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Godspeed, Atlantis. Good luck, Kennedy S pace Center. When Space Shuttle A tlantis lifts off its launch pad at Kennedy Space C enter scheduled for 11:46 a.m. on Friday -it will mark the end of an era. The Space Shuttle era will officially end with the 135th flight of the Space Transportation System (STS), more commonly known as the Space Shuttle. Cheers were expected to re verberate throughout F lorida and spread across the land as the Shuttle r oared into space for the final time. A tlantis' liftoff was expected to draw hundreds of thousands of people to witness the Shuttle take off for the last time. Fans have traveled from throughout F lorida and beyond in anticipation of the historic event. The Space Shuttle has been the iconic symbol of America's space program for the past 30 years," NASA spokesman Allard Beutel said. "We're going to miss the Space Shuttle. We've all grown up with it." A crew of four astronauts was scheduled to carry out the 12-day expedition to resupply the International S pace Station. Atlantis is scheduled to return to F lorida on July 20. The Shuttle's final voyage is not the end of America's manned space program. B ut it culminates a historic 30-year chapter in which the Space Shuttle has been the space program's primary vehicle, lifting off at Kennedy Space Center. C olumbia was the first ship launched, back in 1981, taking off as STS-1. S ince then, thousands of NASA staff members, astronauts, scientists, contractor workers and a va r iety of others have contributed to every expedition. The program utilized five orbiters -Atlantis, Challenger, Columbia, Discover and Endeavor. A sixth orbiter, Enterprise, was flown only during suborbital testing in 1977. Although the Shuttle's space exploration has enabled the United States to make scientific and technological advances, it has also been marked by unfathomable tragedy. The world mourned the tragic loss of Challenger's seven crew members, who perished on Jan. 28, 1986, when the orbiter exploded shortly after takeoff. At that time, President Ro nald Reagan told aLast Space Shuttle marks end of an era 669264 671086 MELBOURNE Spend any time surfing the Web and you are bound to find stories that are just too bizarre to be true. Here's a sampling, edited for length. Remember, just because it's online doesn't mean it's true! Fr om forbes.com : Ohio deputies:Woman sprayed us with breast milk A central Ohio woman accused of spraying sheriff's deputies with breast milk is facing charges including disorderly conduct. The Delaware C ounty sheriff's office says deputies responded to a call about a domestic dispute early Saturday, and a man told them his wife was drinking at a wedding ENTERTAINMENTB1 IN DEXGENERATIONCalendarB4 ClassifiedB9 Club SceneB1 Crossword B8 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Star Scopes B1 V iewpoint A6V ol. 7, No. 50 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, July 8, 2011 50% Gift Certificate Program50% Gift Certificate Program 50% Gift Certificate Programwww.hometownnewsol.com www.hometownnewsol.comCheck Daily for Specials See WE IRD, A3 H OW W EIRD IS THAT?!SE AN MCCARTHY Shuttle: A timeline of historyS ince the Space Shuttle first roared into space from F lorida in 1981, America's space program has known both triumph and tragedy. F or 30 years, people throughout the world have been filled with awe each time the Space Shuttle lifted into the sky, bound for outer space. He re is a timeline of historic moments of the S pace Shuttle program: J an.5,1972: Pr esident Richard Nixon and NASA administrator James F letcher announce that the U nited States will begin production of the Space S huttle spacecraft. The winged orbiter is the world's first reusable spacecraft. Ap r il 12,1981: S pace S huttle Columbia roars from the launch pad at C ape Canaveral ending a span of six years without an American astronaut traveling into space. C ommander John Young and pilot Robert Crippen flew on the two-day mission. J une 18,1983: S ally Ride becomes the first American woman to fly in space, serving as a crew member aboard Space Shuttle Challenger. A ug.30,1983: G uion S. B luford, an Air Force fighter pilot and Vietnam veteran, becomes NASA's first African-American astronaut. He logs three other S pace Shuttle flights. J an.28,1986: One of the greatest tragedies in American history occurs when Space Shuttle Challenger disintegrates 73 seconds into its flight. All seven astronauts are killed, including Christa McAuliffe, who would have been the first school teacher in outer space. "Sometimes painful things like this happen," President Ronald R eagan tells a mourning Sailing away Andy Stefanek/ staff photographerSkipper Ed Dangler of Melbourne sails his sailboat around the race course. The Space Coast Model Sailing Club sails its boats Wednesday and Saturday mornings at Wickham Park in Melbourne. Retired shuttle orbiters get new homes Though the era of the space shuttle has officially ended, NASA's fleet of shuttles will r emain on display at institutions throughout the nation and hopefully continue inspiring a new generation of engineers and explorers. On April 11, Charles B olden, NASA administrator announced the facilities where four shuttle orbiters will permanently retire. The shuttle Enterprise, the first test orbiter built that never flew, will be moved from its current location at the Smithsonian's National Air and Sp ace Museum in Virginia to the Intrepid S ea, Air and Space M useum in New York. The Discovery, which completed 39 missions in March, will be retired at the UdvarH azy Center at the S mithsonian National Air and Space Museum. The Endeavor, which flew its final flight in May, will go to the California Science C enter in Los Angeles. The orbiter, Atlantis, the historic last shuttle flight ever that will have completed 33 missions before retiring, will r emain close to home and be displayed at K ennedy Space Center V isitor Complex in T itusville.Former astronaut expresses thoughts on shuttle retirementLike many Americans,Cocoa resident, and re tired astronaut, Capt. J on McBride, is saddened by the ending of the space shuttle era, but said he hopes that what is in store for the future of space exploration will be bright. The U.S. Navy retired C apt. and pilot of the STS-41-G Challenger mission that launched from Kennedy Space C enter on Oct. 5, 1984, said he has "mixed emotions" about the shuttle program ending. As a young boy who grew up in West Virginia, C apt. McBride said he was fortunate to have parents who taught him that hard work and perseverance is the key to success. Throughout his career, he always believed that this, combined with an education, was what allowed him to become one of 500 people in 38 countries that have had an opportunity to see the world in what he described as "an incredible way." "M y career as an astronaut was the best job ever," said the 68-yearold. "I was blessed to have an opportunity to be able to travel in space on a vehicle that afforded me an opportunity to do what most aviators describe as the epitome of flight. 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M ost notably, the end of the NASA space shuttle program will have a substantial impact on job losses, the local economy and the future of space exploration. B ut the looming retirement will also have a substantial effect on media coverage in Brevard County. Fr om shuttle launches and landings to one-on-one interviews with NASA astronauts, several Space Coast journalists have had the privilege of covering this aweinspiring beat for many y ears. W ith a behind-the-scenes look at the program, their irreplaceable experiences are powerful enough to last a lifetime. He re 's what they had to say: News reporter D an Billow began his tenure with WESH 2 News Orlando in 1987. He has since earned three Emmy awards, including one for the station's coverage of the Shuttle Columbia accident in 2003. Throughout all of his coverage of the space program, one of Mr. Billow's most memorable moments was in 1998, when he experienced w eightlessness aboard a ze r o-gravity NASA KC-135 plane based in Houston. "F lying in weightlessness was the most fun I've ever had at work," he said. "It's a very serene feeling and a magical one, as well. Just push off a wall, and you can fly from one side to the other, just like Peter Pan. It's what every child dreams of doing." Mr. Billow's other Emmy award was given based on a documentary that included a video from the first TV camera to accompany NASA's final inspection team to the shuttle launch pad. "I was able to do something unique there, I think, and take viewers someplace new and dramatic," he said. "I believe I was the first one to treat the subject the way we did, with a camera attached to a team member. It 's one of my favorite moments because the launch pad is a very exciting place, even before liftoff a place only Kennedy Space C enter workers know." Another memorable space-related experience, Mr. Billow said, is when the shuttle lands in the morning and "banks gracefully toward the runway with contrails streaming off the wingtips." That might be my favorite image of the shuttle," he said. "All spaceships blast off, but only one lands so beautifully." In r egard to media coverage, Mr. Billow said the end of the shuttle program would be a big story on launch and landing day, and on July 22 and Aug. 1 when the workers will be laid-off. Then the story will rapidly fade because there will be few compelling daily events or incidents to keep it alive," he said. An anchor/reporter with N ews 13's Brevard County Bu r eau, Gr eg Pallone has been covering NASA shuttle launches since he started with the station in 2007. F or Mr. Pallone, the thrill of being 3.1 miles away from the launch pad when the shuttle blasts off is high on his list of favorite experiences. The rumbling sound of the engines only takes 10 seconds to get to the press site where we are based," he said. "Your clothes flutter, the sound is intense and the ship jumps off the pad. There's nothing like it." In addition to the launch experience itself, Mr. Pallone said that through the years, he has also made lifelong friends with many space center employees and fellow members of the media. In terms of the program's end, Mr. Pallone said the S pace Coast will face serious challenges in the near future, as a result of thousands of jobs lost and the economic r ipple-affect it will cause. The shuttle program has been a fixture on the Space C oast for three decades," he said. "There is no debating its impact on employment, tourism and the economy. The shuttle is an elegant, winged machine. Launches are spectacular; they are expensive, though." The mission being mandated for NASA now is to explore," he added. "Now is the time to ban together and get back to space explor ation." As part of the WKMG-TV Local 6 Orlando news team, Erik von Ancken got his start with the station by helping to cover the 2005 launch of S huttle Discovery, the first launch since the Columbia disaster. "I t was my first shuttle launch and probably my most memorable," he said. "F r om then on, I was hooked. I am fascinated by all things space and have the utmost respect for our men and women dedicated to exploring the unknown." After Columbia was lost during re-entry in 2003, NASA had everything on the line, and everyone knew it, Mr. von Ancken said. "I r emember the disappointment I felt from several earlier scrubs, and I remember the relief I felt, finally, at Tminus-zero-seconds," he said. "I may have even teared-up, overwhelmed with pride and patriotism, watching that magnificent site, having the privilege of witnessing it first-hand, so close the sights, the sounds, the feelings. It was amazing." As one of the biggest stor ies the Local 6 team has ever covered, Mr. von Ancken has already reported on numerous stories, focusing on the community that surr ounds Kennedy Space Center. "I t' s heartbreaking to see the devastating effects of losing nearly 10,000 jobs; and these are families who've given their entire professional lives to KSC," he said. "Sadly, most people tell us it will get worse before it gets better. Whatever happens, (we) plan to be there every step up the way." F riday, July 8, 2011 A2 MelbourneHometown News 663147The Ultimate Country LifestyleLeave behind the complicated and enjoy a wildlife sanctuary lifestyle. Build your dream home in the ultimate setting surrounded by Florida Deer, Bald Eagles, Wild T urkeys and exotics free to roam. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, July 8, 2011 Melbourne A3 Dr.Denture671190€ Quality Dentures € Reasonable Fees € Competitive PricesOne Day Service for Dentures, Relines and RepairsMEDICAID ACCEPTED321-259-1949Call for appointment313 N. BABCOCK ST. € MELBOURNE FREE Try-Ins10%OFFAll Dentures For VeteransFL Lic# 10444 656388 652829 Drivers get one-year pass on red-light camerasY ou might get a $158 traffic ticket next year if you r un a red light in Melbourne. Or you might not. The City Council voted to approve automatic red-light cameras for major Melbourne intersections. How ever, the council voted to delay installing the cameras for one year. The one-year delay in installing the cameras will allow the issue to play out in the Florida legislature, which may vote to ban the cameras. The legislature debated the issue in its previous session, but did not vote on the matter. The Council voted 5-1 to approve the red-light cameras, but to put off installing them for a year. Mo re than a dozen r esidents said they opposed the cameras because the cameras are intended to generate revenue, and do not allow motorists any leeway involving driving conditions such as inclement weather, roadway conditions, or traffic flow. R esidents pointed out that many red-light camera tickets are generated for r ight-turn-on-red violations even when there is little traffic. How ever, most council members said the automatic cameras improve safety without requiring more police officers to monitor traffic. The council also voted to consider adding one second to yellow lights to allow motorists more time to travel through intersections thus reducing the risk of a r ed light violation. M elbourne resident S hane Flowers said he is against red-light cameras, even though his father is a former police officer, and even though his grandparents were injured when their vehicle was struck by a r ed-light runner. "M y family was tragically touched by a red-light r unner a few years ago," Mr. Fl ow ers said, explaining that his parents suffered serious injuries in the crash. That being said, I am vehemently against the use of red-light cameras," Mr. Fl ow ers said. "It violates my F ifth Amendment rights as a citizen to confront my accuser." Mr. Flowers said private companies -rather than municipalities -gain financially by contracting out camera systems. In addition, Mr. Flowers said, the cameras also benefit insurance companies, which can raise drivers' r ates if they are cited for violations. Mr. Flowers said studies show that increasing the duration of yellow lights by a single second can decrease injuries by 80 percent. O ther opponents said the cameras do not identify the accused, just the defendant's vehicle. C ouncilman Mark LaRusso cast the only vote against approving the redlight cameras, and Councilman Greg Jones was absent. M att Nye, who organized opposition to the cameras, told the council he sent thousands of e-mails to people regarding the issue. When you look studies, they do not show a definitive improvement in safety," Mr. Nye said. Howev er, Mr. Nye acknowledged that cameras have led to a decrease in serious "T-bone" accidents, in which motorists are broadsided by drivers ru nning red lights. B ut Mr. Nye said the cameras have caused an increase in less-serious r ear-end collisions, in which motorists stop suddenly to avoid running a red light and getting a ticket. Mr. Nye said red-light cameras may be doomed because of the expense cities may have to shell out to prosecute cases in court. "W ith all the expense, political and legal ramifications, I cannot fathom why the council would risk installing the cameras when there is a real possibility they will have to remove them later," Mr. Nye said. V iera resident Barbara Knick said she drove and hit him before locking herself in a car. The sheriff says deputies found the woman in a car and tried to talk with her, but she didn't cooperate. He says when deputies tried to remove her, she said she was a breast-feeding mother, then exposed part of her chest and sprayed them with breast milk. Authorities say 30-year-old Stephanie R obinette of Westerville faces charges including domestic violence, assault, disorderly conduct and r esisting arrest. Fr om msnbc.msn.com : S tate to dead man:No need for jury duty A Massachusetts man facing a criminal complaint for failing to appear for jury duty apparently had a good excuse. He's been dead for five years. S tate Deputy Jury Commissioner John Cavanaugh said last week that the state will not proceed with serving a criminal complaint against Michael W ylie. The late Georgetown r esident was issued a notice to serve on jury duty five y ears ago but at the time he was in hospice care and had terminal cancer. He died a few months later but the commission continued to send letters about his failure to report. Wylie's family says they tried to tell authorities that he had died but officials say the family never sent a death certificate. Fr om thephora.net: Fo r getful cop leaves rifle on trunk of car The Seattle Police Department is apologizing for an assault rifle left unattended on the back of a patrol car M onday night, and has launched an investigation into the matter. First published by The Stranger, N ick Gonzales snapped a picture of the menacinglooking rifle on the trunk of a Seattle Police car. It was around 9 p.m. and the car was parked outside the R oosevelt Hotel, near Pine and 7th Avenue, with no police officers in sight, said Gonzales. In addition, after an officer got back into the patrol car, it was driven away with the rifle still on the trunk. A woman also saw the rifle and followed the car to try to get the officer's attention. Gonzales said he flagged down two more SPD officers on bicycles to tell them what he saw. As he described, they were "shocked as hell." Tw o more witnesses alerted police to the situation. In r esponse, the director of the SPD Office of Professional A ccountability said in a statement, "It is unacceptable that a rifle was left unattended on a patrol car and people should expect more from their police department." The commander of the West Precinct has begun the investigation, said the SPD. Fr om sunjournal.com : M an has heart attack in M aine heart disease class A Maine cardiologist and aW eirdF rom page A1By Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.comSee CAMERAS, A7 See WE IRD, A7

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ing the vast oceans and land masses from afar, not to mention the fact that I worked with some of the most inspiring and educated people in the world only begins to describe the experience I had as an astronaut." C apt. McBride, who has flown more than 40 different types of aircraft and was scheduled to command the STS 61-E Challenger mission in March of 1986 that never launched, said though the downside of his career was when he lost four of his best friends and colleagues in the failed January 1986 Challenger explosion, he always had the belief that America would remain strong as a leader in space technology and bounce back, even after that tragic day. Throughout the last 20 y ears, the shuttle program did just that. C apt. McBride, who is now the vice president of operations at Kennedy S pace Center Visitor C omplex and a member of the Astronaut Encounter team, does lectures and corporate motivational speaking at the facility. "I tell the youth today that they must think ahead five to ten years out and set goals for themselves," he said. After 135 flights, the shuttle program will always have a place in history." C apt. McBride, who commended president J ohn F. Kennedy for his visionary leadership in making the space shuttle program a reality, said he hopes future leaders will do the same. Though I do not know the immediate future of the space program," he said, "I do believe that space flight must remain a priority for America, and my hopes are that whether the new vehicle future astronauts will travel in will be designed by corporate America or by NASA, it will be as great and as reliable as what I will always remember as, My baby, the Challenger.'" F riday, July 8, 2011 A4 MelbourneHometown News 671193Dental Insurance W elcomeMon-Tue-Thu 7:30-5:30 W ed 12:30-7:30723-0938917 S. Wickham Rd. € W. Melbourne € 32904 Got A Dental Problem?Bring your prior file/xrays for a FREE 2nd opinion. 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Floridians are finding their technical skills are no longer needed. Private enterprises from throughout the nation are supplanting unmanned missions once dominated by Kennedy S pace Center. This is going to be a very, very sad time," said M elissa Stains, president and CEO of the Cocoa B eachRegional Chamber of Commerce. This is the end of an era. The Space Shuttle had its birth, adolescence and adulthood right here in our backyard," Ms. S tains said. W ith the Space Shuttle mothballed, organizations such as Brevard Wo rk force and the Economic Development C ommission of Florida's S pace Coast (EDC) have r allied to preserve jobs and careers. Those organizations, along with Chamber of C ommerce branches in Br evard County, are providing multiple r esources -including job r eferrals, training, Internet-based resources and local job fairs. NASA spokesman Allard B eutel said Kennedy S pace Center jobs have dwindled because NASA is undergoing a "fundamental shift in the way it does human space flight." Mr. Beutel said NASA's goal is to separate manned flights from unmanned cargo missions. "W e' re looking to private companies to resupply the International S pace Station, instead of having the Space Shuttle taking large cargo into space," he said. "S eparating our crew from our cargo is a lesson that came from the C olumbia accident in 2003." Mr. Beutel acknowledged: "There's no question it's a tough time" for space-related workers. "I f you're not ready to re tire, and you want to r emain in Brevard County and in the aerospace industry, it can be a difficult time," he said. "T he jobs are starting to come in, but they're obviously not there right now." Tr udy McCarthy, EDC senior director of operations, said in a written statement that the economic impact of K ennedy Space Center in 2009 was $4.3 billion in F lorida including $3.3 billion in Brevard County. The money that NASA spends in Florida to support its space missions and other research activities represents an enormous injection into the economies of Brevard C ounty and the state of F lorida," Ms. McCarthy said. Ms. McCarthy pointed out that when the Apollo program ended in 1975, 10,000 people left the area out of a population of 230,000.With the population now at 536,000, "B re va rd is less dependent on space center jobs than it was during the A pollo era, when one person in 10 worked at the space center," she said. While today's transition is definitely challenging, the focus on diversifying the economy over the past 35 years will serve to mitigate the impact," Ms. McCarthy wrote. NASA has been working at the local, state and federal levels to create job opportunities in Brevard C ounty since it began planning the Shuttle's phase-out in 2004. The Office of Personnel Management is putting on a very large job fair in Cape Canaveral at the end of July, with dozens of private companies, some that will offer jobs on the spot," Mr. B eutel said. Another NASA spokesperson, Lisa Ma lone, said that in 2008, K ennedy Space Center had about 15,000 employees. It will have about 8,200 workers after postS huttle layoffs. "O ver the next five y ears, we should be back to the 10,000 range," Mr. B eutel said. "But the question is, Are the people here able to stay and find work temporarily?' That becomes a very personal choice." Ms. Malone said that while NASA is transitioning to private launch companies, "it's up to companies as to who they hire." Ms. Malone pointed out that upcoming unmanned missions to Mars, Jupiter and the moon -which will launch this year -are signs that he space mission is intact. Bu t Ms. Stains said that when NASA laid off 450 people eight weeks ago, only four were hired by a private company. The private sector doesn't need as many employees as the government sector because they're not working on human transportation, because that's not where the money is," Ms. Stains A stronautF rom page A1nation. "It's all part of taking a chance and expanding man's horizons." S ept.29,1088: After Sp ace Shuttle flights are suspended for 32 months, American astronauts return to space. NASA makes hundreds of design changes. Space Shuttle D iscovery carries a fivemember team into space. Ap r il 24,1990: The H ubble Telescope is launched into space aboard Sp ace Shuttle Discovery. Hu bble's first images were out of focus due to a flaw, but follow-up missions fix the shortcoming. Hubble then provides a treasure trove of extraordinary images. J une 29,1995: S pace S huttle Atlantis docks with Mi r. It is the first of many shuttle missions to the R ussian Space Station, and the first in-orbit exchange of shuttle crew members. No v. 19,1996: C olumbia lifts off for a mission that lasts 17 days and 16 minutes, the Shuttle's longest yet. Earlier in the y ear, a Columbia's mission lasts 16 days, 22 hours. Oc t. 29,1998: At the age of 77, U.S. Sen. John Glenn, one of the seven original Me r cury astronauts, returns to space aboard Space S huttle Discovery. He becomes the oldest person to fly into space. Fe b. 1,2003: A great tragedy occurs when Space S huttle Columbia breaks apart over the Texas skies during re-entry. The accident is blamed on a piece of insulation that broke off during takeoff and hit Columbia's wing. Seven astronauts are killed, and it will be two years before the next Shuttle flight. J an.14,2004: Pr esident George W. Bush announces the "Vision for Space E xploration" program, which plans to return humans to the moon by 2020. President Obama later vows to send astronauts to Mars and back. But the space program remains in flux. J uly 26,2005: S pace S huttle Discovery leads the way as the Shuttle returns to space. Insulating foam from an external tank breaks off, creating a scare. B ut the flight is successful. S ept.9,2006: S pace S huttle Atlantis returns to space as assembly of the I nternational Space Station r esumes. Atlantis delivers a 17-ton segment and solar panel wings to the space station. Three space walks are required during the mission. J uly 8,2011: S pace S huttle Atlantis was scheduled to lift off at K ennedy Space Center for the historic last mission of the Space Shuttle program.TimelineF rom page A1Area strives to rebound from loss of thousands of jobsBy Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.comSee EC ONOMY, A5 Save Money,Eat OUT!Save Money,Eat OUT! www.hometownnewsol.com 50 % OFFGift Certificates50 % OFFGift Certificates ClassifiedCHECK OUT THE www.HometownNewsOL.com

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Alexander, 47, of 3016 Savannah Way, Melbourne, was charged June 25 with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and petit larceny. Simone Helen Brunty, 43, of 1024 Highway A1A, S atellite Beach, was charged J une 25 with possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Terence Allen Kitchens, 26, of 2073 Stewart Road, M elbourne, was charged J une 26 with felony child abuse and felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Anthony James BrownBe r told, 20, of 3122 Scallop Lane, Melbourne, was charged June 28 with aggrav ated battery with a deadly w eapon and criminal mischief-property damage. Sean L. Fisher, 32, address unknown, was charged June 28 with petit larceny. William J. Manko, 52, of 292 Erin Lane, Rockledge, was charged June 28 with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and resisting arrest without violence. Shunneta L. Tolivert, 41, of 2829 Colbert Circle, Melbourne, was charged June 30 with simple assault on an officer/firefighter/EMT.Titusville P olice Department Jason Eugene Ferrell, 29, of 2647 Burns Ave., Melbourne, was charged June 26 with petit larceny, attempting to solicit/conspire, two counts of unarmed burglary of an unoccupied conveyance and two counts of possession of burglary tools with intent to use.W est Melbourne P olice Department Monica Audrey Pendarvis, 41, of 3030 Nancy St., We st Melbourne, was charged June 27 with armed burglary of a dwelling/structure/conveyance and grand theft of a firearm.Brevard County Sheriff's Office Nicole D. Grubbs, 17, of 427 Valencia Road N.W., M elbourne, was charged J une 24 with armed robbery. Thomas V. Bailey, 25, of 2090 Belmont Way, West M elbourne, was charged J une 25 with possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to sell and possession of drug paraphernalia. Robert Gerard Cahall, 25, of 901 Hickory St., Melbourne, was charged June 25 with violation of probation, on-site violation of probation, driving while license suspended, refusing to submit to a balance test, hit-and-run-leaving the scene of an accident, hitand-run involving an unattended vehicle, fleeing/attempting to elude a police officer, kidnapping, grand theft, resisting arrest without violence, driving under the influence and three counts of felony driving under the influenceproperty damage. Kenneth James O sbourne, 29, of 901 Hickory S t., Melbourne, was charged June 25 as a habitual traffic offender driving on a suspended license, with possession of cocaine with intent to sell, possession of cocaine, selling cocaine, two counts of selling narcotics, two counts of possession of narcotics with intent to sell and two counts of possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Shannon Devon Walker, 32, of 507 Walker St., Melbourne, was charged June 25 with failure to report as a sexual offender. Taylor Munsley, 22, of 2179 Caledonia Place, Melbourne, was charged June 26 with armed robbery. Latardra Jennings Walker, 35, of 3222 Lipscomb St., M elbourne, was charged J une 26 with fraud-failure to r edeliver hired/leased property. Cory Robert Lemke, 33, of 2054 Mobile Land Drive, M elbourne, was charged J une 27 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling, larceny, failure to appear and felony violation of probation. Jonathan Toler Beherns, 40, address unknown, was charged June 28 as an outof-state fugitive. Angela Sue Grant, 40, of 4651 Eau Gallie Blvd. W., M elbourne, was charged Ju ne 28 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Joanne Marie Paez, 50, address unknown, was charged June 28 with aggrav ated battery causing bodily harm and attempting to solicit/conspire. Christina Mojica, 34, of 161 Beth Lane, West Melbourne, was charged June 30 on an out-of-county warr ant. 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. Mr. Bolden said the decision to retire the space shuttles in these locations was a difficult one, but one that was made with the American public in mind. More than 29 museums, science centers and visitor centers were initially in the running. "I n the end, these choices provide the greatest number of people with the best opportunity to share in the history and accomplishments of NASA's remarkable space shuttle program. These facilities we've chosen have a noteworthy legacy of preserving space artifacts and providing outstanding access to U.S. and international visitors." A brand new 64,000square-foot hall, planned to be constructed at KSC, will allow the orbiter to be displayed in flight and give viewers an up close experience to see how the vehicle actually worked in space. The payload doors will be open and the r obotic arm will be extended so that the shuttle will appear as if flying," said Bill Moore, chief operating officer of KSC, in a press release several months ago. NASA also announced in April that hundreds of shuttle artifacts have been allocated to museums and education institutions. Va r ious shuttle simulators will go to the Adler P lanetarium in Chicago, the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum of Mc M innville, Ore., and T exas A&M's Aerospace Engineering Department. The flight deck pilot and commander seats from several of the retired shuttles will go to NASA's J ohnson Space Center in H ouston, and orbital maneuvering system engines will go to the U.S. S pace and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Ala., and the National Air and Sp ace Museum in Washington. At the celebration of the 30th anniversary of NASA's first space shuttle flight held at KSC in April, Mr. Bolden expressed his thanks to all the locations that expressed an interest in one of what he said we re national treasures," and added that the facilities chosen have a noteworthy legacy of preserving space artifacts and providing outstanding access to U.S. and international visitors. OrbitersF rom page A1said. The money is on delivering the payloads," she said. Ms. Stains said one drawback to granting space access to private companies is that they may have "p ro prietary" rights to their discoveries. In addition, she said, the cost of an American hitching a ride with another nation's crew is about $68 million per seat. Ms. Stains said she would miss the Shuttle because the technology for everything from cell phones to artificial limbs resulted from manned Shuttle experiments. "E veryone knows about Tang and Velcro," Ms. S tains said. "But manned exploration gave us digital mammograms, CAT scans, pacemakers, automobile insulation, cancer detection devices, cordless power tools, corrosion-resistant paint, improved radial tires, and insulin pumps." EconomicF rom page A4

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A6 Melbourne THIS WEEKS LUCKY THIS WEEKS LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLE If This is your license plate go to the nearest HTN Office to verify by noon Tuesday.CONGRATULATIONSto Last Weeks Winner,Dolores Dobson GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY!Stop by ANY office or CALL!!!WIN $100-$1000 I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013 INDIAN RIVER CO. 772-569-6767MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 671155 One journalist's memories of the space shuttle eraIt' s not about spinoffs. It 's not about experiments. It's not even about jobs. It 's about leading the way. It's about the Final Fr ontier. About the adventure, the beauty, and the risk of spaceflight. That's what space shuttle flights mean to me. I approach every shuttle launch with a mixture of dread and anticipation. I've covered more than a hundred launches for WESH-2. Memories of the worst are inseparable with memories of the best. I've seen what can go wrong when rocket engines ignite or when a shuttle lands, and I can't forget those things as I approach the launch of Atlantis on STS135. N or can I forget the serene feeling of weightlessness, which I experienced on a NASA training flight. I'll always feel privileged to call people like Story Musgrave, Bob S ieck, and the late Guenter W endt my friends. And I can't forget the beauty: the orange and white smoke and steam clouds of liftoff, the amazing blue of the Earth seen from space, and the contrails streaming off the wingtips of a landing orbiter in the morning sun. I love the drama of the shuttle's predawn final inspection, when a small team peers through the v apor clouds that hiss from the engines and relief vents of a fueled shuttle. The space shuttle is the most successful but least appreciated spacecraft of all time. Flying the shuttle for 30 years is an extraordinary, even stunning accomplishment on the part of the technicians and engineers of the Kennedy S pace Center. And when I talk to them about the end of the Space Shuttle Age, they don't lament their o wn loss of income. They don't talk about their mortgage payments or their children's college funds. They talk about losing world leadership in space exploration. They talk about a retreat from the F inal Frontier. They talk about dismantling the most talented team of space professionals ever assembled. So that's what I'll miss: the vision. The true believers who process and launch the shuttle are sure that they are on the doorstep of the future. They, too, love the adventure and the risk and the beauty of spaceflight. No w we're left with a lot of memories and a lot of knowledge. And both will fade unless we keep using them. D an Billow is the space r eporter for WESH 2 News. H ometown News and WESH are media partners. WESH 2 NEWSD AN BILLOW Drug testing in Florida?U nder a new measure, anyone seeking state welfare assistance would have to submit to and pay for a drug test. B eing poor is somehow synonymous with lawlessness and moral weakness, as if people in need of financial assistance are inherently susceptible to drug use and addiction? They're poor; therefore, they must be out boozing and drugging, the prejudicial thinking seems to go? I say test our representatives in Tallahassee starting with Rick Scott and don't reimburse them, as if they don't ever drink excessively at a party and dare to smoke an occasional joint? Who cares what they do on their private time? So r ich people can, and poor people can't? N either do I care what my government-worker neighbor is doing on his own time drinking, smoking, etc. Let's mind our own business and keep government out of it. W elfare drug testing is nothing more than a slap in the face to Florida's neediest.Not taken care of'I've lived in this city about 13 years, and at the end of last y ear they paved three different roads that didn't need it. Then they put in a sidewalk, which didn't need it. Then they got the 4-foot right-of-way from the road to the Got something to say? Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at (321) 242-1276or e-mail brevnews@hometownnewsol.com. C allers are asked to refrain from making slanderous statements.Statements of fact will be checked for accuracy. VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, JULY 8, 2011 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM Musical tributeRalph Moorhouse of Melbourne, Art Martin of W est Melbourne and L en Fallen of Melbourne delight the crowd with their music as part of the Eau Gallie Dixieland Band. The band played during 3rd Annual StarSpangled Event in conjunction with the First Friday Art Walk on F riday July 1. The Eau Gallie Arts District Main Street Organization presented the holiday event which included an apple pie baking contest, a plein air painting contest and a farmers market.Andy Stefanek staff photographer sidewalk, which is the city's. They sodded it; and to this day they have not cut it, and they have weeds growing up to peoples' mailboxes. And I just can't understand why the people who live on that street don't complain about it. It's a nice street. There might be three houses on the street where, when they cut their grass, they cut that area, and the rest is well, yo u' d have to ride down the street to really see it. It seems like all the money they blew on the roads that they would want to upkeep and keep this going. I don't understand if the people don't know how to complain about it, or if they think they will be charged for it or if they just plain don't care.The Pineda extension to I-95I want to rave about the opening of the extension to I-95, and thank Mr. Duda and family for his futuristic views, donations of monies and land. It is great, and in my opinion, there seems to be less traffic on Wickham Road. We are so fortunate to be living in Suntree, Viera and Breva rd C ounty. Thank you, Mr. Duda, for all you do.Impeach ObamaWe must impeach Obama, He has legally gone against our C onstitution of the United States. The majority of the people did not want the health care, which is bankrupting the United States. U nemployment is 9.1 percent, probably 19 percent if Obama counted the people without jobs, who have stopped trying to find employment because there is none. He has orchestrated the uprising to the Middle East by promoting the Muslim brotherhood, which is connected to the Nazi party. He is not a friend of Israel. He is promoting the Palestinians. O ur debt is almost $15 trillion. We, the people, keep saying stop spending our money." He does not listen. Impeach him. We must.Sun Rail to fleece Florida taxpayersI just can't believe it! I have spent my whole life fighting against government corruption, special interests, shady politicians, and I thought I had seen it all. B ut as you read this, the largest "bait-and-switch" scheme in the history of Florida is now taking place. I hope I got your attention because we need your help to defeat Sun Rail now! We have received an advance copy of the Sun Rail "Full F unding Grant Agreement," which was obtained from the feds. It re veals a blatant attempt to fleece Florida taxpayers. Are you ready for this? The "limited" award from the feds for Sun Rail does not guarantee a full 50 percent federal funding match as originally advertised. It re quires Florida taxpayers to pay for all cost overruns without federal help. And, if the Sun Rail project is not completed as demanded by the feds, Florida must return 100 percent of all federal funds provided under the grant. All I can say is "Whoa!" It is now obvious why all the requests for a copy of the grant award were unsuccessful for so long. It is now obvious why we were met with the response that this important funding agreement "could not be revealed until after the deal is done." If y ou are a Florida taxpayer, there are many problems for y ou in this grant award. F irst and foremost, the concept of "full funding" that is proudly displayed in the title of this document is not guaranteed in the body of the agreement. In addition, the state must accept all responsibility for cost ov erruns without the aid of the federal government. And, if the project is not completed according to the specific terms of the agreement, the state will be in default, and the federal government may demand a return of 100 percent of the federal funds provided. This is not exactly in the interests of Florida taxpayers! T ime is running out, and we only have a short window to stop this dastardly scheme and show Gov. Scott that the taxpayers oppose Sun Rail.Ex-Americans should not come backWhen our citizens express admiration for someone who makes his fortune in the United States and then renounces their citizenship to avoid paying taxes on that fortune, one wonders where we are headed as country. My understanding is that the ex-American can then return to the United States for extended visits. We need a law that prohibits the return of any citizen that r enounces their citizenship. We also need to stop admiring them and start treating them as they deserve as ex-Americans.Holmes Heart Center laudedA recent medical emergency took me to the Holmes R egional Heart Center Trauma Unit as a patient. The 911 emergency service provided by Melbourne Beach police, Fire and EMS and the Brevard County paramedics was magnificent. W ithout hesitation may I say that the professional attitude and efficiency displayed by all was absolutely efficient and professional. Each and every one who was involved was well-trained, efficient and courteous. My family was also well-treated at Holmes Heart Center Tr auma Unit. The staff involved in my care were courteous, considerate and definitely professional. This includes all the nurses, aides, administrative staff and Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 11 02 South U.S. 1, Fort Pierce, FL 34950 Copyright 2011, Hometown News L.C.Phone (321) 242-1013 Fax (321) 242-1281Classified (321) 242-0442 1 -800-823-0466 Rants & Raves (321) 242-1276Circulation 1 -866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comMELBOURNEV oted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. Steven E. Erlanger . . .Publisher and C.O.O. Jim Kendall . . . . . .C.E.O. Lee Mooty . . . . . .General Manager/CFO V ernon D.Smith . . . .Managing Partner Philip J. Galdys . . . .VP/Director of Operations T ammy A. Raits . . . .VP/Managing Editor Robin Bevilacqua . . .Human Resources Michele Muccigrosso .National Accounts Manager Carl Guffin . . . . . .Major Accounts Consultant Chris Smith . . . . . .Regional Manager Te rrence Hart . . . . .Advertising Consultant Steve Diana . . . . . .Advertising Consultant Carol Pafort . . . . . .Advertising Consultant Chuck Stephenson . .Advertising Consultant S ylvia Montes . . . . . . . . .Sales/Administrative Asst. Mercedes Lee-Paquette . . . .Production Manager Rita Zeblin . . . . . . . . . .Pagination Manager P atricia Snyder . . . . . . . .Director Classified AdvertisingAnna Snyder-Vasquez . . . . .Classified Consultant Carol Deprey-Zelenak . . . . .Classified Consultant Debra Ekblom . . . . . . . .Classified Consultant Amber Feldman . . . . . . . .Classified Consultant Dolan Hoggatt . . . . . . . .Circulation Manager T iffany Robertson . . . . . . .District Circulation Manager Andy Stefanek . . . . . . . .Staff Photographer T ammy Roberts . . . . . . . .Senior Staff Writer Sue DeWerff . . . . . . . . .Staff Writer Michael Hibbard . . . . . . .News Clerk LettersUse the graft to pay down the debtIn the news this morning, there was an article about millionaires now able to get food stamps because this administration has allowed anyone who can show no income qualifies to be on the dole. F ood stamps have jumped from 26 million people in 2007 to 44 million now. Also, the subsidies for farmers, and also millionaires, are paid billions of dollars not to farm their land. Why are these loopholes allowed, and why isn't this money paying off our huge dept? Billions to subsidizing farmers growing corn for ethanol that ruins your cars Billions paid in fraud to Social Security recipients in error Medicare and Medicaid fraud Tax loopholes for favored political contributors All this graft could be paying down the huge debt. We need term limits on Congress with its 14 percent approval r ating to weed out the corruption. Both parties are guilty. P aying down the debt should be the No. 1 priority, and Congress needs to quit spending our money with billions to Pakistan, that sides with the Taliban, and many other countries that we should not be subsidizing, for examples. T ime to wise up and get some people in there to clean house. I bet Donald Trump would have done just that, and maybe Rick Perry can do for our country what he has done for Texas, as they do not have an employment problem like the rest of the country has. B arbra Bronsberg, SuntreeSee R ANTS, A7

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"I f I had stopped, I would have gotten plowed into," Ms. Knick said. "Do these r ed-cameras know the difference between wet r oads and dry roads?" C ouncilman Mike Nowlin said he supports red-light cameras because "police can't be everywhere at once. This is just another tool to help keep our people save," Mr. Nowlin said. Mr. Nowlin said he has seen numerous accidents as o wner of a towing company. "I t' s not a pretty sight," he said of red-light accidents. C ouncilwoman Kathy M eehan said red-light cameras enhance public safety. "R ed-light running jeopardizes the safety and lives of Americans on a daily basis," Ms. Meehan said. Let me make it clear: It is not about making money for the city, it's about the safety of our citizens." In Br evard County, only P alm Bay and Cocoa Beach have installed red-light cameras.CamerasF rom page A3 team of nurses are being credited with saving the life of a heart attack victim, but it wasn't in an emergency room. Dr William Phillips was giving a lecture Monday on heart disease at the C entral Maine Medical Center in Lewiston when he was interrupted by a man complaining of chest pain. P hillips asked a nurse to take the patient to the emergency room, but he collapsed. The victim wasn't breathing and had no pulse. One of three cardiac nurses grabbed a defibrillator to help r estart the man's heart. Meanwhile, paramedics arrived and took the patient to the emergency room. P hillips tells the S un Journal the man is now doing fine. After the interruption, Phillips continued his lecture. Fr om sfgate.com: NH complex to test dog doo DNA The manager of a New Hampshire apartment complex says she's going to test dog doo to help ensure that pet o wners clean up after their animals. The Timberwood Commons in Lebanon opened this year and already has had problems with residents who aren't scooping up the messes. So manager Debbie Violette is going to use commercially available DNA sampling kits to check the DNA of dog leavings. She says residents are being told Friday they must submit samples from their dogs so DNA profiles can be put on file. Violette says she hasn't decided what to do if she catches a pet o wner not cleaning up after their dog. B ut they'll probably be fined. Fr om heraldtribune.com : W oman, 89,dents car with cane,helps nab Pa. duo P ennsylvania police say an 89-yearold woman used her cane to dent the car of two people who stole her friend's purse, and authorities were able to track down the getaway car based in part on the cane's imprint. New Castle police Chief Thomas Sansone says the woman and her 82-year-old friend we re accosted outside a pizza shop. P olice say 27-year-old Jerry Brown Jr. grabbed the purse but couldn't peel away before the 89-year-old banged the car's trunk with her cane. Police found the car, and, based on the description of the robber, and dents matching the cane, arrested Brown and 21-year-old Tatiana Vargas. The two are jailed in Lawrence County on r obbery charges and on warrants for unrelated crimes. S ean McCarthy can be reached at help@ComputeThisOnline.com (no hyphens).W eirdF rom page A3 doctors; and it seemed like everyone who was part of the Holmes team.Response to Osama Islamic ritual for his burial?'After reading "Osama Islamic ritual for his burial," I felt compelled to r espond. Ye s, it is indeed "satisfying" to know that Osama cannot personally conspire to harm another human being. The part that Osama Bin Laden played in the worst terrorist attack on American soil is horrendous, despicable and evil. How ever, I believe that America's effort to show respect for a human being, despite his heinous acts, by affording an Islamic ritual at burial, is laudable. R ather than appearing "weak and submissive," it tells the world that we are a people who not only espouse the dignity of each individual, but are prepared to act on our values. The writer of this rant goes on to state that "Muslims would come to r espect and fear America" if we would be as brutal as they are in treating Americans they have killed. He or she does not understand that fear and respect are mutually exclusive. I gnoring the fact that lawless extremists, not faithfully practicing Muslims, are responsible for terrorist death and destruction, no one is cowed into r espect by force, intimidation or violence. Need proof? W itness the writer's own total lack of r espect for Osama and his or her savage desire for revenge, which is then projected onto "most Americans." Obviously violence only breeds more violence, not respect.New industry is needed in Brevard CountyThere is a need for a new industry in Br evard County. The new industry could simply be legalized gambling not owned by I ndians, not so-called Internet gambling cafes. P ut real casinos up. Make it very attractive for a few rich people to come to Port Canaveral. Y ou could have the crew ships in and out. You could have the tourists from the Orlando area. You could definitely create a whole new industry and save a whole lot of people's butts in this county by creating that industry. It creates a lot of jobs. It creates a lot of improvement, and people really need to start having a public outcry about it. Get it on a state referendum. Pass it like New Jersey did. Put it to the voters. We could have a whole new industry in Florida, instead of letting these I nternet cafŽ owners and the Indians and the Republicans and the Democr ats all get rich by telling us,RantsF rom page A6 See R ANTS, A10

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WIC provides the following HEALTHY FOODS at NO COST:WIC is an equal opportunity provider. 757240Just Fo r Kids Summer Camps!Call 1-800-823-0466 to reserve your space! Sisters' passion for sweepstaking pays offWe see them every day. Whether it's on the backside of a grocery store r eceipt offering a lifetime supply of frozen dinners, a soda bottle cap displaying an enter-this-code-to-win label or a magazine, advertising a free celebrity makeover. C ontest and sweepstakes opportunities are all around us, but there is only a small percentage of the population who take advantage of them. S isters Patricia Cox and B arbara Dillery are two of them. F or years, the siblings, eight years apart, have lived on the same Melbourne culde-sac. B oth are registered nurses and share a passion for an increasingly popular pastime, entering sweepstakes. Sw eepstaking, or "sweeping" as it is known, is when a person enters a free contest with the goal of winning a prize, whether it be cash, a trip or a lifetime supply of toothpaste. Mrs. Cox, who works for H ealthSouth Sea Pines R ehabilitation Hospital, has been "sweeping" on a regular basis for the past 20 y ears. S he has entered thousands of contests in her lifetime and wins an average of about $1,000-$2,000 in cash and prizes each year. "E ntering contests was just something that always intrigued me," said Mrs. Co x, a mother of two. "It's just a fun hobby that I enjoy." While her winnings vary in amount, Mrs. Cox's biggest win to date was the grand prize in last year's The Fastest Seat in Sports I ndyCar Sweepstakes," sponsored by Izod and H onda. The prize featured an allexpenses-paid trip for two to Chicago, which included a ride in the Izod IndyCar r acecar just prior to the Indy 300, a meet-and-greet with driver Mario Andretti, $2,000 worth of Izod apparel and $6,000 in cash, valued at approximately $10,500. Mrs. Cox's success in "s w eeping" eventually got the attention of her older sister, Barbara, although she was quite hesitant at first. Living across the street from my sister, she'd always come over and tell me about these great things she'd won," said Mrs. Dillery, who also has two children. "Of course, I made fun of her at first because, well, that's what the older sister does. B ut eventually, I jumped on board, too." Mrs. Dillery, who is also a licensed Realtor with ERA Sh ow case Properties & In vestments in Melbourne, began entering sweepstakes r egularly about five years ago. T oday, she enters anywhere from 75 to 100 online and mail-in contests per day, offered by companies r anging from Jelly Belly, Goya, Gold's Gym and T.G.I. Fr idays to Kikkoman, Hershey's, Gaylord Hotels and C ocoa-Cola. While it may seem tedious to some, her patience has paid off, winning between $15,000 and $20,000 in cash and prizes in the past five y ears. Her bi ggest win was a sweepstakes that gifted her $5,000 worth of Publix gift cards. B ut Mrs. Dillery's very first and favorite win in her "s w eeping" experience was being awarded $500 worth of Kentucky Fried Chicken, in which she invited her whole neighborhood to the KFC in West Melbourne for a "f r ied chicken party." "I t was just a lot of fun," Mrs. Dillery said. "Everyone had a great time, and I'm certain that the people who came will never forget it." Mrs. Dillery was introduced to Hometown News staff after being named the winner of our ongoing bumper-sticker contest, which landed her a check for $200. "I was very surprised to have won and thankful my bumper sticker was spotted," she said. Ir onically, Mrs. Dillery's brother-in-law, Randy Cox, was the first winner of the H ometown News bumper sticker contest in May. W ith varying schedules, the sisters each devote about an hour to two hours of their own time each day, entering sweepstakes and contests. Mrs. Cox prefers "instantwin" contests, which tell entrants if they're a winner r ight away, while Mrs. D illery prefers "skill contests" that allow her to show off her cooking and recipe skills or creative product jingles. B ut with sweepstaking, the possibilities are endless. C ontests range from naming a new flavor of gum to filming a homemade commercial. "I t all depends on what interests you," Mrs. Cox said. "We like to just keep it fun." So how do these savvy sisters discover these contests? M ostly by subscribing to "s w eepstake" newsletters, such as "SweepSheet" and "S we eping America," which provide a multitude of upto-date contests for readers. While the majority of these newsletters require a paid subscription, the contests themselves should always be free, Mrs. Cox said. That's something to always be wary of," she said. "I f a sweepstakes asks for money, it's most likely not a legitimate contest. They are designed to be free." While the sisters are not members of any local sweepstakes clubs, although there are several, each year, they attend the N ational Sweepstakes Convention, which provides attendees with tips and strategies for entering contests and the opportunity to hear from fellow successful s w eepers.' "S ome people take it way more seriously than my sister and I do. I know people who have won 17 cars," Mrs. D illery said. "But for us, it's more of an entertaining hobby, rather than a fulltime career. It's always nice to win something, regardless of what it is." And if there's something the sisters win that they don't particularly need, they give it away, whether it's a gift card for a homeless shelter or an ice-cream party at a senior center. The "sweeping" talent of Mrs. Cox and Mrs. Dillery r ecently caught the attention of television network TLC, whose crew spent two days filming the ladies last month at various locations throughout Brevard County, including the Hometown N ews office. The sisters will be two of five "sweepers" featured on a one-hour special, called "H igh Stakes Sweepers," scheduled to air in August, said Dustin Smith, vice president of communications for TLC. "I t was an absolute blast," said Mrs. Dillery, regarding filming for the program. "E veryone will just have to wait and see what happens!" F or those wanting to try their luck at sweepstaking, the sisters provided these three words of advice in order to achieve the best r esults: patience, persistence and, of course, fun.Duo wins thousands of dollars in free contests,appearance on TLC specialBy T ammy Robertstroberts@hometownnewsol.com Andy Stefanek/ staff photo Hometown News publisher/chief operating officer Steve Erlanger and office manager S ylvia Montes present Melbourne resident Barbara Dillery (center) with a $200 check as winner of the Hometown News bumper sticker contest. A video crew from television network TLC filmed Mrs. Dillery and her sister, Patricia Cox (left), last month, as part of a one-hour special called "High Stakes Sweepers," scheduled to air in August. Indialantic Chamber singers head to capitalF or the third time, the 40-member mixed-voice ensemble, the Indialantic Chamber singers will travel to Washington, D.C.'s N ational Cathedral to present a choral prelude during the Evensong worship services on July 17. The group, led by director and founder, D avid Vogeding since 1999, is composed of a mixture of degreed musicians, choral arts professionals and experienced amateur vocalist, is considered Brevard County's premier choral group. Mr.Vogeding, has been the director of music at Eastminster Presbyterian Church in Indialantic since 1992, where the musicians rehearse. He traveled with the group in 2003 and 2007, when the Indialantic Chamber singers represented the state of Florida at the "F lorida Day" services held at the cathedral. T itles including "Cantate Domino," "Saints B ound For Heaven," and "C ome Thou Knowest Lord, Creator Spirit" will be sung in a capallea with only hand chimes accompaniment. 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"N o. Legalized gambling is immoral. It will never work." I say, put it on the referendum. Make it very attractive. Make it very worthwhile, and let the voters vote "yes" or "no" on that whole new industry that could be created.Collection of illegal roadside signs takes no holidayThe holiday weekend will likely bring with it an abundant harvest of illegal roadside signs that code enforcement administrator Dan Porsi says must be removed from r oadway rights-of-way in order to ensure that motorists and pedestrians have safe visibility. Pr oblems associated with the roadside signs include the likelihood that they will fly through the air in windy conditions, sometimes ending up where they will block drains. "W e usually pick up more than 100 illegal signs on holiday weekends," Mr. Porsi said. The people who are placing these signs along the roads seem to think that we are not working on holidays." Mr. Porsi would prefer to have those with small signs follow the rules that are spelled out in Melbourne's city code. S igns are not permitted on any public tree, pole or post. They are prohibited from all public rights-of-way, roadway medians and landscaped or grassed areas. "W e make every effort to let people know that signs cannot go alongside the roads, because that costs them money that they could apply elsewhere to benefit their activity or business," he said. C onfiscated signs are held for three days before disposal. organist and artist-inr esidence for the Washington National Cathedral said he appreciated the contributions musicians' nationwide make to the ministry of the W ashington National C athedral. "I t is always a great joy to welcome them here," he said. F riday, July 8, 2011 A10 MelbourneHometown News 662245Save hundreds of dollars every week with coupons & discounts from our local advertisers! 671166 Feet Hurt? Plantar Fasciitis? Heel Pain? 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Growing up in the Space C oast area for most of my childhood, I can remember watching the launches, whether standing on a beach boardwalk, huddled alongside my classmates in the parking lot of our middle school or simply stepping outside my front door, waving hello to bathrobe-clad neighbors doing the same. No w that I'm older, I r ealize I took many of these experiences for granted, forgetting about the millions of other individuals who would never get the chance to marvel at one of science's biggest achievements as she took flight. B ut earlier this year, an opportunity came along that even less would get to experience. Armed with a press pass, a breakfast sandwich and a notepad, my photographer and I embarked on our 7 a.m. trek to the Kennedy S pace Center press site. After securing a parking spot, we made a stop in the media building, where dozens of fellow journalists and space center affiliates chatted on their cell phones and typed furiously on their laptops. We scored some free snacks and NASA merch, and then made our way to the press viewing area, where a blend of local and national news channels spent the next hour setting up equipment and filming live interviews with space workers and astronauts. The infamous countdown clock was positioned on the north side of the lawn, and in the distance, Shuttle Endeavour rested patiently on the launch pad, preparing for lift-off. The next 30 minutes was a blur, as we chatted with other media members, snapped a series of cheesy space photos and eventually snagged a spot between the row of tripods and video equipment, lining the ri verbank. The butterflies in my stomach multiplied as the sounds around me intensified, nervous chatter filling the air. Gripping tight to my camera, I took a few test shots, making sure I was lined up precisely with the monumental piece of history just 3.1 miles ahead, pointed toward the heavens. I started thinking about all the people who helped create such an elaborate object, the designers and scientists spending years perfecting its every piece; the astronauts testing its equipment and capabilities; and the NASA personnel, monitoring its every move from launch to landing. My heart fluttered, as a five-second countdown r ang out behind me, hundreds of eyes focused on the same exact spot. S econds later, a cloud of orange-tinted smoke billowed to both sides of the shuttle, as an unexpected r umble pounded in my heart and sent chills up my spine. And just like that, Endeavour made her move, a trail of fluorescent flames and smoke shooting toward the morning sky. She grew smaller by the second, and I held my breath as she disappeared into a patch of r ain clouds, leaving a colorful column of smoke lingering overhead. I said a quiet prayer for the crew, trying to imagine the thoughts and feelings they we re experiencing at that exact time. The launch itself only took seconds, but its image will forever stay in my mind. And with that image, comes a bittersweet realization that this irreplaceable experience may very well be the last of its kind. T ammy Roberts is senior staff writer for the H ometown News Br evard County editions. Andy Stefanek / staff photographerWhile trying on a pair of space-equipped gloves worn by NASA astronauts, Hometown News senior staff writer T ammy Roberts visits the press site at Kennedy Space Center, just prior to the May 16 Endeavour shuttle launch. Photo courtesy of Indialantic ChamberMembers of the Indialantic Chamber will travel to Washington, D.C. on July 17 to perform at the national cathedral during the Evensong worship service. This is the third year that the a capella group has been invited to sing at the cathedral.SingersF rom page A9RantsF rom page A7T he launch itself only took seconds, but its image will forever stay in my mind. And with that image, comes a bittersweet realization that this irreplaceable experience may very well be the last of its kind.T ammy Roberts Hometown News Senior staff writer Subscribe T oday!www.hometownnewsol.com KNOWLEDGEISA TERRIBLETHING TO W ASTE...

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grieving nation: "Sometimes painful things like this happen. The future doesn't belong to the fainthearted; it belongs to the brave. The Challenger crew was pulling us into the future, and we'll continue to follow them." Tr agedy struck again on Fe b. 1, 2003, when Columbia broke apart during re-entry, killing its seven astronauts. Pr esident George W. Bush told a grieving nation that the astronauts died as heroes. These astronauts knew the dangers, and they faced them willingly, knowing they had a high and noble purpose," Mr. Bush said. Over the years, the Space S huttle program has also known great triumphs that advanced the cause of mankind and kept the U nited State ahead in the ongoing space race. The Space Shuttle ferried nearly 100 communications and data satellites into space, as well as the Hubble T elescope and the Lunar Ro ver. The Shuttle also carried Department of D efense payloads that were classified secrets. The Space Shuttle's final crew consists of Commander Chris Ferguson, pilot Doug Hurley, and mission specialists Rex Walheim and S andy Magnus. The Space Shuttle program is not over," Mr. B eutel said, pointing out that NASA's plans include launching unmanned space voyages to the moon, J upiter and Mars, in partnerships with private enterprises. All of this will be happening right here in our back yard," Mr. Beutel said. Lisa Malone, a NASA spokeswoman who has been with NASA since the third Shuttle flight, said as many as 750,000 to 1 million people may travel to Br evard County for the final launch. "I t' s bittersweet," Ms. M alone said of the final flight. "Just being a part of it, and seeing a flight take off is ve ry fulfilling and an honor."ANNOUN CEMENTS T ed Todd Insurance Agency gets new comptrollerThe Ted Todd Insurance Agency has welcomed Al He r nandez to its team as its comptroller. Mr. Hernandez has a bachelor of science in accounting from Chicago S tate University and holds a Ce r tified Public Accountant license through the state of I llinois. He has 18 years experience with Allstate in sales and management positions, primarily at the home office in Northbrook, Ill. After relocating to Florida in 1995, he spent nine years as the chief financial officer at PEO Services Inc. in Fort My ers. In his new role with the T ed Todd Insurance Agency, Mr. Hernandez will manage the firm's finances and be instrumental in long-range financial and operations planning, as well as coordinate its mergers and acquisitions. C elebrating 25 years in business in 2011, the Ted T odd Insurance Agency provides home, auto, business, commercial, retirement and life insurance products to more than 30,000 customers statewide through its more than 30 licensed agents in six regional offices located throughout Lee, Sa r asota, and Brevard counties. The firm serves clients in Bo nita Springs, Cape Coral, Estero, Fort Myers, Lehigh Ac re s, N aples, Punta Gorda, Po rt Charlotte, Sarasota, I ndian Harbour Beach, S atellite Beach, Melbourne B each, Melbourne, Viera and Palm Bay. F or more information, visit www.TedToddInsurance.com or call (239) 5611100 or (800) 541-7858.W est Melbourne contractor selected for The Knowledge Exchange M.E. Construction Inc. has been selected as the general contractor for The Knowledge Exchange. This 8,000-square-foot building in Palm Bay, designed by Dave Nagrodsky Architects Inc., will provide small conference r ooms and meeting areas for rent. The Knowledge Exchange will be fitted with SmartB oards and other IT infrastructure in order to have specialized features that add function and value to the tenant. The spaces will be available to companies, organizations, and individuals who desire a location for meetings, training sessions or seminars. M.E. Construction is a family-owned, third-generation small business located in West Melbourne for more than 50 years. S pecializing in design/build projects, commercial construction, and civil, structural and forensic engineering, M.E. Construction seeks intelligent solutions and innovative approaches to individual projects. F or more information,call (321) 723-5661,or visit www.meconstruction.com.Partners Doing Business with P artners First'Are you interested in visiting a Chamber of Commerce Leads Club? In the leads club, each member becomes a referral source for one another. If y ou want to see the benefits of how powerful a leads club is, you should attend the meetings every w eek. (From the Cocoa Beach R egional Chamber of Commerce B2B Leads Club.) C ontact your Chamber of C ommerce today.BUSINESS CALENDAR FRIDAY, JULY 8 SCORE Small Business C ounseling: 11 a.m. Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce, 1005 E. St r awbridge Ave., Melbourne. Counseling is free. P lease R.S.V.P. C all (321) 254-2288.TUESDAY, JULY 12 Leads R'Us Leads Club meeting: 11:30 a.m. Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce at Brio Italiano, 2005 Vernon Place, M elbourne. F or information,call club president Glenda O'Coin at (321) 254-1687.WEDNESDAY, JULY 13 West Melbourne Business Association meeting: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce at Buena Vida Estates, 2129 W. New Haven Av e ., Melbourne. C all (321) 724-5400. The Exchange Referral Gr oup Leads Club meeting: N oon. Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce at the Broken Barrel Tavern, 4700 Babcock St. N.E., Palm Bay. F or information,call club president Rylan McCart at (321) 727-0707.THURSDAY, JULY 14 Beach Referral Group Leads Club meeting: 7:45 a.m. Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce at the Crowne Plaza Melbourne Oceanfront, 2605 H ighway A1A, Melbourne. F or information,call club president Alan Kershaw at (321) 750-3233. Women of Excellence C ommittee meeting: 8:309:30 a.m. K9 Kampus, 240 N. 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When the composer is one of their own, it makes it very special. On July 16, in a program of American composers called "An American Portrait," the orchestra will debut "The Greatest Generation" by John Ryther, who plays the French horn with the group. In separate phone conversations, Mr. Collins and Mr. Ryther spoke about the new work. "I t' s a tribute to the troops and the people who fought and died in World W ar I and World War II," said Mr. C ollins. "It's simple, serene and r eflective. His music is very close to film music. He tells stories that are easy to take in, enjoyable and very poignant." F or Mr. Ryther, inspiration came when he left a church after a rehearsal. On the walls, there were photos of soldiers who had served during wartime. The World War II vets got me the most,"he said. When I saw those images, something clicked. When I got home, I started writing. It took four days to write, which is the fastest I've ever written a composition." Mr. Ryther said that the composition belongs to this era, as well. "I t' s not about war, but about leaving home," he said. It's an introspective piece about leaving home and heading to an uncertain future, like the soldiers of today. This is about feeling like an American who is going somewhere and doesn't know if they'll come back." In addition to the Ryther piece, the program includes the Overture to "C andide" by Leonard Bernstein; Richard Rodgers' "Victory at Sea; "An American in Paris" and selections from "Porgy and "Bess" by George Gershwin; and selections from "Billy the Kid" and "An Outdoor Overture" by Aaron Copland. The concert will show the importance these composers have had on an American sound," Mr. Collins said. "They are distinctly American, particularly Copland. The Gershwin piece shows the influence of jazz. P orgy and Bess' has elements of opera and musical theater. That's what American opera is. "B ernstein was a great composer and people are slowly starting to r ealize that. Richard Rodgers is underrated as a musician, although people love him. He had a sense of melody and harmony that makes for an emotional ride." The Space Coast Symphony presents "A n Am erican Portrait,"featuring the world premiere of John Ryther's "The Gr eatest Generation,"on July 16 at 6 p .m.at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy A uditorium,5625 Holy T rinity Dr.,Melbourne and on July 17 at.Tickets are $20.Call (321) 536-8580 or order online at www.spacecoastsymphony.org .Brevard Symphony Orchestra ensembles perform at Brevard ZooStarting Saturday, July 16, ensembles from the Brevard S ymphony Orchestra will perform at the Brevard Zoo in Melbourne. Pe r forming 6-8:30 p.m. Saturday, July 16, is the BSO Brass Quintet, featuring Scott Aplegren Trumpet, Brian Fo ote Trombone, Claude Kashnig Tuba, John Kuntz T rumpet and Susan McGee F rench Horn. A woodwind trio will perform 6-8:30 p.m. Saturday, July 23, with BSO musicians, Lora MacPherson Oboe, Nicole Scott Flute and Ashley Heintzen Bassoon. Admission to the zoo is $5. T he Brevard Zoo is at 8225 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. Also, on July 23 at the Brevard Zoo, the Vivace Society will host the "Vivace Goes Wild" event in the Nyami Nyami River Lodge. Mix with other cultureminded professionals while enjoying selections by the BS O's Woodwind Trio. T ickets includes light refreshments and admission to the zoo. Cost is $10 for Vivace members and $15 for prospective members. Please R.S.V.P. to info@brevardsymphony.com or call (321) 242-2024. F or more information, visit brevardzoo.org.Toga, Toga, Toga' party at CafŽ UniqueCafŽ Unique presents a Unique Toga Party, "Come for the Decadence, but stay for the Debauchery!" 7 p.m. to midnight Saturday, July 16 at CafŽ Unique, 607 Florida Ave. in Cocoa. T he event features DJ Ben, a costume contest, a buffet dinner, a wine fountain, games, music and more. T here will be partying in courtyard, a hot tub, drink specials and parking and lodging nearby. Cost is $20. F or more information, email AmishDeli@hotmail.com or call (321) 543-2022.Mudslides' Recovery Event with the Diva AngelsDiva Angels Female Motorcycle Social Club of Brevard invite you to Mudslides' Recovery Event on Saturday, July 16, at Beef O' Brady's Midtown, Melbourne Florida. T he event provides financial support for local organizations providing a means of recovery for those suffering from the demons of addiction, depression, self injury and suicide. Mudslides Recovery Event starts with an all-vehicle nonbar poker run at 9 a.m., and the afternoon activities begin around 2 p.m. with a bike show (sponsored by Cycle Gear), a car show and swap meet, and public after-party with live music, vendors, auctions, raffles, food, bike wash and the dunk-a-diva tank. Eat at Beef O' Brady's that day and 20 percent of your bill will be donated to the event. Mudslide was a selfless humanitarian who dedicated his life to helping others get into recovery. T his year's recipient, To W rite Love on Her Arms, www.TWLOHA.com is a g rassroots, nonprofit organization headquartered Baja Tavern and Eats: Ma rc Dobson, the "One M an Band," will play 5-9 p .m. Friday and 5-9 Thursday, July 14. The Tiki Band will play 4-8 p.m. Saturday (W atchin' the Cruise Ships). The Baja is at 626 Glen Cheek Drive, Port Canaveral. C all (321) 799-1616. Beach Shack: S elwyn Bi rc hwood will play 8 p.m. to midnight Friday. Sonny Alfano will play 2-6 p.m. and Separate Checks will play 8 p.m. to midnight S aturday. Lil' Mookie & The H alf Pints will play 2-6 p.m. and John Emil will play 8 p .m. to midnight Sunday. Thursday, July 14, is the blues jam with The Space C oast Cowboys 8 p.m. to midnight. The Beach Shack is at 1 Minutemen Causeway, Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-2250. Cabana Shores Tiki Bar: Entasys will play 6-10 p.m. W ednesday. Jessica Ottway will play 7-10 p.m. Thursday. Cabana Shores Tiki Bar is at 5240 North U.S. H ighway 1, Palm Shores. C all (321) 987-8455. Captain Katanna's D ockside Restaurant and Bar: J ack Clutterham will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. K atanna's is at 4263 N. H arbor City Blvd. (Highway U.S. 1), Melbourne. C all (321) 253-1369. City Limits Restaurant & Lounge: The Swampfox J am will be 7:30-10:30 p.m. S unday. The City Limits is at 4851 S. Dairy Road, Palm Bay. C all (321) 723-2222. Cocoa Beach Pier: V iliFi will play 7-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Mo Geetz will play 7-11 p.m. Wednesday. The Tropical Yuppies will play 4-8 p.m. Thursday. The C ocoa Beach Pier is at 401 M eade Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4050. Crowne Plaza Hotel: C ocolocos will play 1-5 p.m. S unday. The Crowne Plaza is at 2605 N. Highway A1A, I ndialantic. C all (321) 7774100. Grills at the Port: The F abulous CT's will play 7:30-11:30 p.m. Friday. Even O dds will play 7:30-11:30 p .m. Saturday. Entasy's will play 3-7 Sunday. Chris M iller will play 5-9 p.m. W ednesday. Jay Crosier will play 5-9 Thursday. Grills is at 505 Glen Cheek Drive, Po rt C anaveral. C all (321) 868-2226. Grills Riverside: L una P earl will play 7:30-11:30 STAR SCOPESJames Tucker W eek of 7-8-2011 Aries-March 21-April 19Consult your closest friends before making big decisions. Y ou will achieve more success. All top-level people have trusted advisors. These good souls are like booster rockets to your plans. Magic happens. It creates priorities, respect and success. You are now on the winning side of life. Share the fun.T aurus-April 20-May 20Yo u are on a positive roll. Life has its ups and downs. Go for the highs. Manage the lows. Move forward toward your dreams. Refuse to let the world sidetrack you or turn you in circles. Have positive expectancy. Now review your progress. Make adjustments as needed. Stay on target. Victory is waiting just ahead.Gemini-May 21-June 21If an idea doesn't work, it either means the timing is off, the universe is not blessing it or it needs refinement. Harmony is the guiding light. All elements have to blend to create a new form. Look at your life and see how much harmony you have. We can't fight ourselves and win. Surrender the ego and find peace. Cancer-June 22-July 22Allow no room in your life for sadness, fear, doubt or indecision. Keep moving. Your best time is in the moonlight. T his is when moon children come out to play. How much time do you take to play? Y our health and happiness demand you do this. Listen to your heart. It always tells the truth and makes you happy. L eo-July 23-Aug. 22K eep a soft touch. You don't have to be all things to all people. Abundance is based on how you feel inside. You are a fire sign, ruled by the light. We're not talking about just money here. Wake up feeling gratitude for all that has been given. Ask for signs of more to come. Sharing now becomes the true joy of life. Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22T ake it a day at a time. Keep releasing the past and focusing on the future. The past, plus the present, is what creates the future, you know.See OUT, B2 See SCOPES, B2Symphony gives world premiereClub Scene Photo courtesy of Rod Ostoski PhotographyJohn Ryther, who plays the French horn with the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra, will premiere his new work, The Greatest Generation,' at the symphony's concert on July 16-17.By Shelley KoppelEntertainment writerSee OUT, B3

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Y ou have command over your own universe when you listen to your inner guidance first and then take action on the outer side to create positive results. This is life at its best.Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22Y ou continue to grow spiritually, Libra. You have been reborn in spirit. You are of the light and unconditional love. Y ou refuse to let stress pull you out of your light and balance. You are the real deal. Y ou are walking your talk. Y ou are what the real zodiac is all about; love, balance, healing, light, joy and peace.Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21Scorpio, you have wonderful inner strength. Your personal appeal is emerging stronger than you may believe. Your beautiful light shines stronger than ever before. It's time to take some of this powerful energy and direct it onto your desires. You have earned it for all you have given. Love and joy to you always. Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21Sagittarian souls need to help others find happier life, joy in the soul, love in the heart and a purpose in life. My dear friend, Rainie Lewis, a sag, just reminded me of that. Come on sag's of the world. Y ou can do it. It's your divine aim and purpose. All the money in the world will not create happiness unless you share it.Capricorn-Dec.22-Jan. 19P ay a lot of attention to details now. It is better to be prepared than scattered. Stay balanced and focused on your dreams and the universe will help you succeed. W hy? Because the supreme law is like attracts like. You know what you want. It's in your heart. Go for it and receive the great harvest.Aquarius-Jan. 20Feb. 18As with Libra, balance is the key to your happiness. Your strong ties to spirit demand that you find quality time for yourself. Your inner quest is stronger than the outer. You continue to find new direction in life. Work crossword puzzles. It improves your memory, vocabulary and g ives motivation into your future. Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20Pisces is the last and deepest of the zodiac signs. Thanks for being our rudder. You may never hear it in words, but you give us a sense of direction about how to navigate our waters (feelings) of life. Without your guidance we would have a risky journey. You are what heart is all about. 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Exp. 7/15/11SEAFOODDINNER FOR TWO$2999 New York Style F amily Restaurant Homemade Food at Family PricesAnswer in next week's paperLast Week's SolutionComfort Food Made FromScratchTHIS WEEKS SPECIALS:Monday: Meat Loaf T uesday: Roast Pork W ednesday: Chicken Pot Pie Thursday.: Shepherds Pie & Cuban Sandwich Friday: Seafood Reuben SandwichPuzzle #23 SolutionSUDOKU #24 Hours: Mon.…Fri 7am…8pm € Sat & Sun 7am…3pm321725-6855 DINING & ENTERTAINMENTp .m. Friday. Mo Geetz will play 2-6 p.m. and Johnny D anger will play 7:30-11:30 p .m. Saturday. Derek (solo) will play 3-7 p.m. Sunday. J ohnny Danger will play 7:30-11:30 p.m. Wednesday. Ir is will play 5-9 p.m. Thursday. Heidi's Jazz Club: S teve K irsner and Al Goldenberg will play 5-8 p.m. and the R on Teixeira Trio will play 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Fr iday. Allan Vache will play 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. S aturday. There is a jam session 7-11 p.m. Sunday. S ybil Gage will play 7-11 p .m. Tuesday. Steve Kirsner and Friends will play 5-7:45 p .m. and Dave Sheffield, S tan Soloko and Rabbit S immons will play 8-11:30 p .m. Wednesday. Sheffield, S oloko and Simmons will also play 7-11 p.m. Thursday. Heidi's is at 7 N. Orlando Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4559. Island Spice: "C ool R unnings" with the Jeffrey M edina Group will play 6-9 p .m. Tuesday. Island Spice is at 4910 Stack Blvd., Melbourne. C all (321) 722-4478. Jump's Tiny Tavern: St r obe-Lie will play 5-9 p.m. S aturday. Griffin Smith and Offshore Acoustic is 6-9 p .m. Wednesday. Jump's is at 201 Taft Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 784-7893. Key West Bar: Eric S aganov (Iron Sausage Fr iday Fest) and Red Tide will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fr iday. Pinch will play 9 p .m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. A coustic Open Mic Night is at 10 p.m. Thursday with Eric Saganov. The Key West is at 2286 Highway A1A, I ndian Harbour Beach. C all (321) 773-1577. Lou's Blues: W icked Ga r den Gnomes will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Fr iday. Switch will play 9:30 p .m. to closing Saturday. The MC's, with bassist N athan Thorpe, will play 9 p .m. to 2 a.m. Sunday. Mark Dobson, The One Man B and, will play 7-11 p.m. S unday. The Spanks Band will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday. Lou's Blues is at 3191 N. Highway A1A, I ndialantic. C all (321) 7792299. Malabar Mo's Bar & Grill: The Bone Dogs will play 4-8 p .m. Sunday. Mo's is at 2805 M alabar Road (S.R. 514), M alabar. C all (321) 7258374. Ozzie's Crabhouse: M att R oberts will play 6-10 p.m. Fr iday. Kevin McCullers will play 6-10 p.m. Saturday. The H it Men will play 4-8 p.m. S unday. The Atlantic B luegrass will play 7-9 p.m. W ednesday. Ozzie's is at 4391 Dixie Highway N.E., P alm Bay. C all (321) 7240009. Paradise Cove: Christian M iller will play 4-8 p.m. S aturday. The Paradise Cove is at 315 W. Cocoa Beach C auseway, Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-8300. Pineda Inn: K eith K oelling will play 6-10 p.m. Fr iday. Marc Dobson, The One Man Band, will play 26 p.m. Sunday. The Pineda I nn is at 6355 North U.S. Hi ghway 1 (U.S. 1 and S untree Boulevard), Rockledge/Melbourne. C all (321) 751-5311. Pinto's Lounge: The O pen Mic Jam Session will be 7-11 p.m. Sunday and 9 p .m. to midnight (with karaoke) Wednesday. Pinto's is at 7555 S. Highway U.S. 1, T itusville. C all (321) 2697665. Sandbar Sports Grill: Pat M ichaels will play 4-8 p.m. and Dr. Suess will play 9 p .m. to 1 a.m. Friday. Spanks will play 4-8 p.m. and Axis will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. S aturday. Red Tide will play 4-8 p.m. with DJ Josh 9 p.m. until closing Sunday. M onday night jam session is 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Pat Michaels will play 4-8 p.m. Wednesday with open mic 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Big Daddy will play 48 p.m. Thursday, July 14 with karaoke 8 p.m. to midnight. The Sandbar S ports Grill is at 4301 Ocean Bl vd ., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 789-2577. Sand Dollar Bar: Ka r aoke with Danno is every Friday and Saturday night at 8 p.m. The Sand Dollar Bar is at 260 N. Br evard Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-0107. Shady Oaks Lounge: The Last Chance Band will play 9 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday. The Shady Oa ks is at 6050 S. Babcock S t., Palm Bay. Call (321) 7277004. Spanky's Pub: Ka r aoke J ones plays at 9 p.m. Tu esdays, Saturdays and S undays. Men's Night is 9 p .m. to 1 a.m. Wednesday. Ladies' Night is 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday. Hospitality N ight is 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. S unday. Spanky's is at 140 N. B anana River Drive, Merritt Is land. C all (321) 453-0674. Squid Lips: K en Moores will play 3-6 p.m. and H eartbreaker will play 7-11 p .m. Friday. John Q and S helly will play 2-6 p.m. and A bsolute Blue will play 7-11 p .m. Saturday. Johnny D anger will play 2-7 p.m. S unday. Squid Lips is at 1477 Pineapple Ave., M elbourne. Call (321) 2422224. Tropical Inn Resort: "Y our Time To Shine" Ka r aoke with Francesca is at 8 p.m. every Saturday night. The Tropical Inn is at 4700 D ixie Highway N.E., Palm Bay. C all (321) 951-0350. Vintage 56: S teady Teddy Sted man will play 6-10 p.m. S aturday. Vintage 56 is at 200 Barton Blvd., Rockledge. C all (321) 639-4048. Wynfields Sports Bar: Mo nday Night Live music and karaoke with DJ Fred starts at 7 p.m. Monday. W ednesday night is jam night with the Bone Dogs at 8 p.m. Wynfields is at 190 H ighway A1A, Satellite B each. C all (321) 773-8460. Editor's note To have your entertainment listed in the Club Scene,send your information to brevnews@hometownnewsOL.com at least a week in advance. Thank you.SceneF rom page B1 ScopesF rom page B1 See SCOPES, B3

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, July 8, 2011 Melbourne B3 663993 Local Service Y ou Can Trust HOME IMPROVEMENTPROFESSIONAL SERVICE GUIDEFIND THE RIGHT PERSON AND THE RIGHT PRICE FOR THE JOBIn Our Professional Service Guide,Located in Hometown News Classified Pages!€ Exterior Painting €P ool Service € Air Conditioning € Landscaping Services € Home Improvements€ Window &Door ReplacementPlus Many More Services662243 Great Summer Promotions, Call Today to Advertise in this Section1-800-823-0466 A-AdvancedHearing Aid moisture issues?Hearing Care(321) 722-2894In business for more than 20 years! Located in the heart of Historic Downtown Melbourne720 E.New Haven Ave.,Suite 12 W alk-ins Welcome 9:30AMNoon,MON FRI After hours available by appointment only. Most Insurance Accepted Financing AvailableEven after total immersion in water,this GN ReSound Alera’ returned to service after being simply blown-out and having its battery dried off.How about yours?Dan Taylor Y our Exclusive ProviderACA ,B C-HIS,COHC670402 Used Hearing AidsBought & SoldStarting atƒ$15% OFF*4 Year Warranty 1 Year FREEBatteries30Drop by for a FREE Appraisal*NORMAL FITTING FEES € MOLDS EXTRA in Cocoa. T hey provide counseling, resources, education and monetary support for those seeking recovery from addiction, depression, self injury and suicide. T hey will be onsite for anyone who has a need that day or wants more information on how they can help. A portion of the proceeds is going to the AVET PROJECT www.avetproject.org that provides the same types of services for the returning Iraqi and Afghanistan soldiers. T he soldiers of AVET P ROJECT will be on site as honorary judges for the bike and car show and providing security at each poker run stop. F or more information, call (321) 960-6666 or e-mail divaangelsbrevard@gmail.com.F ree Swingtime Jazz Band concert and picnic "The Cool Sounds of Swingtime" is the theme of the Swingtime Jazz Band's free concert at 6:30 p.m., July 2021 at the Melbourne Auditorium, 625 E. Hibiscus Ave., Melbourne. T he event is the second of the band's annual Not-In-TheP ark Picnic concerts and the audience is invited to bring family, friends and a picnic dinner to enjoy. A breezy summer program will feature such favorites as Jump Jive and Wail," "Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man," "All The T hings You Are," "Love Will K eep Us Together," "Orange Colored Sky" and many more. P opular local vocalists Sally Hart, who performed with Lawrence Welk; and Len F allen, also well known on the Space Coast, will be featured. T he band is under the direction of conductor Art Martin, tenor and baritone saxophonist, who has performed with Warren Covington, the Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra, Clark Terry, Dizzy Gillespie and The Platters, to name a few. 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. Th ere is no charge for the concert, and tickets are not required. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Call (321) 724-0555 or visit www.mmband.org for more information.OutF rom page B1xyz@aol.com or write to James Tucker, 4550 N.E. Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach, FL 34957. To read the Spirit Guide column, visit myhometownnews.net and click on counseling and advice. ScopesF rom page B2 Hello, smart shoppers. Today's column will satisfy that sweet tooth. J ust because you're trying hard to cut the fat and cholesterol doesn't mean y ou can't have desserts. I received a letter from a r eader who wanted to make my lemonade but can't have sugar. In a future column, I will discuss diabetes, but many recipes that require sugar can be made using a sugar substitute. Each box of substitute has the sugar equivalent listed; just follow that. Splenda is an equal exchange for sugar. T oday's desserts are all about pineapples. Pineapple is a superior fruit and is good for you whether it's fresh or canned. Always buy packed in its own juices. We ll have an incredibly easy pineapple pie thanks to my favorite beautician, G ina Thompson, and Flora H ull's pineapple cake, which comes with a very special story. All the desserts can be made lowfat or fat-free, and I promise you won't be able to tell the difference. B efore moving to Port St. L ucie, I ran sewing schools in Palm Beach County and up north. Many years ago, F lora Hull joined one of my sewing classes in the hopes the distraction would help her overcome her grief over the loss of her husband. At the end of the 10-week course, she came to class with this wonderful cake along with the recipe. Du r ing that time, we became close, and she knew about my family and four children. Her husband had been a professional saxophone player and had played with many of the big bands of his time. With no children to give his sax to, it r emained in the closet. Along with her wonderful cake came a gift. "Your classes," she said, "have helped me more than you could possibly know, and I know my husband would want me to give you his sax so that maybe one of your children can learn to play it." My son Steve learned to play and joined his high school band. He was the only student in the marching band with a Sterling S ilver saxophone. Enjoy. See you next week!F F L L O O R R A A 'S P 'S P I I N N EAP EAP P P LE LE C C AKE AKEThis cake was always fatfree. By using the egg substitute, you can make it cholesterol-free, as well. 2 eggs or egg substitute 2 cups sugar 2 cups flour 2 teaspoons baking soda 1 large (20-ounce) can crushed pineapple in its o wn juice B eat eggs and sugar together. Add flour and baking soda. Mix thoroughly. Stir in pineapple and juice. Pour into a 9x12 pan that has been sprayed with cooking spray or greased and floured. Bake at 350 for 35-45 minutes until a toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Y ou can stop here and sprinkle the cooled cake with powdered sugar, or y ou can follow the original r ecipe and top it with cream cheese frosting. The cake is frosted while it is still warm.C C R R EAM C EAM C H H E E E E S S E E F F R R O O STI STI N N G GThis frosting can only be made low-fat, not fat-free. F at-free cream cheese becomes runny when beaten. 8 ounces cream cheese, r egular or low-fat 2 tablespoons butter or a butter substitute, softened 1 teaspoon vanilla 1/2 box 10X confectioner's sugar, sifted if necessary U sing an electric mixer, beat the cream cheese, butter and vanilla together. A dd sugar. N ote: The mixture will seem extremely stiff. Do NOT add milk. As you beat in the sugar, it will melt and soften. Add more sugar only if necessary.G G I I NA TH NA TH O O M M P P S S O O N'S N'S P P I I N N EAP EAP P P LE P LE P I I E E (N (N I I B) B) Regular and low-fat, Regular and low-fat, ser ser ves 8-1 ves 8-1 0 0If y ou have 10 minutes, y ou can make this superb dessert. By using fat-free sour cream and a low-fat graham cracker pie shell (Keebler), you will have a r ich-tasting yet low-fat dessert. K eebler also makes a large pie shell, which will fit the filling, but it does not come low-fat. P udding is and always has been fat-free. 1 regular size store bought graham cracker pie shell 1 large (5.1-ounce) package vanilla instant pudding, regular or sugar free 1 large (16-ounce) container sour cream 1 large (20-ounce) can crushed pineapple in its o wn juice The pie shell does not r equire baking, but I have found that 10 minutes in a 350-degree pre-heated ov en will give you a crisper, more flavorful crust. While shell is baking, blend sour cream with pudding powder (do not prepare according to package directions). Add pineapple and juice, blend w ell. Pour into cooled pie shell and chill. Se rv e with whipped topping or canned whipped cream. When a recipe is not in my cookbook it will have (NIB) next to the title. F or an autographed cookbook send $20 ($15book,$1-tax,$4 for shipping and handling).For multiple books sent to one address it's $4 S&H for 1 book,add $2 postage for each additional book ($15 plus $2).Send to:Arlene M. Satisfy sweet tooth with low-fat pineapple desserts ROMANCING THE STOVEwith the Grammy Guru ARLENE BORG See GRAMMY, B4

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TU ESDAY, JULY 12 Veterans and spouses may apply for housing incomes: 11a.m. Tuesday, J uly 12. Southland Suites, 2680 Croton Road, Melbourne. This seminar discusses monthly incomes available for wartime veterans and spouses of veterans in need of living quarters. V eterans could receive $1,000 to $2,000 per month from the Department of V eterans Affairs. Learn what benefits are available, who qualifies and how to apply. C omplimentary lunch will be served. R.S.V.P. please. F or more information,call (321) 255-5443 or e-mail kcummins@brookdaleliving.com. Free summer meals for children: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p .m. Tuesdays and Thursdays through July 28. Cross R oads Community United Church of Christ, Lake W ashington Avenue and Cr oton Road, Melbourne. Each Tuesday and Thursday Cross Roads Church will provide a free lunch to any child 18 and younger. These nutritionallybalanced meals are funded through a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the state of Florida. M eals will be served in the church's air conditioned F ellowship Hall. F or more information,call (321) 259-3356 or visit www.CrossRoadsUCC.com. Brevard Zoo Artic Blast' T uesdays in July: 1 p.m. T uesday, July 12. Brevard Z oo 8225 N. Wickham Road, M elbourne. Don't miss a chance to experience an icy "arctic blast" on Tuesday afternoons in July at the Brevard Zoo. Ev ery Tuesday at 1 p.m., Br evard Zoo will drop six giant ice cubes into the water play area of the brand new "Paws On" exhibit. Each ice cube is roughly 3 feet tall by 2 feet wide by 1 foot thick and weighs 300 pounds. The ice will melt quickly in the summer heat, so guests should come on time to get the full experience. Arctic Blast Tuesdays run the entire month of July. In P aws On you can enjoy water play, an aquarium, fort building, an airconditioned discovery room and an animal petting area. P aws On is open daily from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. P aws On Petting Zone is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. A dmission $13.75 for adults 13 and older, $12.75 for seniors ages 60 and older, $10.25 for children ages 212 and free to children younger than 2. Tw enty-five cents of every admission supports the zo o' s conservation programs. Pa r king is always free. Group discounts and adventure packaging are available. F or more information,call (321) 254-WILD or visit brevardzoo.org. Community Health O utreach program: 6:30 p .m. Tuesday, July 12. Grace's United Methodist Church's Education and A dministration Building, 65 N eedle Blvd., Merritt Island. Pr otecting local residents from the dangers of sun exposure will be the topic of a free seminar at Grace U nited Methodist Church as part of the church's Parish N urse Health Ministry. Ma r io Sequeira, MD, will speak about "Sun Safety and The importance of Skin C ancer Prevention" on T uesday, July 12. The seminar, which will include a question-andanswer session, will be held in room 206 in Grace's E ducation and Administration Building. Dr Sequeira is a partner at Br evard Skin and Cancer C enters and is a specialist in M ohs micrographic surgery, the most advanced treatment for skin cancer available. F or more information,call (321) 452-2420 or visit www.gracemethodistmi.co m. WEDN ESDAY, JULY 13 Summer Junior Ranger Pr ogram: V isitor Center, M erritt Island National W ildlife Refuge. Freshwater Pond Study: 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 13 All About Reptiles: 9 a.m. W ednesday, July 20 Junior Ranger Award Ce r emony and Manatee Pr ogram: 9 a.m. W ednesday, Aug. 3. The Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge is hosting a summer Junior Ranger program for children ages 610 accompanied by an adult. The junior ranger program is intended to connect children to the natural world. Pa r ents and children will work together to learn about and build an appreciation of the refuge and the animals and plants that inhabit it. I ndependent projects include: Trash pick-up Junior Birder Discovery P ack Activity GPS Scavenger Hunt A ctivity Junior Rangers can develop their own independent project The Visitor Center is located on S.R. 402, five miles east of U.S. Highway 1 in Titusville. R eservations are required. F or information and re servations,call (321) 8615601. Caregiver class offered at Sunflower House: 1-2 p .m. Wednesday, July 13. S unflower House, 777 E. M erritt Island Causeway, M erritt Square Mall, Merritt I sland. The Sunflower House, along with the East Central F lorida Memory Disorder Clinic, is offering a class focused on helping caregivers cope with a loved one who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease or r elated dementia. "N ext Steps after Diagnosis" provides the new family caregiver with an overview of the next steps to moving forward after diagnosis. This class will be held on W ednesday, July 13. The Sunflower House is a senior and caregiver r esource center. To r egister for the class,call (321) 452-4341.UPCOMING EVE NTS Brevard Plasma Baseball C ompetitive Travel Baseball tryouts: 10 a.m. to 12:30 p .m. Saturday, July 16. M elbourne High School baseball fields, 74 Bulldog Bl v d., Melbourne. The Brevard Plasma B aseball Organization is a nonprofit travel baseball organization dedicated to the youth of Brevard C ounty. There are no paid coaches or officers in the organization. This organization belongs to its members. The tryouts are for 11 and y ounger, 12 and younger, 13 and younger, 14 and y ounger and 16 and y ounger age groups. F or more information,call (321) 634-2241. Bowling for Nana's H ouse fundraising event: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, July 16. Brunswick Harbour Lanes, 1099 N. Wickham R oad, Melbourne. Br unswick Harbour Lanes will be hosting a bowling fundraiser for Nana's House J uly 16. The $10 prepaid price includes three hours of bowling, shoes and soda. T ickets must be prepurchased. There will be special food pricing, along with bowling contests, raffle drawings, 50/50 and lots of good old fashion family fun! N ana's House is a home for neglected, abused, needy or abandoned children; and its mission is to provide a safe, secure and loving home. N ana's House does not r eceive any state funding; and is a 501c 3 tax exempt, nonprofit public charity. N ana's House is also a 100 percent volunteer organization, with no paid staff. All donations are tax deductible. F or more information or tickets,call (321) 243-8583 or (321) 242-2695. F or additional information on Nana's House or how to make a donation or v olunteer,visit Na naschildrenshome.com. Military Officers $30,000 scholarship awards: N oon. F riday, July 8, 2011 B4 MelbourneHometown News 671175OPEN COCKPIT ADVENTURE!Romantic Sunset Flights Scenic Beach Rides Aerial tours of the KSC & Space Coast www.FloridaBiplanes.comMerritt Island Airport € 321-392-4125………… Carries up to 2 Passengers ………… Gift Certificates Available Online! 670064 Thank You. For what you may ask, for taking the next 1 minute and 42 seconds to read this. (Read Fast) I guarantee by the end you will be glad you did. IT HURTS! If you are anything like the rest of us you hate the high and ever increasing cost of electricity. It hurts to empty your wallet and pay power bills that resemble the national debt. If you even try to keep it halfway comfortable in your house the power bill can be as much as a weeks pay. That hurts. STOP OVER PAYING It doesnt have to be that way. Did you know that hidden in your power usage is a truckload of over payment? Thats right. Old inefficient A/C systems use 30% to 50% more power than new High Efficiency Models. In a nutshell the savings in a new system will pay for itself in most cases. (Especially for systems over 10 years old) YOU ARE PAYING FOR A NEW SYSTEM BY OVER-PAYING ON YOUR POWER BILL! What do I do about it? We can help. We have arranged to offer y ou some solutions. First, sweat to death. If that doesnt sound like fun then call my office and I will send by one of my really cool comfort advisors to take a look at y our home, do some mea-surements and determine whether a new High Efficiency system might work well for your home. He will give you all of the information and let you decide, no obligation. Can I afford it? Absolutely! You will be amazed at how easy it is to own a new system. I have even made some arrangements to try to help. I w ent to my distributor and negotiated to get the lowest price available since more people choose One Hour Air Conditioning than any other company, I was able to squeeze him into some savings that I will pass onto you. I can also offer you a very easy finance program with 0 down and as little as $2/day. It doesnt get easier than that. No pain for 10 years If you act now I will include a 10-year all parts and labor warranty on your new premier system for free. The system is 100% covered and guaranteed until the y ear 2020! That means NO REPAIR BILLS FOR 10 YEARS! Up to $1800 in savings By the way, did I mention if you act now we will give you $1,000 off your new premier system and you will still be eligible for up to a $500 tax rebate on select systems. What Next? W ith these gas prices, electric rates are not getting any lower, so act now while discounts are still available. Call my office today and schedule your appoint-ment for one of my comfort advisors to swing by. T ell Jennifer you read this so she knows y ou get the rebate off your new A/C. Remember there is NO obligation, so call today (866-924-4335) The Double Super Bonus F or the first 25 new clients that take advantage of my offer, I will include a free duct cleaning at no additional charge! That is a $599 value! Thank You Again F rom my family to yours I thank you for y our time to read this letter. I hope you profit greatly because of it. If for any reason you decide no to snatch up one of these great opportunities, I hope you will think well of me! Ouch!! These electric bills are killing my bank account! How to win the war on out of controlŽ Power bills....To learn more, log on to www.onehourair.comLicense# CAC1816381 Ke vin BerrittGeneral Manager(866) 924-4335 671085 Youve Got it Made in the ShadeŽ€ Retractable Awnings € Drop Curtains € Pool Privacy Curtains € Hot Tub Privacy Curtains € Retractable Screens € Climate Control/Drop CurtainsCall John 704-9193V eteran Owned Businesswww.shadeandprivacy.com Find Us On Community CalendarSee CALENDAR, B5B org,265 S.W.Port St.Lucie Bl vd ,N o .149,Port St.Lucie, FL 34984.Check or money order accepted or visit the Ve ro B each Book Center. V isit my website: www.romancingthestove.ne tGrammyF rom page B3

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United Way allocates Community Care F unds for 2011-12U nited Way of Brevard's B oard of Directors recently approved grant award r ecommendations for local health and human service programs. Grants made from United W ay of Brevard's Community Care Fund, as well as donor-designated gifts for partner agencies during the 2010 Campaign, amounted to nearly $4 million in funds available for programs. S ixty-six local health and human service programs benefited from the funding, a range that included everything from hot nutritious meals for shut-in seniors through the Meals on Wheels Program to subsidized child care through the Early Learning C oalition. A dditionally, another 128 nonprofits, both here in Br evard and outside of the community, will receive more than $1.1 million in the coming fiscal year through donor-designated gifts thanks to the successful 2010 United Way C ommunity Campaign. F or more information on www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, July 8, 2011 Melbourne B5 662246 670314CALL NOW for FREE,No Obligation Consultation (321) 751€5599 Toll€Free (800) 779€4744 3682 N.Wickham Rd,Suite C,Melbourne,FL 32935Lost Your Job? Retired?T ake the Anxiety Out of Retirement€ 401k and IRA Rollovers € Roth Conversions for tax€free IRA Income (restrictions apply) € Preserve & Protect Your Nest Egg € Avoid Stock and Bond Market Volatility € Retirement Income Planning € Estate Planning & Wealth Transfer Counseling € Free Annuity or Life Insurance Review € Full Service Investment Advisory & Brokerage ServicesLet's get together to see what 33 years experience in Retirement Counseling,Financial and Estate Planning can do to protect your financial future.Wealth Preservation and W ealth Transfer,IRA Rollovers and Roth Conversions. We still make house calls!Scott L. OlsonPresident Securities offered by Merrimac Corp.Securities,Inc.Member FINRA/SIPC. Atlantic Financial Advisors,LLC.A Registered Investment Advisory firm not affiliated with Merrimac Corp.Securities,Inc. 670337 Thursday, July 19. The T ides, Highway A1A, P atrick Air Force Base. T en Brevard County students will each be given a $3,000 scholarship at the M ilitary Officers luncheon on Thursday, July 19, at The T ides, Patrick AFB. The luncheon is at noon, and the program begins at 12:20 p.m. F or reservations, call Joe or Ruth Oblack prior to Fr iday, July 15. The cost is $12.50. Thirty students applied for scholarships, and the ten selected were: 1. Lacy A. Clawson of P alm Bay Nursing at Univ. of Central Florida 2. Sar ah L. Hardy of R ockledge Education at U niv. of North Florida 3. Ka ra D. J ohnston of M elbourne Chemical Engineer at Univ. of Florida 4. K evin P. Lee of Melbourne Chemical Engineer at Univ. of Florida 5. T imothy L. McRae of I ndialantic Nursing at U niv. of Florida 6. H eather C. Moody of We st Melbourne Political Science at Univ. of Central F lorida 7. Lindsey R. Pettit of S atellite Beach Psychology at Flagler College 8. Sa r ah G. Reeg of Merritt I sland Music & Pharmacy at Palm Beach Atlantic 9. Christopher K. Roberts of Merritt Island Civil Engineering at Florida S tate Univ. 10. Ve r onia C. Spake of M erritt Island English at F lagler College F or more information,call (321) 784-8934. Looking for Superheroes'run team meeting: 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 19. Suntree-Viera Public Library, 902 Jordan Blass Dr ive, Melbourne. The Guardian ad Litem program and its nonprofit Fr iends of Children of Br evard will be doing a family friendly, yet serious r un, Feb. 4, 2012. It 's going to be a great time for families, as well as r unners. Ev eryone can come out in their own or their favorite superhero costume. We ll have times for the serious folks, as well as awards and prizes. We wi ll also have prizes for the best costumes. If anyone would like to be part of making this event a success, we will hold the second run team meeting on Tuesday, July 19 at the S untree-Viera Public Library. At this time, we are also looking for groups or businesses that would like to be a sponsor. S ponsorships start at $50 and go up to the "Empowering Sponsor," which is $2,500. V anity signs and personal signs will also be available. P lease consider being a sponsor, it's not too soon. Children need heroes, but abused children need superheroes. F or more information or to become a sponsor,call (321) 508-4595. Hospice of Health First offers free volunteer training: Learn how to make Br evard County a better place by training to become a hospice volunteer on one of the following training dates: W ednesday, July 20 1 4 p.m. Cocoa Library Thursday, Sept. 1 1-4 p .m. Eau Gallie Library T uesday, Oct. 4 1-4 p .m. Health First Tr aining Center Ho spice volunteers are re quired to attend a separate training session on a date following their initial orientation training. V olunteer opportunities include patient/family support, community outreach, special events, clerical, bereavement, transportation and pick up and deliveries. To re serve your space or for more information about H ospice of Health First V olunteer Training, call the volunteer coordinator at (321) 952-0492. CalendarF rom page B4 Presidential history President Barack Obama makes a passionate case to NASA administrators and local politicians for a new way forward for NASA during his speech at the K ennedy Space Center Operations and Checkout Building.Andy Stefanek staff photographer Community Notes See NOTES, B6

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U nited Way of Brevard, partner agencies and direct service programs, visit www.uwbrevard.org.Adult 6 vs. 6 Soccer L eague registrations open in South BrevardBr evard County South Area Parks and Recreation is currently accepting registrations for the upcoming 2011 S ummer Adult 6 vs. 6 Soccer leagues with age divisions for 30-plus, 40-plus and open. Ga mes will be played on W ednesday evenings at the W ickham Park Soccer F ields, beginning now. The cost is $260 per team, which includes a 10-game r egular season and a singleelimination playoff tournament. F or more information,call South Area Parks and R ecreation at (321) 2554400.Jeni Ritter selected to help launch Florida T ech's swimming program J eni Ritter, a proven assistant coach with D ivision I experience, has been named Florida Tech's first men's and women's swimming coach and aquatics director. The swimming program, scheduled to make its debut this fall, will be a member of NCAA Division II and the S unshine State Conference. Ms. Ritter will also be tasked with the day-to-day operations of the university's new Panther Aquatic C enter. Pr ior to landing in Melbourne, Ms. Ritter helped guide Saint Francis University in Loretto, Penn., to its second consecutive Northeast Conference Championship this spring. F or the Red Flash, she worked with all training groups and saw 18 out of 19 school records fall within the 2010-11 season. O utside the water, she monitored the academic progress of the team's freshmen. S he gained recruiting experience at the college level during two years at F lorida International U niversity. Along with serving as the primary recruiter for the Golden Panther women, she focused on the team's in and out of water conditioning and planned community service projects. While working toward her first of two master's degrees, she was a volunteer coach for the men's team at The O hio State University from 2007-08. F or more information,call (321) 674-8250 or visit www.floridatechsports.com .Humane Society seeks volunteers The Central Brevard H umane Society is in need of dedicated individuals or groups who care about the w elfare of animals. V olunteering opportunities are available at the shelter, the Molly Mutt Thrift Shops in historic downtown Melbourne, M erritt Island and Rockledge, the "low-cost" spay/neuter & wellness clinic or as a "Society Ambassador" during community outreach (offsite) events. V olunteer activities may include walking dogs, socializing cats, grooming animals, shelter beautification projects, as well as r etail help at the thrift shops and assisting with community education and adoption events. F or more information, contact Brenda Spakes, v olunteer coordinator with the Central Brevard Humane Society at (321) 636-3343, Ext.207 or e-mail volunteer.coordinator@crittersavers.com.Donations needed for Humane Society's thrift shopsThe Central Brevard H umane Society's (four) M olly Mutt Thrift Shops, located in downtown M elbourne, Merritt Island, P alm Bay and Rockledge, are in need of donations. The donated items can be sofas (couches), dining sets, love seats, recliners, vanity sets, dresser drawers, beds (any size) with frames, headboards, dinette sets, ottomans, patio sets, sectionals, coffee and end tables and bedroom sets. F or more information, please contact the Central Br evard Humane Society at (321) 636-3343,Ext.203.Enrollment now open for 2012 Leadership Brevard programEnrollments are being accepted for Brevard's 201112 Leadership Brevard program. Class size is limited on a first-come, first-served basis. The essential credential for the community's leaders, the program is targeted for professionals living and working in Brevard County. Leadership Brevard is an eight-month experience with a 25-year legacy of excellences. Pa r ticipants gain unparalleled access to the people, issues and ideas shaping the community's future. Pa r ticipants are engaged from September through Ap r il, developing leadership skills and professional networks, in dialogue about key county and regional issues and exploring opportunities for increased civic involvement. The all-inclusive program tuition is $2,500, and a limited number of tuition assistance scholarships are available. To download an enrollment form or for more information,visit www.LEADBrevard.org or contact Melissa Breckenridge at LEAD Brevard at M elissa@LEADBrevard.org or by phone at (321) 632-8222.Recognizing a strokeS ometimes symptoms of a stroke are difficult to identify. Unfortunately, the lack of awareness spells disaster. The stroke victim may suffer severe brain damage when people nearby fail to recognize the symptoms of a stroke. No w doctors say a b ystander can recognize a stroke by asking three simple questions: Ask the individual to smile Ask the person to talk and speak a simple sentence (coherently) (i.e. It is sunny out today?) Ask him or her to raise both arms If he or she has trouble with any one of these tasks, call emergency number immediately and describe the symptoms to the dispatcher. Another "sign" of a stroke is this: Ask the person to stick' out their tongue If the tongue is crooked,' if it goes to one side or the other that also could be an indication of a stroke.PN C-Harbor F oundation funds coalition The PNC-Harbor Foundation recently awarded a $13,000 grant to Brevard N eighborhood Development Coalition. The grant will be used for the coalition's Dorcas O utreach Center for Kids, located in Melbourne's B ooker T. Washington community, as well as for the coalition's upcoming Ev ans Center, a model neighborhood market to be built in Palm Bay's Powell S ubdivision. F or more information,call (321) 253-4214 or visit www.BNDCserve.org. County school board member receives distinctionAmy J. Kneessy, a Brevard C ounty School Board member, was recognized as a certified board member r ecently in Tampa at the Annual Spring Conference, sponsored by the Florida School Boards Association. Ms. Kneessy earned this distinction by completing a minimum of 96 hours of training in 12 areas, which focus on the governance r oles and responsibilities of school board members. The Certified Board M ember Program is a voluntary training program for individual board members and is offered by the F lorida School Boards Association. Ms. Kneessy was elected to the school board in 2004. S he is currently an adjunct math instructor for Brevard C ommunity College in Palm Bay. Ms. Kneessy holds a bachelor of science degree in math education from I ndiana State University. S he also holds a master of science degree in school counseling from Butler U niversity in Indianapolis. A dditional graduate certifications from Indiana F riday, July 8, 2011 B6 MelbourneHometown News LOOSE DENTURES??MISSING TEETH??Richard Leong DDSDENTAL IMPLANTSmay be the answer to your problems. One or several teeth or an entire mouth of missing teeth can be replaced by implants. Loose partial or full dentures can be be firm again in your mouth with the help of implants. Dr. Richard Leong has been performing implant placements ever since 1975. He has been teaching implant dentistry to other dentists since 1982. CALLFORANAPPOINTMENTTODAY!!!321.723.8278 400 S. 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American Landscape' exhibitionThe Fifth Avenue Art G allery invites you to the exhibit,"American Landscape." This is a members-only show and celebrates this patriotic month. The exhibit runs through J uly 31. The Fifth Avenue Art G allery is at 1470 Highland Av e ., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 259-8261.A ward-winning artist celebrates local wildlife Be verly Osborne has announced her onewoman show: "Our Creatures Great and Small: W ildlife of the Merritt I sland Wildlife Refuge and the Canaveral National S eashore." The show is mounted at the Merritt Island National W ildlife Refuge Visitor C enter auditorium and r uns through July 31. H ours are 9 a.m. to 4:30 p .m. Monday through S aturday. Admission is free. M ost of the work in this show is new and never before exhibited. It captures the spirit of the creatures Ms. Osborne encounters in her work as a seasonal interpretive r anger for the National Park Se r vice and as a volunteer turtle conservationist. V isitors will discover that O sborne's work speaks to the beauty of the natural, undeveloped beach. F or more information,call (321) 536-5452.Highland Art and Studio Summer Art CampsH ighland Art and Studio offers summer camps in J une and July for grades 16. S pace, Stars and S huttles 9 a.m. to 1 p .m. Monday through Fr iday, July 11-15. C ampers will explore creating what NASA has contributed to the space program, including shuttles, astronauts and outer space scenes using mixed media and collage. Ex ploring the Ev erglades 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. M onday through Friday, J uly 18-22. C ampers will explore painting r epresentational scenery of the Everglades and its animal habitat, using acrylics on canvas. C ost is $130 tuition per camper per session and $120 for second student in family. F or more information, visit the gallery at 1414 H ighland Ave.,Melbourne or call (321) 243-9855.The Desecration of T ommy Boyle' at Emma's AtticThis is the story of T ommy Boyle, a mildly r etarded young man who has been wrongly convicted of murder. It is set in a Texas prison during Tommy's last days on death row. Pa rt of the story is told in "flashback." It is a deeply moving, poignant story with a surprise ending. Mr. Demaray is an actor/voice over actor/writer and lives in M elbourne. The show dates and times are: Fridays and Saturdays, J uly 15-16, 22-23 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, July 17 and 24 at 2 p.m. This Show is rated PG-13. Co st is $10 open seating. The box office is open T uesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and one hour before show times. T ickets may be reserved with Visa, Mastercard or D iscover Emma's Attic at The H istoric Emma Parrish Theatre, Titusville Playhouse, is at 301 Julia St., T itusville. F or more information,call (321) 268-1125 or (321) 2683711.The Brevard Art Museum presents Building Books: The Art of David Macaulay' The Brevard Art Museum presents a new exhibition "B uilding Books: The Art of Da vid Macaulay." The exhibition will showcase the original drawings, paintings and studies of best-selling author, artist and M acArthur Fellow, David M acaulay. Hi s gift for conveying complex concepts in a fun and understandable way has delighted children and adults for years. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, July 8, 2011 Melbourne B7 Northgate Wash Bowl187 4 N. Wickham Rd. 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I was fortunate enough a few y ears back to cover the inaugural Champions Tour event there and simply fell in love with the people and the resort. C ap Cana is on the eastern tip of the island of H ispaniola and is a quick flight away from most of S outh Florida's airports. C onstructed just outside P unta Cana on 30,000 acres of land featuring 3.5 miles of pristine white-sand beaches, lush vegetation and a limestone bluff that provides dramatic views of the turquoise-blue sea, it could easily be heaven on earth. The development is putting the final touches on its second of three planned J ack Nicklaus-designed courses. Already completed are a sprawling clubhouse and pool, bungalows, models of the residential property you can purchase, one of the largest manmade marinas in the Ca r ibbean, the Golden B ear Club and Spa, the luxurious Secrets Sanctuary hotel, a world-class tennis facility, a polo and equestrian center, cafes and a Eu r opean-style casino. P unta Espada (Tip of the S word) is the original course on the development and quite possibly my favorite golf course in the world. The course begins its visual festivities at the first tee. From atop a 30foot bluff, you can see most of the golf course, the beaches and the Caribbean S ea. The course features five sets of tees, allowing y ou to play the course anywhere from 5,052 to 7,396 yards. W ith the prevailing breeze coming from the northeast, you have to make your club selection very carefully. Fortunately, C ap Cana continues the Ca r ibbean tradition of caddies. My caddie, R olando, was fantastic. Just from watching me warm up before my round he had a good idea of my game. He was astute at giving me the r ight distance and club suggestions. His help on the undulating greens saved me several strokes. In all, 15 holes have views of the sea. Eight of the holes play to, from or along the sea. There are seven holes where the green is nearly surrounded or framed by the surf. There are also large bunkers and coquina rock areas framing the lush green of the fairways and greens. The sixth hole is a par-5 with an unusual feature. Located down the left side of this dog-leg left is a large vertical rock sink hole. Getting to this green in two will require a bold second shot over this crevasse. The hole most photographed at Punta Espada is the 13th. This downwind par-3 that plays a stout 249 yards from the tips is truly spectacular and requires y ou to carry the ball over the sea onto a large green. There is room to bail-out to the right, but your pitch shot is back toward the splashing sea. The finishing holes run to and along the sea. If you thought your tee shot at 13 was unnerving, the one at 17 will test you, as well. Once again, you must tee off over the sea to the fairway. Being a short hole, it also tempts you to bite off some of the distance. The green is small and missing it on your approach means finding water or sand. Y our day ends at the 18th, a long par-4 that plays into the prevailing wind. A long iron or fairway wood will likely be your club of choice on your approach shot to the elevated green located on a peninsula partially surrounded by water. Once your round is complete, it's time to refuel and refresh. The clubhouse has a huge locker room with all the amenities. The menu at the bar features local, fresh seafood dishes and refreshing drinks. All I need is a few dozen of my buddies to pool their money with me and buy a v acation place here. If yo u' d like to find out about special summer packages at Cap Cana, call (809) 227-2262 or visit www.capcana.com. J ames Stammer has been an avid golfer and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years.He hosts the Thursday N ight Golf Show on WSTU 1450-AM.Contact him at stammergolf@yahoo.com. Get out of town and play a round at Punta Espada GOLFJAMES STAMMER U niversity include educational leadership and special education. F or more information,call (321) 633-1000,Ext.796 or email davis.christine@breva r dschools.org.Mims solidifies coaching staff with former Panther Ryan BallardFo r mer Florida Tech standout Ryan Ballard will r eturn to the men's basketball program as an assistant coach, head coach Billy M ims announced recently. Mr. Ballard rounds out the P anthers' coaching staff, which also includes former Br evard Community College men's basketball head coach Terry Parks. Mr. Ballard played in the P anthers' backcourt for three seasons after transferr ing from St. John's River C ommunity College. While playing for Coach M ims, he scored 841 points, gathered 202 rebounds, swiped 144 steals and dished out a programr ecord 415 assists from 2007-09. He still holds the program's single-season mark for assists, 210, set over the course of the 2007-08 season. The Eau Gallie High School grad was twice named Sunshine State C onference Player of the W eek. As a first-year graduate student in 2009, he was selected All-SSC Honorable M ention. Mr. Ballard graduated from Florida Tech with a bachelor's in business administration in 2008. F or more information,call (321) 674-8250 or visit www.floridatechsports.com.New autism book by Brevard County resident"B r ains, Trains & Video G ames: Living the Autism Life," by Alicia Hart, details the emotional, humorous and often profoundly insightful journey of an everyday family raising a child with autism. This is a book about life with Ewan the center of one family's universe and the gravity that holds them together. F ar from being the stressor that causes this family to disintegrate, autism has made this family what it is today: A family that laughs more than it cries, and a family that eagerly awaits for the next Ewanism to spring forth from the lips of this solar system's sun. Alicia Hart, author of "B r ains, Trains & Video G ames," is a wife, mother and advocate for children and adults with autism spectrum disorder. S he has worked for va r ious autism-related agencies, early intervention programs and has consulted with schools, hospitals and other programs regarding autism spectrum disorders, feeding aversions and augmentative and alternative communication. Y ou can find this e-book available for download through Amazon and Ba r nes & Noble for $8.99. F or more information, email theautismlife@gmail.com or visit www.theautismlife.com.Lo c al counties win Innovation AwardsThe Florida Planning & Z oning Association recently r ecognized Brevard County, V olusia County, Miami C orporation and Ivey P lanning Group with I nnovation Awards for their y ears of partnership on theNotesF rom page B6 See NOTES, B8

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Fa r mton Local Plan. The four entities won the prestigious honor of I nnovation for their collabor ation in adopting a vision and plan for the 59,000-acre Fa r mton Tree Farm, located in both North Brevard and S outh Volusia counties, just west of I-95. The Plan permanently preserves nearly 80 percent of the land, including a critical regional wildlife corridor and environmentally significant habitat. This forward-thinking, 50y ear legacy also provides a plan for creating a sustainable, low impact, mixed use, green community in the future and eliminates the possibility of environmental fragmentation by prohibiting ranchette development patterns on the property. The award comes on the heels of the two counties and Miami Corporation r eceiving another statewide r ecognition on for the Fa r mton Plan from Sustainable Florida for Best Practices Award in the partnership category. F or more information visit www.farmtontreefarm.com.Brevard Public Schools honored for financial excellenceBr evard Public Schools has been awarded the Me r itorious Budget Award by the Association of School B usiness Officials and the D istinguished Budget Pr esentation Award by the Government Finance Officers Association for achieving the highest standards of governmental budgeting. This is the third year BPS has received the Meritorious Award, and the second y ear the district has received the Distinguished Budget Pr esentation Award. Br evard received these awards for exceeding the standards of each of the two programs. F or more information about either of the awards, please contact Judy Preston, associate superintendent of financial services,at (321) 633-1000,Ext.600.Florida Tech names football coachF lorida Tech President Anthony J. Catanese r ecently announced that S teve R. Englehart II, former head football coach at RoseH ulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Ind., has been selected as the first head football coach for the P anthers. Mr. Englehart, who played quarterback at Indiana State U niversity from 1996-99, w ent on to serve RoseH ulman as assistant coach for quarterbacks and offensive coordinator before being named head coach in 2006. H is all-time record there was 26-14, where he had the highest winning percentage in school history (.650). S ince 2010, Mr. Englehart has served as offensive coordinator at Indiana State U niversity in Terre Haute. F or more information,call (321) 674-8250 or visit www.floridatechsports.com. MI MA Kid Fit provides nutrition, fitness and wellness strategiesP ediatric Endocrinologists Omar Hudson, M.D., and J ohn Duncan, M.D. have created Melbourne Internal M edicine Association Kid F it a multi-disciplinary health and wellness program for kids and teens that addressed the growing problem of obesity in America's youth. MIMA Kid Fit includes care by a physician, diabetes educator, dedicated nutritionist and an exercise physiologist to help kids and their families adopt better nutrition, fitness and ov erall wellness, particularly if the child has diabetes or is facing early signs of metabolic syndrome. The program is designed in an easy-to-follow, ageappropriate step-by-step format that makes it easy for families to begin to adopt a healthier lifestyle. The key factors of the MIMA Kid Fit program include a custom-designed nutrition program, baseline fitness assessment, meeting with personal trainer and design of new fitness goals (with a strategy for achieving them), parental and family support plan, as well as regular checkups. MIMA Kid Fit has individual and group settings to meet each child's comfort level while they are working towards their ultimate w ellness goals. F or more information,call (321) 725-4500,Ext.3682 or visit www.mimapediatrics.com. East Central Florida Memory Disorder Clinic supports the Central Florida Silver Alert' Program R ecently a "Silver Alert" was issued to rescue a senior who drove away in his car in search of his deceased wife. Fo r tunately, he returned home on his own and suffered no negative consequences, but this is not always the case. While a "Silver Alert" is typically only activated for those already diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease or other related cognitive disorders, other times it is not until a senior does not r eturn home or gets lost while driving, which may be the first signs of abnormal cognitive change. The "Silver Alert" program r emains a critical tool in locating individuals diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease or other related cognitive disorders. The East Central Florida M emory Disorder Clinic has re newed its support for the program. Law enforcement should be commended for their prompt response and decision to issue a "Silver Alert," which increases the likelihood of recovery by quickly getting the word out within the state law enforcement network and additional eyes of concerned citizens driving on Florida's r oadways. In an effort to assist law enforcement, the East C entral Florida Memory D isorder Clinic follows up with the police and family upon the recovery of the "S ilver Alert" with Alzheimer's information and resources. To obtain a memory evaluation or Alzheimer r esources,call the East C entral Florida Memory D isorder Clinic at (321) 7689575.For information about S ilver Alerts,visit www.floridasilveralert.com. P ediatrics in Brevard hosts KIDS Club' program P ediatrics in Brevard has kicked-off its new KIDS Club program for Brevard C ounty pediatric patients. P ediatrics in Brevard has partnered with a number of Br evard County's most popular entertainment, food and sports activity venues to provide discounted food and services, and in some instances, free' admission to events across the county. Local vendor partners include Brevard Manatee's, Br evard IcePlex, Nature's T able, Firehouse Subs, H ealth First's Pro-Health & F itness Centers, Premier Theatres (The Oaks), Tr opical Smoothie, The Di nosaur Store, along with va r ious McDonalds locations, Andretti Skate Park and Galaxy Skateway, to name a few. The pediatric organization encouraged local businesses to become vendor partners' in its mission to teach Brevard County children how to live healthy and active lifestyles at an early age. F or more information on the Pediatrics in Brevard KIDS Club,contact Ann D uff,at (321) 636-3066.For more information on P ediatrics in Brevard,visit www.pedsinbrevard.com.NASA issues announcement for solar electric propulsion studiesNASA issued a broad agency announcement seeking proposals for mission concept studies of a solar electric propulsion system demonstration to test and validate key capabilities and technologies for future exploration missions. M ultiple studies have shown the advantages of using solar electric propulsion to efficiently transport heavy payloads from low Earth orbit to higher orbits. This concept enables the delivery of payloads to low Earth orbit via conventional chemical rockets. The use of solar electric propulsion could then spiral payloads out to higher energy orbits, including Lagrange point one, a potential assembly point in space between Earth and the moon. This approach could facilitate missions to near Earth asteroids and other destinations in deep space. Science missions could use solar electric propulsion to reach distant regions of the solar system, and commercial missions could use solar electric propulsion tugs to place, service, resupply, reposition and salvage space assets. NASA's strategic r oadmaps for exploration, science and advanced technology all consider solar electric propulsion a vital and necessary future capability. This Solar Electric Propulsion Demonstration M ission Concept Studies announcement is open to all non-government United S tates institutions, academia, industry and nonprofit organizations. NASA anticipates making multiple firm-fixed-priced awards with a total value up to $2 million. The deadline for submitting proposals is J uly 18. F or more information about the announcement, visit: http://nspires.nasaprs.com. F or more information about NASA and explor ation programs, visit: http://www.nasa.gov. K eep Brevard Beautiful thanks sponsors of rain barrel fundraiser K eep Brevard Beautiful thanked sponsors Brevard C ounty Natural Resources M anagement Office, Indian River Lagoon Program, M elbourne Regional Chamber of East Central F lorida, University of F lorida IFAS Extension, city of Melbourne and C ommunity Matters for participating in the first "R oll Out the Rain Barrel" fundraiser. In this fundraiser for Keep Br evard Beautiful, rain barrels were prepared by the sponsors and then painted by local artists. The rain barrels were then displayed in downtown M elbourne as a silent auction, and final bids were accepted at the Melbourne Art Festival. The paintings included designs such as beach balls, history of fishing, a secret garden, shorebirds, water colors our world, dolphin son, mellow jello, dancing tulips, birds eye view and F lorida native landscape. The artists who donated their talent to decorate the r ain barrels were Stacey Be r nstson, John Cielukowski, Debbie Coles, Elizabeth Fr ederick, Kelley Harrison, Cindy Lieberman, Elizabeth M elvin, Franceska Molloy, and Nancy Sadowski. The event was designed to bring awareness of the issues facing the Indian River Lagoon. R ain barrels help to conserve water resources while also decreasing the amount of storm water that r uns off property into storm drains, canals and local waterways, like the Indian River Lagoon. F or more information,call (321) 631-0501,Ext.201 or email P atbrownkbb@yahoo.com.Space Coast Cancer Fo undation offers educational nursing scholarshipsS pace Coast Cancer F oundation is offering educational nursing scholarships for oncology nurses at Parrish Medical C enter, Cape Canaveral H ospital, Wuesthoff Medical C enter-Rockledge, W uesthoff Medical CenterM elbourne, Holmes Regional Medical Center, Palm Bay H ospital and Viera Hospital. The foundation has available 10 $200 educational scholarships per hospital. F or more information,call (855) 894-HOPE. -For Hometown News F riday, July 8, 2011 B8 MelbourneHometown News 662239Answers located in Classified Section 670094For more information call us at (321) 729-0087€ W ills, Trusts and Guardianship€ F ull Service Probate & Trust Administration€M edicaid Qualification for Nursing H ome Placement€G uardian Advocacy and Special N eeds Trusts for Disabled Children and Adults€Board Certified as an Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation€VA Aid and Attendance for Long-Term Care Expenses€VA A ccredited Attorney Department of Veterans Affairs, Certificate #10840Helping Families Plan For Their Future 321 Sixth Avenue € Indialantic, FL 32903 T el 321-729-0087 € Fax 321-729-6969 www.ElderLawCenterBrevard.comRobin M. PetersenAttorney at Law Military Brat and Former JAG OfficerThe hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. 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He has a special genius for explaining the wonder of the way things work, from gadgets to gargantuan buildings, and for bringing r eaders on extraordinary journeys of the imagination. "B uilding Books: The Art of David Macaulay" was organized by the Norman R ockwell Museum in S tockbridge, Mass. The exhibition presents a diverse range of exhibition materials, including more than 100 original works of art, studies, sketchbooks, book dummies, manuscripts and correspondence, artifacts (including handbuilt ship models), stuffed specimens, reference materials, travel mementos and a video documentary about the artist, produced for the exhibition by the No r man Rockwell Museum. M acaulay's books bring together the worlds of art, history, science and fantasy and include "The Way Things Work," "The New W ay Things Work," "U nbuilding," "Cathedral," "C astle," "City," "Mill, Ship," "M osque," "Rome Antics," Angelo," "Black and White" and "Shortcut." The exhibition has been divided into three significant aspects of Macaulay's work: "Big Ideas," "Building S hip: Exploring the Artist's Pr ocess," and "Journey B ooks: The Evolution of I deas." The exhibition runs through Oct. 9. The Brevard Art Museum is at 1463 Highland Ave. in the Eau Gallie District of M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 242-0737.Photography exhibit with 10 Brevard photographers Br evard Community C ollege Planetarium Gallery and Brevard Cultural Alliance present a blackand-white photography exhibit on the Brevard C ommunity College Cocoa C ampus. The photographers participating in this exhibit include: John Andreozzi, Fr ed Benavidez, Terri Wells, R ebecca Chupka, Stan Cr andell, Patricia Corapi, K evin Curl, Dawn Currie, Anthony Guidone and Tony St r ong. This exhibit represents va r ious styles and themes of black and white photography. I nnovation and technology has changed the way we view and obtain photographic images. The typical use of film and dark room developing is all but extinct. The digital camera has taken over the industry and has changed the way in which the photographer will create the optimum effect from each shot. In this display are examples of traditional images, digitally enhanced, and black-and-white with a touch of color. The manor of presentation r eflects the personality of each photographer which will range from the typical matt and frame, gallery wrap image on canvas and printed on canvas with traditional framing. This exhibit includes four images of the 2010 "Art of S and" event, which was held in Cape Canaveral in April. The display runs through O ct. 15. F or more information,call (321) 690-6817 or visit www.artsbrevard.org. Y oung performing artists competitionIf anyone feels there are very few young and talented performing artists in Br evard County, all they would have needed to do is attend the recent performances of finalists in the S pace Coast Pops Orchestra's 15th Annual Young Pe r forming Artists Competition at the Holiday InnV iera. The six finalists were part of the 24 young people who performed the day before in the process of being judged by three professional adjudicators. Their ages ranged from nine through 18 and included nine pianists, five vocalists, four violinists, two marimbas, one flutist, one trumpeter, one dancer and one dancer/vocalist. The following day, all 24 competitors and their families gathered for the awards luncheon and a program by the six finalists doing what they competed with. They are: F irst Place Winner ($500) Tristan Rhodeside, age 18, violin, Satellite H igh School S econd Place Winner ($300) Nathaline Germain, age 15, piano, F lorida Air Academy Third Place Winner ($200) Jonathan N ewman, age 15, marimba, Eau G allie High H onorable Mention W inners: ($100) Isaac M oorman, age 9, piano, Su r fside Elementary School; Jane Jang, age 15, piano, West Shore J unior//Senior High School; and Sabrina P eterson, age 16, marimba, Eau Gallie H igh School The performances supported the most used comment made by the judges, which was "We never gave so many 10s," which is the top score in each of the categories. Thanks go to: Alyce Christ, executive director of the POPS; Joan Taddie, who served as mistress of ceremonies; John and Susan O'Hara, who provided lighting and sound for the event; John Czere, who r ecorded all the performances; and John Campione lll, who provided the piano. F or more information,call (321) 768-6289 or e-mail b427m416@aol.com. Colors of Summer' light up Art Gallery of Viera Art Gallery of Viera gets casual for the "Colors of S ummer" show with its opening 6-9 p.m. Saturday, J uly 9. Enjoy The Beach Boys' music and picnic with the gallery's diversely talented artists as they show off their r elaxed, summer-hued artwork. While you are there, show support for Susan Stone, who is raising money for her marathon for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. S he is running in the name of another gallery artist, M elissa Brooks, who has been recently diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma. The laid-back, summerthemed show is by Art G allery of Viera members and will be on display through July. Light summer snacks will be served. The Art Gallery of Viera is at 2271 Town Center Ave., S uite 101, The Avenue, V iera. C all (321) 504-4343 for more information.Second Saturdays at the Fifth Avenue Art GalleryW ould you like to see an art demo, meet some of the area's very best artists or learn about the newest art techniques? On the second Saturday of each month, the Fifth Av enue Art Gallery will host an art demo or talk. This is free and open to the public and will start at 2 p .m. There is limited seating, so come early. This month's Second S aturday is July 9 and will feature an "Alla Prima" demonstration. Alla Prima" is an artistic term for a work that is finished in just one sitting. There is no hyper-realistic detail, just the essence of the subject. G allery member Jini James has learned this technique with some of the best instructors and mentors during her career as an artist. S he is known for her adeptness in capturing not only a likeness in an informal portrait but also the mood and color of a landscape in a very short amount of time. H er demonstrations are informative and entertaining and will celebrate the work of the American Landscape Exhibit at the Gall ery. The Fifth Avenue Art Ga llery is at 1470 Highland Av e. in Melbourne. 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REDUCED $58,000. 321-254-9821 EARN YOUR High School Diploma at home in a few short weeks. Wo rk at your own pace. First Coast Academy.nationally accredited.Call f or free brochure.800658-1180 ext 82 www. fcahighschool.org INVESTORSOutstanding and immediate returns in equipment leasing for frac industry.Immediate lease out.Tax benefits and high returns. We need more equipment! 817-926-3535 EVER CONSIDER a Rev erse Mortgage? At least 62 years old? Stay in your home & increase cash flow! Safe & Effective! Call Now for your Free D VD! Call Now 888-879-2309 FRAC SAND HAULERS with complete bulk pneumatic rigs only.Relocate to Texas for Tons of Wo rk Great Company / pay.Gas cards / Quick Pa y available. 1-800-397-2338 SAPA 300PRIVATE PIER F or residents use in this 55+ Sebastian area comm unity.Beautiful model home, never lived in. REDUCED $20,000. 3/2 with ceramic kitchen, dining, bath & laundry room floors.Large living room with tray ceilings.Double driveway with carport & utility building & covered porch in front.Please call 772-664-3138 COCOA BEACH OCEAN SIDE 2br/2ba w/ pool & patio, newly painted.333 N Atlantic Ave. $850mo.321-773-2005 SIZZLING SUMMER Specials! At Floridas Best Beach New Smyrna Beach Stay a week or longer Plan a beach wedding or family reunion. www.NSBFLA.com or 1-800-541-9621 IRS PUBLIC AUCTION -MIAMI,FL3BR/2BA TOWNHOME, 2120sq.ft., Garage, enclosed backyard. 20547 NE 6th Ct, 33179. A uction 7/21, 10am. Registration 9:30am. Sharon Sullivan 954-423-7743 www.irsauctions.gov FLORIDA KEYS Marathon. Luxurious Oceanfront vacation homes. 4-6 Bedrooms. Private Pool, hot tub, docks & more! Weekly & long weekend rates. Last Minute Specials 1-888-564-5800 american-paradise.com LAKEWOOD VILLAGE 3/2,1300 sq ft.large eat in kitchen.Many amenities.Sacrifice! Appointment only Negotiable a m ust see -321-474-8942 DEVELOPER FORCED LIQUIDATION Smoky Mountain TN. Lake Condos & Lots Priced @ Foreclosure/Short Sale! Up to 100% Financing/ 5% interest bank terms.2Acre Lake Lot w/dock, $19,900.Preview 7/9-7/10, Sale 7/16-7/17. 1-866-434-8969 ext103. A TTEND COLLEGE Online from home.Medical, Business, Paralegal, Accounting, Criminal Justice.Job placement assistance.Computer available.Financial aid if qualified.800-494-3586 www.CenturaOnline.com ALLIED HEALTH career training-Attend college 100% online.Job placement assistance.Computer available.Financial Aid if qualified.SCHEV certified.Call (800)4819409 www .Centur aOnline .co m CDL DRIVERS IN DEMAND Jobs Available Now! Rated #1 Program www.truckschoolusa.com 1 ON 1 Training Small Classes FREE Seminar & Tour.1-866-832-7243 www.sageschools.com A TTEND COLLEGE Online from Home.*Medical, *Business,*Paralegal,*Ac counting,*Criminal Justice.Job placement assistance.Computer avail. 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Senior discounts.Call for details.321-289-8006 A FEW Pro Drivers Needed Top Pay & 401K Great Equipment & Benefits 2 Mos.CDL Class A Driving Exp (877)2588782 www.meltontruck .com MELBOURNE HOME Furn 1-Br, shared bath, F emale pref.House privileges, Nice area $475/mo incl all. 321-626-6084 FRANKLIN NCsubdivision 1/3rd sold 30 lots left.Were $25,000 to $115,000 Now half price. w/financing.Also in town cottage.1/1 Lease option bu y. 828-342-9349 FREE INVESTOR Tr aining course.Learn how to make an extra $100/day. Limited Space.Call 866-905-7676 to Register P ALM BAYShares bathroom, kitchen, living room, w/d, utilities included $400/mo ref required 321-574-8204 CAPE EFFICIENCIES 1-2 rms, nr beach, furn, cable,a/c, pool, laundry f acilities.$125/ wk & up. Long term, no pets. 321-784-2777;223-1156 CAPE CANAVERALOnly feet to the beach! Efc-1br-2br, $495+ up. 321-613-3402;745-8555; or 410-591-0490 JUST 10HRS/WEEK can make you up to $1500 + per month.321-695-9693 www.nancywellness.com 55+ WATERFRONT COMMUNITY 2004 Fleetwood 2/2 with ceramic floors in kit, dining room & laundry.Has lanai, storage unit & carport.Newly landscaped and move in ready in the Sebastian area.$15,000 Call 772-708-2108 for more information. MelbourneCompletely furnished model mobile home in 55+ park.$8000 or best offer.Call for more info 321-750-9293 COCOA All Ages MH Pa r k, Quick ownership, rent to own.2bdrm $495/ mo.3Bdrm $525/mo. Call 321-639-0370 MELBOURNE 55+ Park. Giving away2Br/1-1/2 Ba Solid floor & roof.Needs lots of work, no pets. Clean criminal record required.321-259-5684 PORT ST LUCIEPGA Village 4br/5ba with screened pool, possible 5th bedroom 20x20 bonus room or additional garage with a/c granite counters, porcelain floors 2 stories, crown molding $549,000.Negotiable 772-468-8746 Please see slideshow online www.hometownnewsol.c om under featured properties on the home page BRING THE FAMILY! Wa rm up with our Sizzling Summer Specials at Floridas Best Beach, New Smyrna Beach.See it at www .NSBFLA.com/Speci als Call 1-800-541-9621 735 Out of Area for Sale 288 Sports & Fitness Equipment 427 Miscellaneous Employment 275 Misc. Items 275 Misc. Items 275 Misc. Items 450 Sales 830 Out of Area For Rent 710 Houses for Sale 288 Sports & Fitness Equipment 510 Schools 275 Misc. Items 0703 Auctions 275 Misc. 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F riday, July 8, 2011 B12 MelbourneHometown News RESULTS WHEN YOU PLACE YOUR AD IN HOMETOWN NEWS! CALL CLASSIFIED 321-242-0442 SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERSSell your home with an ad in HOMETOWN NEWS 321-242-0442From Martin County through Volusia TELLEM Y OU SAW THEIR AD IN THE HOMETOWN NEWS!Call Classified for all of your advertising Needs! 321-242-0442SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS! THEY MAKE THIS ALL POSSIBLE! FOR CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 321-242-0442 SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS F orget BUY HERE PAY HERE!GUARANTEED CREDIT APPROVAL! We Special Order & Ship Anywhere 321-821-4770 WE BUY MOTORCYCLESŽ109 S. Babcock Street € Between 192 & US 1www.buyyourautonow.com585621T ake Advantage of our Special Order Program!ŽCall for Details!Save Thousands of Dollars Thru Our Special Order Program! This Weeks Featured Specialƒ2005 Dodge Neon SXT6995$699589K Miles, Auto, 4 door 585025 Sell your car with an ad in the HOMETOWN NEWS! Special Pricing to run your ad From Martin County through Volusia County! Y our choice...Choose any 2 or all 13 newspapers. Best Price & Best Value around!AND there is more...Y ou get 3 weeks FREE with y our one week cost!AND theres more...Photos online for only $1.00!No better way to GET IT SOLD! Call Classified Today! 1-800-823-0466classified@HometownNewsOL.com 585633 WEST MELBOURNE 4bdrm/1.5ba, very cean, f enced yard.590 Sylvia Rd.$1000mo.1st/Last/ $500 Dep.321-725-1398 P ALM BAY SE 3/2/2cg f enced backyard, tile, carpert in bdrms, tiled back porch, fresh paint, pet ok $800/mo.321-676-4897 WA TERFRONT B ANANA RIVER 55+ Pa rk Large 1BR cottage, New Central Air & Floors, Dishwasher, $450/mo; Coming Soon, New 2BR Singlewides For Sale. Merritt Island Village, 321-452-4684 See photos online www. HometownNewsClassifie ds.com AD#55978 JENSEN BEACH -Lrg 2br/2ba/1cg newly remod w/ scrn patio, tile, all appls, friendly neighbrhd Immac! Backgrnd ck req $850/mo 954-817-3376 VERO BEACH 3/3/2 +den, Castaway Cove, w alk to beach, pool, spa, fireplace, immaculate. 786-210-3563 MELBOURNE -nice duplx W ater included! 1/1 w/d, $475.2/1 $650. F resh paint, new carpet, on quiet st., yard & deck, pet ok.Call 321-693-2784 MELBOURNE 2br/2ba, close to shopping, very clean, nice size rooms, w/d hookups, $600/mo. 321-255-1661;431-3482 VERO BEACH 55+ Furnished condo.2/2 1st floor.FL rm, Villa Mar ActiveComm with pool & clbhse.$700/mo + sec 772-569-2354 P ALM BAY N.E., Remodeled 2Br/1Ba, w/d hookup, large porch, priv ate yard, $500/mo.+sec. Call Rick 321-427-0722 CHEVROLET S-10, 2001 king cab with bed liner & matching cap, jump seat tinted, large tires & wheels, green with gray interior, 1 owner $8500 407-473-9551 See photo online www. hometownnewsol.com AD #42642 KIA SPORTAGE LX 08 4 Cyl., 2WD, auto power windows/locks, a/c, clean 64.5k miles, roof rack $12,900, 321-268-8456 TWIN VEE2003, 26(2) 140HP engines, incl trailer, $20,000 OBO 14 P ANGA SKIFF w/trailer 20HP, 4 stroke Yamaha $3500.772-257-5940 MELBOURNE BEACH55+ includes family.2/2 fully furn, dblwide family room, roomy new kitchen w dw, family room den fl rm utility room, carport. W/D one block from Ocean & Indian River. heated pool & clbhse. monthly & weekly.Boat r amp, boats allowed with fishing pier.$1250/mo 732-513-2318 see photos online www. hometownnewsclassifide s .com ad # 59932 P ALM BAY Holiday Pa rk 55+.2/2 Fully Furnished Pool, Clubhouse etc.Nice treed lot.$595/ month.Owner/Lic.RE Broker 321-727-9000 SEBASTIAN Tr i-plex 1-br/1-ba.Central A/C. Screened Lanai.So Indian River Dr.$600/mo. 863-983-8064 COCOA All Ages MH Pa r k, Quick ownership, rent to own.2bdrm $495/ mo.3Bdrm $525/mo. Call 321-639-0370 Titusville MOBILE HOME LOT FREE Rent for 3mnths!! Corner lot, $285/mo.incl w ater/sewer/mowing.Also, MHs for sale.Call Cherrydon 55+ Park, 9-5 321-591-9080500 SL99Mercedes Convertible + Hard Top.Exc cond. 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