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670783 WIN$100000UP TO WEVE GOT EMƒ COME GET EM!BUMPER STICKERS NOW AVAILABLE € SEE PAGE 6 FOR MORE DETAILSCALL242-1013TO GET YOURS IMy 668640 Su r fers of all ages will vie for four spots in the open longboard and shortboard divisions at this year's S ixth Annual Amateur Athletic U nion competition on Aug. 13-14, hoping for a chance to be invited to surf in the Slater Brothers Invitational World Skin Cancer event in October. The invitations for the top finishers will be personally handed out to the finalist from this surfing event by Cocoa Beach brothers S ean and Steven Slater, siblings of the current ten-time world champion, Kelly Slater. This will be the last year this AAU annual contest will be open to anyone," said Sean Slater. We are really trying to develop the relatively newly formed AAU Surfing into an organization that promotes amateur surfing around the country," he said. The event, to be held in front of C oconuts on the Beach in Cocoa B each, will be hosted by the Slater Br others Surf Company, in conjunction with the Amateur Athletic U nion. The union is one of the largest non-profit volunteer multi-sports organizations in the U.S., dedicated exclusively to promotion and development of amateur sports. F ounded in 1988, the AAU organization has worked closely with the Olympic movement, and now is active in promoting more than 34 youth and adult sports programs in 56 districts nationwide. Programs offered by the AAU include: AAU Sports Program, AAU J unior Olympic Games, AAU James E. Sullivan Memorial Award, and the AAU Complete Athletic Program. In addition, the President's Challenge program is administered on behalf of the President's C ouncil on Physical Fitness and S ports. The 2011 AAU National Surfing Championships provides an opportunity for any surfer of any age to compete with some top ASP surfers along with other talented world-class surfers. As a relatively new AAU sport, AAU surfing has been making its presence with its annual national surfing championship event for the past six years. Organizers of AAU Surfing have been working on implementing district directors around the U.S. to help grow the organization's presence and promote the benefits they have to offer members. R usty Buchanan, AAU national surfing director and founder, said in a news release that he hopes the enthusiasm for competitive surfing continues to grow. This year's AAU surfing competition will offer surfing divisions from menehune (ages 8 and y ounger), to senior men's and women's and will kick off with a r egistration party on Friday, Aug. 12, with a registration party at Tournaments Family Sp orts Eatery, 35 N. Brevard Ave., C ocoa Beach from 5-8 p.m. Su rf movies and snacks will be provided for entrants. R egistration online is available at www.aausurfing.com or at www.spacecoastsports.com/aausur f2011. All entries must hold a current AAU membership, and those who competed in last year's event will be eligible to use their current memberships. Non-members may r egister to obtain a membership card on the AAU website. On Saturday, Aug. 13, all contestants will follow Eastern Surfing Association competition rules, and hit the surf at 8 a.m. All contest-Competitors will vie for spot in Slater Brothers Invitational fall eventSlater Brothers to host AAU Union Surf Championships 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 msnbc.msn.com : Ma n drops wallet in manhole,gets stuck A Ceres, Calif., man dropped his wallet inside a manhole and got stuck trying to fetch it, police said. Ja r ed Medeiros, 21, was in headfirst when police discovered two legs flailing in the air. When police tried to pull him out, his waist wouldn't budge from the tunnel. LOYAL CADDIE O UT OF WORKJob ideas for T iger's fired caddie P ageB9 INSIDE ENTERTAINMENTB1 IN DEXLOC AL ARTISTCalendarA13 ClassifiedB10 Crossword B9 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Star Scopes B1 Military News B6 V iewpoint A6 RO MANCING THE STOVE B8 Healthy choices at fast-food restaurantsV ol. 8, No. 1 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, July 29, 2011 670793 See WE IRD, A2 H OW W EIRD IS THAT?!SE AN MCCARTHY By Sue DeWerffsdewerff@hometownnewsol.comSee SURF, A4 Public sea turtle release to kick off worldwide marathon A Florida-based organization is sure to shell out some educational fun this w eekend, with the official launch of the T our de Turtles marathon. F or the past four years, the Sea Turtle C onservancy, a nonprofit organization based in Gainesville, has hosted the event as a way to involve and educate the public in research efforts that promote sea turtle conservation, said Rocio J ohnson, the organization's public relations coordinator. Each summer, scientists with the organization release several species of sea turtles from a variety of well-known nesting areas throughout the world. B efore being released, each turtle is equipped with a satellite-tracking device that allows anyone with Internet access to follow their path. The turtle that swims the farthest distance by Oct. 31 is named the winner. This year, 14 sea turtles the highest number to date will compete in the marathon, representing four species: loggerhead, leatherback, hawksbill and green. On Sunday, July 31 at 7 a.m., "Bubbles," an adult loggerhead sea turtle, will kick off the marathon, after being r eleased from behind the Barrier Island S anctuary Management and Education C enter in Melbourne Beach. "B ubbles" will be selected by scientists from the Sea Turtle Conservancy and the University of Central Florida the night before she is released, after she has finished nesting along the Archie C arr Refuge. H er name chosen by one of the event sponsors, Little Tikes, "Bubbles" will be swimming to raise awareness about the threat of plastic debris in the ocean. In the past, the free event has been known to draw hundreds of turtle supporters and wildlife enthusiasts from throughout the world.Hundreds expected to cheer on Bubbles' as she is released from Melbourne BeachBy T ammy Robertstroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee TURTLE, A2W all paintings Andy Stefanek/ staff photographerChristopher Maslow of Melbourne paints a beach and Space Shuttle-themed mural on the wall at Melbourne Square Mall. Horsin' aroundMELBOURNE It sounded like an old vaudeville routine. H omeowner: "What's that horse doing in my pool?" Fi r efighter: "The backstroke?" It was no joke. A retired racehorse accidentally strolled into a swimming pool at a Melbourne residence and was stuck there for five hours before firefighters managed to extricate him by using heavy equipment. The 6-year-old stallion, appropriately named "Caper," is r ecovering fully, despite a couple of scrapes on his legs, said Lt. J effrey Taylor, spokesman for Br evard County Fire Rescue. "H is appetite is there, he's doing well, we don't expect any side effects," Lt. Taylor said. "He Photo by Brevard County Fire RescueCaper, a 6-year-old stallion, is doing fine after spending five hours in a residential swimming pool after entering the area through an unlocked gate.Firefighters rescue horse stuck in swimming poolSee HORSE, A4

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The fire department had to assist to pull him out. When they did, about 40 minutes had passed. They assessed his medical condition and found some minor scrapes and contusions. P olice said he was slightly intoxicated but not impaired. Fr om ktvz.com : B ald eagle saved by Oregon vet's mouth-to-beak CPR A Bend, Ore., veterinarian performed life-saving CPR on an injured bald eagle that was under anesthesia during physical therapy. KTVZ-TV reports Jeff C ooney performed the therapy, during which the bald eagle, nicknamed "P atriot," stopped breathing. Cooney's "mouth to beak" resuscitation got the eagle breathing again. The injured eagle was found by two La Pine women near Crane Prairie R eservoir. The eagle had suffered a dislocated shoulder and paralyzed r ight leg. C ooney says it's uncertain whether he will be able to r eturn the bird to the wild. If the bird's foot doesn't improve in the next three we eks, Cooney says he could be forced to euthanize him. Fr om foxnews.com: T exas man afraid of heights gets stuck on bungee ride A suburban Dallas woman's well-meaning attempt to help her future husband overcome his fear of heights went horribly wrong when a bungee ride they were in got stuck 50 feet off the ground for three hours because cables got tangled. Ir ving residents William M ancera and Thalia R odriguez were not injured during their ordeal. Dallas firefighters eventually used an aerial ladder truck to help get the couple safely to the ground. M ancera tells KXAS-TV that his fear of heights "won again" and he is "never r iding anything of that sort ever again." B ut he also says the ordeal has brought them closer together. They plan to marry in February. The ride remains closed as the company that operates it investigates why the malfunction happened. Fr om mlive.com : M ichigan bride arrested on warrant misses court date A uthorities say a Michigan bride arrested in her w edding dress on a felony warrant after exchanging vows at a Jackson-area church has missed a court date. The J ackson Citizen P atriot r eports 53-year-old T ammy Lee Hinton was scheduled to appear in J ackson County District C ourt. Blackman-Leoni To wnship Public Safety D eputy Director Jon J ohnston says his department planned to work to locate her if another arrest warrant is issued. P olice believed the woman had moved to F lorida, and they got two tips that she would be back in town for the wedding. P olice say she was arrested on the three-year-old warrant for identity theft, booked and released after less than 30 minutes. Fr om news.yahoo.com : To r toise gets artificial wheel at vet hospital A 12-year-old African tortoise that recently had its front left leg amputated due to injury is now moving just fine, thanks to a swiveling wheel attached to his shell by doctors at Washington S tate University's veterinary hospital. The 23-pound tortoise, named Gamera after the giant flying turtle of the old J apanese monster movies, is gaining weight and generally thriving with his new appendage. "I don't know whether he'd pass the hare, but he moves around very well," said Charlie Powell, spokesman for WSU's veterinary hospital in Pullman, Wash. The tortoise is particularly good at moving toward food and has gained 3 pounds since the wheel was attached, Powell said. The caster-style wheel should last for years before it has to be replaced, he said. Po w ell said the casterstyle allows Gamera to move w ell on both flat and lumpy surfaces. The African spur-thighed tortoise was brought to the WSU hospital by its owner; he was suffering from a severe leg injury with an unknown cause, WSU officials said. The injury was life threatening, so the leg was amputated at the shoulder. V eterinarians attached the wheel to the tortoise's shell using an epoxy adhesive, and the animal took to the new device immediately, WSU officials said. S ean McCarthy can be r eached at (772) 408-0680 or help@ComputeThisOnline.com (no hyphens). F riday, July 29, 2011 A2 MelbourneHometown News 668972 SV ONLY.CANNOTBECOMBINEDWITHANYOTHEROFFER.EXP8/31/11 HTN(REFRACTIONISPORTIONOFEYEEXAMNOTCOVEREDBYINSURANCE) CANNOTBECOMBINEDWITHANYOTHEROFFER. EXP12/31/11 HTNCANNOTBECOMBINEDWITHANYOTHEROFFER.EXP8/31/11 HTNCANNOTBECOMBINEDWITHANYOTHEROFFER. LICENSEDHEARINGSPECIALISTONSTAFF. 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In 2010, the organization r ecorded nearly 30,000 visitors from 108 countries to the Tour de Turtles website, Ms. Johnson said. In total, the "Causes Challenge" raised almost $13,000 in donations to benefit the work of the Sea Turtle Conservancy. What started as a small ceremony hosted by the nonprofit has quickly grown into a much-loved event, featuring local, national and international ties. Ms. Johnson said she thinks it's the combination of hard, scientific research with a fun-spirited, interactive website that makes the event so unique. "T our de Turtles is designed to be a long-term, educational experience, but we add lots of personal touches by naming the turtles, giving them animated caricatures and creating fun games that make the r esearch more exciting," she said. "We have fans that consider themselves part of a Tour de Turtles Booster,' which tells me that audiences enjoy cheering for these different turtle competitors." The Tour de Turtles 2011 K ick-Off Event will feature a S ocial & Silent Auction Saturday, July 30 at 6 p.m. at the B arrier Island Center, 8385 S. Highway A1A, Melbourne B each. The Live Turtle Release will be Sunday, July 31 at 7 a.m. at the Barrier Island C enter. Reservations are not r equired, and the event is free and open to the public. F or tickets to the auction, to track the sea turtles or for more information, visit www.tourdeturtles.org.T urtleF rom page A1 W eirdF rom page A1 ClassifiedCHECK OUT THE www.HometownNewsOL.com

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ants who advance in their individual heats will surf on S unday, Aug. 13, along with the individuals entering the open division opportunity to get an invite to the Slater I nvitational. W inners of the top three spots in their respective divisions will receive bronze, silver and gold medals from the organization. This is a rare opportunity for amateur surfers to be able to compete with world class surfers at the Slater I nvitational event," said J ulie Stein, co-organizer and Slater Brothers spokeswoman. S ean Slater, who has been a supporter of the union for many years, said he is looking forward to the event and hopes there will be sufficient contestable waves. This contest has become a huge favorite for many, especially in the two open divisions," said Mr. Slater. "N ot only is it a fun family oriented contest, the AAU surfing championships promotes a great organization." S pace Coast Sports Television will also be sponsoring the event, and will feature a live webcast of the contest. F or more information visit www.aausurfing.com or call J ulie Stein,co-event coordinator at (407)-538-6402. F riday, July 29, 2011 A4 MelbourneHometown News 663985 8,800 acre working cattle ranch & wildlife sanctuary 3 Hour Tourwith Light Refreshment $4695 p/p+tax4 Hour Tourwith BBQ Rib &Chicken $6103 p/p+tax 671371Robert Krieg, Swiss CraftsmanOn the web! www.swisscraftsman.comFURNITUREREFINISHING Great Pricing On Kitchen Cabinet RefinishingDONT BUY NEW...REFINISH!626-4836 1271 W. King St. (SR520) Cocoa Dr.Denture670725€ 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 670807 668638 670745Think PINK for all your insurance needs!Home € Auto € Business € Health € Life € Home € Auto € Business € Health € Life € (321) 254-9799PINK www.atlanticcoastinsurance.com1740 Sarno Road Melbourne, FL32935 Corey Howell, 15, of Melbourne, was one of four top finishers in the open shortboard contest at the 2010 AAU event. He competed in the at the Slater World Skin Cancer Invitational last year and hopes to compete again this year during the AAU contest for a coveted spot to surf against world class pro surfers at the annual Skin Cancer event scheduled for October of this year.Photo courtesy of American Amateur Athletic UnionSurfF rom page A1 had a couple of minor wounds on his legs where he had been kicking around. Other than that, he's expected to make a full r ecovery." The incident occurred about 1 p.m. last Tuesday while three teenaged boys we re swimming in a screened-in pool in the 4300 block of Pinewood Drive, where the horse was being boarded. The horse accessed the enclosed pool through a door left ajar and accidentally fell in the pool as the boys tried to shoo him away, Lt. Taylor said. The boys pushed him toward the shallow end, and he remained stuck in the smaller part of the pool. Fo r tunately, eight members of the Fire-Rescue squad have received training, sponsored by the Brevar d Zoo, in how to r escue animals from a va r iety of predicaments, and they put that training into action, Lt. Taylor said. B ut this was a horse of a different color. The boys had tried for about two hours to dislodge the animal from the pool before they called Brevard C ounty Fire Rescue. "I 'm no animal expert, but he was very hesitant to come up the stairs of the pool," Lt. Taylor said. "It's not a natural thing for them to do." Lt. Taylor said Fire Rescue personnel called in a veterinarian to calm the horse and went slowly in trying to coax the animal out. "I t took two hours of planning," Lt. Taylor said. He said the rescue team didn't horse around in its w ell-planned effort. "Y ou don't want to move too fast, that would have stressed the horse even more," Lt. Taylor said. "The safety of the animal was first and foremost in consideration." When efforts to push C aper out failed, the r escuers summoned a heavy duty tow truck used for towing disabled fire engines. The 1,500-pound horse was sedated while Fire R escue personnel fashioned a sling around his body, and he was hoisted out of the pool. "W e lifted him right to his stall," Lt. Taylor said.HorseF rom page A1 YOUR LOCAL NEWS & INFORMATION SOURCE

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, July 29, 2011 Melbourne A5 670804 3710 N. U.S. 1 Cocoa (321) 639-3010Mon Sat 10am -7pm Sun Noon 5pmDISCOUNTEDITEMS € CLOSEOUTS € CANCELLEDORDERS FLOORSAMPLES € ONE-OF-A-KINDS € OVERSTOCKS LIMITEDQUANTITIESA V AILABLE 3451 W. New Haven Ave. W est Melbourne (321) 725-5461Mon Sat 9am 8pm Sun Noon 5pm Locally Owned & Operated for Over 35 YearsWWW.LA-Z-BOY.COM/BREVARD Special Financing AvailableSEESTOREFORDETAILS Police report Cocoa P olice Department Steven Lee Chao, 44, of 6919 North U.S. 1, Melbourne, was charged July 17 with petit larceny.Melbourne P olice Department Chandler Covert, 18, of 2100 Judge Fran Jamieson Wa y, V iera, was charged July 16 with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Gina Coviello, 39, of 813 Cheyenne Ave., Melbourne, was charged July 16 with grand larceny. Travis Dean Crespo, 23, of 2153 Lander Ave. N.E., Palm Ba y, was charged July 16 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling and criminal mischief-property damage. William H. Tonsing, 49, address unknown, was charged July 16 with unarmed burglar of an unoccupied structure and possession of burglary tools with intention to use. Danny L. Paulson, 52, of 106 Bottlebrush Drive, Palm Ba y, was charged July 18 with r esisting arrest with violence, felony driving under the influence and felony battery on an officer/firefighter/EMT. Joseph Sikes, 19, of 3135 S hady Dell Lane, Melbourne, was charged July 18 with attempting to solicit conspire, carrying a concealed electric weapon and felony on-site violation of probation. Krystal L. Kirby, 28, address unknown was charged July 19 with procuring a prostitute. Jeffery Lewis Patterson, 27, of 2160 Avocado Ave., M elbourne, was charged July 19 with possession of cocaine with intent to sell, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving while license suspended, possession of cocaine with intent to sell within 1,000 feet of a school/business/place of worship and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana. Oties Jamaal Kelly, 32, of 621 Reddick St., Melbourne, was charged July 21 with burglary with assault/battery, unarmed robbery by sudden snatching, simple assaultthreatening to do violence, criminal mischief-property damage and felony child abuse.P alm Bay P olice Department Michelle Renae Dolwick, 29, of 201 Ocean View Lane, M elbourne, was charged July 15 with felony child abuse.W est Melbourne P olice Department James Stephen Irwin, 28, of 420 Harbor City Blvd. S., M elbourne, was charged July 15 with felony driving while license permanently re voked. Michael Keith Barrett, 56, address unknown, was charged July 17 with resisting arrest without violence, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and felony trespassing.Florida Fish and Wildlife Raymond George Auer, 62, of835 Washburn Road, M elbourne, was charged July 21 with felony boating under the influenceBrevard County Sheriff's Office Sean Derick Bly, 39, of 4455 W. New Haven Ave., We st Melbourne, was charged July 15 with withholding child support. Richard Edwin Cobb, 32, address unknown, was charged July 15 with dealing in stolen property and falsifying information on a pawn broker trade. Shayne Robert Hutton, 27, of 319 Vesta Circle, Melbourne, was charged July 15 with falsifying information on a pawnbroker trade, dealing in two counts of larceny and three counts of dealing in stolen property. Christopher J. Johnson, 27, of 2085 Lakeview Drive, M elbourne, was charged J uly 15 with larceny and dealing in stolen property. Peter Kalata, 42, address unknown, was charged July 15 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and selling drugs. Michael Lenord Seigler, 32, of 780 Carolin St., Melbourne, was charged July 15 with two counts of possession of cocaine. Theodore Lawrence W ells, 26, address unknown, was charged July 15 with two counts of possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Mark Robert Williams, 40, of 201 Plantation Club Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged July 15 with felony battery by strangulationdomestic violence. Nicole Marie Royer, 25, of 4656 Fourlakes Drive, M elbourne, was charged J uly 17 with felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Richard Cuningham V alentine, 56, address unknown, was charged July 17 with petit larceny. Edgar G. Youngling, 47, of 704 Bayview Court, Melbourne, was charged July 17 with felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Alejandro J. Castillo, 21, of 2275 Friday Court, West M elbourne, was charged J uly 19 with selling drugs, possession of drugs with intent to sell and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Donna Lynn Rader, 43, of 1499 Arthur Circle, Melbourne, was charged July 20 with procuring a prostitute, possession of drug paraphernalia and felony failure to appear. Carrie M. Sines, 23, of 3660 Heartwood Lane, Melbourne, was charged July 20 with petit larceny, fraudattempting to use the identification of another, fraudillegal use of credit cards and felony on-site violation of probation. Hannah Leigh Moore, 23, of 426 Lake Victoria Circle, Melbourne, was charged Ju ly 21 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Marice Andre Smith, 31, of 516 Roberts St., Melbourne, was charged July 21 with possession of a w eapon/ammo by a convicted felon, possession of cocaine with intent to sell and possession of drug paraphernalia. 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. Community leaders discuss future of Space CoastJ ust because the space shuttle program is now history, some have the misconception that T itusville and the Kennedy S pace Center Visitor Complex is closing its doors. This could not be further from the truth," said T itusville's vice mayor, W alt Johnson at the end of a media event held at the complex last Wednesday, as the Atlantis shuttle touched down that day for the last time. Du r ing a luncheon with a retired citizen in the county and other out-oftown guests, Mr. Johnson was asked the question, When is KSC shutting down?" He immediately told them that that rumor was false. He commented on this conversation at the lunch date after the meeting at KSC where regional leaders presented their thoughts on what's to come in the post-shuttle error. The panel, led by Christine Michaels, CEO of the M elbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce, all conceded that the future of Brevard is strong and will thrive, despite the r ecent layoffs in the aerospace industry and final shuttle launch. Linda Weatherman, president and CEO of the E conomic Development C ommission of Florida's S pace Coast, spoke about the recent influx of new jobs that have already been filled at several Breva rd companies in the aerospace industry, with more to come at companies including AAR, Embraer, Mid USA and B igalow Aerospace. Sh e said, "there are business opportunities for the community related to priv ate launch companies as w ell, and that NASA is just one leg in the stool of the space industry." R ocket launches, including the scheduled flights of the Juno Mission to Jupiter A ug. 5, the Grail Mission to M ars, Sept. 8, and the Mars Science Lab on Nov. 25, will hope to add to the reasons why visitors will want to come and witness space exploration history in the future, she said. T om Williamson, president of the Cocoa Beach H otel and Lodging Association, who also spoke on the panel, said he is confident that the $2.8 billiona-year local tourism industry will continue to thrive. W ith more than 72 miles of beaches, ecotourism attractions cruises from Po rt C anaveral, and air shows and music festivals like the recent "Runaway C ountry" event held this past spring in Melbourne and the Kennedy Space C enter Visitor Complex, tourism will remain the biggest part of our local economy. I ncluded at the panel discussion was the presentation by Bill Moore, COO of the visitor complex, of the 10-year master plan for the complex. He spoke enthusiastically about the $100 million project that will enable people around the world to visit the r etired space shuttle orbiter Atlantis at the center by 2013, and said that the 66,000-squarefoot building where it will be housed is only a part ofBy Sue DeWerffsdewerff@hometownnewsol.comSee FUTURE, A9

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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,Matthew Gardner GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY!Stop by ANY office or CALL!!!WIN $1 00-$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 670786 They destroyed my service record and created a new r ecord showing that I went AWOL during my basic training days. I said "so what." I lied about my age, but I did serve my country; saved a lot of lives that might not have been saved. O ther men have lied about their age, and you let them go without doing anything to them. Why did they do this to me? I love my country. It is the crooked politicians that I fear. They have ruined this country and they have ruined we the people.'Credit card sagaThe people of the United States are like a man who went to his bank to get a credit card. The banker told him, you qualify for our "no limit" credit card. To protect the bank and make it easy for you, we will automatically deduct your minimum payment. The man agreed and signed the documents. Ev erything went along smoothly for some time until the man began to spend more freely and buy more stuff on his credit card. Ev ery month, the man said to himself, "next month I'll pay down my debt," but he did not. The bank was taking care of it for him. As his debt grew, so did his minimum payment; until his paycheck got smaller and smaller, not much at first, but then more and more and faster and faster. H is friends warned him that he was on a slippery slope. He didn't listen to them. He said, "I have a good job and good credit. I work hard. I deserve the good life." Then he went out and bought a luxury car and boat. S oon after that he lost his job, and the bank cut off his credit. W ith his last $10, he purchased a lottery ticket. What do you think are the odds for this man?Obscene photos on cigarette packagesIt appears that the anti-smoking crowd are ecstatic over the new requirement to place obscene photos on cigarette packages. Once again a specific targeted segment of the population in this questionable Democracy is being discriminated against. Where are the photos of bloodshot eyeballs, rock-hard livers and auto wrecks containing mangled bloody bodies on the labels of alcoholic beverages? Where are the photos of cholesterol-plugged veins and arteries, the pendulous buttocks and flapping frontal aprons" of severely overweight people on food packages? N ot to mention overworked hearts. I guess it's OK to eat and drink yourself to death but not to enjoy a cigarette once in awhile. O ops, forgot the effects of diabetes onset due to obesity!Fa ke service dogs' should not be toleratedI had two state-certified therapy dogs, and it took a lot of work, a lot of time and a lot of money to get them properly trained to take them to schools and hospitals or anyplace else, like a restaurant or a hotel; but it seems to be a trend now that people go online and take a copy of one of the certifications and then go to restaurants and other places with untrained dogs. I've seen this happen several times in my workplace. Dogs come in. They are not certified. They bark. They try to eat off of the table. They snap at customers and employees, and it really offends me that people go to these places and pretend to have a trained service dog, and they don't. It 's dangerous, and it could get somebody hurt. To be a service dog takes a lot of different levels of training, and you have to be certified by a certified trainer at each step before you can go on to the next level. That is why you never saw very many of them before. These dogs are extremely highly trained, and I want to make sure everybody knows that most trained service dogs are tattooed. They wear the proper color-coordinated jackets for the level of training they have reached. They also have certification ID collars with their number on it, and the handler will have a card or ID that has that same certification number on it. E ditor's note:In accommodating people with disabilities who have service animals,please refer to Florida Statute 413.08.This is in response to Drug testing in Florida'It is always those who talk about not needing drug testing. Problems with Murdock and Obama, sort ofAll the whackos parroting the endless insane lies from illegal immigrant Murdoch's Evil Empire Faux Spews' and yes, they are the most ignorant and psychotic excuses for human beings, ever need to be escorted back to their nice little padded rooms by the nice men in white coats, and locked in, standing-room-only. No w, I have gripes with President Obama, too. He should have fired every last holdover from Chicken George's illegal regime as soon as his team finished fumigating the White House. He should have flatly ended the mentally shattering r epeated deployments and stripped the funding from BoeLockMart to pay for veterans care. He should have told the Republican-teabaggers to put their tax handouts for the wealthy where the sun don't shine. B ut he most certainly has not violated the Constitution. That was Chicken George, and his Iran-Contra traitor daddy. Anyone who claims he has is a moron, and a liar and a flat-out nutcase. The health care reform he tried to introduce was polluted by the republicans at the order of their insurance-company masters. Oil went to $150 a barrel not only under Dumbya's' r egime, but with his active assistance, as the dimwit who couldn't find oil in Texas, allowed his oil bailout buddies to r ewrite the regulations on international speculation. Pr esident Obama has done nothing to promote Muslims. N either has he done anything to prevent them from practicing their religion. Nor Jews. Nor Christians. Nor Buddhists. Nor Pagans. R ead your First Amendment already, morons. Y ou can't expect him to fix all the massive avalanching disasters of the Reagan-Bush-Gingrich-Congress-Bush decades in a handful of months, especially with a media and a Congress that declared, outright and out loud, that they want "the black guy" to fail, and they don't care if they have to destroy America to get their way.L ots of money, but not for usI know that there are corporations that are making billions of dollars a year and not paying there taxes. So what happens, two years ago it was decided that those of us who are disabled get a freeze on our disability income. Does that make any kind of sense? I don't think it does. This country has enough money to give to those who file for free grants and they don't have to pay it back. So how is it that this country's president cannot give us disabled people, who are struggling to make ends meet, some of that free money? We need to raise our voices.I served my countryThis country sent men like me to Vietnam. Ye s, I served my country, and what happened? They put the screws to me because I lied about my age. 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 29, 2011 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM Andy Stefanek/ staff photographerK eith Van Buren of Melbourne mans the hose at a car wash at Gleason Park in Indian Harbour Beach. The Indian Harbour Beach Volunteer Fire Department hosted the fundraiser to raise money for a fallen firefighter memorial to be erected at Station 56, which will include a portion of a steel beam from the World Trade Center.Fallen firefighter wash The ConstitutionTo the Editor: I adore your paper. I'm the person who has been collecting' names of folks in Brevard who do not receive your paper and have turned in a couple dozen names to you. I want everyone who cares about what is happening in Br evard to receive your paper. After attending a 9-12 meeting this week, I heard three y oung people (who were home-schooled) from the same family ... ranging in ages from 6 to 12, recite, by memory, the entire Constitution of the United States. It was very impressive to everyone there, but I do not know their names, nor did I expect to mention them in this article, because I did not get permission to do so. How ever, after reading what the left-leaning Time magazine wrote for its "10th Annual History Issue'" about the C onstitution, entitled: "Does It Still Matter?" I decided I had to put something together to prove that it is still relev ant for today's world. The 4th of July cover of Time magazine claims that the C onstitution is irrelevant. This is frightening to me. As "p r oof" of its irrelevance, Time lists a dozen products of modern society inconceivable to the framers, including antibiotics, sexting,' and Medicare, as well as Lady Gaga? And miniskirts? The Constitution's only virtue, they say, is that it has many meanings and thus leaves us able to do whatever we want to do. N ot everything has changed since 1787. When it comes to an orderly society under the rule of law, what is most important? Knowledge of collateralized debt obligations' or knowledge of human nature? He re are a few things the framers did know something about: religious freedom, education, tyranny, friendship, happiness, sovereignty of the people, virtue, truth and honesty. The Constitution does not allow us to do whatever we want to do. J ames Madison said the "constitution was framed out of the belief that it is the reason, alone, of the public, that ought to control and regulate the government. The passions ought to be controlled and regulated by the government only." The genius of the Constitution lies in its having a definite meaning on the fundamentals that every individual has rights, that the people are sovereign and that the governmental powers must remain separated while leaving wide latitude to the people themselves, on issues not specifically addressed in the Constitution. F or more than two centuries the United States has flourished in a project long thought impossible:self-government liberty, equality, self-government. No nation has been more richly blessed in return. This blessing' may end if we are not careful about who we elect to lead' us. The basic truth within the Constitution is that the government cannot have limitless power, and I am seeing today our government giving free reign to passions of people within and without the government. "W e cannot allow such people to proceed in that direction, because they are reactionary. Their ideas are not more "modern," but more ancient than those of the Revolutionary Fathers." That was said by C alvin Coolidge on July 5, 1926, and it is more true today. Americas' greatest treasure is freedom. The corollary of freedom is individual responsibility. Many people today have forgotten how important personal responsibilityLettersSee LETTERS, A7 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. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, July 29, 2011 Melbourne A7 670720W al-Mart1000N. Wickham Road 321-259-5995Suntree/Viera8530 N. Wickham Rd. Ste. 114 321-259-1029Tr easure Coast Plaza2022 6th Avenue € Vero Beach 772-564-7200 670737St.Joseph Crafts 422 S.Babcock St.Melbourne 1-321-725-2284 Patron Saints Medals & Chains Rosaries Sterling Silver € Gold Filled € 14KSt. Michael Policeman St. Michael Military Miraculous St. Florian Fireman€ Saints Candles € Childrens Books € Childrens Coloring Books € Holy Land Stone Gifts 670605Melbourne Medical CenterCaring For Our Community ... One Neighbor At A Time!Be Seen By Licensed Medical Doctors...NOT Physicians Assistants or Nurses.Serving Melbourne,Palm Bay,Beaches,& Cocoa Area321-728-0000 € 321-722-222215 East Hibiscus €Melbourne,FL 32901 M-F 9am-5pm,Sat 10am-3pm € Open Most HolidaysW alk-In Clinic/Urgent Care For Your Entire Family! Quality Care At Very Affordable Prices EKG Screening Complete Check-up Lacerations STD Screening Emergency/Urgent Medical Care Minor Surgery No Scalpel Vasectomy Wo rk ers Compensation Drug Screening Company Accounts Complete Lab Work School/Employment/DOT Immigration PhysicalsA Family Practice $1000 OFFSelect Services with Coupon. Exp. 8/31/11 Melbourne Medical Centernow offers comprehensive services for women by Board Certified Gynecologists including but not limited to:€ Family Planning € Birth Control € PAPSmears € Osteoporosis, Menopause € Hormone Supplement € STDScreening Package including treatment Law office boasts decades of experience, hands-on client careR obin Petersen was only 13 years old when he knew he wanted to be a lawyer. H is eighth-grade class was reading an Irving S tone biography of Clarence Darrow, one of America's most famous lawyers of the 1920s, and he became instantly inspired. "I r emember thinking this was something I could see myself doing," he said. A "military brat," Mr. P etersen attended high school in Palm Beach Gardens and then moved to T allahassee, earning a bachelor's degree and juris doctorate degree from F lorida State University. After law school, he followed in his father's footsteps and spent four years in the U.S. Air Force before moving to the Space Coast area in the mid-1980s to open his own law office. W ith a 20-year history in Br evard County, Estate P lanning and Elder Law C enter of Brevard started out in Melbourne, but has been at its Indialantic location since 2001. The office focuses 100 percent on the areas of law unique to the aging population, Mr. Petersen said. These services range from Medicaid benefits and veterans aid to probate and trust administration and estate planning. "J ust having a well-written will or living trust does not mean that it will work properly, unless it is integrated with planning for all assets," he said. "The planning that is recommended is very dependent on the size of the estate, the type of assets, family dynamics and the personal goals of the client." Mr. Petersen is board certified in Elder Law by the National Elder Law F oundation. He is also a veterans-accredited attorney, accredited by the U.S. D epartment of Veterans Affairs. By limiting his practice specifically to Elder Law, Mr. Petersen said he and his staff are able to take more of a hands-on approach when working with clients, while still handling their legal matters professionally, r espectfully and expeditiously. "W e don't have a highvolume practice, which allows us more time to update any changes to the law with our clients and always keep them informed," he said. F or the past 20 years, Mr. P etersen has worked alongside Janine Black, a F lorida registered paralegal, who also concentrates in the areas of estate planning, probate, trust administration, guardianship, M edicaid planning and veterans benefits. "I think we are unique here in that we don't have a lot of staff changes and have been working together for nearly two decades," Ms. Black said. "This also allows us to really get to know our client base." A Melbourne Beach resident, Mr. Petersen has served with many organizations, including the Sp ace Coast Guardianship board of directors and the H ospice of Health First board of directors, most r ecently as secretary/treasurer, for the past 20 years. In his free time, he also enjoys running, biking, y oga and traveling. Mr. P etersen also has a 17y ear-old daughter, who will be attending college at F lorida Gulf Coast University in Fort Meyers this fall. There's no adversity in this type of law," he said. "P eople feel happy when they walk out. I enjoy what I do." Estate Planning and E lder Law Center of Breva rd is at 321 Sixth Ave., I ndialantic. C all (321) 729-0087 or visit www.elderlawcenterbrevard.com. By T ammy Robertstroberts@hometownnewsol.com Staff photo by Tammy RobertsRobin Petersen of Estate Planning and Elder Law Center of Brevard in Indialantic has a 20-year history in Brevard County. r eally is. So many of our brave military have given their lives for our freedom. We must each preserve our freedom. I hope everyone in Breva rd becomes a part of some of the great groups of citiz ens we have in the 9-12 group: the Space Coast P atriot Group, the Liberty C aucus, the Ronald Reagan Group, the Federated and N etwork groups of Republican Women, the Brevard Tea Pa r ty and many otherconservative groups actively trying to maintain our free-L ettersF rom page A6 See LETTERS, A9

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AN NOUNCEMENTS New sales team members at Weichert, Realtors-Hallmark PropertiesR ealtor Michele DeMartino is a new member of the sales team at Weichert, R ealtors-Hallmark Properties in Melbourne. Ms. DeMartino, a five-year r esident of Palm Bay, is a member of the Melbourne Area Association of Realtors and serves clients throughout Brevard County. Originally from Dalton, O hio, DeMartino worked as a supervisor with the U.S. C ensus Bureau before entering real estate as "a lifetime career." S he can be reached at the W eichert agency, located at 7640 N. Wickham Road, M elbourne. F or information,call (321) 327-2993 or visitwww.weicherthallmark.com. W eichert, RealtorsH allmark Properties has also announced the addition of 11-year real estate professional Realtor M ichele Trotter to the sales team in Melbourne. Ms. Trotter serves buyers and sellers throughout M elbourne and Viera as a member of the Melbourne Area Association of Realtors. Originally from Jupiter, Ms. Trotter worked in property management in B oca Raton before relocating to Melbourne, where she now makes her home. S he serves on the Citizen's A dvisory Board for the city of Melbourne. S he can be reached at the W eichert agency, located at 7640 N. Wickham Road, M elbourne. F or information,call (321) 327-2993 or visit www.weicherthallmark.com .NASA signs commercial space agreement with Sierra NevadaNASA's Kennedy Space C enter in Florida is entering into an agreement with S ierra Nevada Space S ystems of Sparks, Nev., to offer technical capabilities from the center's uniquely skilled work force. The umbrella space act agreement is Kennedy's latest step in its transition from a historically government-only launch complex to a multi-user spaceport. S ierra Nevada also has space act agreements with NASA's Johnson Space C enter in Houston; NASA's Langley Research Center in H ampton, Va.; NASA's Dr yd en Flight Research C enter at Edwards, Calif.; and NASA's Ames Research C enter in Moffett Field, C alif. K ennedy will help Sierra Ne v ada with the ground operations support of its lifting body reusable spacecraft called "Dream Chaser," which resembles a smaller version of the space shuttle orbiter. The spacecraft would carry as many as seven astronauts to the space station. Through the new agreement, Kennedy's work force will use its experience of processing the shuttle fleet for 30 years to help Sierra Ne v ada define and execute Dr eam Chaser's launch preparations and postlanding activities. F or more information about Kennedy, visit: http://www.nasa.gov/kenned y. F or information about NASA's commercial transportation programs, visit: http://www.nasa.gov/explor ation/commercial/index.ht ml.Entrepreneur presented with Momentum Award'CMIT Solutions, the nation's leading provider of information technology professional services and products to small businesses, recognized Len Farias, president of CMIT Solutions of South Brevard, with the "M omentum Award" at the company's annual convention in Austin, Texas. Mr. Farias, who opened his franchise in March of 2007, has steadily expanded his office's footprint, leveraging the powerful IT resources of CMIT Solutions," while maintaining his own office's commitment to delivering personalized attention. F ueling that positive outlook are CMIT Solutions' o wn initiatives, such as its managed-services platforms CMIT Marathon, CMIT Guardian, CMIT AntiS pam and CMIT Service C enter which have been designed to provide small businesses with unlimited IT support and protection from unforeseen disruptions, at an affordable monthly flat rate. F or more information about CMIT Solutions of South Brevard,visit http://www.cmitsolutions.c om/sobrevard/ or call (321) 608-9037.Health First names new president and CEO R ussell (Rusty) Fischer, chairman of the Health First B oard recently announced that Steven P. Johnson has been selected to be the new president & CEO to fill the r ole of the system's founder and top executive Michael Me ans, who will retire at the end of 2011. Mr. Johnson will begin his leadership duties at Health F irst in September, providing a period of overlap through the end of the year as he and Mr. Means work together to ensure a smooth transition of leadership. Mr. Johnson is currently the president of Hospital O perations for SSM Health Ca re St. Louis, a sevenhospital system based in M issouri. Mr. Johnson holds an undergraduate degree in psychology from the U niversity of Puget Sound (W a.), as well as a master's degree in human development and a doctoral degree in psychology, both from the University of Kansas. F or more information,visit www.health-first.org, call (321) 434-4359 or e-mail elliot.cohen@healthfirst.org. P alm Bay Chamber luncheon to feature News 13 anchorThe Greater Palm Bay Chamber of Commerce has invited Greg Pallone, field anchor and Brevard County bureau chief for News 13, to speak at a monthly networking luncheon. The luncheon begins with networking at 11:15 a.m., and the program begins at noon on Aug. 3 at the Life Ca re C enter of Palm Bay. Mr. Pallone will speak on his experience covering space shuttle launches and landings, and will discuss what he envisions for the future of space travel. He will also share stories from out in the field covering breaking news, and why he has such a love for telling people's sometimes hilarious, sometimes heartbreaking stories. G uests will also gain insights into the inner workings of the media. Mr. Pallone is a graduate of Georgia Southern U niversity. His decade-long career has taken him across the southern United States, including anchoring and r eporting in Savannah, Ga., H untsville, Ala., and Charlotte, N.C. He has received several coveted honors and awards, including two from the Associated Press for breaking news coverage, and was r ecognized by the Society of Pr ofessional Journalists for excellence in broadcasting. The Life Care Center of P alm Bay is at 175 Villa N ueva Ave. N.E., off Malabar R oad, just west of Palm Bay H ospital. Co st is $20 for members, and $25 for non-members or at the door. S tudents interested in a career in journalism are also encouraged to attend the A ugust luncheon. Cost for students is $10. F or more information about the chamber,please call (321) 951-9998 or visit www.greaterpalmbaychamber.com.Mayor's BreakfastThe Mayor's Breakfast will be 7:30 a.m. Monday, Aug. 1, at the Holiday Inn Express in Palm Bay. The event will feature mayors from the Brevard C ounty communities, as w ell as county officials and state legislators. A dmission is $15 for members of the Greater P alm Bay Chamber of C ommerce and $20 for non members. R egister at http://public.greaterpalmbaychamber.com/Events/d etails/mayor-s-breakfast or call (321) 951-9998.New agent at RE/MAX 2 000D awn Herring has joined the growing team of agents at RE/MAX 2000, located in the Post Commons Shopping Center at Post and F riday, July 29, 2011 A8 MelbourneHometown News Mention This Ad &Get An Eye Exam for Only $65 From Our Board Certified OphthalmologistBA CKTOSCHOOLJOLENEHOLDEN Licensed Dispensing Optician2061 PalmBay Road Ste. 100, N.E. 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MELBOURNE At Area R ug Gallery in Melbourne, y ou can choose a rug with a distinct pattern, a particular color scheme and a specific size. Then you can click "send" on a computer to order the r ug you designed yourself. Ye s, at Area Rug Gallery, located on West New Haven Av enue, you can actually create your own rug on the computer screen. When you click on "send," the beautiful rug you created will be e-mailed in seconds to a rug manufacturer in Georgia, who crafts the r ug to your specifications. Three to four weeks later, the rug can be gracing your home. W elcome to the new, hitech way of shopping for a r ug. Owner Lex Berger, who has operated Area Rug G allery at its current location for 10 years, said the computer program is the latest, new wave method to select a rug. Pr eviously, a customer might browse through hundreds of hanging rugs without finding exactly the right one to fit a room's dŽcor or color scheme. B ut today, with a few mouse clicks, that customer can create just the right design pattern and color scheme, and see the rug come to life on the computer screen. R ugs have always enhanced a home by adding color and texture to a particular room. B ut with the aid of a computer, rugs can now fit a r oom more precisely, Mr. Be r ger said. Mr. Berger demonstrated the method, in which any sized rug starts out as a blank canvas on a computer screen. Using a mouse, Mr. Be r ger can drag a swatch in the shade of paprika, maze or teal to color the rug's pattern. A customer can replace the teal shade with a sand or eggplant shade by simply dragging the mouse to superimpose one color over another. The method gives a customer a look at what a va r iety of color combinations can look like, in a variety of patterns. If y ou prefer a coral or burgundy shade, you can r eplace one color with another just by dragging the mouse. Y ou can even change the material. Let's build a rug," Mr. Be r ger said, sitting down at the computer. "Y ou can make some of it plush and some of it frieze, or a combination of the two," Mr. Berger said, demonstrating with a few mouse clicks. Area Rug Gallery e-mails y our selected color and style to the factory for construction. You can also order your r ug in a variety of shapes -including oval, rectangular, circular and octagon. Mr. Berger is a goodhumored man whose favorite motto is "Rugs, Not Dr ugs." He banters freely with his customers and loves to make them smile. "I f rugs could talk, do you know what they'd say?" Mr. Be r ger asks, lulling you into thinking he's being sentimental. "T hey'd say, Ow, you're stepping on me!" Mr. Berger jokes. Mr. Berger says his favorite slogan is: "A room without a rug is like a kiss without a hug." At Area Rug Gallery, the displays of hundreds of rugs fill the large showroom in the traditional fashion of a r ug merchant. The showroom has highquality rugs that originate in I ndia, Belgium and other parts of the world. B ut Mr. Berger says he doesn't necessarily favor r ugs from exotic places that will be handed down from generation to generation. Mr. Berger said decorating tastes change from one generation to the next, so he chooses rugs from anywhere in the world, including the United States. Area Rug Gallery features www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, July 29, 2011 Melbourne A9 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 Services663975 Great Summer Promotions, Call Today to Advertise in this Section1-800-823-0466 670459 Buying a new rug is just a mouse-click away L ex Berger, o wner of Area Rug Gallery in Melbourne, says a computer program enables customers to create" their o wn rug, including size, color combination, and material.Photo by Dan GarciaMelbourne shop lets you design your own rug on a computer screenBy Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.comSee RUGS A10 plans in the works for the complex. He said that this project alone would boost annual attendance to the complex by 15 percent and with the new technology with renovations already taking place at the Saturn V C enter; the economic outlook for the center is better than ever. R obin Fisher, District 1 commissioner of Titusville, also local insurance agent, added that he has seen many storms in the past, and compared the current economic situation to that of a hurricane. Though these may be difficult times, I am confident that the Space Coast can and will weather this shuttle's ending storm, and I will know Brevard County and Titusville will survive," he said.F utureF rom page A5dom and core issues. I ts time for you to make y our voice heard. Join others of like mind. All the local groups have websites. Check them out. Listen to talk radio, too. The current administration in Washington promised change' but all we've gotten is subjugation and expanded government, which detrimentally effects freedom and entrepreneurship. I believe this administration has violated our Constitution. They have confounded laws, seized private property, destroyed jobs, perverted our economy, curtailed free speech, corrupted our curr ency, weakened our national security and endangered our sovereignty. We cannot allow our cultural, legal and economic institutions to be attacked from the governing' body in W ashington, as well as on a local level by left-leaning politicians who are not listening to their constituents. P eople have done their homework and laid facts before them, and they ignore them for their own personal "power" trip, to theL ettersF rom page A7 See LETTERS, A10

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detriment of our beautiful part of the world. O ur children and grandchildren will never achieve the same quality of life as we enjoyed in our past. Through a generation of theft, our elected officials are robbing young people of the opportunity of living productive lives. Alice Kreitz M elbourne a variety of rugs, and specializes in hand-tufted wool and silk rugs from throughout the world, and the high-quality rugs can last more than 25 years. D espite the showroom's va r iety of rugs, it's on the store's computer screens where customers can feel like they're a part of the process. In addition to the computerized process, Mr. Be r ger said he tries to create a pricing structure that fits more of a middle-class clientele. "W e' re not a champagne and chandelier' store," Mr. Be rg er said. R ather than catering to high-end customers, the store features a pricing scale based on the size of a r ug. For example, a 5-foot by 7foot rug can be had for $89. Ar ea Rug Gallery is located at 3351 W.New Haven Av enue,Melbourne,and open from 10 a.m.to 6 p.m. M onday through Saturday and noon to 5 p.m.on Sunday.Reach the store at (321) 722-4111. F riday, July 29, 2011 A10 MelbourneHometown News 663974R omancing the StoveArlene Borg The Grammy Guruwww.HometownNewsOL.com€ R ecipes € S tories € Archives & More IN WEST MELBOURNE 670240 670644 669964 Lets Travel Together!Seminole Hard Rock CasinoDATES: August 9, 12, 16, 19, 23, 26, 2011Please share this information with a friend!For more information please contact: AT LT ravel P.O. Box 952397, Lake Mary, FL32795(407) 682-5676€A TLLM@AOL.COM $45.00per personPackage Includes: Round trip transportation via Deluxe Motor Coach$25.00 Free Play$5.00 Lunch CouponTi me &Pickup location to be determined 668645 If they don't have anything to hide, take the test. Then my good old taxpayer dollars that I am busting butt to give Uncle S am can continue to pay for Florida's neediest. If they have to pay for it, so what? What a small price to pay for the continued handout that they are getting. Y ou don't like the drug testing idea? What are you hiding?The drug testing profiles only the very poor and should be stoppedI understand that the Legislature has passed a law that requires recipients of Assistance to Families with Dependent Children to undergo random drug testing. If that is not profiling of the poor, I don't know what is. I suggest that if the government is going to do that to people who have to rely on assistance from the state to keep a roof over the heads of their children, then all of the government employees who receive taxpayer money for their pay also be required to undergo random drug testing. I do not receive AFDC. Fo r tunately, I do not, because I am in no physical condition to go to any r andom drug testing nor front the money and hope to be reimbursed for the drug testing. I think this is against our C onstitutional rights, and the American Civil Liberties Union should be putting their heads together to stop this situation or include, as I said, the government employees who r eceive taxpayer money for their pay.F or the Impeach Obama' writerIf Pr esident Bush was not impeached after eight y ears of doing nothing, why do you think President Obama, who had the most wanted terrorist in the world killed so skillfully that not one American soldier was harmed, should be impeached? Mr. Bush had given up. He said he did not know what more to do regarding capturing Osama Bin Laden. The president should be commended and respected. There is a total lack of r espect for this president. He did not come off the streets. He is a Harvard graduate and is very intelligent. H is speeches come natur ally. He does not read from any written paper. Is it the color of his skin? If so, for white folks he is half white, and for black folks he is half back.Stop winning about the space programM ost of us are sick to the point of puking at all the pity-me parties the media is lapping up and re-spewing out about "Oh, wah, the end of the space program!" In the first place, most of those overpaid twits will just go get drunk at home instead of at work, with an annual retirement handout thousands of dollars more than most non-government / contractor workers will ever make. The sit-on-theirthumbs-at-meetings managers will average six figures in retirement pay. In the second place, they did it to themselves. When I was on the team soliciting proposals for, and evaluating the designs of, next-generation crewed spacecraft 20 years ago, the contractors kept submitting the same nonsense with nothing but a different paint job. When our team pointed out the thousands of W ickham roads in Melbourne. W ith 18 years of real estate and new construction experience, Ms. H erring is available to assist customers with buying, selling, renting and all other aspects of the real estate industry. F or information,call (321) 255-1080 or (321) 863-7875 or visit dawnherr ing.com.Chamber awards Ecor Industries Better Business of the MonthThe Melbourne Regional Chamber has recognized E cor Industries as the July r ecipient of its Better B usiness of the Month A ward. The firm was awarded this recognition at the Chamber's monthly B usiness Breakfast of Champions event on July 7 at the Hilton Melbourne B each Oceanfront hotel. The Chamber's Better B usiness Council serves its members and the buying public by offering a trusted r eferral source for a broad r ange of business types. E cor has been a Chamber member since 1988, and a B etter Business Council member since 1994. E cor Lawn Spraying and Pe st Control can customize programs to meet your budgetary and scheduling needs. As a family-owned small business with strong ties to the community, they offer old-fashioned service with attention to detail. F or more information about Ecor, visit www.ecorpestcontrol.com.Executive Wings to double in size at Melbourne AirportThe Melbourne Airport A uthority has approved the construction of a new 33,750-square-foot hangar that will house Executive W ings Inc., a full-service turboprop maintenance facility. E xecutive Wings, which r ecently acquired Royal A tlantic Aviation at M elbourne International Airport, was identified as "P r oject Aloha" during negotiations with the airport, the city of Melbourne and the Economic De velopment Commission of Florida's Space Coast. The new hangar, which more than doubles the size of the Royal Atlantic A viation lease, will help create more than 10 new jobs and expand Executive W ings' annual economic impact to nearly $2 million a year. E xecutive Wings will offer aircraft service, maintenance, engineering, airframe modifications, engine ov erhauls/upgrades, safety upgrades, fuel, ground support equipment and flight certification training at its new facility. The expansion will further enhance the airport's reputation as a r apidly growing aviation maintenance and manufacturing hub. E xecutive Wings joins fellow aviation maintenance companies AAR C orporation and Mi dairUSA, who began operations at the airport this year. A dditionally, three aircraft manufacturers, Liberty Aerospace, Evektor and Brazilian aviation giant Embraer, operate at the airport. C onstruction of the $2.77 million Executive Wings hangar is being financed by the airport and an $860,000 grant from the F lorida Department of Tr ansportation. The company has agreed to a 20-year lease with two five-year extension options. F or more information, visit www.mlbair.com, call (407) 834-7777 or e-mail lcbooker@cbrpr.com.BUSINESS CALENDAR FRIDAY, JULY 29 SCORE Small Business C ounseling: 11 a.m. M elbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce, 1005 E. Strawbridge Ave., M elbourne. C all (321) 2542288.MONDAY, AUG 1 Mayor's Breakfast: 7:30 a.m. Monday, Aug. 1, at the H oliday Inn Express in P alm Bay. The event will feature mayors from the Brevard C ounty communities, as w ell as county officials and state legislators. A dmission is $15 for members of the Greater P alm Bay Chamber of C ommerce and $20 for non members. R egister at http://public.greaterpalmbaychamber.com/Events/details/m ayor-s-breakfast or call (321) 951-9998.TUESDAY, AUG 2 Small Business Council meeting: 8 a.m. Melbourne R egional Chamber of C ommerce, 1005 E. St r awbridge Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 7245400,Ext.230. The Innovators Leads Club meeting: 11:30 a.m. M elbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce at S hells Seafood Restaurant, 1490 W. New Haven Ave., We st Melbourne. C all Joe N icolosi at (321) 757-9797.WEDNESDAY, AUG 3 Viera Leads Club meeting: 8:30 a.m. Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce, 7720 N. W ickham Road, Suite 113, V iera. C all Colette Wood at (321) 242-4575. Money Makers Leads Club meeting: N oon. M elbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce at C ourtyard by Marriott, 2101 W. New Haven Ave., M elbourne. C all Tom Ta r anto at (321) 961-2871.THURSDAY, AUG. 4 Breakfast of Champions: 7:15 a.m. Melbourne R egional Chamber of C ommerce at Crowne P laza Melbourne Oceanfront, 2605 N. Highway A1A, Melbourne. Topic is "C entral Florida Partnership." Cost is $18 prepaid online reservations, $25 at the door and $35 for potential members. For more information,call (321) 724-5400,Ext.231.RantsF rom page A6BusinessF rom page A8 See R ANTS, A12RugsF rom page A9 L ettersF rom page A9 2x.5 Visit W ebsite

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design flaws, management's r esponse was to replace the evaluation team! B ecause they had all been promised quarter-milliondollar-a-year jobs with the contractors submitting the crappy designs. It 's much more important to have political connections when you retire one day and come back the next for twice the pay, than to actually hire competent fresh young engineers. In the third place, it was George Bush who killed the space program before he was even elected. W ith his promise of tax handouts and giveaways to the wealthiest, upper-level management suddenly saw themselves as "the wealthiest," and blatant pressure was put on us peons to "support their guy." An Al Gore bumper sticker on your car meant you were no longer invited to decision-making meetings, no longer tapped for serious teams and forget about any chance at promotion. O pen support for "their tax guy," even illegally having a bushit poster in your cubicle, put you on the fast track for an office with a lockable door. Ne ver mind the fact that it was Al Gore who supported space programs, and that chicken George didn't know a solid rocket booster from a solid refuse bucket (i.e. trash can). The only thing that counted to the six figures then, as it is today with their "no r epeal of tax handouts for the wealthy!" Congress, was their extra few dollars. NASA's future died in the y ear 2000. The turn of the millennium, which should have brought us so much hope and progress, instead relegated us back to the days of oil and coal, of the slavery of a massive gulf of economic inequality. And of a space program that was all show and no substance. The International Space S tation is garbage. They have to resort to Russian air candles just to stay alive. N ot one single molecule of the promised scientific r esearch has ever come out of it, unless you count the fact that they've figured out that our manufacturing capability for everything from seals to solar panels has Ben Franklin spinning in his grave. N obody even pretended to work on next-generation crewed space flight any mo re. When Columbia disintegrated in 2003, because of skipped inspections and falsified repairs on the hydraulic systems not any idiotic "foam tile damage" the managers who signed off on the falsified r eports without even checking the dates (at least three we re photocopies from y ears before) were out having a mutual vacation at taxpayer expense. And despite the fact that everyone knew the orbiters had been cannibalized for spare parts for years, no one in line for a six-figure job said anything more about trying to get their revolvingdoor contractors to start actually starting from scratch and coming up with a workable design, much less getting around to building it. Pr esident Obama was absolutely right to follow the r ecommendation to cut our losses, and dump the Ares C onstellation trash that never would have even gotten off the Powerpoint board. NASA should be disbanded entirely. All its hangerson should be retired without federal pay. Let them live off their 401k's the way the rest of us have to. O h, they didn't bother with investing their own money, figuring the taxpayers would take care of them in the luxury they're accustomed to? Too bad. The ones who voted for George are the ones now screaming to cut government spending. NASA is worth nothing any more. The last four heading to station are doing absolutely nothing except cleaning up the evidence. Q uit with the whining already, and start with the investigations. Close Houston control entirely. Turn Kennedy and E dwards over to the private companies and let them hire the technicians and engineers to operate them. B ut most importantly, get r id of the managers who killed our dream with their greed and the politicians who rewarded them.Response to Barack Obama the elected president'Y ou can not prove the birth documents are false. Y ou say the Left uses name-calling, yet you obviously think it is OK to do so y ourself. R ead your subject matter. What a snooze, yawn, boring. Move on and get over it already.Agrees with Press 1 for English'I agree with the caller who complained about having to "p re ss 1 for English!" F irst off, phone answerers, whether they be a computer or a real person, should speak only English without offering any other language option. B ut worst case, if it just has to be the way it is, at least they should say for whatever other language (Spanish, of course) press 1. B ut not for English! After calls to several our o wn U.S. government's agencies recently, such as the IRS, it was really distressing to hear every one of them say Press 1 for English! Ridiculous! I went to Representative P osey's website to ask if he could do something about changing the way our government's agencies answer the phone. So far, I have no response from him or his office.T allahassee balancing the budget on the backs of workersWhen I accepted a job with the state, it was under the premise that I would not have to contribute to my r etirement. I figured this is why the r etirement benefits weren't anything to brag about, despite what people have been told. W ith 3 percent of my salary now going to various departments as part of their annual budget, I don't see how I am contributing to my r etirement. And since my retirement will stay the same, before and after the "contribution," I am not getting back what I am now supposedly putting in. W ith part of my salary going to general funding, and not the retirement fund, it is a reduction in salary; and Tallahassee is balancing the budget on the backs of state and county workers. We are a targeted group being taxed, similar to new r esidents being subjected to an impact fee when first registering their vehicles some y ears ago. And please do not play the "P ri v ate Sector" card, because that is like comparing apples to oranges. They are in no way the same when it comes to pay, advancement and benefits. That comparison is just a T allahassee marketing ploy justifying their actions. I know this isn't going to change anyone's opinion on the subject, just as mine will not change, but these are the facts. F our-legged friends from throughout the area will flock to the Eau Gallie Arts D istrict next month for the second annual "Dog Days of S ummer Event." The free, pet-friendly event will coincide with the district's Aug. 5 First Friday Art Walk and will feature live music from the Dog Bones band inside the Eau Gallie band shell. Eau Gallie Square will be filled with pet vendors and pet adoption agencies, as w ell as the event's newest amenity a canine water bar, featuring a variety of water selections for pups. Ma ry W allis, EGAD Main St r eet program manager, said the feedback her staff got from last year's event made it an instant hit. "A number of people asked me if we were going to hold the event again," she said. "We knew that day that this event was a keeper. People really enjoy going out on the town with their beloved canines. And getting the pooch dressed up for the party makes it even more fun!" In addition to the "Dog D ays of Summer" theme, art studios, galleries, shops and r estaurants in the Eau Gallie Arts District will remain open late from 5:30-8:30 p .m., featuring several exhibition openings and studio events. The Art & Antiques Studio & Gallery will kick off its seventh anniversary celebration with a "Five Objects" exhibition, while the Fifth Av enue Art Gallery will host an opening reception for its "F ood For Thought" show, Ms. Wallis said. Local artists Dee Duke, H umberto Rebello and Angie Echmann will be featured at Highland Art & Studio, while a variety of pieces by S pace Coast artists will be on display throughout Eau G allie Square. Also that evening, the Breva rd Art Museum will host its free Fringe Friday event, featuring the "Building B ooks: The Art of David M acaulay" exhibition, and the Historic Rossetter House M useum will offer a ghost tour at 7 p.m. R eserve tickets for the ghost tour by calling (321) 254-9855. F or additional information about the Eau Gallie Arts District or its monthly events, visit www.eaugalliearts.com. F riday, July 29, 2011 A12 MelbourneHometown News 664869 671001 670112 A doggone good time Photo courtesy of Mary WallisSuzanne, Lindsey and Kaley McBride, alongside their three Italian greyhounds, were among many canine enthusiasts to attend last year's Dog Days of Summer Event,' hosted by the Eau Gallie Arts District.Arts District hosts Dog Days of Summer Event'By T ammy Robertstroberts@hometownnewsol.com RantsF rom page A10 Save Money,Eat OUT!Save Money,Eat OUT! www.hometownnewsol.com 50 % OFFGift Certificates50 % OFFGift Certificates

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SAT URDAY, JULY 30 Annual Plant Sale and Ga r den Tour: 9 a.m. to 3 p .m. Saturday, July 30, at 6630 Floridana Ave., M elbourne Beach. Each yea, a nonprofit is selected to receive 10 percent of the proceeds. This year, the Barrier I sland Center Sea Turtle C onservancy "Tour de Tu r tles" has been chosen. F or more information, visit www.tourdeturtles.org. Quilters Against Kids H unger'quilting: 9 a.m. to 4 p .m. Saturday, July 30. Scotty Culp Auditorium on C assia Drive in Satellite B each. Q uilters Against Kids H unger gets together to make quilts that will be given to children in transition those who are sleeping in cars, in tempora ry shelters and their neighbors' couches. Br ing lunch and a sewing machine if you own one. Wo rk stations will be set up, and volunteers (needed) will work in teams for this quilt project. Almost half of Brevard C ounty's children go to bed with their stomachs growling because they do not have enough food. More than 900 identified public school children are "in transition" they have no permanent shelter, much less routine meals. The story and statistics are growing much too rapidly. The organization donates funds, stocks pantries, provides raffle quilts and makes everyone realize that hunger is a growing issue that affects everyone. O AKH is a community outreach coordinated by E duquilters.inc and Seaside Piecemakers Quilt Guild. F or more information, email margie@cfl.rr.com. Women's self defense course: 12:30-2:30 p.m. S aturday, July 30; 6:30-8 p .m. Wednesday, Aug. 3; and 12:30-2:30 p.m. Saturday, A ug. 6. Ultimate Martial Arts A cademy, 210 W. Cocoa B each Causeway, Cocoa B each. C ost is $89, if you sign up with a family member or friend you'll receive a 10 percent discount. If y ou have taken our course in the past, the cost for attending again is $45. P lease e-mail or call us if you plan on attending so we can staff appropriately at beachkarate@gmail.com, (321) 652-7144 or (321) 7940981.SUNDAY, JULY 31 Deadline for Casting F or Recovery'retreat is July 31: The Parrish Medical F oundation has made a $2,000 grant to the nonprofit Casting For Recovery F lorida group, which organizes special free therapeutic retreats for women who have had breast cancer. The money will be used to support the next retreat, which is due to be held in Ti tusville in October at the La Cita Country Club. This year's retreat will be the second to be held in F lorida. W omen at any age and any stage of the disease can benefit from the Casting for R ecovery experience and can apply to attend the 2011 CFR retreat. Go to www.castingforr ecovery.org for more information and an application form. The deadline for applications is July 31. Mo re sponsors are being sought for the 2011 Casting F or Recovery retreat in F lorida. D etails about sponsorship opportunities can be obtained by calling (321) 504-7881 or (321)749-9949 or by e-mailing C astingforR ecoveryFL@cfl.rr.com or C astingforrecoveryfl@renz etti.com. Applications for college scholarships available: The Balda Family Foundation is a nonprofit, private foundation founded in 2007. The foundation's mission is to motivate, inspire and educate academically promising, at-risk and underserved youth in Br evard County through educational opportunities and college scholarships. The foundation is accepting applications for college scholarships through July 31. Eligibility requirements and applications are available through the foundation's website at www.BaldaFoundation.or Pa r tial and late payments will not be accepted for r eview. Scholarship amounts will r ange $250-$2,000, and all applicants will be notified of the results by Aug. 30. Scholarships will be awarded into the recipients' college bursar account. No checks to individuals will be distributed.MONDA Y, AUG. 1 Big City Basketball C amp: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 1-5. Holy Name of Jesus A thletic Center, 3050 N. H ighway A1A, Indialantic. This is a camp for boys and girls ages 6-16 and includes offensive skills, defensive drills, games and prizes. Pa r ishioner price is $175, which includes lunch Tshirt, contests, prizes, professional instruction and more. Non-parishioner cost is $200. To r egister,visit www.coachgartrelle.com or call (321) 507-8130. Clay art project camp: 10 a.m. to noon. Monday through Friday, Aug. 1-5. I ndian River Potters' Guild, 1542 Guava Ave., Eau Gallie Arts District, Melbourne. The guild is offering a new opportunity for young adults to learn techniques for expressing themselves in clay art projects. T uition is $125 for the w eek. All materials are included. P ottery classes for adults are also offered. F or information or to re gister, e-mail V alerie.irpg@gmail.com or visit indianriverpottersguild.com. Prime Time social group: 11:30 a.m. Monday, A ug. 1. Social Hall of Temple Is r ael, 7350 Lake Andrews Drive, V iera. Pr ime Time, a social group for seniors with a program or speaker, meets the first M onday each month. The next meeting will be M onday, Aug. 1 at 11:30 a.m. in the Social Hall of Temple Is r ael, 7350 Lake Andrews Drive, V iera. A ttendees should bring a "brown bag" lunch. Desert and beverages will be supplied. F ollowing the social and lunch time, a program begins at noon. The August scheduled program will be a presentation on the topic of "M edicare and Medicaid eligibility," including changes to these programs. Pr ime Time programs are different each month throughout the year. M eetings are open to all and all are welcome. F or more information please call (321) 617-9102. Public workshops for bus service scheduled: S pace Coast Area Transit will be hosting public workshops to accept comments and concerns for bus service for fiscal year 2011-12. The times and locations for these public workshops will be as follows: Suntree/Viera Public Library, 902 Jordan Blass Dr ive, Melbourne, 2-4 p.m. M onday, Aug. 1 Hammock Landing Tr ansfer Station, 225 Palm B ay Road, Palm Bay, 9-11 a.m. and 2-4 p.m. Tuesday, A ug. 2 Melbourne Public Library, 540 E. Fee Ave., M elbourne, 9-11 a.m. W ednesday, Aug. 3 Franklin T. DeGroodt P ublic Library, 6475 Minton R oad S.W., Palm Bay, 2-4 p .m. Wednesday, Aug. 3 Q uestions or requests for further information for C entral and North Brevard should be directed to Patrick R yan at (321) 635-7815,Ext. 402,and for South Brevard please contact Judy Lewellen at (321) 952-4561,Ext.300. Candlelighters of Br evard Annual Ladies' N ight tickets: 6:30 p.m. S aturday, Aug. 27. Gleason Pa rk R eception Center, 1233 Y acht Club Blvd., Indian H arbour Beach. A committee of local women join together to host Candlelighters of Br evard's Annual Ladies' N ight Out to assist Brevard C ounty children and their families facing childhood cancer, to be held Saturday evening, Aug. 27, at 6:30 p .m. at the Gleason Park R eception Center in Indian H arbour Beach. "H ollywood Glamour" is the theme for 2011 sure to add glitzy excitement to the evening. T ickets for this red carpet event are available for a donation of $35 per ticket, and anyone reserving seats by A ug. 1 will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win a Hollywood-style limo ride for up to seven ladies for this dazzling evening, graciously donated by JJ's Hot Rayz Limousines. A $35 donation includes: Best dressed Hollywood Mo vie Star Prize Contest Adult beverages, heavy hors d'oeuvres and desserts Dancing, games and door prizes Salon and spa treatments, compliments of Maxine's Salon & Spa C andlelighters of Brevard is a nonprofit organization dedicated to children with cancer and their families by offering emotional support and financial assistance. They offer support and services to every Brevard C ounty family, without r egard to race, religion, choice of physician or healthcare facility. One hundred percent of their proceeds benefit children of Br evard County. F or information,call (321) 728-5600,visit www.CandlelightersOfBrevard.org or email information@CandlelightersOfBrevard.org. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 3 Republican women's monthly luncheon meeting: 11 a.m., Wednesday, A ug. 3. Holiday Inn, 8298 N. Wi ckham Road, Melbourne. J ohn Michael Chambers the executive director of the E conomic Advisory Council will discuss "Solutions for the Escalating Crisis." The room opens at 11 a.m. with social networking. The speaker and program begins at 11:30 a.m. Re servations are necessary by A ug. 1 to select a luncheon choice. All Republican women and men are invited, with a special invitation to Republican women and men who are new to the area and those interested in learning more about Republican activities and issues in the community. Ad v ance reservations are necessary.For reservations www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, July 29, 2011 Melbourne A13 663986 Emergencies Seen Same DayMOST INSURANCE PLANS ACCEPTED. WE WILL ASSIST YOU WITH FILING YOUR CLAIM. Dr Syed Quadri D.M.D, PAInitial Visit $110 (Complete CleaningD1110, Exam D0150, X-rays D0210) M on-Fri 8:00-5:30pm2090 Palm Bay Rd. NE € Palm Bay 984-2255(Across Palm Bay Rd. from old location)www.PalmBayDentistry.com Convenient Location Convenient Hours Interest Free FinancingASK ABOUT OUR AT HOME BLEACHING SPECIAL. 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and more information,call (321) 727-1212 or visit www.melbournegopwomen.org. Hawaiian dancing classes offered in Melbourne: 5:30-6:15 p.m. W ednesday, Aug. 3. POW/MIA Community B uilding, 5995 North U.S. H ighway 1, Melbourne. B eginning Aug. 3, Brevard C ounty Parks and Recreation will offer Hawaiian D ancing classes on Wednesday evenings at the POW/MIA Community B uilding. Children's classes will be held 5:30-6:15 p.m., and adult beginner classes will be held 6:30-7:30 p.m. An advanced specialty class will be held 7:45-8:15 p .m. The Community Building is located inside POW/MIA Pa r k, 5995 North U.S. H ighway 1 in Melbourne. S tudents will learn the dances, language and culture of Hawaii, Tahiti, N ew Zealand and Samoa. M ost dances are low impact and perfect for all ages. The cost is $30 per month, and family rates are also available. The instructor is Christina S ulfridge, who has more than 30 years of experience teaching Polynesian dance. V isit www.alohafitness.org for more information. To pre-register for the class or for additional information,call Chrissy at (321)327-5664. Dog obedience and rally trials entry deadline:Aug.3. I ndian River Dog Training Club, an AKC sanctioned nonprofit dog training club, established in 1975, will be holding obedience and rally trials at 8 a.m. Saturday and S unday, Aug. 20-21, at the M elbourne Auditorium, 625 East Hibiscus Blvd., Melbourne. This trial is for all registered AKC recognized breeds and registered mixed breeds. If y ou would like to enter y our dog in the trial, entries must be received before A ug. 3. The Indian River Dog Tr aining Club, which is located at 1465 Clearmont S t. N.E., Palm Bay, offers dog training classes, which include puppy classes, basic and intermediate obedience training and agility classes. Y ou can go to the Website to obtain an entry form, www.irdtc.org. Y ou can also visit www.akc.org and obtain information under events and calendar,or you cancall (321) 772-1222. The Indian River Dog Tr aining Club, which is located at 1465 Clearmont S t. N.E., Palm Bay, offers dog training classes, which include puppy classes, basic and intermediate obedience training and agility classes.UPCOMING EVE NTS Fourth Annual Space Co ast Women's Business Expo: 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Fr iday, Aug. 5. Crowne Plaza H otel Melbourne Oceanfront, 2605 Highway A1A No r th, Indialantic. "S tanding Out in Today's S ocial Network" will be the topic of the Fourth annual S pace Coast Women's B usiness Expo Aug. 5 at the Cr o wne Plaza Hotel Melbourne Oceanfront. J oin in for a motivational day filled with speakers, vendors, giveaways, promotions and networking. Early registration (prior to J uly 22) is $30. Registration (after July 22) is $45. F or an attendee registration form,call (321) 6747008. V endor spaces and sponsorship opportunities are available. FIT baseball set to host Sh ow case Camp deadline: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, A ug 13. Andy Seminick-Les H all Field, FIT campus. F lorida Tech head coach Greg Berkemeier and assistant coach Matt Me r curio will host a Showcase Camp for high school athletes, ages 15-18 on S aturday, Aug. 13 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Andy S eminick-Les Hall Field. P layers will have a chance to showcase their skills during live games, defensive workouts, batting practice, timed 60-yard runs and instructional segments. C ollege coaches, professional players and scouts, and former and current college players will be on hand to instruct fundamentals and techniques of the game. Areas covered will include hitting, fielding, throwing, pitching, catching, base r unning and team play. P layers should bring baseball cleats, sneakers, practice pants, a bat, glove and baseball cap. Catchers should bring their own gear. The cost to participate in the Panthers' Showcase C amp is $100. To re gister, please complete a registration form and r eturn it with payment to F lorida Tech Baseball Office, 150 W. University Blvd., M elbourne, FL 32901 by A ug. 5. Space is limited. Check-in will begin at 9 a.m. on Aug. 13. F or questions or additional information,please call (321) 674-8193 or e-mail gberkeme@fit.edu. Give life give blood: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 7. Pelican Beach Clubhouse, 1495 Highway A1A, Satellite B each. As we enter the height of hurricane season, an optimal blood supply in the community is important. J oin us as we celebrate the memory of Satellite Beach r esident, Raj S Shah, at the M emorial Blood Drive at P elican Beach Clubhouse. F lorida's Blood Centers will screen you for eligibility. S tandards continually change, so don't assume y ou cannot donate. Enrollment will also be taken for "Be the Match," N ational Marrow Donor R egistry. F or information or to schedule a donation,call J oanne Regan at (321) 7777424.Online appointments are available at www.fbcdonor.org. Writers'guild session writing class: 9-11 a.m. M ondays and Wednesdays, A ug. 8, 10, 15 and 17. The F ountains of Melbourne, 4451 Stack Blvd., Melbourne. The Space Coast Writers' G uild will offer a second summer four-session class in August to assist adults to write their life's story. Linda Jump, author of "F r om Memories to Memoir Us ing the Jump Start M ethod," will lead the class at the Fountains of Melbourne. Classes are from 9-11 a.m. M ondays and Wednesdays, A ug. 8, 10, 15 and 17 in the C ommunity Room. C ost is $40 for all classes, packets with handouts and materials needed, as well as beverages. Classes are planned to be sequential, with writing assignments to be read and shared each class. Ms. Jump is a former newspaper reporter and photographer, most recently for F lorida Today She is the author of three published books and numerous magazine articles. She cofacilitates an ongoing "W r iting Your Life" class through the Shepherd's C enter of South Brevard and has led numerous writing workshops nationally. A ttendees will receive tips to get started, overcome any writer's blocks and to improve their writing. Se veral hands-on writing practices are planned, including writing a six-word memoir, creating life timelines and practice in rewriting their first sentences to create more compelling beginnings. F or information or to r eceive a registration form, call (321) 952-7422 or e-mail jump3@cfl.rr.com. W alk-in students are also welcome. Vikings in North America'film: 1 p.m. W ednesday, Aug. 10. Cocoa B each Public Library, 550 N. Br evard Ave., Cocoa Beach. Fi ve hundred years before the arrival of Christopher C olumbus, the Vikings landed on the rugged North American Shores of presentday Canada and began building their settlement. A 1961 discovery suggests that the Vikings' plan for conquest had been even more far-reaching than experts had originally thought. Y et evidence also suggests that the Norsemen's stay on N ewfoundland was so brief that if it wasn't for the 1961 discovery by Norwegian explorers Helge Ingstad and Anne Stine, the settlement may have escaped history completely. What happened to these V iking explorers after their arrival in North America, and why did they leave? R efreshments will be served. The library is located at 550 N. Brevard Ave., Cocoa B each. F or more information,call (321) 969-1104. Grandparents Raising Gr andchildren Support Gr oup meetings: 10 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 11,Club Esteem, 3316 S. M onroe St.,Melbourne. 9:30 a.m.Tuesday, Aug. 16, The Monroe Center, 705 B lake Ave., Bldg. D (next to DCF office), Cocoa. 6:30 p.m.Thursday, Aug 18, Memaw's Restaurant, 4916 Babcock St. N.E., Palm Bay. 9:30 a.m.Thursday, Aug. 25, Memaw's Bar-BQu e, 600 E.Eau GallieBlvd., In dian Harbour Beach. F or information or emergency assistance,please call (321) 631-7776. SpaceCoast Business magazine networking event: 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 11. Pizza G allery & Grill, 2250 Town C enter Ave., The Avenue V iera. The August issue of S paceCoast Business magazine will take a look at some of Brevard's top young professionals. J oin SCB Marketing, Young Pr ofessionals of Brevard and fellow business leaders at the next networking event to mix and mingle with the current and future leaders of Brevard. The event will be Thursday, Aug. 11 at the Pizza G allery & Grill at The Av enue Viera. Senior Talkers social group: 11:30 a.m. Monday, A ug. 15. Social Hall of T emple Israel, 7350 Lake Andrews Drive, Viera. Se nior Talkers, a discussion and social group for seniors, meets the third M onday each month at 11:30 a.m. in the Social Hall of Temple Israel, 7350 Lake Andrews Drive, Viera. F or more information ,call (321) 254-5143. F riday, July 29, 2011 A14 MelbourneHometown News 670111 POST COMMONS PLAZACORNER OF POST & WICKHAM 671010 SWEEPSTAKES€ 60 Brand New Machines in Our Newly Renovated 3,600 Sq. Ft. State-of-the Art Facility € Plenty of Parking Free Beverages Plus a FREE Sweepstakes Entry with Every Purchase SATURDAY NIGHT ROLL THE DICE 8-9PMFRIDAY TRIVIA NIGHT 8-9PMFREE DRINKS & A COMFORTABLE LOUNGE AREASUN.-THUR 10am Midnight FRI.& SAT.10am til 2am FREE! WHEEL SPINwith this coupon PROGRESSIVE BINGO 4PM & 8PMPROGRESSIVE HOT SPOTS EVERY NIGHT AT 8PMOPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK!321-610-4164www.MrSweepsCafe.comExp.8/31/11 SPAY/NEUTER FEESFeline (Cat): $35.00 (starting at)Canine (Dog): $50.00(starting at)V accines for CBHS Members V ACCINATIONS: Good for up to (4) pets. One time savings. 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Discount coupon must be presented at time of service check…in.HN 1/201020off%20off%Spay/Neuter & W ellness Clinic Low CostŽ321-636-3343ext. 206 Feral CatSPECIAL PRICING (call for info)Central Brevard Humane Society1020 Cox Road, Cocoa, FL 32926 € www.crittersavers.com 3rd Annual Bark in the ParkFriday, August 19thGates open at 6 p.m.Space Coast Stadium5800 Stadium Parkway, Viera Cost: $5.00 per person &$2.00 per dog10th AnnualPaws at the PierSaturday, September 17th10 a.m. to 3 p.m.Cocoa Beach Pier401 Meade Avenue, Cocoa Beach T ickets: $10.00 Adults ($15 at the door)$5.00 Children ($8 at the door)Children 6 years old and younger are FREEAdvanced tickets can be purchased at the Central Brevard Humane Society, the Molly Mutt Thrift Shops (Melbourne, Merritt Island, Palm Bay &Rockledge) and the Cocoa Beach PierOTHER SERVICES:Deworming € Ear Cleaning Fecal Exam € Microchipping Nail Trim € Pet Care Products (Advantage, Frontline, Heartgard, Trifexis & Comfortis)670781Central Brevard Humane Societys MARKYOURCALENDAR!Feline (Cat): ..............Canine (Dog):FVRCPC.................$16.00DAPP................$16.00 FeLV........................$17.00Bordetella..........$16.00 Rabies (1 year)........$15.00Rabies (1 year)..$15.00 FELV/FIV Test........$25.00Heartworm Test....$20.00 CalendarF rom page A13

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Not valid with any other offers. Must present coupon. Enjoy through 8/29/11 Br evard CountyEntertainmentSECTIONB FRIDAY, JULY 29, 2011Dining &Out & about Artist and photographer Ll oy d Behrendt was almost born in space. H is Air Force family was stationed in Jamaica, and his pregnant mother was scheduled to be airlifted to G uantanamo Bay Naval S tation in Cuba for the birth. They almost didn't get there in time. When Mr. Behrendt was a toddler, his family moved to Florida. "I was literally born into the space program, as my father was the weather officer for the first Cape launch," Mr. Behrendt said. Mr. Behrendt first photographs the launches with black-and-white film. Then he makes prints, using transparent photo oils to add color. He has photographed space flights for decades and believes that he brings a special perspective because he has been photographing the space program over such a long time span. O thers apparently agree. Mr. Behrendt recently r eturned from a trip to N ew York, where some of his works were displayed at a New York gallery. "I t was quite exciting," he said. "The curator of the Amsterdam Whitney Ga llery, Ruthie Tucker, said she'd been watching my work for some time in juried art collection catalogues. At Christmas, she e-mailed me, asking for a portfolio." The result was the acceptance of four of Mr. B ehrendt's paintings into the gallery's show, "M elodies of the Moon and Sky." Its original run was from June 3 to July 5, but the run was extended through Aug. 9. The works, all oil on gelatin silver print, span the passing of the Space S huttle era and venture into the new age of commercial space flight. They include, "Sacriflight," depicting the final launch of STS-107 Columbia; "Handoff," depictingGroucho's Comedy Club in Cocoa BeachT he "irrepressible comedy" of Dak Rakow, with funny guy Evan Feri, will be featured Friday night a Groucho's Comedy Club at the International Palms Resort in Cocoa Beach. T he show starts at 8:30 p.m. Cost is $12 per person or $20 per person, pre-paid, for dinner and show. T he International Palms Resort is at 1300 N. Atlantic A ve. (Highway A1A), Cocoa Beach. Groucho's Comedy Club is every Friday night at the International Palms. F or information and/or reservations, call (321) 8660222.Space Coast Harley's anniversary partyGrab the kids, bring the neighbors, even the in-laws and enjoy a day of fun-filled events with great music, awesome food, car show, bike show a pin-up contest, and even live tigers. Don't forget to visit the showroom for some great deals. T he event is 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, July 30 at Space Coast Harley-Davidson/Buell, 1440 Executive Circle N.E., Palm Bay. F or more information, visit www.spacecoastharley.com or call (321) 799-2221.T our de Turtles 2011 Social & Silent AuctionT he Barrier Island Center in Melbourne Beach is hosting a social and silent auction 6-8 p.m. Saturday, July 30, at the center, 8385 S. Highway A1A, Melbourne Beach. Kickoff Tour de Turtles with a celebration. Mingle with friends, enjoy music by 23 Treez and hors d' oeuvres, while bidding on a variety of items donated by local artists and businesses. All proceeds benefit the Sea Turtle Conservancy and its on-gong efforts in sea turtle education and conservation at the center. Ti ckets are $15 and include refreshments and entertainment. V isit www.tourdeturtles.org or call (321) 723-3556 to purchase tickets.Baseball game fundraiserT he Palm Bay Democratic Club has scheduled its baseball game fundraiser, "Baseball and Politics 2," for 6 p.m., Saturday, July 30, at the Space Coast Stadium in V iera. The Owners Sky Box has been reserved for the event. Several candidates for the Florida house, county commission and city council will attend, along with a guest speaker. Cost is $35 per person, which includes dinner and free parking. T he gates open at 7 p.m. for the game between the Brevard County Manatees and the Bradenton Marauders (Pittsburgh Pirate minor league team). Game time is 7:05 p.m. T here will also be a postgame fireworks display. F or information and tickets, call Judy Wargo at (321) 752-7585 or Jim Gaidry at (321) 412-4843. Seating is limited.Urban Music to play at Baja Tavern and Eats: The Bone Dogs will play 5-9 p .m. Friday. The Tiki Band will play 4-8 p.m. Saturday. The Baja is at 626 Glen Cheek Drive, Port Canaveral. C all (321) 799-1616. Beach Shack: The Bird Dog Bobby Band will play 8 p .m. to midnight Friday. M ud Rooster will play 2-6 p .m. and the Bluesbusters will play 8 p.m. to midnight S aturday. Blue Fusion will play 2-6 p.m. and Papa Chuck & The Phat Kats will play 8 p.m. to midnight S unday. Thursday, July 21, is the blues jam with The S pace Coast Cowboys 8 p .m. to midnight. The B each Shack is at 1 Minutemen Causeway, Cocoa B each. C all (321) 783-2250. Cabana Shores Tiki Bar: London Ink will play 6-10 p .m. Saturday. Jessica Ot tway will play 7-10 p.m. Thursday. Cabana Shores T iki Bar is at 5240 North U.S. Highway 1, Palm S hores. C all (321) 987-8455. Captain Katanna's D ockside Restaurant and Bar: K en Moores and T ammy Paoletti will play 711 p.m. Friday. Ken Moores will also play 2:30-6:30 p.m. on the deck Sunday. K atanna's is at 4263 N. H arbor City Blvd. (Highway U.S. 1), Melbourne. C all (321) 253-1369. City Limits Restaurant and Lounge: The Swampfox B and live jam is 7:30-10:30 p .m. Sunday. The City Limits is at 4851 S. Dairy R oad, Palm Bay. C all (321) 723-2222. City Tropics Bistro: J erry Z ee and Company will play at 11 a.m. Sunday. Eric S aganov will play 10 p.m. to midnight Monday. City Tr opics Bistro is at 249 Fifth Av e ., Indialantic. C all (321) 723-1300. Cocoa Beach Pier: Mo Geetz will play 7-11 p.m. S aturday. Vintage will play 6-10 p.m. Wednesday. The Tr opical Yuppies will play 48 p.m. Thursday. The Cocoa B each Pier is at 401 Meade Av e ., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4050. Coconuts On The B each: Chilacaya will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. Lights Out will play 7-11 p.m. Saturday. S eparate Checks will play 26 p.m. Sunday. Coconuts is at 255 Atlantic Ave. (Highway A1A), Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 784-1422. Crickets: C ause & Effect will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. STAR SCOPESJames Tucker W eek of 7-29-2011 Aries-March 21-April 19You are well known for daring to dream big dreams and then being bold enough to act on and create them. W hy? Not only is it your time of the year, but you climb up the higher slopes of life because of your lofty thinking, strength and courage. You are able to survey all things around you and then pick and choose the ones you love the best. This is one of the main reasons why you are such a great leader.T aurus-April 20-May 20Y ou have an edge in the heart department this week. Y our motivation is fueled by the desires living in your heart for a better life. No one is more hard working and determined than Taurus. W hen you set your plans into motion you are capable of performing miracles. Why? Because you never quit or g ive up until you victory is assured. Gemini-May 21-June 21W orking the divine plan living in your soul continues to bring you mastery over life. Y ou know how to communicate and manifest in that order. The funny thing is, physical rewards don't bring you as much satisfaction nowadays as much as the spiritual. These are respect, love, honor and human dignity. Living a quality life is more important to you now than quantity. Cancer-June 22-July 22Don't fret over life's recent struggles. This is just life's ebb and flow. The secret to balance is to work harder when things are flowing and increasing. Then hold back when they are ebbing. Being in the flow of monthly cycles of energy is just as important as finding daily balance. Follow your heart, trust your instincts and use the natural rhythms of life to enhance and bring you your wellearned and deserved good.L eo-July 23-Aug. 22Measure the quality of your life by the joy you feel in your heart. You were born to rule by being of service to others. Y ou are at your best when you are able to help someone else find the answer to their life challenge. Everyone gains strength from yourSee JUMP, B3 See SCOPES, B2Local artist celebrates spaceClub Scene Photo courtesy of Lloyd BehrendtStudy for Falcon 9' is one of four pieces by Malabar artist Lloyd Behrendt that were selected for a show at a Manhattan gallery. The work highlights the unusual halo around the rocket just after liftoff.By Shelley KoppelEntertainment writerSee BEHRENDT, B7 See OUT, B2

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light and presence. It keeps your family bonds strong. It g ives you much personal power in the workplace. Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22Y ou have an edge in emotional power. Keep your heart open and listen to your inner guidance. The wisdom that comes up is the greatest truth you can have on earth. Have faith, learn to trust, surrender and wait. Before long, the right ideas begin to pop into the mind from this deep well within. When you act on these divine impulses before the head gets in the way, you will see great, unexpected gain materializing right in front of your eyes.Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22Find joy and good cheer in the little things. Laugh a lot. Hang around with positiveminded people who let you be yourself. Tell someone a joke and make her laugh. P oke a little good-natured fun at yourself. Others love to laugh at our foibles. It's a good part of being healthy and human. It keeps our self-righteousness and ego in check when we poke a little fun at ourselves. Make someone else laugh and it cheers you up. Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21W hen you arise each day, take stock of your many blessings and express gratitude. Then know that more positive good is on the way to add to this. This attitude of positive expectancy then rubs off on others and causes them to want to help you get what you want. Then be generous and share your new blessings. This is a wonderful way to live and keeps you on the cutting edge of many new and wonderful adventures as you travel the rivers and roads of life.Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21Y ou function best when you feel inspired. Here is one to affirm every day. "The universe is my source of life. Each day begins anew. My job is to share and honor it to many or to few. I ask for wisdom, love and courage with each new passing day. Let me help someone with a greater burden somewhere along the way. In the g iving I receive back multiplied. With this possibility my life is justified. Mine is a g reat life and I am thankful."Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19Ask the universe for new direction and be open to new ideas when they come. F eel yourself in perfect health, surrounded by happy people with all your needs being met right now. Allow yourself to receive back for all the good you have given to others. The safety, peace and joy of this fills you with a youthful inner glow and gives a sense that all is well. This plan raises your spirits and keeps you going no matter what else is happening in the world.Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18Y ou have the courage to stand up for what you truly believe. Your sense of justice is legion. No matter what is going on around you, you always know how to do the right thing. Continue to expect the unexpected. Create new causes. Push forward. It's springtime. Plant new seeds and expect positive results. Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20 auction tentUrban Music with Brandon W illiams, a nationally-known vocalist from Florida, will play 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday, July 3 0, at The Shuler Auction Center, 422 Julia St., Titusville. T ickets cost $15 advance, $20 at the door and $30 for VIP seating. Fo r advance tickets, call (321) 525-2105. F or more information, call the Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce at (321) 2673036.Club 52 now has Groucho's ComedyIf you missed or didn't go to the Friday night comedy club in Cocoa Beach, Dak Rakow and Evan Feri will be performing again with Groucho's Comedy Club Saturday night at 8:30 p.m. at Melbourne's Club 52. Dak Rakow has been seen on HBO' "Comic Relief II," Showtime and "Headliners & Legends." Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Club 52 is at 1100 N. W ickham Road, Melbourne. F or information or reservations, call (321) 259-9800.2 011 Soccer Showdown on Cocoa BeachU.S. Soccer Tournaments will present the 2011 Beach Soccer Showdown on the sands of Cocoa Beach at the end of Minuteman Causeway, Saturday and Sunday, July 3031. Played without shoes or goalkeepers and for teams of adults 18 and older, the twoday tournament guarantees a minimum of three games of beach soccer action per team in a variety of ageand gender-mixed categories. Prizes and trophies will be awarded. The event is sanctioned by the United States Beach Soccer Federation. Scheduled play, registration forms, hotel accommodations and more information is available at www.usSoccerT ournament.com or by calling event organizer, Udo Schenatzky at (888) 843-7029. Udo Schenatzky is the force behind the tournament and also the president of the Viera Soccer Club. Th e event for adult players in Cocoa Beach is one he has been carefully planning with Cocoa Beach officials. Registration after July 8 is $369 per team. Teams may register until July 24. F or more information, go to www.usSoccerTournament.co m or call (888) 843-7029.Bike camp at Graffiti Skate Z oneT he Graffiti Skate Zone presents its "first ever" bike camp 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday, Aug. 1 -5, at the zone. T he camp includes, personal instruction, lunch and snack daily, two free drinks daily, free admission on bike night, mini bike competition and other cool stuff. Cost is $89 for the week. T he Graffiti Skate Zone is at 15 02 Port Malabar Road, Palm Bay. F or information, call (321) 725-2588.Brevard Live' Music AwardsT he Eighth Annual Brevard Live Music Awards, a program that recognizes local Brevard musical talent, will take place at 6 p.m., Monday, Aug. 8, at the Gleason Performing Arts Center on the campus of Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne. V oting for favorite 2011 local performers had been available online at www.brevardlive.com. Pa r ticipants voted for: F avorite Original Band, F avorite Cover Band, Favorite V ocalist, Favorite Guitarist, F avorite Bassist, Favorite Drummer, Favorite Keyboard, F avorite Misc. and Entertainer of the Year. Admission to the Aug. 8 event is $10. Proceeds will benefit Brevard Music Aid. T ickets are available at Florida Discount Music, Melbourne; Guitar Haven, Melbourne and Indian Harbour Beach; Marion Music, P alm Bay; East Coast Music, Merritt Island; and day of show. F eatured performers at the event will be: Marc Dobson, P am Jacobs, Ana Kirby, Steve Mazzi, Ron Teixeira and Charles Van Riper. 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Fr iday. Karaoke with Ginger is 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and S unday. Crab races are 6:309 p.m. Tuesday. Crickets is at 1942 N. Wickham Road, M elbourne. C all (321) 2429280. Crown Plaza Hotel: Pat M ichaels will play Noon to 4 p .m. Saturday and noon to 4 p .m. Tuesday. Lionheart will play 1-5 p.m. Sunday. Chuck V an Riper will play 4-8 p.m. on the deck Thursday. The Cr o wne Plaza is at 2605 N. H ighway A1A, Indialantic. C all (321) 777-4100. Grills Riverside: The Chucks will play 7:30-11:30 p .m. Friday. Johnny Danger will play 2-6 p.m. and D elgado will play 7:30-11:30 p .m. Saturday. The Tree Fr ogs will play 3-7 p.m. S unday. John Burr will play 7:30-11:30 p.m. Wednesday. M odern Day Giant duo 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. Ron Teixeira will play 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. S aturday. There is a jam session 7-11 p.m. Sunday. H eidi's is at 7 N. Orlando Av e ., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4559. Jump's Tiny Tavern: Griffin Smith and Offshore A coustic is 6-9 p.m. W ednesday. Jump's is at 201 T aft Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 784-7893. Key West Bar: Eric S aganov will play at 10 p.m. Fr iday and Thursday jam night with Adam Sikora. The K ey West is at 2286 Highway A1A, Indian Harbour Beach. C all (321) 773-1577. Lou's Blues: The Stephan M ichael Connection will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Fr iday. Switch will play 9:30 p .m. to closing Saturday. Ma rc Dobson "The One M an Band" will play 7-11 p .m. Sunday. The Vipers will play 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. T uesday. Lou's Blues is at 3191 N. Highway A1A, I ndialantic. C all (321) 7792299. Mambos Ocean Deck: Lonnie and Delinda will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. M ambos Ocean Deck is at 1300 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa B each. C all (321) 783-2271. Milliken's Reef: Entasys will play 5-10 p.m. Saturday. A saxophone Sunday brunch will be 11 a.m. to 2 p .m. Sunday. Marc Dobson The One Man Band" will play 6-10 p.m. Monday. Ted V illarreal will play 5-9 p.m. T uesday. Milliken's is at 683 Da ve Nisbet Drive, Port C anaveral. C all (321) 7830100. Murdock's Bistro & Char Bar: P atti and Frank will play 6-9 p.m. Wednesday. Mu r dock's is at 600 Brevard Av e ., Cocoa. C all (321) 6330600. Oh Shucks Seafood Bar: Pa nama will play 7-11 p.m. Fr iday. Oh Shucks is at 401 M eade Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4050. Off the Traxx: Pe r fect T uesday will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday. Off the Tr axx is at 918 E. New Haven Av e ., Melbourne. C all (321) 327-2919. Old Fish House Bar: O pen Fire will play 6-10 p .m. Friday. Sax Appeal Entertainment will play 4-8 p .m. Sunday. The Lost River G ang will play 6-10 p.m. W ednesday. The Old Fish H ouse Bar is at 5185 U.S. H ighway 1, Grant. C all (321) 727-7007. Oriole's Club: The RiverSide Band will play 710 p.m. Saturday. Oriole's Club is on U.S. Highway 1 in M icco. C all (772) 664-4459. Ozzie's Crabhouse: Anna and Gary Kirby will play 610 p.m. Friday. John and S helly will play 6-10 p.m. S aturday. Kevin McCullers will play 4-8 p.m. Sunday. The Atlantic Bluegrass will play 7-9 p.m. Wednesday. O zzie's is at 4391 Dixie H ighway N.E., Palm Bay. C all (321) 724-0009. Paddy Cassidy's Irish P ub: Tr ivia with Renee is at 9 p.m. Tuesdays. Mike F unge will play at 9 p.m. W ednesdays. Zach Sullivan plays at 9 p.m. Thursdays. P addy Cassidy's is at 2009 N. A tlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-0810. Pineda Inn: Marc Dobson "The One Man B and" will play 6-10 p.m. Fr iday. Jack Clutterham will play 3-7 p.m. Saturday. Joe C alautti will play 2-6 p.m. S unday. The Pineda Inn is at 6355 North U.S. Highway 1 (U.S. 1 and Suntree Bouleva r d), Rockledge/Melbourne. C all (321) 751-5311. River Rocks: J on Parrot will play 1-4 p.m. on the deck, and Kevin Ray (Dirty S outh Acoustic) will play 6:30-10 p.m. Saturday. Jerry Z ee and Company will play at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. River R ocks is at 6485 South U.S. H ighway 1, Rockledge. C all (321) 757-7200. Riverside Bar and Grill: Tr ack 7 will play 7-11 p.m. Fr iday. Elgin Hooper will play 7-11 p.m. Saturday. Elephant Gun will play 4-8 p .m. Sunday. D.J. Dyno will be 7-11 p.m. Wednesday. Riverside is at 4720 Dixie H ighway N.E., Palm Bay. C all (321) 574-0520. Sandbar Sports Grill: Pat M ichaels will play 4-8 p.m. and New World Beat will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday. R adio Flyers will play 4-8 p .m. and Green Sunshine will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. S aturday. The Monday night jam session is 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Pat Michaels will play 4-8 p.m. with open mic 9 p .m. to 1 a.m. Wednesday. B ig Daddy will play 4-8 p.m. with karaoke 8 p.m. to midnight Thursday. The S andbar Sports Grill is at 4301 Ocean Blvd., Cocoa B each. 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. Sebastian Beach Inn: K enny Williams will play at 1 p .m., and the Danny Morris B and will play at 5:30 p.m. S aturday. Entasys will play at 2 p.m. Sunday for the R eggae Deck Party. The S ebastian Beach Inn is at 7035 S. Highway A1A, M elbourne Beach. C all (321) 728-4311. Shady Oaks Lounge: The Last Chance Band will play 9 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday. The Shady O aks Lounge is at 6050 S. B abcock St. S.E., Palm Bay. C all (321) 727-7004. Spanky's Pub: Ka r aoke J ones plays at 9 p.m. T uesdays, 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: Chester Live will play 3-6 p.m., and The X B and will play 7-11 p.m. Fr iday. John Q and Shelly will play 2-6 p.m. and K attyshack will play 7-11 p .m. Saturday. Greg & Brian will play 2-7 p.m. Sunday. Chester will play 4-8 p.m. Thursday. Squid Lips is at 1477 Pineapple Ave., M elbourne. Call (321) 2422224. Starlight Palace: S teve C ole does two shows, 1-4 p. m. and 7-11 p.m., every S aturday. The Starlight P alace is at 1382 S. Babcock S t., Melbourne. C all (321) 837-1414. Steagles Pub: O pen mic with Walter Jay and Texas F lood will run 7-11 p.m. Thursday. Steagles Pub is at 1395 Cypress Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 757-8550. Thirsty Bones: E xit 69 will play at 9:30 p.m. Friday. The Blue Fusion Band and F usion Lite will play 9:30 p .m. to 1:30 a.m. Saturday. Jo e, from The Day After, with The OTB Locals will play 7-11 p.m. Thursday. Thirsty Bones is at 221 Cr ockett Blvd., Merritt Isl and. C all (321) 452-0568. 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. Wynfields Sports Bar: M onday 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 venue listed in the Club Scene,send your information to brevnews@hometownnewsOL.com monthly or seven to 10 days in advance. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, July 29, 2011 Melbourne B3 670109 Open Mon Sat 10am to 7pm Closed SundayWe accept Visa €Mastercard € Discover € Amex € EBTCOME AND FIND OUT WHY WERE YOUR ONE-STOP MEAT SHOP... AND MORE!Check out our Organic Beef & All Natural Game and ChickenŽ DINNER FOR TWO BBQ P ACK 4 10oz. Delmonico Steaks 2 Lbs. Ground Round 1 Slab Pork Spare Ribs 3-1/2 Lb. Ave. 1 Whole or Cut Up Chicken 1 Top Round London Broil 4 10oz. New York Strip Boneless Steaks 1 Eye Round Roast$9999F AMILY P ACK 3 Lbs Ground Chuck 1 Chuck Roast 8 Center Cut Pork Chops 1 Lb. 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The Brevard Schools F oundation believes that without the proper materials, students are less likely to succeed. So with help from the community, its staff created an event to ensure this r eality does not happen. In conjunction with the Br evard Zoo, the foundation will again host its annual "B ack to School Supplies S afari" Saturday, July 30, an event that nearly 2,200 Br evard County students and their parents are r egistered to attend. At the event, participants will receive free admission to the zoo, as well as a bag full of school supplies to start the new school year. I tems range from notebook paper, binders and pencils to highlighters, r ulers and glue sticks. While some materials are universal, other items vary by grade level, such as lunchboxes and erasers for y ounger students and protractors and compasses for those in high school. S tudents who will be attending the Safari have all pre-registered for the event and were on the free and r educed lunch program offered by Brevard Public Schools for the 2010-11 school year, of which there are more than 29,000 students enrolled, said Janet K ershaw, executive director of the Brevard Schools F oundation. While the idea for the "S upplies Safari" event was initiated by the foundation, the community and various local businesses have brought it to life. F or the past several months, more than 60 businesses throughout the S pace Coast, including banks, dentist's offices, supermarkets and ice cream shops, have served as dropoff sites for community donations of school supplies. In addition, about a dozen local employers, such as space contractors and government offices, have hosted their own school supplies collections some even shelling out prizes and pizza parties for the departments that collect the most. "M any of these companies have a lot of fun with it; it's something they look forward to all year," Ms. K ershaw said. "Some have been doing it for years." S ince 2003, the foundation, a nonprofit organization, has collected more than $400,000 in school supplies for this effort, she said. This year especially, it seems like there's been a lot of appreciation and gratitude from parents, students and schools, particularly with the economy, and people are really depending on getting supplies," Ms. K ershaw said. "But the community has really stepped it up this year to contribute." Andrea Hill, marketing director for the Brevard Zoo, said the Safari is a chance for families to spend the day together, outdoors, having fun and learning something all at the same time. The dedicated businesses that support this endeavor, whether donating the school supplies or actually coming out and volunteering their time to hand out the supplies to the kids, should be commended," she said. "Ourselves, we are appreciative of Lockheed Ma r tin for sponsoring the free admission piece we are providing to the children that day." Cr eated in 1987, the Br evard Schools Foundation was designed to improve education in the Brevard P ublic Schools System and has since provided more than $27 million in benefits to the district's schools, Ms. K ershaw said. One of the foundation's signature projects is its Take S tock in Children program, which offers mentoring, drop-out prevention and a college scholarship program. The organization also provides funding for teachers' grants, as well as "S pace Week," which allows every sixth-grader in the district to visit Kennedy S pace Center and learn about space exploration. The foundation's Back to School event serves as a jumping off point for Br evard County students by equipping students with the supplies they need to be successful with their academics, Ms. Kershaw said. "S tudent achievement is our overall goal," she said. F or information about next year's "Back to School S upplies Safari,"call (321) 633-1000,Ext.474. F or information about the Br evard Schools Foundation or making a donation,visit www.brevardschoolsfoundation.org or e-mail info.bsf@brevardschools.org F riday, July 29, 2011 B4 MelbourneHometown News 669869HibiscusWOMENS CARE321-725-1530Gynecology321-724-BABYObstetrics330 E. Hibiscus Blvd.Melbourne (adjacent to HRMC)www.hibiscuswc.comWhen it comes to HPV, TIMING IS EVERYTHING!€ Get the FACTS about Human Papilloma Virus € FDA approved for girls and boys 9-26 € Contact your gynecologist, pediatrician or family physician € Full exam is usually NOT required 669876Brevard County Health Department WIC Program LocationsCentral Appointments 321-639-5793 Titusville 611 Singleton Ave 321-383-2791 Viera 2555 Judge Fran Jameson Way 321-639-5802 Melbourne 2275 S. Babcock St 321-726-2922 € Fruits & Vegetables € Whole Grains € Milk € Beans Dry or Canned € Juice € Foods for Babies. € More foods for breastfeeding moms! Who is eligible?€ You must be a pregnant or breastfeeding woman, a woman who has recently been pregnant, an infant, or a child under 5 years old. € You must currently be living in the State of Florida. € You must have a nutritional need, which will be determined by WIC staff. € You MAY be eligible if you or other family members are currently receiving M edicaid, Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA) or Food Assistance € Your income must fall within our guidelines: F amily size12345678 W eekly$388$524$660$796$932$1,067$1,203$1,339 Bi W eekly$775$1,047$1,319$1,591$1,863$2,134$2,406$2,678 M onthly$1,679$2,268$2,857$3,446$4,035$4,624$5,213$5,802 Annual$20,147$27,214$34,281$41,348$48,415$55,482$62,549$69,616A dditional Person: Weekly +$136€BiWeekly +$272 € Monthly +$589€Annually + $7,067 WIC is a nutrition program for women, infants & children. WIC provides the following HEALTHY FOODS at NO COST:WIC is an equal opportunity provider.BREVARD COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT WIC PROGRAM 669822HELP YOUR CHILDREN UNDERSTAND WHO AND WHEN TO CALLThe best time to prepare for an emergency is before it happens. During an emergency, its easy to become disoriented or upset, so you need to have all the important phone numbers readily available ahead of time. Write each phone number clearly so that it will be easy to read. Use a pen with dark-colored ink; this is seen the best when you are in a hurry or the lights are dim. Make sure that babysitters and relative familiarize themselves with the list. Once you have filled in the appropriate numbers it is time to practice with your children. 1 How to dial 911 2 His or her full name & full address 3 How to give a short description of the emergency. Prompt him or her with questions that an emergency operator would ask, such as What is your name?Ž, Where are you calling from?Ž, andWhat is the emergency?ŽStress that the description should be short (Mommy fell downŽ) and that he or she should be calm and stay on the phone.Practice until your child feels comfortable.BACK TO SCHOOLIMPORTANT NUMBERS Emergency Services:911____________________________Crisis Counseling 24/7:211____________________________Poison Control:1-800-222-1222____________________________Doctors Name:___________________________ ___________________________My Address is:___________________________ ___________________________ ___________________________My Phone Number:___________________________Emergency Contact Name and Phone:___________________________ ___________________________Neighbors Name &#:___________________________ ___________________________Family and Friends #:___________________________ ___________________________Moms Work Number:___________________________Moms Cell Number:___________________________Dads Work Number:___________________________Dads Cell Number:___________________________TEACHING YOUR CHILD HOW TO CALL FOR HELPHave your child practice dialing and speaking into a telephone. Your child should know: No one wants to think about an emergency happening at home, but its better to face that possibility than to be caught unprepared. So keep emergency numbers close by. Its a small step that could have big consequences. Information courtesyhttp://kidshealth.orgFlorida Department of Education € www.fldoe.org 675202BACK TO SCHOOL2011-2012 Zoo event provides school supplies for students in need Photo courtesy of Brevard Schools FoundationStudent volunteers within the Brevard County Schools District spent several days sorting through thousands of school supplies to be given to fellow students in need at last year's "Back to School Supplies Safari" at the Brevard Zoo. More than 2,000 youth expected at July 30 eventBy T ammy Robertstroberts@hometownnewsol.com Mighty forces are at work right now. Your decisionmaking powers gives clarity to your thoughts. You continue to hone your spirit and the visions that flow up from the soul. Now is the time to rejuvenate yourself. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, July 29, 2011 Melbourne B5 Comedy Magic Shows Comedy Magic ShowsCall us for yourBESTPARTYEVER!Anniversaries € Birthdays € Reunions € Special EventsJohn Anderson*Magician & Balloon Artist 669917(321)728-1858cell(321)698-2398www.after the laughter.com 669841 Educating Dancers for Over 18 Years!W est Melbourne 3040 West New Haven Ave.(321) 956-3304Ages 3-AdultRegistration Hours: T uesday-Thursday 4-8pmAW ARD WINNING POWERHOUSE DANCE TEAMWe are proud to include theAmerican Ballet TheatreNational Training CurriculumNow 2 Exciting Locations to Serve You! V iera & Melbourne Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Lyrical, Contemporary, Hip Hop, Musical Theatre and more!Classes Begin August 15th!www.ultimatedanceflorida.comViera 5410 Murrell Road, Suite 119(321) 636-8966 669847 T he Dance Factory of Brevard2155 Palm Bay Road NE € 321-726-0606www.dancefactoryofbrevard.comCLASSES BEGIN A UGUST 15TH!Classes for ages 3 to adult:Hip Hop, Contemporary Pre-School, Jazz, Ballet, T ap, Acro, Tumbling, Lyrical, Pointe, Theatre and Zumba NOW TAKING REGISTRATION FOR FALL SESSION.PROFESSIONAL D ANCE TRAINING AT AFFORDABLE RATES! 669848 SONGS RHYMES DANCE INSTRUMENT PLAYHenegar Center Downtown Melbourne € Rockledge/Viera Area € North Merritt IslandCall Debra at 321-543-0187www.musictogetherofgreaterbrevard.comFrom NEW BORN to Age 8 669882 MUSIC CLASSESALL CHILDREN ARE MUSICAL! I magine Schools at West Melbournewww.imaginewestmelbourne.orgA Tuition Free Public Charter SchoolLearning Communities of Achievement & HopeNOW REGISTERING FOR 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR!€ From VPK 8th Grade € Sports,Music, En r ichment Programs € National School Lunch Pr ogram € Uniforms-New Colors J ust Added!3355 Imagine Way, W est Melbourne, FL 32904(On Hollywood Blvd. 1/4 Mile North of Palm Bay Rd.)321-768-6200S eats are Limited Enroll Today669877 675201 Lessons,Camps, Shows,Clinics Ages 3 and up SAFE LESSON HORSES € COVERED RIDING ARENA FULL BOARDING AND TRAININGINDIVIDUAL LESSON RATES AND DISCOUNTED MULTI-LESSON PACKAGES AVAILABLEContact Lisa 321-960-2305 BrevardEC@aol.com € www.brevardec.com 4850 Old Dixie Hwy, Grant B A C K T O S C H O O LFirst Day of School and Last Day of School No School FCATReport Cards Notes:____________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ Offered by:BACK TO SCHOOL2011-2012 Student Schedule School District of Brevard CountyCalendar courtesy of:http://www.brevard.k12.fl.us 669821 AUGUST 2011 SMTWTFS 123456 78910111213 14151617181920 21222324252627 28293031 APRIL 2012 SMTWTFS 123 4567 8910 11121314 15161718192021 22232425262728 2930 During 2010-2011 school year, emergency days will be taken in the following order:September 12, October 7, February 20, May 29 and May 30 2011.The order for using make up days for schools closed due to emergencies will depend on where the emergencies fall during the school year. NOVEMBER 2011 SMTWTFS 12345 678910 1112 13141516171819 20212223242526 27282930 MAY 2012 SMTWTFS 12345 678910 1112 13141516171819 20212223242526 2728293031 * SEPTEMBER 2011 SMTWTFS 123 45678910 11121314151617 18192021222324 252627282930* OCTOBER 2011 SMTWTFS 1 2345678 9101112131415 16171819202122 23242526272829 3031*JANUARY 2012 SMTWTFS 1234567 8910 11121314 15161718192021 22232425262728 293031 Block Report Cards* FEBRUARY 2012 SMTWTFS 1234 567891011 12131415161718 19202122232425 26272829 *MARCH 2012 SMTWTFS 123 45678910 11121314151617 18192021222324 25262728293031 DECEMBER 2011 SMTWTFS 123 45678910 11121314151617 18192021222324 25262728293031 Featuring ATA Fit and Mixed Martial Arts Classes, Leadership T raining, Team Work, Traditional Forms, Weapons, Taekwondo,Karate for Kids Program, Tiny Tigers for ages 3-5!SuntreeSatellite BeachPalm Bay321-752-4410321-960-5356321-733-KICK (5425) www.HaskinsATA.com675220 2 FREE WEEKSNew Students OnlyMust Present Coupon € Expires 9/31/11 675223MelbourneCentral Catholic High School www.Melbournecc.org 321-727-0793 Ascension Catholic School www.ascensioncatholicsch.org 321-254-1595 Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School www.ollmelbourne.org 321-723-3631P alm BaySt. Joseph Catholic School www.st-joe.org 321-723-8866Indialantic Holy Name of Jesus Catholic School www.hnj.org/school 321-773-1630W elcome Back, Brevard County Catholic School Students!Nine Catholic schools serving students from Pre-K3 and VPK4 through 12thgrade.RockledgeSt. Marys Catholic School www.stmarys-school.org 321-636-4208Merritt IslandDivine Mercy Catholic Academy www.dmccs.org 321-452-0263Cocoa BeachOur Savior Catholic School www.oursaviourschool.org 321-783-2330TitusvilleSt. Teresa Catholic School www.stteresa-titusville.org 321-267-1643 U.S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence Call for a personal tour and to learn about the many benefits of a Catholic school education. 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Christopher W. BrownAir Force Airman Christopher W. Brown graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, S an Antonio, Texas. He is the son of Johnathan and Christie Grant of M elbourne. Airman Brown graduated in 2008 from Eau Gallie H igh School, Melbourne.Aaron T. AnglinAir Force Airman Aaron T. Anglin graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, T exas. He is the son of Rebekah St r oud of Mocksville, N.C., and Darryl Anglin of M elbourne.Shane T. HakimiAir Force Airman First Class Shane T. Hakimi graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, T exas. He is the son of Shahmard H akimi of Melbourne and D eborah Winton of Palm Bay. Airman Hakimi graduated in 2008 from Palm Bay High School, Melbourne.Angelo D. MillerAir Force Airman Angelo D. M iller graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, S an Antonio, Texas. He is the brother of Lynn Mu rc h of Wellington, Kan., and son of Helen Miller of M elbourne. Airman Miller graduated in 2010 from Wellington H igh School.Sara M. SannicandroAir Force Airman First Class Sara M. Sannicandro graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, T exas. S he is the daughter of Fr ank Sannicandro of M elbourne Beach. Airman First Class Sannicandro graduated in 2007 from West Shore High School, Melbourne.Shannon K. ReillyAir National Guard Airman First Class Shannon K. Reilly graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, S an Antonio, Texas. S he is the daughter of Br enda Reilly of Melbourne and Dennis J. Reilly III of M erritt Island. Airman First Class Reilly graduated in 2010 from V iera High School.Jonathan J. TroupAir Force Airman Jonathan J. Troup graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, S an Antonio, Texas. Airman Troup is the son of J im Troup of Melbourne.Evan R. GrossmanAir Force Airman Evan R. Grossman graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, S an Antonio, Texas. He is the son of Donna Ba r dell and Richard Grossman of Melbourne Beach. Airman Grossman graduated in 2010 from Melbourne Senior High School.James A. WilsonArmy National Guard Pvt. J ames A. Wilson has graduated from One Station Unit Tr aining at Fort Leonard W ood, Waynesville, Mo., which included basic military training and advanced individual training. He is the son of Herbert L. and Alisa J. Wilson of West M elbourne. Pvt. Wilson graduated in 2010 from Melbourne High School. F riday, July 29, 2011 B6 MelbourneHometown News 663978Save hundreds of dollars every week with coupons & discounts from our local advertisers! 670731Dental 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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the landing of STS-132 A tlantis at Kennedy Space C enter; "Sword from the S tone," showing the maiden launch of the SpaceXFalcon 9 commercial heavy-lift r ocket; and "Study for Falcon 9," illustrating the unusual "halo" around the rocket just after take-off. Ms. Tucker, the gallery curator, had high praise for the works. These extraordinary historical space images are arresting and possess a depth and dram that is quite unique," she said. "They speak directly to the mind's eye, creating an unforgettable impression as he r ecords for posterity humanity's steps to reach the stars." Mr. Behrendt has other interests in addition toScooter raffle to benefit Brevard Music AidA new 50-cc scooter from GP Bikes, is being raffled off to benefit Brevard Music Aid. Br evard Music Aid is a S tate of Florida registered nonprofit fund that helps musicians and music professionals in Brevard C ounty who are experiencing emergency or catastrophic circumstances. R affle tickets may be purchased from one of the music stores listed below, and you can be the complete owner of the scooter. All taxes, tags and title are included. You will need a v alid Florida drivers license to be eligible. Y ou do not need the motorcycle upgrade on y our license to operate this unit. The following merchants will have raffle tickets for purchase: Florida Discount Music Melbourne Marion Music Palm Bay Noteworthy Music T itusville and Port Saint J ohn Guitar Haven M elbourne and Indian H arbour Beach East Coast Music M erritt Island The Keeway "Hurricane" Scooter will be awarded at "S am Jam 4" on Aug. 14, at C aptain Katanna's Riverfront Bar and Grille on H ighway 1 in Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 759-4435.Brevard County animal welfare workers attend workshopCo r ina Savela, recently r epresented Coastal Poodle R escue;Barbara Malone and Michael Healy represented Sparticus Legacy In c .; Jackie Manross and Jill M ollohan represented Br evard County Animal Se r vices & Enforcement and Michelle Weaver r epresented Friends of Greyhounds at a workshop in Fort Pierce, presented by P etfinder.com the online database of homeless pets. The workshop was sponsored by PETCO. T opics included strategies to increase adoptability of animals. P etfinder.com is the largest database of homeless pets on the web, with more than 356,000 animals listed by more than 13,500 adoption groups. P ets may be viewed at www.petfinder.com. F or more information,call (321) 459-2652,(321) 6332024 or e-mail corinapoodles@gmail.com or jacqueline.manross@brevardcoun ty.us.Economic Development Commission receives awards The Florida Economic De velopment Commission Annual Conference proved to be a terrific opportunity and placed the spotlight on the local Economic Development Commission of F lorida's Space Coast. The EDC won two of the states' most prestigious awards as presented by the F lorida Economic Development Council. In addition to receiving the "Deal of the Year" award, Lynda Weatherman, president & CEO of the EDC, was recognized as the "E unice Sullivan Professional of the Year." The FEDC "Professional of the Year" award recognizes the achievements of an outstanding economic developer in Florida. The "Deal of the Year" r ecognizes outstanding achievement in the location/expansion of a project in the state of Florida and was awarded to the EDC for work with AAR Corporation. Aw ards are given annually to recognize an outstanding deal from a rural community, urban community and regional cooperative (multi-county) area. In Ap r il, 2010, Chicagobased AAR Corp. purchased A viation Worldwide Se r vices and sought to r elocate the business from its North Carolina location. The EDC competed with at least four other states all with similar competitive advantages for this highly sought-after project. It was through a collabor ative effort that the EDC was able to develop a proposal and secure AAR's r elocation to the Space C oast in this highly competitive project. The EDC is a private, notfor-profit coalition whose stakeholders are business leaders committed to the economic growth and stability of Florida's Space C oast. F or more information, visit www.SpaceCoastwww.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, July 29, 2011 Melbourne B7 670238 SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNT MOST INSURANCE PLANS AC CEPTED. WE WILL ASSIST YOU WITH FILING YOUR CLAIM. 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Up to 200 children ranging in age from 5 to 17 were taught football fundamentals, sportsmanship and teamwork, as well as life skills and heath awareness. The camp was conducted by former NFL players, current and former college athletes and local high school All-Stars.See NOTES, B8 BehrendtF rom page B1 See BEHRENDT, B9

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Hello smart shoppers. This week's column is about lunch at home or in restaurants. M any foods you would think are low-fat are not. Wr aps are a good example. Think those flat flour tortillas are lower in fat than loaf bread? Not necessarily so. Read the labels; many are high in fat and some even contain lard. Just because something is made without leavening does not mean it's low-fat. T ake a look at bagels, a small plain bagel can have as little as 150 calories while egg bagels and specialty bagels can be high in fat, cholesterol and calories. You're in trouble before you even put anything in them. C an you eat healthy and low-fat in fast food restaur ants? The answer is yes, but it isn't always easy. Su b way is one of the healthiest fast-food r estaurants. They have lowfat mayonnaise and most of their cold cut sandwiches are turkey based. A turkey, ham or roast beef sub is lowest in fats and heaping on the veggies makes them filling and satisfying. Fi sh is a good thing, r ight? Not at fast-food places. Fried fish sandwiches are higher in fat and calories than a Whopper. T una and chicken salads are killers since they're usually made with regular mayonnaise. O pt for a small hamburger and add tomatoes and lettuce. Go easy on the ketchup since it is high in sugar. Grilled chicken sandwiches are a better choice than fried. When ordering salads, watch the dressings they can hike the fat and calorie count so high it equals your r ecommended daily amount! Ask for the dressing on the side and choose a vinaigrette. Lose the croutons, cheese and chopped egg that's just more fat, cholesterol and calories. Fr ies? Don't even think about them. R R E E U U B B E E N (N N (N I I B) B) 4 heart 4 heart y sandwiches y sandwichesI don't know who to thank for this delicious, high-fat sandwich, but it sure is delicious. You can make it at home and make it low in fat, cholesterol and calories. It's good enough to serve to company. Corned beef from the deli is usually made from lean bottom r ound roast so it's a low-fat meat. Alpine Lace makes a lowfat Swiss cheese that is excellent and light Thousand Island dressing is delicious. Grill it using a butter substitute like Smart B alance. R eal, crusty, Jewish rye bread (from the deli, large slices) 1 pound corned beef, sliced thin 1/4-pound Swiss cheese 1 8-ounce can sauerkraut, rinsed and drained Thousand Island dressing B utter or substitute H eat a griddle until water dances when splashed on it. Meanwhile, pile corned beef on 4 slices of bread. T op with sauerkraut and S wiss cheese; lace on dressing before grilling or after; top with remaining bread slices. Melt butter on griddle, lower heat and grill sandwiches, pressing down with a spatula, until golden. A dd more butter and grill on the other side. Serve with a kosher pickle. No w let's talk about one of Florida's most magnificent fruits. Mangos top the food chain for foods highest in fiber and nutrition. At a recent family r eunion my son Guy brought mangos from Bo ynton Beach. B uy a mango tree from a r eputable nursery so they can direct you to the best. All mangos are not good; some smell like turpentine and others are stringy and almost inedible. But a sweet, ripe fruit with orange tone flesh is unbeatable. If you're lucky enough to have a tree, don't give away all that extra fruit. P eel, cut them up and freeze for future enjoyment. M ost of you, I'm sure, have heard of an apple crisp, but how about a mango crisp? Served warm with, hopefully, a low-fat ice cream or topping; it is not low calorie but can be low in bad fat and cholesterol. U ntil next week....AP AP P P LE C LE C R R I I S S P O P O R R MAN MAN G G O* C O* C R R I I S S P P *(N *(N I I B) B) Low-fat? Substitute S mart Balance. 6 large apples or 3 to 4 large mangos 1/4-cup sugar or half sugar, half Splenda P eel and core apples, slice thin or peel and cut up mangos. Treat a 9 x 12 baking dish with cooking spray. Put in half the fruit, sprinkle with the sugar and top with remaining fruit. T OPPING 1 stick butter, room temperature or 1/2-cup butter substitute 1 cup light brown sugar (no substitutes) 1 cup flour 1/2-teaspoon cinnamon 1 cup chopped nuts, optional Cr eam butter then add sugar, flour and cinnamon. M ix. Add nuts. Press mixture on top of apples or mangos. Cut slits in topping. Bake at 350 for 50 minutes. When a recipe is not in my cookbook,it will have (NIB) next to the title. F or an autographed cookbook,send $20 ($15 for the book,$1 for tax,$4 for shipping and handling),or 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. B org,1751 SW Morelia L ane,Port St.Lucie,FL 34953 Check or money order accepted,or visit Borders in J ensen Beach or Vero Beach B ook Center. V isit my website: www.romancingthestove.n et. Pay attention to heart healthy choices at fast-food restaurants ROMANCING THE STOVEwith the Grammy Guru ARLENE BORG F riday, July 29, 2011 B8 MelbourneHometown News 668954 725-3990251 Florida Ave. Melbourne www.MelbourneTerraceRehab.com670106Inpatient & Outpatient Rehabilitation Services MAXIMIZE PHYSICAL WELLNESS € PROMOTE INDEPEN DENCE & HEALING € ENHANCE PERSONAL DIGNITYAt Melbourne Terrace we know your priority is quality care leading to a better well being and rapid recovery. O ur priority is assisting you in developing a personalized care plan to meet your specific needs. M elbourne Terrace is pleased to announce ourMay's Associate of the Month is Ms. Valerie Velazquez!J une 2011 was a great month because Ms. Valerie Velazquez was voted the Associate of the Month for M elbourne Terrace Rehabilitation Center! Valerie is a proud member of our Rehabilitation Staff. S he took it upon herself to purchase clothing for residents who cannot afford to do so themselves. Thank you Valerie!Ev eryone agrees that Valerie is well deserving of this award. Congratulations Valerie! 671012FIT Laundry FITLaundry3150 S. Babcock St (FITUniversity Plaza)321-952-8666OPEN24 Hours A Day!€ Wash & Fold Service Available € Air Conditioned € FREE WiFiUNDER NEW MANAGEMENT 670229 All 1 Gallon Plant Material3for$10Expires 8-31-11 30%OFFALL PLANTS & TREESExpires 8-31-11LIVE OAKS € 10 to 12$3999or3for $10000With purchase of 3 or more. Expires 8-31-11FREEDELIVERYWith purchase of $300 or More. Palm Bay Area Only Expires 8-31-11NURSERY & LANDSCAPINGBEST PRICES, SERVICE & SELECTION IN THE COUNTYV egetables Plants ~ Palms Soil ~ Rocks ~ Mulch ~ Citrus 670825OPEN 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! EDC.org or call (321) 6382000.Beta Sigma Phi Sorority Women of the YearS outh Brevard City C ouncil of Beta Sigma Phi So ro r ity recently honored the 2011 Women of the Y ear at the Founder's Day D inner, which was held at the Radisson Oceanfront. They are as follows: Pi Master Chapter Mar garet Hall Laureate Delta Chi Br enda Gaumond Laureate Epsilon Iota Alice Napier Laureate Omega Omeg Marlene Nelson Laureate Zeta Sigma F lorence Short Xi Xi Sigma Irene Jar vis City Council Wynona J ohnson F or information call about the sorority,call Je well Patton at (321) 7232250.Junior League installs board, welcomes new membersThe Junior League of S outh Brevard recently hosted its installation dinner at the Eau Gallie Y acht Club. The purpose of the meeting was to install the new board of directors for the upcoming year, re cognize member contributions and install new members into the league. C ongratulations to the new junior league board: President Rebecca W ood President-elect K imberly Mussleman President-elect elect Cindy Parr Treasurer Dana P ackard VP Communications Anne Gregg VP Community Jean B andish VP Fundraising K athryn Rudloff VP Membership Da nielle Masucci Placement nominating director Kelly Swartz Sustainer chair Nancy Mo r gan The league also welcomed new members: Angelique Blake, Denise Bu rn s-LeGros, Paige Herr, S helby Hill, Elisa Jackson, Ta ra N atwick, Kelly S windell and Wendy Terry. The following members we re r ecognized for their outstanding contributions: Provisional of the Year Je ssica Bouwsma Sustainer of the Year D ana Morgan Volunteer of the Year J ill Liles Spirit of Junior League K athryn Rudloff The Junior League of S outh Brevard is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. I ts purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. In the 2010-11 league y ear, the league donated countless volunteer hours and more than $30,000 to support local projects, such as Community of H ope, Connected by 25 Br evard, The MORGAN Pr oject and Friends of the Children of Brevard. Eau Gallie High School AFJROTC Best in Air ForceThe Air Force Junior R eserve Officers' Training C orps from Eau Gallie High School recently brought home a First Place trophy from the 2011 JROTC TriSe r vice Leadership and A cademic Bowl Championship held in Washington, D. C. The championship is an annual event that pits the finest cadets from around the world in academic competition. The competition is sponsored by the College Op tions Foundation, which is dedicated to enriching the academic development of high school students and assisting them in preparation for higher education. O ut of 884 AFJROTC units in the U.S., Europe and along the Pacific Rim, the top 16 teams met at George Mason University to determine "Best in Air Forc e." The EGHS team swept the competition, going undefeated in nine grueling matches that lasted 30 minutes each. Q uestions covering advanced mathematics, science, English, history and literature were used in the competition. In a tri-service match between the top Air Force T eam, the top Army and the top Navy teams, Eau G allie defeated the Navy team and were only 10 points less against the Army giving Eau Gallie second place overall. F or more information about the competition or the team,please contact Lt. Col.Robert Thorp or Chief F itzgerald at (321) 2426400.Humane Society seeking sponsors and vendors for Paws at the Pier'One of the Central Br evard Humane Society's biggest fundraisers of the y ear is "Paws at the Pier."It will be held 10 a.m. to 3 p .m. Saturday, Sept. 17, at the Cocoa Beach Pier in C ocoa Beach. S ponsorship opportunities are available for individuals and businesses at all levels, beginning atNotesF rom page B7 See NOTES, B9 YOUR LOCAL NEWS & INFORMATION SOURCE

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, July 29, 2011 Melbourne B9 663971Answers located in Classified Section 663996 670787Locator Line. Shopping Line321.727.8062 $50 for the "Doggie Paddle" sponsorship and up to $1,000 and above for the primary sponsorship, "The B ig Dog Kahuna." The cost for businesses to be a part of the vendor village at the event is $50. All vendors must supply their own tables, chairs, promotional materials, display racks and setup staff. "P aws at the Pier" is one of the Central Brevard H umane Society's signature events that helps raise awareness and financial support for thousands of unwanted and abandoned pets. The proceeds from this event will also help to fund the "low-cost" spay/neuter facility, located behind the shelter in Cocoa. If you would like to receive more information on becoming a sponsor or v endor,contact the Central Br evard Humane Society at (321) 636-3343 or visit www.crittersavers.com.NotesF rom page B8 This past week Steve W illiams, loyal and dedicated caddie to T iger Woods for the past 13 y ears, joined the millions around the world on the unemployment line. B efore you shed a tear for poor Steve, you should r ealize that he probably sacked away a fair amount of change over the years. B etween his own endorsement deals, and earnings from Tiger's winnings, his income should have been close to or over the eightfigure mark during that time. B ut what if he's squandered his money? What if he gets bored and longs for the good old days when y ou could slap a photographer around? Perhaps he invested in Tiger's Dubai golf complex. What if poor S teve needs to find a job to keep food on his table? S teve needs a job, and before he sits for several hours filling out on-line applications for every store in the mall, or prints up a sign that reads "Will loop for food," I'm here to make a few suggestions. Q uality Control Tester for Kodak S teve can lead the way in inventing a shutter that clicks quietly. He can also r un submergence tests to see how the latest cameras hold up when tossed into a lake. C addie for Michelle Wie How about grabbing the bag of Nike's other big name? Michelle may even win a couple of majors and other events and we'll discover that the true genius wasn't Tiger, but S teve! At the very least, we can hope that BJ Wie irritates Steve to the point where he finds himself next to a camera at the bottom of a pond. Su r geon's Assistant S ince Tiger likely needs knee surgery again, Steve needs to scrub in and assist the doctors just as he did T iger on the golf course. He can hand the surgeon the proper tools and recommend procedures as he sees it. Imagine the look on T iger's face as he drifts off from the anesthesia, and the last thing he sees is the man he just fired holding a scalpel. Priceless! D ancing with the Stars contestant How about it? If David H asselhoff or Donnie O smond can tip-toe across the floor, why can't our beloved caddie? Besides, it will give Steve the chance to show off the softer side of his personality. NASCAR Driver He 's already one of the top drivers in his home country of New Zealand. He could probably buy his o wn ride or take Michael W altrip's spot and emblaze it with the Nike swoosh. J ust imagine the entertainment generated by the conversations between the K iwi and a bunch of good old Southern boys. Are you r eady for subtitles? PGA Tour Player S teve takes Tiger's place on the Tour, and thanks to another of Tiger's fired exemployees, Hank Haney, dominates the same way that his boss used to. N anny Ca n' t you just picture S teve with an apron chasing little Sam and her brother around while Elin r elaxes or heads off on a shopping spree with some of the $100 million she got from Tiger? He can cook, clean, do laundry, wash the cars, and gas up the yacht. If y ou thought Tiger's look of surprise when Steve showed up to assist in the operating room was priceless, imagine how thrilled he'll be having to take Steve along every other weekend. It warms my heart just thinking about it. S alvage Diver After dropping Tiger's nine-iron into the pond at the 2006 Ryder Cup in Ir eland, Steve could hone his skills at underwater r etrieval. He could even parlay the new-found skill into a used golf ball business. You'd see Steve sitting at a folding table near the ninth tee at your local muni selling retrieved balls packaged in egg cartons. Just don't ask to take his picture. G olf Cart Designer and B uilder Who better to end slow play on the Tour than a r ace car driver/caddie? S teve can use his newfound NASCAR contacts to build a super golf cart, complete with tons of advertising for all of the players' endorsement contracts. Steve and the r est of the gang could easily zip their bosses around the course between shots. At the very least, it would make practice r ounds more fun. Whatever Steve decides to do to pass the time and keep himself occupied, I hope he doesn't spend it watching the mailbox waiting for those unemployment checks to arrive. If he thought things move slowly on Tour, wait until he sees our government in action. J ames Stammer has been an avid golfer and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years.He hosts the Thursday Night Golf Show on WSTU 1450-AM.Contact him at stammergolf@yahoo.com. Job ideas for Tiger's fired caddie GOLFJAMES STAM MER See NOTES, B10 space. H is recent book for young adults, "Birds of Hope A Pr imer for the Future," uses his artwork to depict the coexistence of "Space Birds" and the natural flying creatures. He is also interested in S pace Coast history and is working on several books, including one tracking naturalist John James A udubon's time on the east coast of Florida near St. A ugustine and Titusville. F or more information about Lloyd Behrendt, contact him at (321) 4326388 or visit his website, www.bluesawtooth.com. H is book,"Birds of H opeA Primer for the F uture,"is available from Amazon.com.BehrendtF rom page B7 V isit us at: www..comOL

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USD A launches fresh produce program for Florida schoolsThe U.S. Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Ma r keting Service and Food and Nutrition Service will conduct a pilot for acquiring fresh fruits and vegetables to build on farm-to-school programs in Florida. The pilot will use commercial distribution models already in place and allow schools to obtain locally grown produce. The Agriculture Marketing Se r vice will review growers' eligibility to participate in the program to ensure they meet good agricultural practices and good handling practices. A Request for Proposal for va r ious domestic fresh fruits and vegetables delivered in quantities that are usable by r ecipients will be put forth by the Agricultural Marketing Service. F lorida will use its entitlement funds to purchase the commodities from a list of va r ious foods purchased by USDA and offered through the school lunch program. Entitlements are grants-inaid to schools that help defray the cost of school lunch; local schools earn a fixed federal reimbursement for each school lunch served consistent with USDA nutritional guidelines. F or more information,call (202) 720-8998 or e-mail jimmie.turner@ams.usda.go v.Host families needed in MelbourneIn A ugust, Academic Year in America is looking for M elbourne families to host high school exchange students from all over the world. This year, AYA is bringing hundreds of high school students to the U.S. to learn about American culture while living with volunteer host families and studying at high schools across the nation. American families have the unique opportunity to learn about the student's culture during this mutually r ewarding exchange. AY A can help families find the ideal student for their home. The result is an enriching, lifelong relationship with a y oung person from abroad. 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Newer tires.$3800 321-984-8612 P ALM BAY N.E., Remodeled 2Br/1Ba, w/d hookup, large porch, priv ate yard, $500/mo.+sec. Call Rick 321-427-0722 CARS/TRUCKS W anted! Top $$$ PAID! Running or Not, All Years, Makes, Models.Free To wing! Were Local! 7 Days/Week.Call Toll F ree:1-888-416-2330 FLORIDA KEYS Marathon. Luxurious Oceanfront vacation homes. 4-6 Bedrooms. Private Pool, hot tub, docks & more! Weekly & long weekend rates. Last Minute Specials 1-888-564-5800 american-paradise.com P ALM BAY Holiday Pa rk 55+.2/2 Fully Furnished Pool, Clubhouse etc.Nice treed lot.$595/ month.Owner/Lic.RE Broker 321-727-9000 585657MOTORHOMES and TRAVEL TRAILERS---------------------Paying $$ CASH $$Immediately ---------------------For details call386-677-5588 WA TERFRONT B ANANA RIVER 55+ Pa rk Large 1BR cottage, New Central Air & Floors, Dishwasher, $450/mo; FOR SALE:2 new 2012 Snglwides, beautiful 2BR. Merritt Island Village, 321-452-4684 See photos online www. HometownNewsClassifie ds.com AD#60270 FORD WINDSTAR1999 Ve ry good cond inside & out, new battery, cold a/c cruise control, 78k miles $3000.321-984-1172 INDIALANTIC Oceanfront condo Great Views, To Share with o wner, $100/Wk.Call P eter at 321-952-7359 JETSKI 20001100cc showroom cond, garage k ept, runs great.Outlaw trailer & accessories. $3200/obo 321-775-4288 ODAY 28 ft1979 e xcellent condition! Loaded with extras! Asking price is REDUCED to $10,500! 321-777-871 1 COCOA BEACH OCEAN SIDE 2br/2ba w/ pool & patio, newly painted.333 By The Sea.333 N Atlantic.321-773-2005 TITUSVILLEWHISPERING PINES 55+.1bdrm fully furnished;Near shopping restaurant & banks.Winter activities. $495/mo.321-267-2081 CANOE14Fiberglass Indianriver, very good condition, 1 oar, lift vest & wheels $250.obo 321-254-1071 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 BOAT SLIPFOR RENT w/boat lift.Also In-Water slip.On deep Canal in Satellite Bch.321779-1087;321-759-5077 W ANTED J apanese Motorcycles Kawasaki,19701980, Z1-900, KZ900, KZ1000, H2-750, H1500, S1-250, S2-250, S2-350, S3-400.CASH. 1-800-772-1142. 1-310-721-0726 usa@classicrunners.com BRING THE FAMILY! Sizzling Summer Specials at Floridas Best Beach, New Smyrna Beach.See it at www .NSBFLA.com/Specials or Call 1-800-541-9621 MERRITT ISLAND CENTRAL 1bdrm/1bath Duplex, back screened porch, $450/month. Call 321-735-0595 DONATE A CARF ree Next Day Pick-Up Help Disabled Kids.Best Tax Deduction.Receive 3 F ree Vacation Certificates.Call Special Kids Fund 7 days/ week 1-866-448-3865 EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY PUBLISHERS NOTICE A ll rental and real estate advertising in the Hometown News is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Law which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitations or discrimination based on r ace, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin or any intention to make such preference, limitation or discrimination.In addition, the Fair Housing Ordinance prohibits discrimination based on age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or expression.We will not not knowingly accept any advertising which is in violation of the law.All persons are herby inf ormed that all dwellings are availible on an equal basis. MELBOURNE -nice duplx W ater included! 1/1 w/d, $475.2/1 $625. F resh paint, new carpet, on quiet st., yard & deck, pet ok.Call 321-693-2784 HYUNDAI ACCENT 03 Low mileage, cold a/c automatic, power window good condition $4400 772-873-4995 14PANGA SKIFF 2007 w/trailer 20HP, 4 stroke Y amaha $3500. (2) Kayaks Ocean Scramb ler XL $250 Malibu 2 XL $300.772-257-5940 VERO BEACH 3/3/2 +den, Castaway Cove, w alk to beach, pool, spa, fireplace, immaculate. 786-210-3563 MELBOURNE 2BR/1BA remodeled kitchen porches, central AC, w/d hookup, close to schools shopping, No pets $650/mo + $300 security 321-259-3359 INDIAN HARBOUR BCH Huge 1br/1ba ceramic tile W ater, sewer, cable incl. All new! Walk to beach, $695/mo.321-777-1532 See photos online www. HometownNewsClassifie ds.com AD# 59933 P ALM BAYW aterfront 1221 Linmoor Cir.Close to I95, Near Malabar Rd. and Babcock Steet 3br/2ba/1cg freshly painted with tile floors e xcept for the 3 bdrms that have new carpet, $725 monthly 321-299-3649 or 407-702-3375 PALM BA YFurnished private bath, full house privileges, small dog ok $400/mo includes all utilities 321-501-4181 MELBOURNE Efficiency $700/mo.Partially furn or unfurn.Utilities, internet, direct TV included.Pool. Near mall & downtown. No pets.321-890-7789 BLOWN HEADGASKET ? State of the art 2-part carbon metallic chemical process .Repair y ourself.100% guaranteed.866-780-9038 www.RXHP.com CAPE CANAVERALOnly feet to the beach! Efc-1br-2br, $495+ up. 321-613-3402;745-8555; or 410-591-0490 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 DONATE YOUR CAR... To The Cancer Fund of America.Help Those Suffering With Cancer T oday.Free Towing and T ax deductible.1-800835-9372 www.cfoa.org 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 COCOA All Ages MH Pa r k, Quick ownership, rent to own.2bdrm $495/ mo.3Bdrm $525/mo. Call 321-639-0370 DONATE YOUR CAR F ree towing.Cars for KidsŽ.Any Condition.Tax Deductible outreachcenter.com, 1-800-597-9411 R OCKLEDGE1br/1ba Like new, quiet area, non smoking, from $450/mo + deposit 321-632-5013 CAPE CANAVERAL 1bdrm condo, 1/2 block to beach, appls included, $500/mo incls water/swr. Call Chris 920-207-6307 MELBOURNE BEACH55+.Great location.Active clubhouse, activities. 2Br/2Ba fully furn, dblwide family rm, new kitchen w d/w, den, fla r m, utility room w/d, carport.1 block to Ocean & Indian River.Htd pool. Boat ramp, fishing pier. $1600/mo 732-513-2318 CHEVY LUMINA LTZ 99 New tires, rotors, pads steering pump & rack plugs & wires, runs great e xc cond.772-466-5687 DODGE RAM1500 Hemi, 2003, 63k miles power windows/locks tonneau cover included $8000.772-257-5940 0962 Boats/ W atercraft 810 House for Rent 820 Duplexes for Rent 0962 Boats/ W atercraft 940 RV/Travel T railers/Campers 805 Apartments/ Condos forRent 0920 Automobiles W anted 804 Seasonal Rentals 810 House for Rent 0917 Automobile Parts 820 Duplexes for Rent 805 Apartments/ Condos forRent 825 Manufactured Homes for Rent 835 Vacation/ T imeshare for Rent 835 Vacation/ T imeshare for Rent 915 Automobiles 0920 Automobiles W anted 940 RV/Travel T railers/Campers 0963 Boat Parts 825 Manufactured Homes for Rent 802 Rooms & Roommates 935 Motorcycles/ Scooters 910 Antique/Classic 815 Town Houses/ V illas for Rent 950 Trucks/Vans 805 Apartments/ Condos forRent 825 Manufactured Homes for Rent OFFERING A SERVICE?PLACE YOUR AD IN HOMETOWN NEWS! 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