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SHOW WEIRD
S IS THAT?!
, SEAN MCCARTHY



pend any time surfing
the Web and you are
bound to find stories
that are just too bizarre to
be true. Here's a sampling,
edited for length. Remem-
ber, just because it's online
doesn't mean it's true!
From dispatch.com: Ohio
judge sees peeping peril in
court stairs
An Ohio judge who wears
dresses has rendered a
verdict on the airy staircase
with glass steps at the new
county courthouse: She
plans to take the elevators.
Franklin County Com-
mon Pleas Judge Julie
Lynch says the stairs at the
building in Columbus have
the potential to draw
peeping from below. She


Brevard Zoo to open

'Treetop Trek'

attraction next month


By Sue DeWerff
sdewerff@hometownnewsol.com
The notion of strapping
yourself to a harness and
zipping across a mountain
or through a canopy of
trees is becoming one of
the most popular outdoor
adventures for thrill seek-
ers.
The sport that has
evolved as a tourist attrac-
tion in many locations
throughout the world,
including the rainforest in
several Latin American
countries, as well as
throughout the United
States, will now be avail-


able beginning July 2 at the
Brevard County Zoo.
"'Treetop Trek Aerial
Adventures' will debut as
the newest attraction on
the 72-acre grounds of the
zoo in Viera and hopes to
offer guests a chance to
explore the world up in the
trees," said Andrea Hill,
Brevard Zoo marketing
director.
The new outdoor attrac-
tion, which cost a little
more than $500,000 and
took almost six months to
construct, will offer people
young and old wanting to

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Scouts prove

passion for pets

Community efforts earn
junior troop Bronze Award

By Tammy Roberts
troberts@hometownnewsol.com
Owning a pet can be one of the
most rewarding things in life, mem-
bers of Girl Scouts Troop No. 1969
say.
And following eight months of
hard work, the girls proved exactly
that to one another, as well as vari-
ous members of the community.
The Indialantic-based troop,
sponsored by Holy Name of Jesus
Catholic School, consists of 16
members, who will enter fifth and
sixth grades next year.
Thirteen of the girls earned the
Bronze Award this April, which is the
highest award in Junior Girl Scouts,
and is awarded based on leadership
and planning skills and the ability to
make a positive impact on the com-
munity.
In order to qualify for the award,
the girls first agreed on a topic of
interest - animals.
From there, they were required to
earn several leadership badges,
which in their case, was a veterinary
care badge and a wildlife badge.
The girls also earned several Girl
Scouts "signs," which each involved
various other community activities
and field trips, as well as a talent
show.
Their efforts culminated in an
extensive community service proj-
ect, which they called "Party for a
Good Paws." Its goal was to collect
materials to be donated to the South


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Kennedy Space Center workers and their families were invited to watch
Space Shuttle Atlantis while it moved from the VAB to the launch pad for
its final space flight.


Animal Care and Adoption Center in
Melbourne.
"I could not be more proud of
these girls for all the work they put
into this; I was truly blown away,"
said Victoria Curtin, troop co-leader.
"When I say they did every bit of this
project themselves, I mean, literally,
every single detail was created and
executed by them."
The party, which was attended by
more than 45 children in pre-
kindergarten through third grade,


was held at Holy Name April 13.
The girls spent months planning
the event and divided themselves
into various committees, ranging
from pet nutrition to pet care and
sheltering. Other girls designed
posters and hung fliers, advertising
the party.
During the event, the children
traveled to different stations, where
the troop members shared their pet
research
and pro- See SCOUTS, Al 1


'Operation

Civilians

Prepared'

teaches CPR

to thousands

Health First
conducts free
seminar at Space
Coast Stadium
By Dan Garcia
dgarcia@hometownnewsol.com
ROCKLEDGE - People
don't always experience a
medical emergency while
inside a hospital. And
during a weather crisis
such as a hurricane, an
ambulance can't always
get to an emergency
patient instantly.
So Health First has
decided to teach some
basic life-saving skills to
the public.
That's why about 2,100
people streamed into
Space Coast Stadium in
Viera on Saturday for a free
class on the life-saving
technique of CPR.
Families filled the
baseball field to learn the
resuscitation method that
can be used in an emer-
gency.
Elliot Cohen, a Health
First spokesman, said the
2,100 people trained in
CPR will enhance the
county's survival rate
See CPR, A10


Secretaries have evolved into administrative professionals

Celebrating 50 years, modern office aides don't make coffee, take dictation


By Dan Garcia
dgarcia@hometownnewsol.com
MELBOURNE - Sandy
Chandler remembers the
bygone days when she was
an office secretary and
typed business letters on a
manual typewriter.
Becky Inman, a Harris
employee, remembers the
days of carbon paper, when
her hands were smudged
with ink at the end of the
day.
Patty Harris didn't like to
be called "Girl Friday" back
in that era.
The former secretaries
can recall memories - good
and bad - of a long-ago
era. They aren't even called
secretaries anymore -
they're "administrative pro-


fessionals."
Members of the Interna-
tional Association of
Administrative Profession-
als reminisced about those
former days during a din-
ner celebrating the 50th
anniversary of the Mel-
bourne chapter of IAAP.
The members met at the
Hilton Melbourne Rialto
Place to celebrate 50 years
as an active organization.
As guest speaker, Ms.
Chandler, a past IAAP presi-
dent, marveled at the rapid
changes in the field of sec-
retarial work.
But mostly, the members
reminisced.
Computers, e-mail, cell
phones, voice mail and
other technological
advances have transformed


the roles of secretaries.
Known today as adminis-
trative assistants, they work
on computers, not taking
dictation. In the new-age
era of multi-tasking, they
create budgets, agendas
and travel plans on line.
A degree in office admin-
istration is a requirement
because the computer-
based workload requires a
professional's skill set.
That means the boss is
just as likely to make the
coffee nowadays.
Chapter President John B.
Munns said the role of sec-
retaries has diversified
because of technology.
"Secretaries have now
broadened into administra-
tive professionals," Mr.
Munns said. "They are tech-


Photo by Dan Garcia
Sally Cotto, John Munns and Becky Inman sit in front of
birthday cake celebrating the 50th year of the local chap-
ter of the International Association of Administrative Pro-
fessionals (IAAP).


nical people, computer
technicians.
"It requires a lot of educa-
tion because a secretary's
job has been re-designed,


re-engineered. It used to be
they were there to type let-
ters and take phone calls,


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tells The Columbus Dis-
patch people who wear
dresses, skirts and kilts
should know about the risk.
County Director of Public
Facilities Management Jim
Goodenow says there have
been discussions about
whether anything should be
done about the situation.
The newspaper reports that
officials don't to alter
the building's artistic
integrity. So, for now,
security guards have been
instructed to watch for
people craning their necks
up at the stairway.
From blog.seattlepi.com:
Boat named Titanic II sinks
on maiden voyage
If you name your boat
Titanic II, you're asking for
it. Nevertheless, when Mark
Wilkinson of Birmingham,
England, headed into a
Dorset harbor on his 16-
foot cabin cruiser, that was
the name plastered on its
side. The boat sank. Go
figure.
"It's all a bit embarrassing,
and I got pretty fed up with
people asking me if I had hit
an iceberg," Wilkinson said.
He was headed back from a
fishing trip when the newly
purchased boat went down,
according to a story on
Yahoo News. He clung to
nearby pilings until res-
cued.
The harbormaster who
rescuedWilkinson said the
breach in the Titanic II's
fiberglass hull might have
happened because a repair
job deteriorated, according
to the Christian Science
Monitor.
From sfgate.com: Face-
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up and around 100 police
officers, some on horses,
were needed to keep the
crowd under control.
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police officer was injured,
dozens of girls wearing flip-
flops cut their feet on
broken glass and firefighters
had to extinguish two small
fires at the 16th birthday
party in Hamburg, police
spokesman Mirko Streiber
said.
The birthday girl, identi-
fied only as Thessa, went
into hiding, Streiber said,
but "nonetheless the party
was a hit." Thessa had only
wanted to ask some friends
over to her home in Ham-
burg-Bramfeld when she
posted her invitation on
Facebook, but mistakenly
she published it so that
everyone on Facebook
could see it.
The invitation quickly
went viral, and some 15,000
people confirmed online
they would come to the
party without even knowing
the girl, weekly paper Bild
am Sonntag reported.
When Thessa's parents
found out, they made their
daughter cancel the party,
informed police and hired a
private security service to
protect their home on
Friday night. Despite public
announcements in Ham-
burg that the party had
been canceled, some 1,500
teenagers and young adults
showed up on the street in
front of Thessa's home,
Streiber told The Associated
Press.
From courant.com: Cops:
Man punched self to fake
assault
Connecticut police say a
man punched himself in the
face, tore his shirt and threw
his wallet and keys in a river
to convince police he had
been assaulted.
Farmington police said
DanielVagnini was arrested
after reporting he had been
assaulted, then admitting
he made up the story.
According to police, the 22-
year-old sped through a
stop sign and nearly
crashed into a car. Police
say they later found his car
and heardVagnini in the
woods. He told police he
had been drinking in
Hartford and was assaulted
and blacked out.
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Correction

The June 10 article titled
"Volunteer groups thrive by
cleaning up community"
contained an error.
Barb Venuto's title is
environmental programs
coordinator, not executive
director.
Hometown News regrets
the error.


Aerial
From page Al
experience a challenge with
thrilling elements such as
tightropes, crab walks, jun-
gle bridges, nets, as well as a
zip line courses.
"We are very excited to
bring this new attraction to
the county, and think that it
will appeal to all age groups.
It will be perfect for both
nature lovers and thrill seek-
ers and we are expecting a
busy summer season with
the new addition at the
zoo," said Ms.Hill.
The adventure will
encompass three courses,
featuring a variety of dif-
ferent skill levels for par-
ticipants as young as 4
years of age.
The 'Chutes and Lad-
ders' adventure is a course
designed for children 3 to 5
feet tall, and will allow par-
ticipants to explore 20
treetop games plus two zip
lines and a zip slide. Chil-
dren must be accompa-
nied by a parent or
guardian to experience
this adventure and the cost
is $15 per person.
The Canopy Walk, an
introductory course for any-
one more than 54 inches
tall, will offer five treetop
challenges and two zip
lines, allowing guests to
experience multiple facets


A2 * Melbourne


Friday, June 17, 2011


Hometown News


of the zoo and enjoy nature.
The cost for this attraction is
$25 per person.
The third and most
advanced course, "Treetop
Challenge," will include a
canopy walk plus multiple
high-stake challenges and a
large zip line rising 40 feet
above the ground. The cost
for this adventure is $40 per
person.
All courses will require
participants to complete a
brief training session, where
the safety features will be
explained and capabilities
of each individual will be
accessed.
All 'Treetop Trek Aerial
Adventures' will not require
general admission to the
zoo.
Sharon Connelly, director
of operations at the zoo,
said that she is very excited
about the new addition at
the park.
"We will provide a staff of
highly trained personnel
who will be knowledgeable
in CPR and first aid, so that
the adventures will be safe
for all," she said.
The Brevard Zoo is open
daily from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
and is located a half a mile
east of Interstate 95 on
Wickham Road.
For more information
about the zoo or the "Tree-
top Trek Aerial Adventure,"
visit www.brevardzoo.org.










Facts about fathers ,


Local kids tell it like it is


By Tammy Roberts
troberts@hometownnewsol.com
In honor of Father's Day,
we wanted to provide our
readers with an article that
helped showcase the true
significance of a father's
love.
So we scoured the Space
Coast in search of the area's
savviest youth and asked
some essential questions
about none other than dear
old dad.
Here's what they had to
say:

Bree Ehmer, age 6
City: Melbourne
*What is your daddy's job?
Mows yards.
* What does your daddy
do when he's at his job? He
mows yards.
* What do you love most
about your dad? He gives us
toys, helps us with soccer
and he feeds us!
* What is your favorite
thing to do with your dad?
Play video games.
* Where did your daddy
meet your mommy?
'Plublix.'
* How do you know that
your daddy loves your
mommy? Because he
smiles.
* Where was your daddy
born? In a hospital!

Sean Briggs, age 3
City: Rockledge
*What is your daddy's job?
To go out of town and sleep
in the woods. Editor's Note:
Sean's dad is a Staff Sergeant
in the U.S. Army.
* What does your daddy


do when he's at his job?
Sleeps in the woods with all
the monkeys.
* What do you love most
about your dad? He plays
video games with me and
plays football and soccer
with me.
* What is your favorite
thing to do with your dad?
Go to the beach and drink
Juicy Juice.
* Where did your daddy
meet your mommy? In a
hotel, and I lived in
Mommy's belly. Editor's
note: Sean's mom said he's
referring to a time she took
her sons to a hotel in South
Carolina to visit their dad
when he was out of town.
* How do you know that
your daddy loves your
mommy? Because Mommy
cooks for Daddy.
* Where was your daddy
born? In Nanny's belly
because Nanny makes me
Vietnamese food because
I'm your Asian man.

Juul Wilkinson, age 6
City: Cocoa
*What is your daddy's job?
I have no idea. Editor's note:
Juul's dad is self-employed.
* What does your daddy
do when he's at his job?
Reads and looks at the pic-
tures I draw him.
* What do you love most
about your dad? He always
tells the truth.
* What is your favorite
thing to do with your dad?
Making and following treas-
ure maps.
* Where did your daddy
meet your mommy? At a
party. He said, "She's beauti-
ful!"


* Where
was your
daddy born?
In a hospital.

M a e v e
Chamberlin,
age 5
City: Satel-
lite Beach
* What is
your daddy's



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job? He is a fireman.
* What does your daddy
do when he's at his job? He
works helping people,
drives and ambulance and
puts out fires.
* What do you love most
about your dad? Because he
works and makes money,
and he gets me stuff. I also
love when Daddy picks me
up from school and gives
me a kiss.
* Where did your daddy
meet your mommy? This
one's hard. I think, Boston.
* How do you know your
daddy loves your mommy?
Because we get her flowers.
* Where was your daddy
born? Florida... I already
knew that one!

Ryan Imbs, age 4
City: West Melbourne
*What is your daddy's job?


Juul


Isabel


He works for
the president. Editor's note:
Ryan's dad is an officer in the
U.S. Army Acquisition Corps.
* What does your daddy
do when he's at his job? He
staples papers and writes
down things for the presi-
dent. And jumps out of a
helicopter.
* What do you love most
about your dad? He plays
with me and lays down with
me when I go to sleep.
* Where did your daddy
meet your mommy? Texas.
Editor's note: Ryan's mom
said this is completely
untrue, but the family did
live there.
* Where was your daddy
born? Daddy was born in
Nini's tummy. Not Mommy's
tummy.

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From page A2

Vagnini was charged with
reckless driving, evading
responsibility and driving
under the influence.
From msnbc.msn.com:
Box labeled 'grandma's urn'


left at Goodwill store
State police in Michigan
are trying to find who left
what appear to be a grand-
mother's cremated remains
in an urn at a Goodwill store
near Flint.
Fenton Goodwill Store
Manager Allen Ryckman
says, "it's got to be the No. 1
or No. 2 weirdest item" the


store has ever received. He
says it appears to have come
from a house that was
cleaned out.
The Flint Journal says
store workers found the box
just before Easter. The box
has the label "grandma's
urn." The cream-colored
urn is about 10 inches tall
and weighs about 10


pounds. It doesn't have any
identifying marks or label.
Anyone with information
may contact the Flint post
at 810-732-1111.

Sean McCarthy fixes
computers. He can be
reached at (772) 408-0680 or
help@ComputeThisOn-
line.com (no hyphens).


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Women of Excellence Nominees


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Fourth annual
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By Sue DeWerff
sdewerff@hometownnewsol.com

Women-owned, operated
and managed businesses
throughout Brevard County
have become more preva-
lent in the past few years. As
a result, the Melbourne
Chamber of Commerce,
along with the chamber's
advisory board will again
honor five nominees
chosen to represent the
county, one of who will be
chosen for the "Women of
Excellence" award for 2011.
The award, which is based
on dedication to excellence
in professional endeavors,
excellence in personal
growth, community
involvement and helping
other women achieve, will


be presented at a dinner
ceremony Thursday, June 23
at 6 p.m. at the Hilton
Melbourne Beach Ocean-
front by the chairman of the
advisory board, Charine
Lewis of JM Real Estate.
The 2011 nominees to be
honored at the event
include: Geraldine Blan-
chard of Global Tours and
Travel, Carol Craig of Craig
Technologies, MaryWallis of
the Eau Gallie Arts District
Merchants Association,
Michele Naberhaus of Gray
Robinson, and Susanne
Dimlow of Space Coast
Ovarian / Gynecologic
Cancer Alliance.
"Ultimately, the evening is
about honoring and
demonstrating appreciation
to a group of extraordinary
women," said Diane Gabik,
membership director for the
Melbourne Chamber of
Commerce.
Keynote guest speaker,
Donnie Brown, a celebrity
event planner, and popular
host of Style Networks,
"Whose Wedding Is It


Anyway?" will highlight this
year's theme, "RoyalWed-
dings."
"His presentation hopes
to give an 'insider' look into
weddings and events he has
planned worldwide for
celebrity actors and ath-
letes, including comical
anecdotes of mishaps," said
Ms. Gabik.
The ballroom at the Hilton
will be prepared as if guest
were attending a wedding.
The wedding theme is
representative of the
Chamber Visitors Bureau
initiative to market the
Melbourne Coast as a
wedding destination.
Banquet sponsorships are
still available. The public is
invited to the cocktail and
dinner event, which cost
$45 per person.
Individual tickets can be
purchased on the Chambers
website, www.melbournere-
gionalchamber.com, under
event registration.
For more information on
the event call (321) 724-
5400, Ext. 231.


Secretaries
From page Al
but now we have computers
and people do their own
correspondence," Mr.
Munns said.
Mr. Munns said a typical
inter-office memo is more of
a newsletter that requires
"editing, formatting and
processing" to make it stan-
dard for an organization.
Bosses type their own
memos nowadays, and they
are sent by e-mail, said Pat
Gibbs, who retired from
administrative work at Har-
ris Corp.
"We don't take shorthand
anymore. They don't even
teach it anymore," Ms.
Gibbs said. "It's not just a job
nowadays, it's a career."
Ms. Gibbs said she attend-
ed secretarial college, "but
now you can go to Brevard
Community College and get


an associates degree in
administrative technology."
Ms. Chandler, who spent
27 years with Suntrust Bank
after a previous career with
a Virginia law firm, recalled
the frustration of making a
typo in the era before Wite-
Out.
Legal documents, of
course, could not be altered
withWite-Out.
"I started out with a Royal
manual typewriter 44 years
ago," Ms. Chandler recalled.
"With a legal document,
there could be no errors. So
you might spend all day,
eight hours, typing a will or
a deed."
Some retired members of
the Melbourne IAAP chapter
reminisced about relics
such as carbon paper, taking
dictation, and using ink-
linking mimeograph
machines.
"Back then, if I got to the
last line of a letter and made


an error, I had to yank the
paper out of the typewriter
and start over," Ms. Inman
recalled. "It was frustrating."
The former secretaries
found it amusing that today,
a "c.c." copy of an electronic
e-mail refers to a "carbon
copy" - even though car-
bon paper barely exists any-
more.
Still, there will always be a
role for administrative assis-
tants, Mr. Munns said.
"Bosses are allergic to
paper," Mr. Munns said.
"You don't want to see them
breaking out."
Mr. Munns said adminis-
trative assistants tend to be
the glue of most offices.
"You can get by with an
incompetent boss, but if you
have an incompetent
administrative assistant, the
place will fall apart," Mr.
Munns said. "With an
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Police report


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



Melbourne
Police Department

* Robert Boswell, 39, of 3433 Lawn-
brook Court, Melbourne, was charged
June 3 with aggravated assault with a
deadly weapon and felony battery.
* Timothy E. Johnson, 42, of 3300 Tes-
timony St., Melbourne, was charged
June 3 with fleeing/attempting to elude
a police officer, resisting arrest without
violence, driving while license sus-
pended, aggravated assault with a
deadly weapon and felony violation of
probation.
* Stephen Ezera Floyd, 27, of 800
Orange St., Melbourne, was charged
June 4 with felony battery by strangula-
tion-domestic violence.
* Kevin Williams, 37, of 550 Sawyer
Ave., Merritt Island, was charged June 4
with possession cocaine and posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
* Michael Shan Brown, 43, of 1651
Omega St., Palm Bay, was charged June
5 with unarmed burglary of an occu-
pied dwelling and felony battery.
* Kevin Bryce Foley, 24, address
unknown, was charged June 5 with two
counts of felony child neglect.
* Jasmine Shalanda Nesmith, 23, of
3042 College Wood Circle, Melbourne,
was charged June 6 with felony child
neglect.
* Michael Cummings, 24, of 2858 Col-
bert Circle, Melbourne, was charged
June 6 with resisting arrest without vio-
lence, possession of drug parapherna-
lia, possession of a controlled sub-
stance without a prescription and
trafficking a controlled substance.
* George H. Stalker, 53, of 3660 N.
Harbor City Blvd., Melbourne, was
charged June 7 with leaving the scene of
a crash without rendering aid, driving
while license suspended, refusing to
submit to a balance test, felony driving
under the influence-property damage
and felony driving under the influence.
*Victoria Basakli, 41, of 3390 Cabbage
Palm Ave., Melbourne, was charged
June 8 with possession of a controlled
substance without a prescription.
* William Lawrence Edson, 47, of
5090 North U.S. 1, Melbourne, was
charged June 8 with keeping dangerous


drugs, possession of a controlled sub-
stance without a prescription, posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia and as a
habitual traffic offender driving on a
suspended license.
* Donnell Littles, 45, address
unknown, was charged June 9 with
unarmed robbery.
* Johnny Rodriguez Poole, 18, of 1045
Jupiter Blvd. N.W, Palm Bay, was
charged June 9 with aggravated assault
with a deadly weapon.
* John Cody Rabe, 24, address
unknown, was charged June 9 with
unarmed robbery.
* Rachelle Lea Reed, 34, of 102 Her-
ring St., Melbourne, was charged June 9
with aggravated assault with a deadly
weapon, interfering with the custody of
a minor and battery.
* Curtis Williams, 57, address
unknown, was charged June 9 with
unarmed robbery.

West Melbourne Police
Department

* Branden S. Chambers, 24, of 2045
Mobile Land Drive, Melbourne, was
charged June 6 as an out-of-state fugi-
tive.

Brevard County
Sheriffs Office
* Malorie Brown, 29, address
unknown, was charged June 4 with pos-
session of cocaine, possession of a con-
trolled substance without a prescrip-
tion and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
* Ralph James Manchester, 41,
address unknown, was charged on an
out-of-county warrant.
* Anthony Tyrone Hart, 30, of 766 Iro-


quois Ave., Melbourne, was charged
June 5 with fleeing/attempting to elude
a police officer and driving while
license suspended/revoked.
* Larry Lee Bishop, 41, of 261 Ulster
Lane, Melbourne, was charged June 6
as an out-of-state fugitive.
* David Lee Burkett, 39, of 1735
Mason Terrace, Melbourne, was
charged June 6 with failure to appear
and failing to register as a career offend-
er.
* Phillip Michael Carey, 29, of 475
Linda Lane, Melbourne, was charged
June with felony battery on an
officer/firefighter/EMT and felony vio-
lation of probation.
* Hannah Leigh Moore, 23, of 426
Lake Victoria Court, Melbourne, was
charged June 7 with possession of a
controlled substance without a pre-
scription.
* John Charles Rayner, 32, of 1213
Sand Creek Drive, Melbourne, was
charged June 7 with armed robbery,
larceny and petit larceny.
* Tonya Donnelly, 37, of 2123 Sarno
Road, Melbourne, was charged June 8
with fraud-issuing a check with insuffi-
cient funds.
* Tommy Charles McDaniel, 20, of
3325 Rivercrest Drive, Melbourne, was
charged June 8 with leaving the scene
of a crash without rendering aid and
driving while license
suspended/revoked.

Palm Bay
Police Department

* Jeremy Paul Elias, 32, of 89 Irwin St.
N.W, Melbourne, was charged June 9
with armed home invasion robbery and


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Letters

There is no more money
to take from the taxpayers

First it was the Brevard County Commissioners' "shell
game" called a "roll back" that increased property taxes by
more than $200 yearly, even though property values had
dropped dramatically.
Then there was the plea to cut back on your electric and
water consumption, only to have the utility companies
raise their rates, since they were not making enough profit.
Then came the push to "harden" your home by spending
thousands of dollars on hurricane-proof products that
ended up saving $50 a year on your homeowner's insurance
premium.
The state just allowed a $200 increase on all homeowner's
insurance policies, and your automobile insurance premi-
um is about to increase due to higher medical costs.
And when do the surcharges for the 2004 state hurricane
emergency fund reimbursement added to all homeowner
and automobile policies end?
I am convinced our federal, state and local governments
don't realize or care that there is no more money available
to take from the taxpayers.
Check your recent insurance policy renewals and com-
pare your past three year's property tax bills, and you will
see the above is true.
This is not a time to doze off. Stand up now, people, and
remember in November 2012.

Bill Reynolds
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How they can collect money for the red light e
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This is a "Traffic Law 101" course for all the idiots who
support red light cameras.
It will not change any of their opinions, as they are too
stupid to comprehend state and constitutional law, but it
might help for any readers who are unsure about the subject
and who are willing to investigate and fact-check for them-
selves.
All 50 states have traffic violations that are categorized as
either an "owner" or "operator" violation.
For example, if my properly licensed son, takes my car
that is registered to me, and is stopped by a police agency
for an expired decal, he cannot be issued a citation for the
expired decal as he is just driving the vehicle, and is not list-
ed as an owner (it's the owner's responsibility to ensure the
vehicle is registered and insured).
While certain police agencies within the "state" of Brevard
issue citations in these circumstances in hopes that the
driver will just pay the fine and create revenue, a request for
a hearing on the infraction must result in a dismissal of the
citation under Florida Statute. But, the motor vehicles will
notify my insurance company regarding my expired decal
and will take action against my license if the expiration isn't
corrected.
Now, the same scenario, except my son is stopped by a
police agency for running a red light.
The citation is to him, as he is the one who is driving and
ran the red light, not to me because I'm the owner of the
vehicle. No notification to my insurance company, no effect
of my license.
Now, enter red light cameras. You will receive a notice in
the mail that you are being cited for running a red light.
You will be directed to a website that will contain a grainy
video of a vehicle resembling yours and a
small, separate, still picture of a license plate reportedly on
that vehicle in the video.
There are no pictures of the driver, as so many idiots have
claimed "Yah, they just mug it up for the camera blowing red
lights."
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ums will increase.
If you fail to pay the fine, your license cannot be suspend-
ed. Yet.
You see, the Florida Legislature found a way around the
U.S. and Florida Constitution, by passing an amendment
that citations issued by red light cameras are a local, civil
infraction.
In passing the amendment, the Florida Legislature as a
group, made the statement that "red light cameras will cre-
ate much needed revenue for the State while easing the bur-
den on local police departments."
You now have lost your right to due process under U.S.
and State Constitutions that, the charging police agency
prove that you committed the infraction.
Instead it's "Oh well, you are the owner of the car; and if
we cite you, even if you weren't driving, you'll just pay it, and
we get money!"
If you advocate red light cameras, then rally for the really
expensive, high-tech cameras used by New York and New
Jersey (both of which have survived Supreme Court chal-
lenges) to capture the actual face of the driver running red
lights and toll booths.
But, don't circumvent the U.S. or State constitutions, in
order to generate revenue, and violate my rights in the name
of "public safety."
If this letter sounds angry, it is.
I am so over stupid people who refuse to educate them-
selves on anything, but just constantly regurgitate the same
uneducated, uninformed crap and actually believe it to be
true!

Listen to Donald Trump

If you have not listened to Donald Trump in New Hamp-
shire, then you need to.
It was a very interesting speech about the way we are
going downhill in our country.
He pointed out all the countries that are taking advantage
of the United States as we pour billions of our taxpayer dol-
lars in to countries that hate our guts and do nothing in
return.
Time to stop all that liberal nonsense and start to get our
country back on track.
Everything he said was true. We give billions to Pakistan
that has nuclear weapons and was sheltering Osama, and
the list goes on and on.
The Donald being the smart businessman, knew exactly
how to end this madness and start to rebuild our own coun-
try.
I have no idea why both parties are knocking Trump.
Could it be they can see what a difference he would make
to get rid of the career politicians and have a smart business
man in the White House.
Ross Perot would have made it if he didn't mess up at the
end, and we would probably be better off than we are now.
We have a lackluster group looking at running for presi-
dent, and we certainly do not need to have the same mess
we have now.
Time for a change and not the change we got now.

The tree in the back yard has caused me
so much grief

I wanted to have a magnolia tree cut down in my back
yard. Why? Because it is too close to my house.
At my mature age, I cannot keep up with the leaves that
fall in my yard, and the leaves do not cut up when the mow-
ers mow them.
The tree was here when I bought the house. I do not know
who planted it or who gave them permission to plant it so
close to the house, but I feel it is a hazard to my safety.


The tree is way too tall, and I am afraid if a hurricane or a
real strong wind comes along, it could cause a lot of damage
to my house if it were blown over.
I am sure my insurance company would not be too happy
to have to pay a claim due to this tree falling on my house.
I received permission from my association to have the
tree cut down but was told I had to contact the city. I did,
and was shocked to find out what the city plans to charge
me before I even contact someone to cut the tree down.
They want to charge me $5 for administration fees, $10
each for two inspection fees and a $25 permit fee.
The city inspector measured the tree, and since it is 9
inches around, the city is going to charge me $ 10 per inch,
or $90, to cut the tree down.
For what? This is outrageous.
The lady at city hall said something about this tree being
an endangered species.
I told her I couldn't believe this tree is endangered, as I see
so many of them.
Also she said something about it being a hardwood tree.
My questions are:
1. What criteria do they use to declare a tree endangered?
2. What does hardwood have to do with cutting a tree
down?
3.What does the city do with that $90? They certainly
aren't helping me pay to have the tree cut down?
I'd be more than willing to pay the $90 if they would come
out and cut down the tree and grind up the roots of the tree.
I am in my 80s and on a fixed income. I can not afford to
pay the city $140 and then pay someone to cut the tree
down.
I can see it costing me more than $300 to have this tree cut
down.
All I can see is: it is government greed.
My dilemma is: Do I take the money and pay for one of
my prescriptions or do with out it and keep my home safe?
I used to love the poem "Trees," but now as I am driving
along and looking at the beautiful trees, all I think about is
how much someone is going to have to pay to have that tree
cut down someday.
'Tis a sad day in our great country when a city govern-
ment can put such a ridiculous tax or fee on something
grown by nature. The city had nothing to do with it.

I suggest a possible solution
to the high price of gas crisis

Everything I have learned in my lifetime about prices in a
democratic, capitalism society - which is what our beloved
country is - tells me that they will respond to supply and
demand.
So if we can reduce our demand, we have a chance. But
reducing demand does not necessarily mean we have to
stop driving.
There is a simpler way, and it involves the amount of gas
we store in our gas tanks year round, (i.e. 95 percent of all
motorists entering gas stations just automatically "fill it
up")
What if instead of driving around with almost full tanks,
we instead fill our tanks up half way, (i.e. eight gallons per
visit to the pumps instead of maybe 16).
The inconvenience of having to stop at a service station
twice as many times a year than we presently do will be
worth it.
We will effectively have reduced our "demand" for gas in
1/2 (not actually, of course, but that is what it will reflect in
prices as we will be storing one half the amount of gallons
that we presently do over the course of a given year.)
Bear with me because this may sound so simple that it
couldn't possibly work.
I think it can, and it's at least worth a try.
Why do I think so? because I believe "demand," per se, is a
reflection of fuel consumed plus fuel in storage.
So, most people, because of jobs, health care, a million
other activities just cannot reduce the amount they con-
sume by 50 percent.
However, my thinking is that by making twice as many
stops to pump gas up to the half-way point, we can cut the
demand by billions of gallons; and I think $2 a gallon gas
will shortly show up at stations across the country.
Of course, this does not mean we drive out of our way to
these stations; we still stop only when we are out driving as
part of our normal day-to-day routine.

Make the developers pay
instead of the taxpayers

All these "growth is good, free market development"
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Business news


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Eckerd has new
operations director

Richard Rogers has been
promoted to operations
director of Eckerd Youth
Alternatives, a national non-
profit organization that has
given second chances to
more than 100,000 children
and families since 1968.
In his new role, Mr. Rogers
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to-day operations of Eckerd
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Mr. Rogers, 34, received a
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He serves on nearly a dozen
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and he was recently named
vice chair of the Circuit 18
Juvenile Justice Board.
To learn more, visit
www.eckerd.org.

FIT has new assistant
basketball coach

Florida Tech head coach
Billy Mims recently
announced the addition of
Terry Parks to his coaching
staff as an assistant coach.
Mr. Parks replaces Chris
Hackett, who was named
head coach at Frank Phillips


College in May.
He joins the Panthers after
five seasons as the men's bas-
ketball head coach at Brevard
Community College.
In addition to developing
players and overseeing the
program, he increased fan
support.
He pioneered the BCC
Men's Basketball Booster
Club, the BCC High School
Summer League and the
Terry Parks BCC Summer
Camp.
Among the values he
stressed to his players was the
importance of giving back to
the community.
His teams volunteered at
events throughout the coun-
ty. He organized an annual 3-
on-3 tournament, which ben-
efited the Make-A-Wish
Foundation.
Prior to his tenure at Bre-
vard Community College, Mr.
Parks was an assistant coach
at Division I North Florida
and The Citadel.
At both institutions, he
recruited throughout Florida
and Georgia and was respon-
sible for the development of
post players.
He earned his bachelor's
degree in criminal justice and
his master's in public admin-
istration at Columbus State
and played collegiate basket-
ball at Columbus State and
Macon State.
For more information, call
(321) 674-8250 or visit
www.floridatechsports.com.

Local physicist
receives highest
board
certification in
medical physics

Chief Radiation Physicist,
Daljit S. Saini of the Cancer
Care Centers of Brevard has
announced that, Bhavin
Patadiya has successfully
achieved the highest board
certification in medical
physics.


Mr. Patadiya's recent excel-
lence is due in a large part to
his extensive experience at
the St. Louis University Med-
ical Center with the
CyberKnife Cancer Treat-
ment System.
The CyberKnife Robotic
Radiosurgery System repre-
sents the cutting edge in pre-
miere cancer treatment.
With the addition of Mr.
Patadiya, the Cancer Care
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cancer center on the Space
Coast to provide the highest
level of technology and excel-
lence in its radiation and
medical physics services with
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physicists and three board
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With a combined 52 years
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years of medical dosimetry
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This highly-trained and
experienced department
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commitment to radiation
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FRIDAY, JUNE 17

* SCORE Small Business
Counseling: 11 a.m. Mel-
bourne Regional Chamber of
Commerce, 1005 Strawbridge
Ave., Melbourne. Call (321)
254-2288.

TUESDAY, JUNE 21

* Ambassador meeting:
8:30 a.m. Melbourne Region-
al Chamber of Commerce,
1005 Strawbridge Ave., Mel-
bourne. Call (321) 724-5400,
Ext. 236.
* The Innovators Leads
Club meeting: 11:30 a.m.
Melbourne Regional Cham-
ber of Commerce at Shells
Seafood Restaurant, 1490 W
New Haven Ave., West Mel-
bourne. Call (321) 757-9797.
* Chamber Alive @ Five: 5
p.m. Melbourne Regional
Chamber of Commerce at
Mainstreet Pub, 705 E. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne. Cost
is $5 at the door for members
and $10 at the door for guests.
A cash bar will be available.
Call (321) 724-5400, Ext. 231.

WEDNESDAY,
JUNE 22

* Ribbon Cutting Work-
shop: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Melbourne Regional Cham-
ber of Commerce, 1005
Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne.
Speaker will be Lee Romano
from Captain Music. Cost is
free for members and $10 for
non-members. Call (321)
5400, Ext. 225.
* The Exchange Referral
Group Leads Club meeting:
Noon. Melbourne Regional
Chamber of Commerce at the
Broken Barrel Tavern, 4700
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RANTS
From page A6
thieves are either liars, idiots
or clinically insane.
"Build more houses,
expand the tax base, people
will come! Build more build-
ings, cut their taxes, busi-
nesses will come!"
How about let's take a look
at reality?


Build more houses, when
there are millions standing
empty? Give tax handouts to
corporations that are
already located here, and
not hiring? That "boosts the
economy" exactly how?
Who has the highest taxes,
highest crime, most traffic
gridlock, poorest schools,
worst quality of living? The
ones with the most growth
and development.
We need more and


stronger regulations against
growth and development,
not to "streamline" (i.e., let
them ignore) their "paper-
work."
Developers ought to have
to pay not only for the land,
the house and the property
taxes until the house or
building is occupied, but if
it's abandoned, full respon-
sibility for paying those
taxes and upkeep reverts to
the developer, not the tax-


payer.
Developers may not build
one single building until
they, personally, have paid
for the upgrade in schools,
roads, fire and police, water
and sewer and power and
cable lines and loads, not
the taxpayer.
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the needs of the "customers"
they keep claiming to have.
If they really do have cus-
tomers, they can always get
reimbursed by them, not by
the taxpayers.
But until every single
building already built is
inhabited, up to code and
energy efficient, they may
not cut down one more tree,
pave one more wildlife habi-
tat, seize or sell one more
square foot of land.
Period.
"But, but," splutter the
developers, "However will I
skim enough millions from
the taxpayers to buy politi-
cians that will let me keep
skimming my millions?"
We taxpayers are perfectly
willing to pay for the servic-
es we use and need.
But it is not our responsi-
bility to clean up your mess-
es and while also being
taxed to make you rich.
It's time for much-
needed price controls
again
I've had it. I'm a World War
II veteran.
What politicians are
allowing corporations to get
away with ripping off the
American people is uncon-
scionable.
Banks, insurance compa-
nies and, worst of all, oil
conglomerates and both
federal and state political
are all in on these crimes.
Yes, crimes.
We are at war, Americans.
And during World War II we
had price controls.
Well, it is time to bring
back price controls.
Americans, call all your
representatives, federal and
state, and tell them to bring
back price controls.
And if they don't, next year
start the second American
revolution, not with guns,
but with your votes.
Vote them all out: Tea Par-
ty'ers, Republicans and
Democrats. Let's start The
American Party and put
Americans in power, instead
of arrogant politicians who
are selling out Americans.


We don't need new
'Welcome to Florida'
signs with your name
on them
I just heard that our gover-
nor is spending an awful lot
of money for new signs to be
put up that say "Welcome to
Florida" with his name on
them.
That's pretty egotistical, I
assume, because we have a
lot of signs that are already
up there that say "Welcome
to Florida."
Why does he have to have
his name out there?
Come on, help us save,
You are the one always
telling us to cut corners, to
cut the spending.
Just don't put your name
on them. We don't care.
When you are out of
office, we will have to take
them down and throw them
away and then make new
ones again.
I guess you won't worry
about the cost of that.
What is wrong with
the driver's license
procedures?
You have to have a copy of
your birth certificate to
renew your driver's license
when you have your old dri-
ver's license in your hand,
when your address, Social
Security number and frikkin'
picture, for pity's sake, is
already on the computer.
And if you're married, you
need your marriage certifi-
cate. And if you're divorced,
you need your grant of
divorce?
What the #$%^! is going
on in this country?
Is Mohammed al Pedro
Borscht Petraskovitch is
going to go apply for a dri-
ver's license?
The drug dealers, arms
runners and terrorists are
calmly driving new SUVs
with a license plate stolen
off a junked car and an "ID"
that they bought at a flea
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Garbage,

yard waste

and

recycling

schedule

changes
In unincorporated South
Brevard, the days for
collection of garbage, yard
waste and recycling are
changing.
Saturday pick-ups are
being eliminated in order
for both Brevard County's
Solid Waste Management
department and vendor
Waste Management to
save money and work
more efficiently.
Brevard County will save
approximately $50,000 per
year.
Garbage collection will
be made on Mondays and
Thursday for residents
between the Pineda
Causeway and the Indian
River County line, and on
the beachside from Eau
Gallie Boulevard to
Sebastian Inlet.
Garbage will be collected
on Tuesday and Fridays
for residents between
Rockledge and the Pineda
Causeway, and on the
beachside from Patrick Air
Force Base to Eau Gallie
Boulevard.
Yard waste will be picked
up on Mondays between
the Pineda Causeway and
U.S. 192; on Tuesdays from
Rockledge south, west of I-
95 and south of Wickham
Road to the Pineda
Causeway; on Thursdays
from US- 192 south to
Indian River County; and
on Friday from Rockledge
to Wickham Road, east of
1-95.
All yard waste on the
beachside will be collected
on Wednesday.
Recycling will be collect-
ed on Wednesdays
throughout South Brevard.
There are no cuts to
See TRASH, Al 1


Fathers
From page A3
Allie Luppino, age 5
City: Melbourne
* What is your daddy's job?
To go to work.
* What does your daddy do
when he's at his job? He does
signs and brings them home,
then puts new signs up. Edi-
tor's note: Allie's dad is a graph-
ic production artist.
* What do you love most
about your dad? He is strong.
* What is your favorite thing
to do with your dad? Play


games like Trouble, Blue's
Clues and the penguin game.
* Where did your daddy
meet your mommy? Umrn...
Hooters! Editor's note: Allie's
mom said the couple met at
Applebee's.
* How do you know your
daddy loves your mommy?
She is smart.
* Where was your daddy
born? At Florida. In Grandma
Chris' belly.
Isabel Mancini, age 7
City: Satellite Beach
* What is your daddy's job?
He works at the Pepper Tree


and the Crowne Plaza.
* What does your daddy do
when he's at his job? He mostly
makes food, I think.
* What do you love most
about your dad? He's silly.
* What is your favorite thing
to do with your dad? Go
swimming in the pool.
* What does your daddy
look like? He's nice-looking.
* Where was your daddy
born? Peru.
* Where did your daddy
meet your mommy? Peru. Edi-
tor's note: Isabel's mom said
they met in Florida through a
mutual friend.


WIC is a nutrition program for women, infants & children.
SWIC provides the following HEALTHY FOODS at NO COST:
S* Fruits & Vegetables * Whole Grains * Milk * Beans - Dry or canned * Juice
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Fireball
From page A5
mail media@fireballrun.com or call Fireball
Runs production offices at (407) 224-5403.
The Melbourne Regional Chamber has
announced that the Melbourne Main Street
organization has moved the date of its annual
Fall Art Festival, held in Downtown Melbourne,
to coincide with Fireball Run; and that the
Chamber, in partnership with the Melbourne
Police Foundation, will also be presenting a car
show downtown during Fireball weekend.
To learn more about the event, contact
Melbourne Regional Chamber at (321) 724-
5400 or e-mail Chuck@melbourneregion-
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CPR
From page Al
simply by being able to
react in a medical emer-
gency.
"If just one percent of
those people ended up
having to use CPR, that's 21
lives that are potentially
saved," Mr. Cohen said.
"If you're one of those 21
people suffering a heart
attack, that makes a big
difference to you," Mr.
Cohen said.
The free event drew
families to the ballpark to
learn the emergency
procedure known as CPR,
which stands for car-
diopulmonary resuscita-


tion
Health First set up several
rows of dummies, and
people lined up to practice
CPR on the dummies.
"There were moms and
dads and their kids, all
learning CPR together," Mr.
Cohen said.
Volunteers from the
Health First Training Center
instructed the participants
in a CPR method called
"Friends and Family,"
sponsored by the American
Heart Association.
"It's not the level of CPR
in which a paramedic
shows up at a house," Mr.
Cohen said. "It's basic CPR
that can help stabilize a
person until a paramedic
can get there."


The hospital-sponsored
event also offered a demon-
stration on the use of an
automated external
defibrillator, known as an
AED device, which can
automatically restart a
heartbeat.
Mike Means, president
and CEO of Health First,
said the CPR program was
designed to give something
back to the community.
Health First is based in
Brevard County.
"The people we will be
training will be our own
friends and neighbors," Mr.
Means said.
"As a locally-based
healthcare organization, we
devote 100 percent of our
resources to improving the
health of this community,"
Mr. Means said.
Mr. Cohen said that in
addition to the CPR train-
ing, Health First donated
five defibrillators to
organizations that brought
the most people to the
training event.


He said among the
recipients of the defibrilla-
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league and a local runners
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Mr. Cohen said one recent
example of the benefit of
CPR occurred at a Merritt
Island health club recently,
when a nurse helped restart
the heart of a visitor who
collapsed with a heart
attack.
"The reason he was saved
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his life."
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give back to the communi-
ty.
"Being a corporate citizen
means more than just
running a business or a
corporation," Mr. Cohen
said. "Our mission is to
safeguard the health of this
community."


Photo courtesy of Health First
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Coast Stadium in Viera, where more than 2,100 people
learned the basics of CPR.


Business
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THURSDAY, JUNE 23
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(Back row) Troop co-leader Veronica Brace, Louisa Khan, Andrea Jara, Catherine Flatley,
Annelise Curtin, Nadia Curri, Elena Brace and Troop co-leader Victoria Curtin, (Front row)
Brittany Sheppard, Natalie Trio, Anna Sutton, Camille Stimpson, Joanae Lawrence, Sara
Sutton and Mary MacKay.


Scouts
From page Al

vided games for the chil-
dren to play. Each child was
also asked to bring a stuffed
animal, in which the troop
members (dressed in white
lab coats) took the role of
veterinarians and exam-
ined during the event.
"This project exposed the
girls to many activities they
may not have experienced
otherwise," Ms. Curtin said.
"And what they learned is


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From page A8
market.
Look, we know you're des-
perate to pad your own local
government coffers any way
you can by stealing from us,
but requiring five different
letters addressed to your
home, and birth, marriage
and divorce papers to get a
replacement #$%^!ing dri-
ver's license that has been in
the records for 20 frikkin'
years?
Here's a way for the state
and counties to save money:
Fire all their own employees.
I have actually gotten
more responsive coopera-
tion for a "press five for the
next menu" than I got from
the dimwitted out-of-wed-
lock relative of Rick Scott's
in-law at the DMV.
You want to "privatize"
something to "save money"?
Then privatize the entire
department of motor vehi-
cles.
At least the people selling
cars would have a vested
interest in processing your
license and tag.

BO's birth certificate
I will tell you right now
that I had never given this
"birther" issue any credit. I
watched the hype and the
crazies come out. I com-
pletely dismissed the entire
ordeal altogether.


that they have the ability to
really plan something from
a single idea and follow it
through to the end. I think
it has really trained them to
be great leaders in our com-
munity."
In lieu of admission to
the party, the girls asked
that each guest bring an
item for the animal shelter.
With some extra help from
teachers at the school, the
troop collected more than
150 items, ranging from
food and blankets to cat lit-
ter and toys.
"We rely very heavily on


In fact, it was not until the
White House released the
birth certificate that it had
gained my attention.
I am the studious sort of
guy, and I have plenty of
time on my hands. So, I took
a close look at this docu-
ment.
While I would have
thought that this issue
would have been closed for
good (and, got the crazies to
crawl back into their holes),
I found two extremely
strange inconsistencies that
merit some attention.
First of all, the birth cer-
tificate that the White House
released lists Obama's birth
as Aug. 4, 1961. It also lists
Barack Hussein Obama as
his father. No big deal, right?
At the time of Obama's
birth, it also shows that his
father is aged 25 years old,
and that Obama's father was
born in "Kenya, East Africa."
This wouldn't seem like
anything of concern, except
the fact that Kenya did not
even exist until 1963, two
whole years after Obama's
birth, and 27 years after his
father's birth.
How could have Obama's
father have been born in a
country that did not yet
exist? Up and until Kenya
was formed in 1963, it was
known as the "British East
Africa Protectorate."
But, this is not the only
thing that I found that just
does not jive.
The other item that I


donations, so we always
appreciate groups, espe-
cially the younger ones,
helping us out," said Cyn-
thia Morris, customer serv-
ice lead for the South Ani-
mal Care and Adoption
Center.
Ten-year-old Annelise
Curtin said she could not
be happier with the efforts
her troop made.
"It feels great because I
really love all of my pets,
and it makes me feel good
to know that other animals
can now get the same treat-
ment as mine," she said.


looked into was the hospital
that Obama was born in.
On the birth certificate
released by the White
House, the listed place of
birth is "Kapi'olani Materni-
ty & Gynecological Hospi-
tal."
This cannot be, because
the hospitals) in question
in 1961 were called "KauiKe-
olani Children's Hospital"
and "Kapi'olani Maternity
Home", respectively. The
name did not change to
Kapi'olani Maternity &
Gynecological Hospital until
1978, when these two hospi-
tals merged.
How can this particular
name of the hospital be on a
birth certificate dated 1961
if this name had not yet
been applied to it until
1978?
Go ahead, look it up. I am
not talking crazy talk, these
are the facts. Like I said, I
thought that this was a non-
issue until the actual certifi-
cate was released. Now that
it has been released, of
course I had to look into it.
I have found these issues,
(and) now I know that
something is up. If you
doubt me, just look at the
following resources.
Sure as hell, the hospital
part is true, as you can read
about the 1978 merger at
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* Baja Tavern and Eats:
The Tropical Yuppies will
play 4-8 p.m. Friday. Tiki
Band will play 3-7 p.m. Sat-
urday (Watchin' the Cruise
Ships). The Tropical Yuppies
will play 3-7 p.m. Sunday
and 4-8 p.m. Thursday. The
Baja is at 626 Glen Cheek
Drive, Port Canaveral. Call
(321) 799-1616.
* Beach Shack: Juke will
play 8 p.m. to midnight Fri-
day. Bluesbusters will play 2-
6 p.m. and Papa Chuck and
The Phat Kats will play 6-10
p.m. Saturday. The Usual
Suspects will play 2-6 p.m.
and Sunnyland Steve will
play 6-10 p.m. Sunday. Blues
Jam with Space Coast Play-
boys will be at 8 p.m. Thurs-
day. The Beach Shack is at 1
Minuteman Causeway,
Cocoa Beach. Call (321) 783-
2250.
* Cabana Shores Tiki Bar:
Jessica Ottway (Guys' Night)
will play 7-10 p.m. Thursday.
Cabana Shores Tiki Bar is at
5240 North U.S. Highway 1,
Palm Shores. Call (321) 987-
8455.
* Captain Katanna's Dock-
side Restaurant and Bar:
Ken Moores will play 7-10
p.m. Friday and 2:30-6:30
p.m. Sunday. Katanna's is at
4263 N. Harbor City Blvd.
(Highway U.S. 1), Mel-
bourne. Call (321) 253-1369.
* Chops Restaurant &
Lounge: Harvey Charles will
play 7-10 p.m. Saturday.
Chops is at 336 S. Washing-
ton Ave., Titusville. Call (321)
385-2467.
* City Limits Restaurant &
Lounge: The Swampfox Jam
will be 7:30-10:30 p.m. Sun-
day. The City Limits is at
4851 S. Dairy Road, Palm
Bay. Call (321) 723-2222.
* Cocoa Beach Pier: The
Tropical Yuppies will play 4-
8 p.m. on the Pier Thursday.
The Cocoa Beach Pier is at
401 Meade Ave., Cocoa
Beach. Call (321) 783-4050.
* Coconuts On The Beach:
The Danny Morris Band will
play 7-11 p.m. Friday. Dave
Kury will play 2-6 p.m. and
Mango will play 7-11 p.m.
Saturday. Stillwater will play
2-6 p.m. Sunday. Johnny
Danger will play 7-11 p.m.
Monday and Wednesday.
Chris Miller will play 7-11
p.m. Tuesday. Dave Kury will
play 7-11 p.m. Wednesday.
John Burr (Duo) will play 7-
11 p.m. Thursday. Coconuts
is at 255 Atlantic Ave., Cocoa
Beach. Call (321) 784-1422.
* Crowne Plaza Hotel: The
Danny Morris Band will play
1-5 p.m. Sunday on the deck.
The Crowne Plaza is at 2605
N. HighwayAlA, Indialantic.
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Entertainmdeti e
SECTION B * FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 2011





Renowned pianist performs A


By Shelley Koppel
Entertainment writer
A congenital defect in
his ear kept pianist and
composer Jeffrey Biegel
from hearing more than
shadowy sounds or
speaking until he was 3.
"I remember the
vibrations of sound," he
said. "My fascination with
sound was with music
from the beginning.
Perhaps that's why music
was my language of
choice."
An operation corrected
the defect, and at 16, the
talented musician was
accepted as a student of
the legendary teacher
Adele Marcus at Juilliard.
He has had a performing
and recording career of
note, appearing with
orchestras, including the
Boston Pops, the BBC
Concert Orchestra and the
Pacific Symphony Orches-
tra.
In 1973, Mr. Biegel
performed a new sonata
by Meyer Kupferman, with
the composer in the
audience. This experience
helped set the course of
his professional life.
He began what he calls
the "global commissioning
project," commissioning
works by contemporary
composers and finding the
funding, from sponsors
and orchestras, to enable
the works to be written
and performed. He has
commissioned and
premiered works by
William Bolcom, Richard
Danielpour, Lowell
Liebermann and Florida


native Ellen Taafe Zwilich,
the only woman to win the
Pulitzer Prize in music.
The eclectic program for
the upcoming perform-
ances includes a piano
concerto by Keith Emer-
son, a founding member
off the group, Emerson,
Lake and Palmer; a piece
by Kenneth Fuchs and
several works by Leroy
Anderson.
"Ken Fuchs I know from
Juilliard and we've stayed
in touch," Mr. Biegel said.
"I formed a trio last year,
Trio 21, and we'll premiere
his piece, 'Falling Trio,' in
September in New York."
When Mr. Biegel heard
Keith Emerson's "Concerto
No. 1 for Piano and
Orchestra," he fell in love
with it. He contacted Mr.
Emerson, and they
became friends.
"I took right to it," he
said. "He knows the
classics. I'm doing
everything I can to get it
out there. I like pairing it
with Gershwin or Ander-
son because they comple-
ment each other. I'd like to
record it."
Mr. Biegel's love for
Leroy Anderson's music
goes back to his child-
hood.
"When I grew up, my
father had pop record-
ings," he said. "I thought it
was too bad he didn't write
a piano concerto. Then I
discovered he did. I
listened to it on the edge
of my seat. I thought I was
in heaven."
Mr. Biegel contacted the
Anderson family and told
them he wanted to bring


ble music.
"Jeffrey is the leading
performer of the Leroy
Anderson piano concerto,
the go-to guy.
The same is true for the
Keith Emerson concerto.
Keith and Jeffrey had a
long-time relationship and
Jeffrey brought it back to
the concert halls.
He is one of the premier
pianists for commission-
ing and performing new
works by the best com-
posers of our day."
While Mr. Biegel and Mr.
Collins have long corre-
sponded, they will meet
for the first time for these
concerts. Mr. Biegel has
high praise for the younger

See PIANIST, B4


Out & about


'American Jazz' kicks off
Municipal Band's 'Not-in-the-
Park' Picnic Concert Series

The sounds of American
Jazz will fill the air on
Thursday, June 16 and Friday,
June 17 when the Melbourne
Municipal Band presents the
first of its annual Not-in-the-
Park Picnic Concert Series.
The main concert begins at
6:30 p.m. at the Melbourne
Auditorium, 625 E. Hibiscus
Blvd.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. for
those who want to bring a
picnic dinner and enjoythe
sounds of "Art Martin and
Friends." Admission is free
and no tickets are required.
Principal conductor Staci
Cleveland will lead the band
as it explores some of the
most popular American jazz
tunes, including: "They Can't
Take That Away from Me,"
"Sweet Georgia Brown,"
"American in Paris" and


medleys of Duke Ellington
and Benny Goodman
compositions.
Popular local vocalist Len
Fallen will join the band to
sing music by George
Gershwin.
Instead of traditional
concert seating, long tables
will be set up to enable a
'dinner and show' experience
and audience members can
bring along their picnic
dinners. Drinks, ice and
snacks will be available for
purchase at the concession
table.
There is no charge for the
concert, and tickets are not
required. Doors open at 5:30.
Call (321) 724-0555 or
visit www.mmband.org for
more information.

Tekalli Duo: from the White
House to Viera

Two world-class musicians
with a 2009 White House


performance already in their
professional resumes will
present a concert on
Friday, June 17 at 7 p.m. at
St. John the Evangelist
Catholic Church, 5655
Stadium Parkway in Viera.
Violinist Suliman Tekalli
and his sister and pianist
Jamila Tekalli will perform
selections of a lighter
German-Austrian cuisine,
followed by some truly
heavy German fare!
Join the Tekalli Duo in
their performance of
musical vorspeisen by
Mozart, Brahms and
Beethoven, followed by
Richard Strauss's youthfully
exuberant and bombastic
violin sonata.
Tickets are $10 at the
door, 18 and younger
admitted free.
For more information, visit
www.SpaceCoastSympho-
ny.org or call (321) 536-
8580.


Groucho's Comedy Club

Friday night at Groucho's
Comedy club is at 8:30 p.m.
Friday, June 17 at the
International Palms Resort,
1300 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa
Beach.
Featured will be Frankie
Paul and 'diva slayer' Wendi
Starling.
Cost is $12, with a dinner
and show (advanced)
package for $20.
For more information or to
make reservations, call (321)
866-0222.

'Joseph and the Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat' at the
King Center

The biblical saga of Joseph
and his coat of many colors
comes to vibrant life in this
musical parable.
Joseph, his father's favorite
See OUT, B4


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 6-17-2011


Aries-March 21-April 19
Your greatest gift is a strong
spirit. Never give up. When
the chips are down, you can
always hang in there, give
110 percent and do the right
things needed to survive and
thrive. The stress of the past
year or so will begin to ease
soon. You will see life and
finances gradually easing by
the fall. Keep on keeping on.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Coming back to your creative
self insures a renewal of
present and future happi-
ness, growth and success.
You have done your work.
It's time to play. You have so
much promise and potential.
Your wisdom, life experience
and desire will now continue
you on and up to your great-
est dreams. If you don't love
it, don't do it.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Your positive attitude has
brought you safely through
many of life's challenges. It
will continue to guide you in
the future. Failure is not an
option with you. Keep hon-
ing your talents and skills.
This will prepare you for new
conquests. Your natural pas-
sion for life is like a beacon
for other thirsty souls who
admire you.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
You thrive under pressure.
Make sure it is the creative
kind. When others around
you are falling apart, you
keep going. Life works easier
if you replace the joy in your
heart each day. Do some-
thing nice for you every day.
Now, your powerful pres-
ence is felt by others who
feel inspired just being
around you.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Courage is one of your great-
est assets. The others are loy-
alty, honesty and compas-
sion. You are always there for
your friends. You don't cut
corners. You have a keen
sense of justice. You give it
your all when your heart is in
it. All these wonderful gifts
continue to advance you in
life. Sounds like royalty to
me.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
Recent successes make you
want to do even more in life.
You can do it. Be sure to
chart a course, three, six, 12
months down the road. Then
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the work to audiences
everywhere.
He performed it with the
Boston Pops in Symphony
Hall and gave it its New
York premiere at Carnegie
Hall with the New York
Pops. He recently recorded
it on the Naxos label with
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Scene
From page B1
Call (321) 777-4100.
* Fishlips at the Port: DJ Josh will
play at 4 p.m. Friday and 9 p.m.
Wednesday. High Tide will play 4-9
p.m. Saturday with DJ Soul at 9 p.m.
The Tiki Band will play at 4 p.m.
Monday. Ladies Night is Tuesday.
Trivia with DJ Josh is at 9 p.n.
Wednesday. Fishlips is at 610 Glen
Cheek Drive, Port Canaveral. Call
(321) 784-4533.
* Getaway Martini Bar: The
Honey Miller Band will play 9:30
p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday. Scott Tyler will
play 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday.
The Getaway is at 7720 N.Wickham
Road, Melbourne. Call (321) 255-
0052.
* Grills Riverside - Melbourne:
Mo Geetz will play at 2 p.m. Friday.
Mo-Duo's Shrek and Donkey Show
will play 2-6 p.m. and Don't Quit
Your Day Job Band will play 7:30-
11:30 p.m. Saturday. Derek will play
at 3-7 p.m. Sunday. Mo-Duo's Shrek
and Donkey Show will play 5-9 p.m.
Wednesday. Jay Crosier will play at
5 p.m. Thursday. Grills is at 6075
North U.S. Highway 1, Melbourne.


Call (321) 242-8999.
* Island Spice: "Cool Runnings"
with the Jeffrey Medina Group will
play 6-9 p.m. Tuesday. Island Spice
is at 4910 Stack Blvd., Melbourne.
Call (321) 722-4478.
* Key West Bar: The Spanks Band
will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Pinch will
play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. The
Key West Bar is at 2286 Highway
A1A, Indian Harbor Beach. Call
(321) 773-1577.
* Lou's Blues: The Stephan
Michael Connection will play 9:30
p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday. Chain
Reaction 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.
* Malabar Mo's Bar & Grill: John
Quinlivan will play 4-8 p.m. Satur-
day. Red Tide will play 4-8 p.m. Sun-
day. Mo's is at 2805 Malabar Road
(S.R. 514), Malabar. Call (321) 725-
8374.
* Oh Shucks Seafood Bar: Vintage
will play 7-11 p.m. Friday and Sat-
urday. Oh Shucks is at 401 Meade
Ave., (Cocoa Beach Pier), Cocoa
Beach. Call (321) 783-4050.
* Ozzie's Crabhouse: John and
Shelly will play 6-10 p.m. Friday.
Supercats Lite will play 6-10 p.m.


Saturday. Dave Thomas & Chuck
van Riper will play 4-8 p.m. Sunday.
The Atlantic Bluegrass will play 7-9
p.m. Wednesday. Ozzie's is at 4391
Dixie Highway N.E., Palm Bay. Call
(321) 724-0009.
* Pineda Inn: The Bill Sides Show
will play 6-10 p.m. Friday. It's
"Fathers Day on the Deck" with Joe
Calautti Entertainment 2-6 p.m. on
the deck Sunday. The Pineda Inn is
at 6355 North U.S. Highway 1 (U.S.
1 and Suntree Boulevard), Rock-
ledge/Melbourne. Call (321) 751-
5311.
* Pinto's Lounge: The Open Mic
Jam Session will be 7-11 p.m. Sun-
day and 9 p.m. to midnight (with
karaoke) Wednesday. Pinto's is at
7555 S. Highway U.S. 1, Titusville.
Call (321) 269-7665.
* Shady Oaks Lounge: The Last
Chance Band will play 9 p.m. to
1:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday. The
Shady Oaks is at 6050 S. Babcock
St., Palm Bay. Call (321) 727-7004.
* Siggy's All-American Bar:
Dance party with DJ Chris is at 8
p.m., with Un4saken at 9:30 p.m.
Friday. Dance party with DJ Scooter
is at 8 p.m. with Medusa at 9:30
p.m. Saturday. DJ Chris will play at 8
p.m. Wednesday. Thursday is


Acoustic Night with Karl Hudson at
7 p.m. Siggy's is at 1153 Malabar
Road N.E., Palm Bay. Call (321) 952-
0104.
* Spanky's Pub: Karaoke Jones
plays at 9 p.m. Tuesday, Saturdays
and Sundays. Men's Night is 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. Wednesday. Ladies' Night
is 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday. Hospitali-
ty Night is 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Sunday.
Spanky's is at 140 N. Banana River
Drive, Merritt Island. Call (321)
453-0674.
* Squid Lips: Chester will play 3-6
p.m. and The Kore Band will play 7-
11 p.m. Friday. Johnny Danger will
play 2-6 p.m. and Mo Geetz will
play 7-11 p.m. Saturday. Fyah Proof
will play 2-7 p.m. Sunday. Chester
will play 4-8 p.m. Thursday. Squid
Lips is at 1477 Pineapple Ave., Mel-
bourne. Call (321) 259-3101.
* Tropical Inn Resort: "Your Time
To Shine" Karaoke with Francesca
is at 8 p.m. every Saturday night.
The Tropical Inn is at 4700 Dixie
Highway N.E., Palm Bay. Call (321)
951-0350.
*Vintage 56: The Tropical Yuppies
will play 6:30-9:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Vintage 56 is at 200 Barton Blvd.,
Rockledge. Call (321) 639-4048.
* V-Twin Pub and Grill: Bobby


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Friday. The Fab Korvettes will play
7-11 p.m. Saturday. Open Fire will
play 4-8 p.m. Sunday. Karaoke night
is 7-11 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday.
The V-Twin is at 4720 Dixie High-
way N.E., Palm Bay. Call (321) 574-
0520.
* Wet Spot: Carnival Party live
music with Rocky James at 1 p.m.
and Jimbo and The No Shows at 5
p.m. includes giveaways every
hour, jellos and drink specials. Jam
Nite with Animal is 7-11 p.m.
Wednesday. All musicians are wel-
come. The Wet Spot is at 3650 Dixie
Highway N.E., Palm Bay. Call (321)
728-3055.
* Wynfields Sports Bar: Monday
Night Live and S&M Karaoke with
DJ Fred Honey starts at 7 p.m. Mon-
day. Wednesday night is jam night
with the Bone Dogs at 8 p.m. Sun-
day night is Rock Star night. Wyn-
fields is at 190 Highway A1A, Satel-
lite Beach. Call (321) 773-8460.
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'American Idol'


'Elements' art show contestant Anthony


Art Gallery ofViera, located
in The Avenue, is hosting an
art show titled, "Elements -
Earth, Air, Fire, Water."
The show runs through Sat-
urday, July 2 at the Art Gallery
ofViera. This show is free and
open to the public.
The gallery address is 2271
Town Center Ave., Suite 101,
Unit 400, Viera.
Call the Art Gallery of Viera
at (321) 504-4343 for more
information or visit www.art-
galleryofviera.com.

Highland Art and
Studio Summer Art
Camps
Highland Art and Studio
offers summer camps in June
and July for grades 1-6.
* Walking Through the
Bible - 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mon-
day through Friday, June 20-
24. Campers will enjoy paint-
ing Bible characters, such as
David and Goliath, Noah's
Ark, The Lion and The Lamb
in a variety of styles.
* Space, Stars and Shuttles
- 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday
through Friday, July 11-15.
Campers will explore creat-
ing what NASA has con-
tributed to the space pro-
gram, including shuttles,
astronauts and outer space
scenes using mixed media
and collage.
* Exploring the Everglades
- 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday
through Friday, July 18-22.
Campers will explore paint-
ing representational scenery
of the Everglades and its ani-
mal habitat, using acrylics on
canvas.
Cost is $130 tuition per
camper per session and $120
for second student in family.
For more information, visit
the gallery at 1414 Highland
Ave., Melbourne or call (321)
243-9855.

'Writing one's life
story' class
The Space Coast Writers'
Guild will hold a four-session
class over two weeks in June
to assist adults in writing
their life's story.
Linda Jump, author of
"From Memories to Memoir
Using the Jump Start
Method," will lead the class at
the Fountains of Melbourne
at 4451 Stack Blvd. in Mel-
bourne.
Classes are 6:30-8 p.m.
Monday and Wednesdays,
June 20, 22, 27 and 29 in the
Community Room.
Cost is $30 for all classes.
Classes are planned to be
sequential, with writing
assignments to be read and
shared each class.
Individual classes are $8
each.
Leave a legacy for your
descendants that are more
golden than any other heir-
loom.
Students will begin their
memoir and learn the tools
and skills to keep writing.
Ms. Jump is a former
reporter and photographer
for Florida Today newspaper
and the author of three pub-
lished books and numerous
magazine articles.
She co-facilitates an ongo-
ing "Writing Your Life" class
through the Shepherd's Cen-
ter of South Brevard.
Attendees will learn how to
start their memoir, will write
their six-word memoir and
receive topics and questions
to continue their writing.
For information, call (321)
952-7422.

'Cool Kids Classes for
Sunny Summer Days!'
Young people can spend a
couple of hours Thursday
mornings, 10 a.m. to noon,
through Thursday, July 7,
making fun things that relate
to summertime.
The classes are best suited
for ages 7-11. Each class costs
$18, plus $5 for materials.
These kids' classes will be
held at the Art Gallery of
Viera located in The Avenue,
The Art Gallery ofViera is at
2271 Town Center Ave., Space
400, Viera.
For questions or to sign up,
please call (480) 216-0817 or


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Fedorov headlines
locally
Former American Idol con-
testant, Anthony Fedorov, will
be headlining in the title role
of Joseph when the dazzling
family favorite, "Joseph and
the Amazing Technicolor
Dreamcoat" comes to the
King Center in Melbourne,
Saturday, June 18 and Sun-
day, June 19.
After overcoming a birth
defect that doctors believed
would render him mute,
Anthony Fedorov matured as
an artist in front of millions
every week on the hit TV
series "'American Idol."
His loyal fan base placed
him in the show's Top 4
alongside Carrie Underwood,
Bo Bice andVonzell Solomon.
Also performing in this
Equity production of "Joseph"
is a special chorus of more
than 30 local young people.
The Biblical saga of Joseph
and his coat of many colors
comes to vibrant life in this
delightful musical parable.
"Joseph's" award-winning
score by the legendary com-
posing team of Andrew Lloyd
Webber and Tim Rice
includes such classics as "Any
Dream Will Do" and "Close
Every Door."
To purchase tickets, visit
www.kingcenter.com, where
you can pick, pay and print
your tickets from the comfort
ofyour home or office.
You may also call the King
Center ticket office at (321)
242-2219 for tickets and infor-
mation.
Summer ticket office hours
are Monday through Friday,
noon to 4 p.m.

Florida artist
speaking at gallery
Sara Pedigo, last year's win-
ner of the 100 Percent Pure
Florida Art Show at the Fifth
Avenue Art Gallery will be
speaking to the public on
Saturday, June 18 at 1 p.m. at
the Fifth Avenue Art Gallery
in Melbourne.
Ms. Pedigo is a painter liv-
ing and working in St. Augus-
tine.
Her paintings and drawings
are mostly associated with
figurative realism, capturing
and interpreting moments of
the family history and south-
ern environment.
She is a recipient of the
Joan Mitchell Foundation
MFA Grant and has exhibited
throughout the United
States.
She will be discussing her
technique and the stories
behind her paintings.
Her show is on view until
Thursday, June 30.
The Fifth Avenue Art
Gallery is at 1470 Highland
Ave. in the Eau Gallie Arts
District of Melbourne.
For more information, call
(321) 259-8261 or visit
www.fifthavenueartgallery.c
om

'Leaving the Screen
Door Open' runs
through June 30
The Fifth Avenue Art
Gallery invites you to the
exhibit, "Leaving the Screen
Door Open."
Sara Pedigo was the winner
of the 100 Percent Pure Flori-


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Sara's work explores the
notion, that the very nature
of painting is based, to some
extent, in the creation of fic-
tional realties.
With this statement as a
starting point, she uses pho-
tographic references to cre-
ate representational paint-
ings that edit, embellish and
alter existing information to
create new images.
Her paintings use col-
oration, mark and texture to
create worlds that are both
out of the ordinary and based
in the familiar.
These painted images can
mix timelines, create hybrid
places, and allow moments
to exist that could not hap-
pen otherwise.
Painterly marks create visu-
al noise that overlap fore-
ground and background
information and promote
the sense of an altered
atmosphere.
Her childhood becomes
part of her mothers' or
grandmothers'; their lives
become fluid and are allowed
to mix through the act of
painting.
The exhibit runs through
Thursday, June 30.
The Fifth Avenue Art
Gallery is at 1470 Highland
Ave., Melbourne.
The gallery telephone num-
ber is (321) 259-8261.
For more information, visit
www.fifthavenueartgallery.c
om.

Create magical
pastel paintings
Tuesday evenings, begin-
ning June 21, have fun creat-
ing magical pastel paintings
with local artist Debi Petti-
grew with "Painting with
Pastels."
Learn how to paint wildlife,
animals, pets, landscapes,
seascapes, still life and por-
traits in the air conditioned
Art Education Center in the
Art Gallery ofViera.
The classes are 5:30-8:30
p.m. Cost is $75 for a four-
week session.
The Art Gallery ofViera is at
2271 Town Center Ave., Space
400, Viera.
For more information, e-
mail dpettigrew@cfl.rr.com.
or call (321) 749-1153.


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From page B1
take it a day at a time and
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direction in the hearts of
close friends and you will
continue to reap great
rewards. Great job.

Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22
See, it works when you
pace yourself. Remember
last week. This keeps you
balanced. You are calmer
and your spirit remains
strong. The extra energy
gained should be used to
keep your body, mind and
heart working a high level.
You have mastered life.
Keep this direction and
things will work out as if by
magic.

Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
Many new ideas keep com-
ing from your dream state.
It's very important that you
write them down. Who
knows? One idea could
give you back $1 million in
happiness. Refuse to listen
to others unless they share
your visions. Be careful
who you tell your deepest
secrets to.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Sagittarius is ruled by
Jupiter. Jupiter is the planet


of joviality and abundance.
Do things that are fun and
profitable. Then share with
and teach others how you
do it. Take care of the most
important details first. Less-
er things can wait. This is
not procrastination. It is the
wise use of your time. Hap-
piness depends on it.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Your love of life is at a new
high. It will continue to
increase. You feel at peace
with the world for the first
time in ages. Stay focused
and on the higher, easier
path. You have earned it.
Don't worry about the
small stuff. Now everything
you want will fall in place
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Out
From page B1
son, is a boy blessed with
prophetic dreams.
When he is sold into slavery
by his jealous brothers and
taken to Egypt, Joseph endures
a series of adventures in which
his spirit and humanity are
continually challenged.
Set to an engaging cornu-
copia of musical styles, from


country-western and calypso
to bubble-gum pop and rock
'n' roll, this Old Testament tale
emerges both timely and
timeless.
"Joseph" has an award
winning score by the legendary
composing team of Andrew
Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice
and includes such classics as
"Any Dream Will Do" and
"Close Every Door."
Performing in this production
will be a special chorus


comprised of children from the
Melbourne area.
"Joseph and the Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat" will be
at the King Center for the
Performing Arts at 2 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday, June 18
and 19.
The King Center is at 3865 N.
Wickham Road, Melbourne.
Cost is $28-$48, plus fees.
For tickets or more informa-
tion, call (321) 242-2219 or
visit www.kingcenter.com.


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Pianist
From page B1
music director.
"Aaron is quite amazing
to me," he said. "He under-
stands what I am doing, and
I understand and respect
what he's doing. He's a real
ambassador of music."
Pianist Jeffrey Biegel joins


was redone in high definition
in 2010.
Admission is free. Refresh-
ments will be served.
The event is sponsored by
the Cocoa Beach Surf Muse-
um.
For more information, call
(321) 868-1104.
'Music on a Sunday Afternoon'
at Cocoa Beach
"Music on a Sunday After-
noon" season finale features
Lathan Hudson and Sharon
Osuna at 2 p.m. Sunday, June
19 at the Cocoa Beach Public
Library.
Lathan Hudson enjoyed an
18-year songwriting career in
Nashville.
Artists who recorded his
songs include Barbra
Streisand, Dolly Partin, Emmy
Lou Harris and Linda Rond-
stadt, Tammy Wynette, B.J.
Thomas, Elvis Costello and
others.
Sharon Osuna combines folk
style singing and acoustic
guitar.
She plays original songs
featuring novel and humorous
lyrics and fun Florida themes.
She took honors in the 2007
Best New Florida Song Contest
held during the annual Will
McLean Festival.
The library is located at 550
N. Brevard Ave., Cocoa Beach.
For information, call (321)
868-1104.
Singers get patriotic on June 19
An American tapestry of
beloved American composi-
tions and patriotic tunes will
be presented on Sunday, June
19 at 3 p.m. at Riverside
Presbyterian Church, 3400 N.
Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach.
The free afternoon concert
will feature "Old American
Songs" by Aaron Copland, as
well "Hymn to the Fallen,"
"Battle Hymn of the Republic"
and other patriotic favorites.
Choral works will be
performed by the Space Coast
Oratorio Society, with accom-
paniment by the Space Coast
Symphony Brass Ensemble.
A free ticket is required for
the performance, available
online at
www.RiversidePres.org or by
calling (321) 525-7825.
Skate Camp 2011 at
Graffiti Skate Zone
The Graffiti Skate Zone camp
includes: personal instruction,
custom skate camp shirt, lunch
and snack daily, two free
drinks daily, mini skate contest
for campers, admission to
skate park all day and free
skate stuff.
Instruction is 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
for $99 per week.
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through Friday, June 24. Week
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Friday, July 1. Week 3 is
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140 Magnolia Ave., and on
June 26 at 3 p.m. at the
Community Church of Vero
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The 'Sound of Music'
at Satellite Beach Musical
Theatre Camp
The hills are alive with the
"Sound of Music" as presented
by the Satellite Beach Musical
Theatre Camp, 9 a.m. to 3
p.m., Monday through Friday,
June 20 through July 1.
Students are introduced to
the world of musical theatre in
this two-week class and learn
the basics of acting, singing,
choreography, props and
scenery.
The performance will be held
at the DRS Community Center
Gym at 7 p.m., Friday, July 1.
The DRS Community Center
is at 1089 S. Patrick Drive,
Satellite Beach.
Everyone seeking a speaking
or singing part must attend the
first day (audition day).
The camp is for ages 8-15.
cost is $108.
For information, call (321)
773-6458.
'Deadliest Catch'
coming to the King Center
The King Center presents an
AEG live production: "A Night
with Captain Sig and the
Hillstrand Brothers" from
"Deadliest Catch."
In this rare, live, interactive
event, the Bering Sea's
toughest crew swap stories as
they take the audience
through some of the roughest
situations the captain and crew
have ever had to face on the
high seas.
From the treacherous
weather and crew conflicts, to
the triumphs of the team,
Captain Sig and the Hillstrand
Brothers bring the intimate
world of crab fishing to a live
audience.
"Deadliest Catch" was
released to the public in 2005
and has been going strong
ever since, making it one of
the most popular shows in
Discovery Channel history.
For the first time, fans across
the country have a chance to
hear the stories behind the
show, view never before seen
video and partake in a
question-and-answer session
with cast members of "Dead-
liest Catch'."
Join in at 6 p.m. Friday, June
24 for the Picnic on the Patio
(weather permitting) and be
part of the show at 8 p.m. This
is an "Adult Content" show.
Tickets can only be pur-
chased by visiting
kingcenter.com or by calling
the King Center Ticket Office.
Tickets start at $29.50. Ticket
Office hours are Monday
through Friday, Noon to 6 p.m.
and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The King Center is at 3865
N. Wickham Road, Melbourne.
For information, call (321)
242-2219 or visit
kingcenter.com.


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Community calendar


SATURDAY, JUNE 18
* Central Brevard
Humane Society's adopt-
able pets events: Saturday,
June 18.
* 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. -
Molly Mutt II Thrift Shop,
728 E. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne
* 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. - Petco
at Hammock Landing, 205
Palm Bay Road, West Mel-
bourne.
All proceeds will go to help
provide care to the home-
less animals in Brevard
County.
For more information, call
(321) 636-3343 or visit
www.crittersavers.com.
* Princesses' Royal Ball:
Noon. Saturday, June 25.
Funtown, 1976 N. Wickham
Road, Melbourne.
All princesses are welcome
to attend the Royal Ball.
Princess attire is encour-
aged.
Admission is $17 with one
parent per child free. For
pre-sales prior to June 18,
admission is $15.
Admission includes: com-
plimentary drink and cook-
ie, craft time, visit from
princesses, games, face
painting, balloon making,
magic tricks, $2 game card
included and a free skating
pass for a future visit.
After the celebration, all
paid guests are welcome to
stay and enjoy all that Fun-
town has to offer.
For more information, call
(321) 253-4777 or visit
www.funtownfl.com.
* Arlington Cemetery
presentation: Noon. Satur-
day, June 18. Presbyterian
Church, Fellowship Hall,
106 N. Riverside Drive, Indi-
alantic.
There will be a potluck
lunch, followed by Power-
point presentation of histo-
ry, full honor service, per-
sonal reflections and a
questions and answers ses-
sion.
The presentation will be
by a retired Air Force chap-
lain with 20 years active Air
Force service who was sta-
tioned at Arlington National
Cemetery for three years as
senior Air Force chaplain
and was responsible for all
Air Force funerals and com-
mittal services.
For more information, call
(321) 723-8371 or (321) 724-
1955.

SUNDAY, JUNE 19
* Journey of water film: 1
p.m. Sunday, June 19. Barri-
er Island Center, 8385 S.
Highway A1A, Melbourne
Beach.
"The Cycle of Insanity -
The Real Story of Water" will
be shown on the big screen
in recognition of Father's
Day and International Surf-
ing Day.
This is a Surfrider Founda-
tion film.
For more information, call
(321) 723-3556 or visit
www.barrierislandcenter.co
m.

MONDAY, JUNE 20
* Free summer music
camp for children: 9-11
a.m. Monday through
Thursday, June 20 through
July 14. Church on the Rock,
4028 Babcock St., Mel-
bourne (across the street
from Palm Bay High


School).
The Melbourne Municipal
Band, in conjunction with
the Melbourne Police Ath-
letic League and 4 the Kids
of Brevard, is holding its
fourth Summer Youth Band
Music Program from June 20
through July 14.
The free music instruction
is open to all students
enrolled in sixth through
ninth grade who are inter-
ested in learning to play a
musical instrument, or who
already play a wind or per-
cussion instrument.
The MMB/PAL is paying
one month's instrument
rental fee and the cost of the
lesson book for beginning
students. Parents or
guardians are responsible
for the rental after the first
month.
Each student will receive a
50-minute group lesson
with a qualified teacher and
also will have playing time
as part of a band.
Students will present a
concert on the final day of
the program at 6 p.m. July 14
at the Melbourne Civic
Auditorium.
Additional information
and registration forms for
the summer program are
available by contacting Mr.
Martin by phone at (321)
724-0555 or (321) 956-2283,
or via e-mail at mmbpal-
syb@gmail.com.
Parents and students also
can visit the band's web site
at www.mmband.org and
click on the link at the bot-
tom of the home page to
access additional informa-
tion or an online registration
form.
* Space Coast Crew Sum-
mer Camps: 4:30-7 p.m.
Monday through Saturday,
June 20-25, July 18-22 and
Aug. 1-5. Oars and Paddles
Park, 1329 Banana River
Drive, Indian Harbour
Beach.
Space Coast Crew, a high
school rowing club open to
all Brevard students, will
hold the first of three "Learn
to Row" camps for rising
eighth graders and high
school students June 20-25
at Oars and Paddles Park in
Indian Harbor Beach.
No previous rowing expe-
rience is necessary, but par-
ticipants must pass a swim
test.
All participants will
receive a crew T-shirt.
Cost for the camp is $100.
A waiver is required.
Visit spacecoastcrew.org
and click on "Crew Camp"
for more information and to
download registration and
waiver forms.
You may also call Heather
Rogers at (321) 917-1856 or
Margot Cronk at (321) 242-
9304.
* Space Coast Writers'
Guild four-session class:
6:30-8 p.m. Monday and
Wednesday, June 20, 22, 27
and 29. Community Room,
The Fountains of Mel-
bourne, 4451 Stack Blvd.,
Melbourne.
Linda Jump, author of
"From Memories to Memoir
Using the Jump Start
Method," will lead the class.
Cost is $30 for all classes.
Classes are planned to be
sequential, with writing
assignments to be read and
shared each class.
Individual classes are $8
each.
For more information, call
(321)952-7422.


TUESDAY, JUNE 21
* Book Lover's Club: 1:30
p.m. Tuesday, June 21.
Barnes & Noble, 1955 W.
New Haven Ave., West Mel-
bourne.
Join the Book Lover's Club
to discuss different titles
with perspective.
This month's selection is
"In the Sanctuary of Out-
casts" by Neil White.
Book Lovers meet on the
third Tuesday of every
month, and meetings are
open to the public.
For more information, call
(321) 726-8817 or e-mail
crm2834@bn.com.

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WEDNESDAY,
JUNE 22

* Cape Canaveral Public
Library children's program:
Wednesday, June 22.
"One World, Many Sto-
ries," from Egypt will be fea-
tured.
Get all wrapped up play-
ing the mummy game.
Color your Egyptian mask.
Write your name in hiero-
glyphics.
Storytime is at 9:15 a.m.
for toddlers. Lap Time is at
9:55 a.m. for babies, and
storytime is at 10:30 a.m. for
3- to 5-year olds.
The film, "China: Dynas-
ties of Power," will be shown
as part of the adult program,
2-2:45 p.m. Thursday, June
23.
The Cape Canaveral Pub-
lic Library is at 201 Polk
Ave., Cape Canaveral.
For information, call (321)
868-1101 or (321) 868-1102.

UPCOMING EVENTS

* The 2011 Sea Turtle Fes-
tival Art and Wine event: 6-
10 p.m. Friday, June 24. The
Downtown Art Gallery, 335,
S. Washington Ave.,
Titusville.
The Downtown Gallery's
Art and Wine event this
month features sea-inspired
artwork by artists with
watercolors, acrylics and
artistic jewelry with sea
creature-inspired designs of
sea turtles, mermaids, sea
horses and starfish.
Meet Dianne Marcum,
author of the newly-
released Great Destination's
Book "Cape Canaveral,
Cocoa Beach & Florida's
Space Coast."
Pick up a signed copy and
learn firsthand about the
natural wonders and recre-
ation spots in Brevard
County.
Everyone is welcome to
this free event.
For more information, call
(321) 268-0122.
* Hospice of Health First
offers free volunteer train-
ing:
Learn how to make Bre-


vard County a better place
by training to become a hos-
pice volunteer on one of the
following training dates:
*Wednesday, June 29- 1-
4 p.m. Cape Canaveral Hos-
pital
*Wednesday, July 20 - 1-4
p.m. Cocoa Library
* Thursday, Sept. 1 - 1-4
p.m. Eau Gallie Library
* Tuesday, Oct. 4 - 1-4
p.m. Health First Training
Center
Hospice volunteers are
required to attend a sepa-
rate training session on a
date following their initial
orientation training.
Volunteer opportunities
include patient/family sup-
port, community outreach,
special events, clerical,
bereavement, transporta-
tion and pick up and deliv-
eries.
To reserve your space or for
more information about
Hospice of Health First Vol-
unteer Training, call the vol-
unteer coordinator at (321)
952-0494.
* Senior Day Camp at the
Wickham Park Senior Cen-
ter: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday
through Friday, July 5-8.
Wickham Part Senior Cen-
ter, 2785 Leisure Way, inside
Wickham Park.
The Wickham Park Senior
Center has announced the
fourth session of senior day
camp.
The dates for senior camp
are July 5-8.
Campers will meet at the
center at 9 a.m. and return
at approximately 4 p.m.
daily.
The fee for the four-day
senior camp is $81 for mem-
bers of the Wickham Park
Senior Center and $86 for
non-members.
The fee includes trans-
portation and admission for
four field trips.
Trips include: the Daytona
500 Speedway Experience in
Daytona Beach, the Morse
Museum of American Art
(Tiffany Museum) in Winter
Park, the National Presi-
dents Hall of Fame, the Cit-
rus Tower in Clermont and
Get Fired Up! Pottery Studio
in Downtown Melbourne.
Campers must bring
lunch or money to purchase
lunch at the attractions.
Senior Day Camp is co-


sponsored with Brevard
County Parks and Recre-
ation and all activities are
supervised by recreation
staff.
For more information, call
the Wickham Park Senior
Center at (321) 255-4496.
* Humane Society's Dog
Days of Summer Camp: 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday
through Friday, July 11-15
(first session) and July 25-29
(second session). Humane
Society, 1020 Cox Road,
Cocoa.
The Central Brevard
Humane Society will be
hosting its Dog Days of
Summer Camp for kids in
July for children 9 to 12
years of age at the Humane
Society in Cocoa.
They will learn about
responsible pet ownership
through hands on training,
humane treatment of ani-
mals and pet safety.
The cost per session is
$125 per child (includes the
official "Dog Days of Sum-
mer Camp" T-shirt).
Applications for the "Dog
Days of Summer Camp" can
be downloaded from the
Humane Society's web site
at www.crittersavers.com.
They will also be available
at the shelter in Cocoa and
at any of its four Molly Mutt
Thrift Shops, located in Mel-
bourne, Merritt Island, Palm
Bay and Rockledge.
Once the registration form
has been completed, please
mail it, along with your pay-
ment, to:
Central Brevard Humane
Society, "Dog Days of Sum-
mer Camp", 1020 Cox Road,
Cocoa, FL 32926.
All applications must be
received no later than
Wednesday, July 6 (for the
first session) and Wednes-
day, July 20 (for the second
session).
Space is limited to only 20
campers per session. So,
reserve your space today!
Both registration and pre-
payment are required to
participate in either session.
For more information or to
volunteer as a camp coun-
selor, contact Brenda Spakes,
volunteer coordinator with
the Central Brevard Humane
Society at (321) 636-3343 or
e-mail volunteer.coordina-
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Community notes


Brevard students
excel at International
Science Fair
Brevard was well repre-
sented at the 2011 Intel
International Science and
Engineering Fair with eight
of 10 BPS students coming
home with awards.
Held this year in May in
Los Angeles, the Intel Inter-
national Science and Engi-
neering Fair is the world's
largest pre-college celebra-
tion of science.
The fair brings together
nearly 1,500 students from
more than 40 nations to
compete for scholarships,
tuition grants, internships,
scientific field trips and
prizes.
Brevard's winners are as
follows:
* Second Place Biochem-
istry - Chad Harris, Palm
Bay High, cash award of
$1,500
* Third Place Environmen-
tal Management - Kristen
Clayton, Viera High, cash
award of $1,000
* Third Place Energy and
Transportation - Justin
Ramsaran, Palm Bay High,
cash award of $1,000
* Third Place Electrical and
Mechanical Engineering -
Spencer Tuttle and Dalton
Stanley, Palm Bay High, cash
award of $1,000, plus Spe-
cial Award of $15,000/year
scholarship for four years
* Fourth Place Electrical
and Mechanical Engineer-
ing - Rachel Aaronson,
Satellite High, cash award of
$500
* Fourth Place Microbiolo-
gy - Sangamithra Vardhan,


West Shore Junior/Senior
High, cash award of $500
* Special Award - Jacob
Kimmel, Satellite High,
$15,000/year scholarship
for four years
For questions, please con-
tact Ginger Davis, Science
Resource Teacher, at (321)
633-1000, Ext. 314.
Students win playing
the stock market
Brevard Public School stu-
dents proved they might be
sharks on Wall Street one


day by earning top honors
in the state's 2011 Stock
Market Game.
Brevard County student
teams competed recently
against other schools in the
state in the game.
A team from Manatee Ele-
mentary placed First in the
State in its division by mak-
ing the most money from
their investments, beating
out more than 2,000 other
teams and 9,000 participat-
ing students in the state.
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Religious bullies need our prayers


I recently spent the
afternoon working on a
sermon about the early
church, welcoming all who
are oppressed - and how
modern churches need to
do this, too.
After I finished the draft
and was leaving, a young
adult approached me at the
church door with another in
the car and asked, "Is it true
that this church accepts
people like me? I am
'Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual,
Transgender."'
Of course I told them
they'd be welcome and gave
them information about our
church and invited them to
visit.
Tears came to me on my
drive home that evening for
two reasons.
One is that a person's first
question to a church would
be "Is it true that this church
accepts people like me?"
It is upsetting that some
churches act as if God's
unconditional love is
conditional.
The second reason I had
tears is that the church I am
at strives to be about God's
unconditional love.
So without hesitation I
can respond to people who
ask if it is true our church


RELIGION /
SCOTT ELLIOTT





accepts people like them,
"Yes, we do!"
It's so wonderful that
there are religious commu-
nities (and we are certainly
not the only one) commit-
ted to unconditional love.
But not all religious folks
cotton to that very Biblical
notion.
My car was recently
vandalized with another
Christian's views of things
written in indelible ink over
our church rainbow
bumper sticker that right-
fully proclaims "God's Love
Has No Strings Attached."
My car has been written
on by the same Christian
vandal before.
Two banner versions of
the bumper sticker have
also been stolen from our
church property.
A giant car magnet was
also stolen from a member's
car this week, and a mem-
ber has even been yelled at
by an anonymous bully over
the bumper sticker.


Our church is not alone in
being victimized by reli-
gious bullies.
It's sad that some reli-
gious people attack others
like this, too ashamed of
their acts and too afraid of
their theology that they do it
stealthily and criminally
and in an ugly way.
And what a sad witness
this and other hateful
Christian conduct provides
to non-Christians (like the
passenger who discovered
the criminal mischief on my
car).
A Christian stealing and
uttering hateful, hurtful
words are powerful reasons
to be wary of walking into a
church.
Hateful religious folks
need our prayers - prayers
for forgiveness and prayers
that they experience God's
loving and comforting
presence in and out of their
churches, so that one day
they will no longer hate and
victimize those they
disagree with.
Won't you pray with me?

The Rev. Scott Elliott is the
pastor at Riviera United
Church of Christ in Palm
Bay. Visit Riviera UCC's
website at rivieraucc.org.


Notes
From page B7
Melbourne High School also
placed in the top three in
their High School division.
The Stock Market game
involves student teams
investing $100,000 in virtual
money in the stock market.
Students learn about prof-
it, loss, and how to research
a company's history. Stu-
dents worked in teams to
manage their own portfolio.
The awards ceremony
honored these savvy
investors.
The winning students
were awarded certificates
and medals, and the win-
ning schools will receive a
banner highlighting their
achievement.
For more informaiton, call
(321) 633-1000, Ext. 796 or e-
mail davis.christine@bre-
vardschools.org.

Schools participate
in Summer Food
Service Program

Brevard Public Schools
will participate in the Sum-
mer Food Service Program
during the months of June


ACROSS
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"Topper" films
7 Crow cries
11 Back from fore
14 Bard, in old
England
18 Pencil ends
20 "Step !"
21 Trifling amount
22 Kind of dollar
23 Herbal forecast?
25 Light
undergarments
27 Kazan
28 Type of
computer
29 Animation frame
30 " moi le
deluge"
31 The water, in
France
32 Chess call
33 Brogue,
for one
35 Smart
36 Normandy WWII
objective
38 Hamelin spice?
41 Obtain
42 Demi
44 "Today _
man"
45 Feline sports
name
47 Formed a lap
50 Sault Marie
51 Best of
Hollywood
52 Utah's state
flower
53 "Nightmare"
street
56 State an
equivalence
58 Sound off
59 Funny Bert
61 Sleep disorder
63 Twist
64 Menlo Park
name
67 Philatelic unit
69 Matinee
70 Wertmuller of
films
71 Greens' behest?
73 Fluff
74 and
Thummin
(scriptural
pairing)
75 Art Deco
designer
76 Maryland athlete
77 Bacchanalian
cry
78 Station
80 Heraldic green
82 Operatic
Merriman
83 Fall quaffs


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86 Infamous Idi movies 29 Rio beach, for short Dunces" author
88 Make a door ajar 125 Classified items 34 Blood-related 84 Privy to
90 Scamper 126 "Diary of 35 Two-master 87 Lion's share
91 Holy _ Housewife" 37 Hot compartment 89 Billiards
92 Barcelona baby 127 Church officials 39 " Ever See a establishment
boys Dream Walking?" establishment
94 Halloween cries DOWN 40 Unending 90 Return to office
95 Squashes 43 Brosnan TV role 93 Gussets
97 TV dance judge 1 Ward off 46 Gazelle 94 Downcast
Goodman 2 Ecclesiastical capes 47 Set apart 95 walsy
98 Herbal "Diff'rent 3 Roping gear 48 Got 96 Relished
Strokes" actress? 4 Incursion 49 Reject, veetabl 96 R
101 Undercover agt. 5 Artist Whatmore 49speject, vegetably 97 Surgical knife
104 Hound 6 Phantasm speaking? 99 Handsome man
106 Affair of honor 7 Grand Dam 51 Spring holiday 100 Loaned, for a
107 Raines or Fitzgerald 8 Part of A.D. 52 Rose of price
109 Cutlet meat 9 Airplane dimension 54 Philanthrop 102 Dist antce
111 Attach 10 Piggery Annenberg 102 Distant
112 Trouble 11 Out like a light 55 "The _ Falcon" 103 Liturgical singer
113 Removed the soap 12 Thwart 57 Texas shrine 104 Iraqi province
115 Atlanta arena 13 Cask 58 Stung 105 Not loc.
116 Desert menace 14 Ooze 60 _ Way, at 122 108 Antarctic cape
118 Showy engagement 15 Lithographers' Across 110 Speech difficulties
rings herb? 62 Heaped 110 Speech difficulties
120 Take ten 16 Express 65 Whirler 112 Timber
121 " Hear a Waltz?" 17 Versification 66 Corp. or sgt. 114 "La Douce"
122 Spanish Steps 19 Neurons'junction 68 Oscular gadget 117 Greek peak
locale point 72 Hemingway 118 Brother
123 Sycamore summit 24 Composer Erik 79 Summer coat 119 Elec. unit


and July.
Nutritionally balanced
meals will be provided to all
children regardless of race,
color, sex, disability, age or
national origin during sum-
mer vacation when school
breakfasts and lunches are
not available.
All children 18 years old
and younger, living in the
area of an open site, are eli-
gible for meals at no charge,
and there will be no dis-
crimination in the course of
the meal service.
The programs are only
approved for geographical
areas of need where 50 per-
cent or more of the children
qualify for free and reduced
price meals during the
school year.
Funding for this program
is provided by the federal
government through the
USDA. Brevard Public
Schools receives federal
reimbursement for meals
served at these sites.
Summer feeding sites that
are located at schools pro-
vide meals to all children 18
years and younger in the
immediate vicinity in addi-
tion to those enrolled in the
Summer Opportunities for
Acceleration and Remedia-
tion program.


For more information, call
(321) 633-1000, Ext. 796 or e-
mail davis.christine@bre-
vardschools.org.

Four county schools
have rankings in High
School Challenge List

Four Brevard schools have
been named to the High
School Challenge List (for-
merly Newsweek's Americas
Best High Schools list)
according to the Washing-
ton Post.
The schools are listed in
order of ranking:
*West Shore Junior/Senior
High-No. 78
* Rockledge High - No. 406
* Merritt Island High - No.
1,000
* Satellite High- No. 1,370
The Washington Post
annually surveys and ranks
approximately 27,000 high
schools across the country.
Public schools are ranked
according to a ratio involv-
ing the number of
advanced placement, inter-
national baccalaureate
and/or Cambridge tests
taken by all students at a
school and the number of
graduating seniors.
Just over 1,900 schools -
only six percent of all the
public schools in the United
States - made the list.
For more information on
the High School Challenge
rankings, visit the Washing-
ton Post at http://apps. wash-
ingtonpost. com/high-
schoolchallenge/.

Rover most
likely dead

NASA is ending attempts
to regain contact with the
long-lived Mars Exploration
Rover Spirit, which last
communicated on March
22, 2010.
The transmission that
ended on May 25, will be the
last in a series of attempts.
Extensive communica-
tions activities during the
past 10 months also have
explored the possibility that
See NOTES, B9


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It's more entertaining to watch the birdies, not the bogeys


As I sit here in my
recliner, awaiting the
tart of the United
States Open Championship,
I cannot help but wonder,
"Which United States Golf
Association will set up this
golf course this week?"
Will it be the common-
sense USGA that did such a
splendid job at Oakmont
back in 2007, or will we see
the USGA that seems bent
on embarrassing the best
players on the planet with
concrete greens and knee-
deep rough such as we
witnessed at Shinnecock in
2004?
If I were a betting man, I'd
go with the later. Far too
many times I have seen our
country's "keeper of the
game" turn our national
championship into a silly,
ego-driven farce.
I'm all for challenging the
best players in the world.
But what is more entertain-
ing? A Sunday filled with
bogey, double bogey, watch
a 5-foot putt roll 20 yards


off a cement-hard green? Or
this year's final round of the
Masters?
To the stodgy, must-have-
their-neck-tie-too-tight
men of the USGA, there is
nothing quite like watching
six or eight guys lose the
tournament and one guy
hang on. Me? I prefer
having three or five guys
making great shots to win it.
Give me the Masters any
day!
Yes, the USGA rightfully
wants to determine the best
overall player in the field.
The brass in Far Hills, New
Jersey feels, as do many of
us, that hitting the ball
where you are supposed to
should be rewarded.
Accuracy should be just as
important as length.


I will give them credit for
finally going with what is
called "graduated" rough.
This means that the guy
who misses the fairway by a
foot doesn't find himself in
the same deep, thick stuff as
the guy who missed by 20
yards. Don't get me wrong,
the rough is still brutal, but
it is setup to hurt the truly
wayward not just anyone
who misses the fairway.
What I dislike the most
about our national champi-
onship is the way the USGA
and many recreational
golfers seem to gloat at
watching the suffering that
the course's setup causes.
The USGA has this determi-
nation that par be a great
score, not just a measuring
stick. A few years back they
were almost giddy that not
a single golfer shot under
par for the final round. Do
you really think these guys
are that untalented? Or, is
the course simply too
tricked up and unplayable?
I fear that once again the


powers-that-be will manage
to embarrass our sport, the
best players and even
themselves. Anyone
remember the 18th hole at
Olympic where Payne
Stewart's 5-foot putt from
just above the hole rolled
over 40 feet to the front of
the green? How about the
15th at Bethpage in 2002?
The USGA set the hole up
so that any golfer who
couldn't carry the ball 250
yards into a 20 knot wind
from the tee was doomed to
playing from the deep
rough before the fairway.
Some players had to aim for
the cart path in the hopes of
getting a good lie to play the
ball from. Yep, that's a fair
way to sort out the best
players and determine our
National Champion.
The USGA needs to come


to grips with par not being
relevant. It needs to learn to
accept that birdies are part
of golf, and that setting up
the golf course to prevent
them is asinine. It becomes
silly when the best players
in the world cannot chip a
ball onto the green and
have it stay there, cannot
hold the green with a wedge
from the fairway and are
putting the ball off the
green. Set up a stern, but
fair, test of golf and let the
elements and the players'
skill determine what the
winning score will be.
Instead we get a group
trying to have the same
score win every year
without regard to the talent
or conditions.
I'm sure there are many of
you who feel that since the
entire field must play the


hole it is a fair test. I'll grant
you that, but if we cut the
fairways only five yards
wide and grew the rough to
four feet, as long as we
made everyone play it,
would you still consider it
golf? Or would it simply
become too silly to bother
watching?
I hope that as I sip my
favorite cold beverage this
weekend while watching
the U.S. Open, I'm treated
to some great golf shots and
not a cataclysm of one train
wreck after another.
But I won't hold my
breath.
James Stammer has been
an avid golfer and golf
enthusiast for nearly 40
years. He hosts the Thursday
Night Golf Show on WSTU
1450-AM. Contact him at
stammergolf@yahoo.com.


Notes
From page B8
Spirit might reawaken as the
solar energy available to it
increased after a stressful
Martian winter without
much sunlight.
With inadequate energy to
run its survival heaters, the
rover likely experienced
colder internal tempera-
tures last year than in any of
its prior six years on Mars.
Many critical components
and connections would
have been susceptible to
damage from the cold.
Spirit landed on Mars on
Jan. 3, 2004, for a mission
designed to last three
months.
For more information on
the Mars rovers, visit
http://www.nasa.gov/rover
s.

Schools receive 2011-
2014 Excellence in
Physical Education
Award

Brevard Public Schools has
announced that West Shore
Junior/Senior High, Atlantis
Elementary, and Westside
Elementary received the
2011-2014 Excellence in
Physical Education Award.
This distinction is given
annually to schools that offer
physical education pro-
grams of superior quality.
In preparation, schools
engage in a step process of
application, portfolio com-
pilation and review.
The portfolio review this
year was done by professors
from the University of West
Florida, followed by a site
visit from physical education
experts in the state, includ-
ing the department of edu-
cation physical education
specialist.
West Shore, Atlantis and
Westside bring our county
award total to 12.
For more information, call
(321) 633-1000, Ext. 796 or e-
mail davis.christine@bre-
vardschools.org.

NASA calls for
commercial sub-
orbital flight services
proposals

NASA is seeking proposals
for services from commer-
cial sub-orbital flight
providers and payload inte-
grators to support the
agency's Flight Opportuni-


ties Program.
NASA will award contracts
to multiple vendors capable
of providing payload inte-
gration and flight services
on commercial sub-orbital
reusable launch vehicles.
Each successful vendor
will receive an indefinite-
delivery, indefinite-quantity
contract.
This request for proposals
is a continuation of efforts
aligned with the NASA
Authorization Act of 2010,
with funding provided by
the fiscal year 2011 Continu-
ing Resolution.
For more information
about the request for pro-
posals, visit
http://go.usa.gov/rlq.

20th Annual 'Best
Pets of Brevard'
Calendar Contest

It's that time again for your
pet to "strike a pose!" So,
dust off your camera, set up
the lighting and get ready for
your pet to be an instant
celebrity or maybe even Mr.
or Mrs. September!
The Central Brevard
Humane Society is sponsor-
ing its 20th Annual "Best Pets
of Brevard" photo contest for
the 2012 calendar.
It is a chance to have your
critter (furry, feathery or
scaly) grace the cover of what
has become an annual tradi-
tion.
The cost for each entry is
$10 per "pet" photo. All pro-
ceeds from this fundraiser
will help to pay for food,
shelter and medical care for
thousands of homeless ani-
mals in the community.
To enter your pet into the
"Best Pets of Brevard" photo
contest, download a copy of
the 'Calendar Contest Entry'
form and rules by going to
www.crittersavers.com or
stopping by the Humane
Society, located at 1020 Cox
Road in Cocoa, or by visiting
any of the four Molly Mutt
Thrift Shops in the county.
For more information, con-
tact the Central Brevard
Humane Society at (321) 636-
3343 or visit www.critter-
savers.com.

New Agent Orange
disabilities

The Veterans Administra-
tion secretary recently added
Ischemic Heart Disease,
Parkinson's Disease and B-
Cell or Hairy Cell Leukemia to
the list of disabilities that will
be considered as service-con-
nected for veterans exposed


to Agent Orange, mostly in
Vietnam.
If your deceased spouse
died from one of the above
disabilities, you may well be
eligible for Dependency
Indemnity Compensation.
The current basic rate for
DIC is $1,154 monthly, tax-
free. If you believe you quali-
fy, please call theVA for assis-
tance. For additional
information, visit www.bre-
vardparkinsonsg.org.

Health First associates
help disaster victims

For the second time in just
over a year, Health First
associates pooled together
resources to help those suf-
fering from a natural disas-
ter.
They have raised a total of
more than $17,400 across
the organization to help
those who continue to suffer
from the devastating earth-
quake and tsunami that rav-
aged Japan earlier this year.
The money is being donat-
ed to the Mid-Florida Region
of the American Red Cross in
Brevard County to ensure it
reaches those who need it
most in the Japanese relief
and re-building efforts.
The American Red Cross
was chosen as the recipient
of the donations because of
that organization's ability to
effectively provide the assis-
tance most desperately
needed anywhere in the
world.
Call (321) 434-4359 or e-
mail elliot.cohen@health-
first.org.


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BCC, CBS,split plan, only
8 miles to ocean. Realty
USA, 305-607-7886
MELBOURNE- Great
home in Windsor Estates
3br/2ba/2cg, family room
formal living room
screened patio overlooks
lake, Ig master br & ba
glassed in shower,
roman tub, 2 sinks,
many extras, NEW a/c
$269,000 321-259-1550


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





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Place, Ig screened porch
with vinyl windows, gas MO !
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carpeting. Turnkey $165k
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gender identity, or ex-
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advertising which is in
violation of the law. All
persons are herby in-
formed that all dwellings
are available on an equal
basis.


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MELBOURNE Furnished
room, shared bath
kitchen privileges, utilities
included, owner has dog
$125/wk or $500/mo
321-626-6084
PALM BAY - Pool Home
female wishes to share,
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Sunny, Spacious, 55+
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2br/2Ba/2cp, doublewide
screened porch, shed
community heated pool
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ok $34,900. OBO. Call
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MELBOURNE- 1987,
14'X73' Skyline, 2br/2ba,
large screened porch, 3
ceiling fans, fenced back
yard great condition!
$15,000 321-242-6001,
255-1543 or 794-1543

OWNiIR FINAN(ING
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Lamplighter Village, Pets
ok. Newly renovated 2/2
carport, enclosed porch
workshop, all new appl's.
Pool, tennis, clubhouse.
$13,000. 321-255-0713
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smoking. 321-727-2423
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