet is
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lien at Suntree Self book online
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Melbourne, FL 33940 on
December 29, 2009 at
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we had the best response
ever. THANKS!! es
MELBOURNE Multi-
family Fri-Sat-Sun. Dec
11-13. 667 Everglade Dr.
Ballard Park- N on
Babcock past US-1 Rt on
Coral 8am-3pm. Furn,
household, decorative,
gardening, misc choices.
Lots of great bargains.
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12/12, 7:30am,to ? 2672
Englewood Dr. In Sum-
merbrook Preserve De-
velopment. Clothes, Ab
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wares, pictures. Lots of
goodies!
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MELBOURNE: Saturday
12/12, 8am-3pm, Com-
munity Church of God,
455 S Audubon Dr, (Off
US1, N of Nasa Blvd)
Xmas items, Furniture,
Clothes, Electronics &
lots more 321-727-0424
PALM BAY: Flea Market
Craft Show, Sat, Dec 12,
8:30-1:00 & 5:00 Prime
Rib Dinner. VFW Post #
4536, 4401 S. Dixie Hwy
Presale Dinner tickets &
Vendor Space available.
Call 321-610-4970
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money & make someone
happy! Call
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to place your ad!


SURROGATE MOMS
Needed! $18,000 Comp-
ensation. Healthy, non-
smoking females, 21-
37, height /weight pro-
portionate, gave birth
w/ no complications, no
criminal background,
w/ private health ins.
Confidential. 941-741-
4994; www.openarms-
consultants.com


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ing Adoption? A child-
less, successful woman
seeks to adopt & needs
your help! Financially
secure. Expenses Paid.
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Michelle/Adam).800-
790-5260 FL Bar
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trips & everything in
between: Our 1st baby
will be King/ Queen. Joe
& Sandy. 1-800-552-
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Expenses Paid
BUYING US mint stamps
and older US pre 1940
stamps & collections.
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Donating vehicles, boats,
property, collectibles,
merchandise to Dvar
Institute. Maximize IRS
deductions while helping
teens in crisis. Quick
Prompt Service. 800-
338-6724
GUNS wanted collector
paying top dollar. Marlin
Colt, S & W, Winchester,
Drillings, Luger, Gatling
Doubles and other fine
guns. 772-528-7020
capnball@bellsouth.net
OLD GUITARS Wanted!
Fender,Gibson,Gretsch,
Martin, D'Angelico,
Stromberg,Rickenbacker,
& Mosrite, Gibson
Mandolins/Banjos. 1930's
thru 1970's Top cash
paid! These brands only
please. 800 -401-0440


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REFRIGERATOR 1930's
GE Small in good
condition. $300/obo
321-373-4931
DOLLHOUSES-
Hand crafted, custom
built and fully furnished.
(3) $500 and up.
772-569-1661
JUKE BOX PARTS
manuals, books. 1950's
Wurlitzer Juke box, Also
Rockola Make offer or
trade. 386-672-7366/
386-453-6677
PLAYER PIANO Webber
Grand electric. Over 250
DuoArt music rolls.
$5000/obo 321-242-2332



AB LOUNGE, sport,
excellent condition, $50
321-956-9307 SoBrev


AREA RUGS, 2,
beautiful, clean 5x7,
$100 ea, 321-773-3683
ART DISPLAY stands,
new aluminum, with
covers for shows $75
321-914-4277 SoBrev
BEDROOM set, Queen,
black, headboard w/ mir-
ror, chest of drawers,
$200 321-266-8846
BEDROOM SET, Wick-
er, peach, night stand &
5 drawer chest $100
321-253-3611
BICYCLE folding, 20" 5
speed, North Woods,
metro express, ready to
ride, $55, 321-724-9348
BICYCLE, 16" Boys, w/
training wheels, $30,
321-951-9092 SoBrev
BISTRO SET, 3 pieces,
26" round, $40, night
stand, 2 drawers $15
321-432-8280
BOOK CASE, white,
Scandinavian style, 4
shelves, 2 adjustable,
$25,321-722-9791
BOOKS, NORA Roberts
Pristine, soft & hard cov-
er, large collection, $125
for all, 321-768-2222
CAP & Gown, Titusville
High, $10, 321-267-4808
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CHAIRS, DINING room
chairs, 4, wood, $20
coat, black leather, la-
dies, $50 321-723-1160
CHAIRS- 4- dining room
chairs $60. 4- Ladder
Back chairs $140.
321-951-2488
CHRISTMAS TREE,
6'.5", 500 lights, $35, bed
spread, king w. 2 shams,
$50 321-639-1344
CHRISTMAS TREE,
used once, 9' pole fir
tree, $65 obo
321-848-4110 SoBrev
COFFEE tables 2 $50
(2) twin mattresses & box
springs, head/foot boards
$100 321-506-0219
CRIB, FOR baby/ tod-
dler, portable, fold into
carrying case, great
shape $50 321-722-9350
CUSTOM SAW, 43"x34",
top rips, 4'x8', removable
30" steel legs, $195,
321-704-3349 SoBrev
DESK, MAPLE, $35,
rocker w/ cushions $35
321-504-9530 NoBrev
DISHWASHER, 1 year
old, in storage, Kitchen
Aid, $200, 321-728-4393
DRILL, 1/2 angle $20, 15
piece hole saw kit $25,
321-725-7848


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
ENTERTAINMENT
Center, solid walnut w/
doors & drawers, $100
321-728-3883 SoBrev
EXERCISER, Elliptical,
good condition, pick up,
40 321-459-1964
NoBrev
EXERCISER, Glider,
Tony Little, w/ videos,
new $75, 321-773-4883
FAUCETS, MOEN, brand
new, 2, still in boxes, $52
both, double sink w/
faucet $40 321-259-6306
FAX, PRINTER copier,
Canon Super G3-L170
software & manual $50
321-749-5694
FUTON, great cond, very
comfortable w/ frim
mattress, $120
603-769-9878 SoBrev
GAME, AIR Hockey
table, new in box, $125,
321-794-2431 SoBrev
GAS BBQ, Brinkman, 4


HATCH COVER, wood,
28w by 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
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
KING PLATFORM BED
nice solid wood head-
board, serta mattress,
$135 321-266-3913
LAWN MOWERS 6hp,
self propelled $75, bicy-
cle 26", good shape, $35
321-768-1554
MICROWAVE OVEN,
GE, over the stove mod-
el, 30", turn table $100
321-454-3389
MICROWAVE, SHARP,
counter top, black, turn
table, excellent condition,
$50, 321-784-5222
MTD EDGER 3.5hp,
Briggs & Stratton Engine
10hrs on motor $100.
321-676-2947
NINTENDO 64. console


AIR COMPRESSOR loose, stacked on wall, ELECTRIC BLANKET, burner plus side, stain- w/ 2 controls, includes 10
$150. cocktail table $50 u ul aay, FREE brown inside e lent e/black 7 m old $125 ames, $30, office desk
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PATIO SET, 5 piece, w/
rectangle glass top, 4
chairs, good cond, $125,
321-453-8242
PLAY TABLE, Hot
Wheels play table, track
set, car launcher, $75
obo 321-255-4556
PRESSURE WASHER,
2500 PSI, needs tips,
incl. hose/ gun, $35;
15gal. air comp./air hose,
$50. 321-794-5051.
PUB table 2 stools, 40"H
uphol seats, w backs.
Wrought iron pecan 35"
table $125 321-254-7303
RANGE, GAS, stainless
steel, black magic chef,
slide in, nice, $50
321-452-2468
RECLINER, Lazyboy, the
best, paid $600 asking
$150, 321-242-1339
REFRIGERATOR, MINI
Good Condition, $15
321-987-1077 SoBrev
REFRIGERATOR, Ken-
more, 22 cu. ft, great
second fridge spacious,
$95 321-698-0680
RIMS, CAMERO, 1991,
5, fits 88-92 Camero, fire-
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vard Sharing Center. Call
(321) 722-3945.
Farmers market: 8 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Palm Bay City Hall,
120 Malabar Road, Palm
Bay. (321) 952-3443.
Pancake breakfast: 8-11
a.m. Merritt Island Airport
on South Courtney Boule-
vard. Hosted by the pilots at
Merritt Island Airport to
benefit Toys For Tots. Any-
one bringing a new,
unwrapped toy, will be
served pancakes, sausage,
orange juice and coffee. At
11 a.m. the toys will be pre-
sented to members of the
U.S. Marine Corps Reserve.
All toys collected will be dis-
tributed to children in Bre-
vard County. Call (321) 636-
5346.
Boating safety class:
With U.S. Coast Guard Aux-
iliary Flotilla 17-9. 8 a.m. to
5 p.m., Upland Building,
Sand Point Park, 10A Max
Brewer Memorial Parkway,
Titusville. Participants will
learn federal and state boat-
ing requirements, receive a
Florida state boater educa-
tion identification card, and
will qualify to join the Coast
Guard Auxiliary and boating
education discounts. Free


boat inspections will be
available. The cost is $35
and includes materials and
lunch. To register, or for
more information, call (321)
577-0284.
*'A Meowy Christmas and
a Woofy New Year': Special
pet adoption event. 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Free identification
microchips will be available
for all animals adopted from
this event at the South shel-
ter. Shelter animals will be
available at Aloha Pet and
Bird Hospital, 968 E. Eau Gal-
lie Blvd., Melbourne Beach;
Daisy's Place, 1395 Cypress
Ave., Melbourne; south shel-
ter, 5100 West Eau Gallie
Blvd., Melbourne; North
shelter, 2605 Flake Road,
Titusville. Call (321) 253-
6608 or (321) 264-5119.
Native plants driving
tour: 1 p.m. at Merritt Island
NationalWildlife RefugeVisi-
tor Center, located on SR
402, 5 miles east of U.S. 1 in
Titusville. Join volunteer and
retired biologist, Jim Stahl,
for a photo presentation on
refuge plants. Call (321) 861-
5601 to make reservations.

TUESDAY, DEC. 15

'Planning your income
during retirement': Presen-
tation. 1 p.m. One Senior
Place, 8085 Spyglass Hill
Road, Viera. Call (321) 751-
2027 to reserve.
Craft a bookmark: 1
p.m. Central Brevard
Library, 308 Forrest Ave.,
Cocoa. Use fancy Czech
beads, gold, silver and
mother of pearl. cost is $10.
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SADDLE, 17", black, all
purpose collegiate, good
condition, $195
321-255-3315 SoBrev
SCOOTER, FUSION
scooter, hardly used,
excellent condition, $25
321-960-9732
SHOWER DOORS with
all track, fits 4" opening,
good condition $35
321-269-3750
SINK, DOUBLE, stain-
less steel, okay condi-
tion, $25 321-728-3039
SKATEBOARD RAIL,
Skater Xmas, 10' long,
inclined, square rail, pro-
fessional quality, $55,
321-676-4729
SLIDE, LITTLE Tykes
climb on slide castle $20,
Jr. Play slide $10
321-952-9028
SOFA BED, queen &
love seat gd cond. needs
cleaning, smoke/ pet
free, $75 321-777-9310
SONY 61" projection TV.
All attachments works
perfectly $200/obo
321-610-8342
SURF BOARD, GAK,
used, 7'-6" w/ ankle cord,
$85, 321-636-4622


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table w. dark maple top,
oval, $150, 321-259-6912
TABLE, COFFEE table,
walnut, 32"x32", lamp,
$25, foyer seat w/ stor-
age $50 321-626-2949
TABLE/ 4 chairs, ex-
tends to 9', solid wood
$150, 321-722-4636
TOY, Power Wheels ride
on toy, Chevy Silverado,
2 seater truck, 12v,
$100/obo 321-202-1979
TREADMILL, Proform,
runs well, $35,
321-777-1858
TREE, CHRISTMAS tree
10'. Excellent condition.
$50 321-253-4957
TRUCK TOPPER, full
size, needs work on back
door, all glass, good
cond, $25 321-917-7804
TUXEDO SHIRT, size
42/38 $25, suite, light
gray 42/38 $20
321-724-9160
TUXEDO, Gentlemens,
size 39 regular, w/ sus-
penders, $75
321-676-7048


TV, ANTENNA tv, plus
one converter, new,
unused, $100
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VACUUM, HOOVER
Windtunnel Runs great
$40 King Comforter, Light
Blue $30 321-984-3847
WASHER, Frigidaire high
capacity, heavy duty, 11
cycle, works perfect,
$100 321-305-5070
WASHER, Whirlpool,
comm. super capacity,
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sell 13K. 407-341-0599
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Includes Water,
Sewer, Garbage.
Call Park Manager,
Tom for more info:
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W MELBOURNE Dblwd,
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clean family park.
$30,000/obo Lot rent.
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ST LUCIE COUNTY
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1978 CORVETTE, silver
anniversary, all options,
mint condition, covered
and garaged last 19
years. $16,500/obo.
386-761-7081


CHEVY IMPALA 2000,
Red w/ tinted windows,
New tires, cold ac, runs
good. Sony Stereo, CD
player. (2)12" Kicker CVR
Subwoofers w/ 1500W
amp. Pioneer Premier
Door Spkers. 130K mi
$3000 obo 772-473-0305
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HYUNDAI ELANTRA
2006 All power, cold A/C,
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great car. Clean in & out.
Must see to appreciate.
$8000. 812-236-3011 see
photo online at www.
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ad #38129
LINCOLN TOWN Car
1997 67K actual miles.
All power, am/fm/
cassette. Needs some
attention, mechanically
sound and good tires.
$2000 321-508-9785
LINCOLN TOWNCAR
1992 executive. This car
runs great is clean and
the ride is incredibly
smooth. Trans rebuilt in
'09, includes remote car
starter with keyless entry
$1200.321-474-0363


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fir, 1br/1.5ba, Pool, Ten-
nis. $675/mo incl water.
954-260-4092
MELBOURNE: 1br
Clean & Ready to move
in. Close to Holmes Re-
gional. $485/mo 407-
929-0284,321-704-7188
PALM BAY: 2/2 2nd fir
condo, newer appliances.
W/D, Pool, $575/mo Incl
cable & water. No smok-
ing. 321-749-2515
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SEBASTIAN
Lowest Prices in Town!
2/2 & 3/2 still available!
Won't Last Long!
772-581-4440
*Income restrictions apply

SUNTREE 1 bdrm
upgraded (granite count-
ertops, new cabinets &
appls) 1st floor, unfurn.,
incls washer/dryer, fridge,
stove, dishwasher. Up-
scale condo complex.
Avail Jan 1. 6 or 12month
lease, $750/mo. security
dep. req. Pet negotiable.
Call Frank 703-887-5195
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NISSAN CUBE 2009 5K
miles. silver AM-FM/CD
all power. cold A/C,
$16,500/obo Like new.
Call 321-632-2035 or
mskatzen@bellsouth.net
TOYOTA SOLAR 2002
Tan color, leather, orig.
owner, low miles 38K
recent maintenance oil &
filter change,tires,battery,
brakes. All records.
$9500.321-777-6782



4.1L V-6 CADILLAC
motor. Total rebuilt, auto
or marine both manifolds
$300/obo 321-567-4386
CADILLAC PARTS 1941
to 1954 Body & engine
parts; some rare and
hard to find. 386-672-
7366 or 386-453-6677
NEED TO HIRE?
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MELBOURNE 3br/2ba/
1car. a/c, carpet, $775.
1br/lba loft, a/c, carpet,
$575. Call 321-253-8975



Vero Bch: Newly re-
modeled 1br from $500
2br from $600 Water &
Sewer incl. Sm Pets ok.
Near Bch. 772-563-0013



COCOA: 3br/1ba/garage
1 blk from river w/family
rm, porch, Ig fenced yard,
wood firs, Lawn care incl.
$750/mo. 321-639-3478
MELBOURNE Downtown
3br/2ba 1250sf. scrn
porch +workshop. Walk
to river & historic area.
$795/mo. 413-684-1436
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


AFFORDABLE
PALM BAY Pool
Home 2br/2 ba/ 2cg,
Huge patio w/lg pooq
Fenced double lot. Nice
quiet area, good neigh-
bors. Convenient to riv-
er, ocean & 1-95. New
tile, appliances, fresh
paint. Small Pet OK.
850/mo 772-260-3217


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Utility Room, W/D hook-
ups. Large Backyard.
$725/mo First & Security
321-633-8101/446-0260
SATELLITE BEACH 327
Lee Ave. 2br/1ba tile firs,
incls 10x10 storage shed,
Asking $750/mo. 1st &
Last req. 321-508-7801

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772-359-5231
305-247-4021
FORT PIERCE 55+ RV
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Reduced! $480/mo incls.
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SEBASTIAN Tri-plex
Completely remodeled
1/1 Screened Lanai. A/C,
So Indian River Dr.
$650/mo. 863-983-8064






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OFFICE SUITE 1800sf.
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Bargain Rate! Call 321-
783-7501; cell 537-7855


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Call 321-773-4205
ST. AUGUSTINE BCH
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$289pp. 904-825-1911
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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.
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million homes weekly
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321-452-7292


MARION MUSIC
Pianos, ETC. Gibson,
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Stack Plaza. We buy!
Call 321-727-3000
ORGAN: Yamaha with
bench, Electone ME 35A,
also with music $375
321-725-6648


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