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Title: Hometown news (Melbourne, FL). 2007.
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Publication Date: 09-02-2011
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669788 672219 Looking for something to do this Labor Day weekend? H ead to the Cocoa Beach Pier on Fr iday, Sept. 2, through Monday, S ept. 5, to enjoy surfing festivities and raise funds to benefit the N ational Kidney Foundation. The 26th Annual NKF PRO-AM Su r fing Festival, presented by Ron J on Surf Shop, will feature professional and amateur surfing competitions and a variety of activities for the family. The surf competition begins on S aturday and includes events at professional and amateur levels. Su r fers will compete throughout the weekend and fight the waves in the finals on Monday. A six-star world tandem surfing competition will take place on Saturday and S unday, offering "the highest designation that a tandem surfing festiv al can achieve," according to the C ocoa Beach Pier's website. The $8,000 tandem event is very attractive and unusual," said Rich S alick, the event's organizer. The festival will also feature a family-friendly swimsuit competition, bands and other entertainment. Ron Jon Surf School will give free surf lessons to those interested in learning the sport. "O ne of the highlights will be B lake Adams, a 5-year-old on dialysis waiting for a transplant. He will get his first surf lesson," Mr. Salick said. Another major component of the w eekend is Taste of Brevard, an event that allows attendees to sample food from local restaurants and participate in a silent auction. S ponsored by Regions Bank, Taste of Brevard will generate proceeds to benefit the National Kidney Foundation. Last year's event raised more than $100,000 for the National Kidney Foundation, Mr. Salick said. Rich Salick is a world-class professional surfer and was diagnosed with kidney failure in 1973. H is brother, Phil, who helps organize the event, supplied Rich with a kidney, allowing the two to bring awareness to the disease through the surf festivals every year. F or more information about the 26th Annual NKF PRO-AM Surfing F estival,visit www.nkfsurf.com.Labor Day weekend surf festival fights kidney disease 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 centredaily.com : P olice:Newlyweds shoplifted reception food A couple of Pennsylvania newlyweds are behind bars after police say they were caught shoplifting food from a supermarket for their wedding reception. The Centre Daily Times r eports 32-year-old Arthur P hillips III and his bride, 22-year-old Brittany Lurch, we re arrested after taking more than $1,000 in PREPARE GOLF COUR SESKnow what goes into preparing a golf course for a storm. P ageB9 INSIDE ENTERTAINMENTB1 IN DEXNEW GIGCalendarB2 ClassifiedB10 Club SceneB1 Crossword B9 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Star Scopes B1 V iewpoint A6 RO MANCING THE STOVE B3Show your support for our troops with homemade cookies.V ol. 8, No. 6 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Sept. 2, 2011 671756 Call for FREEVIPPassCall 321-868-4444MELBOURNEAUDITORIUMSat., Sept. 10th9 am-5 pm Sun., Sept. 11th10 am-5 pm See WE IRD, A3 H OW W EIRD IS THAT?!SE AN MCCARTHY By Meagan McGonemmcgone@hometownnewsol.com Melbourne men arrested in beachside copper theft T wo Brevard County men posted bond and were released from the Br evard County Detention Center last w eek, after being arrested in connection with a beachside theft of copper materials. J ames Baird, 34, of Melbourne was charged with burglary, grand theft and providing false information to a medal dealer, while Clifford Curry, 29, of West M elbourne was charged with providing false information to a metal dealer. The incident, which occurred at a home on Citrus Court in Melbourne B each, resulted in several thousand dollars worth of stolen materials and more than $1,000 worth of damages to the unoccupied home. M elbourne Beach Police were first called to the residence in early August, when a lawn maintenance man r eported that four decorative brass dragon fountains were missing from the backyard of the home, each about 4 feet tall. The report launched an investigation by police, who began contacting several recycling centers in the area that collect various scrap metal and parts, said Melbourne Beach Detective C orporal Melanie Griswold. While still investigating the incident, police received another call from the same lawn maintenance man several w eeks later, who reported that 60 to 70 feet of copper was missing from the gutters and down spouts of the same home, while the homeowners were still out of town, Detective Griswold said. U pon the second arrival of the r esidence Aug. 18, Melbourne BeachIncident causes thousands in damages, stolen propertyBy T ammy Robertstroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee THEFT, A2Eye-catching gems Andy Stefanek/ staff photographerSabrina Bundy, 14, of Melbourne gazes through the hole of a Brazilian agate at the Frank Cox Gem and Jewelry Show at Melbourne Auditorium. Sabrina Bundy, 14 of Melbourne, peeks through a Brazilian agate, a t ype of rock mineral at the Frank Cox Gem and Jewelry Show at Melbourne Auditorium.Andy Stefanek staff photographer Cast your vote for a pup's paradise P alm Bay resident Stormie Baker, 22, was named a finalist in the Beneful WagWorld Dream Dog Park Contest, based on a concept she designed around her 3-year-old pup, "Abraham."Photo courtesy of Stormie BakerAb r aham Baker dreams of a beach-inspired paradise where he can roam free, run along the sand for hours on end, dip his paws into the cool water and take a nap beneath a shady palm tree. A motorized Frisbee thrower would keep he and his friends fit and active, while chew toys of every shape and size would be at a tail's length. A 3-year-old short-haired dachshund, Abraham is one step closer to seeing his four-legged fantasy become a reality. Growing up near theSpace Coast resident named finalist in Dream Dog Park ContestBy T ammy Robertstroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee PA R ADISE, A4

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F riday, September 2, 2011 A2 MelbourneHometown News 671759 672270Think 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 671764 Andy Stefanek/ staff photographerNational Kidney Foundation Surf Fest founders Phil and Rich Salick present Savanna Pitard with her first-place trophy in last year's women's long board competition. This year's annual event will take place at the Cocoa Beach Pier over Labor Day weekend.First place Officer John Seltz noticed a r oofing construction sign, which later turned out to be stolen, in the front yard of the home and documented the areas with the missing copper, but found no one at the scene. U pon further investigation, detectives contacted another recycling center in P alm Bay, whose staff confirmed that a man had r ecently brought in several brass ornamental dragons to pawn, one of which still r emained at the shop. A staff member also told police that a different man had brought in several hundred pounds of copper gutters and down spouts to the facility. The requirements for selling scrap metal vary depending on the facility and the types of materials presented, with the majority of centers requesting a copy of the individual's driver's license, as well as a thumbprint in order to accept any items. Greg Velasquez, office manager of ATM Recycling in Palm Bay, said that if copper or other precious materials are being sold, their staff also records all of the seller's vehicle information and license plate, as an additional way of tracking down the individual if necessary. Their staff also takes a photograph of the individual in addition to the thumbprint and requires them to sign a receipt v alidating that the materials they are selling belong to them. Although these facilities are not required to report any items, Mr. Velasquez said his staff often sets suspicious items aside to wait for any notification from police. Later that afternoon on A ug. 18, Officer Seltz was patrolling the area of Citrus C ourt when he spotted a suspicious vehicle a black pickup truck parked in the driveway of the home. B ackup was called and when police went around back of the residence, they witnessed the first suspect, Mr. Baird, standing on a ladder, removing more copper gutters and downspouts from the home, D etective Griswold said. Mr. Baird led investigators to Mr. Curry, whose information had been on file with the same recycling center as the individual who had recently pawned the large amount of copper materials. Mr. Baird was being held at the Brevard County D etention Center on a $22,000 bond, while Mr. C urry was being held on a $5,000 bond before posting bail. The suspects may also be linked to additional cases of copper theft in the area and we re r eferred to another local agency, Detective Griswold said. The homeowners have since been notified of the incident and now face thousands of dollars worth of repairs to their property. When these guys are taking these materials down, they're not taking it off gently," Detective Griswold said. "They're in a hurry to get it down and get it out of there, which can cause a great deal of damage to the home." An increasingly popular crime, copper theft has evolved into a major problem, costing the national economy about $1 billion per year, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. "I 'm sure it has to do with the fact that with some places, there's not always a way to trace the materials back to the suspects," D etective Griswold said. "A lot of these metals are taken from homes under construction. It can be fairly easy to do and can be worth a lot of money." The value of copper has va r ied in recent years to anywhere between $3 and $4 a pound. To prevent incidents such as this from happening. M elbourne Beach residents are encouraged to contact the police department prior to leaving town, so officers may conduct complimentary house checks. The twice-daily outdoor perimeter checks let officers know that the home is unoccupied and allows them to be more aware of anything suspicious going on near the home. The department also advises all residents to be aware of their surroundingsTheftF rom page A1 See THEFT, A8 EATOUT! EATOUT! save money... save money...www.hometowngiftcertificates.com/ 50 % OFF Gift Certificates 50 % OFF Gift Certificates

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 2, 2011 Melbourne A3 673810 672279St.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 672275Dental 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. SMILE New Patient Prophy and Exam(1110) (0150)with Oral Cancer ScreeningExpires 9/30/11Friendly, Family Dentistry€ Children Welcome € Veneers € Whitening € Root Canals € Crowns € TMJDisorder € One-Visit Restorations € Dental Emergencies Seen Promptly € Cosmetic Dentistry € Dentures € Implant RestorationsAny patient and any other person responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or be reimbursed for payment for any other service, Examinations or treatment which is performed as a result and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free service, examination or treatment. John T. Bailey, DMDServing Brevard For 27 YearsJohn T. Bailey,DMDNew Patient Introduction$7500 merchandise from a W egmans supermarket in S tate College. The couple were captured on surveillance footage loading a shopping cart and leaving the store without paying. The Centre Daily Times r eport says the Centre H all couple admitted taking the items when arrested. The newlyweds told officers they'd been married a couple of days earlier and took the food for their w edding reception that afternoon. They are charged with misdemeanor counts and are being held on $2,500 bail. Fr om macon.com: Tr uck hauling sewage crashes into home P olice are trying to determine what caused a septic tanker truck to crash off a western New York road and slam through the wall of a home before coming to r est in the living room. The Orleans County S heriff's Department says the homeowners weren't home when the truck driven by 35-year-old Russell C alkins of Albion crashed in G aines, a rural town 30 miles west of Rochester. C alkins was transported to a Rochester hospital for treatment. P olice said the truck was carrying 200 gallons of fresh water and a separate load of 300 gallons of waste product, which didn't leak. Fr om msnbc.msn.com: M an reports own parking violation to police A Connecticut man was so upset about the lack of parking enforcement in his town that he parked his car illegally in a handicapped space and called police more than a dozen times. When they showed up, they subdued him with a stun gun and arrested him. S helton police said they had to use the stun gun on M ichael Andes after he became combative and screamed at officers that they weren't doing their job. He was charged with breach of peace and interfering with an officer and was given a parking ticket. Fr om sfgate.com: Angler fishes out woman's prosthetic leg A woman who lost her prosthetic leg while swimming in a western Minnesota lake three years ago has been reunited with the limb thanks to an angler. B eth Krohn was fishing on Lake Ida in Alexandria. She said her line kept snagging on something and she hoped it wasn't a dead body. A KSAX-TV report says her catch turned out to be a prosthetic leg belonging to P am Riley of Morris. Krohn r eturned the leg to Riley after tracking her down through a prosthetic limbW eirdF rom page A1 See WE IRD, A4Man spearheads donation drive for tornado victimsA Melbourne man is on a mission to help the people of Joplin, Mo., after a powerful tornado swept through the city in May, killing more than 150 people and destroying nearly 7,000 homes, according to the N ational Weather Service. S tan Brouard, the president of Chance 4 Greater Good, has no personal connections with anyone in J oplin. With simmering media attention and a city that is still devastated, his goal is to provide the community with donated items, which he plans to gather from Brevard residents and deliver to Missouri on Sept. 19. These people had all of their possessions," Mr. Br ouard said. "After the disaster struck, they had nothing." He hopes the community will donate clothing, furniture, tools and non-perishable food items to help those who encountered an event that struck close to home. "E very time there's a disaster outside of the country, Americans rush to help," he said. "It's time we help each other. This is about Americans helping fellow Americans." Mr. Brouard is also accepting monetary donations to cover the cost of the truck r ental and gas to transport the items. Those who donate $10 or more will be entered into a drawing to win an A pple iPad. Chance 4 Greater Good is an organization that "creates a win-win-win for all," Mr. Br ouard said. The company purchases items, sells raffle tickets for those items and donates the money raised to va r ious nonprofit organizations. Though he currently works at Visual Dynamics, a store specializing in Apple products in Indian Harbour B each, he ultimately wants Chance 4 Greater Good to be his full-time job so he can help people like those in J oplin. "T o me, helping these people is not a personal thing. It's a goodwill gesture," he said. F or more information,or to donate,contact Mr. Br ouard by e-mailing stan@chance4greatergood.c om or by calling (321) 6267177. Photo courtesy of U.S. Army Corps of EngineersU.S. Army Corps of Engineers quality assurance specialist L ee Kochis oversees work to remove debris from homes in Joplin, Mo., on July 4 after an EF-5 tornado devastated the area in May.By Meagan McGonemmcgone@hometownnewsol.com

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manufacturer in Alexandria. Krohn said she's proud of the catch and compared it to going deer hunting and shooting the biggest buck. Riley said she always wondered what someone would think if they saw a leg surfacing in a lake. Fr om news.yahoo.com: Se lf-styled Druid king loses S tonehenge bones case A self-styled Druid king has lost a legal bid to r eclaim remains that had been dug up at the ancient stone circle of Stonehenge. Ju stice Wyn Williams ruled ocean, Space Coast native S tormie Baker, Abraham's ow ner, has also longed for a place where she and her best friend can enjoy all that the beach has to offer, without worrying about breaking any laws as dogs are not permitted on Brevard C ounty beaches. This place would target pups, but also provide a spot where dog owners can relax and converse in a calming and friendly environment. So she didn't hesitate after discovering the Purina B eneful WagWorld Dream Dog Park Contest. Ms. Baker, 22, of Palm Bay submitted her idea for a dream dog park makeover earlier this summer and was just named one of 15 nationwide finalists, vying for a chance to see their canine concepts come to life. The contestant who earns the highest amount of votes via the WagWorld website will receive $500,000 to create his or her dream dog park, as well as an additional $10,000 and a year's supply of Beneful brand Dry Dog Food. F or she and Abraham's doggy getaway, Ms. Baker envisions a sand-to-water pool for the pups that like to swim or dig, tropical plants and palm trees to keep the dogs cool when the weather gets hot and, of course, a large space to run. B each chairs and umbrellas would fill the park so the o wners can relax and tan, while the dogs get wet and wild, Ms. Baker said. B efore the pups leave, following their day of fun in the sun, they can swing by the bamboo Tiki lounge to wind down before the car ride home. Lined with surfboards, chew toys, dog carvings and weather-resistant doggie beds, pups can climb the step-up bar and pick out the dog treat of their choice. Ms. Baker also hopes to incorporate a wooden boardwalk, where members of the community can donate funds and have their dog's names carved into the planks. The proceeds would be given to local animal shelters to help more animals find homes. B ut her concept would not be complete, she said, without decorative lifeguard stands and dog-friendly shower stations. "I t would be a park full of fun activities for both people and pets," Ms. Baker said. "It's an opportunity for o wners and their dogs to come together and enjoy F lorida's beautiful weather in a safe, fun environment." If her idea is named the winner, Ms. Baker would makeover the Palm Bay R egional Park Off-Leash Dog Park, a 40,000-squarefoot fenced area that features zones for both small and large breeds. The park is one of five offleash dog parks currently operated by the county. The in-kind donation awarded to the contest winner would include design construction and project administration services, all necessary permits, building supplies and materials, as w ell as all other elements r elated to the renovation of the low-maintenance park, Ms. Baker said. If the county does not approve her idea to revamp the park, another local dog park will be selected. Ms. Baker, who is studying communications and business at the University of C entral Florida, said that seeing her dog happy is one of her favorite things in life. "A braham lives by the motto: food, love and belly r ubs," she said. "He loves taking naps, cuddling under blankets and his favorite game to play is tug-of-war." He 's also rarely seen without his favorite toy, a green stuffed dog named, appropriately, "Lincoln." So how can you help make this duo's dream a reality? "C ast your vote!" Ms. B aker said. "Vote once a day, and pass the word." V isit www.wagworld.com/dreamdogpark/finalists2011/entry/default.aspx?id= 232 to vote for "Stormie & Ab r aham's Idea." V oters must enter their name, pet's name and email address to register, just to ensure people don't vote more than once a day. V oting ends Sept. 8 at 11:59 a.m. F riday, September 2, 2011 A4 MelbourneHometown News 758155 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 758156The Ultimate Country LifestyleLeave behind the complicated and enjoy a wildlife sanctuary lifestyle. Build your dream home in the ultimate setting surrounded by Florida Deer, Bald Eagles, Wild T urkeys and exotics free to roam. Envision being surrounded by towering oak hammocks while w atching a grand red stag nibbling on the tender grasses below... If you lived at Red Stag Sanctuary you wouldnt be dreaming... it would be real! 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Ronald Carl Lemay, 54, of 3151 S. Babock St., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 19 with attempting to solicit/conspire and larceny. Cal Francis Charron, 32, of 201 Lantana Lane, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 20 with grand theft auto. Jon Jay Figueroa, 30, address unknown, was charged Aug. 30 with possession of cocaine, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, trafficking drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana. Rocio Alamilla, 42, of 1419 Dallam Ave., Palm Bay, was charged Aug. 21 with burglary with assault/battery and felony child abuse. Kenneth Lee Bloodworth, 46, of 1015 Church S t., Melbourne, was charged A ug. 21 with felony battery and felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Tara Lonegran, 22, of 804 Ca v alier Drive, Indialantic, was charged Aug. 21 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and possession of drug paraphernalia. Jacob Michael Rider, 28, of 3668 Harlock Road, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 22 with kidnapping-false imprisonment of an adult, fleeing/attempting to elude a police officer, felony battery and felony child abuse. Philip Guccione, 50, of 1834 Aurora Park Circle, M elbourne, was charged A ug. 23 with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and felony on-site violation of probation. James K. Wilson, 21, of 1922 Garner Ave., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 23 with two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon. Louis Michael Lowry, 32, address unknown, was charged Aug. 25 with resisting arrest without violence, grand theft auto and as a habitual traffic offender driving on a suspended license. Troy Lamar Rush, 40, of 908 Wisteria Drive, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 25 with petit larceny.P alm Bay P olice Department Leonard Anthony Lee, 25, of 210 E. University Bl v d., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 24 with unarmed burglary of an occupied dwelling, criminal mischief-property damage, r esisting arrest without violence, throwing a missile into a dwelling/vehicle, felony contempt of courtviolation of injunction and felony on-site violation of probation.W est Melbourne P olice Department John Cody Rabe, 24, address unknown, was charged Aug. 23 with kidnapping-false imprisonment of an adult and felony battery. Shay Wilson, 39, of 1447 A bbey Circle, Palm Bay, was charged Aug. 23 with grand larceny. Michael A. Donato, 37, of 4007 Estancia Way, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 24 with trafficking opium, larceny and possession of listed chemicals. Br evard County Sheriff's Office Kirk Marcus Daley, 22, of 6841 Raccoon Court, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 19 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Barbara Ann Morehouse, 63, of 149 Bauer Drive, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 19 with felony driving under the influence-causing serious bodily injury and felony driving under the influenceproperty damage. Nikki Louvine PerdueGriffiths, 37, of 901 Juanita Circle, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 19 with selling cocaine and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Michael Lenord Seigler, 32, of 380 Carolyn St., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 19 with two counts of possession of cocaine. Patrick J. Byrne, 49, of 607 Casa Grande Drive, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 21 with felony driving under the influence. Michael Smith, 28, of 38 Elton St., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 22 with violation of probation, resisting arrest without violence, contempt of court, felony battery by strangulationdomestic violence and three counts of on-site violation of probation. Harry Edward Brock, 30, of 3002 Fountain Head Circle, Melbourne, was charged A ug. 24 with dealing in stolen property and giving false verification of ownership to a secondhand property dealer. Gregory Scott Claxton, 18, of 2618 Kefauver St., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 24 with possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to sell and possession of drug paraphernalia. Emily A. Philpot, 53, of 316 Cornell Ave., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 24 with forgery-altering a public records certificate, passing a forged/altered instrument, petit larceny and failure to appear. James Scott Bradley, 42, of 146 Gray Road, West Melbourne, was charged Aug. 25 with refusing to submit to a balance test, resisting arrest without violence, felony driving while license permanently revoked and felony driving under the influence. Peggy L. Collett, 59, of 4108 Knight Ave., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 25 with dealing in stolen property and fraud-giving false o wnership information to pawn items. Mekisha Colon Grajales, 28, of 2275 Friday Court, M elbourne, was charged A ug. 25 with obtaining a controlled substance by forgery. Scott A. Martin, 23, of 2981 Pebble Creek St., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 25 with trafficking drugs, possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana 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. By 2007, the number of juveniles being arrested had been increasing for nearly a decade. As an example, in Br evard County in just a six-year period from 2001 through 2007, the number of youth arrested increased 46 percent from 779 to 1,134 arrests. This statistic did not bode well for the future crime rate of our county, as juvenile offenders often become adult offenders. As a result, all of Brevard C ounty's law enforcement leaders came together several years ago with one objective: to find a solution to reduce juvenile arrests in our county before it was too late. Du r ing this strategy session, a process known as "civil citations" was debated. Although the program was in its infancy at the time, the success of the program was hard to dispute. A civil citation gives a law enforcement officer an alternative to arresting a child when they commit a minor criminal offense. All too often, the arrest of a child who has never been in trouble before confirms in the child's mind that he or she is a bad person with no chance of a future. Their self-esteem plummets, and their knowledge that they now have a criminal record is the catalyst that leads them to commit more serious criminal acts. A child's first arrest is often the very moment they lose any remaining hope of having a good life. A civil citation is just what is needed to break the cycle of crime before it begins. It is not a "get out of jail free" card. There are consequences and r equirements that have to be met. The child is assessed and r eceives the necessary counseling and education to help prevent them from getting involved in future criminal activity. They must also complete a community service project to pay their debt to society. In so me cases, a child acting out is the result of some dysfunction in the home, and a civil citation may also lead to needed parental education and assistance. To ensure a child takes r esponsibility for their actions, they are often r equired to sincerely apologize to their victim. If the youth fulfils all that is expected, they will not have an arrest record. B oth the child and the parent must agree to participate in the program. The law enforcement officer possesses the discretion as to whether or not a civil citation may be issued in lieu of arrest. The officer takes into account several factors, including the willingness of the victim to allow a civil citation. If a ch ild fails to successfully complete the program, their case will be r eferred back to the state attorney's office for possible prosecution of the original criminal offense. While we want to ensure people, to include ourCivil citations working to reduce crimeSee SHE RIFF, A9 BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFFJACK PARK ER

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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,Cindy Beers 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 672212 government facilities is Saudia Arabia. I just can't go on and on. The reason we had great prosperity is because we had a R epublican Congress. Clinton didn't do anything during this time.Social Security deducts alreadyI am responding about an excellent letter about Social S ecurity. I would like to add this to it. I am 86 years old and have been paying into the Social S ecurity system since I was 14. I want to add more to the letter. We have had no increase now for three years straight for S ocial Security recipients. The second thing I want to talk about is the fact that they make deductions. My wife has a monthly income from Social Security of $568. Out of that, they take $97. That means that they have taken a 17 percent deduction. What for? No w, I'm her husband and my number is $ 1,100 per month, and they take a $97 deduction from me, which is a 9 percent deduction. If y ou add those two together and divide by 2, you'll see that the average there is 11 percent. Why is this being done? Has anyone ever told us why this is being done? B enefits are already reduced for many years now. Is this not enough of a cut already?K eep the money here in the United StatesI'd like to know why we keep giving money and funding these countries that don't like the United States of America, when we could be using the money right here in the United S tates. These countries don't like us, but they like our money. This is not right.Drug test them and make them work community serviceI have no problem with random drug testing for anyone r eceiving public monies or assistance. In my 24 years of military service, I was called in many times for random testing, and I felt proud that my country cared enough to police its armed forces. I wouldn't even mind to submit to random testing now, even though I'm retired. R andom drug testing is a good first step in making sure our public assistance is being used wisely. Ho w about taking it a step further? Why don't we require those who receive public assistance to perform some community service, too? Maybe just a couple hours per week. Ho w about showing up with me as I volunteer in Brevard schools? S orry, that might be asking too much for those who r eceive assistance, and I'm sure many of them would be offended if ordered to perform such demeaning work. The ACLU, I'm sure, has no love for people like me, and that kind of makes me feel pretty good.Oppression and tyrannyThe American revolution occurred as a result of the oppression and tyranny placed upon the colonists by the K ing of England. T oday, Americans are facing oppression and tyranny from the politicians throughout the country, and particularly in W ashington, D.C., that has lost touch with the common man. M any people are screaming for change, but we cannot expect change from the current group of politicians because of their self-interests, funding from lobbyists and large corporate donations. E xpecting the existing politicians to institute change is like asking the fox to guard the henhouse or criminals to manage the prisons. "T hrow out the rascals" is a cry heard across the land. Y et, if every politician was replaced by another, nothing would change. To make a difference, America needs a wholesale change of its current governing system, which was designed for a different time and totally different world. To get change, people must rise up and revolt as has been done lately in other countries but doing it non-violently. We need a redo of the Constitution, the entire legislative process and the individuals who represent us. To accomplish this, we must establish clear-cut goals and objectives of what is expected from those that govern.American Revolution 2.0R ecent events have shown that the current system no longer works. T oday, every political candidate seems to be a millionaire and soon becomes a multimillionaire after being elected. No longer can we afford the best government that money can buy. These ultra-rich have no concept of the problems of the common man. Americans can no longer sit nonchalantly by while getting abused by their government. This means that the average citizen will be required to play an active role in the democratic process. No longer can we ask politicians what they will do for us, since they usually will tell a lie to get our vote. We must demand of the politicians what we want done. In the political gold mine, the politicians get the gold and the citizens get the shaft. St r ike a blow for freedom and start planning the American Re volution 2.0 today. Response to Slavery is based only on who owns you'I was gob smacked when the author stated that Socialism and Communism are not even remotely related. One important crisis event left outThe writer who wrote to correct a previous writer on Who caused the economic crisis" did an excellent job of giving a chronology of recent government policies that caused the economic crisis. How ever, he left out one important event when our president "Read my lips. No new taxes." Bush was fooled by a D emocratic Congress and went along with their "tax the r ich" 10 percent tax luxury tax on expensive cars, yachts, etc. He signed a law to increase the tax, but The Democrats lied and did not cut the expenses equal to what the Congressional Budget Office estimated this new tax would bring. What happened? The rich people cancelled their orders for multi-billion dollar yachts and expensive cars and went to Europe and bought theses items, minus the 10 percent luxury tax. What else happened? Wo r kers who made these luxury items got laid off, and our government paid unemployment compensation and lost federal income tax, Social Security and Medicare that these workers would have been paying had they not been laid off.Casino gambling big attractionI would like to make a comment on the casino gambling. I am all in favor of it. It would definitely change the whole industry of Brevard County. W ith a lot of time and perseverance, it could be passed on a referendum, like Atlantic City, N.J., got passed when they put it to the New Jersey voters. It could be contained to one area of Brevard County, which would attract millions (of people) to it, by car, by bus, etc. We are only 45 minutes from Orlando. We already have C ocoa Beach, and we already have the space center. Let's put another big attraction and a huge industry for tons of Brevard County citizens, who would have jobs ranging from janitorial to engineering to computer to surveillance, etc. Ha ve the state police run it like New Jersey does. Contain it up there around the space center and Port Canaveral. It's a perfect area. It would be a very successful, lucrative business new industry for this county.Clinton did not want to fight a warI need to respond to the person who said "Everything w ent downhill after Clinton." O h, Clinton was so wonderful! Ye s, we had eight years of peace. You know why we had eight years of piece? It was because Clinton was a coward. He didn't want to fight a war. We had terrorists bombing us all over the world. They hit the World Trade Center the first time. They didn't take it down. They knocked off two of the African embassies. They hit one of our barracks in Lebanon. They hit one of our U.S. 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, SEPTEMBER 2, 2011 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM Quality careOsler Medical in Melbourne was one of four Brevard County physician practices recognized by Humana Provider Quality Rewards Program for meeting quality of care benchmarks and was awarded with a bonus check last month. Laurie Britt (right) from Osler Medical accepts the check from Leah Betancourt of Humana. Photo courtesy of Stephen WilsonT ax millage increase coming upD ear Concerned Citizens, I am Trudie Infantini, y our District III Brevard C ounty Commissioner. I am reaching out to the community to make you aware of issues facing Br evard County today. I regret to inform you that the county manager has proposed up to a 14.5 percent tax millage increase on your property. The increase is to generate revenue closer to last y ear's revenue. This increase violates the will and intent of the people who voted for the Sa ve Our Homes Benefit, where an increase to the assessed value of our home is limited to 3 percent cap. M any assessed values have increased, meaning they will be paying up to 16 percent more in taxes than last year (14.5 percent tax r ate increase plus up to a 1.5 percent assessed value increase). How ever, many with lower property values will actually be paying less because the percentage increase in tax rate is lower than the percentage assessment decrease. R egardless, your tax bill would be lower if we do not increase the tax rate. If y ou ask some commissioners if they are increasing taxes they will tell you "no." A Florida statute states a tax increase to make up for lost revenue is technically not a tax increase. It is my belief this is actually a tax increase, and we need to be straightforward with our residents. If possible, please attend either of the millage hearings. The tentative Ad Valorem M illage rate was set Aug. 2. The new aggregate millage rate is 16.6 percent higher than last year. T wo public budget hearings are scheduled for S ept. 13 and 27, starting at 5:30 p.m., all at the government complex in Viera. P lease come share your view on the proposed taxes! P lease note, included in the county manager's proposed budget is a 2.5 percent pay increase to all county employees and charter officers at a cost of $3.4 million. The capital improvements project list also includes building an 18,000-square-foot community center at Wickham Pa r k, although we don't have the funds to operate the existing centers (without raising your tax r ate). P lease come and voice y our opinion at our commission meetings. Tr udie Infantini D istrict 3 County Commissioner 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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Even the Chinese have moved toward capitalism. C uba, the island prison, is an exception, but without Venezuela, it would not exist. B ut to say they are not remotely r elated misses the point. Both are based on redistribution of wealth. The author also resorts to the tiresome name calling and silly monikers like "Ray Gun" and "wing nuts," as if these slogans are a substitute for intelligence. The left-wing blogs are rife with v apid commentary and ad hominem attacks like this. The author was correct on the definition of liberalism, but missed socialism. S ocialism is where the government o wns the means of production, like GM and Chrysler. As for Progressives, which the author defines as looking to the future, they've been changing their name ever since W oodrow Wilson. Why is it that Communists, Socialists and Progressives hide from who they r eally are? Maybe they are hiding from the past. So going back to the author's title, I would say that we, our children, grandchildren and future generations are now all government slaves, thanks to Pr ogressives. F or them, reality is an obstacle to ov ercome. Dogs can cause accidentsI have just about had I with people, y oung and old, who allow their dog to sit on their lap while they operate a motor vehicle. T exting and driving is causing fatalities every day. It is illegal in many states, right? So I'm driving along and this car is swerving side to side and repeatedly braking. I get up next to them, and there is a hairy mutt on their lap. P ut your dogs safely locked in a cage, people. Y ou say you love your dogs as if they we re y our children? Well, would you allow your child to sit on your lap while yo u' re driving? I have two dogs. When we go to the dog park or vet, they are in their cages in the back seat. A paw, a bite, it just takes a second for such a distraction to put yourself, y our dog and others at risk. So please, people, think!Requirements for my voteThe candidates for the next presidential election are lining up. I am neither a Democrat nor a R epublican, but an Independent, and here is my list of requirements for my vote: 1. The Economy. Balance the budget. If you don't have it, don't spend it. P ay down the deficit. Do not extend the debt ceiling. I read that China had a surplus of $198 billion last year. Let's make that a U.S. goal. 2. American politics. No PAC money. K eep the lobbyists, unions, religionists and other special interest groups at arms' length. 3. Abortions and gays. N ot government business. Get out and stay out. 4. Earmarks. Just plain NO to earmarks. That's my (the taxpayer) money, not yours to use to curry votes with. 5. Immigration. Just enforce the laws already in place. 6. Education. Get rid of the Department of Education. The individual states should handle their own. Seems silly to send money to Washington, D .C., to have them send some back. T ake a look at all the useless programs they fund. 7. Obamacare: Repeal it. 8. Labor unions: Let them stick to workers compensation and treatment issues. They don't own the company and have no say in how it is run. 9. Foreign wars: Bring the troops home. Stay out of other folks' business. I know war is good business and employs a lot of people, but it is morally wrong. How many readers will get their hackles up over this list? Response to Problems with Murdock and Obama'To the person who wrote "Problems with Murdock and Obama, Sort of." W ith due respect, you are by far a blithering ignoramus, whose head has been in the sand for at least 40 years, who grew up with a chip on his shoulder and must blame everyone else for y our problems and shortcomings. Y ou are incapable to digest historical data and remove the biases from the facts. Y our blinders preclude you from forming a valid conclusion based on fact. Y ou are so full of prejudices, which limits your ability to judge fairly and equally. I see you as a frustrated person who has sat his duff hoping to hit the lottery to think that all your problems would be solved. Y ou, sir/ma'am, are a true psychotic case that needs to be studied and perhaps someone may be able to find some remedy for your condition. B ut worst of all is the fact that you drive and you also vote. All of your statements were innuendos not substantiated by fact.Third-grade civics lesson W ith the national, state and local elections approaching, some of the third graders had questions about the process, so the teacher decided to have an election for a class president. We would choose our nominees. They would make a campaign speech and the class would vote. To simplify the process, candidates we re nominated by other class members. We discussed what kinds of characteristics these students should have. We got many nominations and from those, Johnny (not real name) and S andy (not real name) were picked to r un for the top spot. The class had done a great job in their selections. Both candidates were good kids. The day arrived when they were to make their speeches. J ohnny went first. He had specific ideas about how to make our class a better place. He ended by promising to do his very best. Ev eryone applauded and he sat down. No w is was Sandy's turn to speak. H er speech was concise. She said, "If y ou will vote for me, I will give you ice cream." She sat down. The class went wild. "Yes! Yes! We want ice cream." S he surely would say more. She did not have to. A discussion followed. How did she plan to pay for the ice cream? She wasn't su re. W ould her parents buy it or would the class pay for it? She didn't know. The class really didn't care. All they we re thinking about was ice cream. J ohnny was forgotten. Sandy won byRantsF rom page A6 See R ANTS, A9

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Brev ard Forum To the editor: C urrent conditions call for a self-help organization of, by and for the people of Br evard to regain and enjoy better control of our county, as an alternative to the dictates and controls of government and industry. We have become victims of plunder, via government and corporate greed at the expense of our human r ights, that is so controlling and pervasive as to deny us basic means by which to pursue wholesome and worthwhile lifestyles. Y et, within our ranks, we have the expertise, the will, the resources and the right to stop this madness, both by eliminating wrongheaded demands of our lives, and by pursuing better solutions through use of prudent means to bring about desired goals. This Brevard Forum, a volunteer jural society, will consist of: 1. An executive committee to provide structure and continuity 2. Permanent committees for a. Administrative duties, and b. providing continuity and liaison in key areas, such as lawful jurisdiction, education, etc. 2. Special committees for any issues not covered by permanent committees. We will provide a list of committees, chairpersons, their subject area, goals, contact information and means to learn of meeting dates, progress reports and need for volunteers. It is thought that anyone faced with unwarranted abuse, or who perceives a countywide threat, such as fluoridated water, so-called "S mart Meters," bad government decisions, etc. would, in confidentiality, be able to consult the Brevard Fo r um, either to gain available assistance, to offer new information to an existing committee, or to start a new committee that can investigate and report the inappropriate conduct. An objective with any problem is to petition those who are best able to bring about changes that will prevent recurrence. In addition to problem r esolution and avoidance, committees may exist to promote Brevard lifestyles, such as those sponsoring cultural and recreational events, or to develop and conduct useful classes on va ri ous specialized topics. The general assembly will meet on a regular and open basis to bring guest speakers to Brevard; hear committee reports; and hear discussion, debate and/or vote by the public on important issues, and will be archived for public r eview. As of mid August, we are 25 Brevardians, with an initial goal of 250 or more. E xpertise and leadership are needed in all areas of involvement, particularly in r egard to organic law and demands of jural societies. V isit us at: www.BrevardForum.org. J oin our M eetUp group atwww.meetup.com/Brevard-Forum/(note the hyphen). S end comments or questions to geodan @ bellsouth.net. D an O'Brien M elbourne Ta x es,jobs,raises and landscaping To the editor: F irst of all, a tip of the hat to Sen. Marco Rubio, Gov. Rick Scott, commissioner Tr udi Infantini and Commissioner Andy Anderson for keeping your pledge to r educe taxes, remove some of the multiple job-killing r egulations and actually trying to protect the taxpayers. In the last decade, Brevard C ounty grew a little more than 10 percent while the county budget grew more than 100 percent. In addition, more than 100,000 acres have been annexed to cities to escape burdensome county r egulations, thus vastly r educing county coverage and expenditures. We have lost more than 9,000 good-paying NASA jobs, and our true unemployment is more than 20 percent. C ounty manager Howard T ipton's answer is to give a r aise to county employees, and at a time when a record number of property owners could not pay their real estate taxes, he is urging a 16 percent tax increase. Oh that's right, it isn't technically a tax increase. It is a roll back, as explained by C ommissioner Chuck N elson, even though it r esults in a higher tax bill. After watching Ms. I nfantini try and explain a spreadsheet to Mr. Nelson, I now see why this guy ran the parks department into the ground. In a shrinking county, Mr. T ipton should rescind any idea of raises for government employees, cut his assistant county managers. He should then cut the EELS Program, which spent money like a drunken sailor. We don't need bureaucrats telling us what trees we can cut on our own property and what type of landscaping we must plant. Mr. Tipton should "man up" and start managing and r ealize it is the taxpayers he is employed by and not government bureaucrats. It is way past time for government employees to join the recession! D. 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Y ou have three attractive styles to choose from.Call today for a FREE,no obligation trial fitting to see if sona is right for you. 671910 321-242-1013672227 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Florida V olunteers Needed Jennifer K.Ride @ (407) 478-2996 Jennifer@BBBSCFL.orgCommunity Corkboard is provided as a public service byand is available to any not-for-profit corporation requesting items of need from our community.Requests will run in Community CorkboardŽon an As AvailableŽbasis.Call Sylvia to request the available space. Literacy Alliance of Brevard V olunteers needed throughout Brevard County to tutors adults. Also need volunteers to assist with inventory,fundraising and public speaking.For info, contact at 321-267-0099, brevardliteracy@bellsouth.net or www.brevardliteracy.org W omens Center V olunteer Needed for V olunteer Coordinating Pr ev ious volunteer experience preferred. 8 … 10 hours per week. 242-3110,Ext 331 T he Central Brevard S haring Center V olunteers are needed for several positions. F or Info Call: (321) 631-0306 or e-mail dbrubaker@ sharingcenter.org www.sharingcenter.org SHINE Se r ving Health Insurance N eeds for Elders V olunteers needed to counsel seniors on their health insurance.Call 752-8080 for more info. Crosswind Y outh Services V olunteer Opportunities! T utoring,mentoring, arts/crafts instructor, S pecial projects,admin., & clerical and Safe Place. Call 452-0800 S enior TranServe S eeking volunteers,using their personal vehicles,to transport homebound seniors to appointments, grocery shopping,etc. Call 321-639-4868 Ext 282for more information Lions Club of Satellite Beach "We Serve" S eeking New Members F or More Information Contact: Joe Hauser at 321-452-0376 Become a Red Cross Y outh V olunteerAmerican Red CrossCall 890-1002 for info S outh Brevard S haring Center Pl ease extend your blessings by donating your gently used furniture to bless others. Call (321) 727-8581 Council of Brevard Meals on Wheels V olunteer drivers needed throughout Brevard County.Deliver Meals, S miles,& Encouragement to homebound seniors. Call (321) 639-8770 Central Brevard Humane SocietyItems Needed: P aper Towels,White Copy Paper & Dr y & Wet Cat FoodF or info,contact (321) 636-3343 or www.crittersavers.com. Letters to the Editorand report any suspicious behavior to police, Detective Griswold said. "W e don't mind coming by to check things out," she said. "Don't hesitate to call us." To r equest a house check, fill out a form via the department's website, www.mbpd.org, or visit the station at 507 Ocean Ave., M elbourne Beach. Contact the Melbourne B each Police Department at (321) 723-4343.TheftF rom page A2

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y outh, are held accountable for their criminal acts, this program made sense. As a result, I, along with all of Brevard's police chiefs, agreed to support the program. B ut now that we agreed to initiate a Brevard civil citation program, who could we trust to do it? The answer was right in front of us Crosswinds Y outh Services. Cr osswinds was the logical choice because they already were operating the Ju venile Assessment Center, the county's runaway children's shelter and a host of youth and parental educational and counseling services. O ur next challenge was funding. The Eckerd Family F oundation, a group of very caring people who are committed to helping children and youth, stepped up and most generously awarded two major grants to Crosswinds in start-up funds to get the program moving. The program is about to enter its third year, and it has been even more successful than we could have imagined. H undreds of children have been diverted from the criminal justice system and, most importantly, they are not re-offending and are on the right path. F our hundred sixty-three less children were arrested in 2010 than in 2007, a r eduction of more than 35 percent. We would like to thank the police chiefs, the states attorney's office, the public defender's office, the D epartment of Juvenile J ustice, the Brevard County C ommission and Brevard C ounty Schools who partnered with us to implement this innovative initiative. We are also very proud of Cr osswinds for exceeding our expectations, as they always do, with everything we ask of them. We would also like to thank Jim and Jonnie Swann and the family members of the Eckerd Family Foundation whose sincere love of children and generosity made our vision a reality, and we honor them for leading the charge for juvenile justice reform. F or more information about civil citations,please visit www.BrevardCivilCitation.orgor call Crosswinds at (321) 4520800. J ack Parker is the sheriff of Br evard County a landslide. Ev ery time Barack Obama opened his mouth he offered ice cream, and 52 percent of the people reacted like 9-year-olds. They wanted ice cream. The other 48 percent know they're going to have to feed the cow and clean up the mess. We are now getting the ice cream Obama promised us! D id you vote for the ice cream? R emember, the government cannot give anything to anyone that they have not first taken away from someone else. Excess employees in W ashington, D.C.It 's about time the taxpayers realize how much money is being wasted on the excessive number of federal employees in Washington, D .C. That includes the State D epartment, USAID and other agencies. It makes matters worse when bosses and supervisors are so weak that their secretaries run the office. That means uncivil behavior goes unchecked or not admonished. To the dimwits who stole my bicycleY ou got what you paid for. As I'm sure you found out when you tried to ride it and the handlebar came loose and the seat fell off. T ip: duct tape. I left it sitting out to take the dog for a run, but you didn't really think you were going to get anything valuable out of someone's driveway, did you? Don't throw away the tires. Y ou can probably sell them at a garage sale. They're only a few years old.Dear CongressMy family can't decide on a budget. U ntil we have come to a unified decision that fits all of our needs and interests, we will have to shut down our checkbook and will no longer be able to pay our taxes. I'm sure you'll understand. Thank You for setting an example we should all follow. Cheers!Bottle water companies are exempt?I read an article recently, entitled "Water District asks many to Unite to Save A quifer." I agree that people of Central Florida need to conserve water, but why would the St. J ohn River Water Management District officials allow bottled water plants to come to Florida and pump out water from our aquifer to sell in other states? For the sake of jobs? How long will those jobs last if the water is gone? Are those plants bribing officials to get what they want? Is it anything for business, r egardless of the consequences? And I'm not against businesses that do what is right. C onsider how many more homes will be lost because of sinkholes or the poor quality of water going into homes for outlandish prices. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 2, 2011 Melbourne A9 POST COMMONS PLAZACORNER OF POST & WICKHAM 672387 SWEEPSTAKES€ 60 Brand New Machines in Our Newly Renovated 3,600 Sq. Ft. 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BUSINESS CALENDARFRIDAY,SEPT.2 Small Business Council meeting: 11 a.m. Melbourne R egional Chamber of Commerce, 1005 E. Strawbridge Ave., M elbourne. C all (321) 254-2288. TUESDAY, SEPT. 6 Small Business Council meeting: 8 a.m. Melbourne R egional Chamber of Commerce, 1005 E. Strawbridge Ave., M elbourne. C all (321) 724-5400,Ext.230. The Innovators Leads Club meeting: 11:30 a.m. Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce at Shells Seafood R estaurant, 1490 W. New Haven Ave., West Melbourne. For information,call club president Joe Nicolosi at (321) 7579797. WEDNESDAY,SEPT.7 Viera Leads Club meeting: 8:30 a.m. Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce at the Melbourne Regional Chamber/Viera, 7720 N. Wickham Road, Suite 112, Viera. F or information,call club president Collette Wood at (321) 242-4575. Money Makers Leads Club meeting: N oon. Melbourne R egional Chamber of Commerce at Courtyard by Marriott, 2101 W. New Haven Ave., Melbourne. F or information,call T om Taranto at (321) 961-2871. THURSDAY,SEPT.8 Beach Referral Group Leads Club meeting: 7:45 a.m. M elbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce at the Crowne P laza Melbourne Oceanfront, 2605 Highway A1A, Melbourne. F or information,call club president Alan Kershaw at (321) 750-3233. Women of Excellence Committee meeting: 8:30-9:30 a.m. Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce, 1005 E. St r awbridge Ave., Melbourne. Cost is free for members and $10 for non-members.RSVP online at www.melbourneregionalchamber.com. C all (321) 724-5400. TD Bank, America's Most C onvenient Bank, was named "Best Regional B ank/East" in M oney's "B est B anks 2011" list. Av ailable in the September issue, the list explored bank account options in national banks, credit unions, as well as regional banks, such as TD Bank, and provided consumers with a variety of national and regional banking options. 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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 669783 758236 Back to SchoolCALL 1-800-823-0466 to place your ad here Why are we always "locking the barn after the horse is stolen?"Remembering history: FDR New Deal,' Obama Raw Deal'Se ven months and seven days after I was born, President Franklin D. Roosevelt delivered his now-famous I nfamy Speechto a joint session of Congress, describing the previous day when the Empire of Japan sneakattacked the democracy of my United States. Se venty years, two months and a day after I was born, living now by the grace of FDR's Social Security, I find myself struggling to write my feelings the day after the Empire of Obama sneak-attacked the democr acy of my United States. I worked to elect Democr at Obama. I voted for Obama. I believed in Obama. I trusted Obama. I closely followed my president's progress, or lack thereof, watching failure after failure to deliver on most promises made: No G uantanamo close. No end to wars, more started. No universal national healthcare. No repeal of Bush tax cuts for the rich. A theatrical O sama assassination, because he needed a victory of any kind. N one of the critical things which Bush and corporate W all Street "banksters" used to drive us into a trillion dollars of debt were being touched. And finally, a sneak attack on FDR's social safety net, the "New Deal,"stealthily concealed inside a cleverlyconcocted Trojan horse, an ersatz debt ceiling crisis.' N othing moves a nation through duplicity quicker than fear itself. No truly Democratic president or elected official has ever dreamed of weakening S ocial Security. And yet, my president had not only laid Social Security as a gambling chip on the W all Street casino table, but he upped the ante with M edicare and Medicaid, as w ell. C onservative thugs in the U.S. House, one-third being first-term Tea Party Republicans, many who had never served in any elected position before, took the United S tates government hostage, as no other alien enterprise ever could. Obama negotiated with hostage takers, ignorant of standard FBI instructions to never pay ransom to kidnappers. But, then, Obama was working to his own priv ate agenda. Anticipating a reaming to come, on July 22, four days before Obama's speech to the nation, during a slow r olling epiphany, I broke with my president and wordsmithed my firstedition of a new series: "NOBAMA."A voiding a shutdown was not the worst of itNo w you have a Congress, which, after screwing up and almost going into default, has the gall to take a long paid vacation while they leave 4,000 FAA workers with no pay and 70,000 other construction workers also laid off. B oth parties are a disgrace. It is so past time for term limits and to get rid of all of them. All the liberals want to do is spend, spend, spend; and that is what got us into trillions in debt for the first time ever; and (Speaker of the House Nancy) Pelosi and her ilk are still looking at throwing money at the problem which is what got us into this mess to start with. Y ou have a totally inexper ienced president who never had to balance a budget or do anything else, so there is no one in the White House who gets it. Then you got the liberal media that covers up as many mistakes as they can that come from the liberal White House, along with George Sorous, who owns the Democratic Party. It is time for a major change in our country, because it is not going to be our country much longer if we don't. I hope Rick Perry gets into the race for the White House because the lackluster others do not cut it.Gel nail polish may be a problemMy daughter and I were having a manicure when we we re offered a gel nail polish, for $10 more, which would stay on for three we eks. My daughter and I answered, "Yes, but how do we r emove it?" The answer was "straight acetone." The polish stayed on fine. After two weeks the nails we re growing at the base and not too attractive, so I purchased straight acetone. As I was told that acetone would destroy metal, I poured the acetone into a bowl and soaked my nails five minutes ... then 10, rubbing them constantly with a cotton pad, but the polish would not come off! F inally I was able to peel it off which was painful. It took at least an hour, and my nails are ragged looking. S ince gels are a new thing (I just heard it touted on a health awareness program), I want to warn gals to take heed! I wish I had investigated more.RantsF rom page A9

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Melbourne B1 1935 Aurora Rd. Melbourne € 255-7781 $5Match Play ALLDAY EVERYDAYNO Coupon Necessary Sun Thurs 9am-1am FriSat 9am-2am New ArcadeT ournamentFriday 7-10:30pm T uesThursSat 1:00 3:30 pmSmoking PermittedPlayer's Club ArcadeBINGO EVERY MON & WED 6PM & 8PM SPIN THE WHEEL EVERY TUES & THURS & SUN 8PM & 10PM672390SMOKIN HOT JACKPOTS!$20 Gets you $2 FREEPLAY All Day, Everyday FREE Wheel Spin If You Are Here At 10:00 am Out & about When the conductor steps to the podium for the Br evard Community Chorus' holiday concert, R obert Lamb won't be there. For the first time since becoming conductor in 1998, Mr. Lamb is taking a year off from directing the group. In his place will be a face familiar to local audiences. D avid Vogeding, music director at Eastminster Pr esbyterian Church in I ndialantic and conductor of the Indialantic Chamber Singers, will conduct the Brevard Chamber Chorus for the 2011-12 season. Mr. Vogeding has a bachelor of music degree in organ performance from West Virginia University ands a master of music in organ performance from the University of O klahoma. He has completed course work for his doctorate in musical arts in conducting at that school. He has studied at the Royal School of Church M usic in Croydon, England, and is a member of the American Guild of organists. He spoke recently by phone about his new r esponsibility. "C all me crazy," he said. "I thought it would be a different challenge, working with a larger chorus. There are some works you couldn't do with the smaller group." The chorus will hold its Christmas program on De c. 10 at the King Center. Mr. Vogeding has a full program for his singers. There will be a lot of smaller works and familiar carols with new and fresh arrangements," he said. There is a beautiful arrangement of Silent N ight,' an African folk tune about Bethlehem, a beautiful piece by Berlioz and Joy to the World,' in the style of Handel and arranged by John Rutter." Mr. Rutter, an English composer who was commissioned to write a piece for the wedding of Pr ince William and C atherine Middleton, will be well-represented in the concert. The chorus will perform his "Candlelight Ca r ol," and a light-hearted work, "The Donkey Carol." "I t' s in 5/8 time," Mr. V ogeding said. "You can sort of picture the donkeys hobbling along." Mr. Vogeding is thinking ahead to the spring concert in May. "W e may be doing a M ass by Haydn, Mass in the Time of War,'" he said. "I 'm also thinking about a major work by John R utter." The conductor is also seeking new performers for the chorus. Anyone interested in singing with a large chorus and orchestra is invited," he said. "There is an audition, but it is very easy." While assuming these new responsibilities, Mr. V ogeding will not be giving up his duties with the I ndialantic Chamber S ingers. In July, he and a number of singers from the group traveled to W ashington, D.C., to perform for the Evensong service at the Washington N ational Cathedral. It was the third such invitationonly trip for the group.Space Coast artist Lloyd Behrendt's depictions of space launches V isitors to the Eau Gallie First Friday Art Walk on Friday, Sept. 2 will have the opportunity to view a collection of work just back from a special extended showing at New Y ork City's Amsterdam W hitney Gallery in Chelsea. Local artist Lloyd Behrendt will present his unique visual perspective of the nation's space program at the Highland Art and Studio, 141 4 Highland Ave., from 5-8 pm. T he four pieces in the showing depict the end of the space shuttle era and the hand-off to a new age of commercial space flight. T he works include: "Sacriflight," a 24 X 20 oil on gelatin silver print original depicting the final launch of S TS-107 Columbia "Handoff," a 20 X 24 oil on gelatin silver print original, depicting the landing of STS13 2 Atlantis at Kennedy Space Center "Sword from the Stone," a 24 X 20 oil on gelatin silver print original, documenting the maiden launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 commercial heavy lift rocket, as seen from the top of NASA's V ehicle Assembly Building "Study for Falcon 9," a 14 X 11 oil on gelatin silver print original, illustrating the basic shape of the "halo" captured on film during shooting of Sword from the Stone Mr. Behrendt has photographed some 300 launches from Cape Canaveral since 1996. His depictions of the launches are blackand-white silver prints to which he adds transparent oils. He also recently published a book called "Birds of Hope ... A Primer for the Future," which uses his artwork to depict the coexistence of Central Florida's man-made "space birds" with the natural, winged creatures that inhabit the area. T he book will be on sale for $10, with 10 percent of the sales going to the Florida W ildlife Hospital at 4560 North U.S. Highway 1 in Melbourne. Additional information about Mr. Behrendt and his work can be found at www.bluesawtooth.com.Brevard County Manatees final food taste' is SaturdayIn an effort to raise money for the Brevard County Manatees Community F oundation, a "Rock Out With Yo ur Cook Out" food tasting events took place at the stadium, one Saturday a month, from April through August. T he final taste event will be at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 3. A different cuisine was featured each month for fans to sample and vote on their favorite dish. T he first "Rock Out With Yo ur Cook Out" took place April 16, where five different seafood restaurants participated. Th e next cuisine featured in the "Rock Out With Your Cook Out" taste was pizza. Next up in the "Rock Out W ith Your Cook Out" taste was sandwiches, which took place on July 9. The Ma natees hosted their fourth "Rock Out With Your Cook Out" taste event of the season, on Saturday, July 30. B BQ was the featured cuisine for the month of July. T he "Winner Take All" taste, with all of the previous Cabana Shores Tiki Bar: J essica Ottway will play 7-10 p .m. Thursday. Cabana S hores Tiki Bar is at 5240 No r th U.S. Highway 1, Palm S hores. C all (321) 987-8455. Captain Katanna's D ockside Restaurant and Bar: J ack Clutterham will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. K atanna's is at 4263 N. H arbor City Blvd. (Highway U.S. 1), Melbourne. C all (321) 253-1369. City Limits Restaurant and Lounge: The Swampfox live jam is 7:30-10:30 p.m. S unday. The City Limits is at 4851 S. Dairy Road, Palm Bay. C all (321) 723-2222. City Tropics Bistro: 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 6-10 p.m. W ednesday. The Cocoa B each Pier is at 401 Meade Av e ., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4050. Coconuts On The Beach: Mo Geetz will play 7-11 p.m. Fr iday. Coco Locos will play 2-6 p.m., and The MC's will play 7-11 p.m. Saturday. New W orld Beat will play 2-6 p.m. S unday. Johnny Danger will play 7-11 p.m. Monday. Mo Du o will play 7-11 p.m. T uesday. Coconuts is at 225 A tlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 784-1422. Jump's Tiny Tavern: T ake 2 will play 5-9 p.m. Friday. Marc Do bson will play 5-9 p .m. Sunday. Griffin Smith and Offshore Acoustic's open mic and jam night 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: R ed Tide will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fr iday. Pinch will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. Thursday night is jam night and open mic night with Eric Saganov. The Key West is at 2286 H ighway A1A, Indian H arbour Beach. C all (321) 773-1577. Lou's Blues: S witch will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Fr iday. The Don't Quit Your Da y Job Band will play 9:30 p .m. to 1:30 a.m. Saturday. The Spanks Band will play 9 p .m. to 1 a.m. Thursday. Lou's Blues is at 3191 N. H ighway A1A, Indialantic. C all (321) 779-2299. Malabar Mo's: St r obe will play 4-8 p.m. Sunday. Stoney and the House Rockers will play 4-8 p.m. Labor Day M onday. Mo's is at 2805 M alabar Road, Malabar. C all (321) 725-8374. Mambos Ocean Deck: STAR SCOPESJames Tucker W eek of 9-2-2011 Aries-March 21-April 19Being a leader has its ups and downs. The key to survival is to be open to change. Sometimes when unexpected events happen that shake your game plan, being flexible will, most of the time, bring positive results. Set short-, mediumand longterm goals, as well. This keeps you focused and on the cutting edge.T aurus-April 20-May 20Y ou never give up. When things don't work out as planned, you take a step back, regroup and then continue moving forward. Your plans are sound. You know what you want. You are on the right track. Keep studying and learning. With all this, plus good timing and a second wind, you are bound for victory.Gemini-May 21-June 21Don't start any new projects until you finish some of the old ones. Keep your eye on the bigger picture. Do what you love. If you don't love some of your activities, either learn to love them or don't do them. Leave the small stuff for later. This is a winning plan and the way master communicators like yourself live.Cancer-June 22-July 22Be patient and go with the flow. You continue to grow in wisdom and confidence. It's because of your large heart. Y ou never give up on your dreams and those you love. Y ou are making progress. T ake it one day at a time. T oday is all we have. Make the most of it. True success all comes down to wise choices.L eo-July 23-Aug. 22Y ou are feeling harmonious with yourself and family goals. You seldom make rash judgments or decisions. It's your clear vision and strong inner guidance that directs you. It is stronger than the lower will. Refuse to get sidetracked on unimportant things and you will continue to rise. Success is on the horizon.Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22Continue your exciting adventures in life. You are earthy, grounded and conscientious. This is the successSee S CENE, B3 See SCOPES, B3Choral director takes on new gig Club Scene Photo courtesy of EauGalliePhoto.comThe Brevard Community Chorus prepares for its new season without long-time director Robert Lamb, who has taken a year's leave. David Vogeding, musical director of Eastminster Presbyterian Church, will lead the group for the 2011-12 season.By Shelley KoppelEntertainment writerSee CHORUS, B2 See OUT, B2 Br evard CountyEntertainmentDining &SECTION B WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2011 Every Saturday from 10 pm-12 amNow Serving Beer and Wine*Check out the HTNWebsite for our Gift CertificatesADULTSKATE ADULTSKATE ADULTSKATE ADULTSKATE671915Not valid with any other offers. Must present coupon. Enjoy through 10/2/11 1 Coupon Per Person A vailable Anytime A vailable AnytimeNot valid with any other offers. Must present coupon. Enjoy through10/2/11 One coupon per person. Not valid with any other offers. Must present coupon. Enjoy through 10/2/11A vailable AnytimeOne coupon per person. Not valid with any other offers. Must present coupon. Enjoy through 10/2/11A vailable AnytimeOne coupon per person. Not valid with any other offers. Must present coupon. 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winners Shells of Melbourne, Pizza Gallery, Gina's CafŽ, and Woody's BBQ will face off on the last home game of the season. Mark your calendar for Sept. 3 so you may help determine the best food in town! T he taste will begin at 5:30 p.m. and will conclude at game time. Awa it the winner to be announced on-field after the first inning. Admission to the taste is $5. F or more information, visit ManateesBaseball.com or call (321) 633-9200.F eed A Vet Food Drive and RaffleBenefiting Injured veterans returning from overseas, Diva Angels Brevard County is conducting a food drive and raffle to benefit severely injured war vets who are struggling and fighting for their benefits. T he goal is to provide enough food to sponsor families for both Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday dinners. Raffle monies and donations will be provided to the families in the form of a Walmart gift card to use as needed during the month of December. T here will be select bike night events 6-9 p.m. throughout Brevard County including: Long Doggers Minton Road Thursday, Sept. 8 and Thursday, Sept. 22, and Thursdays, Oct. 6, 20 and 27 and Thursdays, Nov. 3, 10 and 17 Sport Bike Night at Fusion Bistro Wednesday, Oct. 12 Dedicated Riderz sport bike nights at Petra's. A collection box is located at Brevard Super Bike, 1600 S. Harbor City Blvd. Melbourne. Donations will be accepted Tuesday through Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Prize will be a asphalt leather motorcycle jacket w/Thinsulate liner. Donations: A bag full of holiday food related non-perishables equals one free raffle ticket. Additional tickets are available for a $5 donation, with $20 for five tickets. Call Diva Michele (321) 960-6666 or Diva Thunder (864) 451-8784 for information.Spills, Thrills and What Nots' and Endless Summer' exhibitionIn conjunction with local art collaborative Brick & Mortar's exhibition "Endless Summer: T he Warmth of Nostalgia," the group will screen "Spills, Thrills and What Nots" Friday Sept. 9 at 8:30 pm. "Spills, Thrills and What Nots" is a nontraditional surf film featuring pro surfer Dane Reynolds. T he film is gritty and fun, with too many "spills" to count. Its artistic approach rejects a linear narrative and exposes a rare side of the surf industry. Admission to the screening is $3. "Endless Summer: The Warmth of Nostalgia" is a month-long exhibition that features Florida photographersStephen WilsonandRich Sullivan, videographerDustin Miller, artistTy W illiams and the craftsmanship of local surfboard shapersRicky Carrolland Larry Mayo. Th rough a variety of mediums, the exhibition explores the zeitgeist (spirit of the times /of the age) of summer and its iconic grasp on Florida's coast. Brick & Mortar curates art exhibitions and events to engage the local community. Th ey are located at 643 Brevard Ave. in Historic Cocoa Village. F or more information, please contact Lindsay K olsch at(850) 766-6958, e-mail lindsay@brickandmortarbuilt.com or visit brickandmortarbuilt.com.Concert will feature the Country Classics Band under the moon and starsT he Florida Department of Environmental Protection's Sebastian Inlet State Park will hold the Night Sounds concert series on Saturday, Sept. 10. Hosted by the Friends of Sebastian Inlet State P ark, the concert will showcase the Country Classics Band. T he Country Classics Band has a legendry Nashville sparkle of family-oriented music. T hey play the best of classic country, a little bluegrass and a smidgen of Rock N' Roll from the 1950s to the 1990s. T he Country Classics Band covers the music of Willie, Waylon, Haggard, Cash, Hank, George Strait, Chuck Berry and even Jimmy Buffett. T he concert will take place at the pavilions on Coconut Point, located on the south side of Sebastian Inlet. T his event will take place 7-9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10 at Sebastian Inlet State Park, 9700 S. Highway A1A, Melbourne Beach. F or more information about The Country Classics Band, visit www.apacecoastlive.comcalendar/band. F or more information about the concert, please call (321)984-4852 or visit www.floridastateparks.org/sebastianinlet.Melbourne Community Orchestra at Melbourne Auditorium"The Magic of Musicals," a concert featuring favorites from the musicals genre will be performed at the Melbourne Auditorium Sept. 1 4-15. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and the concerts starts at 7:30 p.m. T he Melbourne Auditorium is at 625 Hibiscus Blvd., Melbourne. F or more information, call (321) 952-9949. FRIDAY, SEPT 2 Mom and baby support group meeting: 11 a.m. to 1 p .m. Friday, Sept. 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30. Eau Gallie Public Library, 1521 Pineapple Av e ., Melbourne. This is a mom and baby support group. B.Y.O.B. (bring your own baby) age 0-12 months. F or more information, call (321) 543-0811 or (321) 255-4304. AARP Chapter 219 meeting: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p .m. Friday, Sept. 2. One S enior Place, 8085 Spyglass H ill Road, Viera. The AARP chapter serving the Viera, Suntree and R ockledge area will hold its monthly meeting at One S enior Place. L unch will be provided. F or information and to RSVP, call (321) 752-7550 or e-mail vnatc.com. Panther Aquatic Center swim lessons deadline: Fr iday, Sept. 2. Panther A quatic Center, Florida I nstitute of Technology, M elbourne. F lorida Tech's new Panther Aquatic Center will host swim lessons on Tuesdays and Thursdays in September and October. T wo sessions will be offered. The first session is scheduled for 5-7 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, Sept. 1329, and the second is for 57 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, Oct. 11-27. Each session will consist of six 30-minute classes beginning at 5 p.m. and concluding at 7 p.m. Pa r ticipants will be divided into different class levels based on swimming skill. Levels of instruction r ange from basic water skills and floating to the r efinement of strokes and diving along with introduction to turns. The maximum amount of participants in each class will be five, with multiple classes of the same level offered. The cost to participate is $45 per session. F or more information or to register, please contact head swimming coach and aquatics director Jeni Ritter at (321) 674-7303 or e-mail jritter@fit.edu. The deadline to register for the first session is Sept. 2, and the deadline for the second session is Sept. 30. Leisure Services D epartment Lipscomb St r eet Park events: Friday: 6:30 p.m. Sept. 2 Spades Club Tuesday: 10:30 a.m. S ept. 6 Young at Heart S ewing Group Wednesday: 10 a.m. S ept. 7 Brevard Senior N utrition Program Wednesday: 5 p.m. Sept. 7 Girl Scouts (youth 817) Wednesday: 5 p.m. Sept. 7 Boy Scouts (youth 817) Lipscomb Street Park is at 3316 Monroe Street, Melbourne. For information, call (321) 674-5725.SAT URDAY, SE PT. 3 United We Stand'community concert: 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 3. Lipscomb Pa r k, 3316 Monroe St., Melbourne. "U nited We Stand" is presented by The Elect Women of God, a nonprofit organization, Saturday, Sept. 3 at 9 a.m. at Melbourne's Lipscomb Park. C ost is free. F or more information, call (321) 362-1879 or (321) 216-0627. Murder Mystery Tour: The French Connection': 1-4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 3. R ossetter House Museum and Gardens, 1320 Highland Ave., Melbourne. F riday, September 2, 2011 B2 MelbourneHometown News 671705OPEN 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! 669790 672207 672268 BREVARDSNEWEST NOWOPEN OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY, 7 DAYS A WEEKABsInternet Caf Cash Sweepstakes(Located inside Americas Best Value Inn &Suites)4431 West New Haven Ave. W. Melbourne, FL32904321-768-8439FULLLIQUORBARHappy Hour 5-8 pmSENIORS WELCOMEFREEBREAKFASTNew Player Bonus200 POINTSOR HOUSE DRINK/ DOMESTICBEERFREEDOMESTICBEER ORHOUSEDRINK6:00-9:30 AMDailyFor $10.00 Purchase of InternetW ith $10.00 Purchase of Internet TimeW ith coupon € Expires 9/16/11Limit one Per PlayerHEROSBONUS300 POINTS€ Military ID € Police € Fire € Police (Active or Retired)Limit one Per Player CASHSWEEPSTAKES DINING & ENTERTAINMENT Community calendarSee CALENDAR, B4OutF rom page B1 "S omeone put our name in and they contacted us," he said. "We sent a tape and they said to come and sing. I've not heard the choir any better. They were fabulous and I was really proud of them." The Brevard Community Chorus will perform at the K ing Center,3865 N.Wickham Road,Melbourne,on De c.10 at 7:30 p.m.For ticket information,call the box office at (321) 242-2219. A uditions for the chorus will begin immediately after r ehearsal on Sept.6 at 7 p.m. in Building 9,Room 160 at Br evard Community College's Melbourne campus.For information,call (321) 426-5833.ChorusF rom page B1

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formula. Your life is full. You may outgrow present space and need to expand. Just be sure to let the growth come first. No reason to get top heavy at this point. You are young at heart and love new challenges.Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22Y ou have grown so much this year. Your understanding about the deeper mysteries of life is soaring. Everyone thinks you make it look so easy. If they only knew all the soul searching that came first. Maybe it's time for a little R&R. You have earned it. You have found true victory over life. No one is more deserving.Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21It's your turn at the wheel of the zodiac for the next four weeks. This is a time of harvest. You have done a lot to make the present productive. It is time to bring new visions up from spirit and make plans for next year. T his is the way to keep the heart open and motivated. Y ou are an action person with so much gratitude.Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21Y ou have so many blessings. Y ou were born with a strong mind, a wonderful heart and a great spirit. When the universe was created you were one of the role models. You are a loyal friend and companion. You always have a kind word for others with a need. You don't ask for much back. Your guardian angels love you.Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19Expect positive outcomes. Stay out of your own way and good things will always happen. Feel the joy. Look at the brighter side. You have an eager interest in life. You are important to your friends. You lead by example. You smile and love a lot. Prepare for much change ahead. You have made it happen. Enjoy.Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18Sometimes, the universe has a better plan in mind for us than our own. This why it is important to be flexible and have a backup if plan A doesn't work out. You might call this "growing pains." You are optimistic. Keep communicating. Listen as well as speak. Steady progress again is on the way.Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20Y our natural passion for life is contagious to everyone. Y ou are the spark that lights our fire many times. You are so highly evolved. You think with your heart and instincts, not your head. No one could have a better friend. Being so deeply in touch with these great values inspires us all to do better. Thanks for being there. Have a starry week, everyone. Hello, smart shoppers! I have a letter from a r eader to share with y ou that I'm sure will touch y ou as it did me. She talked about how when soldiers who are stationed in a war z one return from a mission, packages from home especially homemade cookies are received with joy. She learned that my chocolate chip and oatmeal cookies she packed in a food saver and sent to a loved one arrived in fine condition. S he requested more cookie recipes and asked me to remind you that, yes, you can do something for our troops. In her words, "The best of America are doing their best!" B efore we get to the cookie r ecipes I'll give you another copycat recipe that you must try. Then we'll preheat the ov en 'cause we're going to whip up some deliciously different cookies for our soldiers.R R E E D L D L O O B B STE STE R'S R'S C C R R AB ALF AB ALF R R E E D D O O ser ser ves 4 ves 4I have found that most r estaurants have an outstanding dish on the menu. While there are several offerings at Red Lobster that I have a hard time passing up, their Crab Alfredo just can't be beat. I've tried to duplicate it many times but have found a special kind of crab is necessary for the perfect dish. While in no way inexpensive it's a must have for a special occasion. No matter what I order when I'm there I must have at least a small portion of this delectable dish. This one's a keeper so don't change a thing. 8 ounces linguini 4 tablespoons butter 4 tablespoons flour 2 cups half and half 1/2-cup grated Parmesan cheese (or more) S alt and Pepper 1 teaspoon or less cayenne pepper 6 (8 ounces) cooked snow crab meat, cut into chunks C ook pasta until al dente; set aside. M elt butter in a saucepan. S tir in the flour until it looks sandy; do not let it color. Whisk in half and half and stir until the mixture forms a thick sauce. Stir in the cheese; season to taste. S immer a few minutes to blend the flavors and stir in the crab meat. Cook just until the crab meat is heated through. Serve over cooked pasta with additional cheese and red pepper flakes on the side. I have found in most cookie recipes that require margarine you can substitute the better-for-you S mart Balance butter substitute. B aking is precise, so pay attention to the instructions. If a recipe says flour, that's it; don't sift. If a recipe says sifted flour, you first sift then measure. If a recipe says flour and then in the instructions says sift flour, y ou first measure then sift. Ne ver shake the measuring cup, that packs the flour. S ounds nit-picky but it's not, it's the difference between success and failure.S S HAKE HAKE R J R J E E LL LL Y D Y D O O TS TS If y ou took a poll in my home of everyone's favorite cookie after chocolate chip, of course, Shaker Jelly Dots would be the winner. 1 stick margarine or 1/2 cup butter substitute 1/4 cup light brown sugar, firmly packed 1/4-teaspoon salt 1 egg yolk 1/2-teaspoon vanilla 1 cup sifted flour 1/3-cup (about) finely chopped or grated nuts (filberts, pecans or walnuts) J elly In a medium bowl, cream first five ingredients. Add flour; mix. Cover and chill until firm enough to handle. Wo rk with half of the dough at a time, keeping remaining portion refrigerated. Shape one rounded teaspoon of dough into balls about the size of marbles and roll in nuts. Place one inch apart on ungreased cookie sheet. Gently press thumb into center of each cookie to make a shallow indentation. F ill with jelly. Bake at 350degrees until lightly browned, 10-12 minutes. Yield, three dozen cookies.Q Q U U E E E E N'S B N'S B I I S S C C U U ITS ITS www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 2, 2011 Melbourne B3 671636**NEW**WEEKLYRAFFLESee Associate for DetailsNo Purchase Necessary P romotions Subject to Change Without NoticeCASH CASHPRIZES PRIZESWHEEL SPIN DAILY 12pm-2pm AND 5pm-7pm One*Free Spin with this ad*Only one ad per person, per week please Offer valid thru 9/8/11**NEW**$3000+ Jackpot**$500 &over to be paid by check next business day914-0745 € 3830 S. 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Roast Beef & Turkey Baked on Premises Excludes Daily SpecialsGood Mon-Thurs 9/5-9/8. HTN Coupon Required.Cannot be combined with other offersDINNER PURCHASEof $25 or more$5OFF With Purchase of BeverageGood Mon -Fri 9/5-9/9. HTN Coupon Required.Cannot be combined with other offersANY LUNCH($5.99 or more)$1OFF New York Style F amily Restaurant Homemade Food at Family PricesAnswer in next week's paperComfort Food Made FromScratchTHIS WEEKS SPECIALS:Monday: Meat Loaf T uesday: Roast Pork W ednesday:Chicken Pot Pie Thursday:Shepherds Pie & Cuban Sandwich Friday: Seafood Reuben SandwichSUDOKU #32 Hours: Mon.…Fri 7am…8pm € Sat & Sun 7am…3pm321725-6855 OPEN LABORDAY 7AM-3PM DINING & ENTERTAINMENT Show your support for our troops with homemade cookies ROMANCING THE STOVEwith the Grammy Guru ARLENE BORG T ed Villarreal will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. The Tiki Band will play 7-11 p.m. S unday. Mambos Ocean Deck is at 1300 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-2271. Milliken's Reef: H ot Pursuit will play 5-10 p.m. Friday. Ted Villarreal will play 5-9 p.m. Wednesday. Milliken's is at 683 Da ve Nisbet Drive, Port Canaveral. C all (321) 783-0100. Murdock's Bistro & Char Bar: S lick W illie will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. Mu r dock's is at 600 Brevard Ave., Cocoa. C all (321) 633-0600. Norman's Raw Bar & Grill: The M ammoth Band with Sunnyland Steve will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. The Loaded D ice Band will play 7-11 p.m. Saturday. No r man's is at 3 Forrest Ave., Cocoa. C all (321) 433-0872. Oh Shucks: H oney Miller will play 69 p.m. for the National Kidney Foundation Registration Party. Vintage will play 7-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Oh S hucks is at the Cocoa Beach Pier, 401 M eade Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4050. Off the Traxx: Mo Geetz will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Saturday. Off the Tr axx is at 918 E. New Haven Ave., M elbourne. C all (321) 327-2919. Old Fish House Bar: The Lost River G ang will play 6-10 p.m. Wednesday. The Old Fish House Bar is at 5185 U.S. Hi ghway 1, Grant. C all (321) 727-7007. Pineda Inn: K eith Koelling will play 6-10 p.m. Friday. Rocky James will play 3-7 p.m. Saturday. The Pineda Inn is at 6355 North U.S. Highway 1 (U.S. 1 and S untree Boulevard), Rockledge/Melbourne. C all (321) 751-5311. Pinto's Lounge: O pen mic jam session nights will be 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fr iday and 8 p.m. to midnight Sunday. Pinto's is at 7555 S. Highway U.S. 1, Ti tusville. C all (321) 269-7665. River Rocks: J erry Zee and Company will play at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. The River Rocks is at 6485 South U.S. H ighway 1, Rockledge. C all (321) 7577200. Sand Dollar Bar: Ka r aoke with D anno is every Friday and Saturday night at 8 p.m. The Sand Dollar Bar is at 260 N. Brevard Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-0107. Shady Oaks Lounge: Ki ckin Kountry will play 9 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday and Sa turday. The Shady Oaks Lounge is at ScopesF rom page B1 See ROMANCING, B5SceneF rom page B1

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C ost is $10 per person. The Rossetter House is the scene of the crime! Y ou play the sleuth in this Clue" game-based tour. W atch the scenes and use the clues to figure out "Who done it?" G uess right and enter the drawing for the grand prize. C all ahead for reservations at (321) 254-9855. The event is family friendly.MONDAY, SE PT. 5 Space Coast Area Transit bus routes will not operate on Labor Day,Monday, S ept.5. All regular fixed route service will resume on Tuesday, S ept. 6. Q uestions or requests for further information should be directed to the bus information line at (321) 6331878, (321) 952-4672 for S outh Mainland residents or online at www.RideSCAT.com. Adult coed softball league now forming at Ho ov er Middle School: Br evard County South Area Parks and Recreation is currently accepting registrations for an adult coed softball league at Hoover Middle School, located at 200 Hawk Ha ven Drive in Indialantic. League games are scheduled to be played on Sunday afternoons. The fee of $280 per team includes a 14-game regular season with a single-elimination playoff tournament. The season is scheduled to begin on Sunday, Sept. 11. F or more information, please call South Area Parks & Recreation at 321-2554400. Registration for Christmas Festival of Crafts at Fox Lake Park: R egistration for tables and spaces at the 18th Annual Christmas Festival of Crafts at Fox Lake Park in Titusville, to be held Nov. 19, has begun at the North Area Pa r ks operations office. S paces under the pavilion are $30 each, plus Florida state sales tax. S paces in the outside area are $20, plus Florida state sales tax. They are limited to two per crafter. All items must be handmade or homemade. A pplication forms are available at 475 North W illiams Ave. in Titusville, by sending a self-addressed stamped envelope, or by email to jill.hill@brevardparks.com. The registration deadline is 4 p.m. on Nov. 10. Max K.Rodes Park Community Center update: The new Rodes Park Community Center is now open and operational, we are curr ently offering free open volleyball 6-9 p.m. Monday evenings and open volleyball 6-9 p.m. Tuesday evenings at a cost of $2. If y our team is interested in participating in the firstever adult volleyball leagues, please reply to R andy Detwiler at bcprsouthathletics@breva r dcounty.us. In y our reply, please provide which night you are interested in playing, team contact with phone and email, along with team name if you have one. The leagues will start M onday, Sept. 12. F or more information, call (321) 952-3215.TUESDAY, SEPT. 6 Grandparents raising grandchildren: 10 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 8. Club Esteem, 3316 S. Monr oe St., Melbourne. Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group meeting is at 10 a.m.at Club Esteem inMelbourne. F or information or emergency assistance, please call (321) 631-7776. 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 20. The Monroe Center, 705 B lake Ave., Bldg. D (next to DCF office), Cocoa. Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group meeting is at9:30 a.m. F or information or emergency assistance, please call (321) 631-7776. Square dance classes offered in Melbourne: 6:408:40 p.m. Tuesdays, starting S ept. 6. POW/MIA Community Building, 5995 North U.S. Highway 1, Melbourne. Br evard County Parks and R ecreation is now offering square dancing classes on T uesday evenings from at the POW/MIA Community B uilding, located at 5995 No r th U.S. Highway 1 in M elbourne. The fee is $5 per class for adults, or $2.50 per class for children younger than 16. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Families are welcome, with discounted rates. D ick Lee is an accredited caller/instructor, and has been involved in square dancing for 25 years. Pr e-registration is r equired, and space is limited. C all (321) 433-3098 for more information or to register. Volunteers needed: M elbourne police are curr ently looking for residents to be a part of the Volunteer Citizens Observance Patrol. A pplications are now being accepted for the VC OP training class. The training involves 40 hours of training, scheduled to start Sept. 13. The training process includes instruction on observation techniques, police procedures, traffic control, safe driving techniques and basic law enforcement rules and regulations. A pplicants must have a v alid Florida driver's license, complete a background check and be willing to volunteer at least 12 hours a month. Mi nimum age requirements is 21 years of age. M ost of the V-COPs are r etired seniors. Those interested should contact volunteer coordinator Jane Meier at (321) 4093362 or at jmeier@melbourneflorida.org. A pplications are available online at www.melbourneflorida.org/police, at the police station located at 650 N. Apollo Blvd. in Melbourne or at the community r elations office located in M elbourne Square Mall, across from Macy's.WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7 Foundation seeks mentors for students: 9-11 a.m. W ednesday, Sept. 7 and T uesday, Oct. 11. Brevard C ounty School's Educational Services Facility, 2700 J udge Fran Jamieson Way, V iera. The Brevard Schools F oundation's "Take Stock in Children Program" will be hosting training sessions for people interested in investing one hour a week as a mentor to help send Brevard P ublic Schools' students to college or vocational school. M entor training takes only two hours and will be held at the Educational Services F acility in Viera. I ndividuals who are interested in volunteering as a mentor or learning about "T ake Stock in Children" are invited to attend. R eservations are required, as seating is limited. P lease call (321) 633-1000, Ex t. 415 to reserve a seat. Federated Republican monthly luncheon meeting: 11 a.m. Wednesday, S ept 7. Holiday Inn (formerly Imperials Hotel), 8298 N. F riday, September 2, 2011 B4 MelbourneHometown News 670127 Cash $$$ BINGO DAILY3:00 pm* 7:30 pm**Rules & restrictions apply. UNDERNEWMANAGEMENT UNDERNEWMANAGEMENT $500 $500MATCHPLAY MATCHPLAY* New Members Only 1 Coupon Per PersonBRINGINTHISCOUPON & RECEIVE Adult Gaming Experience4270 Minton Rd.Ste.#116 (Behind Longdoggers & Walgreens)Minton & Palm Bay Road 321-327-2992NEWSTAFFF un &Friendly!Melissa (formerly SevenSeas)Sandi (formerly Starlight)J oin Us Saturday, September 3rd for Entertainment, Promotions,A Buffet and More!LAPTOPGIVEAWAY!(See attendant for details) C OOL FROZEN DRINKS € WINE & BEERLIVE MUSIC WEEKENDS …………………… Indoor/Outdoor Dining ……………………€ Open 6 Days € Lunch & Dinner S eating: 11am 10pm Tue-Sat € 11am 9pm Sun € CLOSED MONDAYI ntracoastal m.m. 101 € www.BonefishWillys.net 2459 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne € 321-253-8888 Carryouts A vailable Every Sunday All Day Whole Maine Lobster, Clam & Mussel Boil Whole Maine Lobster, Clam, Shrimp & Mussel Boil 672380Carryouts A vailable 672221 672220321-724-1741 € Great Food€ Raffle Sales€ Live Music€ Crafts€ Kids Games€ Rock ClimbingSponsors: Subaru of Palm Bay, Hynes Properties, Courtyard by Marriott, WMEL-AM 920, Melbourne International Airport, the City of Melbourne, Matthew Bronson Century 21, Satellite Beach Lions Club, The Groove Smooth Jazz Radio GREATFAMILY ENTERTAINMENTFRIDAYSEPTEMBER9, 2011 DANCININTHESTREETS! DANCININTHESTREETS! FREE P ARKING FREE P ARKINGEXTENDED HOURS 6… 10 pm EXTENDED HOURS 6… 10 pm One Lb. Fried Fish, Fries & Cole Slaw Dine In or Take Out Mon. thru Weds$6.95Every Day$12951600 S. Wickham Rd., Melbourne409-8217 Now Open 7 Days A Week € 11:00am 10:00pmFresh New England Seafood Fried Haddock, Fried Cod, Fried Shrimp, IPSWICH CLAMS, Chicken Picatta over LinguiniEvery Weekend Enjoy the patioSun € Mon € Tues95¢Draft Beer T uesday $795 Baked Ziti or LasagnaCRISPY WRAPS€ MEDITERRANEAN € CUCUMBER WITH W ASABI SAUCE € CHICKEN TINGA FRESH SALADS MADE DAIL Y TRYOUR CAESAR SALAD OR SHRIMP SALAD 672281 ThursdayLOBSTER ROLLS STEAMED MAINE LIVE LOBSTER Kids Eat Free PizzaMon & Tues 1 Slice with Adult EntreeW ednesday Family Night All-You-Can-Eat Pasta & Sauce 1st order includes meatballs or sausage.$6.95 Dine-In OnlyMonday thru W ednesday 21 Hand Breaded Shrimp$11.95 V oted Brevard County's "Best Restaurant with a Waterview"259.31011477 Pineapple Ave. € Melbourne € www.squidlipsgrill.comSun Thurs 11am 10pm Fri & Sat 11am -Midnight(321)Oak-Grilled Seafood, Steaks, Chicken & More!W ith Coupon € Expires 1/31/2011with Purchase of 2 EntrŽes Live EntertainmentFriday & Saturday 2-11 Sunday 2-7 Happy HourSat & Sun 2-5 M-F 3-7 Happy Hour Specials$3.99 Margaritas $1.79 Drafts and More!$10OFFANY PURCHASE OF $30 OR MORE WITH COUPON. CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH ANY OTHER OFFERS € EXPIRES 9/16/11672278 DINING & ENTERTAINMENTCalendarF rom page B26050 S. Babcock St. S.E., P alm Bay. C all (321) 7277004. Spanky's Pub: Ka r aoke J ones plays at 9 p.m. Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Spanky's is at 140 N. B anana River Drive, Merritt I sland. C all (321) 453-0674. Squid Lips: Mo Geetz will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. Johnny D anger will play 2-6 p.m., and All About Nothing will play 7-11 p.m. Saturday. Ja mes McMullin will play 2-7 p .m., and Johnny Danger will play 5-9 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: Open mic with Walter Jay and Texas Fl ood will run 7-11 p.m. Thursday. Steagles Pub is at 1395 Cypress Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 757-8550. 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: 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 v enue listed in the Club Scene,send your calendar to brevnews@hometownnewsOL.com.SceneF rom page B3 See CALENDAR, B6 YOUR LOCAL NEWS & INFORMATION SOURCE

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E-books at Brevard County librariesThe Brevard County Library System's services have expanded with the addition of eBooks and audio books available to download for free from the library system's website. Br evard County library card holders will now be able to check out and download digital media 24 hours a day, seven days a week from anywhere, by visiting www.brev.org. U sers may browse the library's website, check out with a valid library card, and download to PC, Mac, and many mobile devices. U sers will need to install free software, depending on their device. T itles can be enjoyed immediately via iPhone or iPad, or transferred to a variety of devices, including iPod, Sony Reader and many others. S ome audio titles can also be burned to CD to listen on-the-go. T itles will automatically expire at the end of the 14day lending period, so there are no late fees. The number of eBooks that can be checked out at one time is limited to three per patron. F or more information,call (321) 633-1801 or e-mail catherine.schweinsberg@br evardcounty.us.Five Guys Burgers & F ries donates $1,175 to Sea Turtle Preservation SocietyThe Bengel's Burgers Five G uys Burgers & Fries franchise has continued its community outreach by donating $1,175 to the Sea Turtle Pr eservation Society. Fi ve Guys made a pledge at the beginning of the Brevard M anatees' season to donate $5 for every strike-out to the society. The Manatees have 235 strike outs which brought the donation to $1,175. The check was presented Friday, A ug. 19 before the Manatees game. The Bengel's Burgers Five G uys franchise has 16 locations in Orange, Osceola, V olusia and Brevard Counties and employs nearly 400 people across Central Florida. The franchise has donated more than $30,000 to the S econd Harvest Food Bank since 2009. They also regularly support various schools, churches and nonprofit organizations. F or more information, visit www.fiveguys.com. F or more information about the Manatees, visit www.manateesbaseball.com. F or more information about the Sea Turtle Preserv ation Society, visit www.seaturtlespacecoast.org/.Central Brevard Humane Society receives fundsThe Central Brevard H umane Society has received funds from two bequests managed by the Community F oundation of Brevard, totaling more than $6,440, to provide for the homeless animals of Brevard. The funds were issued through the F. Turner Munsell Fund, in the amount of $3,210, and the Inge-Britt A dlerstein Animal Rescue F und, in the amount of $3,230. F unds from the Munsell F und are designated specifically for the sterilization of dogs to offset the thousands of dollars spent each month by the Central Brevard H umane Society to spay and neuter shelter animals. F unds from the Alderstein Animal Rescue Fund were designated to provide food, shelter, veterinary care treatment for abused or abandoned animals, and to promote adoption and humane treatment of animals. F or more information,call (321) 636-3343 or visit www.crittersavers.com.Partners in Compassionate Care' volunteer trainingH ospice of St. Francis is seeking caring people who would like to become volunteers. Volunteers provide assistance in many different ways, including making friendly visits to hospice patients, providing respite care for homebound patients, running errands and performing many other services. No previous experience is needed. Training is provided at no cost to the participants. V olunteer positions are available throughout Brevard C ounty. A new training class will begin on Monday, Oct. 3. The class will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to noon for three weeks at H ospice of St. Francis Melbourne Office, 4875 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. F or more information and(AU (AU NT J NT J U U N N E'S IT E'S IT ALIAN S ALIAN S E E S S AM AM E E S S E E E E D C D C O O O O KI KI E E S, N S, N I I B) B) regular and sugar free, 6 dozen regular and sugar free, 6 dozenMy A unt June was a diabetic and found this recipe worked well with a sugar substitute. 4 cups sifted flour 1 cup sugar or equivalent substitute 1 tablespoon baking powder 1/4-teaspoon salt 1 cup shortening 2 eggs, slightly beaten 1/2-cup milk S esame seeds* In a mixing bowl, sift together flour, sugar or substitute, baking powder and salt. Cut in shortening with a pastry blender or an electric mixer on low speed until mixture r esemblescoarse corn meal. Add eggs, mix w ell. Add milk 1 tablespoon at a time. Mix together until smooth and pliable. Br eak dough into small pieces, (they grow). Roll each piece between palms of hands until about 1-1/2 inches long. Roll in sesame seeds. Place on parchment lined cookie sheet about 3/4 inch apart. Flatten cookies slightly. Bake at 375-degrees, 12-15 minutes until lightly browned. *Buy sesame seeds in a health foods store, y ou get a lot more for a lot less. When a recipe is not in my cookbook it will have (NIB) next to the title. F or information about my cookbook,visit my website: www.romancingthestove.net. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 2, 2011 Melbourne B5 758153 758157 670394CLOCKMAKER CLOCKMAKERWEDOHOUSECALLS!Clock & Watch Repair Center € Watch Batteries Installed727-0640 € 536-4284Appointments Available 238 S. Wickham Rd. € Melbourne M-F 9-5 Sat. 9-2 30 Y ears! $3000OFFANY CLOCK REPAIRSwith coupon € Exp. 9/16/11Labor Day Special! Ad Sponsored by 672226 Community notesSee NOTES, B6RomancingF rom page B3

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Wi ckham Road, Melbourne. The Melbourne Area F ederated Republican W omen will hold its September meeting at The H oliday Inn on Wednesday, Sept. 7. The program will be a presentation on community redevelopment agencies. Are they taking property taxes out of the general fund for uses other than those legislated? Da ve Pasley, a retired IBM executive and active member of the Brevard Fo cus Group, will show facts and figures about the C ommunity Redevelopment Area activity. The room opens at 11 a.m. with social networking. The speaker and program begins at 11:30 a.m. R eservations are necessary by Sept.5 to select luncheon choice. All Republican women to register for the volunteer training classes,please call V icky Hamilton,volunteer coordinator,at (321) 2694240 or (866) 269-4240 (toll free). H ospice of St. Francis is a local, non-sectarian, nonprofit organization. F or more information, visit www.hospiceofstfrancis.com.Jess Parrish Medical Foundation receives gift J ess Parrish Medical Foundation announced a $100,000 gift from Sodexo H ealth Care for the expansion of the Sodexo Room at P arrish Medical Center. The gift will fund the addition of a recognition gallery. Earlier this year, the foundation announced a $350,000 gift from Sodexo to fund "Carey's Guest House," which will provide lodging/overnight stays for visitors with a hospitalized family member who wish to stay close to Parrish Medical C enter. The new commitment makes Sodexo's total gifts and pledges more than $750,000. F or more information about J ess Parrish Medical Foundation,call (321) 269-4066 or visit parrishmedfoundation.com. F or more information about Sodexo,visit www.sodexoUSA.com. Home Instead Senior Care disaster safety preparation checklistO lder adults may be among the most vulnerable victims when hurricanes strike. That's why Home Instead Se nior Care has issued a disaster safety preparation checklist to help prepare seniors for the possibility of w eather emergencies. Ho me Instead Senior Care's D isaster Prep Checklist For Se niors: Tune in. Contact the local emergency management office. Stay abreast of what's going on through your local r adio or television. Take stock. Decide what y our senior can or can't do in the event of a natural disaster. Make a list of what would be needed. To go or to stay? When deciding to evacuate, older adults should go sooner r ather than later. Make a plan. Schedule a family meeting to develop a plan of action. Include in y our plan key people, such as neighbors, friends, relatives and professional care. More than one way out. S eniors should develop at least two escape routes: one to evacuate their home and one to evacuate their community. Meet up. Designate a place to meet relatives or key support network people outside the house, as well as a second location outside the neighborhood. Get up and "Go Kit." Have an easy-to-carry backpack including three days nonperishable food and water with an additional four days of food and water readily accessible at home. Have at least one gallon of bottled water per person per day. Pack extras and copies. Ha ve at least a one-month supply of medication on hand at all times. Make ready other important documents in a waterproof protector. Your contact list. Compile a contact list and include people on a senior's support network as well as doctors and other important healthcare professionals. If you can't be there. If yo u' re not living close by to help your loved one, enlist the help of family or friends, or contact a professional caregiving company. F or more information about disaster preparedness,call H ome Instead Senior Care at (772) 205-3900,or visit www.homeinstead.com. 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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. F or reservations and information, call (321) 727-1212. F or more information,visit www.melbournegopwomen.org. Low-impact aerobics, ab-workout & zumba classes offered: W ednesdays and Fr idays. Br evard County Parks and R ecreation is now offering low-impact aerobics and body toning classes in West M elbourne and ab-workout and zumba classes in West M elbourne and Micco. The low-impact aerobics classes are held on Wednesdays and Fridays from 1 to 2 p .m. at the Rodes Park Community Center. To pre-register for the class or for more information, call (321)266-5102. Z umba Fitness classes are held on Monday and Friday evenings from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Rodes Park Community C enter. The cost is $8 per class. M onthly rates are also available. The Rodes Park Community Center is located inside the new Max K. Rodes Park, 3410 Flanagan Ave., West M elbourne. A b-Workout classes are held on Fridays from 9:30 to 10 a.m. at South Mainland C ommunity Center, and Z umba classes are held 1011 a.m. on Fridays and 6:307:30 p.m. on Wednesdays at the center, located at 3700 Allen Avenue in Micco. The fee is $2 per class for ab-workout and $5 per class for Zumba with monthly r ates available. F or more information or to pre-register, please call S outh Mainland Community Center at (772) 663-8748. Storytime with Miss Sarah': 11 a.m. Wednesday, S ept. 7. Barnes & Noble, 1955 W. New Haven Ave., We st Melbourne. T ales for Tots is every W ednesday morning. Each week a new and unique children's book with fun activities is highlighted. This week's selection is Little Mouse's Big Secret" by Eric Battut. Age group is infant through preschool. F or more information, call (321) 726-8817 or e-mail crm2834@bn.com. Brevard County Legislative Delegation to meet: 3 p .m. Wednesday, Sept. 7. Br evard County Commission chambers, 2725 Judge Fr an Jamieson Way (Building C), Viera. S tate Representative Ritch Wo r kman, chairman of the Br evard County Legislative D elegation, has announced that the delegation will meet on Wednesday, Sept. 7 at 3 p .m. The meeting will be held in the Brevard County Commission chambers, 2725 Judge Fran Jamieson W ay (Building C) in Viera. The primary purpose of this meeting is to consider local issues to be presented before the Legislature in 2012. This is the only scheduled meeting of the delegation prior to the 2012 Legislative Se ssion, which begins on J an. 10. Anyone wishing to be placed on the meeting agenda should contact Bethany I liff in Representative Workman's Office in writing, at 33 S untree Place, Suite D, Melbourne, FL 32940 by mail; B ethany.Iliff@myfloridahouse.gov by e-mail; or (321) 757-7021 by fax. T elephone inquiries may be directed to Representative Workman's office at (321) 757-7019.THURSDAY, SEPT. 8 Visiting Nurses offering no-cost blood pressure screenings: The Visiting Nurse Association is offering the following no-cost blood pressure screenings: Thursday, Sept. 8 (BP/BS) 8:30-10 a.m. Ascension M anor, 2960 Pineapple Ave., M elbourne Tuesday, Sept. 13 (BP) 10:30 a.m. to noon. Wickham Senior Center, 2785 Leisure Way, Melbourne Thursday, Sept. 15 (BP) 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Daily Br ead, 815 East Ave, Melbourne Tuesday, Sept. 20 (BP) 10:00 a.m. to noon. Sunflower House, Merritt Square Mall, Suite 201, 777 E. Merritt Island Causeway, M erritt Island F or more information about VNA services, call (772) 567-5551 or visit www.vnatc.com. Diabetes workshop: 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 8. Lake In the Woods", 333 Lake in the Woods Drive, M elbourne The Foundation for Wellness Professionals, a national nonprofit 501C-3 organization of volunteer healthcare professionals, has announced the next in the series of workshops by volunteer Dr. Sal Martingano. On Thursday, Sept. 8 at 10::30 a.m., Dr Martingano will present: "How to Prevent, Control or Eliminate Ty pe II Diabetes," free in the meeting room at "Lake In the Woods" on Woods Drive in Melbourne. The Foundation will provide complimentary r efreshments. Seating is limited. Dr Martingano is a chiropractic physician serving the Brevard community since 1986. H is office, The Family Center for Chiropractic & Wellness Center, is located at 1320 Palm Bay Road. F or more information, call (321) 729-9430. Family caregiver classes offered at Sunflower House in Merritt Island: 1-3 p.m. Thursdays, Sept 8, 15, 22 and 29. Sunflower House, 777 E. Merritt Island Causeway, Merritt Island Mall, M erritt Island. The Sunflower House, along with the East Central F lorida Memory Disorder Clinic, is offering a free fourpart family caregiver education series taught by Patricia D eAngelis, RN. The classes will be held at the Sunflower House on Thursdays in September. T opics will include "U nderstanding Dementia B ehavior as the Disease Progresses," "Caring for the Ca r egiver and Communication Techniques," "Prevention of Falls and Injuries" and "Observing and Reporting Medical Health Conditions." Sen ior Care of Brevard and A dult Day Care on Merritt I sland will provide reduced r ate day care at their facilities for loved ones during the presentations. To r egister or for more information, please call (321) 452-4341. Learn the ABCDs of M edicare: 1 p.m. Thursday, S ept. 8. One Senior Place, 8085 Spyglass Hill Road, V iera. Learn more about M edicare at an informative presentation by experts from Health First Plans. This is not a sales meeting, but is an educational presentation to explain the ABCDs of Medicare. This event is only for educational purposes, and no plan-specific benefits or details will be shared. 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Opening Reception, 100% Pure' exhibitionThe Fifth Avenue Art G allery invites you to the opening of the exhibit,"100% Pure Florida 2011" juried exhibition. Artists from all over the state entered this competition, and winners are chosen by a panel from the gallery. The show is always an eclectic montage, highlighting the various talented artists who live throughout the state. W inners in years past have come from as far away as St. Augustine and M iami. V isit with the artists as y ou peruse the artwork and enjoy light refreshments. The reception is 5:30-8 p .m. Friday, Sept. 2. It is free and open to the public. Afterward, continue your stroll down the street to enjoy dinner and other shops, galleries as well as the museum in beautiful Eau Gallie. The exhibition runs through Friday, Sept. 30. The Fifth Avenue Art G allery is at 1470 Highland Av e ., Melbourne. F or more information, call (321) 259-8261 or visit www.fifthavenueartgallery.com. Auditions for Chicago, the Music al'The Titusville Playhouse has announced auditions for "Chicago, the Musical. Chicago, the Musical" is being presented by special arrangement with Samuel Fr ench Inc., New York City. A udition dates and times are Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 6-7, at 6:30 p.m. All auditioning for roles are encouraged to bring appropriate dancewear and dance shoes. Ev eryone will be taught a dance routine for the audition. No experience is necessary. No prepared song or dance routine is necessary. All auditioning will be taught part of a song from the show for the audition. The show dates are Nov. 4-20, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays and the last Saturday, Nov. 19, at 2 p.m. The show may hold over an extra week. W ith six Tony Awards, Chicago" has thrilled audiences all over the world. No w Broadway's killer musical comes to the Historic Emma Parrish Theater. This torrid tale of fame, seduction, murder and all that jazz is set against the glitzy backdrop of the "R oaring 20s." The Titusville Playhouse is at 301 Julia St., Titusville. F or more information, call (321) 268-1125 or visit www.Titusvilleplayhouse.c om. Rehearsals start for Community ChorusThe Brevard Community Chorus will begin rehearsing for its holiday program and the 2011-12 performing season at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 6, in Room 160, B uilding 9, on the Melbourne campus of Brevard Co mmunity College on W ickham Road in Melbourne. "P ain-free" auditions will be held over several weeks following the first rehearsal on Sept. 6. P ast singing experience is required and the ability to read music proficiently is highly desired. D avid Vogeding, best known for his conducting of the Indialantic Chamber S ingers, will be directing the chorus for the 2011-12 season, while Robert Lamb takes a year-long sabbatical from the group. C all (321) 426-5833 for more information.Titusville Playhouse presents Woman F rom the Sea'"W oman From the Sea" is a touching family drama that tells the story of a y oung woman named Ellida w ho is tor n between the dangerous lure of a myster ious stranger from her y outh and the solid comfort of marriage and family. As stepdaughter Bolette chooses between life as muse or married lady, y ounger sister Hilda tries to make sense of the tortured life of grownups. B ut what about Father? W ill Ellida be the wife she should be?Or will the sea ov ercome her? The performance, presented by permission from the playwright, Spence Po r ter, based on a play by H enrik Ibsen and directed by J anet Bentley-Hallberg, is rated G. Pe r formance dates and times are: Fridays and Saturdays, Sept. 9, 10, 16 and 17 at 8 p.m. and Sundays, S ept. 11 and 18 at 2 p.m. Bo x office opens 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday through Fr iday and one hour before show times. The Titusville Playhouse is at 301 Julia St., Titusville. F or information and tickets,call (321) 268-1125 and (321) 268-3711 or visit www.Titusvilleplayhouse.c om.Classic Rock n' Roll Art & Photography ExhibitionAnother Classic Rock n' R oll Art & Photography E xhibition featuring the artworks of "Java" John Goldacker will be through Fr iday, Sept. 9 at the King C enter of the Performing Arts lobby, 3865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. F or more information, call (321) 394-6110,e-mail javahnagila@hotmail.com or visit www.sirenband.com or www.helpleetritt.com.Bob Ross painting class offered at Community CenterBr evard County Parks and Recreation will offer a B ob Ross painting class on S aturday, Sept. 10 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Rodes Pa rk Co mmunity Center. The center is located inside the new Max K. R odes Park, 3410 Flanagan Av e. in West Melbourne. The class is taught by certified instructor Barry Tr axler at a cost of $40, plus $10 for supplies. The Bob Ross wet-on-wet technique allows students to leave every class with a complete, ready-to-frame painting. The late Bob Ross was host of the public television series "The Joy of P ainting," which ran from 1983 to 1995 and still appears in reruns in many broadcast areas. Du r ing each half-hour segment, Mr. Ross would instruct viewers in the art of oil painting using a quick study oil painting technique that kept colors to a minimum and broke paintings down into simple steps that anyone could follow. To pre-register for the class or for more information,contact Barry at (321) 984-0436 or call the Rodes Pa rk Community Center at (321) 952-3215.Art Gallery of Viera Paper Painting' collage workshop Learn the colorful art of collage from Orlando artist Elizabeth St. Hilaire Nelson. S he has won first place in The "Artist's Magazine" all media contest, first place at the Fifth Avenue Gallery's 100 Percent Pure Florida show, and has been featured in "Orlando Arts" magazine, "Winter Park" magazine, "Cloth Paper Scissors" magazine and Orlando" magazine. She also appeared on the "G ro wing Bolder" television show. In this intensive workshop, students will be taught a unique figurative collage technique. Wo r king with photo references, students will explore drawing, composition, proportion, value, color and collage application. No prior collage experience is necessary. Some painting would be helpful, but not imperative. The workshop is Sept. 1011, and the cost is $180. The workshop will be at the Art Gallery of Viera at The Avenue, 2271 Towncenter Ave., Suite 101, S pace 400, Viera. To r egister,e-mail BobbiQBrown@hotmail.com or call the Art Gallery of Viera at (321) 504-4343. S ee her work at www.nelsoncreative.com/gallery.Creative cardmaking workshopsCr eative cards and gift making classes have been continues for 1:30-3:30 p.m. M ondays, Sept. 12 and 26 at the Art Gallery of Viera. C ost is $12, which includes all superior quality tools and materials. I nstructor is Ree Nathan, who is experienced in fiber arts, stained glass, and is r ecently retired after teaching choral music in Brevard schools for 34 years. Ms. Nathan has been teaching card-making, scrapbooking and gift-making techniques for the past four years. The Art Gallery of Viera is at Art Gallery of Viera, 2271 To wn Center Ave., Space 400, Viera. F or more information,call (321) 961-2350,(321) 5044343 or e-mail r eenathan@bellsouth.net artgallerycards.blogspot.co m Adult acrylic painting classes Enjoy some "me time" experimenting with acrylics! E xpress yourself creatively and complete a painting that is uniquely yours. There is no mandatory painting to follow. Bring a photo of what you'd like to paint. S tep by step, individual instruction and feedback are covered. All skill levels are welcomed, especially beginners. C ost is $25 per class and includes everything. Just show up. (Cost is $20 if bring your own materials.) Classes are Monday mornings, 9 a.m. to noon at the Art Gallery of Viera, starting Sept. 12, and Friday evenings, 4:30-7:30 p.m. at the Hobby Lobby in Viera starting Sept. 16. The Art Gallery of Viera is at 2271 Towncenter Ave., S uite 101, Space 400, Viera. The Viera Hobby Lobby is at 7201 Shoppes Drive, S uite 101, Viera. F or more information,call Chelly Harkness at (321) 432-5414,or e-mail ChellyHa r kness@hotmail.com. Original artwork displayed at Viera Government CenterV iew a collection of S pace Coast resident Jessie S ibert's paintings at the V iera Government Center. H is large body of artwork is increasing daily and filling his studio. Fo r a limited time, Jesse S ibert is offering quality, original artwork at affordable prices. H is creations will be displayed on all three floors of Building C in the Government Center, Viera, through Thursday, Sept. 15. To purchase paintings, call Lynne Brezina at (321) 690-6817 or visit her in Bu ilding C on the third floor. Ar tists and area businesses interested in participating in the Art in Public P laces Program can contact L ynne Brezina at (321) 6906817 or e-mail lynne.brezina@artsbrevard.org.Ikebana classAn introductory class for I kebana Japanese flower arranging will be for six we eks on Wednesdays, 10 a.m. to noon, starting Sept. 21 at the Eau Gallie Public Library, 1521 Pineapple Av e ., Melbourne. C ost is $50, with flowers included. F or more information, call (321) 779-5225.Opening of the 60th anniversary theatre seasonM elbourne Civic Theatre announces the opening of the 60th anniversary season with "Leading Ladies," by K en Ludwig, directed by: P eg Girard. S et in the 1950s, two English Shakespearean actors, J ack and Leo, find their careers in a rut. They are currently performing "Scenes from S hakespeare" on the Moose Lodge circuit in the Amish country of Pennsylvania. How ever, when they hear that an old lady in York, P enn., is about to die and leave her fortune to her two long-lost English nephews, they resolve to pass themselves off as her beloved relatives and get the cash. H ilarity ensues when it turns out the relatives are actually nieces, not nephews. Things get even more complicated when Leo falls madly in love with the old lady's vivacious niece, who's engaged to the local minister. It's a farce. T here is no deep meaning here, no drama, just fun. Come and laugh. It's good for you. The cast includes: Adrian C ahill as Leo, Alfie Silva as J ack, Holly McFarland as M eg, Kelsie Curry as Audrey, S teve Costner as Butch, Bill Ca r ter as Doc, James Prosser as Duncan and Donna Furfar o as Florence. The show is directed by P eg Girard, set designer is Ga ry P ostlethwait, technical director & light designer is Alan Selby and sound designer is Wendy Reader. Sh ow dates are through S unday, Sept. 25, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m., and S undays at 2 p.m. The Melbourne Civic Theatre, LeGallerie Plaza, is at 817 E. Strawbridge Ave. in M elbourne. F or more information or tickets,call the box office at (321) 723-6935. F riday, September 2, 2011 B8 MelbourneHometown News 675854 SPECIAL VISITOR RATES AV AILABLE AT: 772828-4100D o n  t M i s s t h e F o r t P i e r c e D o w n t o w n F A R M E R  S M A R K E T !S a t u r d a y 8 a m 1 2 n o o n Y E A R R O U N D . r a i n o r s h i n e !Come to the Market...It's a Saturday Morning Tradition!!! A true Green Market featuring various produce vendors including organic, hydroponics, and local farmers; citrus products, tropical plants, herbs, oils & soaps, jams & jellies, baked goods, breakfast sandwiches, coffees & teas, and much more! 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( Editor's note: If the information below is incorrect or no longer valid,please contact Hometown News at (321) 242-1013.) Adult Children Caring for Parents: 5:30-6:30 p.m. first Thursdays. 4676 N. W ickham Road, Melbourne. C all (321) 253-4430. All Caregivers support group: 1-2:30 p.m. Thursdays. Brevard Alzheimer's F oundation, 4676 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. C all (321) 253-4430. Care for the Caregiver: 2-3:30 p.m. Tuesdays. One S enior Place, 8085 Spyglass H ill Road, Viera. C all (321) 752-2534,or visit www.oneseniorplace.com. Caregiver support groups: 10:30-11:30 Tuesdays and 11:00 a.m. to noon Thursdays. Leeza's Place, 3661 S. Babcock St., Melbourne. C all (321) 9517118. Compassionate Friends: 7 p.m. third Tuesdays. C ourtyard by Marriott, 2101 W. N ew Haven Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 6107875. Dementia care tutorials: 3-5 p.m. third Thursdays. Br evard Alzheimer's Foundation, 4676 N. Wickham R oad, Melbourne. C all (321) 253-4430. Divorce Recovery: 7-9 p .m. Tuesdays. East Minster Pr esbyterian Church, 109 N. Riverside Ave., Indialantic. C all (321) 302-0717 or visit www.divorceandrecovery.o rg. Family Memories: 1:303:30 Thursdays. Leeza's P lace, 3661 S. Babcock St., M elbourne. C all (321) 9517118. Fibromyalgia support group: 11:30 a.m. third Tu esdays. Meets for lunch at various restaurants in the M elbourne area. C all (321) 729-9563. Friend of Friends support group: 7 p.m. first T uesdays. Holmes Regional M edical Center Cancer Program Office, 1350 S. Hickory S t., Melbourne. C all (321) 434-8615. Good Grief Breakfast Club: 9-10:30 a.m. first and third Thursdays. Bob Evans R estaurant, 895 Palm Bay R oad, West Melbourne. C all (321) 751-6671. Legacy Harbor Caregiver support group: 10-11:30 a.m. second and fourth Thursday. One Senior Place, 8085 Spyglass Hill Road, V iera. C all (321) 253-6320. Live Life Now: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. fourth Tuesdays. H olmes Regional Medical C enter Cancer Program www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 2, 2011 Melbourne B9 675853Answers located in Classified Section 672214Locator Line. Shopping Line321.727.8062 504-7776$997032 Stadium Pkwy, V iera€ R eceive the bestgreen fee pricing year roundGUARANTEED up to 20% off! € USGAAnnual Handicap Service € A utomatic access to Durans Loyalty Reward Program € Complimentary size upgrade on range balls OR $100 off annual range membership € Much, Much More!Annual Crown Card Program $250 ww.durangolf.com672204 SingleNOW!Crown Card ProgramThe Most Exceptional Value in Golf!Durans Crown ClubAnnual MembershipJust Reduced! Just Reduced! As I write this, I am breathing a huge sigh of relief. Hurricane Ir ene is skirting our coast, some 180 miles to the east and moving away. Unfortunately, our good luck will likely prove to be someone else's bad luck. While watching Irene's progress over the past several days, I began to formulate my plan to protect my family and home. I also thought about what goes in to r eadying a golf course for a storm. With your average golf course taking up about 150 acres of land, there has to be a lot involved in preparing for an event such as Irene. I called a few course superintendents and got an idea of the mind-numbing scope of such a task. A golf course presents a myriad of objects for a storm to blow around and destroy. There are flags, ball washers, water coolers, trash cans, signs and lots of trees. Any of these things can become deadly projectiles in hurricane-force winds. While many people enjoy living on a golf course, they don't want a tee sign crashing through a window or into their car or the side of their home. At H ammock Creek Golf Club in Palm City, there has been a plan in place for over a decade. It's been put into motion before and if Irene had been more of a threat there, it would have been again. All the flags, ball washers, r akes, signs, etc. will be brought in and stored in the cart barn, maintenance building or the clubhouse. The equipment will be gassed up and the fuel tanks on-site will be topped off. The golf carts will be put on to charge so that they have full power when they are needed after the storm. Golf carts become a great way to get around should y ou need to save fuel in your cars and trucks. As soon as the course is secure, the staff will be sent home so that they have plenty of time to prepare their own homes for the storm. One item that I didn't think of was the rope and stakes that are usually put out to direct golf cart traffic on certain areas of holes. Having these flying through the air to be wrapped around whoknows-what is not a pleasant thought. There are also portable toilets on some courses that need to be brought in. While these may come in handy should potable water and sewers not be flowing in the days after a storm, they become a large missile when winds reach high speeds. S ome courses have more than just the golf course and clubhouse to worry about. M any have pools and tennis courts as part of the facility. At the PGA Country Club in S t. Lucie West, the staff will sink all of the pool furniture in the pool itself. Windscreens and nets will be r emoved from the tennis courts. In addition to all the wind damage that comes with a hurricane, you also have a tremendous amount of rain, which means flooding. Golf courses are designed to drain w ell and have ponds and lakes to store the water. H opefully, the lakes will be able to handle theextra work. Once the storm has passed, the courses' staff will survey the damage. Chain saws will be cranked up to r emove felled trees and other debris. Insurance companies will be contacted, but everyone realizes that the course comes second to people's homes. Getting the course back up and running will be secondary to helping out those in need. Golf course owners and workers consider themselves part of their communities and would most definitely lend a hand to their neighbors who need help with cleanup or damage. I'm thankful that I didn't have to trade my driver and putter for a hammer and nails this week. I only wish that our good luck didn't mean that others have to suffer. When it comes to storms such as Irene, r emember that your safety and that of your family is worth far more than anything else in this world. The r est is just stuff. Ja mes Stammer has been an avid golfer and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years. He hosts the Thursday Night G olf Show on WSTU 1450AM.Contact him at stammergolf@yahoo.com. It takes a lot of work to prepare golf courses for hurricanes GOLFJAMES STAM MER Support Groups 672216 See SUPPORT, B10

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Looking for something to do this Labor Day weekend? H ead to the Cocoa Beach Pier on Fr iday, Sept. 2, through Monday, S ept. 5, to enjoy surfing festivities and raise funds to benefit the N ational Kidney Foundation. The 26th Annual NKF PRO-AM Sur fing Festival, presented by Ron J on Surf Shop, will feature professional and amateur surfing competitions and a variety of activities for the family. The surf competition begins on S aturday and includes events at professional and amateur levels. Sur fers will compete throughout the weekend and fight the waves in the finals on Monday. A six-star world tandem surfing competition will take place on Saturday and S unday, offering the highest designation that a tandem surfing festiv al can achieve, according to the C ocoa Beach Piers website. The $8,000 tandem event is very attractive and unusual, said Rich S alick, the events organizer. The festival will also feature a family-friendly swimsuit competition, bands and other entertainment. Ron Jon Surf School will give free surf lessons to those interested in learning the sport. O ne of the highlights will be B lake Adams, a 5-year-old on dialysis waiting for a transplant. He will get his first surf lesson, Mr. Salick said. Another major component of the w eekend is Taste of Brevard, an event that allows attendees to sample food from local restaurants and participate in a silent auction. S ponsored by Regions Bank, Taste of Brevard will generate proceeds to benefit the National Kidney Foundation. Last years event raised more than $100,000 for the National Kidney Foundation, Mr. Salick said. Rich Salick is a world-class professional surfer and was diagnosed with kidney failure in 1973. H is brother, Phil, who helps organize the event, supplied Rich with a kidney, allowing the two to bring awareness to the disease through the surf festivals every year. F or more information about the 26th Annual NKF PRO-AM Surfing F estival,visit www.nkfsurf.com.Labor Day weekend surf festival fights kidney disease MELBOURNE Spend any time surfing the Web and you are bound to find stories that are just too bizarre to be true. Heres a sampling, edited for length. Remember, just because its online doesnt mean its true! Fr om centredaily.com : P olice:Newlyweds shoplifted reception food A couple of Pennsylvania newlyweds are behind bars after police say they were caught shoplifting food from a supermarket for their wedding reception. The Centre Daily Times r eports 32-year-old Arthur P hillips III and his bride, 22-year-old Brittany Lurch, we re arrested after taking more than $1,000 in PREPARE GOLF COUR SESKnow what goes into preparing a golf course for a storm. P ageB9 INSIDE ENTERTAINMENTB1 INDEXNEW GIGCalendarB2 ClassifiedB10 Club SceneB1 Crossword B9 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Star Scopes B1 V iewpoint A6 ROMANCING THE STOVE B3Show your support for our troops with homemade cookies.V ol. 8, No. 6 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Sept. 2, 2011 Call for FREEVIPPassCall 321-868-4444MELBOURNEAUDITORIUMSat., Sept. 10th9 am-5 pm Sun., Sept. 11th10 am-5 pm See WEIRD, A3 H OW WEIRD IS THAT?!SE AN MCCARTHY By Meagan McGonemmcgone@hometownnewsol.com Melbourne men arrested in beachside copper theft T wo Brevard County men posted bond and were released from the Br evard County Detention Center last w eek, after being arrested in connection with a beachside theft of copper materials. J ames Baird, 34, of Melbourne was charged with burglary, grand theft and providing false information to a medal dealer, while Clifford Curry, 29, of West M elbourne was charged with providing false information to a metal dealer. The incident, which occurred at a home on Citrus Court in Melbourne B each, resulted in several thousand dollars worth of stolen materials and more than $1,000 worth of damages to the unoccupied home. M elbourne Beach Police were first called to the residence in early August, when a lawn maintenance man r eported that four decorative brass dragon fountains were missing from the backyard of the home, each about 4 feet tall. The report launched an investigation by police, who began contacting several recycling centers in the area that collect various scrap metal and parts, said Melbourne Beach Detective C orporal Melanie Griswold. While still investigating the incident, police received another call from the same lawn maintenance man several w eeks later, who reported that 60 to 70 feet of copper was missing from the gutters and down spouts of the same home, while the homeowners were still out of town, Detective Griswold said. U pon the second arrival of the r esidence Aug. 18, Melbourne BeachIncident causes thousands in damages, stolen propertyBy T ammy Robertstroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee THEFT, A2Eye-catching gems Andy Stefanek/ staff photographerSabrina Bundy, 14, of Melbourne gazes through the hole of a Brazilian agate at the Frank Cox Gem and Jewelry Show at Melbourne Auditorium. Sabrina Bundy, 14 of Melbourne, peeks through a Brazilian agate, a t ype of rock mineral at the Frank Cox Gem and Jewelry Show at Melbourne Auditorium.Andy Stefanek staff photographer Cast your vote for a pups paradise P alm Bay resident Stormie Baker, 22, was named a finalist in the Beneful WagWorld Dream Dog Park Contest, based on a concept she designed around her 3-year-old pup, Abraham.Photo courtesy of Stormie BakerAbr aham Baker dreams of a beach-inspired paradise where he can roam free, run along the sand for hours on end, dip his paws into the cool water and take a nap beneath a shady palm tree. A motorized Frisbee thrower would keep he and his friends fit and active, while chew toys of every shape and size would be at a tails length. A 3-year-old short-haired dachshund, Abraham is one step closer to seeing his four-legged fantasy become a reality. Growing up near theSpace Coast resident named finalist in Dream Dog Park ContestBy T ammy Robertstroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee PAR ADISE, A4

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F riday, September 2, 2011 A2 MelbourneHometown News Think 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 Andy Stefanek/staff photographerNational Kidney Foundation Surf Fest founders Phil and Rich Salick present Savanna Pitard with her first-place trophy in last years womens long board competition. This years annual event will take place at the Cocoa Beach Pier over Labor Day weekend.First place Officer John Seltz noticed a r oofing construction sign, which later turned out to be stolen, in the front yard of the home and documented the areas with the missing copper, but found no one at the scene. U pon further investigation, detectives contacted another recycling center in P alm Bay, whose staff confirmed that a man had r ecently brought in several brass ornamental dragons to pawn, one of which still r emained at the shop. A staff member also told police that a different man had brought in several hundred pounds of copper gutters and down spouts to the facility. The requirements for selling scrap metal vary depending on the facility and the types of materials presented, with the majority of centers requesting a copy of the individuals drivers license, as well as a thumbprint in order to accept any items. Greg Velasquez, office manager of ATM Recycling in Palm Bay, said that if copper or other precious materials are being sold, their staff also records all of the sellers vehicle information and license plate, as an additional way of tracking down the individual if necessary. Their staff also takes a photograph of the individual in addition to the thumbprint and requires them to sign a receipt v alidating that the materials they are selling belong to them. Although these facilities are not required to report any items, Mr. Velasquez said his staff often sets suspicious items aside to wait for any notification from police. Later that afternoon on A ug. 18, Officer Seltz was patrolling the area of Citrus C ourt when he spotted a suspicious vehicle a black pickup truck parked in the driveway of the home. B ackup was called and when police went around back of the residence, they witnessed the first suspect, Mr. Baird, standing on a ladder, removing more copper gutters and downspouts from the home, D etective Griswold said. Mr. Baird led investigators to Mr. Curry, whose information had been on file with the same recycling center as the individual who had recently pawned the large amount of copper materials. Mr. Baird was being held at the Brevard County D etention Center on a $22,000 bond, while Mr. C urry was being held on a $5,000 bond before posting bail. The suspects may also be linked to additional cases of copper theft in the area and we re referred to another local agency, Detective Griswold said. The homeowners have since been notified of the incident and now face thousands of dollars worth of repairs to their property. When these guys are taking these materials down, theyre not taking it off gently, Detective Griswold said. Theyre in a hurry to get it down and get it out of there, which can cause a great deal of damage to the home. An increasingly popular crime, copper theft has evolved into a major problem, costing the national economy about $1 billion per year, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. I m sure it has to do with the fact that with some places, theres not always a way to trace the materials back to the suspects, D etective Griswold said. A lot of these metals are taken from homes under construction. It can be fairly easy to do and can be worth a lot of money. The value of copper has var ied in recent years to anywhere between $3 and $4 a pound. To prevent incidents such as this from happening. M elbourne Beach residents are encouraged to contact the police department prior to leaving town, so officers may conduct complimentary house checks. The twice-daily outdoor perimeter checks let officers know that the home is unoccupied and allows them to be more aware of anything suspicious going on near the home. The department also advises all residents to be aware of their surroundingsTheftF rom page A1 See THEFT, A8 EATOUT! EATOUT! save money... save money...www.hometowngiftcertificates.com/ 50 % OFF Gift Certificates 50 % OFF Gift Certificates

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 2, 2011 Melbourne A3 St.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 Childrens Books Childrens Coloring Books Holy Land Stone Gifts Dental 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. SMILE New Patient Prophy and Exam(1110) (0150)with Oral Cancer ScreeningExpires 9/30/11Friendly, Family Dentistry Children Welcome Veneers Whitening Root Canals Crowns TMJDisorder One-Visit Restorations Dental Emergencies Seen Promptly Cosmetic Dentistry Dentures Implant RestorationsAny patient and any other person responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or be reimbursed for payment for any other service, Examinations or treatment which is performed as a result and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free service, examination or treatment. John T. Bailey, DMDServing Brevard For 27 YearsJohn T. Bailey,DMDNew Patient Introduction$7500 merchandise from a W egmans supermarket in S tate College. The couple were captured on surveillance footage loading a shopping cart and leaving the store without paying. The Centre Daily Times r eport says the Centre H all couple admitted taking the items when arrested. The newlyweds told officers theyd been married a couple of days earlier and took the food for their w edding reception that afternoon. They are charged with misdemeanor counts and are being held on $2,500 bail. Fr om macon.com: Tr uck hauling sewage crashes into home P olice are trying to determine what caused a septic tanker truck to crash off a western New York road and slam through the wall of a home before coming to r est in the living room. The Orleans County S heriffs Department says the homeowners werent home when the truck driven by 35-year-old Russell C alkins of Albion crashed in G aines, a rural town 30 miles west of Rochester. C alkins was transported to a Rochester hospital for treatment. P olice said the truck was carrying 200 gallons of fresh water and a separate load of 300 gallons of waste product, which didnt leak. Fr om msnbc.msn.com: M an reports own parking violation to police A Connecticut man was so upset about the lack of parking enforcement in his town that he parked his car illegally in a handicapped space and called police more than a dozen times. When they showed up, they subdued him with a stun gun and arrested him. S helton police said they had to use the stun gun on M ichael Andes after he became combative and screamed at officers that they werent doing their job. He was charged with breach of peace and interfering with an officer and was given a parking ticket. Fr om sfgate.com: Angler fishes out womans prosthetic leg A woman who lost her prosthetic leg while swimming in a western Minnesota lake three years ago has been reunited with the limb thanks to an angler. B eth Krohn was fishing on Lake Ida in Alexandria. She said her line kept snagging on something and she hoped it wasnt a dead body. A KSAX-TV report says her catch turned out to be a prosthetic leg belonging to P am Riley of Morris. Krohn r eturned the leg to Riley after tracking her down through a prosthetic limbW eirdF rom page A1 See WEIRD, A4Man spearheads donation drive for tornado victimsA Melbourne man is on a mission to help the people of Joplin, Mo., after a powerful tornado swept through the city in May, killing more than 150 people and destroying nearly 7,000 homes, according to the N ational Weather Service. S tan Brouard, the president of Chance 4 Greater Good, has no personal connections with anyone in J oplin. With simmering media attention and a city that is still devastated, his goal is to provide the community with donated items, which he plans to gather from Brevard residents and deliver to Missouri on Sept. 19. These people had all of their possessions, Mr. Br ouard said. After the disaster struck, they had nothing. He hopes the community will donate clothing, furniture, tools and non-perishable food items to help those who encountered an event that struck close to home. E very time theres a disaster outside of the country, Americans rush to help, he said. Its time we help each other. This is about Americans helping fellow Americans. Mr. Brouard is also accepting monetary donations to cover the cost of the truck r ental and gas to transport the items. Those who donate $10 or more will be entered into a drawing to win an A pple iPad. Chance 4 Greater Good is an organization that creates a win-win-win for all, Mr. Br ouard said. The company purchases items, sells raffle tickets for those items and donates the money raised to var ious nonprofit organizations. Though he currently works at Visual Dynamics, a store specializing in Apple products in Indian Harbour B each, he ultimately wants Chance 4 Greater Good to be his full-time job so he can help people like those in J oplin. T o me, helping these people is not a personal thing. Its a goodwill gesture, he said. F or more information,or to donate,contact Mr. Br ouard by e-mailing stan@chance4greatergood.c om or by calling (321) 6267177. Photo courtesy of U.S. Army Corps of EngineersU.S. Army Corps of Engineers quality assurance specialist L ee Kochis oversees work to remove debris from homes in Joplin, Mo., on July 4 after an EF-5 tornado devastated the area in May.By Meagan McGonemmcgone@hometownnewsol.com

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manufacturer in Alexandria. Krohn said shes proud of the catch and compared it to going deer hunting and shooting the biggest buck. Riley said she always wondered what someone would think if they saw a leg surfacing in a lake. Fr om news.yahoo.com: Se lf-styled Druid king loses S tonehenge bones case A self-styled Druid king has lost a legal bid to r eclaim remains that had been dug up at the ancient stone circle of Stonehenge. Ju stice Wyn Williams ruled ocean, Space Coast native S tormie Baker, Abrahams ow ner, has also longed for a place where she and her best friend can enjoy all that the beach has to offer, without worrying about breaking any laws as dogs are not permitted on Brevard C ounty beaches. This place would target pups, but also provide a spot where dog owners can relax and converse in a calming and friendly environment. So she didnt hesitate after discovering the Purina B eneful WagWorld Dream Dog Park Contest. Ms. Baker, 22, of Palm Bay submitted her idea for a dream dog park makeover earlier this summer and was just named one of 15 nationwide finalists, vying for a chance to see their canine concepts come to life. The contestant who earns the highest amount of votes via the WagWorld website will receive $500,000 to create his or her dream dog park, as well as an additional $10,000 and a years supply of Beneful brand Dry Dog Food. F or she and Abrahams doggy getaway, Ms. Baker envisions a sand-to-water pool for the pups that like to swim or dig, tropical plants and palm trees to keep the dogs cool when the weather gets hot and, of course, a large space to run. B each chairs and umbrellas would fill the park so the o wners can relax and tan, while the dogs get wet and wild, Ms. Baker said. B efore the pups leave, following their day of fun in the sun, they can swing by the bamboo Tiki lounge to wind down before the car ride home. Lined with surfboards, chew toys, dog carvings and weather-resistant doggie beds, pups can climb the step-up bar and pick out the dog treat of their choice. Ms. Baker also hopes to incorporate a wooden boardwalk, where members of the community can donate funds and have their dogs names carved into the planks. The proceeds would be given to local animal shelters to help more animals find homes. B ut her concept would not be complete, she said, without decorative lifeguard stands and dog-friendly shower stations. I t would be a park full of fun activities for both people and pets, Ms. Baker said. Its an opportunity for o wners and their dogs to come together and enjoy F loridas beautiful weather in a safe, fun environment. If her idea is named the winner, Ms. Baker would makeover the Palm Bay R egional Park Off-Leash Dog Park, a 40,000-squarefoot fenced area that features zones for both small and large breeds. The park is one of five offleash dog parks currently operated by the county. The in-kind donation awarded to the contest winner would include design construction and project administration services, all necessary permits, building supplies and materials, as w ell as all other elements r elated to the renovation of the low-maintenance park, Ms. Baker said. If the county does not approve her idea to revamp the park, another local dog park will be selected. Ms. Baker, who is studying communications and business at the University of C entral Florida, said that seeing her dog happy is one of her favorite things in life. A braham lives by the motto: food, love and belly r ubs, she said. He loves taking naps, cuddling under blankets and his favorite game to play is tug-of-war. He s also rarely seen without his favorite toy, a green stuffed dog named, appropriately, Lincoln. So how can you help make this duos dream a reality? C ast your vote! Ms. B aker said. Vote once a day, and pass the word. V isit www.wagworld.com/dreamdogpark/finalists2011/entry/default.aspx?id= 232 to vote for Stormie & Abr ahams Idea. V oters must enter their name, pets name and email address to register, just to ensure people dont vote more than once a day. V oting ends Sept. 8 at 11:59 a.m. F riday, September 2, 2011 A4 MelbourneHometown News 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 The Ultimate Country LifestyleLeave behind the complicated and enjoy a wildlife sanctuary lifestyle. Build your dream home in the ultimate setting surrounded by Florida Deer, Bald Eagles, Wild T urkeys and exotics free to roam. Envision being surrounded by towering oak hammocks while w atching a grand red stag nibbling on the tender grasses below... If you lived at Red Stag Sanctuary you wouldnt be dreaming... it would be real! 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Ronald Carl Lemay, 54, of 3151 S. Babock St., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 19 with attempting to solicit/conspire and larceny. Cal Francis Charron, 32, of 201 Lantana Lane, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 20 with grand theft auto. Jon Jay Figueroa, 30, address unknown, was charged Aug. 30 with possession of cocaine, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, trafficking drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana. Rocio Alamilla, 42, of 1419 Dallam Ave., Palm Bay, was charged Aug. 21 with burglary with assault/battery and felony child abuse. Kenneth Lee Bloodworth, 46, of 1015 Church S t., Melbourne, was charged A ug. 21 with felony battery and felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Tara Lonegran, 22, of 804 Cav alier Drive, Indialantic, was charged Aug. 21 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and possession of drug paraphernalia. Jacob Michael Rider, 28, of 3668 Harlock Road, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 22 with kidnapping-false imprisonment of an adult, fleeing/attempting to elude a police officer, felony battery and felony child abuse. Philip Guccione, 50, of 1834 Aurora Park Circle, M elbourne, was charged A ug. 23 with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and felony on-site violation of probation. James K. Wilson, 21, of 1922 Garner Ave., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 23 with two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon. Louis Michael Lowry, 32, address unknown, was charged Aug. 25 with resisting arrest without violence, grand theft auto and as a habitual traffic offender driving on a suspended license. Troy Lamar Rush, 40, of 908 Wisteria Drive, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 25 with petit larceny.P alm Bay P olice Department Leonard Anthony Lee, 25, of 210 E. University Blv d., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 24 with unarmed burglary of an occupied dwelling, criminal mischief-property damage, r esisting arrest without violence, throwing a missile into a dwelling/vehicle, felony contempt of courtviolation of injunction and felony on-site violation of probation.W est Melbourne P olice Department John Cody Rabe, 24, address unknown, was charged Aug. 23 with kidnapping-false imprisonment of an adult and felony battery. Shay Wilson, 39, of 1447 A bbey Circle, Palm Bay, was charged Aug. 23 with grand larceny. Michael A. Donato, 37, of 4007 Estancia Way, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 24 with trafficking opium, larceny and possession of listed chemicals. Br evard County Sheriffs Office Kirk Marcus Daley, 22, of 6841 Raccoon Court, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 19 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Barbara Ann Morehouse, 63, of 149 Bauer Drive, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 19 with felony driving under the influence-causing serious bodily injury and felony driving under the influenceproperty damage. Nikki Louvine PerdueGriffiths, 37, of 901 Juanita Circle, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 19 with selling cocaine and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Michael Lenord Seigler, 32, of 380 Carolyn St., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 19 with two counts of possession of cocaine. Patrick J. Byrne, 49, of 607 Casa Grande Drive, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 21 with felony driving under the influence. Michael Smith, 28, of 38 Elton St., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 22 with violation of probation, resisting arrest without violence, contempt of court, felony battery by strangulationdomestic violence and three counts of on-site violation of probation. Harry Edward Brock, 30, of 3002 Fountain Head Circle, Melbourne, was charged A ug. 24 with dealing in stolen property and giving false verification of ownership to a secondhand property dealer. Gregory Scott Claxton, 18, of 2618 Kefauver St., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 24 with possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to sell and possession of drug paraphernalia. Emily A. Philpot, 53, of 316 Cornell Ave., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 24 with forgery-altering a public records certificate, passing a forged/altered instrument, petit larceny and failure to appear. James Scott Bradley, 42, of 146 Gray Road, West Melbourne, was charged Aug. 25 with refusing to submit to a balance test, resisting arrest without violence, felony driving while license permanently revoked and felony driving under the influence. Peggy L. Collett, 59, of 4108 Knight Ave., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 25 with dealing in stolen property and fraud-giving false o wnership information to pawn items. Mekisha Colon Grajales, 28, of 2275 Friday Court, M elbourne, was charged A ug. 25 with obtaining a controlled substance by forgery. Scott A. Martin, 23, of 2981 Pebble Creek St., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 25 with trafficking drugs, possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Editors 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. By 2007, the number of juveniles being arrested had been increasing for nearly a decade. As an example, in Br evard County in just a six-year period from 2001 through 2007, the number of youth arrested increased 46 percent from 779 to 1,134 arrests. This statistic did not bode well for the future crime rate of our county, as juvenile offenders often become adult offenders. As a result, all of Brevard C ountys law enforcement leaders came together several years ago with one objective: to find a solution to reduce juvenile arrests in our county before it was too late. Dur ing this strategy session, a process known as civil citations was debated. Although the program was in its infancy at the time, the success of the program was hard to dispute. A civil citation gives a law enforcement officer an alternative to arresting a child when they commit a minor criminal offense. All too often, the arrest of a child who has never been in trouble before confirms in the childs mind that he or she is a bad person with no chance of a future. Their self-esteem plummets, and their knowledge that they now have a criminal record is the catalyst that leads them to commit more serious criminal acts. A childs first arrest is often the very moment they lose any remaining hope of having a good life. A civil citation is just what is needed to break the cycle of crime before it begins. It is not a get out of jail free card. There are consequences and r equirements that have to be met. The child is assessed and r eceives the necessary counseling and education to help prevent them from getting involved in future criminal activity. They must also complete a community service project to pay their debt to society. In so me cases, a child acting out is the result of some dysfunction in the home, and a civil citation may also lead to needed parental education and assistance. To ensure a child takes r esponsibility for their actions, they are often r equired to sincerely apologize to their victim. If the youth fulfils all that is expected, they will not have an arrest record. B oth the child and the parent must agree to participate in the program. The law enforcement officer possesses the discretion as to whether or not a civil citation may be issued in lieu of arrest. The officer takes into account several factors, including the willingness of the victim to allow a civil citation. If a ch ild fails to successfully complete the program, their case will be r eferred back to the state attorneys office for possible prosecution of the original criminal offense. While we want to ensure people, to include ourCivil citations working to reduce crimeSee SHERIFF, A9 BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFFJACK PARK ER

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A6 Melbourne THIS WEEKS LUCKY THIS WEEKS LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLE If This is your license plate go to the nearest HTN Office to verify by noon Tuesday.CONGRATULATIONSto Last Weeks Winner,Cindy Beers GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY!Stop by ANY office or CALL!!!WIN $100-$1000 I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013 INDIAN RIVER CO. 772-569-6767MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 government facilities is Saudia Arabia. I just cant go on and on. The reason we had great prosperity is because we had a R epublican Congress. Clinton didnt do anything during this time.Social Security deducts alreadyI am responding about an excellent letter about Social S ecurity. I would like to add this to it. I am 86 years old and have been paying into the Social S ecurity system since I was 14. I want to add more to the letter. We have had no increase now for three years straight for S ocial Security recipients. The second thing I want to talk about is the fact that they make deductions. My wife has a monthly income from Social Security of $568. Out of that, they take $97. That means that they have taken a 17 percent deduction. What for? Now, Im her husband and my number is $ 1,100 per month, and they take a $97 deduction from me, which is a 9 percent deduction. If you add those two together and divide by 2, youll see that the average there is 11 percent. Why is this being done? Has anyone ever told us why this is being done? B enefits are already reduced for many years now. Is this not enough of a cut already?K eep the money here in the United StatesId like to know why we keep giving money and funding these countries that dont like the United States of America, when we could be using the money right here in the United S tates. These countries dont like us, but they like our money. This is not right.Drug test them and make them work community serviceI have no problem with random drug testing for anyone r eceiving public monies or assistance. In my 24 years of military service, I was called in many times for random testing, and I felt proud that my country cared enough to police its armed forces. I wouldnt even mind to submit to random testing now, even though Im retired. R andom drug testing is a good first step in making sure our public assistance is being used wisely. How about taking it a step further? Why dont we require those who receive public assistance to perform some community service, too? Maybe just a couple hours per week. How about showing up with me as I volunteer in Brevard schools? S orry, that might be asking too much for those who r eceive assistance, and Im sure many of them would be offended if ordered to perform such demeaning work. The ACLU, Im sure, has no love for people like me, and that kind of makes me feel pretty good.Oppression and tyrannyThe American revolution occurred as a result of the oppression and tyranny placed upon the colonists by the K ing of England. T oday, Americans are facing oppression and tyranny from the politicians throughout the country, and particularly in W ashington, D.C., that has lost touch with the common man. M any people are screaming for change, but we cannot expect change from the current group of politicians because of their self-interests, funding from lobbyists and large corporate donations. E xpecting the existing politicians to institute change is like asking the fox to guard the henhouse or criminals to manage the prisons. T hrow out the rascals is a cry heard across the land. Y et, if every politician was replaced by another, nothing would change. To make a difference, America needs a wholesale change of its current governing system, which was designed for a different time and totally different world. To get change, people must rise up and revolt as has been done lately in other countries but doing it non-violently. We need a redo of the Constitution, the entire legislative process and the individuals who represent us. To accomplish this, we must establish clear-cut goals and objectives of what is expected from those that govern.American Revolution 2.0R ecent events have shown that the current system no longer works. T oday, every political candidate seems to be a millionaire and soon becomes a multimillionaire after being elected. No longer can we afford the best government that money can buy. These ultra-rich have no concept of the problems of the common man. Americans can no longer sit nonchalantly by while getting abused by their government. This means that the average citizen will be required to play an active role in the democratic process. No longer can we ask politicians what they will do for us, since they usually will tell a lie to get our vote. We must demand of the politicians what we want done. In the political gold mine, the politicians get the gold and the citizens get the shaft. Str ike a blow for freedom and start planning the American Re volution 2.0 today. Response to Slavery is based only on who owns youI was gob smacked when the author stated that Socialism and Communism are not even remotely related. One important crisis event left outThe writer who wrote to correct a previous writer on Who caused the economic crisis did an excellent job of giving a chronology of recent government policies that caused the economic crisis. How ever, he left out one important event when our president Read my lips. No new taxes. Bush was fooled by a D emocratic Congress and went along with their tax the r ich 10 percent tax luxury tax on expensive cars, yachts, etc. He signed a law to increase the tax, but The Democrats lied and did not cut the expenses equal to what the Congressional Budget Office estimated this new tax would bring. What happened? The rich people cancelled their orders for multi-billion dollar yachts and expensive cars and went to Europe and bought theses items, minus the 10 percent luxury tax. What else happened? Wor kers who made these luxury items got laid off, and our government paid unemployment compensation and lost federal income tax, Social Security and Medicare that these workers would have been paying had they not been laid off.Casino gambling big attractionI would like to make a comment on the casino gambling. I am all in favor of it. It would definitely change the whole industry of Brevard County. W ith a lot of time and perseverance, it could be passed on a referendum, like Atlantic City, N.J., got passed when they put it to the New Jersey voters. It could be contained to one area of Brevard County, which would attract millions (of people) to it, by car, by bus, etc. We are only 45 minutes from Orlando. We already have C ocoa Beach, and we already have the space center. Lets put another big attraction and a huge industry for tons of Brevard County citizens, who would have jobs ranging from janitorial to engineering to computer to surveillance, etc. Ha ve the state police run it like New Jersey does. Contain it up there around the space center and Port Canaveral. Its a perfect area. It would be a very successful, lucrative business new industry for this county.Clinton did not want to fight a warI need to respond to the person who said Everything w ent downhill after Clinton. O h, Clinton was so wonderful! Ye s, we had eight years of peace. You know why we had eight years of piece? It was because Clinton was a coward. He didnt want to fight a war. We had terrorists bombing us all over the world. They hit the World Trade Center the first time. They didnt take it down. They knocked off two of the African embassies. They hit one of our barracks in Lebanon. They hit one of our U.S. 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, SEPTEMBER 2, 2011 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM Quality careOsler Medical in Melbourne was one of four Brevard County physician practices recognized by Humana Provider Quality Rewards Program for meeting quality of care benchmarks and was awarded with a bonus check last month. Laurie Britt (right) from Osler Medical accepts the check from Leah Betancourt of Humana. Photo courtesy of Stephen WilsonT ax millage increase coming upD ear Concerned Citizens, I am Trudie Infantini, y our District III Brevard C ounty Commissioner. I am reaching out to the community to make you aware of issues facing Br evard County today. I regret to inform you that the county manager has proposed up to a 14.5 percent tax millage increase on your property. The increase is to generate revenue closer to last y ears revenue. This increase violates the will and intent of the people who voted for the Sa ve Our Homes Benefit, where an increase to the assessed value of our home is limited to 3 percent cap. M any assessed values have increased, meaning they will be paying up to 16 percent more in taxes than last year (14.5 percent tax r ate increase plus up to a 1.5 percent assessed value increase). How ever, many with lower property values will actually be paying less because the percentage increase in tax rate is lower than the percentage assessment decrease. R egardless, your tax bill would be lower if we do not increase the tax rate. If you ask some commissioners if they are increasing taxes they will tell you no. A Florida statute states a tax increase to make up for lost revenue is technically not a tax increase. It is my belief this is actually a tax increase, and we need to be straightforward with our residents. If possible, please attend either of the millage hearings. The tentative Ad Valorem M illage rate was set Aug. 2. The new aggregate millage rate is 16.6 percent higher than last year. T wo public budget hearings are scheduled for S ept. 13 and 27, starting at 5:30 p.m., all at the government complex in Viera. P lease come share your view on the proposed taxes! P lease note, included in the county managers proposed budget is a 2.5 percent pay increase to all county employees and charter officers at a cost of $3.4 million. The capital improvements project list also includes building an 18,000-square-foot community center at Wickham Par k, although we dont have the funds to operate the existing centers (without raising your tax r ate). P lease come and voice y our opinion at our commission meetings. Tr udie Infantini D istrict 3 County Commissioner Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 1102 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.comV 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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Select Services with CouponExpires 9/30/11 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 A Family PracticeMelbourne Medical CenterQuality Care At Very Affordable PricesEKG Screening Complete Check-up Lacerations STD Screening Emergency/Urgent Medical Care Minor Surgery No Scalpel Vasectomy Wo rkers Compensation Drug Screening Company Accounts Complete Lab Work School/Employment/DOT Immigration Physicals$1000 OFF$1000 OFFS ocialism is based on the concept that everyone gets their share. D ue to a lack of incentives, socialistic systems tend not to be competitive. Eur ope, in general, and Greece, in particular, are good examples. C ommunism is based on the concept of shared effort and resources. No existent nation practices pure C ommunism. Even the Chinese have moved toward capitalism. C uba, the island prison, is an exception, but without Venezuela, it would not exist. B ut to say they are not remotely r elated misses the point. Both are based on redistribution of wealth. The author also resorts to the tiresome name calling and silly monikers like Ray Gun and wing nuts, as if these slogans are a substitute for intelligence. The left-wing blogs are rife with v apid commentary and ad hominem attacks like this. The author was correct on the definition of liberalism, but missed socialism. S ocialism is where the government o wns the means of production, like GM and Chrysler. As for Progressives, which the author defines as looking to the future, theyve been changing their name ever since W oodrow Wilson. Why is it that Communists, Socialists and Progressives hide from who they r eally are? Maybe they are hiding from the past. So going back to the authors title, I would say that we, our children, grandchildren and future generations are now all government slaves, thanks to Pr ogressives. F or them, reality is an obstacle to ov ercome. Dogs can cause accidentsI have just about had I with people, y oung and old, who allow their dog to sit on their lap while they operate a motor vehicle. T exting and driving is causing fatalities every day. It is illegal in many states, right? So Im driving along and this car is swerving side to side and repeatedly braking. I get up next to them, and there is a hairy mutt on their lap. P ut your dogs safely locked in a cage, people. Y ou say you love your dogs as if they we re y our children? Well, would you allow your child to sit on your lap while yo u re driving? I have two dogs. When we go to the dog park or vet, they are in their cages in the back seat. A paw, a bite, it just takes a second for such a distraction to put yourself, y our dog and others at risk. So please, people, think!Requirements for my voteThe candidates for the next presidential election are lining up. I am neither a Democrat nor a R epublican, but an Independent, and here is my list of requirements for my vote: 1. The Economy. Balance the budget. If you dont have it, dont spend it. P ay down the deficit. Do not extend the debt ceiling. I read that China had a surplus of $198 billion last year. Lets make that a U.S. goal. 2. American politics. No PAC money. K eep the lobbyists, unions, religionists and other special interest groups at arms length. 3. Abortions and gays. N ot government business. Get out and stay out. 4. Earmarks. Just plain NO to earmarks. Thats my (the taxpayer) money, not yours to use to curry votes with. 5. Immigration. Just enforce the laws already in place. 6. Education. Get rid of the Department of Education. The individual states should handle their own. Seems silly to send money to Washington, D .C., to have them send some back. T ake a look at all the useless programs they fund. 7. Obamacare: Repeal it. 8. Labor unions: Let them stick to workers compensation and treatment issues. They dont own the company and have no say in how it is run. 9. Foreign wars: Bring the troops home. Stay out of other folks business. I know war is good business and employs a lot of people, but it is morally wrong. How many readers will get their hackles up over this list? Response to Problems with Murdock and ObamaTo the person who wrote Problems with Murdock and Obama, Sort of. W ith due respect, you are by far a blithering ignoramus, whose head has been in the sand for at least 40 years, who grew up with a chip on his shoulder and must blame everyone else for y our problems and shortcomings. Y ou are incapable to digest historical data and remove the biases from the facts. Y our blinders preclude you from forming a valid conclusion based on fact. Y ou are so full of prejudices, which limits your ability to judge fairly and equally. I see you as a frustrated person who has sat his duff hoping to hit the lottery to think that all your problems would be solved. Y ou, sir/maam, are a true psychotic case that needs to be studied and perhaps someone may be able to find some remedy for your condition. B ut worst of all is the fact that you drive and you also vote. All of your statements were innuendos not substantiated by fact.Third-grade civics lesson W ith the national, state and local elections approaching, some of the third graders had questions about the process, so the teacher decided to have an election for a class president. We would choose our nominees. They would make a campaign speech and the class would vote. To simplify the process, candidates we re nominated by other class members. We discussed what kinds of characteristics these students should have. We got many nominations and from those, Johnny (not real name) and S andy (not real name) were picked to r un for the top spot. The class had done a great job in their selections. Both candidates were good kids. The day arrived when they were to make their speeches. J ohnny went first. He had specific ideas about how to make our class a better place. He ended by promising to do his very best. Ev eryone applauded and he sat down. Now is was Sandys turn to speak. H er speech was concise. She said, If y ou will vote for me, I will give you ice cream. She sat down. The class went wild. Yes! Yes! We want ice cream. S he surely would say more. She did not have to. A discussion followed. How did she plan to pay for the ice cream? She wasnt sure. W ould her parents buy it or would the class pay for it? She didnt know. The class really didnt care. All they we re thinking about was ice cream. J ohnny was forgotten. Sandy won byRantsF rom page A6 See R ANTS, A9

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Brev ard Forum To the editor: C urrent conditions call for a self-help organization of, by and for the people of Br evard to regain and enjoy better control of our county, as an alternative to the dictates and controls of government and industry. We have become victims of plunder, via government and corporate greed at the expense of our human r ights, that is so controlling and pervasive as to deny us basic means by which to pursue wholesome and worthwhile lifestyles. Y et, within our ranks, we have the expertise, the will, the resources and the right to stop this madness, both by eliminating wrongheaded demands of our lives, and by pursuing better solutions through use of prudent means to bring about desired goals. This Brevard Forum, a volunteer jural society, will consist of: 1. An executive committee to provide structure and continuity 2. Permanent committees for a. Administrative duties, and b. providing continuity and liaison in key areas, such as lawful jurisdiction, education, etc. 2. Special committees for any issues not covered by permanent committees. We will provide a list of committees, chairpersons, their subject area, goals, contact information and means to learn of meeting dates, progress reports and need for volunteers. It is thought that anyone faced with unwarranted abuse, or who perceives a countywide threat, such as fluoridated water, so-called Smart Meters, bad government decisions, etc. would, in confidentiality, be able to consult the Brevard For um, either to gain available assistance, to offer new information to an existing committee, or to start a new committee that can investigate and report the inappropriate conduct. An objective with any problem is to petition those who are best able to bring about changes that will prevent recurrence. In addition to problem r esolution and avoidance, committees may exist to promote Brevard lifestyles, such as those sponsoring cultural and recreational events, or to develop and conduct useful classes on va ri ous specialized topics. The general assembly will meet on a regular and open basis to bring guest speakers to Brevard; hear committee reports; and hear discussion, debate and/or vote by the public on important issues, and will be archived for public r eview. As of mid August, we are 25 Brevardians, with an initial goal of 250 or more. E xpertise and leadership are needed in all areas of involvement, particularly in r egard to organic law and demands of jural societies. V isit us at: www.BrevardForum.org. J oin our M eetUp group atwww.meetup.com/Brevard-Forum/(note the hyphen). S end comments or questions to geodan @ bellsouth.net. D an OBrien M elbourne Tax es,jobs,raises and landscaping To the editor: F irst of all, a tip of the hat to Sen. Marco Rubio, Gov. Rick Scott, commissioner Tr udi Infantini and Commissioner Andy Anderson for keeping your pledge to r educe taxes, remove some of the multiple job-killing r egulations and actually trying to protect the taxpayers. In the last decade, Brevard C ounty grew a little more than 10 percent while the county budget grew more than 100 percent. In addition, more than 100,000 acres have been annexed to cities to escape burdensome county r egulations, thus vastly r educing county coverage and expenditures. We have lost more than 9,000 good-paying NASA jobs, and our true unemployment is more than 20 percent. C ounty manager Howard T iptons answer is to give a r aise to county employees, and at a time when a record number of property owners could not pay their real estate taxes, he is urging a 16 percent tax increase. Oh thats right, it isnt technically a tax increase. It is a roll back, as explained by C ommissioner Chuck N elson, even though it r esults in a higher tax bill. After watching Ms. I nfantini try and explain a spreadsheet to Mr. Nelson, I now see why this guy ran the parks department into the ground. In a shrinking county, Mr. T ipton should rescind any idea of raises for government employees, cut his assistant county managers. He should then cut the EELS Program, which spent money like a drunken sailor. We dont need bureaucrats telling us what trees we can cut on our own property and what type of landscaping we must plant. Mr. Tipton should man up and start managing and r ealize it is the taxpayers he is employed by and not government bureaucrats. It is way past time for government employees to join the recession! 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Y ou have three attractive styles to choose from.Call today for a FREE,no obligation trial fitting to see if sona is right for you. 321-242-1013 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Florida V olunteers Needed Jennifer K.Ride @ (407) 478-2996 Jennifer@BBBSCFL.orgCommunity Corkboard is provided as a public service byand is available to any not-for-profit corporation requesting items of need from our community.Requests will run in Community Corkboardon an As Availablebasis.Call Sylvia to request the available space. Literacy Alliance of Brevard V olunteers needed throughout Brevard County to tutors adults. Also need volunteers to assist with inventory,fundraising and public speaking.For info, contact at 321-267-0099, brevardliteracy@bellsouth.net or www.brevardliteracy.org W omens Center V olunteer Needed for V olunteer Coordinating Pr ev ious volunteer experience preferred. 8 10 hours per week. 242-3110,Ext 331 T he Central Brevard S haring Center V olunteers are needed for several positions. F or Info Call: (321) 631-0306 or e-mail dbrubaker@ sharingcenter.org www.sharingcenter.org SHINE Ser ving Health Insurance N eeds for Elders V olunteers needed to counsel seniors on their health insurance.Call 752-8080 for more info. Crosswind Y outh Services V olunteer Opportunities! T utoring,mentoring, arts/crafts instructor, S pecial projects,admin., & clerical and Safe Place. Call 452-0800 S enior TranServe S eeking volunteers,using their personal vehicles,to transport homebound seniors to appointments, grocery shopping,etc. Call 321-639-4868 Ext 282for more information Lions Club of Satellite Beach "We Serve" S eeking New Members F or More Information Contact: Joe Hauser at 321-452-0376 Become a Red Cross Youth VolunteerAmerican Red CrossCall 890-1002 for info S outh Brevard S haring Center Pl ease extend your blessings by donating your gently used furniture to bless others. Call (321) 727-8581 Council of Brevard Meals on Wheels V olunteer drivers needed throughout Brevard County.Deliver Meals, S miles,& Encouragement to homebound seniors. Call (321) 639-8770 Central Brevard Humane SocietyItems Needed: P aper Towels,White Copy Paper & Dr y & Wet Cat FoodF or info,contact (321) 636-3343 or www.crittersavers.com. Letters to the Editorand report any suspicious behavior to police, Detective Griswold said. W e dont mind coming by to check things out, she said. Dont hesitate to call us. To r equest a house check, fill out a form via the departments website, www.mbpd.org, or visit the station at 507 Ocean Ave., M elbourne Beach. Contact the Melbourne B each Police Department at (321) 723-4343.TheftF rom page A2

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y outh, are held accountable for their criminal acts, this program made sense. As a result, I, along with all of Brevards police chiefs, agreed to support the program. B ut now that we agreed to initiate a Brevard civil citation program, who could we trust to do it? The answer was right in front of us Crosswinds Y outh Services. Crosswinds was the logical choice because they already were operating the Ju venile Assessment Center, the countys runaway childrens shelter and a host of youth and parental educational and counseling services. O ur next challenge was funding. The Eckerd Family F oundation, a group of very caring people who are committed to helping children and youth, stepped up and most generously awarded two major grants to Crosswinds in start-up funds to get the program moving. The program is about to enter its third year, and it has been even more successful than we could have imagined. H undreds of children have been diverted from the criminal justice system and, most importantly, they are not re-offending and are on the right path. F our hundred sixty-three less children were arrested in 2010 than in 2007, a r eduction of more than 35 percent. We would like to thank the police chiefs, the states attorneys office, the public defenders office, the D epartment of Juvenile J ustice, the Brevard County C ommission and Brevard C ounty Schools who partnered with us to implement this innovative initiative. We are also very proud of Crosswinds for exceeding our expectations, as they always do, with everything we ask of them. We would also like to thank Jim and Jonnie Swann and the family members of the Eckerd Family Foundation whose sincere love of children and generosity made our vision a reality, and we honor them for leading the charge for juvenile justice reform. F or more information about civil citations,please visit www.BrevardCivilCitation.orgor call Crosswinds at (321) 4520800. J ack Parker is the sheriff of Br evard County a landslide. Ev ery time Barack Obama opened his mouth he offered ice cream, and 52 percent of the people reacted like 9-year-olds. They wanted ice cream. The other 48 percent know theyre going to have to feed the cow and clean up the mess. We are now getting the ice cream Obama promised us! D id you vote for the ice cream? R emember, the government cannot give anything to anyone that they have not first taken away from someone else. Excess employees in W ashington, D.C.It s about time the taxpayers realize how much money is being wasted on the excessive number of federal employees in Washington, D .C. That includes the State D epartment, USAID and other agencies. It makes matters worse when bosses and supervisors are so weak that their secretaries run the office. That means uncivil behavior goes unchecked or not admonished. To the dimwits who stole my bicycleY ou got what you paid for. As Im sure you found out when you tried to ride it and the handlebar came loose and the seat fell off. T ip: duct tape. I left it sitting out to take the dog for a run, but you didnt really think you were going to get anything valuable out of someones driveway, did you? Dont throw away the tires. Y ou can probably sell them at a garage sale. Theyre only a few years old.Dear CongressMy family cant decide on a budget. U ntil we have come to a unified decision that fits all of our needs and interests, we will have to shut down our checkbook and will no longer be able to pay our taxes. Im sure youll understand. Thank You for setting an example we should all follow. Cheers!Bottle water companies are exempt?I read an article recently, entitled Water District asks many to Unite to Save A quifer. I agree that people of Central Florida need to conserve water, but why would the St. J ohn River Water Management District officials allow bottled water plants to come to Florida and pump out water from our aquifer to sell in other states? For the sake of jobs? How long will those jobs last if the water is gone? Are those plants bribing officials to get what they want? Is it anything for business, r egardless of the consequences? And Im not against businesses that do what is right. C onsider how many more homes will be lost because of sinkholes or the poor quality of water going into homes for outlandish prices. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 2, 2011 Melbourne A9 POST COMMONS PLAZACORNER OF POST & WICKHAM SWEEPSTAKES 60 Brand New Machines in Our Newly Renovated 3,600 Sq. Ft. 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BUSINESS CALENDARFRIDAY,SEPT.2 Small Business Council meeting: 11 a.m. Melbourne R egional Chamber of Commerce, 1005 E. Strawbridge Ave., M elbourne. C all (321) 254-2288. TUESDAY, SEPT. 6 Small Business Council meeting: 8 a.m. Melbourne R egional Chamber of Commerce, 1005 E. Strawbridge Ave., M elbourne. C all (321) 724-5400,Ext.230. The Innovators Leads Club meeting: 11:30 a.m. Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce at Shells Seafood R estaurant, 1490 W. New Haven Ave., West Melbourne. For information,call club president Joe Nicolosi at (321) 7579797. WEDNESDAY,SEPT.7 Viera Leads Club meeting: 8:30 a.m. Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce at the Melbourne Regional Chamber/Viera, 7720 N. Wickham Road, Suite 112, Viera. F or information,call club president Collette Wood at (321) 242-4575. Money Makers Leads Club meeting: N oon. Melbourne R egional Chamber of Commerce at Courtyard by Marriott, 2101 W. New Haven Ave., Melbourne. F or information,call T om Taranto at (321) 961-2871. THURSDAY,SEPT.8 Beach Referral Group Leads Club meeting: 7:45 a.m. M elbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce at the Crowne P laza Melbourne Oceanfront, 2605 Highway A1A, Melbourne. F or information,call club president Alan Kershaw at (321) 750-3233. Women of Excellence Committee meeting: 8:30-9:30 a.m. Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce, 1005 E. Str awbridge Ave., Melbourne. Cost is free for members and $10 for non-members.RSVP online at www.melbourneregionalchamber.com. C all (321) 724-5400. TD Bank, Americas Most C onvenient Bank, was named Best Regional B ank/East in M oneys B est B anks 2011 list. Av ailable in the September issue, the list explored bank account options in national banks, credit unions, as well as regional banks, such as TD Bank, and provided consumers with a variety of national and regional banking options. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 2, 2011 Melbourne A11 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, Enrichment 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 Today Brevard 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 BiW 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 +$136BiWeekly +$272 Monthly +$589Annually + $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 Back to SchoolCALL 1-800-823-0466 to place your ad here Why are we always locking the barn after the horse is stolen?Remembering history: FDR New Deal, Obama Raw DealSe ven months and seven days after I was born, President Franklin D. Roosevelt delivered his now-famous I nfamy Speechto a joint session of Congress, describing the previous day when the Empire of Japan sneakattacked the democracy of my United States. Se venty years, two months and a day after I was born, living now by the grace of FDRs Social Security, I find myself struggling to write my feelings the day after the Empire of Obama sneak-attacked the democr acy of my United States. I worked to elect Democr at Obama. I voted for Obama. I believed in Obama. I trusted Obama. I closely followed my presidents progress, or lack thereof, watching failure after failure to deliver on most promises made: No G uantanamo close. No end to wars, more started. No universal national healthcare. No repeal of Bush tax cuts for the rich. A theatrical O sama assassination, because he needed a victory of any kind. N one of the critical things which Bush and corporate W all Street banksters used to drive us into a trillion dollars of debt were being touched. And finally, a sneak attack on FDRs social safety net, the New Deal,stealthily concealed inside a cleverlyconcocted Trojan horse, an ersatz debt ceiling crisis. N othing moves a nation through duplicity quicker than fear itself. No truly Democratic president or elected official has ever dreamed of weakening S ocial Security. And yet, my president had not only laid Social Security as a gambling chip on the W all Street casino table, but he upped the ante with M edicare and Medicaid, as w ell. C onservative thugs in the U.S. House, one-third being first-term Tea Party Republicans, many who had never served in any elected position before, took the United S tates government hostage, as no other alien enterprise ever could. Obama negotiated with hostage takers, ignorant of standard FBI instructions to never pay ransom to kidnappers. But, then, Obama was working to his own priv ate agenda. Anticipating a reaming to come, on July 22, four days before Obamas speech to the nation, during a slow r olling epiphany, I broke with my president and wordsmithed my firstedition of a new series: NOBAMA.A voiding a shutdown was not the worst of itNow you have a Congress, which, after screwing up and almost going into default, has the gall to take a long paid vacation while they leave 4,000 FAA workers with no pay and 70,000 other construction workers also laid off. B oth parties are a disgrace. It is so past time for term limits and to get rid of all of them. All the liberals want to do is spend, spend, spend; and that is what got us into trillions in debt for the first time ever; and (Speaker of the House Nancy) Pelosi and her ilk are still looking at throwing money at the problem which is what got us into this mess to start with. Y ou have a totally inexper ienced president who never had to balance a budget or do anything else, so there is no one in the White House who gets it. Then you got the liberal media that covers up as many mistakes as they can that come from the liberal White House, along with George Sorous, who owns the Democratic Party. It is time for a major change in our country, because it is not going to be our country much longer if we dont. I hope Rick Perry gets into the race for the White House because the lackluster others do not cut it.Gel nail polish may be a problemMy daughter and I were having a manicure when we we re offered a gel nail polish, for $10 more, which would stay on for three we eks. My daughter and I answered, Yes, but how do we r emove it? The answer was straight acetone. The polish stayed on fine. After two weeks the nails we re growing at the base and not too attractive, so I purchased straight acetone. As I was told that acetone would destroy metal, I poured the acetone into a bowl and soaked my nails five minutes ... then 10, rubbing them constantly with a cotton pad, but the polish would not come off! F inally I was able to peel it off which was painful. It took at least an hour, and my nails are ragged looking. S ince gels are a new thing (I just heard it touted on a health awareness program), I want to warn gals to take heed! I wish I had investigated more.RantsF rom page A9

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Melbourne B1 1935 Aurora Rd. Melbourne 255-7781 $5Match Play ALLDAY EVERYDAYNO Coupon Necessary Sun Thurs 9am-1am FriSat 9am-2am New ArcadeT ournamentFriday 7-10:30pm T uesThursSat 1:00 3:30 pmSmoking PermittedPlayers Club ArcadeBINGO EVERY MON & WED 6PM & 8PM SPIN THE WHEEL EVERY TUES & THURS & SUN 8PM & 10PMSMOKIN HOT JACKPOTS!$20 Gets you $2 FREEPLAY All Day, Everyday FREE Wheel Spin If You Are Here At 10:00 am Out & about When the conductor steps to the podium for the Br evard Community Chorus holiday concert, R obert Lamb wont be there. For the first time since becoming conductor in 1998, Mr. Lamb is taking a year off from directing the group. In his place will be a face familiar to local audiences. D avid Vogeding, music director at Eastminster Pr esbyterian Church in I ndialantic and conductor of the Indialantic Chamber Singers, will conduct the Brevard Chamber Chorus for the 2011-12 season. Mr. Vogeding has a bachelor of music degree in organ performance from West Virginia University ands a master of music in organ performance from the University of O klahoma. He has completed course work for his doctorate in musical arts in conducting at that school. He has studied at the Royal School of Church M usic in Croydon, England, and is a member of the American Guild of organists. He spoke recently by phone about his new r esponsibility. C all me crazy, he said. I thought it would be a different challenge, working with a larger chorus. There are some works you couldnt do with the smaller group. The chorus will hold its Christmas program on De c. 10 at the King Center. Mr. Vogeding has a full program for his singers. There will be a lot of smaller works and familiar carols with new and fresh arrangements," he said. There is a beautiful arrangement of Silent N ight, an African folk tune about Bethlehem, a beautiful piece by Berlioz and Joy to the World, in the style of Handel and arranged by John Rutter. Mr. Rutter, an English composer who was commissioned to write a piece for the wedding of Pr ince William and C atherine Middleton, will be well-represented in the concert. The chorus will perform his Candlelight Car ol, and a light-hearted work, The Donkey Carol. I t s in 5/8 time, Mr. V ogeding said. You can sort of picture the donkeys hobbling along. Mr. Vogeding is thinking ahead to the spring concert in May. W e may be doing a M ass by Haydn, Mass in the Time of War, he said. I m also thinking about a major work by John R utter. The conductor is also seeking new performers for the chorus. Anyone interested in singing with a large chorus and orchestra is invited, he said. There is an audition, but it is very easy. While assuming these new responsibilities, Mr. V ogeding will not be giving up his duties with the I ndialantic Chamber S ingers. In July, he and a number of singers from the group traveled to W ashington, D.C., to perform for the Evensong service at the Washington N ational Cathedral. It was the third such invitationonly trip for the group.Space Coast artist Lloyd Behrendt's depictions of space launches V isitors to the Eau Gallie First Friday Art Walk on Friday, Sept. 2 will have the opportunity to view a collection of work just back from a special extended showing at New Y ork City's Amsterdam W hitney Gallery in Chelsea. Local artist Lloyd Behrendt will present his unique visual perspective of the nation's space program at the Highland Art and Studio, 1414 Highland Ave., from 5-8 pm. T he four pieces in the showing depict the end of the space shuttle era and the hand-off to a new age of commercial space flight. T he works include: Sacriflight, a 24 X 20 oil on gelatin silver print original depicting the final launch of S TS-107 Columbia Handoff, a 20 X 24 oil on gelatin silver print original, depicting the landing of STS13 2 Atlantis at Kennedy Space Center Sword from the Stone, a 24 X 20 oil on gelatin silver print original, documenting the maiden launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 commercial heavy lift rocket, as seen from the top of NASA's V ehicle Assembly Building Study for Falcon 9, a 14 X 11 oil on gelatin silver print original, illustrating the basic shape of the halo captured on film during shooting of Sword from the Stone Mr. Behrendt has photographed some 300 launches from Cape Canaveral since 1996. His depictions of the launches are blackand-white silver prints to which he adds transparent oils. He also recently published a book called Birds of Hope ... A Primer for the Future, which uses his artwork to depict the coexistence of Central Florida's man-made space birds with the natural, winged creatures that inhabit the area. T he book will be on sale for $10, with 10 percent of the sales going to the Florida W ildlife Hospital at 4560 North U.S. Highway 1 in Melbourne. Additional information about Mr. Behrendt and his work can be found at www.bluesawtooth.com.Brevard County Manatees final food taste is SaturdayIn an effort to raise money for the Brevard County Manatees Community F oundation, a Rock Out With Yo ur Cook Out food tasting events took place at the stadium, one Saturday a month, from April through August. T he final taste event will be at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 3. A different cuisine was featured each month for fans to sample and vote on their favorite dish. T he first Rock Out With Yo ur Cook Out took place April 16, where five different seafood restaurants participated. Th e next cuisine featured in the Rock Out With Your Cook Out taste was pizza. Next up in the Rock Out W ith Your Cook Out taste was sandwiches, which took place on July 9. The Ma natees hosted their fourth Rock Out With Your Cook Out taste event of the season, on Saturday, July 30. B BQ was the featured cuisine for the month of July. T he Winner Take All taste, with all of the previous Cabana Shores Tiki Bar: J essica Ottway will play 7-10 p .m. Thursday. Cabana S hores Tiki Bar is at 5240 Nor th U.S. Highway 1, Palm S hores. C all (321) 987-8455. Captain Katannas D ockside Restaurant and Bar: J ack Clutterham will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. K atannas 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 live jam is 7:30-10:30 p.m. S unday. The City Limits is at 4851 S. Dairy Road, Palm Bay. C all (321) 723-2222. City Tropics Bistro: 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 6-10 p.m. W ednesday. The Cocoa B each Pier is at 401 Meade Ave ., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4050. Coconuts On The Beach: Mo Geetz will play 7-11 p.m. Fr iday. Coco Locos will play 2-6 p.m., and The MCs will play 7-11 p.m. Saturday. New W orld Beat will play 2-6 p.m. S unday. Johnny Danger will play 7-11 p.m. Monday. Mo Du o will play 7-11 p.m. T uesday. Coconuts is at 225 A tlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 784-1422. Jumps Tiny Tavern: T ake 2 will play 5-9 p.m. Friday. Marc Do bson will play 5-9 p .m. Sunday. Griffin Smith and Offshore Acoustics open mic and jam night is 6-9 p.m. W ednesday. Jumps is at 201 T aft Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 784-7893. Key West Bar: R ed Tide will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fr iday. Pinch will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. Thursday night is jam night and open mic night with Eric Saganov. The Key West is at 2286 H ighway A1A, Indian H arbour Beach. C all (321) 773-1577. Lous Blues: S witch will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Fr iday. The Dont Quit Your Da y Job Band will play 9:30 p .m. to 1:30 a.m. Saturday. The Spanks Band will play 9 p .m. to 1 a.m. Thursday. Lous Blues is at 3191 N. H ighway A1A, Indialantic. C all (321) 779-2299. Malabar Mos: Str obe will play 4-8 p.m. Sunday. Stoney and the House Rockers will play 4-8 p.m. Labor Day M onday. Mos is at 2805 M alabar Road, Malabar. C all (321) 725-8374. Mambos Ocean Deck: STAR SCOPESJames Tucker W eek of 9-2-2011 Aries-March 21-April 19Being a leader has its ups and downs. The key to survival is to be open to change. Sometimes when unexpected events happen that shake your game plan, being flexible will, most of the time, bring positive results. Set short-, mediumand longterm goals, as well. This keeps you focused and on the cutting edge.T aurus-April 20-May 20Y ou never give up. When things dont work out as planned, you take a step back, regroup and then continue moving forward. Your plans are sound. You know what you want. You are on the right track. Keep studying and learning. With all this, plus good timing and a second wind, you are bound for victory.Gemini-May 21-June 21Dont start any new projects until you finish some of the old ones. Keep your eye on the bigger picture. Do what you love. If you dont love some of your activities, either learn to love them or dont do them. Leave the small stuff for later. This is a winning plan and the way master communicators like yourself live.Cancer-June 22-July 22Be patient and go with the flow. You continue to grow in wisdom and confidence. Its because of your large heart. Y ou never give up on your dreams and those you love. Y ou are making progress. T ake it one day at a time. T oday is all we have. Make the most of it. True success all comes down to wise choices.L eo-July 23-Aug. 22Y ou are feeling harmonious with yourself and family goals. You seldom make rash judgments or decisions. Its your clear vision and strong inner guidance that directs you. It is stronger than the lower will. Refuse to get sidetracked on unimportant things and you will continue to rise. Success is on the horizon.Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22Continue your exciting adventures in life. You are earthy, grounded and conscientious. This is the successSee S CENE, B3 See SCOPES, B3Choral director takes on new gig Club Scene Photo courtesy of EauGalliePhoto.comThe Brevard Community Chorus prepares for its new season without long-time director Robert Lamb, who has taken a year's leave. 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winners Shells of Melbourne, Pizza Gallery, Ginas Caf, and Woodys BBQ will face off on the last home game of the season. Mark your calendar for Sept. 3 so you may help determine the best food in town! T he taste will begin at 5:30 p.m. and will conclude at game time. Awa it the winner to be announced on-field after the first inning. Admission to the taste is $5. F or more information, visit ManateesBaseball.com or call (321) 633-9200.F eed A Vet Food Drive and RaffleBenefiting Injured veterans returning from overseas, Diva Angels Brevard County is conducting a food drive and raffle to benefit severely injured war vets who are struggling and fighting for their benefits. T he goal is to provide enough food to sponsor families for both Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday dinners. Raffle monies and donations will be provided to the families in the form of a Walmart gift card to use as needed during the month of December. T here will be select bike night events 6-9 p.m. throughout Brevard County including: Long Doggers Minton Road Thursday, Sept. 8 and Thursday, Sept. 22, and Thursdays, Oct. 6, 20 and 27 and Thursdays, Nov. 3, 10 and 17 Sport Bike Night at Fusion Bistro Wednesday, Oct. 12 Dedicated Riderz sport bike nights at Petras. A collection box is located at Brevard Super Bike, 1600 S. Harbor City Blvd. Melbourne. Donations will be accepted Tuesday through Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Prize will be a asphalt leather motorcycle jacket w/Thinsulate liner. Donations: A bag full of holiday food related non-perishables equals one free raffle ticket. Additional tickets are available for a $5 donation, with $20 for five tickets. Call Diva Michele (321) 960-6666 or Diva Thunder (864) 451-8784 for information.Spills, Thrills and What Nots and Endless Summer exhibitionIn conjunction with local art collaborative Brick & Mortars exhibition Endless Summer: T he Warmth of Nostalgia, the group will screen Spills, Thrills and What Nots Friday Sept. 9 at 8:30 pm. Spills, Thrills and What Nots is a nontraditional surf film featuring pro surfer Dane Reynolds. T he film is gritty and fun, with too many spills to count. Its artistic approach rejects a linear narrative and exposes a rare side of the surf industry. Admission to the screening is $3. Endless Summer: The Warmth of Nostalgia is a month-long exhibition that features Florida photographersStephen WilsonandRich Sullivan, videographerDustin Miller, artistTy W illiams and the craftsmanship of local surfboard shapersRicky Carrolland Larry Mayo. Th rough a variety of mediums, the exhibition explores the zeitgeist (spirit of the times /of the age) of summer and its iconic grasp on Floridas coast. Brick & Mortar curates art exhibitions and events to engage the local community. Th ey are located at 643 Brevard Ave. in Historic Cocoa Village. F or more information, please contact Lindsay K olsch at(850) 766-6958, e-mail lindsay@brickandmortarbuilt.com or visit brickandmortarbuilt.com.Concert will feature the Country Classics Band under the moon and starsT he Florida Department of Environmental Protections Sebastian Inlet State Park will hold the Night Sounds concert series on Saturday, Sept. 10. Hosted by the Friends of Sebastian Inlet State P ark, the concert will showcase the Country Classics Band. T he Country Classics Band has a legendry Nashville sparkle of family-oriented music. T hey play the best of classic country, a little bluegrass and a smidgen of Rock N Roll from the 1950s to the 1990s. T he Country Classics Band covers the music of Willie, Waylon, Haggard, Cash, Hank, George Strait, Chuck Berry and even Jimmy Buffett. T he concert will take place at the pavilions on Coconut Point, located on the south side of Sebastian Inlet. T his event will take place 7-9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10 at Sebastian Inlet State Park, 9700 S. Highway A1A, Melbourne Beach. F or more information about The Country Classics Band, visit www.apacecoastlive.comcalendar/band. F or more information about the concert, please call (321)984-4852 or visit www.floridastateparks.org/sebastianinlet.Melbourne Community Orchestra at Melbourne AuditoriumThe Magic of Musicals, a concert featuring favorites from the musicals genre will be performed at the Melbourne Auditorium Sept. 1 4-15. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and the concerts starts at 7:30 p.m. T he Melbourne Auditorium is at 625 Hibiscus Blvd., Melbourne. F or more information, call (321) 952-9949. FRIDAY, SEPT 2 Mom and baby support group meeting: 11 a.m. to 1 p .m. Friday, Sept. 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30. Eau Gallie Public Library, 1521 Pineapple Ave ., Melbourne. This is a mom and baby support group. B.Y.O.B. (bring your own baby) age 0-12 months. F or more information, call (321) 543-0811 or (321) 255-4304. AARP Chapter 219 meeting: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p .m. Friday, Sept. 2. One S enior Place, 8085 Spyglass H ill Road, Viera. The AARP chapter serving the Viera, Suntree and R ockledge area will hold its monthly meeting at One S enior Place. L unch will be provided. F or information and to RSVP, call (321) 752-7550 or e-mail vnatc.com. Panther Aquatic Center swim lessons deadline: Fr iday, Sept. 2. Panther A quatic Center, Florida I nstitute of Technology, M elbourne. F lorida Techs new Panther Aquatic Center will host swim lessons on Tuesdays and Thursdays in September and October. T wo sessions will be offered. The first session is scheduled for 5-7 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, Sept. 1329, and the second is for 57 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, Oct. 11-27. Each session will consist of six 30-minute classes beginning at 5 p.m. and concluding at 7 p.m. Par ticipants will be divided into different class levels based on swimming skill. Levels of instruction r ange from basic water skills and floating to the r efinement of strokes and diving along with introduction to turns. The maximum amount of participants in each class will be five, with multiple classes of the same level offered. The cost to participate is $45 per session. F or more information or to register, please contact head swimming coach and aquatics director Jeni Ritter at (321) 674-7303 or e-mail jritter@fit.edu. The deadline to register for the first session is Sept. 2, and the deadline for the second session is Sept. 30. Leisure Services D epartment Lipscomb Str eet Park events: Friday: 6:30 p.m. Sept. 2 Spades Club Tuesday: 10:30 a.m. S ept. 6 Young at Heart S ewing Group Wednesday: 10 a.m. S ept. 7 Brevard Senior N utrition Program Wednesday: 5 p.m. Sept. 7 Girl Scouts (youth 817) Wednesday: 5 p.m. Sept. 7 Boy Scouts (youth 817) Lipscomb Street Park is at 3316 Monroe Street, Melbourne. For information, call (321) 674-5725.SAT URDAY, SEPT. 3 United We Standcommunity concert: 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 3. Lipscomb Par k, 3316 Monroe St., Melbourne. U nited We Stand is presented by The Elect Women of God, a nonprofit organization, Saturday, Sept. 3 at 9 a.m. at Melbournes Lipscomb Park. C ost is free. F or more information, call (321) 362-1879 or (321) 216-0627. Murder Mystery Tour: The French Connection: 1-4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 3. R ossetter House Museum and Gardens, 1320 Highland Ave., Melbourne. F riday, September 2, 2011 B2 MelbourneHometown News OPEN 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! BREVARDSNEWEST NOWOPEN OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY, 7 DAYS A WEEKABsInternet Caf Cash Sweepstakes(Located inside Americas Best Value Inn &Suites)4431 West New Haven Ave. W. Melbourne, FL32904321-768-8439FULLLIQUORBARHappy Hour 5-8 pmSENIORS WELCOMEFREEBREAKFASTNew Player Bonus200 POINTSOR HOUSE DRINK/ DOMESTICBEERFREEDOMESTICBEER ORHOUSEDRINK6:00-9:30 AMDailyFor $10.00 Purchase of InternetW ith $10.00 Purchase of Internet TimeW ith coupon Expires 9/16/11Limit one Per PlayerHEROSBONUS300 POINTS Military ID Police Fire Police (Active or Retired)Limit one Per Player CASHSWEEPSTAKES DINING & ENTERTAINMENT Community calendarSee CALENDAR, B4OutF rom page B1 S omeone put our name in and they contacted us, he said. We sent a tape and they said to come and sing. Ive not heard the choir any better. They were fabulous and I was really proud of them. The Brevard Community Chorus will perform at the K ing Center,3865 N.Wickham Road,Melbourne,on De c.10 at 7:30 p.m.For ticket information,call the box office at (321) 242-2219. A uditions for the chorus will begin immediately after r ehearsal on Sept.6 at 7 p.m. in Building 9,Room 160 at Br evard Community Colleges Melbourne campus.For information,call (321) 426-5833.ChorusF rom page B1

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formula. Your life is full. You may outgrow present space and need to expand. Just be sure to let the growth come first. No reason to get top heavy at this point. You are young at heart and love new challenges.Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22Y ou have grown so much this year. Your understanding about the deeper mysteries of life is soaring. Everyone thinks you make it look so easy. If they only knew all the soul searching that came first. Maybe its time for a little R&R. You have earned it. You have found true victory over life. No one is more deserving.Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21Its your turn at the wheel of the zodiac for the next four weeks. This is a time of harvest. You have done a lot to make the present productive. It is time to bring new visions up from spirit and make plans for next year. T his is the way to keep the heart open and motivated. Y ou are an action person with so much gratitude.Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21Y ou have so many blessings. Y ou were born with a strong mind, a wonderful heart and a great spirit. When the universe was created you were one of the role models. You are a loyal friend and companion. You always have a kind word for others with a need. You dont ask for much back. Your guardian angels love you.Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19Expect positive outcomes. Stay out of your own way and good things will always happen. Feel the joy. Look at the brighter side. You have an eager interest in life. You are important to your friends. You lead by example. You smile and love a lot. Prepare for much change ahead. You have made it happen. Enjoy.Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18Sometimes, the universe has a better plan in mind for us than our own. This why it is important to be flexible and have a backup if plan A doesnt work out. You might call this growing pains. You are optimistic. Keep communicating. Listen as well as speak. Steady progress again is on the way.Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20Y our natural passion for life is contagious to everyone. Y ou are the spark that lights our fire many times. You are so highly evolved. You think with your heart and instincts, not your head. No one could have a better friend. Being so deeply in touch with these great values inspires us all to do better. Thanks for being there. Have a starry week, everyone. Hello, smart shoppers! I have a letter from a r eader to share with y ou that Im sure will touch y ou as it did me. She talked about how when soldiers who are stationed in a war z one return from a mission, packages from home especially homemade cookies are received with joy. She learned that my chocolate chip and oatmeal cookies she packed in a food saver and sent to a loved one arrived in fine condition. S he requested more cookie recipes and asked me to remind you that, yes, you can do something for our troops. In her words, The best of America are doing their best! B efore we get to the cookie r ecipes Ill give you another copycat recipe that you must try. Then well preheat the ov en cause were going to whip up some deliciously different cookies for our soldiers.R R E E D L D L O O B B STE STE RS RS C C R R AB ALF AB ALF R R E E D D O O ser ser ves 4 ves 4I have found that most r estaurants have an outstanding dish on the menu. While there are several offerings at Red Lobster that I have a hard time passing up, their Crab Alfredo just cant be beat. Ive tried to duplicate it many times but have found a special kind of crab is necessary for the perfect dish. While in no way inexpensive its a must have for a special occasion. No matter what I order when Im there I must have at least a small portion of this delectable dish. This ones a keeper so dont change a thing. 8 ounces linguini 4 tablespoons butter 4 tablespoons flour 2 cups half and half 1/2-cup grated Parmesan cheese (or more) S alt and Pepper 1 teaspoon or less cayenne pepper 6 (8 ounces) cooked snow crab meat, cut into chunks C ook pasta until al dente; set aside. M elt butter in a saucepan. S tir in the flour until it looks sandy; do not let it color. Whisk in half and half and stir until the mixture forms a thick sauce. Stir in the cheese; season to taste. S immer a few minutes to blend the flavors and stir in the crab meat. Cook just until the crab meat is heated through. Serve over cooked pasta with additional cheese and red pepper flakes on the side. I have found in most cookie recipes that require margarine you can substitute the better-for-you S mart Balance butter substitute. B aking is precise, so pay attention to the instructions. If a recipe says flour, thats it; dont sift. If a recipe says sifted flour, you first sift then measure. If a recipe says flour and then in the instructions says sift flour, y ou first measure then sift. Ne ver shake the measuring cup, that packs the flour. S ounds nit-picky but its not, its the difference between success and failure.S S HAKE HAKE R J R J E E LL LL Y D Y D O O TS TS If you took a poll in my home of everyones favorite cookie after chocolate chip, of course, Shaker Jelly Dots would be the winner. 1 stick margarine or 1/2 cup butter substitute 1/4 cup light brown sugar, firmly packed 1/4-teaspoon salt 1 egg yolk 1/2-teaspoon vanilla 1 cup sifted flour 1/3-cup (about) finely chopped or grated nuts (filberts, pecans or walnuts) J elly In a medium bowl, cream first five ingredients. Add flour; mix. Cover and chill until firm enough to handle. Wo rk with half of the dough at a time, keeping remaining portion refrigerated. Shape one rounded teaspoon of dough into balls about the size of marbles and roll in nuts. Place one inch apart on ungreased cookie sheet. Gently press thumb into center of each cookie to make a shallow indentation. F ill with jelly. Bake at 350degrees until lightly browned, 10-12 minutes. Yield, three dozen cookies.Q Q U U E E E E NS B NS B I I S S C C U U ITS ITS www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 2, 2011 Melbourne B3 **NEW**WEEKLYRAFFLESee Associate for DetailsNo Purchase Necessary P romotions Subject to Change Without NoticeCASH CASHPRIZES PRIZESWHEEL SPIN DAILY 12pm-2pm AND 5pm-7pm One*Free Spin with this ad*Only one ad per person, per week please Offer valid thru 9/8/11**NEW**$3000+ Jackpot**$500 &over to be paid by check next business day914-0745 3830 S. 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Roast Beef & Turkey Baked on Premises Excludes Daily SpecialsGood Mon-Thurs 9/5-9/8. HTN Coupon Required.Cannot be combined with other offersDINNER PURCHASEof $25 or more$5OFF With Purchase of BeverageGood Mon -Fri 9/5-9/9. HTN Coupon Required.Cannot be combined with other offersANY LUNCH($5.99 or more)$1OFF New York Style F amily Restaurant Homemade Food at Family PricesComfort Food Made FromScratchTHIS WEEKS SPECIALS:Monday: Meat Loaf T uesday: Roast Pork W ednesday:Chicken Pot Pie Thursday:Shepherds Pie & Cuban Sandwich Friday: Seafood Reuben SandwichSUDOKU #32 Hours: Mon.Fri 7ampm Sat & Sun 7ampm321725-6855 OPEN LABORDAY 7AM-3PMDINING & ENTERTAINMENT Show your support for our troops with homemade cookies ROMANCING THE STOVEwith the Grammy Guru ARLENE BORG T ed Villarreal will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. The Tiki Band will play 7-11 p.m. S unday. Mambos Ocean Deck is at 1300 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-2271. Millikens Reef: H ot Pursuit will play 5-10 p.m. Friday. Ted Villarreal will play 5-9 p.m. Wednesday. Millikens is at 683 Da ve Nisbet Drive, Port Canaveral. C all (321) 783-0100. Murdocks Bistro & Char Bar: S lick W illie will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. Mur docks is at 600 Brevard Ave., Cocoa. C all (321) 633-0600. Normans Raw Bar & Grill: The M ammoth Band with Sunnyland Steve will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. The Loaded D ice Band will play 7-11 p.m. Saturday. Nor mans is at 3 Forrest Ave., Cocoa. C all (321) 433-0872. Oh Shucks: H oney Miller will play 69 p.m. for the National Kidney Foundation Registration Party. Vintage will play 7-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Oh S hucks is at the Cocoa Beach Pier, 401 M eade Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4050. Off the Traxx: Mo Geetz will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Saturday. Off the Tr axx is at 918 E. New Haven Ave., M elbourne. C all (321) 327-2919. Old Fish House Bar: The Lost River G ang will play 6-10 p.m. Wednesday. The Old Fish House Bar is at 5185 U.S. Hi ghway 1, Grant. C all (321) 727-7007. Pineda Inn: K eith Koelling will play 6-10 p.m. Friday. Rocky James will play 3-7 p.m. Saturday. The Pineda Inn is at 6355 North U.S. Highway 1 (U.S. 1 and S untree Boulevard), Rockledge/Melbourne. C all (321) 751-5311. Pintos Lounge: O pen mic jam session nights will be 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fr iday and 8 p.m. to midnight Sunday. Pintos is at 7555 S. Highway U.S. 1, Ti tusville. C all (321) 269-7665. River Rocks: J erry Zee and Company will play at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. The River Rocks is at 6485 South U.S. H ighway 1, Rockledge. C all (321) 7577200. Sand Dollar Bar: Kar aoke with D anno is every Friday and Saturday night at 8 p.m. The Sand Dollar Bar is at 260 N. Brevard Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-0107. Shady Oaks Lounge: Ki ckin Kountry will play 9 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday and Sa turday. The Shady Oaks Lounge is at ScopesF rom page B1 See ROMANCING, B5SceneF rom page B1

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C ost is $10 per person. The Rossetter House is the scene of the crime! Y ou play the sleuth in this Clue game-based tour. W atch the scenes and use the clues to figure out Who done it? G uess right and enter the drawing for the grand prize. C all ahead for reservations at (321) 254-9855. The event is family friendly.MONDAY, SE PT. 5 Space Coast Area Transit bus routes will not operate on Labor Day,Monday, S ept.5. All regular fixed route service will resume on Tuesday, S ept. 6. Q uestions or requests for further information should be directed to the bus information line at (321) 6331878, (321) 952-4672 for S outh Mainland residents or online at www.RideSCAT.com. Adult coed softball league now forming at Ho ov er Middle School: Br evard County South Area Parks and Recreation is currently accepting registrations for an adult coed softball league at Hoover Middle School, located at 200 Hawk Ha ven Drive in Indialantic. League games are scheduled to be played on Sunday afternoons. The fee of $280 per team includes a 14-game regular season with a single-elimination playoff tournament. The season is scheduled to begin on Sunday, Sept. 11. F or more information, please call South Area Parks & Recreation at 321-2554400. Registration for Christmas Festival of Crafts at Fox Lake Park: R egistration for tables and spaces at the 18th Annual Christmas Festival of Crafts at Fox Lake Park in Titusville, to be held Nov. 19, has begun at the North Area Par ks operations office. S paces under the pavilion are $30 each, plus Florida state sales tax. S paces in the outside area are $20, plus Florida state sales tax. They are limited to two per crafter. All items must be handmade or homemade. A pplication forms are available at 475 North W illiams Ave. in Titusville, by sending a self-addressed stamped envelope, or by email to jill.hill@brevardparks.com. The registration deadline is 4 p.m. on Nov. 10. Max K.Rodes Park Community Center update: The new Rodes Park Community Center is now open and operational, we are curr ently offering free open volleyball 6-9 p.m. Monday evenings and open volleyball 6-9 p.m. Tuesday evenings at a cost of $2. If your team is interested in participating in the firstever adult volleyball leagues, please reply to R andy Detwiler at bcprsouthathletics@brevar dcounty.us. In y our reply, please provide which night you are interested in playing, team contact with phone and email, along with team name if you have one. The leagues will start M onday, Sept. 12. F or more information, call (321) 952-3215.TUESDAY, SEPT. 6 Grandparents raising grandchildren: 10 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 8. Club Esteem, 3316 S. Monr oe St., Melbourne. Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group meeting is at 10 a.m.at Club Esteem inMelbourne. F or information or emergency assistance, please call (321) 631-7776. 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 20. The Monroe Center, 705 B lake Ave., Bldg. D (next to DCF office), Cocoa. Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group meeting is at9:30 a.m. F or information or emergency assistance, please call (321) 631-7776. Square dance classes offered in Melbourne: 6:408:40 p.m. Tuesdays, starting S ept. 6. POW/MIA Community Building, 5995 North U.S. Highway 1, Melbourne. Br evard County Parks and R ecreation is now offering square dancing classes on T uesday evenings from at the POW/MIA Community B uilding, located at 5995 Nor th U.S. Highway 1 in M elbourne. The fee is $5 per class for adults, or $2.50 per class for children younger than 16. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Families are welcome, with discounted rates. D ick Lee is an accredited caller/instructor, and has been involved in square dancing for 25 years. Pr e-registration is r equired, and space is limited. C all (321) 433-3098 for more information or to register. Volunteers needed: M elbourne police are curr ently looking for residents to be a part of the Volunteer Citizens Observance Patrol. A pplications are now being accepted for the VC OP training class. The training involves 40 hours of training, scheduled to start Sept. 13. The training process includes instruction on observation techniques, police procedures, traffic control, safe driving techniques and basic law enforcement rules and regulations. A pplicants must have a v alid Florida drivers license, complete a background check and be willing to volunteer at least 12 hours a month. Mi nimum age requirements is 21 years of age. M ost of the V-COPs are r etired seniors. Those interested should contact volunteer coordinator Jane Meier at (321) 4093362 or at jmeier@melbourneflorida.org. A pplications are available online at www.melbourneflorida.org/police, at the police station located at 650 N. Apollo Blvd. in Melbourne or at the community r elations office located in M elbourne Square Mall, across from Macys.WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7 Foundation seeks mentors for students: 9-11 a.m. W ednesday, Sept. 7 and T uesday, Oct. 11. Brevard C ounty Schools Educational Services Facility, 2700 J udge Fran Jamieson Way, V iera. The Brevard Schools F oundations Take Stock in Children Program will be hosting training sessions for people interested in investing one hour a week as a mentor to help send Brevard P ublic Schools students to college or vocational school. M entor training takes only two hours and will be held at the Educational Services F acility in Viera. I ndividuals who are interested in volunteering as a mentor or learning about T ake Stock in Children are invited to attend. R eservations are required, as seating is limited. P lease call (321) 633-1000, Ex t. 415 to reserve a seat. Federated Republican monthly luncheon meeting: 11 a.m. Wednesday, S ept 7. Holiday Inn (formerly Imperials Hotel), 8298 N. F riday, September 2, 2011 B4 MelbourneHometown News Cash $$$ BINGO DAILY3:00 pm* 7:30 pm**Rules & restrictions apply. UNDERNEWMANAGEMENT UNDERNEWMANAGEMENT $500 $500MATCHPLAY MATCHPLAY* New Members Only 1 Coupon Per PersonBRINGINTHISCOUPON & RECEIVE Adult Gaming Experience4270 Minton Rd.Ste.#116 (Behind Longdoggers & Walgreens)Minton & Palm Bay Road 321-327-2992NEWSTAFFF un &Friendly!Melissa (formerly SevenSeas)Sandi (formerly Starlight)J oin Us Saturday, September 3rd for Entertainment, Promotions,A Buffet and More!LAPTOPGIVEAWAY!(See attendant for details) C OOL FROZEN DRINKS WINE & BEERLIVE MUSIC WEEKENDS Indoor/Outdoor Dining Open 6 Days Lunch & Dinner S eating: 11am 10pm Tue-Sat 11am 9pm Sun CLOSED MONDAYI ntracoastal m.m. 101 www.BonefishWillys.net 2459 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne 321-253-8888 Carryouts A vailable Every Sunday All Day Whole Maine Lobster, Clam & Mussel Boil Whole Maine Lobster, Clam, Shrimp & Mussel Boil Carryouts A vailable 321-724-1741 Great Food Raffle Sales Live Music Crafts Kids Games Rock ClimbingSponsors: Subaru of Palm Bay, Hynes Properties, Courtyard by Marriott, WMEL-AM 920, Melbourne International Airport, the City of Melbourne, Matthew Bronson Century 21, Satellite Beach Lions Club, The Groove Smooth Jazz Radio GREATFAMILY ENTERTAINMENTFRIDAYSEPTEMBER9, 2011 DANCININTHESTREETS! DANCININTHESTREETS! FREE P ARKING FREE P ARKINGEXTENDED HOURS 610 pm EXTENDED HOURS 610 pm One Lb. Fried Fish, Fries & Cole Slaw Dine In or Take Out Mon. thru Weds$6.95Every Day$12951600 S. Wickham Rd., Melbourne409-8217 Now Open 7 Days A Week 11:00am 10:00pmFresh New England Seafood Fried Haddock, Fried Cod, Fried Shrimp, IPSWICH CLAMS, Chicken Picatta over LinguiniEvery Weekend Enjoy the patioSun Mon Tues95Draft Beer T uesday $795 Baked Ziti or LasagnaCRISPY WRAPS MEDITERRANEAN CUCUMBER WITH W ASABI SAUCE CHICKEN TINGA FRESH SALADS MADE DAIL Y TRYOUR CAESAR SALAD OR SHRIMP SALAD ThursdayLOBSTER ROLLS STEAMED MAINE LIVE LOBSTER Kids Eat Free PizzaMon & Tues 1 Slice with Adult EntreeW ednesday Family Night All-You-Can-Eat Pasta & Sauce 1st order includes meatballs or sausage.$6.95 Dine-In OnlyMonday thru W ednesday 21 Hand Breaded Shrimp$11.95 V oted Brevard County's "Best Restaurant with a Waterview"259.31011477 Pineapple Ave. Melbourne www.squidlipsgrill.comSun Thurs 11am 10pm Fri & Sat 11am -Midnight(321)Oak-Grilled Seafood, Steaks, Chicken & More!W ith Coupon Expires 1/31/2011with Purchase of 2 Entres Live EntertainmentFriday & Saturday 2-11 Sunday 2-7 Happy HourSat & Sun 2-5 M-F 3-7 Happy Hour Specials$3.99 Margaritas $1.79 Drafts and More!$10OFFANY PURCHASE OF $30 OR MORE WITH COUPON. CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH ANY OTHER OFFERS EXPIRES 9/16/11 DINING & ENTERTAINMENTCalendarF rom page B26050 S. Babcock St. S.E., P alm Bay. C all (321) 7277004. Spankys Pub: Kar aoke J ones plays at 9 p.m. Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Spankys is at 140 N. B anana River Drive, Merritt I sland. C all (321) 453-0674. Squid Lips: Mo Geetz will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. Johnny D anger will play 2-6 p.m., and All About Nothing will play 7-11 p.m. Saturday. Ja mes McMullin will play 2-7 p .m., and Johnny Danger will play 5-9 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: Open mic with Walter Jay and Texas Fl ood will run 7-11 p.m. Thursday. Steagles Pub is at 1395 Cypress Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 757-8550. Tropical Inn Resort: Y our Time To Shine Kar 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: 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. Editors note To have your v enue listed in the Club Scene,send your calendar to brevnews@hometownnewsOL.com.SceneF rom page B3 See CALENDAR, B6 YOUR LOCAL NEWS & INFORMATION SOURCE

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E-books at Brevard County librariesThe Brevard County Library Systems services have expanded with the addition of eBooks and audio books available to download for free from the library systems website. Br evard County library card holders will now be able to check out and download digital media 24 hours a day, seven days a week from anywhere, by visiting www.brev.org. U sers may browse the librarys website, check out with a valid library card, and download to PC, Mac, and many mobile devices. U sers will need to install free software, depending on their device. T itles can be enjoyed immediately via iPhone or iPad, or transferred to a variety of devices, including iPod, Sony Reader and many others. S ome audio titles can also be burned to CD to listen on-the-go. T itles will automatically expire at the end of the 14day lending period, so there are no late fees. The number of eBooks that can be checked out at one time is limited to three per patron. F or more information,call (321) 633-1801 or e-mail catherine.schweinsberg@br evardcounty.us.Five Guys Burgers & F ries donates $1,175 to Sea Turtle Preservation SocietyThe Bengels Burgers Five G uys Burgers & Fries franchise has continued its community outreach by donating $1,175 to the Sea Turtle Pr eservation Society. Fi ve Guys made a pledge at the beginning of the Brevard M anatees season to donate $5 for every strike-out to the society. The Manatees have 235 strike outs which brought the donation to $1,175. The check was presented Friday, A ug. 19 before the Manatees game. The Bengels Burgers Five G uys franchise has 16 locations in Orange, Osceola, V olusia and Brevard Counties and employs nearly 400 people across Central Florida. The franchise has donated more than $30,000 to the S econd Harvest Food Bank since 2009. They also regularly support various schools, churches and nonprofit organizations. F or more information, visit www.fiveguys.com. F or more information about the Manatees, visit www.manateesbaseball.com. F or more information about the Sea Turtle Preserv ation Society, visit www.seaturtlespacecoast.org/.Central Brevard Humane Society receives fundsThe Central Brevard H umane Society has received funds from two bequests managed by the Community F oundation of Brevard, totaling more than $6,440, to provide for the homeless animals of Brevard. The funds were issued through the F. Turner Munsell Fund, in the amount of $3,210, and the Inge-Britt A dlerstein Animal Rescue F und, in the amount of $3,230. F unds from the Munsell F und are designated specifically for the sterilization of dogs to offset the thousands of dollars spent each month by the Central Brevard H umane Society to spay and neuter shelter animals. F unds from the Alderstein Animal Rescue Fund were designated to provide food, shelter, veterinary care treatment for abused or abandoned animals, and to promote adoption and humane treatment of animals. F or more information,call (321) 636-3343 or visit www.crittersavers.com.Partners in Compassionate Care volunteer trainingH ospice of St. Francis is seeking caring people who would like to become volunteers. Volunteers provide assistance in many different ways, including making friendly visits to hospice patients, providing respite care for homebound patients, running errands and performing many other services. No previous experience is needed. Training is provided at no cost to the participants. V olunteer positions are available throughout Brevard C ounty. A new training class will begin on Monday, Oct. 3. The class will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to noon for three weeks at H ospice of St. Francis Melbourne Office, 4875 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. F or more information and(AU (AU NT J NT J U U N N ES IT ES IT ALIAN S ALIAN S E E S S AM AM E E S S E E E E D C D C O O O O KI KI E E S, N S, N I I B) B) regular and sugar free, 6 dozen regular and sugar free, 6 dozenMy A unt June was a diabetic and found this recipe worked well with a sugar substitute. 4 cups sifted flour 1 cup sugar or equivalent substitute 1 tablespoon baking powder 1/4-teaspoon salt 1 cup shortening 2 eggs, slightly beaten 1/2-cup milk S esame seeds* In a mixing bowl, sift together flour, sugar or substitute, baking powder and salt. Cut in shortening with a pastry blender or an electric mixer on low speed until mixture r esemblescoarse corn meal. Add eggs, mix w ell. Add milk 1 tablespoon at a time. Mix together until smooth and pliable. Br eak dough into small pieces, (they grow). Roll each piece between palms of hands until about 1-1/2 inches long. Roll in sesame seeds. Place on parchment lined cookie sheet about 3/4 inch apart. Flatten cookies slightly. Bake at 375-degrees, 12-15 minutes until lightly browned. *Buy sesame seeds in a health foods store, y ou get a lot more for a lot less. When a recipe is not in my cookbook it will have (NIB) next to the title. F or information about my cookbook,visit my website: www.romancingthestove.net. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 2, 2011 Melbourne B5 CLOCKMAKER CLOCKMAKERWEDOHOUSECALLS!Clock & Watch Repair Center Watch Batteries Installed727-0640 536-4284Appointments Available 238 S. Wickham Rd. Melbourne M-F 9-5 Sat. 9-2 30 Y ears! $3000OFFANY CLOCK REPAIRSwith coupon Exp. 9/16/11Labor Day Special! Ad Sponsored by Community notesSee NOTES, B6RomancingF rom page B3

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Wi ckham Road, Melbourne. The Melbourne Area F ederated Republican W omen will hold its September meeting at The H oliday Inn on Wednesday, Sept. 7. The program will be a presentation on community redevelopment agencies. Are they taking property taxes out of the general fund for uses other than those legislated? Da ve Pasley, a retired IBM executive and active member of the Brevard Fo cus Group, will show facts and figures about the C ommunity Redevelopment Area activity. The room opens at 11 a.m. with social networking. The speaker and program begins at 11:30 a.m. R eservations are necessary by Sept.5 to select luncheon choice. All Republican women to register for the volunteer training classes,please call V icky Hamilton,volunteer coordinator,at (321) 2694240 or (866) 269-4240 (toll free). H ospice of St. Francis is a local, non-sectarian, nonprofit organization. F or more information, visit www.hospiceofstfrancis.com.Jess Parrish Medical Foundation receives gift J ess Parrish Medical Foundation announced a $100,000 gift from Sodexo H ealth Care for the expansion of the Sodexo Room at P arrish Medical Center. The gift will fund the addition of a recognition gallery. Earlier this year, the foundation announced a $350,000 gift from Sodexo to fund Careys Guest House, which will provide lodging/overnight stays for visitors with a hospitalized family member who wish to stay close to Parrish Medical C enter. The new commitment makes Sodexos total gifts and pledges more than $750,000. F or more information about J ess Parrish Medical Foundation,call (321) 269-4066 or visit parrishmedfoundation.com. F or more information about Sodexo,visit www.sodexoUSA.com. Home Instead Senior Care disaster safety preparation checklistO lder adults may be among the most vulnerable victims when hurricanes strike. Thats why Home Instead Se nior Care has issued a disaster safety preparation checklist to help prepare seniors for the possibility of w eather emergencies. Ho me Instead Senior Cares D isaster Prep Checklist For Se niors: Tune in. Contact the local emergency management office. Stay abreast of whats going on through your local r adio or television. Take stock. Decide what y our senior can or cant do in the event of a natural disaster. Make a list of what would be needed. To go or to stay? When deciding to evacuate, older adults should go sooner r ather than later. Make a plan. Schedule a family meeting to develop a plan of action. Include in y our plan key people, such as neighbors, friends, relatives and professional care. More than one way out. S eniors should develop at least two escape routes: one to evacuate their home and one to evacuate their community. Meet up. Designate a place to meet relatives or key support network people outside the house, as well as a second location outside the neighborhood. Get up and Go Kit. Have an easy-to-carry backpack including three days nonperishable food and water with an additional four days of food and water readily accessible at home. Have at least one gallon of bottled water per person per day. Pack extras and copies. Ha ve at least a one-month supply of medication on hand at all times. Make ready other important documents in a waterproof protector. Your contact list. Compile a contact list and include people on a seniors support network as well as doctors and other important healthcare professionals. If you cant be there. If yo u re not living close by to help your loved one, enlist the help of family or friends, or contact a professional caregiving company. F or more information about disaster preparedness,call H ome Instead Senior Care at (772) 205-3900,or visit www.homeinstead.com. F riday, September 2, 2011 B6 MelbourneHometown News Scott L. Olson, President Atlantic Financial Advisors, LLC R egistered Investment Advisor 3682 N. Wickham Rd., Melbourne phone (321) 751-5599 (800) 779-4744 Scott L. Olson, President Atlantic Financial Advisors, LLC R egistered Investment Advisor 3682 N. Wickham Rd., Melbourne phone (321) 751-5599 (800) 779-4744 Scott L. Olson, President Atlantic Financial Advisors, LLC R egistered Investment Advisor 3682 N. Wickham Rd., Melbourne phone (321) 751-5599 (800) 779-4744L ost Your Job?...Retired?Ta ke the Anxiety Out of Retirement!W hen it comes to planning a safe, secure retirement ... EXPERI ENCEMATTERS Helping clients roll over employer plans to personal IRAs for over 33 Y ears Retirement Income Planning Financial &Estate PlanningL ost Your Job?...Retired?Ta ke the Anxiety Out of Retirement!W hen it comes to planning a safe, secure retirement ... 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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. Adv ance reservations are necessary. F or reservations and information, call (321) 727-1212. F or more information,visit www.melbournegopwomen.org. Low-impact aerobics, ab-workout & zumba classes offered: W ednesdays and Fr idays. Br evard County Parks and R ecreation is now offering low-impact aerobics and body toning classes in West M elbourne and ab-workout and zumba classes in West M elbourne and Micco. The low-impact aerobics classes are held on Wednesdays and Fridays from 1 to 2 p .m. at the Rodes Park Community Center. To pre-register for the class or for more information, call (321)266-5102. Z umba Fitness classes are held on Monday and Friday evenings from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Rodes Park Community C enter. The cost is $8 per class. M onthly rates are also available. The Rodes Park Community Center is located inside the new Max K. Rodes Park, 3410 Flanagan Ave., West M elbourne. A b-Workout classes are held on Fridays from 9:30 to 10 a.m. at South Mainland C ommunity Center, and Z umba classes are held 1011 a.m. on Fridays and 6:307:30 p.m. on Wednesdays at the center, located at 3700 Allen Avenue in Micco. The fee is $2 per class for ab-workout and $5 per class for Zumba with monthly r ates available. F or more information or to pre-register, please call S outh Mainland Community Center at (772) 663-8748. Storytime with Miss Sarah: 11 a.m. Wednesday, S ept. 7. Barnes & Noble, 1955 W. New Haven Ave., We st Melbourne. T ales for Tots is every W ednesday morning. Each week a new and unique childrens book with fun activities is highlighted. This weeks selection is Little Mouses Big Secret by Eric Battut. Age group is infant through preschool. F or more information, call (321) 726-8817 or e-mail crm2834@bn.com. Brevard County Legislative Delegation to meet: 3 p .m. Wednesday, Sept. 7. Br evard County Commission chambers, 2725 Judge Fr an Jamieson Way (Building C), Viera. S tate Representative Ritch Wor kman, chairman of the Br evard County Legislative D elegation, has announced that the delegation will meet on Wednesday, Sept. 7 at 3 p .m. The meeting will be held in the Brevard County Commission chambers, 2725 Judge Fran Jamieson W ay (Building C) in Viera. The primary purpose of this meeting is to consider local issues to be presented before the Legislature in 2012. This is the only scheduled meeting of the delegation prior to the 2012 Legislative Se ssion, which begins on J an. 10. Anyone wishing to be placed on the meeting agenda should contact Bethany I liff in Representative Workmans Office in writing, at 33 S untree Place, Suite D, Melbourne, FL 32940 by mail; B ethany.Iliff@myfloridahouse.gov by e-mail; or (321) 757-7021 by fax. T elephone inquiries may be directed to Representative Workmans office at (321) 757-7019.THURSDAY, SEPT. 8 Visiting Nurses offering no-cost blood pressure screenings: The Visiting Nurse Association is offering the following no-cost blood pressure screenings: Thursday, Sept. 8 (BP/BS) 8:30-10 a.m. Ascension M anor, 2960 Pineapple Ave., M elbourne Tuesday, Sept. 13 (BP) 10:30 a.m. to noon. Wickham Senior Center, 2785 Leisure Way, Melbourne Thursday, Sept. 15 (BP) 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Daily Br ead, 815 East Ave, Melbourne Tuesday, Sept. 20 (BP) 10:00 a.m. to noon. Sunflower House, Merritt Square Mall, Suite 201, 777 E. Merritt Island Causeway, M erritt Island F or more information about VNA services, call (772) 567-5551 or visit www.vnatc.com. Diabetes workshop: 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 8. Lake In the Woods, 333 Lake in the Woods Drive, M elbourne The Foundation for Wellness Professionals, a national nonprofit 501C-3 organization of volunteer healthcare professionals, has announced the next in the series of workshops by volunteer Dr. Sal Martingano. On Thursday, Sept. 8 at 10::30 a.m., Dr Martingano will present: How to Prevent, Control or Eliminate Ty pe II Diabetes, free in the meeting room at Lake In the Woods on Woods Drive in Melbourne. The Foundation will provide complimentary r efreshments. Seating is limited. Dr Martingano is a chiropractic physician serving the Brevard community since 1986. H is office, The Family Center for Chiropractic & Wellness Center, is located at 1320 Palm Bay Road. F or more information, call (321) 729-9430. Family caregiver classes offered at Sunflower House in Merritt Island: 1-3 p.m. Thursdays, Sept 8, 15, 22 and 29. Sunflower House, 777 E. Merritt Island Causeway, Merritt Island Mall, M erritt Island. The Sunflower House, along with the East Central F lorida Memory Disorder Clinic, is offering a free fourpart family caregiver education series taught by Patricia D eAngelis, RN. The classes will be held at the Sunflower House on Thursdays in September. T opics will include U nderstanding Dementia B ehavior as the Disease Progresses, Caring for the Car egiver and Communication Techniques, Prevention of Falls and Injuries and Observing and Reporting Medical Health Conditions. Sen ior Care of Brevard and A dult Day Care on Merritt I sland will provide reduced r ate day care at their facilities for loved ones during the presentations. To r egister or for more information, please call (321) 452-4341. Learn the ABCDs of M edicare: 1 p.m. Thursday, S ept. 8. One Senior Place, 8085 Spyglass Hill Road, V iera. Learn more about M edicare at an informative presentation by experts from Health First Plans. This is not a sales meeting, but is an educational presentation to explain the ABCDs of Medicare. This event is only for educational purposes, and no plan-specific benefits or details will be shared. F or more information, call (321) 751-6771 or (321) 4345665. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 2, 2011 Melbourne B7 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! 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Opening Reception, 00% Pure exhibitionThe Fifth Avenue Art G allery invites you to the opening of the exhibit,% Pure Florida 2011 juried exhibition. Artists from all over the state entered this competition, and winners are chosen by a panel from the gallery. The show is always an eclectic montage, highlighting the various talented artists who live throughout the state. W inners in years past have come from as far away as St. Augustine and M iami. V isit with the artists as y ou peruse the artwork and enjoy light refreshments. The reception is 5:30-8 p .m. Friday, Sept. 2. It is free and open to the public. Afterward, continue your stroll down the street to enjoy dinner and other shops, galleries as well as the museum in beautiful Eau Gallie. The exhibition runs through Friday, Sept. 30. The Fifth Avenue Art G allery is at 1470 Highland Ave ., Melbourne. F or more information, call (321) 259-8261 or visit www.fifthavenueartgallery.com. Auditions for Chicago, the Music alThe Titusville Playhouse has announced auditions for Chicago, the Musical. Chicago, the Musical is being presented by special arrangement with Samuel French Inc., New York City. A udition dates and times are Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 6-7, at 6:30 p.m. All auditioning for roles are encouraged to bring appropriate dancewear and dance shoes. Ev eryone will be taught a dance routine for the audition. No experience is necessary. No prepared song or dance routine is necessary. All auditioning will be taught part of a song from the show for the audition. The show dates are Nov. 4-20, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays and the last Saturday, Nov. 19, at 2 p.m. The show may hold over an extra week. W ith six Tony Awards, Chicago has thrilled audiences all over the world. Now Broadways killer musical comes to the Historic Emma Parrish Theater. This torrid tale of fame, seduction, murder and all that jazz is set against the glitzy backdrop of the Roaring s. The Titusville Playhouse is at 301 Julia St., Titusville. F or more information, call (321) 268-1125 or visit www.Titusvilleplayhouse.c om. Rehearsals start for Community ChorusThe Brevard Community Chorus will begin rehearsing for its holiday program and the 2011-12 performing season at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 6, in Room 160, B uilding 9, on the Melbourne campus of Brevard Co mmunity College on W ickham Road in Melbourne. P ain-free auditions will be held over several weeks following the first rehearsal on Sept. 6. P ast singing experience is required and the ability to read music proficiently is highly desired. D avid Vogeding, best known for his conducting of the Indialantic Chamber S ingers, will be directing the chorus for the 2011-12 season, while Robert Lamb takes a year-long sabbatical from the group. C all (321) 426-5833 for more information.Titusville Playhouse presents Woman F rom the SeaW oman From the Sea is a touching family drama that tells the story of a y oung woman named Ellida who is tor n between the dangerous lure of a myster ious stranger from her y outh and the solid comfort of marriage and family. As stepdaughter Bolette chooses between life as muse or married lady, y ounger sister Hilda tries to make sense of the tortured life of grownups. B ut what about Father? W ill Ellida be the wife she should be?Or will the sea ov ercome her? The performance, presented by permission from the playwright, Spence Por ter, based on a play by H enrik Ibsen and directed by J anet Bentley-Hallberg, is rated G. Per formance dates and times are: Fridays and Saturdays, Sept. 9, 10, 16 and 17 at 8 p.m. and Sundays, S ept. 11 and 18 at 2 p.m. Bo x office opens 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday through Fr iday and one hour before show times. The Titusville Playhouse is at 301 Julia St., Titusville. F or information and tickets,call (321) 268-1125 and (321) 268-3711 or visit www.Titusvilleplayhouse.c om.Classic Rock n Roll Art & Photography ExhibitionAnother Classic Rock n R oll Art & Photography E xhibition featuring the artworks of Java John Goldacker will be through Fr iday, Sept. 9 at the King C enter of the Performing Arts lobby, 3865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. F or more information, call (321) 394-6110,e-mail javahnagila@hotmail.com or visit www.sirenband.com or www.helpleetritt.com.Bob Ross painting class offered at Community CenterBr evard County Parks and Recreation will offer a B ob Ross painting class on S aturday, Sept. 10 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Rodes Pa rk Co mmunity Center. The center is located inside the new Max K. R odes Park, 3410 Flanagan Av e. in West Melbourne. The class is taught by certified instructor Barry Tr axler at a cost of $40, plus $10 for supplies. The Bob Ross wet-on-wet technique allows students to leave every class with a complete, ready-to-frame painting. The late Bob Ross was host of the public television series The Joy of P ainting, which ran from 1983 to 1995 and still appears in reruns in many broadcast areas. Dur ing each half-hour segment, Mr. Ross would instruct viewers in the art of oil painting using a quick study oil painting technique that kept colors to a minimum and broke paintings down into simple steps that anyone could follow. To pre-register for the class or for more information,contact Barry at (321) 984-0436 or call the Rodes Pa rk Community Center at (321) 952-3215.Art Gallery of Viera Paper Painting collage workshop Learn the colorful art of collage from Orlando artist Elizabeth St. Hilaire Nelson. S he has won first place in The Artists Magazine all media contest, first place at the Fifth Avenue Gallerys 100 Percent Pure Florida show, and has been featured in Orlando Arts magazine, Winter Park magazine, Cloth Paper Scissors magazine and Orlando magazine. She also appeared on the G ro wing Bolder television show. In this intensive workshop, students will be taught a unique figurative collage technique. Wor king with photo references, students will explore drawing, composition, proportion, value, color and collage application. No prior collage experience is necessary. Some painting would be helpful, but not imperative. The workshop is Sept. 1011, and the cost is $180. The workshop will be at the Art Gallery of Viera at The Avenue, 2271 Towncenter Ave., Suite 101, S pace 400, Viera. To r egister,e-mail BobbiQBrown@hotmail.com or call the Art Gallery of Viera at (321) 504-4343. S ee her work at www.nelsoncreative.com/gallery.Creative cardmaking workshopsCr eative cards and gift making classes have been continues for 1:30-3:30 p.m. M ondays, Sept. 12 and 26 at the Art Gallery of Viera. C ost is $12, which includes all superior quality tools and materials. I nstructor is Ree Nathan, who is experienced in fiber arts, stained glass, and is r ecently retired after teaching choral music in Brevard schools for 34 years. Ms. Nathan has been teaching card-making, scrapbooking and gift-making techniques for the past four years. The Art Gallery of Viera is at Art Gallery of Viera, 2271 To wn Center Ave., Space 400, Viera. F or more information,call (321) 961-2350,(321) 5044343 or e-mail r eenathan@bellsouth.net artgallerycards.blogspot.co m Adult acrylic painting classes Enjoy some me time experimenting with acrylics! E xpress yourself creatively and complete a painting that is uniquely yours. There is no mandatory painting to follow. Bring a photo of what youd like to paint. S tep by step, individual instruction and feedback are covered. All skill levels are welcomed, especially beginners. C ost is $25 per class and includes everything. Just show up. (Cost is $20 if bring your own materials.) Classes are Monday mornings, 9 a.m. to noon at the Art Gallery of Viera, starting Sept. 12, and Friday evenings, 4:30-7:30 p.m. at the Hobby Lobby in Viera starting Sept. 16. The Art Gallery of Viera is at 2271 Towncenter Ave., S uite 101, Space 400, Viera. The Viera Hobby Lobby is at 7201 Shoppes Drive, S uite 101, Viera. F or more information,call Chelly Harkness at (321) 432-5414,or e-mail ChellyHar kness@hotmail.com. Original artwork displayed at Viera Government CenterV iew a collection of S pace Coast resident Jessie S iberts paintings at the V iera Government Center. H is large body of artwork is increasing daily and filling his studio. Fo r a limited time, Jesse S ibert is offering quality, original artwork at affordable prices. H is creations will be displayed on all three floors of Building C in the Government Center, Viera, through Thursday, Sept. 15. To purchase paintings, call Lynne Brezina at (321) 690-6817 or visit her in Bu ilding C on the third floor. Ar tists and area businesses interested in participating in the Art in Public P laces Program can contact L ynne Brezina at (321) 6906817 or e-mail lynne.brezina@artsbrevard.org.Ikebana classAn introductory class for I kebana Japanese flower arranging will be for six we eks on Wednesdays, 10 a.m. to noon, starting Sept. 21 at the Eau Gallie Public Library, 1521 Pineapple Ave ., Melbourne. C ost is $50, with flowers included. F or more information, call (321) 779-5225.Opening of the 60th anniversary theatre seasonM elbourne Civic Theatre announces the opening of the 60th anniversary season with Leading Ladies, by K en Ludwig, directed by: P eg Girard. S et in the 1950s, two English Shakespearean actors, J ack and Leo, find their careers in a rut. They are currently performing Scenes from S hakespeare on the Moose Lodge circuit in the Amish country of Pennsylvania. How ever, when they hear that an old lady in York, P enn., is about to die and leave her fortune to her two long-lost English nephews, they resolve to pass themselves off as her beloved relatives and get the cash. H ilarity ensues when it turns out the relatives are actually nieces, not nephews. Things get even more complicated when Leo falls madly in love with the old ladys vivacious niece, whos engaged to the local minister. Its a farce. T here is no deep meaning here, no drama, just fun. Come and laugh. Its good for you. The cast includes: Adrian C ahill as Leo, Alfie Silva as J ack, Holly McFarland as M eg, Kelsie Curry as Audrey, S teve Costner as Butch, Bill Car ter as Doc, James Prosser as Duncan and Donna Furfar o as Florence. The show is directed by P eg Girard, set designer is Ga ry P ostlethwait, technical director & light designer is Alan Selby and sound designer is Wendy Reader. Sh ow dates are through S unday, Sept. 25, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m., and S undays at 2 p.m. The Melbourne Civic Theatre, LeGallerie Plaza, is at 817 E. Strawbridge Ave. in M elbourne. F or more information or tickets,call the box office at (321) 723-6935. F riday, September 2, 2011 B8 MelbourneHometown News SPECIAL VISITOR RATES AVAILABLE AT: 772828-4100Dont Miss the Fort Pierce Downtown FARMERS MARKET!Saturday, 8 am 12 noon, YEARROUND...rain or shine!Come to the Market...It's a Saturday Morning Tradition!!! A true Green Market featuring various produce vendors including organic, hydroponics, and local farmers; citrus products, tropical plants, herbs, oils & soaps, jams & jellies, baked goods, breakfast sandwiches, coffees & teas, and much more! 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( Editors note: If the information below is incorrect or no longer valid,please contact Hometown News at (321) 242-1013.) Adult Children Caring for Parents: 5:30-6:30 p.m. first Thursdays. 4676 N. W ickham Road, Melbourne. C all (321) 253-4430. All Caregivers support group: 1-2:30 p.m. Thursdays. Brevard Alzheimers F oundation, 4676 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. C all (321) 253-4430. Care for the Caregiver: 2-3:30 p.m. Tuesdays. One S enior Place, 8085 Spyglass H ill Road, Viera. C all (321) 752-2534,or visit www.oneseniorplace.com. Caregiver support groups: 10:30-11:30 Tuesdays and 11:00 a.m. to noon Thursdays. Leezas Place, 3661 S. Babcock St., Melbourne. C all (321) 9517118. Compassionate Friends: 7 p.m. third Tuesdays. C ourtyard by Marriott, 2101 W. N ew Haven Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 6107875. Dementia care tutorials: 3-5 p.m. third Thursdays. Br evard Alzheimers Foundation, 4676 N. Wickham R oad, Melbourne. C all (321) 253-4430. Divorce Recovery: 7-9 p .m. Tuesdays. East Minster Pr esbyterian Church, 109 N. Riverside Ave., Indialantic. C all (321) 302-0717 or visit www.divorceandrecovery.o rg. Family Memories: 1:303:30 Thursdays. Leezas P lace, 3661 S. Babcock St., M elbourne. C all (321) 9517118. Fibromyalgia support group: 11:30 a.m. third Tu esdays. Meets for lunch at various restaurants in the M elbourne area. C all (321) 729-9563. Friend of Friends support group: 7 p.m. first T uesdays. Holmes Regional M edical Center Cancer Program Office, 1350 S. Hickory S t., Melbourne. C all (321) 434-8615. Good Grief Breakfast Club: 9-10:30 a.m. first and third Thursdays. Bob Evans R estaurant, 895 Palm Bay R oad, West Melbourne. C all (321) 751-6671. Legacy Harbor Caregiver support group: 10-11:30 a.m. second and fourth Thursday. One Senior Place, 8085 Spyglass Hill Road, V iera. C all (321) 253-6320. Live Life Now: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. fourth Tuesdays. H olmes Regional Medical C enter Cancer Program www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 2, 2011 Melbourne B9 Answers located in Classified Section Locator Line. Shopping Line321.727.8062 504-7776$997032 Stadium Pkwy, V iera R eceive the bestgreen fee pricing year roundGUARANTEED up to 20% off! USGAAnnual Handicap Service A utomatic access to Durans Loyalty Reward Program Complimentary size upgrade on range balls OR $100 off annual range membership Much, Much More!Annual Crown Card Program $250 ww.durangolf.com SingleNOW!Crown Card ProgramThe Most Exceptional Value in Golf!Durans Crown ClubAnnual MembershipJust Reduced! Just Reduced! As I write this, I am breathing a huge sigh of relief. Hurricane Ir ene is skirting our coast, some 180 miles to the east and moving away. Unfortunately, our good luck will likely prove to be someone elses bad luck. While watching Irenes progress over the past several days, I began to formulate my plan to protect my family and home. I also thought about what goes in to r eadying a golf course for a storm. With your average golf course taking up about 150 acres of land, there has to be a lot involved in preparing for an event such as Irene. I called a few course superintendents and got an idea of the mind-numbing scope of such a task. A golf course presents a myriad of objects for a storm to blow around and destroy. There are flags, ball washers, water coolers, trash cans, signs and lots of trees. Any of these things can become deadly projectiles in hurricane-force winds. While many people enjoy living on a golf course, they dont want a tee sign crashing through a window or into their car or the side of their home. At H ammock Creek Golf Club in Palm City, there has been a plan in place for over a decade. Its been put into motion before and if Irene had been more of a threat there, it would have been again. All the flags, ball washers, r akes, signs, etc. will be brought in and stored in the cart barn, maintenance building or the clubhouse. The equipment will be gassed up and the fuel tanks on-site will be topped off. The golf carts will be put on to charge so that they have full power when they are needed after the storm. Golf carts become a great way to get around should y ou need to save fuel in your cars and trucks. As soon as the course is secure, the staff will be sent home so that they have plenty of time to prepare their own homes for the storm. One item that I didnt think of was the rope and stakes that are usually put out to direct golf cart traffic on certain areas of holes. Having these flying through the air to be wrapped around whoknows-what is not a pleasant thought. There are also portable toilets on some courses that need to be brought in. While these may come in handy should potable water and sewers not be flowing in the days after a storm, they become a large missile when winds reach high speeds. S ome courses have more than just the golf course and clubhouse to worry about. M any have pools and tennis courts as part of the facility. At the PGA Country Club in S t. Lucie West, the staff will sink all of the pool furniture in the pool itself. Windscreens and nets will be r emoved from the tennis courts. In addition to all the wind damage that comes with a hurricane, you also have a tremendous amount of rain, which means flooding. Golf courses are designed to drain w ell and have ponds and lakes to store the water. H opefully, the lakes will be able to handle theextra work. Once the storm has passed, the courses staff will survey the damage. Chain saws will be cranked up to r emove felled trees and other debris. Insurance companies will be contacted, but everyone realizes that the course comes second to peoples homes. Getting the course back up and running will be secondary to helping out those in need. Golf course owners and workers consider themselves part of their communities and would most definitely lend a hand to their neighbors who need help with cleanup or damage. Im thankful that I didnt have to trade my driver and putter for a hammer and nails this week. I only wish that our good luck didnt mean that others have to suffer. When it comes to storms such as Irene, r emember that your safety and that of your family is worth far more than anything else in this world. The r est is just stuff. Ja mes Stammer has been an avid golfer and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years. He hosts the Thursday Night G olf Show on WSTU 1450AM.Contact him at stammergolf@yahoo.com. It takes a lot of work to prepare golf courses for hurricanes GOLFJAMES STAM MER Support Groups See SUPPORT, B10

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F riday, September 2, 2011 B10 MelbourneHometown News To send your letters to the editor, e-mail them to newsML@hometownnewsol.com or fax them to (321) 242-1281. Or you can send letters to: L etters to the editor, 3 80 Wickham Road N., Melbourne, FL 32935. L etters must include a phone number and home address for verification. Letters sent without phone numbers and addresses will be published in the Rants & Raves section. We welcome your opinionsOffice, 1350 S. Hickory St., Melbourne. C all (321) 434-8615. Living With Loss innovative hospice: 2-3:30 p.m. second and fourth T uesdays. One Senior Place, 8085 Sp yglass Hill Road, Viera. C all (321) 751-6671. Lymphedema support group: 6:30 p.m. second Thursdays. Call for location. C all (321) 752-1500. Mended Hearts Chapter 264: 12:30 p.m. second Saturdays. Auditor ium at Holmes Regional Medical C enter, Melbourne. C all (321) 2547218. Men Only support group: 9:30-11 a.m. Mondays. Brevard Alzheimers F oundation, 4676 N. Wickham Road, M elbourne. C all (321) 253-4430. Never Alone: 7 p.m. Mondays for singles. Peace Lutheran aChurch of P alm Bay, 1801 Port Malabar Blvd., P alm Bay. C all (321) 727-3131. New Beginnings:Journey from grief to new life: 10-11:30 a.m. first and third Mondays. Franklin De Groodt Library, 6475 Minton R oad, Palm Bay. C all (321) 751-6671. Parkinsons Support Group of Brev ard: 1:30 p.m. fourth Thursdays. Eau Gallie Library, 1521 Pineapple Ave ., Melbourne. C all (321) 7510444. Recovery,Inc: 10 a.m. to noon Fr idays. His Place Ministries, U.S. 1 at Strawbridge Ave., and 7:30 p.m. M ondays at 268 Babcock Road, Melbourne. C all (321) 722-2738. Safe Place support group: 10 a.m. first and third Thursdays. West Melbourne Library, 2755 Wingate Blvd., W est Melbourne. C all (321) 2532222. Safe Place Evenings: 6 p.m. third Thursdays. Wuesthoff Hospice, 8060 Sp yglass Hill Road, Viera. Call (321) 253-2222. Sit & Fit Exercise: 2-3 p.m. W ednesdays. Leezas Place, 3661 S. 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