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Vol. 7, No. 44


HOW WEIRD
c IS THAT?!
l SEAN MCCARTHY


Spend any time surfing
theWeb and you are
bound to find stories
that are just too bizarre to be
true. Here's a sampling,
edited for length. Remember,
just because it's online
doesn't mean it's true!
From kansascity.com: FBI:
Ohio bank suspect lowers
hood when told
The FBI says an Ohio bank
robbery suspect left authori-
ties with good surveillance
photos because he lowered
his hood when an employee
told him to. FBI Special
Agent Harry Trombitas says
the man in his mid-20s
entered a Columbus PNC
Bank with his dark hood up,
covering most of his face.
Trombitas says in a state-
ment that the bank has a "no
See WEIRD, A3


Your Local News and Information Source * www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, May 27, 2011


Friends of the Viera Wetlands to


host nature festival this weekend


By Sue DeWerff
sdewerff@hometownnewsol.com
If you've ever wondered where
many of Brevard's nature enthusi-
asts, bird-watchers or photogra-
phers spend their free time, an
invitation to visit one the coun-
ty's wetland areas awaits you.
The Friends of the Viera Wet-
lands, a nonprofit group of volun-
teers who are active throughout
the area in promoting the envi-
ronment, will host the Ritch Gris-
som Viera Wetlands Festival, a
free event open to the public
from 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. Friday, May
27.
The event will be held in appre-
ciation to the Brevard County
Utility Services for continuing to
make the site public, as well as to
honor the memory of the late
Ritch Grissom, a 16-yeaR employ-
ee of the adjacent water treat-
ment facility who died in a car
accident while on his way to work
in 2007.


The site was re-named in 2008
by the Board of County Commis-
sioners after friends and col-
leagues of Mr. Grissom asked that
he be remembered in this way.
Mr. Grissom was one of the peo-
ple who helped build and create
the site, so that it could be
opened to the public.
His widow, Joanne Grissom,
who will be in attendance at the
event, said that Mr. Grissom was
an outdoors' lover who had
requested to work at the facility
because he truly loved being
around all the nature and wildlife
the wetlands has to offer.
"It is very heartwarming to me
that they re-named the site in his
honor," said Ms. Grissom."The
people that worked with him
have been so gracious toward me,
and for that I am very thankful."
The Viera Wetlands is located
between Moccasin Island and a
tract of River Lakes behind the
Brevard Zoo.
More than 60,000 visitors pass


through the main L
entrance to the
wetlands area a
year. The Viera
Wetlands are an
integral compo-
nent of the Bre- C itei I t
vard County '" '


water reuse system, 'an1d
provide reclaimed water for irri-
gation or overflow into adjacent
canals.
Raleigh Berry, environmental
land manager for the Natural
Resources Management office,
said that the festival would allow
the public an opportunity to visit
a part of Brevard County that is
not only beautiful, but also
unknown to many.
"The festival will feature live
entertainment, food vendors and
exhibitors, offering a family-
friendly day out to visit one of
Brevard's best-kept secrets," he
said.
Valerie Citta, spokeswoman for
Brevard County Natural


Resources
Management office and a
member of the Friends of the
VieraWetlands, said she is excited
to be a part of the festival and will
help volunteer at the awareness
exhibitor booth for the organiza-
tion.
More than 15 exhibitors,
including the Brevard Zoo, Envi-
ronmental Endangered Lands
Program, Florida Master Garden-
ers, Keep Brevard Beautiful, The
Camera Club of Brevard, The
Space Coast Geocachers, The
Space Coast Audubon Society,
and the Merritt Island Natural
See FESTIVAL, A10


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A need for speed


Andy Stefanek/staff photographer
Spectators paddle their surfboards into the ocean to get a better view of the race boats as they pass
by the pier during the Space Coast Super Boat Grand Prix on Sunday. The Zipp Express boat won the
Manufacturer Production 2 class with driver Bruce Walter from Melbourne and Throttle-man Cy
Mugford of Sebastian.


Melbourne

church

members travel

to aid tornado

victims
Volunteers drive to
Alabama to lend a hand
to families in crisis
By Dan Garcia
dgarcia@hometownnewsol.com
MELBOURNE - Duke King of Melbourne
went to Haiti in February to help out in the
aftermath of the deadly earthquake in that
country. He was also in New Orleans to lend
See TORNADO, A3


Space Coast municipalities


awarded EDC S.N.A.P. Designation

Four awards presented at May 18 EDC investor update meeting


For Hometown News
Brevnews@hometownnewsol.com
The Economic Develop-
ment Commission of Flori-
da's Space Coast has
announced that four
municipalities have been
awarded the newly created
S.N.A.P. designation.
Brevard County and the
cities of Cocoa, Palm Bay
and Rockledge have
demonstrated excellence
in streamlining the build-
ing and site permitting
process and received the


S.N.A.P. designation on
May 18 at the EDC investor
update meeting held at
Space Coast Association of
Realtors in Merritt Island.
S.N.A.P., a program of
the EDC, is an acronym for
Simplified, Nimble, Accel-
erated Permitting and rec-
ognizes municipalities
that have adopted permit-
ting best practices as
determined by the EDC
Development Council and
participating municipali-
ties.
The EDC Development


Council is composed of
industry leaders repre-
senting the development,
engineering, architectural,
building and contracting
fields.
More than 18 months
ago, the EDC Development
Council began an open
dialogue on the permitting
process with Space Coast
municipalities.
As a result of these dis-
cussions, the Council saw
an opportunity to enhance
and streamline the permit-
ting process throughout


the county.
Efficient, streamlined
permitting can enhance a
region's ability to attract
new business and invest-
ment.
It also provides a valu-
able tool to retain existing
businesses and encourage
expansion in a given
region.
Over a series of months,
the council developed a
best practices model for
both building and site per-
mitting, further refined
from input and feedback


from the municipalities.
The S.N.A.P. designation
was developed as a means
to recognize excellence in
streamlining the permit-
ting process.
In recent months, all of
the participating munici-
palities have made some
process enhancements.
However, the Council
identified, through analyz-
ing weighted criteria, four
Space Coast municipalities
that clearly made a signifi-
See AWARDED, A9


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Harmony Farms to host Polynesian 'Buckaroo Ball'


Delicious
salads and
cheddar
biscuits
sound
good.


B4 Police Report A5
B9 Star Scopes B1
B8 Golf B6
B1 Viewpoint A6


By Sue DeWerff
sdewerff@hometownnewsol.com
It's time to get your hula
skirts, leis, and tropical
attire ready for the ninth
annual "Buckaroo Ball"
next month.
The event, one of four
signature annual
fundraisers held annually
to support Harmony
Farms equine assisted
therapy center of Viera,
will be held at the Nyami,
Nyami River Lodge at the


Brevard Zoo this Satur-
day, June 4.
Harmony Farms,
founded in 1992, is a non-
profit organization whose
purpose is to address the
needs of the local com-
munity for alternative
programs for the dis-
abled.
Students at the facility
participate in riding hors-
es as a motivator for them
to improve movement,
muscle toning, language
skills and ability to follow


directions.
The "Buckaroo Ball,"
will have a Polynesian
theme this year, featuring
entertainment by
the" Sala's South Seas
Revue," an Orlando-
based company led by
chief Sala, and a profes-
sional cast of Polynesia
dancers who will perform
an interactive show with
audience participation.
Organizers hope a fire


See BALL, A4


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Kaui Dumauasal, lead
dancer who performs
with the Sala South Sea
Review, will be appear-
ing at the "Buckaroo
Ball" June 4. The event is
one of four signature
fundraisers for Harmony
Farms.


Photo courtesy of Sala's
South Sea Review


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By Tammy Roberts
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As a resident of Brevard
County for more than 20
years, Commissioner Andy
Anderson has developed an
appreciation for the organi-
zations, businesses and resi- /
dents that make up the
Space Coast.
So in addition to his role as
a public official, he has spent
much of his career looking
for ways to give back to his
community. A
These efforts caught the
attention of the South Bre- mission
vard Sharing Center, whose resented
board of directors named vard C
Commissioner Anderson since 20
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for 2011. chairman
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of others in our community," of direct
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tive director of the South Bre- that op(
vard Sharing Center. "For Memori
someone in his position to bourne
do all that's expected of him Park.
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assisting in the community is from
quite honorable. This award Cocoa,
helps to show our apprecia- organizW
tion for all he's done." leaders
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the South Brevard Sharing Along
Center, which was founded Brevard
in 1971, is a community- Board n
based agency that provides Commi:
short-term emergency assis- helped
tance to families in need. Central
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thing from food and hygiene tion dur
items to household furniture Walk A
and help with rent and utility Park.
bills. As an
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month. Today, it serves as organize:
many as 5,000 families a the co
month, with the highest with ev
numbers in October and elingVic
November, and assists that's or
approximately 100-200 new Melbou
families each month, Mr. support
Hubler said. Mother
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Center has three locations in food di
the county: a Palm Bay Client year.
Services Center; 2881 Palm Last
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Thrift Store, 1625 Orange that pr
Blossom Trail; and a Mel- new an
bourne Client Services Cen- for local
ter and Thrift Store, 17 E. One
Hibiscus Blvd. location
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the organization has recog- Center.
nized an individual in the "Thes
community as "Humanitari- ic tim
an of the Year" during its Anderso
annual Sharing Angel Cele- many fa
bration, hosted at the Eau If I can
Gallie Yacht Club in Indian helps p]
Harbour Beach. life that
This year's event, held May dents h
25, marked 40 years since the then I w
South Brevard Sharing Cen- There
ter was founded. tastic o
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people out there worth hon- South B
oring," Mr. Hubler said. "But ter, thai
the 'Humanitarian of the can't do
Year' is someone who really "A lit
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make the community a bet- For in
ter place." South B
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ndy Anderson


er Anderson has rep-
d District 5 of the Bre-
;ounty Commission
008.
currently serves as
an for the Boy Scouts
rica Riverside District
member of the board
tors for Honor Ameri-
onprofit organization
rates the Liberty Bell
ial Museum and Mel-
Military Memorial
month, he graduated
LEAD Brevard in
a community-based
action that focuses on
hip development and
engagement.
;side co-chair and
County School
member Andy Ziegler,
ssioner Anderson
raise $31,000 for the
Florida Chapter of
tic Fibrosis Founda-
ring the Great Strides
pril 30 at Wickham
Army veteran, Com-
er Anderson also
closely with veterans'
nations throughout
county, volunteering
cents such as the trav-
etnam Wall Memorial
n display annually in
rne. He's also a strong
ter of Space Coast
s with Children in
rne, as well as local
rives throughout the
winter, he initiated
for Kids," a program
ovided hundreds of
d gently used coats
1 children in need.
of the distribution
is for the coats was
uth Brevard Sharing
se are tough econom-
es," Commissioner
n said. "I know that
miless are struggling.
do something that
reserve the quality of
Brevard County resi-
ave come to expect,
ill."
* are a number of fan-
organizations in the
nity, such as the
Brevard Sharing Cen-
t can help, but they
it alone, he said.
tle bit goes a long
said.
formation about the
Brevard Sharing Cen-
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Tornado
From page A1
a hand after Hurricane Katri-
na ravaged Louisiana.
So he had no second
thoughts about driving to
Jasper, Ala., to help out after
deadly tornadoes swept
through that state and sever-
al other states in the South.
Asked what moves him to
drive to disaster areas to help
others, Mr. King simply
thumbed through his well-
worn Bible to offer an expla-
nation.
"Jesus said, 'Whatever you
do for the least of my
brethren, you do for me,' "
Mr. King said, quoting scrip-
ture.
Mr. King and about 75
other volunteers gathered for
disaster relief training at First
Baptist Church in Melbourne
on Saturday. Mr. King and
several other church mem-
bers returned recently from
Alabama and are training
other volunteers.
The Southern Baptist Con-
vention is coordinating with
state and federal authorities
to certify volunteers to help
families affected by the tor-
nadoes.
Mr. King said the volun-
teers are organized by the
North American Mission
Board of the Southern Baptist
Convention.
"We all had to have creden-
tials," Mr. King said. "We have
to be trained. And we don't
respond unless we are called
and asked to go."
Mr. King, a retired engi-
neer, is a regional coordina-
tor of disaster relief in Florida
for the Southern Baptist Con-
vention.
"The state of Alabama has
operational control, and we
just supplemented that," Mr.
King said. "We offer lots of
abilities - like clean-up and
recovery, where we use chain
saws to cut brush and drag it
away.


Weird
From page Al
hats, no hoods" policy, so a
bank employee told the man


Photo by Dan Garcia
Jeff Hagans, minister of music, and members Duke King and Ray Gates (L-R) of Central
Baptist Church in Melbourne returned from helping tornado victims in Alabama. "I don't
think there are any stars in my crown just for that," Mr. Gates said.


"We provide child care. We
tarp roofs. We have feeding
rooms that provide mass
feeding.
"We had 87 volunteers in
Jasper, Ala., from the South-
ern Baptist Convention in
Florida," Mr. King said.
Mr. King said 250 people
from different churches in
Brevard County volunteered
to assist in the relief effort,
and 5,000 people are trained
throughout Florida.
"We have two portable
kitchens in Alabama right
now that are owned by the
Southern Baptist Conven-
tion," he said. "One can serve
10,000 meals a day, the other
one can serve 30,000 meals."
"We have Catholics,
Lutherans, all types of
denominations working with
us," hesaid.
The good-humored Mr.
King said one way to describe
his devotion to helping oth-
ers is this:
"The pay isn't great, but the


to pull his hood down, and he
complied. The FBI says when
the suspect got to the counter,
he handed the teller a note
saying he had a gun and to
give him money or he would


retirement benefits are out of
this world," Mr. King said.
Ray Gates, 80, of Mel-
bourne, is a long-time volun-
teer who has previously trav-
eled to assist in the aftermath
of two hurricanes that struck
Louisiana, including Katrina,
and two hurricanes in Missis-
sippi.
Mr. Gates returned last
week from Cordova, Ala.,
where he joined former Cen-
tral Baptist pastor Gary Gates
and current choir director
Jeff Hagans in cleanup duty
in the wake of the tornadoes
in the South.
"We were bushed," Mr.
Gates said. "We cut up a lot of
trees and dragged them to
the curb.
"We cut up one oak tree
that was about 80 years old,
and the four of us worked on
clearing that tree for two
days," she said.
Pastor Leroy Williams of
Central Baptist Church in
Melbourne was preparing to


shoot. He fled with an
undisclosed amount of cash.
Columbus police haven't
announced an arrest.
From
valleynewsdispatch.com: Pa.


leave for a week of helping
out in Alabama when he
learned there was already
sufficient help.
"Governments can set up
machinery and mechanisms,
but it's still human contact
that truly does the healing,"
Pastor Williams said.
Explaining why local
churches have provided so
many volunteers, Pastor
Williams said: "If we want
other people to respond to
the needs of others, we in the
church have to be the pace-
setters."
Mr. Hagans, the choir
director at Central Baptist,
has traveled to assist at about
a dozen previous disaster
sites.
Mr. Hagans said tempera-
tures dipped to 39 degrees on
one rainy day and the team
was muddy and soaked.
He said one tornado swath
in Alabama stretched for a
hundred miles.


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Government
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gambling sites

By Dan Garcia
dgarcia@hometownnewsol.com
With the federal govern-
ment cracking down on
Internet gambling sites by
shutting them down,
proprietors of leisure
gaming operations in
Brevard County hope to
gain as a result.
With the government
shutting down three major
poker and gambling sites -
including FullTiltPoker com
- local gaming halls hope to
see fans of live action
streaming through their
doors.
Among entertainment
sites that stand to benefit
from the closure of comput-
er-based gambling sites are
Melbourne Greyhound
Park, which includes Club
52, and the Victory Casino, a
ship that will begin sailing
out of Port Canaveral in a
few weeks as Brevard
County's only gaming ship.
Whether land-based or
sailing on the water, the
Brevard County casinos
offer one vital advantage -
they aren't going to be shut
down by the government,
said Pat T. Biddix, general
manager of Melbourne
Greyhound Park.
Mr. Biddix should know
about longevity - he has
operated the sprawling,


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Pat T. Biddix, president of the sprawling Melbourne Greyhound Park and Club 52, has run
the facility since 1989. "It's going to help me," he said of the federal crackdown on com-
puter gambling.


210-acre Melbourne
Greyhound Park since 1989.
The popular facility offers
live dog racing, poker and
simulcast horse-racing.
On the Internet, players
who were winning during
their online games when
the computer sites went
blank may not be able to
recover their investment,
Mr. Biddix said.
"It's going to help me
because it's going to remind
people that it's illegal," Mr.
Biddix said of on-line
gambling. "Two, if your
money is on account with
these people, you stand a
good chance of losing your
money."
Mr. Biddix said the
government has allowed
access to some accounts,
"but it's risky.
The federal Department of
Justice is investigating
online gambling sites for
alleged fraud, tax evasion
and money
laundering.
"Some people may get a
portion of their money back
-- but it's risky. If people


Buckaroo
From page Al
knife dance, performed by
three-time world champi-
on, Umi-Sexton will thrill
the audience. Hula
dancers will show off their
dancing talents as they
perform to Hawaiian and
Polynesian music.
A $50 per person dona-
tion will entitle guest to a
Polynesian-style luau,


know that, they may decide
it's not the best place to play
poker."
The crackdown on online
gambling is expected to
result in an increase in
traffic to the various
facilities that offer arcade-
style gaming facilities that
dot the county.
Proprietors of local
gaming facilities say they
have the advantage of an
exciting, real-life atmos-
phere.
"A lot of the on-line
players come and play at
my place anyway," Mr.
Biddix said. "They may be
able to play six games at
once on their computers,
but they miss out on the
excitement of competitive
interaction."
Mr. Biddix said the
ultimate goal of many on-
line players is to qualify for
million-dollar poker
tournaments.
"There, the ability to read
another poker player's
gestures, to see the perspi-
ration on his forehead --
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as entrance to a raffle and
free admission to the
silent auction, all kicking
off at 6:30 p.m.
Pamela Rogan, executive
director of Harmony
Farms, said the decision to
host the event at the Bre-
vard Zoo was made
because the venue lends
itself to a tropical atmos-
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trying to read that player's
hand," Mr. Biddix said.
"They still have to come to
my place to get that kind of
live action."
Gary Inks, vice president
of sales and marketing for
Victory Casino Cruises, said
live action will always have
an advantage because it
can't be duplicated on a
computer screen.
"The real excitement of a
live poker game is the
interaction with the other
players in a face-to-face
environment," Mr. Inks
said.
"We look forward to
having the live poker games
on our vessels, and we're
sure that's going to be one
of our successful venues.
Competitors will enjoy the
shipboard competition
because you can't simulate
that on line, Mr. Inks said.
"That's part of the fun of
the game that you can't get
on the Internet -- all the
bluffing and facial expres-
sions, all the reverse
psychology games that they
play," Mr. Inks said.


an opportunity not only
for people in the commu-
nity to join us for a fun
evening out, but to edu-
cate them about what we
provide at Harmony
Farms," said Mrs. Rogan.
"We could not continue
to offer our riding facility
and contribute to helping
so many disabled people
in the community without
the help of the communi-
ty's and businesses finan-
cial support and volun-
teers that dedicate
themselves to this cause,"
said Mrs. Rogan.
This year's sponsors are
Brevard businesses Craig
Technologies, Sorenson
Office Solutions and
Health First Health Care
Systems.
Sponsorships are avail-
able and can be cus-
tomized to fit individual
and corporate budgets,
said Mrs. Rogan.
All proceeds from the
event will benefit pro-
grams at Harmony Farms,
and be used to continue
the long-term goal of the
organization to build a
new facility that is in the
planning stages and
scheduled for ground-
breaking within the next
few years.
For tickets and more
information about the
ball, or to donate items for
the silent auction or raffle,
contact Rose Munzenmay-
er at (321) 253-6246 or e-
mail info@harmony farm-
sinc.com.
For more information on
programs available at Har-
mony Farms visit,
www.harmonyfarmsinc.co
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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

* James M. McNulty, 26, of
1123 Pinetree Drive, Indian
Harbour Beach, was charged
May 13 with aggravated bat-
tery causing bodily harm,
disorderly conduct and two
counts of criminal mischief-
property damage.
* Andrea Danielle Pettry,
25, of 2130 Forrest Knoll
Drive N.E., Palm Bay, was
charged May 15 with con-
tempt of court, possession of
cocaine and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
* Thomas Reimer, 23, of
222 San Paulo Circle, W. Mel-
bourne, was charged May 15
with petit larceny and felony
on-site violation of proba-
tion.
* George W. Smith, 40, of
1865 Wickham Road N., Mel-
bourne, was charged May 15
with possession of a con-
trolled substance without a
prescription and possession
of drug paraphernalia.
* Shelby Shaccean Austin,
23, address unknown, was
charged May 16 with
unarmed burglary of an
unoccupied dwelling, pos-
session of drug parapherna-
lia, attaching a tag not
assigned to a vehicle, driving
while license suspended and
petty larceny.
* Richard Carlton Clen-
denin, 21, of 160 Palo Court,
West Melbourne, was
charged May 16 with
unarmed burglary of an
unoccupied dwelling and lar-
ceny.
* Bernard Emmanuel
Smith, 26, of 1309 Arlington
Lane, Palm Bay, was charged
May 16 with aggravated bat-
tery with a deadly weapon.
* Juana Rosas-Salazar, 32,
of 1401 Bridgewater Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
May 17 with aggravated


assault with a deadly
weapon.
* Kyle Grosky, 22, of 3174
Arden Circle, Melbourne, was
charged May 19 with felony
battery by strangulation-
domestic violence.

Palm Bay
Police Department

* Nuha M. Al-Doaifi, 31, of
3917 Mount Carmel Lane,
Melbourne, was charged
May 15 with two counts of
felony battery.

Brevard County Sher-
iffs Office

* Tamara Roschea Hatcher,
24, of 37 Elton St., Mel-
bourne, was charged May 13
with fraud-failure to redeliver
hired/leased property.
* Darin Ray Lanham, 45, of
1135 Wickham Road N., Mel-
bourne, was charged May 13
with unarmed robbery and
as an accessory after-the-
fact.
* Christopher B. Lentz, 40,
of 1781 Pontiac Circle N.,
Melbourne, was charged
May 13 with felony contempt
of court.
* Anthony G. Vargo, 38, of
7713 Greenboro Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged May 13
w i t h
stalking/following/harass-
ing/cyberstalking another,
unarmed burglary of an
occupied structure and crim-
inal mischief-property dam-
age.
* Paul Andrew Bray, 35, of
342 Lofts Drive, Melbourne,
was charged May 14 with
criminal mischief-property
damage and two counts of
felony battery.
* Fidel E Menedez-Permuy,
26, of 1596 Parkway Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
May 14 with selling
opium/opium derivative,
possession of a controlled
substance without a pre-
scription, possession of
opium/opium derivative
with intent to sell and petit


larceny.
* John James Cicero, 46, of
1863 Mosswood Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged May 15
with unarmed burglary of an
unoccupied dwelling, deal-
ing in stolen property, fraud-
giving false ownership infor-
mation to pawn items and
grant theft auto.
* Melvin Lee Jordan, 42, of
117 Southland Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged May 15
with selling cocaine, posses-
sion of cocaine, felony failure
to appear, two counts of fail-
ure to appear and two counts
of possession of drug para-
phernalia.
* Joseph Bryan Ellison, 53,
of 1425 Roosevelt Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged May 16
with trafficking a controlled
substance.
* Eric Walker, 28, address
unknown, was charged May
16 with burglary with
assault/battery.
* Michelle Fritch, 24, of 805
Ryan Ave., Melbourne, was
charged May 17 with posses-
sion of more than 20 grams of
marijuana, producing mari-
juana and producing mari-
juana in an owned/rented
structure/vehicle.
* George Holden, 63, of 720
University Blvd. E., Mel-
bourne, was charged May 17
with selling cocaine, posses-
sion of cocaine with intent to
sell, possession of cocaine
and felony on-site violation
of probation.
* Robert J. Lecuyer III, 29,
of 805 Ryan Ave., Melbourne,
was charged May 17 with
producing drugs, producing
drugs in an owned/rented
structure/vehicle and pos-
session of more than 20
grams of marijuana.


* Jarvis Lavell McFatten, 30,
address unknown, was
charged May 18 with traffick-
ing a controlled substance,
possession of a controlled
substance without a pre-
scription, possession of not
more than 20 grams of mari-
juana, resisting arrest with-
out violence and possession
of drug paraphernalia.
* Clarissa Shepard, 29,
address unknown, was
charged May 17 with grand
theft and felony failure to
appear.
* Clayton Stewart
Townsend-Jett, 22, of 305
Drylnn Drive, West Mel-
bourne, was charged May 17
with fleeing/attempting to
elude a police officer, reckless
driving and as an out-of-state
fugitive.
* Donald Thomas Wingard,
39, address unknown, was
charged May 17 with burgla-
ry of a dwelling/structure
causing damage, criminal
mischief-property damage
and petit larceny.
* Grant L. Gerdes, 23, of
292 Sandy Run Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged May 19
with dealing in stolen prop-
erty, fraud-giving false own-
ership information to pawn
items and larceny.
* Courtney Lorenza Jones,
22, of 760 Footbridge Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
May 19 with unarmed bur-
glary of an unoccupied
dwelling, petit larceny and
resisting arrest without vio-
lence.
* Laura Jean Reynolds, 40,
of 1608 S. Park Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged May 19
with selling cocaine and pos-
session of cocaine.


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can collection at the 5th Annual Space Coast Breweriana
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Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
statements. Statements of fact will be checked for
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High-speed boondoggle

A recent rant stated the writer prefers to "send in and
read real facts."
Apparently, the writer doesn't have a clue about "real
facts" when it comes to high-speed rail.
The writer states "a Florida Department of Transporta-
tion study shows the line could have had an operating sur-
plus in 2015 in its first year of operation." Nonsense!
According to Newsmax, California voters passed a fund-
ing bill for a high-speed rail project based on lowball cost
estimates and wildly inflated ridership predictions.
Before the 2008 election, the cost of a Los Angeles to San
Francisco rail project was estimated at $33 billion, with
another $7 billion for spurs to Sacramento and San Diego.
Voters narrowly approved issuing $9.95 billion in bonds,
with expectations that the federal government and private
investors would cover the rest.
But after the election, cost estimates rose to $43 billion
for the Los Angeles-San Francisco project alone."
Also, the one-way fare between the two cities was pre-
dicted to be $55, making it cheaper than flying.
But after the election, ticket price estimates rose to $105."
Like most large-scale public infrastructure projects, the
California high-speed rail project was sold to the public
based on false promises, exaggerated benefits and lowball
cost estimates.
Governors in Florida, Ohio, and Wisconsin have recently
canceled plans for high-speed rail projects in their states.
Public transportation of this caliber will not be anything
other than a black hole with huge costs passed on to the
taxpayer.
In fact, there are only two high-speed rail systems world-
wide that operate in the black. One is in France, and the
other is in Japan.
The question to be asked is if high speed rail is a money-
maker, where is the private participation?

Get rid of the politicians

When are we going to cut these guys pay?
They are under-worked and overpaid, all of them.
Get rid of half of our politicians.
How about the money they owe Social Security. Is any-
body looking into that?

Aim for the driveway, cameras save lives
and the Obamas are doing a great job

Yesterday, I had to get down on my knees in the ditch in
front of my house to retrieve my Hometown News, and this
is not the first time this has happened.
This is not a easy thing for me to do since I am in my 80s
and I am not steady on my feet anymore.
I look forward to getting the paper and enjoying it, but
enough is enough.
Please ask the delivery person to aim for the driveway
and not the ditch.
I am tired of the complaints about the red light cameras.
I think the people who are complaining are, for the most
part, the ones who run the red lights and will someday kill
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We need the cameras, they save lives.
And lastly, I think our president has done an admirable
job, given the mess he inherited from George Bush.
Also, I feel Ms. Obama has done the best job of any First
Lady.
I greatly admire the Obama family.
They have both been out meeting the public more than
any other presidential family.

What's with the small print
in the phone book?

I got my new telephone books, and where is the magnify-
ing glass to go with the telephone books?
Even people who don't wear glasses have a hard time
reading it.
What's the problem here?


Nuclear power has not caused
a great number of deaths

I hope that disaster engineer who wrote in a recent edi-
tion that incoherent dissertation against nuclear power is
no longer working.
It's wrong. Nuclear power can be made safe.
Nuclear power has not caused any great number of
deaths.
What about the early days when we were developing
steam power. Hundreds died.
Did we stop the development of steam power? Heck no.
Wind and sun can't wean us from Mid-east oil imports. It's
impossible.
Only nuclear power can wean us away from oil.
It is a must, and it can be made safe.
Let's get our head out of the sand and build more nuclear
power plants.
And let's start drilling for oil of Florida coasts.

Yellow light means 'slow down and stop'
not 'hurry up and step on the gas'

This is in response to all of the flap over the red light cam-
eras.
When did our culture change, that made it acceptable (by
many) to run red lights?
We all had to study a driver's handbook and take a test
before we got our drivers license.
I believe that it says a yellow light is an indication that the
light is going to turn red, and you should prepare to stop,
not step on the gas and hope that you make it through
before it turns red.
As far as an "invasion of privacy." that is bunk.
Your picture is taken more times a day than you can
count: the ATM, inside the bank, inside Wall Mart, while you
are gambling at a casino and hundreds of other places.
No one seems to have a problem with this, so why the big
stink over taking your picture when you break the law?
If the city had more money, they could hire more police,
and then there might be a live officer at every intersection,
handing out tickets in person.
Would this make the red light runners any happier?
If we cannot take personal responsibility for ourselves
and our actions, then it is up to someone else to make sure
we obey the laws.
Now, about it causing more accidents. I think that is bunk,
too.
If we change our mindset from "I know that guy in front of
me is going to run the yellow light, so I'm going to follow
him," to "I think I will stop, just in case someone else is com-
ing ," there would not be rear end accidents, just because of
the light changing colors.
Do you run a stop sign, just because there is no one else
around? I think most of us do not.
You stop, because that is what we were taught.
The same thought pattern should be applied to red lights.
They were put there for our safety, not just because the
city thought this would be a good place to hand out tickets.


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Andy Stefanek
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I was once told that "integrity" was doing the right thing,
even if is not the popular choice.
If we apply this to running red lights, it means to stop,
even if the person behind you is unhappy at the choice you
made.
He may not even stop to think that you just might have
saved them from getting a ticket or getting killed or killing
someone else.
So enough of the big brother "B.S." That is just an excuse.
Just set your mind to following the laws of the road, and
we will all find out this can be a safer place to drive.
And maybe the people who operate these red light cam-
eras for the city will go broke.
That is a business that we could stand to go away, because
of lack of revenue.

Response to 'Determining
Mental Incompetence'

I always enjoy laughing through rants like this. It reminds
me of Eleanor Roosevelt's famous observation that "Small
minds talk about people, average minds talk about events
and great minds talk about ideas."
How about this idea from a person in the Czech Republic,
who stated that "The Republic can survive a Barack Obama,
who is, after all, merely a fool."
It is less likely to survive a multitude of fools, such as
those who made him their president."
Coming from a person that experienced communism first
hand, I give him credibility.
The author ends by bringing up Obama's birthplace, stat-
ing that anyone not believing that he was born in Hawaii is
"declared permanently and incurably mentally incompe-
tent."
I, for one, do not care where the Immaculata was born.
It is actually more frightening that he is Hawaiian.
This would tell me that his dislike of America was learned
within the U.S., not from a foreign country.
Government schools have been indoctrinating our chil-
dren in Marxism for a generation or more.
All of the hatred, evidenced by this author, is learned in
schools, away from the watchful eye of their parents.
I would imagine that this author knows the price of gas
today, but has no idea of the price of freedom.
Free societies are actually an anomaly in the history of the
world.
I used to wonder why great civilizations failed to last more
than a few hundred years.
After reading this author's rant, it is now clear.
All great nations end by committing suicide.

Casinos in Brevard would help the economy
and put people to work

Wake up, Florida. While the theme parks are wonderful
for children, there is another class of people called adults.
Why can't Florida become a full destination for tourists?
I would like to see casinos, not just penny parlors all over
the place.
You say it would create crime, well I say there wouldn't be
so much crime if there were jobs.
And casinos hire a lot of people - 24 hours a day.
The food buffet restaurants have anything you can think
of to eat.
I lived in Reno, Carson City, Lake Tahoe and close to Las
Vegas, and I don't remember seeing people begging for food
or jobs.
I wish we could just try casinos here in Brevard County -
I think one like the MGM, not a dinky little place, one with
headliners stage shows, shopping like you've never seen,
wonderful restaurants, all kind of services, a big hotel,
games and all kinds of fun.
Brevard would be a No. 1 tourist vacation. It's in the mid-
dle of the state and is a good location.
I was born in Florida, and I want it to be the best state.
Count the money a casino would make for the state. We
would be able to fund any program we wanted to.
Does anyone else see the need for an adult entertainment
atmosphere?








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BUSINESS


Hearing aid technology leads to less discomfort


Miracle Ear
businessman says
noise
interference have been
eliminated

By Dan Garcia
dgarcia@hometownnewsol.com
Lyle Smith says he remem-
bers the days when people
with hearing aids com-
plained of interference,
buzzing background noises
and other discomforts.
Not anymore.
Technological advances in
the hearing aid industry have
made hearing devices more
user-friendly than ever, Mr.
Smith said.
Mr. Smith should know the
state of the hearing aid
industry: Along with five
stores in Florida and three
more planned in the state,
Mr. Smith operates more
than 40 other hearing aid
stores in the southern United
States.
Mr. Smith is the franchise
operator of two Miracle Ear
stores in Brevard County, one
in the WalMart store at Sarno
Road and Wickham Road in
Melbourne, and the other at
WalMart inViera.
Mr. Smith, who was visiting
the local franchises recently,


said technological advances
are making hearing aids
more user friendly than ever.
"Talk about technology,
they've got computer chips
in them," Mr. Smith said.
"We've seen more improve-
ments in the last seven years
than in the previous 32 years.
"If you buy a hearing aid
today and don't buy a
programmable hearing aid,
you are being foolish," he
said.
Mr. Smith said that before
the technological advances,
the two major complaints he
heard from customers for 30
years were about interfer-
ence from background noise,
and the interference from
feedback, which caused
hearing aids to make a
whistling sound.
"Programmable digital
hearing aids have addressed
both of those problems and
solved them," Mr. Smith said.
Mr. Smith said the
improvements in hearing aid
technology have made the
devices more sophisticated.
"They have more program-
mable ability, more channels
built into them," he said.
Mr. Smith said he was
amazed at one new develop-
ment in hearing aids. He said
modern hearing aids are
programmed to automatical-


Photo by Dan Garcia
Carey Bowen, licensed hearing aid specialist for Miracle
Ear on Wickham Road, says the ability of Miracle Ear to
identify and eliminate unwanted background noise is
because of its Digital Signal Processing technology.


ly reduce louder sounds and
increase softer sounds.
"That blew my mind," Mr.
Smith said. "Background
noise can be a big factor in
keeping you from hearing.
"But that computer chip in
that hearing aid can detect
an unwanted background
noise and reduce that noise.
It's absolutely amazing that


they can do that."
For example, Mr. Smith
said, modern hearing aids
might detect the humming
sound made by a nearby
computer's fan.
"If the computer fan is
making a humming noise,
the hearing aid will detect it
See HEARING, A9


Weird
From page A3
to a 12-year-old girl she was
baby-sitting, as well as two
other children at her home.
The 12-year-old's mother
called Upper Burrell Town-
ship police after discovering
the drugs in a tub of I Can't
Believe It's Not Butter in 22-
year-old Stevie Hickey's
freezer. The woman told
police Hickey spread the
substance on two pieces of
toast that Hickey gave to the
girl. Police say Hickey told the
girl it was "parsley butter" but
later acknowledged to police
that it was marijuana. The
Valley News Dispatch in


Tarentum reports Hickey
remains free after waiving her
right to a preliminary hearing
on marijuana possession and
child endangerment charges.
From wlky.corn: Woman
draws sword during argu-
ment at Pizza Hut
A Louisville woman faces
first-degree disorderly
conduct and menacing
charges after police said she
took out a sword during an
argument at a Pizza Hut.
According to an arrest report,
Wynika Mason was causing
trouble at the Pizza Hut and
police were called. When
police arrived, she began
yelling at them, the report
said. Customers and employ-
ees were in the restaurant,
and employees said they felt


threatened by Masons
behavior. An employee told
police Mason had a sword
with her and began yelling
and pulling it out of the
scabbard, according to the
police report. The report also
stated Mason's brother said
he took the sword from her
and put it in the car. Officers
were given consent to search
the vehicle and found the
sword on the driver's seat.
From logandaily.com: New
home for Ohio man's pencil
sharpener 'museum'
Tourism officials have made
a point of displaying the
hundreds of pencil sharpen-
ers collected by an Ohio
minister who died last
summer. The Rev. Paul
Johnson had kept his collec-


tion in a small shed he called
his museum, outside his
home in Carbon Hill in
southeast Ohio. A new home
for his more than 3,400
sharpeners was dedicated
Friday inside a regional
welcome center. The Logan
Daily News reports Johnson
started collecting after his
wife gave him a few pencil
sharpeners as a gift in the late
1980s. He kept them organ-
ized in categories, including
cats, Christmas and Disney-
land. The oldest is 105 years
old. An Ohio Senate procla-
mation calls the new display
"a fitting tribute" to Johnson,
aWorldWar II veteran.
Sean McCarthy can be
reached athelp@Com-
puteThisOnline.com.


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Brevard County Bureau
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Titusville celebrity all-star
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Ridership increases on
Space Coast Area
Transit

Ridership on Space Coast
Area Transit has increased
again, for the 18th consecu-
tive year.
In the first six months of
Fiscal Year 2010-11, ending
March 31, fixed route rider-
ship reached more than
842,000 passenger boardings,
a total ridership increase of
11.5 percent from the previ-
ous fiscal year's ridership.
The growth in ridership is
attributed to several factors:
* Ridership is up on
existing routes
* An agreement with
Brevard Community
College allows students
to ride for free
* Rising costs of operating
and maintaining
automobiles
Space Coast Area
Transit, a service of the
Brevard County Board of
County Commissioners,
operates 15 fixed bus
routes throughout the
county.
For more information, call
(321) 633-1878 or visit
www.RideSCAT.com.

Ladies golf
association plays
championship

The Viera East Ladies Golf


For mo
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Association 18-hole league
played its annual champi-
onship games in April.
An award ceremony,
presided over by club presi-
dent Rhonda Breault, was
held at the Concepts Restau-
rant, 1437 Highland Ave. in
Melbourne.
The winners were:
* Club champion- Cathy
Woofter
* Overall low net- Dale
Moore
* Flight winners - Jan
Buddington, Joyce
Shorts, Carol Piccirillo
andWinnifred Hiller
* Chip-in champ - Mary
Jan Watson with runner-
ups Jan Buddington, Dale
Moore and Marchelle
Zweber
* Birdie contest - Cathy
Woofter with runner-ups
Joyce Shorts and
Marchelle Zweber
There were also ringer win-
ners.
For more information, call
(321) 289-9990, (321) 610-
8639 or visit www.vieraflori-
dahomesforsale.com.

Prudential Sterling
Properties
top producers

Barbara C. Wall and Nancy
R. Taylor, broker/owners of
Prudential Sterling Proper-
ties, would like to congratu-
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Turn lights out
for sea turtles

As sea turtle nesting season
begins, beachside residents
are reminded to shield, repo-
sition or turn off all indoor
and exterior lights after 9
p.m. to prevent disorienta-
tion for adult nesting females
and their hatchlings.
Thousands of endangered
and threatened sea turtles
nest on Brevard County's
beaches each summer.
Toward the end of June,
after 50-70 days of incuba-
tion in buried nests, hatch-
lings begin to emerge from
the beach and dunes, and
orient themselves toward the
brightest visible horizon in
an attempt to find the sea.
Lights from beachfront
structures that shine or
reflect onto the beach disrupt
this instinctive process and
disorient the hatchlings,
causing them to crawl toward
the artificial light instead of
crawling to the sea.
Disoriented hatchlings
often get tangled in dune
vegetation, eaten by preda-
tors, flattened by vehicles, or
die from exhaustion or dehy-
dration.
Even those who eventually
find the ocean may have
used up so much energy on
the beach that they die
before they find food.
It is estimated that only
one out of every 1,000 hatch-
lings manages to survive to
adulthood.
Lighting ordinances apply
from May 1 through Oct. 31.
For more information, call
(321) 633-2016, Ext. 52431 or
e-mail paula.berntson@bre-
vardcounty.us.

Velga 2011
Invitational Golf
Tournament

Recently, the Velga 18-Hole
Golf League hosted its 2011
invitational, "Golf the World
at Viera East," at the Viera
East Golf Course.
Golfers attended from Tur-
tle Creek, Habitat, Savannah,
Patrick Air Force Base, Bare-
foot Bay, Crane
Creek, Majors, Manatee
Cove, Wedgefield and Indian
River Country Club.
The league thanks its tour-
nament sponsors: Rhonda
Breault, Brevard County
Realty; Linda Farrahi, Remax
Elite Realty; and Deborah
Tomczak, Viera Realty.
Eighty-four golfers partici-
pated in the invitational tour-
nament.
Breakfast was provided by
the host league; and follow-
ing play, a lunch prepared by
Mulligan's Grill, was served at
the Viera East Residents
Clubhouse.
Carol McCarthy and her
committee planned the
event and did a superb job.


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cant effort to streamline the permitting
process.
These process improvements include
the following:
Brevard County
* Created the Planning & Develop-
ment Department, giving contractors
the benefit of the entire development
process under one department
* Enhanced its online permitting fea-
tures to be more user friendly
* Created the Building Construction
Advisory Committee that meets month-
ly to consider and make recommenda-
tions on development related matters
City of Cocoa
* Allows minor site plan amendments
and small scale site plans to be
approved at the staff level
* Revised building and site plan
processes to be more aligned with other
Brevard municipalities and implement-
ed an online customer service feedback
survey
City of Palm Bay
* Implemented several options for
payment of impact fees to assist busi-
ness and development in managing
project costs
* Instituted a minor site plan review
process, reducing the requirements for
site plan submittal and review
* Utilizes a full time staff Ombudsmen
to serve as a single point of contact for
the applicant
City of Rockledge
* Permits applicants, after an initial
review, to submit specific areas of
change requested under city staff com-
ments, rather than another full site plan
* Established a Development Review
Committee to evaluate each application
* Instituted free pre-construction
meetings with clients to evaluate plans,
answer questions, and develop rela-
tionships between the contractor and
city staff
Lynda Weatherman, president and
CEO of the Economic Development
Commission, said, "We applaud the
efforts that our participating munici-
palities have made to streamline their
processes and encourage their contin-
ued momentum to reinforce our pro-
business environment. We look forward
to meeting our goal of awarding the
S.N.A.P. designation to 90 percent of our
municipalities by year's end."
Commissioner Robin Fisher, Chair-
man, Brevard County Board of County
Commissioners, stated, "With the coun-
ty receiving the S.N.A.P. designation
from the EDC's Development Council,


Notes
From page A8
Individual prizes were
awarded for members and
visitors for the longest drive,
closest to the pin and closest
to a wavy line on a selected
hole.
Team prizes were awarded
to the best net scoring teams
1 through 10.
They were as follows:
1. Missie Leggett, Savan-
nah; Doris Jones, Habitat;
and Bonnie Miller and Peggy
Kraft fromViera East
2. Jan Buddington, Viera;
Joan Maxwell, IRCC; Jane
Cypher, Barefoot Bay; Carol
Innis, Turtle Creek
3. Theresa Stone, Savan-
nah; Melinda Thompsen,
Viera; Chris Downing, Viera;
and Betty Snow, Crane Creek
4. Marchelle Zweber, Viera;
Betty Healy, Barefoot Bay;
Judy Loutzenhiser, Savan-
nah; and Patty Wright, Bare-
foot Bay
5. Pat D'Allesio, Turtle
Creek; Kathleen Scaturro,
Viera; Gwen Wyer, Majors;
and Diane Chenier, Wedge-
field
6. Tiny Butler, Viera;
Madge Kelley, Manatee
Cover; Carol McCarthy, Viera;
and Anna Cook, Habitat
7. Alice Emerson, Crane
Creek, Rhonda Breault, Viera;
Betty Young, Viera; and Mary
Ann Martin, Barefoot Bay
8. Merle Gelles, Viera;
Nancy Leatherman, Manatee
Cove; Anne Panero, Turtle
Creek; and Tina Mallet, Viera
9. Judy Gagnon, Barefoot
Bay; Judy Robinson, Viera;
Lila Perkowski, Wedgefield;
and ShirleyVolak, Viera
10. Donna Foisey, Habitat;
Betty Sessions, Crane Creek;
Carol Piccirillo and Stevie
Mctaggart, both ofViera
Thanks to the Viera East 9-
Hole League ladies, who
served lunch.

Hippiefest 2011
vendors needed
The King Center for the
Performing Arts is looking for
vendors to sell goods at Hip-


it demonstrates the efforts that have
been put forth from our Planning and
Development Department to stream-
line permitting for our applicants.
While this certification is indeed a great
accomplishment for the county, we will
continue to work with the private sector
to further improve our processes into
the future."
Mayor Mike Blake, city of Cocoa, con-
firmed, "The City of Cocoa is honored
to be designated as a S.N.A.P. communi-
ty by the EDC's Development Council.
This designation reinforces our philos-
ophy that the city of Cocoa is 'Open for
Business.' While we are committed to
protecting the integrity of the public
review process, we are equally commit-
ted to streamlining and doing what we
reasonably can to aid businesses and
developers in navigating the City's
process."
Mayor John Mazziotti, city of Palm
Bay, declared, "The SNAP designation is
a reflection of the commitment the
Palm Bay City Council and staff have
made to ensure our permitting process
is a positive experience. We appreciate
that the EDC Development Council has
recognized Palm Bay's ongoing efforts
to create a responsive and predictable
permitting process for our customers."
"The city of Rockledge has worked
diligently to provide development
review and permitting processes that
are consistent, easily understood, and
timely. I am proud of our staff for their
efforts in achieving this designation of
S.N.A.P. certification," Mayor Larry
Schultz, city of Rockledge said.
Mike Williams, president of M.H.
Williams Construction Group Inc. and
Chair of the EDC Development Council
said, "On behalf of the EDC's Develop-
ment Council, I am honored to have
awarded the S.N.A.P. designation to
four of our local municipalities. Their
commitment to process improvement
will strengthen the Space Coast's posi-
tion as a competitive business environ-
ment. We look forward to our continued
partnership with our municipalities to
enhance the permitting process fur-
ther."
The Economic Development Com-
mission of Florida's Space Coast is dedi-
cated to the attraction, relocation,
retention and expansion of business.
The EDC is a private, not-for-profit
coalition whose stakeholders are busi-
ness leaders committed to the econom-
ic growth and stability of Florida's space
Coast.
Visit www.SpaceCoastEDC.org, call
(321) 638-2000 or e-mail dreider-
hicks@spacecoastedc.org.


piefest 2011, Aug. 25.
Come be a hippie for a day.
In order to create a fun, fes-
tive and nostalgic atmos-
phere of the 1960s, the King
Center is seeking hippie-
themed vendors to sell their
goods prior to the Hippiefest
2011 concertAug. 25.
Do you sell items or make
items that will spark memo-
ries of the peace and love that
changed a generation?
Vendors will be set up on
the outside patio area of the
King Center.
There is no charge, and you
will be provided with one 6-
foot table and two chairs.
Food, alcohol, illegal sub-
stance and illegal substance
paraphernalia vendors are
strictly prohibited.
Anyone interested in
applying to be a vendor, may
download an application at
kingcenter.com or call (321)
433-5714 for more informa-
tion. Space is limited.
Hippiefest is a musical
flashback celebrating the
bands that defined music's


most influential decade: the
60s.
The evening's concert will
include Dave Mason, Mark
Farmer, formerly of Grand
Funk Railroad, Rick Der-
ringer, Felix Cavaliere's Ras-
cals and GaryWright.
The King Center for the
Performing Arts is at 3865 N.
Wickham Road, Melbourne.

First Cavalry
gathering soon
The First Cavalry Division
Association (all Florida
troops) will be gathering
Sept. 10 at MeeMaw's, 600 E.
Eau Gallie Blvd., Indian Har-
bour Beach from 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. in the private banquet
room for breakfast/lunch
and troop business meetings.
All those who served in or
with the First Cav are wel-
come.
Please R.S.V.P to member-
ship chairperson Bobbie Keith
at (321) 777-5561.


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Hearing
From page A7
as an unwanted noise," Mr.
Smith said.
Mr. Smith said technology
enables a hearing aid to be
reprogrammed as a users'
hearing changes.
Mr. Smith said aging is the
No. 1 reason for hearing
loss. He said men are more
likely to suffer hearing loss
because of their frequent
exposure to high volumes of
noise.
"We men shoot guns, we
run lawnmowers, we run
chainsaws, and all that
noise takes atoll," Mr. Smith
said. "Remember, there are
15,000 to 20,000 nerve
endings in each ear, and
noise damages our nerve
endings."
Mr. Smith said Miracle Ear
has 1,400 locations nation-
wide, and servicing hearing
aids is the biggest part of the
job.
"One thing I learned from
Day One is that selling
someone a hearing aid is
just the tip of the iceberg,"
Mr. Smith said. "My sales-
men spent 80 percent of the
time caring for people, and
20 percent of the time fitting
new products.
"The average life of a
digital and programmable
hearing aid canbe 10 to 12
years. We schedule all of our
customers four times a year
just for cleaning and a
checkup, and we don't
charge them for that."
Because May is "Speech
and Hearing Month,"
Miracle-Ear Centers are
offering the public a free
hearing test.
This assessment includes
a complete hearing health
history, ear canal inspec-
tion, hearing threshold test
and speech discrimination
test.
To schedule a free hearing
test or to learn more about
hearing aids, visit www.mir-
acle-ear.com or contact Lyle
Smith at miracleear@earth-
link. net.


Platinum Coast
Chorus
installs officers
Newly installed officers of
the Platinum Coast Chorus
include: Denise Breitweiser,
team leader; Kendra
Townsend, secretary; Nancy
Henderson, finance; Deb
Peterson, marketing; Kathy
Ellis, membership; Barbara
Tamaccio, performance
manager and Mary Healy,
show manager.
Joan Mc Donald, former
secretary, presided over this
occasion as the installation
officer.
The event was held in the
Tradewinds Restaurant at the
Duran Golf course.
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The Platinum Coast Cho-
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For more information,
please call (321) 259-8605.

'Best Salsa
in Brevard' honors

Mary's Downtown Salsa
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ety has earned top honors,
receiving the title of "Best
Salsa in Brevard" for the third
year.
On April 29, the First Place


People's Choice Award was
presented to Mary and Roy
Daugherty of Mary's Down-
town Salsa at Fiesta Brevard,
an annual event hosted by
the Cocoa Beach Chamber of
Commerce.
In addition to the Peo-
ple's Choice award, Mary's
Mango Tango Tropical
Salsa also received the First
Place Judge's Choice
Award.
Beth Courtney of the
Cocoa Beach Chamber of
Commerce said this is the
first year that a contestant
has won first place in both
categories.
Mary's Downtown Salsa
is an all fresh, locally made
salsa available in five fla-


vors - mild, medium, hot,
black bean and corn and
mango tango tropical.
These salsas can be pur-
chased in specialty mar-
kets around Brevard Coun-
ty.
Locations include:
Downtown Produce Mar-
ket & More, Hayes Meats,
Indialantic Seafood, Mel-
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both Petty's locations on
Wickham Road and Bab-
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arm-guided knee
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Wuesthoff Health System
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Melbourne hospital is the
first in Brevard County to
perform MAKOplasty, a
new, minimally invasive
partial knee resurfacing
procedure used to treat
early-to-mid-stage
osteoarthritis of the knee.
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MAKOplasty, powered by
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In addition, many return
to an active lifestyle within
weeks of the procedure.
MAKOplasty can be per-
formed on either the inner,
top or outer compartment
of the knee.
It can also be performed
as a bi-compartmental
procedure on both the
inner and top portions of
the knee.
The opportunity for early
intervention is important
as osteoarthritis is the
most common form of
arthritis and a leading
cause of disability world-
wide, according to the
American Academy of
Orthopaedic Surgeons.
For more information,
call (321) 637-2809.

New member at
Weichert Realtors -
Hallmark Properties

Beth A. Anderson is a
new member of the sales
team at Weichert Realtors -
Hallmark Properties in
Melbourne. Ms. Anderson
serves buyers and sellers
throughout Brevard Coun-
ty.


She comes with 18 years
of experience in the mort-
gage industry, including
underwriting, training and
sales.
Ms. Anderson holds cre-
dentials in leadership,
short sale, advanced FHA
underwriting and con-
sumer lending.
Weichert Realtors - Hall-
mark Properties is at 7640
North Wickham Road in
Melbourne.
For more information,
call (321) 327-2993 or visit
www.weicherthallmark.co
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RE/MAX welcomes
new Realtors

Peri Kiros and Shianti
(Shawn) McDonald have
been added to the team of
agents at RE/MAX 2000.
They will be available to
assist customers with buy-
ing, selling, renting and all
other aspects of the real
estate industry.
RE/MAX 2000 has been
serving the community for
nearly 12 years.
Visit its new location in
the Publix Shopping Center
at Post and Wickham roads
in Melbourne.
For more information, call
(321) 255-1080 or visit
www.realestateinmel-
bournefl.com.

Five local schools earn
'Excellence in Visual
Arts' awards

Five Brevard Public
Schools were honored with
the Excellence in Visual Arts
Award for 2011-14 at a recent
school board meeting.
This prestigious award
recognizes Brevard Public
Schools art programs, which
are comprehensive in scope
and outstanding in quality.
This year's awardees are as
follows: Port Malabar Ele-
mentary, Sunrise Elemen-
tary and Westside Elemen-
tary schools in Palm Bay;
Quest Elementary School in
Melbourne; and Viera High
School inViera.
Brevard County now has


eighteen visual art programs
recognized as having excel-
lent art programs, as desig-
nated by art educators from
across the state.
For more information, call
(321) 633-1000, Ext. 796 or e-
mail davis.christine@bre-
vardschools.org.

Health First awards
$10,000 in local
healthcare
scholarships
The Health First Founda-
tion has chosen 10 local high
school students who will
each receive a $1,000 schol-
arship for tuition as they
pursue healthcare-related
degrees at various colleges
across the area.
Each outstanding student
was chosen from among
nearly 100 applicants.
Students were asked to
submit a written essay
describing their career goals
and future plans.
The essay, along with
grade point average, school
and community activities, as
well as financial need were
all taken into consideration
by the Health First Founda-
tion.
The winners are also eligi-
ble for a second year grant of
another $1,000 if they con-
tinue their studies and
maintain a 3.0 GPA.
The program is made pos-
sible by the foundation's
community fundraising
efforts, as well as individual
donors who provide finan-
cial gifts for named scholar-
ships.
Scholarship recipients,
their high school, and the
scholarship awarded are:
* Jonathan Bayless,
Edgewood Jr./Sr. High
School, J. Edward Field
Memorial Scholarship
* Brenna Fleis, Melbourne
Central Catholic High
School, Dr. Brian P.
Gibbons Memorial
Scholarship
* Anna Gross, Cocoa
Beach High School, Dr.
Fred Turner Memorial
Scholarship
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Wildlife Refuge Society will
be on hand to answer
questions and provide
information about what
they do and contribute to
the community and coun-
ty.
The entertainment, pro-
vided by WinWin of Bre-
vard, will feature eight
local Brevard musicians.
Guided tours of the wet-
lands area will be provided
both on foot and by golf


cart or van. Charlie Cor-
beil, a Brevard resident and
wildlife photographer, will
conduct a photography
tour of the area.
"Since Mr. Corbeil is very
knowledgeable about
much of the wildlife and
foliage native to the region,
this will be a great oppor-
tunity for those wishing to
take photos and learn
about the specific plants
and animals that live in the
wetlands," said Mr. Berry.
Brandon Smith, repre-
sentative at Riverwalk Park
in Rockledge, of Brevard


County Parks and Recre-
ation, will provide a touch
display tank for viewing.
Clothing and music ven-
dors will provide booths
with merchandise for sale.
For more information on
the festival or to find out
more about the Viera Wet-
lands area, visit www.bre-
vardcounty.us/Viera Wet-
lands or www.viera.com.
The Ritch Grissom Viera
Wetlands is located two
miles west of the traffic cir-
cle at the intersection of
Wickham Road and Lake
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* Melody Karycki, West
Shore Jr./Sr. High School,
Marjorie E. Spezzano
Scholarship
* Jenel Keppel, Bayside
High School, Health First
Foundation Scholarship
* Erin Meldrum,
Rockledge High School,
Vince Spezzano Memorial
Scholarship
* Marina Sanchez, Bayside
High School, Genevieve
Brombacher Memorial
Scholarship
* Emily Smoot, Viera High
School. Health First
Foundation Scholarship
* Brittany Tucker, Cocoa
High School, Dr. Robert
and Patricia Griffin
Scholarship
* SamanthaVisser,
Melbourne High School,
Health First Foundation
Scholarship
The Health First Founda-
tion works to improve the
health and well-being of the
Brevard community through
raising funds to support the
medical programs at Health
First's family of not-for-prof-
it medical affiliates, includ-
ing Cape Canaveral Hospi-
tal, Holmes Regional
Medical Center, Palm Bay
Hospital and Viera Hospital.
For more information on
the Health First Foundation,
please call (321) 434-7353 or
visit www.Health-
First.org/Foundation.

Nana's House annual
dinner/dance and
$10,000 check

Nana's House held its
Fourth Annual
dinner/dance recently at the
Crowne Plaza on Melbourne
Beach, where the Walmart
Foundation presented
Nana's House with a $10,000
check.
Fred Maine, manger of the
West Melbourne Walmart, in
conjunction with the Neigh-
borhood Walmart Store on
Babcock Street and Florida
Avenue in Melbourne, coor-
dinated with 10 Walmarts in
the district, with each store
donating $1,000.
Nana's House founder,
Kim Frodge, received the
check on behalf of Nana's
House from the Walmart
Foundation.
One of the largest single
donations, Nana's House is
pleased that the Walmart
Foundation recognizes
Nana's House as such a wor-
thy nonprofit organization
in the community.

Local commission
officer appointed
bank board chair

Lynda Weatherman, presi-
dent and chief executive
officer of the Economic
Development Commission
of Florida's Space Coast, has
been appointed to serve as
chair of the board of direc-
tors of the Federal Reserve
Bank of Atlanta's Jacksonville
branch.
Her term on the board
began Jan. 1, 2009, and con-
tinues through Dec. 31,
2011.
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each board meeting, and all
branch directors act as a link
between the Federal Reserve
and their communities.
Federal Reserve Bank of
Atlanta Branch directors
provide economic informa-
tion from the branch territo-
ry to the district bank's presi-
dent and head office
directors, who use the infor-
mation in formulating mon-
etary policy and making dis-
count rate
recommendations.
Ms. Weatherman was
appointed to the Jack-
sonville Branch's board by
the Board of Governors of
the Federal Reserve System
in Washington, D.C.
The Board of Governors
appoints three of the direc-
tors of the Jacksonville
Branch, and the Atlanta
head office directors appoint
four.
For more information, visit
www.SpaceCoastEDC.org.

Ombudsman of the
Year winner selected
Florida's Long-Term Care
Ombudsman Program has
announced Ruth Battle-Hall
as East Central Florida
Council's "Ombudsman of
the Year," serving Orange,
Seminole, Brevard and Osce-
ola counties.
This award is designated
to ombudsmen volunteers
who demonstrate excep-
tional efforts, going above
and beyond the call of duty,
in advocating for long-term
care facility residents.
The program has 17 local
councils across the state of
Florida, and each council
selects an "Ombudsman of
the Year."
The State Ombudsman
Council will choose one of
these recipients to receive
the "Don Hering Excellence
in Advocacy Award" in
August.
Individuals interested in
volunteering or learning
more about the program may
call toll-free (888) 831-0404
or visit http://ombuds-
man.myflorida.com.


Central Brevard
County branch of
the NAACP names
executive committee
members
NAACP executive com-
mittee members for 2010-
12 are: J. LeRoy Darby,
president; Jewel Collins,
first vice president/politi-
cal action committee co-
chair; Marguerite Young-
Smith, second vice
president/membership
committee chair; Veronica
C. Jenkins, secretary;
Earnestine D. Aaron, treas-
urer/finance committee
chair; Delores Danzy, at-
large member; Rev. John-
nie B. Dennis, religious
affairs committee chair;
Sharon Fletcher-Smith,
WIN committee chair; Julia
Harden, political action
committee co-chair;
Tyrone Jones, education
committee chair; Amicitia
Maloon-Gibson, armed
services-VA affairs com-
mittee chair: Opal Morris,
at-large member; Jacque-
line Poitier-French, at-
large member; Lee
Rollings, at-large member;
Karen Spurlock, health
committee chair; Sylvia M.
Thomas, youth work com-
mittee chair; Joyce Wells,
youth advisor; Clarence
Whipple Jr., labor and
industry committee chair;
Martha B. Williams, at-
large member; Alberta K.
Wilson, ACT-SO commit-
t e e / economic
committee/freedom fund c
committee chair; and
Courtney Moyer, youth
council president.

Crosswinds
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staff members
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Crosswinds Youth Services
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several of its outstanding
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* Abby's Cove Restaurant
& Bar: Free dance lessons
with DJ Bob Kane and
Company at 7 p.m. Tues-
days. Jam with the John
Quinlivin Band on the deck
6-10 p.m. on Thursdays.
Bobby Kelly provides
dinner entertainment 5:30-
8:30 p.m. with live bands
and a DJ between sets 9
p.m. to midnight Friday
and Saturdays. Abby's Cove
is at 1462 HighwayA1A,
Satellite Beach. Call (321)
777-2683.
* Beach Shack: The Space
Coast Playboys will play 8
p.m. to midnight Friday
and 2-6 p.m. Saturday.
Jame's Gang will play 6-10
p.m. Saturday. The Bird Dog
Bobby Band will play 2-6
p.m. and BradVickers & His
Vestapolitans will play 6-10
p.m. Sunday. The Beach
Shack is at 1 Minuteman
Causeway, Cocoa Beach.
Call (321) 783-2250.
* Coconuts on the Beach:
Dave Kury will play 2-6 p.m.
Friday. Johnny Danger will
play 2-6 p.m. and Coco
Locos will play 7-11 p.m.
Saturday. Sonny Alfano will
play 2-6 p.m. and Entasys
(Duo) will play 7-11 p.m.
Sunday. Coco Locos will
play 2-6 p.m. Memorial Day
Monday. Mo Duo will play
7-11 p.m. Tuesday.
Coconuts is at 255 Atlantic
Ave., Cocoa Beach. Call
(321) 784-1422.
* Fishlips Waterfront Bar
& Grill: High Tide will play
at 4 p.m. with DJ Soul at 9
p.m. Saturday. Histeria will
play at 9 p.m. Sunday. The
Tiki Band will play at 4 p.m.
Monday. Fishlips is at 610
Glen Cheek Drive, Port
Canaveral. Call (321) 784-
4533.
* Getaway Martini Bar:
Jessica Ottway will play 9:30
p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday.
Bottoms Up will play 9:30
p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. Jazz
Jam is 8-11 p.m. Wednes-
days. Open mic songwriters
night is 8-11 p.m. Thurs-
days. The Getaway Martini
Bar is at 7720 N. Wickham
Road, Melbourne. Call
(321) 255-0052.
* Grills Seafood Deck &
Tiki Bar at the Port: Mo
Geetz will play 7:30-11:30
p.m. Friday. Even Odds will
play 7:30-11:30 p.m.
Saturday. Entasy's will play
3-7 p.m. Sunday. Derek will
play 5-9 p.m. Wednesday.
Hypersona Duo will play 5-
9 p.m. Thursday. Grills is at
505 Glen Cheek Drive, Cape
Canaveral. Call (321) 868-
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Rising violinist guest of orchestra


By Shelley Koppel
Entertainment writer
Violinist Suliman Tekalli
is a native of Daytona
Beach. When he was 3, his
family moved to Orlando
and he began studying the
violin.
"My sister Jamila was
three years older and
already on the piano," he
said. "My mother thought
it would be nice if both
children were involved in
music.
"She chose the violin. I
began going to the Suzuki
Institute and they gave me
a shoebox with strings. I
knew it wasn't a real violin
and I refused to play until
they gave me a real one."
The young proteg6 made
his professional debut at
16 with the Orlando
Philharmonic and studied
at Juilliard.
Now, at 23, he makes his
debut with the Space Coast
Symphony on June 4-5
with performances of
"Fantasy on Georges Bizet's
Opera 'Carmen'" by Pablo
Sarasate. The concert
features music with a Latin
beat, including Gershwin's
"Cuban Overture" and the
ballet suite from
Massenet's opera "Le Cid."
Mr. Tekalli spoke recently
from his home in Colum-
bus, Ga., where he is a
student at Columbus State
University and private
student of Sergiu Schwartz.
He is thrilled to be per-
forming the Sarasate piece.
"It's a very exciting
piece," he said. "It's almost
like watching short


vignettes from the entire
opera. It's like trying to
pack all of the elements of
'Carmen' into a short
amount of time with the
violin as the means of
delivery. It is virtuostic."
The piece offers a lot of
challenges to the violinist,
Mr. Tekalli said.
"It's not just how fast the
fingers are moving, but
bringing the operatic vocal
element and characters
with the piece. It's easy to
fall into the trap of just
playing notes," he said.
"It's easy to fall into loud
and sparking and fast, but
with no character. To have
the operatic connection is
the most difficult. It ends
with a bang. Sarasate
pieces are hot-tempered
and it ends in an exciting
way."
Mr. Tekalli is embarking
on the next phase of his
career, graduating from
Columbus State and
moving on to the Cleve-
land Institute of Music to
work on his master's
degree. He will study under
the direction of Joel
Smirnoff, president of the
school.
Mr. Tekalli's sister, Jamila,
has performed with the
Space Coast Symphony,
and Aaron Collins, the
Symphony's conductor,
attended a recital given by
brother and sister. It took
time for schedules to
mesh. Mr. Tekalli main-
tains a busy schedule of
performances in addition
to his studies.
Mr. Collins, for his part,
applies the term virtuostic


Photo courtesy of Mark Dickinson
Violinist Suliman Tekalli, a Daytona Beach native, per-
forms with the Space Coast Symphony on June 4-5.


to both the piece and the
performer.
"He is still very young
and he is performing one
of the most challenging
pieces in the repertoire,"
the conductor said. "He
will definitely be a star in a
few years."

Suliman Tekalli performs
with the Space Coast
Symphony Orchestra on
June 4 at 6 p.m. at Holy


Trinity Episcopal Auditori-
um in Melbourne and on
June 5at3 p.m. at Commu-
nity Church ofVero Beach.
Tickets are $20 in advance
and $23 at the door.
Children 18 and younger
are admitted free.
For more information or
to purchase tickets, call
(321) 536-8580. Tickets are
available at the website
www.spacecoastsympho-
ny.org.


Out & about


Swingtime Jazz Band's Annual
May Flowers Ball

The Swingtime Jazz Band
will debut some new
arrangements for dancing
when it performs at its
annual "May Flowers Ball" 7-
10 p.m. Friday, May 27 at the
Melbourne Auditorium.
The May Flowers Ball will
include a wide variety of
selections covering swing,
waltz, polkas and Latin
music, as well as the
occasional rock tune.
Several soloists will be
featured during the perform-
ance.
Swingtime vocalists Sally
Hart, a singing star with the
Lawrence Welk Show, and
Len Fallen, another local
favorite, will also be featured.
The dance begins at 7 p.m.
The Melbourne Auditorium
is at 625 E. Hibiscus Blvd.,
Melbourne.
Those who would like to
brush up on their dancing


skills can do so from 6 p.m.
to 7 p.m., when Laura Beers
offers lessons.
The fee for lessons is $5,
payable to the instructor.
Contact Ms. Beers at
www.adancesvoice.com or
(321) 751-4766.
More information about
the event, ticket locations,
and the band is available by
visiting www.mmband.org or
calling (321) 724-0555.

Groucho's Comedy Club
Friday night

Live comedy at Groucho's
Comedy Club at the Interna-
tional Palms Resort in Cocoa
Beach will feature Que-
vaughn Bryant, comedy
philosopher.
Mr. Bryant has been seen
on "Comedy Central,"
"Politically Incorrect with Bill
Maher" and MTV.
Added attraction will be
the "Guido Ninja" Myke
Herlihy.


Showtime is now 8:30
p.m. Friday, May 27.
Cost is $12, with a dinner
and show package for $20
prepaid.
The International Palms
Resort is at 1300 N. Atlantic
Ave., Cocoa Beach.
For information, call (321)
866-0222.

Palm Trio presents
'Now and Then'

The Palm Trio presents
"Now and Then: Music in
Time," a free concert at 7
p.m. on Saturday, May 28 at
the St. Mark's United
Methodist Church, 2030 N.
Highway Al A in Indialantic.
The Palm Trio, an innova-
tive ensemble featuring
trumpet, trombone and
piano, kick off the summer
with "Now and Then: Music
in Time."
This free concert will
showcase a variety of music
performed by three young


and rising stars in the music
world.
This performance includes
selections from Georges
Bizet's opera, "Carmen," the
energetic duet, "Fandango,"
by Joseph Turrin, the distinct
"Waltz No. 2" from Dmitri
Shotakovich's Jazz Suite, the
striking and searing writing of
Eric Ewazen's "Pastorale" and
"Duet for a Ceremony."
For more information, visit
www.SpaceCoastSympho-
ny.org or call (321) 536-
8580.

Kickboxing championships at
the Expo Center

Donnie Hair's Florida
championships with super
fights, kickboxing, karate and
jujitsu will be Saturday, May
28 at the Cocoa Expo Sports
Center, 500 Friday Road,
Cocoa.
Hosted by Don "The
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STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 5-27-2011
Aries-March 21-April 19
You have a full plate in life.
You could say this is a feast
in your honor. Everyone
knows how responsible you
are. Just be careful you don't
get indigestion by taking on
more than you can digest.
Everyone has limits. Choice
comes from instincts. Be
open to listening and every-
thing will work out well.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Recent insight and learning
has given ideas about how
to make life work more
smoothly. You are a tireless
worker. You can always be
counted on. You are always
there for your friends. You
have a good heart and spirit.
These are the main tools for
happiness. Just be sure to
take care of your own emo-
tional needs as well.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Gemini is an air sign. Air rep-
resents the mind and com-
munications. You were born
to reach out and influence
other's lives. The key to a
sharp clear mind is an open,
loving heart. Kind- minded
Gemini's keep these chan-
nels open. The heart is the
motivator to action. When
you achieve positive results
it's because you are open
and flowing.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
A moon child is a water sign.
Water represents the heart
and emotions. You were
born with a great heart and
you know how to use it. It is
like radar monitoring the
energy of those around you.
You are sensitive to this ener-
gy. This strong nature makes
you a star in service and help
to family and friends. No one
does it better.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Get focused, stay on the
edge and take care of details.
The big things are made up
of many little things. Touch
all the bases on your journey.
You have a double set of
skills. You work well as an
individual but you also are
an excellent team player.
This dual leadership is a
great asset when starting,
managing and finishing
prime projects.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
You have a strong belief in
doing things right. This is a
major factor in your person-
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Brad Vickers and His Vestapoli-
tans at the Beach Shack

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new CDs, "Le Blues Hot" and
"Stuck with the Blues," Brad
Vickers and His Vestapolitans
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ragtime, jazz, blues, skiffle and
Mississippi hill country
breakdowns.
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like Mr. Vickers and his band.
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For information, call (321)
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Cocoa's Sixth Annual Memorial
Day Tribute

From 9:30 a.m. to 10:30
a.m. Monday, May 30, the City
of Cocoa will present its Sixth
Annual Memorial Day Tribute
at Riverfront Park in Cocoa
Village.
There will be a variety of
speakers, patriotic songs, static
displays and military reenact-
ments.
Brigadier Gen. Ed Wilson will
be the master of ceremonies,
and Cpl. Robert Smith, United
States Marine Corps, will be
the guest speaker.
Food and beverages will be
available for sale.
Admission is free. Bring
lawn chairs or blankets.
For more information, call
(321) 639-3500 or e-mail
lmoody@cocoafl.org.

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31

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Blue Water Open Charity
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Activities for the 18th Annual
Blue Water Open start at 5
p.m. Friday, June 3 with
registration and the captain's
meeting at Capt'n Butchers in
Sebastian. Fishing begins
Saturday, June 4.
Even if you don't fish, there
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nautical vendors, music and
more.
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$12,000 in cash prizes in four
fish categories: Dolphin,
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Scene
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2226.
* Grills Riverside -
Melbourne: Absolute Blue
will play 7:30-11:30 p.m.
Friday. Delgado will play
7:30-11:30 p.m. Saturday.
John Andrew Burr will play
5-9 p.m. Thursday. Grills is
at 6075 North U.S. Highway
1, Melbourne. Call (321)
242-8999.
* Heidi's Jazz Club: Steve
Kirsner and Al Goldenberg
will play 5-8 p.m. Friday.
The Ron Teixeira Trio will
play 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.
Friday and 8 p.m. to mid-
night Saturday. Sunday's
jam session is 7-11 p.m.
Sybil Gage will play 7-11
p.m. Tuesday. Heidi's is at 7
N. Orlando Ave., Cocoa
Beach. Call (321) 783-4559.
* Hunker Down Bar: Jon


Scopes
From page B1
al, professional and social
success. When you get that
"right" feeling nothing can
slow you down or stop you
from victory over life. Your
large reservoir of love,
patience and understanding
is icing on the cake. A sweet
life is on the way.

Libra-Sept. 23-Oct.22
Live life like there is no
tomorrow. True, you have to
plan for tomorrow, but stay
focused on doing what you
love today. Staying centered
and following your heart is
the key to happiness. Your
passion for life is another of
your special gifts. If your heart
isn't in it, don't do it. Life is


Parrot will play 5-8 p.m.
Monday. The Hunker
Down is at 7 S. Atlantic Ave.,
Cocoa Beach. Call (321)
613-3802.
* Lou's Blues: The Stephan
Michael Connection will
play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m.
Friday. Mo Geetz will play
9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m.
Saturday. Lou's Blues is at
3191 N. Highway A1A,
Indialantic. Call (321) 779-
2299.
* Ozzie's Crabhouse: Matt
Roberts will play 6-10 p.m.
Friday. Kevin McCullers will
play 6-10 p.m. Saturday and
4-8 p.m. Sunday. Ozzie's is at
4391 Dixie Highway N.E.,
Palm Bay. Call (321) 724-
0009.
* Shady Oaks Lounge: All
About Nothing will play 9
p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday and
Saturday. The Shady Oaks is
at 6050 S. Babcock St., Palm


going your way. Nothing can
stop you now.

Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
Keep striving for spiritual bal-
ance. Stay active and keep
moving. Focus on fun things
and laugh a lot. If it doesn't
bring joy, don't do it. Resist
acting until you feel inspira-
tion. Then bring your visions
into realities. When you live
this way you honor the
ancient universal law of be
fruitful and multiply.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Courage in the face of adver-
sity is one of your greatest
virtues. When the chips are
down, you keep an eye on
the goal and keep on keeping
on. You make a good captain
of the ship. You always bring
it safely through the storm.


Bay. Call (321) 727-7004.
* Siggy's All-American
Bar: Dance party with DJ
Chris is at 8 p.m., and Bullet
Theory and Ty Oglesby will
play 9:30 p.m. to closing
Friday. Dance party with DJ
Scooter is at 8 p.m., and
Kattyshack and special
guests will play 9:30 p.m. to
closing Saturday. Dead
Serios Reunion with special
guests: The Day After, The
Ellers and The Gilroys will
be Sunday. Wednesday night
features DJ Chris at 8 p.m.,
and Thursday is Acoustic
Night at 7 p.m. Siggy's is at
1153 Malabar Road N.E.,
Palm Bay. Call (321) 952-
0104.
* Sports Page: Atlanta's
Groove Stain with special
guests Brevard's own Kaya
Uprising will play at 9 p.m.
Friday. Coldside and
Zombie Jesus will play at 9


Be sure to take a break after
meeting great challenges.
This recharge time gives you
the vision and energy for the
next journey.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
When you choose to let your
higher nature and purpose
guide you, you find patience
and wiser decisions are
made. The lower nature ruled
by the ego wants it all now.
Separate positive ideas from
the negatives and work on
the most important positives
first. Your inner guidance will
tell you when to act. This is a
winning formula.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Strong attention to details
continues to bring positive
results to your life. Another
reason is the good hearted-


p.m. Saturday. The Sports
Page is at 220 Highway A1A,
Satellite Beach. Call (321)
777-7243.
* Squid Lips: Live Pan will
play 3-6 p.m. and Lights Out
Project will play 7-11 p.m.
Friday. John Q. and Shelly
will play 2-6 p.m. and
Absolute Blue will play 7-11
p.m. Saturday. Johnny
Danger will play 2-7 p.m.
Sunday. Squid Lips is at
1477 Pineapple Ave.,
Melbourne. Call (321) 259-
3101.
* Sunset Cafe: The Rag-
time Rascals will play 1-4
p.m. Thursday. The Sunset
Caf6 is at 500 W. Cocoa
Beach Causeway, Cocoa
Beach. Call (321) 783-8485.
*V-Twin Pub and Grill:
The Kore will play 7-11 p.m.
Friday. JQB and the Heart-
breakers will play 7-11 p.m.
Saturday. Open Fire will play


ness and nurturing you give
others. Life, adventure and
nature are your true domains.
You calculate the odds and
then take action. These three
virtues separate you from the
masses and make you a
champion in all you try.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
Pisces is the omega of the
zodiac family. Your strong,
sensitive inner nature and
guidance is the fuel for your
spirit. You refuse to let the
world or negative people pull
you too far away from your
center. Give thanks daily for
this greatest of universal
blessings. It is the light and
power to keep you going no
matter what challenge is fac-
ing you.

- James Tucker


4-8 p.m. Sunday. The V-Twin
is at 4720 Dixie Highway
N.E., Palm Bay. Call (321)
574-0520.
* Wynfields Sports Bar:
Monday Night Live with DJ
Fred features Songwriter's
Hour (where the audience
writes the songs) and S & M
Karaoke starting at 7 p.m.
Wednesday night is jam
night with the Bone Dogs 8-
11 p.m. Wynfields is at 190
Highway A1A, just off the


Pineda Causeway in
Satellite Beach. Call (321)
773-8460.

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FRIDAY, MAY 27

* Commemorate and cel-
ebrate Maritime Day 2011:
6:30 p.m. Friday, May 27.
Sunset cruise, Indian River
Queen, CocoaVillage.
Board at 6:30 p.m. for the
sunset cruise. There will be
free parking.
Featured will be a com-
memorative maritime
wreath ceremony in recog-
nition of Bob Bieske,
memorial scholarship win-
ner, live music with Patty
and Frank Sanzone and a
dinner buffet with a cash
bar.
The event is sponsored by
the Propeller Club of Port
Canaveral.
Cost is $45 per person.
For reservations, visit
www.indianriverqueen.com

* Opportunity to become
a 'Presidency 5' delegate:
The Brevard Republican
Executive Committee


invites all Brevard County
Republicans to register to
become a delegate for the
upcoming "Presidency 5"
debate and straw poll.
Presidency 5 will be the
biggest political event in
Florida this year, kicking off
the 2012 election cycle.
Those interested in
becoming a delegate can
visit www.presidency5.com
and click on the "apply" tab
at the top.
They can also get infor-
mation about the event,
learn how the delegates are
selected by reading the fre-
quently asked questions,
and keep up with the latest
news and developments.
You can access the web-
site now by visiting
www.presidency5.com.
Registration ends June 10.
For more information, call
(321) 254-0073.

SATURDAY, MAY 28


* Space Coast Inventors
Guild meeting: 2-4:45 p.m.
Saturday, May 28. Eau Gallie
Library, 1521 Pineapple
Ave., Melbourne.
The guild meets every
fourth Saturday of the
month.
Membership is not
required, and everyone is
welcome to attend and par-
ticipate.
There is no charge for the
free service.
For more information, call
(321) 768-1234.

MONDAY, MAY 30

* Honor America and Vet-
erans of Foreign Wars Post
4206 to host Memorial Day
ceremony: 11 a.m. Monday,
May 30. Liberty Bell Memo-
rial Museum, 1601 Hickory
St., Melbourne.
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The Melbourne Munici-
pal Band will provide music.
VFW Post 4206, the Sons
of the American Revolution,
the Sea Cadets and the
Transportation Security
Administration from Mel-
bourne International Air-
port will participate in the
massing of the colors.
The ceremony will be
directed by Battle of the
Bulge veteran, William
Ryan, U.S. Army.
The Liberty Bell Memorial
Museum will be open after
the ceremony from noon to
4 p.m.
The ceremony and muse-
um are free and open to the
public.
VFW Post 4206 will serve
lunch at the Post, located at
3201 S. Dairy Road (south of
S.R. 192), after the ceremo-
ny.
For more information or
questions, call (321) 727-
1776 or e-mail info@Hono-
rAmerica.org.

TUESDAY, MAY 31

* Eau Gallie Civic Center
Teen Extreme Summer
Camp: 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday,
May 31 through July 29.
Camp includes ages 12-15
years old (must be 12 by


Dec. 31, 2011).
The camp will be nine
weeks of non-stop activi-
ties.
Daily field trips include
ice skating, bowling, theme
and water parks, swimming
and more.
Cost is $133 per week for
city of Melbourne residents
and $160 per week for non-
residents with discounts for
additional family members.
The Eau Gallie Civic Cen-
ter is at 1551 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne.
For information, call (321)
255-4608.
* Events sponsored by
Satellite Beach Recreation
Department:
* Volleyball camp: 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Tuesday through
Friday, May 31 through June
3.
This camp, designed to
instruct volleyball skills and
techniques and provide ses-
sions on the mental game of
volleyball, is for ages 7-15.
Cost is $125 per session.
Participants will receive a
camp T-shirt.
Camp location is the DRS
Community Center Gym,
1089 S. Patrick Drive, Satel-
lite Beach.
Call (321) 773-6458 for
more information.
* Junior Safe Boating
Course: 9-11:30 a.m. Mon-
day through Wednesday,
June 6-8 or July 25-27.


The course is for ages 11-
17 years.
Cost is $10 per person.
Attendance at the 3-day
course is required to obtain
a Boating Safety Education
ID card, as required by
Florida state law to operate
a boat.
Students must attend all
three days to qualify.
The location for the
course is the DRS Commu-
nity Center Meeting Room,
1089 S. Patrick Drive, Satel-
lite Beach.
For information, call (321)
773-6458 or visit www.satel-
litebeachrecreation.org.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1

* Tales for Tots Storytime:
11 a.m. Wednesday, June 1.
Barnes & Noble, 1955 W.
New Haven Ave., West Mel-
bourne.
Join in every Wednesday
morning for Storytime with
Ms. Sarah in the children's
department.
Each week, a new and
unique children's book and
fun activities are highlight-
ed.
This week's selection is
"Calvin Can't Fly" by Jen-
nifer Berne. (Infant -
Preschool)
For more information, call

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'Feel' your way to delicious


salads and cheddar biscuits


Hello, smart shop-
pers. This week's
column will give
you delicious, famous
biscuits to add to your
meal and my Italian salad
dressing for your salad.
Computers add an
amazing dimension to our
recipe needs. When a
reader can't find a recipe
for something she's had in
a restaurant, she can just
check her computer or
write to me with a request.
When I don't have the
recipe, I turn to my com-
puter and do some
research. There are several
sites that offer copy-cat
recipes, usually for free.
When Elsie Gordon asked if
I had a recipe for Red
Lobster's delicious cheese
biscuits I was able to find
many to pass on to you.
This one sounds like the
best choice. Enjoy, see you
next week.

RED LOBSTER'S
CHEESE BISCUITS
makes 12 (NIB)

You can make them
lower fat by using low-fat
ingredients but for a
special occasion I would
choose the original way. I
haven't made them yet but
will this week. Let me know
what you think.
Preheat oven to 400
degrees (be sure to use an
oven thermometer as most
ovens are not very accu-
rate. Preheat for 20 min-
utes.
Biscuits:

2-1/2 cups Bisquick
baking mix
pinch salt
1/2-teaspoon garlic
powder
4 tablespoons cold butter
(1/2 stick)
3/4-cup whole milk
1 heaping cup grated
Cheddar cheese

Topping:
2 tablespoons butter
1/4-teaspoon parsley
flakes, dried
1/4-teaspoon garlic
powder

The original recipe has
you cutting the cold butter
into the Bisquick using a
pastry cutter or large fork.
Not only is this difficult to
do, it is time consuming;
try it my way.
Using a food processor
place in the bowl the
Bisquick, salt, the 1/2
teaspoon garlic powder
and cold butter cut up into


chunks; pulse until butter
is the size of small peas.
Dump into medium-size
bowl, add cheese, mix with
hands until combined. Add
milk and mix gently.
Drop about 1/4-cup
portions of dough onto
ungreased cookie sheet
using a 1/4-cup measuring
cup or an ice cream scoop.
Bake 10 to 15 minutes or
until the tops have turned a
light brown.
While biscuits are baking
melt topping butter in a
small microwave bowl,
then mix in remaining
ingredients. As soon as
biscuits are done, use a
pastry brush to top bis-
cuits, being sure to use up
all of the butter. Serve
warm.

ITALIAN DRESSING
This dressing will keep in
the refrigerator forever. It
costs so much less to make
a homemade dressing, not
to mention the fact it is
preservative-free and good
for you. If you find extra
virgin olive oil is too heavy
for your taste buds, use half
olive and half canola oil.
When it comes to red
wine vinegar, be sure to
read the labels. Beware of
red wine flavored vinegar,
it may cost a bit less than
real red wine vinegar, but
the flavor is not there.
Check your local super-
markets.
Balsamic vinegar is
excellent. Using half red
wine and half balsamic
vinegar creates a delicious
dressing.
You are the chef, you've
got the basic measure-
ments and ingredients,
now take it from there and
change it at will.

2 cups extra virgin olive
oil or 1/2 olive and 1/2
canola oils
1/2-cup red wine vinegar
or half red wine and half
balsamic vinegar
1 teaspoon dried
oregano
1 teaspoon dried basil
(optional)
1 tablespoon dried
parsley (optional)
2 large cloves garlic,
pressed
1 teaspoon dry mustard
(optional)
1 teaspoon salt
1/2-teaspoon black
pepper

Shake all in a jar and
refrigerate.
Now I'd like to make a
chef out of you; let's learn
how to dress a salad as you


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go, instead of using a pre-
made dressing.
You have to feel when it's
right. When I "dress" a
salad with feel, I omit the
optional ingredients above
and use garlic powder.
Nothing is measured. You
have to feel how much.
Use salad greens and
fixings of all descriptions,
whatever you choose. Place
in a bowl with cold water;
add ice cubes. Let sit for
about 10 minutes or until
greens are crisp. Drain, blot
excess moisture with paper
towels.
Now get ready to "feel."
Sprinkle salad with salt,
pepper, oregano and garlic
powder until you "feel" it's
seasoned enough. Now
lightly drizzle on the oils
and very lightly drizzle on
the vinegars. Remember, I
said lightly; you can always
add but you can't take
away. Thoroughly mix the
salad with the greatest
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When a recipe is not in
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Calendar
From page B4
(321) 726-8817 or e-mail
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* 'Is Pain Keeping You
from Doing the Things You
Love?': 2 p.m., Wednesday,
June 1. Jane von Thon
Room, Cocoa Beach Public
Library, 550 N. Brevard Ave.,
Cocoa Beach.
Robin Brandimore, a cer-
tified postural alignment
specialist, will be featured.
The body has the ability
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Even those who stay
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that keeps their bodies
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This therapy uses
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For more information, call
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THURSDAY, JUNE 2

* Film: 'Declassified Vol.
4, Secret Air Operations': 2-
3 p.m. Thursday, June 2.
Cape Canaveral Public
Library, 201 Polk Ave., Cape
Canaveral.
This film looks at the his-
tory of the office of strategic
services and its exploits
during WWII.
For more information, call
(321) 868-1101 or (321) 868-
1102.

UPCOMING EVENTS

* Big Red Bus blood drive:
8 a.m. to Noon. Saturday,
June 4. Unity of Merritt
Island, 4725 N. Courtenay
Parkway, Merritt Island.


For information, call (321)
452-2625, e-mail ucsl@bell-
south.net or visit www.uni-
tymerrittisland.org.
C Champagne and
Chocolate Social and Blue
Donkey Sale: 2 p.m. Satur-
day, June 4. South Brevard
Democratic Women's Club's
home of club president
Madeline Farley, 173 Coral
Way East, Indialantic.
For information, tickets or
to make reservations, call
(321) 773-2949.
* Central Brevard Free-
dom Fund banquet: 6:30
p.m. Saturday, June 4. Holi-
day Inn, 8298 N. Wickham
Road, Viera.
Purchase tickets for the
Central Brevard NAACP B.
A. Morse Freedom Fund
banquet.
Cost for adults is $40 with
children 12 years and
younger $25.
The main speaker will be
Dr. Rufus Woods, Bay Coun-
ty NAACP president and
pastor at the Love Center
Missionary Baptist Church
in Panama City.
Call (321) 632-5547 for
banquet tickets or for an ad
purchase or e-mail vcjenk-
ins@yahoo.com.
* Lady Scorpion basket-
ball camp: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Monday through Thursday,
June 6-9. Satellite High
School Gymnasium, 300
Scorpion Court, Satellite
Beach.
The camp is for girls, ages
8-14, and the cost is $85.
The Lady Scorpion bas-
ketball camp is designed to
be instructional with a
strong emphasis on overall
game knowledge and prop-
er development of individ-
ual fundamental skills, such
as dribbling, shooting and
team work.


Please register at the DRS
Community Center, 1089 S.
Patrick Drive, Satellite
Beach.
For information, call (321)
773-6458.
* Club Science Summer
Camp:
Roosevelt Elementary
School in Cocoa Beach is
offering Club Science Sum-
mer Camp, four different
weeks of hands-on science
experiences.
Camp hours are Monday
through Thursday from 9
a.m. through 3 p.m.
Camp is open to incom-
ing third- through sixth-
graders for the school year
2011-12.
Each $75 session fee
includes all materials, lab
fees and take-home experi-
ments.
Call (321) 868-6660 for
registration information.
Space is limited.
* Session 1: June 6-9 -
Mad Science Skills
*Session 2: June 13-16-
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* Session 3: June 20-23 -
Yes, it is Rocket Science
* Session 4: June 27-30 -
The Slime of Your Life
The Roosevelt Elemen-
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utemen Causeway in Cocoa
Beach.
For more information, call
(321) 633-1000, Ext. 796 or
e-mail davis.christine@bre-
vardschools.org.
* Sea turtle volunteer
training: 6 p.m. Monday,
June 6. Satellite Beach Pub-
lic Library, 751 Jamaica
Blvd., Satellite Beach.
Volunteer training is pre-
sented by the Sea Turtle
Preservation Society.
For more information, call
(321) 676-1701 or e-mail
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heading off to a
resort for a
weekend, the first things
on my list of must-haves
do not include a tiki bar, a
recliner or a diving board.
Being a golf and sports
nut, I want things to keep
me active and going.
When I heard I was
heading across the state to
Saddlebrook Resort, just
north of Tampa, I was
quite excited. I'd been to
this resort about 13 years
ago. One thing I remember
quite fondly about Saddle-
brook is that it's a sports
resort.


Two fantastic golf
courses, more tennis
courts than you can hope
to play on, volleyball and
basketball courts, a sports
field, a refreshing half-
million gallon swimming
pool and a European-style
spa to sooth those aches
from over-doing the sports
thing.
This is not to say that
one cannot relax and
spend some quiet time at
Saddlebrook. But for the
sports nut, this resort is
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the center. This allows
guests to stroll right from
their accommodations to
meeting rooms, restau-
rants, shops and recre-
ation. There are even
bicycles for rent should
you wish to explore the
grounds at a more brisk
pace.
My wife and daughter
are not the biggest sports
nuts around. Because of
that, I was a little unsure if
they would enjoy the
weekend as much as my
son and I. Between the
spa, pool, boutiques,
restaurants and biking
around the resort, the two
of them were on a more
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For those in need of help
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game, there is one of
America's premier golf
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as a full-time tennis
academy. Some of tennis'
best players train here.
Although neither golf
course will humble you
with length, you should
bring your accuracy with
you. The finishing holes at
the Saddlebrook Course
are as good as any you will
find. There are four sets of
tees, and play is at a nice
brisk pace.
During the past couple
of years, I have gotten
back into tennis. My
teenage son plays, and I've
found the exercise I get
from taking him on to be
something I truly need.
At Saddlebrook, one can
play tennis on any of the
four Grand Slam surfaces.
Whatever your favorite
tennis major is, you can
test your game on the
same surface the pros use.
My son and I chose the
red clay of the French
Open. Neither of us had
ever played on red clay,
and we found it to be


challenging and fun.
After a long day of golf
and tennis, one needs to
unwind and relax. This is
where the spa comes in
handy with its private
treatment rooms, couples
rooms, soaking tubs,
hydro-massage tubs and
saunas.
If you'd prefer some-
thing else, just grab a cold
drink from the pool-side
bar, slide into one of the
hot tubs and let the world
just drift away.
To learn more about
Saddlebrook Resort Tampa
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Bridges Annual
Classic Golf
Tournament

If you've ever thought
about giving thanks to and
helping out a wounded or
homeless veteran, then
your chance is here. And
you get to enjoy an
evening of entertainment
and a day of golf in the
process.
On June 11, Bridges will


host its Annual Classic
Golf Tournament at
Manatee Cove Golf Course
at Patrick Air Force Base.
In addition to the four-
person scramble tourna-
ment, there will be a meet-
and-greet reception and
silent auction on June 10.
This year, NASCAR
legend Geoff Bodine will
be the guest of honor.
Cost for the tournament
is $65 per player and
includes barbecue dinner,
gift bag and golf. The
reception and auction is
$15 for registered players,
$20 advance or $30 at the
door for those not playing
golf.
Registration is available
online at
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Manatee Cove Golf
Course. For additional
information, contact
Dorothy Couch at (321)
223-7306.

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Arts notes

Ruth Funk Center competition winners


presents 'British
Bolts: Artists'
Fabrics of the
Mid-Century'
The Ruth Funk Center
for Textile Arts at Florida
Institute of Technology has
announced the showing of
"British Bolts: Artists' Fab-
rics of the Mid-Century."
This exhibition, curated
from the extensive private
collection of H. Kirk Brown
III and Jill A Wiltse, has
caught the attention of the
New York Times for its
focus on modernism in
design.
British Bolts displays
how the textile industry in
post-World War II Britain
changed dramatically.
Postwar efforts to give
Britons a feeling of recov-
ery and progress and the
promotion of better-quali-
ty "national" design led to
the commissioning of
artist-designed textiles.
British Bolts examines
the variety of aesthetic
influences and approach-
es of the period's design-
ers. Mid-20th-Century
artists featured in this
exhibition include male
designers Terence Conran,
Henry Moore, John Piper,
and William Scott and
female designers such as
Lucienne Day, Jacqueline
Groag, Marian Mahler and
Paule VWzelay.
British Bolts will be on
view through Aug. 27.
The Ruth Funk Center
for Textile Arts is open
Tuesday through Friday, 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. and Satur-
day, noon to 4 p.m. Admis-
sion is free.
For more information,
directions or to arrange a
group tour, contact the
Ruth Funk Center at (321)
674-8313, email
textiles@fit.edu, or visit:
http://textiles.fit.edu.


Card-making
workshops offered
at Art Gallery of
Viera
The Art Gallery at the
Avenue in Viera presents a
card-making and gift-
making workshop.
Learn quick, fun and
easy techniques in a
relaxed setting to create up
to three keepsake quality
cards and gifts at each
class.
Instructor Ree Nathan
has artistic experience in
fiber arts, stained glass,
and is recently retired after
teaching choral music in
the Brevard Schools for 34
years.
The creative card-mak-
ing workshops will be held
10 a.m. to noon Mondays
and 6-8 p.m. on the sec-
ond and fourth Mondays
of the month.
Cost is $12, which
includes all tools and
materials.
The Art Gallery of Viera
is at 2271 Town Center
Ave., Space 400, Viera.
For information, call
(321) 773-0095, (321) 961-
2340, (321) 504-4343 or e-
mail reenathan@bell-
south.ne.

Mosaic arts classes
forming now
Learn how to create
mosaic art Tuesday after-
noons 1-4 p.m. through
June 28 at The Courtyard
Studios in the Eau Gallie
Arts District at 1425 High-
land Ave., Melbourne.
Classes are $25 per class
plus small supply fee.
Discounts are available
for multi-class registra-
tion.
Students must furnish
their own form to be tiled.
Please contact Betsy
Heath, artist/instructor,
for more information at
(321) 266-9521 or e-mail
bheathl@cfl.rr.com.


Congressman
announces 2011 art


The Osceola Center for
the Arts recently hosted
Congressman Bill Posey's
second Congressional Art
Competition, titled An
Artistic Discovery,' for high
school students.
The competition drew
approximately 40 entries
from students across the
15th Congressional Dis-
trict, which encompasses
Osceola, Brevard, Indian
River and Polk counties.
The winning artist will
have their work displayed
in the U.S. Capitol build-
ing in Washington, D.C.,
receive an all-expenses
paid trip to Washington,
D.C. with a parent or
guardian, as well as a
scholarship to the Savan-
nah College of Art and
Design.
The two second place
winners will have their art
displayed in Congressman
Posey's Washington D.C.
and Florida offices respec-
tively.
All students who entered
the competition received
free admission passes to
the Brevard Art Museum,
and the top winners were
provided two complimen-
tary admissions to the
Orlando Museum of Art.
The winners are:
* First Place - Eduardo
Correa, Americana'
(painting), Osceola
County School for the
Arts. Teacher: Patricia
Calderon
* Second Place - Tyeisha
McLendon, 'President
Lincoln and the
Gettysburg Address'
(charcoal), St. Edward's
School. Teacher: Anne
Whitney
* Second Place - Carl
Max
Morival, 'Home of the
Brave' (etching), Osceola
High School. Teacher:
Sally Alexandres
Honorable Mention
winners were:
* Christina Lynne Bantz,
'A Navy Hero', Master's
Academy (Indian River
County),.Teacher: Gerry
Geary
* Lizzy Hutchins, 'Lonely
Home', Rockledge High
School (Brevard Coun-
ty).
Teacher: Marlyn Foell
*JesseWoodall,
'Liberation', Osceola
County School for the
Arts (Osceola County).
Teacher: Patricia
Calderon
A special mention goes
to the creative students of
Cypress Elementary
School, Amaya Collado
and Amberliz Fermin, for
their "Living Statues" dis-
play, and Osceola County
students Jasmin Calderon
and Musa Jundi for their
wonderful musical per-
formance.
For more information,
call (202) 225-3671 or visit
www.posey.house.gov.

'Leaving the Screen
Door Open'
exhibition
The Fifth Avenue Art
will hold the opening of
the exhibit, "Leaving the
Screen Door Open" in
June.
Sara Pedigo was award-
ed her own show after win-
ning of the 100 Percent
Pure Florida show last
year.
Ms. Pedigo's work
explores the notion that
the very nature of painting
is based, to some extent, in
the creation of fictional
realties.
With this statement as a
starting point, she uses
photographic references
to create representational
paintings that edit, embel-
lish and alter existing
information to create new
images.
The exhibit runs from
June 1 through June 30.
Visit with the artist as
perusing the artwork and
enjoying light refresh-
ments with wine at the


First Friday Art Walk, 5:30-
8 p.m. Friday, June 3.
The Fifth Avenue Art
See ART, B9


Support groups


(Editor's note: If the infor-
mation below is incorrect or
no longer valid, please con-
tact Hometown News at
(321)242-1013.)
* Adult Children Caring
for Parents: 5:30-6:30 p.m.
first Thursdays. 4676 N.
Wickham Road, Melbourne.
Call (321) 253-4430.
* All Caregivers support
group: 1-2:30 p.m. Thurs-
days. Brevard Alzheimer's
Foundation, 4676 N. Wick-
ham Road, Melbourne. Call
(321) 253-4430.
* Alzheimer's support
group: 1 p.m. Wednesday.
Joe's Club, 7951 Ron Beatty
Blvd., Micco. Call (321) 253-
4430.
* A.W.A.K.E. sleep apnea
support group: 6-8 p.m. first
Monday. Parrish Health-
care Center, 5005 Port St.
John Parkway, Port St. John.
Call (321) 268-6408.
* Cape Friends support
group: 6-7:30 p.m. first
Thursday. Cape Canaveral
Hospital Medical Plaza,
Conference Room B, 701 W,
Cocoa Beach Causeway,
Cocoa Beach. Call (321) 799-
7102.
* Care for the Caregiver: 2-
3:30 p.m. Tuesday. One
Senior Place, 8085 Spyglass
Hill Road, Viera. Call (321)
752-2534, or visit www.one-
seniorplace.com.
* Caregiver support
groups: 10:30-11:30 Tues-
days and 11:00 a.m. to noon
Thursday. Leeza's Place,
3661 S. Babcock St., Mel-
bourne. Call (321) 951-7118.
* Celebrate Recovery: 6:30
p.m. Thursday. House of
Ashkelon, 1651 S. Park Ave.,
Titusville. Call (321) 269-
6702.
* Central Brevard Multiple
Sclerosis self help group: 2
p.m. second Sundays. Cen-


tral Brevard Library, 308 For-
rest Ave., Cocoa. Call (321)
636-0235.
* Circles of Care support
group: 7:30 p.m. Sunday.
Circles of Care, 1770 Cedar
Circle, Rockledge. Call (321)
784-5370.
* Compassionate Friends:
7 p.m. third Tuesdays.
Courtyard by Marriott, 2101
W. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. Call (321) 610-7875.
* Compassionate Friends:
6 p.m. first Tuesdays. Luther-
an Church, 525 Minuteman
Causeway, Cocoa Beach.
Call (321) 610-7875.
* Dementia care tutorials:
3-5 p.m. third Thursdays.
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dation, 4676 N. Wickham


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253-4430.
* Epilepsy support group:
6 p.m. second Fridays.
Cocoa Public Library, 308
Forrest Ave., Cocoa. Call
(321) 253-4112.
* Family Memories: 1:30-
3:30 Thursdays. Leeza's
Place, 3661 S. Babcock St.,
Melbourne. Call (321) 951-
7118.
* Fibromyalgia support
group: 11:30 a.m. third Tues-
days. Meets for lunch at vari-
ous restaurants in the Mel-
bourne area. Call (321)
729-9563.
* Friend of Friends sup-
port group: 7 p.m. first Tues-
days. Holmes Regional Med-
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Melbourne. Call (321) 434-
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* Good Grief Breakfast
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third Thursdays. Bob Evans
Restaurant, 895 Palm Bay
Road, West Melbourne. Call
(321) 751-6671.
* Live Life Now: 11:30 a.m.
to 1 p.m. fourth Tuesdays.
Holmes Regional Medical
Center Cancer Program
Office, 1350 S. Hickory St.,
Melbourne. Call (321) 434-
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5 Hartman or Lesh
9 MacDonald's
spread
13 Necklace
fastening
17 Great review
18 Quench
19 Gather
21 This: Sp.
22 Married to a
Pilsener?
24 Negative horse?
26 Along the way
27 Pituitary_
29 Poe's bird
30 Word in a
syllogism
31 Irish poet
32 Manicurist's
implement
33 Ethiopia neighbor
36 Thanks, to Pierre
37 Sponsors
41 Historical periods
42 Arrangements
44 beef
46 Gotcha!
47 Hoarder's pronoun
48 Evict
49 Have on
50 " Fan Tutti"
51 Actor McKellen
52 Designer of
chocolates?
56 Cringe
57 Diffident
58 Actor Rickman
59 Swiss cheese
features
60 Idle chatter
61 Queen's honorees
63 Storybook
elephant
64 Tex-Mex
condiment
65 Bent
67 Ricochet
68 Stamp unit
69 Mil. cops
72 Carouse
73 Good-looking taxi?
75 Took the bait
76 Singer/actor
Burl
77 Famous Orkan
78 Work for money
79 Fibber
80 " It Be"
81 Least important
83 bow
84 Paquin
85 Spotted cats
87 Blemishes
89 Search for "dirt"
90 Huron's sister
91 Hayworth and
Moreno


92 Samoa-oriented
anthropologist
94 Book review?
96 buddies
97 "Watership Down"
characters
100 The whipped
cream and the
cherry?
102 Legendary
podiatric problem?
105 Spoken
106 Copperfield, to
friends?
107 Borders
108 Adhesive
109 Diminish
110 in the wool
111 Dent. degrees
112 Yugoslav native
DOWN
1 Circle part
2 Stare
3 "_ as we speak"
4 Lessen
5 Student of
Socrates


6 Despise
7 Adlai's opponent
8 CPA's reading
matter
9 Zealot
10 Prayer
endorsements
11 Sortie
12 NYC sports arena
13 Angelic homeland
14" sow..."
15 9 mm. submachine
gun, in Liverpool
16 Golfer's goal
18 Self-satisfied
20 Comic Wil
23 _ of plenty
25 Restaurant bar
28 Fond du
Wisconsin
31 Busybody
32 Term-end test
33 Penultimate rounds
34 _ Heep
35 Hollywood
negator?
36 Bricklayer
37 Disentangles


Support
From page B7

* Man to Man support
group I: 7-9 p.m. first
Wednesday, except July and
January. Parrish Medical
Center, 951 N. Washington
Ave, Conference Room 1,
Titusville. Call (321)433-
3109.
* Man to Man support
group II: 7 p.m. last Mon-
days, except for May and
December. Parrish Medical
Center, 951 N. Washington
Ave., Conference Room 1,
Titusville. Call (321) 433-
3109.
* Mended Hearts Chapter
264: 12:30 p.m. second Sat-
urdays. Auditorium at
Holmes Regional Medical
Center, Melbourne. Call
(321)254-7218.
* Men Only support group:
9:30-11 a.m. Monday. Bre-
vard Alzheimer's Founda-
tion, 4676 N. Wickham Road,
Melbourne. Call (321) 253-
4430.
* Multiple Myeloma sup-
port group: 5:30 p.m. second
Thursday. Space Coast Can-
cer Center, 490 N. Washing-
ton Ave., Titusville. Call (321)
271-4906.
* New Beginnings I: 1-2
p.m. second and fourth
Tuesday and second and
fourth Thursdays. Hospice of
St. Francis, 1250-B Grund-
man Place, Titusville. Call
(321) 269-4240.
* North Harbor support
group: 9:30-10:45 a.m. sec-


Classified Section
38 Time to eat, Mr.
Ruth!
39 Art rack
40 Hobbit home
42 Combined
43 "Star Wars"
producer
45 Deed-holder
50 Corn cores
52 Sahara steed
53 Kale's relative
54 Kings of the road
55 Bowie's last stand
56 Biblical warrior
60 _ split
62 Cuts off
63 Relies, with "on"
64 bleu!
65 Adornment
66 "...waitin' on
the ...
67 Problems
68 High points
70 Cliburn's
instrument
71 Bind
73 Throng
74 Nut delicacies
77 Deserved


79 Amphibious
attacks
81 "West Side Story"
heroine
82 Heavy metal's"
Sister"
83 Stomped
86 Hawk
88 From Z
89 "Thief of Baghdad"
star
91 "Sweet
O'Grady"
92 Stags and bucks
93 Recedes
94 Invisible emanation
95 Of one mind: abbr.
96 Group of quails
97 Pate covers
98 Scrabble piece
99 _ grapes
100 Piglet's mama
101 Naughty
103 Annex
104 S.D. neighbor


ond and fourth Tuesdays.
Titusville Towers Assisted
Living Facility, 405 Indian
River Ave., Titusville. Call
(321) 751-6671.
* Parkinson's Support
Group of Brevard: 1:30 p.m.
fourth Thursdays. Eau Gallie
Library, 1521 Pineapple Ave.,
Melbourne. Call (321) 751-
0444.
* Recovery, Inc: 10 a.m. to
noon Fridays. His Place Min-
istries, U.S. 1 at Strawbridge
Ave., and 7:30 p.m. Monday
at 268 Babcock Road, Mel-
bourne. Call (321) 722-2738.
* Safe Place support group:
10 a.m. first and third Thurs-
days. West Melbourne
Library 2755 Wingate Blvd.,
West Melbourne. Call (321)
253-2222.
* Safe Place: 10 a.m. sec-
ond and fourth Tuesday.
Martin Anderson Senior
Center, 1025 S. Florida Ave.,
Rockledge. Call (321) 253-
2222.
* Sit & Fit Exercise: 2-3 p.m.
Wednesday. Leeza's Place,
3661 S. Babcock St., Mel-
bourne. Call (321) 951-7118.
* Stroke Survivors: 1 p.m.
fourth Tuesdays, Sept.
through June. Alternates
between dinner out and
meetings at the Central Bre-
vard Public Library, 308 For-
rest Ave., Cocoa. Call (321)
777-1484.
* Taking off pounds sensi-
bly: 9:30-11 a.m. Tuesday,
One Senior Place, 8085 Spy-
glass Hill Road, Viera. Call
(321) 259-7557.
* United Order True Sisters
Cancer Service: 12:30 p.m.
second Wednesdays, Sept.
through May. Cocoa Beach
Library, 550 N. Brevard Ave.,
Cocoa Beach. Call (321) 773-
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Art
From page B7

Gallery, the premier mem-
ber gallery in Brevard Coun-
ty, was established in 1975.
It is artist owned and oper-
ated. The gallery is located
in EGAD, the Eau Gallie Arts
District of Melbourne,
across the street from the
Brevard Museum of Art.
Fifth Avenue Art Gallery is
at 1470 Highland Ave. in
Melbourne.
The gallery telephone
number is (321) 259-8261.

Attention artists -
'Call for Art'

Art Gallery of Viera,
located in The Avenue, is
hosting an art show titled,
"Elements - Earth, Air,
Fire, Water."
All forms of art will be
considered.
The show begins June 4
and runs through July 2
with the opening reception
6-9 p.m. June 11 at the Art
Gallery of Viera.
Don't miss out on this
opportunity to exhibit
your art in a great location.
Artists interested in par-
ticipating, please visit
www. artgalleryofviera. com
for more information on
how to apply.
The Art Gallery of Viera
is at 2271 Town Center
Ave., Suite 101, Unit 400,
Viera.
For information, call
(321) 504-4343.

Titusville Playhouse
announces auditions
for 'The Sound of


Music'

The final collaboration
between Rodgers and Ham-
merstein, "The Sound of
Music," was destined to
become the world's most
beloved musical. The Sug-
gested by the story of the
Trapp Family Singers, this
classic story offers romance,
drama, and provides one of
the most thrilling and inspi-
rational finales ever present-
ed in the theater.
Titusville Playhouse is
now casting for its produc-
tion.
Children ages 5-14 may
audition at 1 p.m. Sunday,
June 5 at the playhouse.
Adults ages 15-110 may
audition at 6:30 p.m. Sun-
day and Monday, June 6 and
7 at the playhouse.
Casting: will consist of all
ages, ethnicities, shapes and
sizes. This will be a large
ensemble production.
For additional audition
information and casting
breakdown, visit www.tpi-
som.homestead.com.
Performances will be July
29 to Aug. 14.
The Titusville Playhouse
at the Historic Emma Par-
rish Theatre is at 301 Julia
St., Titusville.
Office hours are Tuesday
through Friday from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m.
For information, call (321)
268-1125, (321) 268-3711 or
visit www.TitusvillePlay-
house.com.

Brevard Art Museum
School hosts Summer Art
Camp for Kids

The Brevard Art Museum
School is now taking regis-
trations for its annual Sum-


mer Art Camp, June 6 to July
29.
Campers will participate
in a variety of art activities
designed to strengthen cre-
ative abilities while develop-
ing social, intellectual, and
communication skills.
The Brevard Art Museum
is at 1520 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne.
Cost is $140 to $375.
Register online at
www.brevardartmuseum.or
g.


'The Importance of
Being Earnest' at
Melbourne Civic
Theatre

Melbourne Civic Theatre
presents the classic comedy
"The Importance of Being
Earnest" by Oscar Wilde.
This production ends the
59th season (2010-11).
The "Importance of Being
Earnest" is a glorious come-
dy of mistaken identity,
which ridicules codes of
propriety and etiquette.


Dashing men-about-town
John Worthing and Algernon
Moncrieff pursue fair ladies
Gwendolen Fairfax and
Cecily Cardew.
Matters are complicated
by the imaginary characters
invented by both men to
cover their on-the-sly activi-
ties - not to mention the
disapproval of Gwendolen's
mother, the formidable
Lady Bracknell.
Wilde's classic production
premiered in 1895 at the St.
James Theatre in London
offering a stinging critique
of love, sex and social
hypocrisy that remains rele-
vant today.
"The Importance of Being
Earnest" by Oscar Wild will
be 8 p.m. Friday and Satur-
days and 2 p.m. Sunday,
May 27 through June 26 at
the Melbourne civic The-
atre, LeGallerie Plaza, 817 E.
Strawbridge Ave., Mel-
bourne. there will be a spe-
cial performance high tea
fundraiser after the show on
Sunday, June 5.
For more information, call
(321) 723-6935.


Siri Lynn German
exhibit at Rockledge
City Hall

As part of Central Brevard
Art Association's "Art in Pub-
lic Spaces" program, Siri
Lynn German's work will be
on exhibit until June 30 at
Rockledge City Hall, 1600
Huntington Lane (off Barton
Road), Rockledge.
Hours are 8 a.m. to 4:45
p.m. Monday through Fri-
day.
For more info call Pat at
(321) 783-5122.

Razzle Dazzle in
historic downtown
Melbourne has
re-opened

The relocation is now
complete. Razzle Dazzle has
moved into a larger and
more updated space to bet-
ter serve its customers and
artists.
There are works from


artists such as: Amanda
Miller (Palm Bay artist,
paintings on clothing and
glass), Phyllis Weller
(Gainesville artist, painted
and fused glass), Tiffany
Aldridge (Palm Bay artist,
paint, jewelry, and other
mediums), Lisa Goddard
(Melbourne Beach artist,
photography) and many
others.
Razzle Dazzle is now fea-
turing Amanda Rose designs
and are the exclusive dealer
for the Melbourne area.
She is an exceptional artist
who creates fashion from
vintage and recycled materi-
al.
They might be new to Raz-
zle Dazzle, but they are not
new to the Melbourne area.
Razzle Dazzle is located in
the La Gallerie in historic
downtown Melbourne at
819 - 103 E. Strawbridge
Ave., Melbourne.
Hours will be 11 a.m. to 6
p.m. Monday through Satur-
day with Sunday seasonal
hours.
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727-9960.


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MERRITT ISLAND
(Diana Shores) Beautiful
turn key 4br/2ba/2cg. on
canal with dock, 2075
square feet, open floor
plan, remodeled $337/k
321-454-1085. Sale
pending. See photo
online ad# 69019. www.
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Bargain 4bd/3ba, Near
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8 miles to ocean. Realty
USA, 305-607-7886
INDIAN HARBOUR BCH
3br/2ba/1cg w/workshop
freshly painted int/ext, not
short sale or foreclosure.
Asking $145,000. Call
David, Host Realty - Lic.
Agent. 321-720-2926





TITUSVILLE- 2br/ 1.5ba
2 story townhome, pool,
prestigious location close
to country club. Must sell!
Only $40,000 make offer.
321-474-8252


OWNEI FINANCING
MELBOURNE- 55+
Lamplighter Village, Pets
ok. Newly renovated 2/2
carport, enclosed porch
workshop, all new apple's.
Pool, tennis, clubhouse.
$13,000. 321-255-0713
MELBOURNE-55+ Dou-
blewide Palm Harbour,
2br/2ba LR, DR, kitchen,
laundry rm, patio, shed,
1548sf living, asking
$6,000. 321-242-9329





TITUSVILLE- 55+ Missile
View MH Park. Compl.
re-done, storage shed,
$4,000. Low lot rent
$235/mo. 321-267-0017


ABSOLUTE AUCTION -
TENNESSEE 37 Acre
Farm w/nice 1.5 Story
Home, Barns, 10 ac lake,
Apt Bldg., Equipment,
Auction on Memorial Day
5/30/11. Van Massey
Auction Lic#1711
931-433-8686
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ABSOLUTE AUCTION -
TENNESSEE 37 Acre
Farm with Nice 1.5 Story
Home, Barns, 10 acre
lake, Apartment Bldg.,
Equipment, Auction on
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Van Massey Auction Lic #
1711. 931-433-8686
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town News is subject to
the Federal Fair Housing
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gal to advertise any pref-
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crimination based on
race, sex, handicap, fam-
ilial status or national ori-
gin or any intention to
make such preference,
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gender identity, or ex-
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knowingly accept any
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violation of the law. All
persons are herby in-
formed that all dwellings
are available on an equal
basis.


MELBOURNE - Respon-
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3br/2ba home, furnished
Prefer non smoker
$500/mo. Utilities incl.
321-626-6084
PALM BAY - Pool Home
female wishes to share,
newly remodeled 4BR
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$475/mo. 609-443-5433





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1br-2br, $495+ up.
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INDIALANTIC - Beach
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Water, sewer, cable incl.
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MELBOURNE 55+ 1/1.5
furnished condo w/screen
porch. Water, cable &
pool access incl. $600/
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MELBOURNE- Lrg, nice
apartments. 1BR $485.
2BR $595. Nice location,
close to hospital. 407-
929-0284; 321-704-7188
PALM BAY - 2/2 Condo,
915 Sonesta Ave NE,
new paint, new carpeting,
updated appls, use of
heated pool, 2nd fir. no
pets, $650mo. +security.
321-574-0575; 474-6063
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carport, Cen A/C & heat.
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Couples Welcome!

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appliances, fireplace,
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772-465-0145
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ROCKLEDGE Riverfront
New 2br/lba, W/D 1st +
security, $950 per month
321-631-9759




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plan, only 8mls to ocean,
near BCC & downtown.
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JAGUAR 1987 XJ6 Last
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Ford Mustang Cobra
1997, 62k miles, custom
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TOYOTA COROLLA CE
2008, 10,200 miles 60/40
split rear seat, power
windows & door locks,
recently serviced, original
window sticker available,
Priced to sell at $12,995
Call Steve 321-508-2824



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HARLEY DAVIDSON
1994 Soft Tail Custom
candy color red, 1340 cc
engine, tires excellent
28K miles, pristine
condition, clear title.
Book value $9,000
asking $8,500. obo
321-242-7194
HARLEY SPORTSTER
2009 custom, 1200 cc,
Low Miles, Over $1000 in
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$8500. 321-607-2999


MELBOURNE 2BR/1BA
remodeled kitchen,
porches, central AC, w/d
hookup, close to schools,
shopping, No pets,
$650/mo+ $300 security.
321-259-3359
MELBOURNE- Down-
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floors, walk to recreation
& pool area, $495/mo.
incl. water. 305-338-0746


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1/1 w/d, $475. 2/1 $650,
incls water & trash. Fresh
paint, new carpet, loc. on
quiet st., yard & deck. Pet
ok. Call 321-693-2784


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614-761-9257






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CHEVY BLAZER- 2000
157K miles, loaded, cold
a/c, runs great, good
condition, $4200. OBO
321-536-4528


GRAND CARAVAN SXT
2005, excellent condition,
light gray, low mileage,
many extras, asking
$10,000. 321-723-6661


18' WELLS CARGO
2006, Reduced to sell
tandem axle 10k pounds
electric brakes, ramp
door with side door
motivated seller $3600.
772-794-9883 or
828-773-5776


Live Waterfront
on Banana River!
55+ quiet park; Older but
nice, 2br/1lba rent or own.
Special, large 1BR, New
Central Air & floors dish-
washer, micro. $450/mo
Merritt Island Village
321-452-4684
See photos online www.
HometownNewsClassifie
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PALM BAY - Colony
Club, 2BR/2BA, Lrg Fla
room, w/d, fenced back
yard. $600/mo. Option to
purchase. 718-666-0792

GARAGE SALE?
Place your ad in
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PALM BAY - Holiday
Park 55+ bedrooms/
1.5baths. Unfurnished.
Pay utilities $600/mo.
Call Bob 321-720-2521
PALM BAY - Holiday
Park 55+. 2/2 Fully Fur-
nished Pool, Clubhouse
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month. Owner/Lic. RE
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321-591-9080
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