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T en years have passed since 9/11, when violent acts of terrorism targeted our landmarks, country and people. Even after a decade, the event remains etched in the memories of Americans and people around the world. On Sunday, Sept. 11, Br evard County residents will gather at the Space C oast Stadium in Viera to commemorate the 10-year anniversary of the attacks at Brevard Remembers 9/11, hosted by the Suntree-Viera Area Association of Churches. V eterans, active military, firefighters, police, emergency responders, and business and government leaders will join attendees to honor victims and their families. G ates open at 12 p.m., with the program beginning at 1 p.m. G ina Incandela, who rose to fame as the Orlando M agic's 9-year-old lucky charm, will kick off Brevard R emembers 9/11 by singing the national anthem. Though diagnosed with autism at age 2 with the possibility of never being able to speak, Gina has performed at major sporting events across the country. R etired U.S. Army Col. D anny M cKnight will serve as master of ceremonies at the event. Mr. McKnight was a commander during the B attle of Mogadishu, a Bl ack Hawk helicopter raid into Somalia in 1993 to capture warlord Mohamed F arrah Aidid. As Brevard C ounty's top law enforcement officer, S heriff Jack Parker believes America has become safer since the terrorist attacks of 9/11. How ever, that security can be threatened at any time, Sheriff Parker said. So authorities are striving daily to stay a step ahead of potential attackers. T errorists know no international borders. For example the 9/11 hijackers roamed freely throughout several countries. Therefore, local, state and national law enforcement agencies must cooperate to take a unified stand against terrorism, S heriff Parker said. "Q uite frankly, at that time there was a breakdown in sharing information between local and federal agencies, because our missions are somewhat different," Sheriff Pa r ker recalled of the y ears before 9/11. "B ut public safety has improved since 9/11. There has been a largescale effort by law enforcement and fire r escue personnel to say, How can we work better to share information?' S heriff Parker said. Law enforcement agencies were fragmented and diversified before 9/11, Sheriff Parker r ecalled. "S ometimes, the information was oneway," Sheriff Parker said. The local agencies would forward intelligence information and never know what happened with it. The federal agencies may have the grand vision, but it's the local guys who are going to see what is happening, see the 672242 668205 MELBOURNE Ho w weird is that?!? S pend any time surfing the Web and you are bound to find stories that are just too bizarre to be true. He r e's a sampling, edited for length. And remember, just because it's online doesn't mean it's true! Fr om news.yahoo.com: H undreds of panties turn up along Ohio road A uthorities in central O hio are trying to solve a panties puzzle: Why were hundreds of pairs of mostly women's underwear dumped along the side of a r oad? F airfield County Deputy Ga ry H ummel said the undergarments were found GOLFERS L OVE DRIV ERSNew ideas and materials to help hit the ball farther and straighter. P ageB9 INSIDE ENTERTAINMENTB1 IN DEXCELEBRATE SOUSACalendarB6 ClassifiedB10 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Star Scopes B1 V iewpoint A6 RO MANCING THE STOVE B5Low-fat beef stew and frosting in a flashV ol. 8, No. 7 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Sept. 9, 2011 50% Gift Certificate Program50% Gift Certificate Program 50% Gift Certificate Programwww.hometownnewsol.com www.hometownnewsol.comCheck Daily for Specials See WE IRD, A2 H OW W EIRD IS THAT?!SE AN MCCARTHY A decade later: Brevard still remembers Remembering 9/11 Firefighters and rescue crews search through the rubble for those lost in the wreckage at ground zero, following 9/ 11.T wo Brevard County firefighters recall memories of ground zeroIt 's been 10 years, but Br evard County Fire R escue Lts. Rick Broccolo and Keith Schneider can still remember every detail from that monumental w eek. It 's been 10 years, but the sights the lifeless bodies of once-missing firefighters being carried out by their brothers; the smells persistent dust and mounds of debris; and the sounds relentless rescue crews battling through the never-ending rubble, will be forever etched in their minds. B oth men traveled to N ew York City on Sept. 12, 2001, and spent the next three days at ground zero, joining thousands of others in the search and r escue efforts that followed the attacks on the World Tr ade Center. A now 12-year veteran of Br evard County Fire R escue, Lt. Broccolo and his crew had just returned from a call the morning of S ept. 11 when they got word of what had happened. When they first showed the towers being hit, I thought I was going to be sick," Lt. Broccolo said. "J ust knowing what had occurred and that so many of my guys could have been there it just really shook me up." A New York native of nearly 30 years, Lt. Broccolo has a cousin and dozens of friends who are New Yo rk City firefighters. It didn't take long before he made the decision to head back home. "I t was just an overwhelming pull that made Melbourne professor fosters understanding of MuslimsDr Muzaffar A. Shaikh, head of the Engineering S ystems Department at F lorida Institute of Technology, shakes his head at so-called "Islamophobia" in the United States and other Western nations. Dr Shaikh may be a peace-loving, politically moderate, and highly r espected professor at FIT, but he recalls feeling a twinge of fear when antiM uslim hostility arose after 9/11. M uslim-Americans are an integral part of many American cities several M uslims serve in the U.S. C ongress but fear and ignorance still prevail when it comes to the M uslim culture and faith, Dr Shaikh said. What happened in 2001 is certainly a very deplorable act," Dr. Shaikh Sheriff lauds Brevard security measures after 9/11 Sheriff ParkerEvent at Space Coast Stadium will commemorate 10year anniversary of 9/11By Meagan McGone and T ammy Robertsmmcgone@hometownnewsol.com troberts@hometownnewsol.com See STADIU M, A2By T ammy Roberts Senior Staff Writertroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee LIEUTENANT, A5Followers of Islam seek same goals as Americans,he saysBy Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.comPhoto by Dan GarciaDr. Muzaffar A. Shaikh, a professor at FIT, says of 9/11: "What happened in 2001 is a very deplorable act."See P ROFESSOR, A3Jack Parker is liaison between federal government and Brevard agenciesBy D an Garcia dgarcia@hometownnewsol.comSee SHE RIFF, A2

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suspicious purchases and interrupt the terrorists. Local agencies have to be educated and trained and be part of the solution. That's what 9/11 did for us, it was an awakening," the sheriff said. S ince 9/11, Sheriff Parker has served on the Regional Domestic Security Task Fo r ce and on the Central F lorida Task Force, efforts ov erseen by the U.S. D epartment of Homeland S ecurity. Additionally, S heriff Parker served as Br evard County's public safety director from 1997 to 2004. As a result, he has a unique perspective on how agencies can pool resources in the wake of 9/11. F or example, a criminal suspect may be linked to activities in other jurisdictions, but only a cooperative effort will detect that. "S ome of the data may come from a patrol officer in Cape Canaveral at 2:30 in the morning," Sheriff Parker said. "The patrol officer might pull over a van and see some suspicious behavior. "H e can send that report, and it gets compiled with other reports, and it might be something that involves that person in other jurisdictions. When the dots are connected, you are able to intervene with an investigation and stop them in their tracks," Sheriff Parker said. The creation of FBI-driven fusion centers" to pool law enforcement data developed since 9/11, the sheriff said. S heriff Parker said 9/11 spurred cooperation among the FBI, CIA, U.S. Immigration and Naturalization and the U.S. Border Patrol. Law enforcement was very jurisdictional," Sheriff Pa r ker said. "But over the last couple of decades, crime has become much more fluid, especially because of technology. So we have to work together and share information." Is the nation safer since 9/11? "I feel safer knowing all the things that have been put in place," Sheriff Parker said. "But you're always anticipating the next event, the next challenge. "I f any good could come out of this terrible, tragic situation, it's that we as a country are much better prepared and much better at communicating today," S heriff Parker said.SheriffF rom page A1 F riday, September 9, 2011 A2 MelbourneHometown News 758295 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 758296The 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! Youll be able to sit on your porch while enjoying the incredible views of whitetail red stag, axis and sika that you wont find anywhere else in Florida! 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Cell: 772-971-9816 mrarealty71@bellsouth.net10550 NE 224th Street (Orange Ave) OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, FL 34972 The OutdoorEntertainmentThe Clubhouse 672010 671769 672505Robert Krieg, Swiss CraftsmanOn the web! www.swisscraftsman.comFURNITUREREFINISHING Great Pricing On Kitchen Cabinet RefinishingDONT BUY NEW...REFINISH!626-4836 1271 W. King St. (SR520) Cocoa Andy Stefanek/ staff photographerColor guards from Vietnam Vets of America Jim Rufino and Hank Bornemann, both from Viera, and Bill and Norma Cox of Cocoa, representing Some Gave All Inc, gather at Space Coast Stadium, standing with an I-beam from the World Trade Centers and a 9/11 panel with names of victims. The Brevard Remembers 9/11 event will take place at the stadium at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 11, to remember loved ones lost on Sept. 11, 2001 and support their familes.Mr. McKnight encourages people to head to the Space C oast Stadium on Sept. 11. "I t' s extremely important that we as a nation not forget the sacrifices associated with the freedoms and privileges of being a United S tates citizen," Mr. McKnight said. In addition to presentations by Sept. 11 survivors and national officials, Br evard Remembers 9/11 features a Moving Tribute inscribed with names of victims, military flyovers, music, entertainment, food and art, according to www.brevardremembers.co m Pr ior to the event, the A VET Project, a nonprofit assisting military members and their families, will host a 5K walk, run or bicycle r ide at the stadium at 8:30 a.m. Throughout the 5K, a timeline of the events that unfolded on Sept. 11 will be displayed. To sign up, visit the Running Zone at 3696StadiumF rom page A1 See STADIU M, A9in trees and on hillsides in several spots this week on a r oad in Berne Township. He says some of the panties we re still folded the way they'd come in packaging, while others appeared to have been worn. There were nearly 1,700 pairs in all, in a mix of colors and patterns. H ummel says when collected, they filled 10 large trash bags. He says investigators are "baffled" as to where the panties came from. Fr om kmov.com: Alaskan woman punches bear in the face to save pet A Juneau, Alaska, woman says she knows it was stupidSee WE IRD, A3W eirdF rom page A1

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to punch a black bear in the snout to save her dog. But Br ooke Collins says the attack happened so fast that all she could think about is keeping her dachshund, F udge, from being killed. The 22-year-old says as soon as she let her dogs out Sunday, Fudge started barking and she saw the bear carrying him like a salmon. C ollins told the Juneau Empire she did the first thing she thought of and punched the bear's face and scooped away her dog when it let go. The startled bear took off through bushes to a mountain. Fudge suffered some claw and bite marks, but they weren't deep. C ollins says he appeared to be more shocked than injured. Fr om aolnews.com: P ublic R estroom in Boston to R eopen as Sandwich Shop B oston's "Pink Palace" once served as a restroom. No w it will serve sandwiches. City officials announced W ednesday that the 1920s Gothic structure on Boston C ommon best known as an unused men's lavatory has been leased to become a r estaurant. Earl of Sandwich, a Florida-based chain, signed a 15-year contract to convert the structure into a take-out joint, scheduled to open later this year or early next year following renovations. Supporters of the deal figure the idea of a latrineturned-fast-food stop actually won't be too unsettling, considering the 660-squarefoot "Palace" hasn't been used as a restroom in decades. "This is a great opportunity to transform a unique unused space into an active business, while contributing to the vitality of the Boston Common," B oston Parks Department commissioner Toni Pollak said in a statement. "This project will allow us to preserve a historic building while also bringing new life to the park for all visitors to enjoy." Fr om sfgate.com: W ashington man lights beehive on fire after sting A Washington state fire chief says a man dumped gasoline on a beehive in a tree in retaliation for a bee sting, then ignited the hive, causing an explosion heard throughout his suburban neighborhood just a few miles south of the Canadian border. Lynden chief Gary B aar tells the Bellingham He r ald that the Sunday night fire caused a large "whoosh," singed the tree and killed the bees but no people were hurt. Baar says the man's friend had been stung earlier in the day. The fire chief says, "The correct way to do that is to call a beekeeper." Firefighters explained that to the homeow ner, and the newspaper says it doesn't appear that that the man will be cited. Fr om msnbc.msn.com: G olfer mistaken for clown charged with DWI in NY A Massachusetts man whose colorful golf attire was briefly mistaken for a clown outfit has been charged in New York with driving a golf cart while drunk. 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"S o why single us out and put us down?" he said. Dr Shaikh said animosity persists even though M uslims and Christians have lived together for thousands of years. He r ecalled serving on a r adio show panel after 9/11, when a caller complained of suffering kidney pain. When the host explained that Dr. S haikh is a professor, there to explain the Muslim faith, the caller replied, "Ship him back!" Dr Shaikh said Muslims have much in common with Christians. Muslims believe in Allah, or God, and believe in heaven, but their prophecies differ from the Bible's. As the world's secondlargest religion (behind Christianity), the Muslim faith is practiced in India, I ndonesia, Bangladesh, P akistan, Lebanon, Syria and other countries. "O nly 15 to 20 percent of the Muslim population is Arabs," Dr. Shaikh said. S till, Dr. Shaikh recalls the intimidation of all Muslims after 9/11. That's our challenge, convincing people that we are not different from any other community," Dr. S haikh said. "We, too, are striving to make a living. "S ome of these people who say These guy are taking over,' maybe their physician is a Muslim, or their professor is a Muslim." Dr Shaikh said the Koran does not advocate world domination by the Muslim culture. He said the Koran r efers to Christians as ansari," or "friend." "O ur holy book, the Koran, very clearly states that there is no compulsion in religion, there is no force," he said. "If some people in the past took the bull by the horns and misinterpreted the verse that's not Islam." Dr Shaikh said some Americans mistakenly believe that Islam's goal is domination." "I f you look at the story of Je r icho in the Bible or stories in any other religion -there have been wars in every religion. "B ut that doesn't mean I slam is here to take over that's absolutely untrue," he said. B laming 9/11 on all M uslims is like blaming all Christians for the domestic terrorism of Timothy Mc V eigh in Oklahoma City or David Koresh in Waco, T exas, he said. Dr Shaikh said he prefers to focus on the similarities among Christians and M uslims. "M uslims worship the same God as the God of Ab r aham, the God of Jesus," he said. "W e may call him different names, but he is God the father," Dr. Shaikh said, adding that Jesus and Moses are mentioned prominent in the Koran. Dr Shaikh, a member of the Islamic Society of Br evard County, said he came to the United States in 1966 intending to stay three y ears for college, but three y ears became 45 years, and he was naturalized in 1977. "M y children were born here, my grandchildren we re born here, this is my home," he said. "The most wonderful people in the world are Americans." One of his proudest achievements was receiving the Kerry Bruce Clark Award as outstanding professor at FIT. "U nfortunately, we're under the scope, just like the Japanese and the Blacks we re and we just have to go through it," he said. Dr Shaikh, who has been on the FIT staff for more than 25 years, said that when 9/11 occurred, "I had never looked at my skin. "B ut a few days later, I said, Hey, this is me.' Once people realize we're just normal people, it will turn. R emember, terrorism has no religion." W eirdF rom page A2ProfessorF rom page A1 See WE IRD, A9 674513FREE Legal Advice Clinic W ednesdays 3:00 pm to 7:00 pmFREEF oreclosure & Bankruptcy Clinic Fridays 8:45 amCall in advance to qualify for the clinics by calling (386) 255-6573 x 2445

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F or years to come, many of us will still recall where we we re and exactly what we we re doing the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. F or most, the images, thoughts and emotions associated with the 9/11 terrorist attacks won't soon be forgotten. T en years later, we asked some Brevard County r esidents to call to mind what they remember from that life-changing morning. P at Brown, ex ecutive director of Keep Brevard B eautiful "O n the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, I was here at the K eep Brevard Beautiful office when one of our employees received a phone call from her husband about the first plane crashing into the twin towers. As we watched the events unfold on TV and r ealized our country was under attack, my thoughts w ent to the Kennedy Space C enter. I became very concerned that KSC could possibly be one of the next targets and feared for my husband, our space center, my family and community. It was a very unsettling day for our country. I did a lot of praying." Br ooke Deratany G oldfarb, president of P eaceful Beach Mediation & Collaboration in Indialantic "We were living in the W ashington, D.C., area, and I was home on maternity leave with our first child. I r emember feeling afraid, but at the same time determined that my daughter would not grow up to be afraid or cowed by terrorists. So, I sat on the bed and sang to her over and over all the patriotic songs I could think of, listening myself to the words I was singing, as if hearing them for the first time, understanding them with new meaning." Da ve Be rkman, mayor of I ndialantic "I was at work at Northrop Grumman that morning when word spread that one of the twin towers was hit by a plane. I ran upstairs to our By M eagan McGone and T ammy Roberts mmcgone@hometownnewsol.com troberts@hometownnewsol.com Throughout Brevard, organizations are literally picking up the pieces from the aftermath of 9/11. The pieces are steel r emains from the destroyed W orld Trade Center. Several local groups obtained the steel to create memorials in honor of those who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks. In V iera, Brevard County Fi re R escue Station 48 plans to unveil its 1,821-pound piece of steel on Sunday, S ept. 11, at 11 a.m. The ceremony will also feature the Brevard County Fire R escue Honor Guard, bagpipers, and speeches by Fi re Chief Larry Collins and Br evard County District 4 C ommissioner Mary Bolin. Lt. Tyler Cox, project coordinator of the memorial, described the steel as a vertical I-beam that supported concrete flooring. Obtaining it wasn't easy. Lt. Cox submitted an application for a steel artifact more than two years ago, after a firefighter approached him regarding the possibility of obtaining steel through the Port A uthority of New York and N ew Jersey. The Port A uthority was giving away more than 1,200 pieces of the World Trade Center to select government agencies and nonprofits, and Lt. Co x' s younger brother, Jeff, r eceived the first one on behalf of Windermere. "H aving known the process because of my brother, I helped gather the information and application with Fire Chief Larry Collins to get a piece for Brevard C ounty," he said. In D ecember 2010, the Po rt A uthority granted his r equest. However, because the beam was considered to be part of a crime scene, seven months of completing paperwork passed before two firefighters could pick up the artifact from a hangar at John F. Kennedy I nternational Airport in New Yo rk City. Once the steel made it to Br evard, Chris Rhoden of R ood and Zwick, an architectural firm in Cocoa, assisted in designing the memorial. Bill Glover of M elbourne-based construction company William Gl ov er, Inc., constructed it. "I t was our goal to provide a permanent memorial honoring those who lost their lives," Lt. Cox said. "As members of the fire service, it was also important for us to reflect and remember the 343 brothers who paid the ultimate price that day." The Indian Harbour Beach V olunteer Fire Department is another Brevard-based organization that has r eceived a piece of steel from the World Trade Center towers. Lt. Rick LaDell of the I ndian Harbour Beach Fire D epartment initiated the r equest. The steel I-beam was w elded to the top of a stone monument installed in the station's "Firefighters' M emorial Garden" late last month. One side of the monument lists the name of 24 fallen firefighters, who have volunteered with the I ndian Harbour Beach Fire D epartment, while the other side is an engraving honoring those killed in the S ept. 11 terrorist attacks. This was our way of r ecognizing the fallen firefighters, police, port authority members and innocent people who died that day and to remind others that freedom and liberty come with a price," said Indian Harbour Beach Fi re Chief Todd Scaldo. The beam is a 24-inch by 8-inch section, weighing 102 pounds, with one end still encased in concrete where it was anchored to a floor, Chief Scaldo said. The department will host a public ceremony Saturday, S ept. 10 at Station No. 56 to dedicate the monument. The event, which will be from 10 a.m. to noon, will also feature snacks, refreshments and brief speeches from the city's fire and police chiefs, mayor and the chaplain of the fire department. In addition to Brevard C ounty Fire Rescue and I ndian Harbour Beach V olunteer Fire Department, Ro ckledge Fire and Emergency Services will display a piece of steel at its station. 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Where were you the morning of Sept. 11, 2001?Local leaders, residents share their memories from that unforgettable dayBy T ammy Roberts Senior Staff Writertroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee CO MMUNITY, A11 Gordon Patterson P at Brown Brooke Goldfab Dave Berkman Larry Lawton

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me want to go there and just help out in any way I could," said Lt. Broccolo, who was just a four-year firefighter with the county at the time. "I just had to go." While he hadn't planned on it at first, Lt. Schneider, who was Broccolo's lieutenant at the time, agreed to accompany Lt. Broccolo and his oldest son, Rick, who now works for Orange C ounty Fire Rescue, on the 1,100-mile trek. B ecause all flights were grounded, the three squeezed in the cab of Lt. Br occolo's F-150 pick-up truck and drove straight through to New York City. After catching a few hours sleep in a nearby hotel, the guys loaded up their gear the next morning and headed toward a staging area in the city. They were soon escorted by a Port A uthority vehicle, whose driver noticed their fire r escue shirts, while waiting for one of the city's tunnels to reopen. At the command post, they showed their credentials, including their confined space and hazardous materials certifications, to a staging coordinator, assuming they would be assisting with distributing supplies and other materials. The coordinator told them to get in whatever vehicle they drove in, and to follow a car that would be waiting for them in the street. "Y ou're going right in," she said. "A t that point, my jaw just dropped," said Lt. Schneider, who has served 25 years with Brevard County. "I r eally didn't know what to expect."A devastating sightS ilence filled the pick-up truck as they drove through the empty downtown streets, passing rows of unoccupied vehicles many with their headlights and blinkers still on, as if their passengers quickly fled and started running, Lt. Schneider said. As they got closer to the catastrophic site, a haze of dust began to cover the city and a large column of smoke still lingered above where the towers had stood just days before. After a few hours of answering phones inside a temporary emergency management facility, the lieutenants were assigned to a battalion made up of mostly NYFD members. In a single-file line, they walked several miles toward what is now known as ground zero, passing through rows of demolished office buildings, overturned ambulances and scattered fire boots and air packs halfburied in the rubble. "I r emember this big guy, probably the biggest guy I've ever seen, standing next to me," Lt. Schneider said. "H e looked at my shirt and said, Brevard County, where the hell is that?' I told him, it's in Florida.' Then he put his arm around me, looked me square in the eyes and said, All right man, let's go find some of our brothers.'" The next 72 hours was a blur, Lt. Schneider said, made up of emotional turmoil and haunting images the men would r emember for years to come. An over-exhausted fire chief, whose two-day search efforts turned his white shirt a shade of dark gray; the ro ws of firefighters, police officers, construction workers and military units all working together; and then every so often, removing their helmets and moving aside, as crews of firemen carried their fallen brothers out of the rubble. The site was surreal, it was terrible, unimaginable," Lt. Broccolo said. "The desperation in these people's eyes, in their faces, it was as if they couldn't conceive what was actually happening." Lts. Schneider and Br occolo spent 18 straight hours at ground zero the first day, and returned every morning until Sept. 16. Each evening, they were met outside the site by rows of volunteers, offering food and supplies, and restaur ants, serving up hot meals, as a token of their gratitude. "T hey were absolutely phenomenal," Lt. Schneider said. "At the worst time in their history, they were the very best people period." While none of his close friends were victims of 9/11, three of Lt. Broccolo's acquaintances from the N ew York Fire Department and Deer Park Volunteer Fi re D epartment died that day. While the images are always there, Lt. Schneider said it's the firefighters who still work in New York City, who have to pass by the gear of their lost brothers and who look up at the skyline every day, who have it the worst. "I t just reminds me not to take the ones I love for granted and to make sure they know how I feel," Lt. Schneider said. There was nothing glorious about being up there, but I am glad I went," added Lt. Broccolo, who comes from a long line of firefighters. "I can't believe it's been 10 years. Yet, I don't think there's any number of y ears that will make the scar of what happened disappear." www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 9, 2011 Melbourne A5 671812For more information call us at (321) 729-0087€ W ills, Trusts and Guardianship€ F ull Service Probate & Trust Administration€M edicaid Qualification for Nursing H ome Placement€G uardian Advocacy and Special N eeds Trusts for Disabled Children and Adults€Board Certified as an Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation€VA Aid and Attendance for Long-Term Care Expenses€VA A ccredited Attorney Department of Veterans Affairs, Certificate #10840Helping Families Plan For Their Future 321 Sixth Avenue € Indialantic, FL 32903 T el 321-729-0087 € Fax 321-729-6969 www.ElderLawCenterBrevard.comRobin M. PetersenAttorney at Law Military Brat and Former JAG OfficerThe hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. 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Gary Robert Dillon, 51, of 111 East Ave., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 29 with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and resisting arrest without violence. Raymond Cruz, 43, of 178 Browning Ave. N.E., P alm Bay, was charged Aug. 31 with possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Lawrence Henry St. Pierre, 49, of 4651 W. Eau G allie Blvd., Melbourne, was charged Sept. 1 with aggravated battery causing bodily harm.P alm Bay Police Department Otis Rodregis White, 20, of 1135 Wickham Road N., M elbourne, was charged A ug. 27 with driving while license suspended, resisting arrest without violence, fleeing/attempting to elude a police officer and having no motor vehicle registration.W est Melbourne P olice Department Glenda Farrier Broxton, 58, of 3020 Mary St., West M elbourne, was charged Au g. 26 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, selling cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia and two counts of selling drugs. Lishbourne Emanuel M ulvaney, 54, of 2854 T uscarora Court, West M elbourne, was charged A ug. 27 with aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon.Brevard County Sheriff's Office Donald F. Amatel, 58, of 2330 Johnny Ellison Drive, M elbourne, was charged A ug. 26 on an out-of-county warrant. Robin Renee Coleman, 37, of 1124 Gainey Drive, M elbourne, was charged A ug. 26 with prostitution/lewdness and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Melissa Beth Herron, 21, of 4145 Milwaukee Ave., We st Melbourne, was charged Aug. 26 with fraudillegal use of credit cards and fraud-obtaining property by impersonation. Krystal Lee Kirby, 28, address unknown, was charged Aug. 26 with prostitution, withholding child support and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia. Sarah Lynn Spencer, 25, address unknown, was charged Aug. 26 with larceny. Rashawnda Talora Friar, 26, of 100 University Blvd., M elbourne, was charged Au g. 27 with fraud-failure to r edeliver hired/leased property. Joseph James Horgan, 59, address unknown, was charged Aug 27 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied structure and two counts of petit larceny. Kedrin D. Latson, 30, of 325 University Blvd. E., M elbourne, was charged A ug. 27 with possession of a w eapon/ammo by a convicted felon. Shawn Michael Chalifoux, 30, of 2267 St. Swinten Lane, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 29 with trafficking a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Melinda Ann Hall, 57, of 3630 Meadowlark Way, West M elbourne, was charged A ug. 29 with felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Alex Joseph Briggs, 24, of 6987 Blackberry Court, M elbourne, was charged A ug. 30 with larceny, dealing in stolen property, fraudillegal use of credit cards and falsifying information on a pawn broker trade. Johnny Ray Morgan, 50, address unknown, was charged Aug. 30 with attempting to solicit/conspire. Jaime Barnes, 34, of 2351 E quniox Drive, Melbourne, was charged Sept.1 with selling cocaine, possession of cocaine with intent to sell, possession of drug paraphernalia and two counts of possession of cocaine. Jumar Barnes, 34, of 2351 E quinox Drive, Melbourne, was charged Sept. 1 with two counts of selling cocaine, two counts of possession of cocaine with intent to sell and two counts of possession of cocaine. Norma Jean Fisher, 35, of 447 Grove St., Melbourne, was charged Sept. 1 with larceny. Andrew D. Fullwood, 30, of 3151 Babcock St. S., M elbourne, was charged S ept.1 with aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon and felony battery. Jamel D. Nelems, 25, of 3303 Monroe St., Melbourne, was charged Sept. 1 with selling marijuana, possession of marijuana and possession of marijuana with intent to sell. Tyler Derek Richardson, 25, of 1710 Fletcher St., M elbourne, was charged S ept. 1 with producing marijuana, possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana and trafficking drugs.CRIMELINE: (800) 423-TIPSEditor'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. LieutenantF rom page A1 Henegar memoriam and tribute showH onor the returning heroes and those who have fallen and help remember the men and women whose lives were lost with this award-winning show, featuring performances by T arralyn Ramsey, Krista Branch, Open Key (Austin Weinstock and Ron Fabiani), Brian P hillips and The Italian Chicks. There will be a "meet and greet" 3-4 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 11, with main stage performances 4-7 p.m. C ost is $50. The event benefits Families of the Shield, a local nonprofit group. H enegar Center for the Arts in historic downtown Melbourne is at 625 E. New Haven Av e ., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 723-8698,e-mail K athy@henegar.org or visit www.henegar.org.Greater Canaveral BarbershoppersThe Greater Canaveral Chapter of The Barbershop Harmony Society will present the patriotic program "United We Sing" on Sunday, Sept. 11 at 3 p.m. at First United Church of Titusville, 206 S. Hopkins Ave., Titusville. The program includes patriotic songs, such as "God Bless America," "America the B eautiful," "Battle Hymn of the Republic" and "This Land Is Your Land." F eatured on the show will be the Space Coast Chorus, 4 Notes Quartet and members of the Methodist church choir. A dmission is free and open to the public, but donations will be accepted. F or information,call (321) 269-7631.9/11 tributes planned Save Money,Eat OUT!Save Money,Eat OUT! www.hometownnewsol.com 50 % OFFGift Certificates50 % OFFGift Certificates

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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.THIS WEEKS LUCKY WINNER WILL GET$200 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 672247 Baby born I saw your article in the Hometown News, and thought that I might share my story. On Sept. 11, 2001, I was giving birth to my daughter "Alexandra Laurynn." I checked in to Holmes Regional at approximately 6:45 a.m. N ot much was brought to my attention until I was admitted to the birthing room. As we (my husband George, sons Matthew and Zachary and my sister, Lynn) settled in the room, we turned the TV on. It was obvious that something was happening. We witnessed the second plane crash and realized something was wrong. I am not sure if everyone was just confused and not clear on what was going on or if they were protecting me, given my state of mind. As my labor progressed, it was as though I had blocked out most of the sound and noise around me, focusing on the task at hand. At some point I heard my husband's voice say, "Oh my god, the buildings have collapsed." I never let any of this take me away, emotionally, from delivering my beautiful baby girl, (she was born at 12:18 p .m.); but after they settled me in a room that afternoon, the reality hit me. All I could think about at the time was that I was in a hospital and hoped it was the safest place for us at the time. My husband had my boys and I really don't know what that afternoon was like for them. I heard that parents were rushing to schools to get their children, etc. I almost felt like, and still do today, that I was on the outside of this tragic event. I did not watch the news for sometime after, just trying to cope with what was supposed to be a beautiful day for our family. Over the years, I have seen shows that relive that day. It is hard to watch and remember where I was and how different my life was that day. A friend of mine had a blanket made for Alexandra that said "You were the blessing that Day." It has her birth date embroidered on it. I believe this . One year later, Florida Today came and interviewed my husband with my daughter. I was away on business. It appears that there were 13 babies born in Brevard County that day. My husband actually said he felt like this was "the circle of life." My heart breaks for those who lost loved ones. I watched a program that talked about the children born on this day. They called them "the faces of hope." Alexandra has been a true blessing in our life. She is a very special girl who is full of life. She is kind, generous and very outgoing. Thanks for letting me share my story. J ackie Bangos I ndialantic B iking On the afternoon of Sept. 11, 2001, I was biking through a town in Germany with my brother. We commented on hearing many church bells ringing but didn't find out until the next day why. Donna Stowe C ocoa Bo rn in the Bronx Ye s, I remember 09/11/01 very well. I was born and raised in the Bronx, New York City, and also worked in Manhattan. VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2011 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM A TIMEL INE OF THE EVENTS OF SEPT. 118 a.m.:American Airlines Flight 11, a Boeing 76 7 with 92 people on board, takes off from Boston's Logan International Airport for Los Angeles.8:14 a.m.:United Airlines Flight 175, a Boeing 767 with 65 people on board, takes off from Logan for Los Angeles.8:21 a.m.:American Airlines Flight 77, a Boeing 757 with 64 people on board, takes off from Washington Dulles International Airport for Los Angeles.8:40 a.m.:F ederal Aviation Administration notifies North American Aerospace Defense Command's Northeast Air Defense Sector about suspected hijacking of American Flight 11.8:41 a.m.:United Airlines Flight 93, a Boeing 757 with 44 people on board, takes off from Newark International Airport for San Francisco.8:43 a.m.:FA A notifies NORAD about suspected hijacking of United Flight 175.8:46 a.m.:American Flight 11 crashes into north tower of World Trade Center.9:03 a.m.:United Flight 175 crashes into south tower.9:08 a.m.:FA A bans all takeoffs nationwide for flights going to or through its New York Center airspace.9:21 a.m.:All bridges and tunnels into Manhattan are closed.9:24 a.m.:FA A notifies NORAD about suspected hijacking of American Flight 77.9:26 a.m.:FA A bans takeoffs of all civilian aircraft.9:31 a.m.:President Bush, in Florida, calls crashes an "apparent terrorist attack on our country."9:40 a.m.:American Flight 77 crashes into P entagon.9:45 a.m.:FA A orders all aircraft to land at nearest airport as soon as practical. More than 4,500 aircraft are in air at the time.9:48 a.m.:U.S. Capitol and White House's W est Wing evacuated.9:59 a.m.:South tower of trade center collapses.1 0:07 a.m.(approx.): United Flight 93 crashes in Pennsylvania field.1 0:28 a.m.:North tower of trade center collapses.11 a.m.:New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani orders evacuation of lower Manhattan.1:04 p.m.:Bush, at Barksdale Air Force base in Louisiana, announces U.S. military on high alert worldwide.2:51 p.m.:Navy dispatches missile destroyers to New York, Washington.3:07 p.m.:Bush arrives at Strategic Command at Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska.5:25 p.m.:Empty 47-story 7 World Trade Center collapses. 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Mercedes Lee-Paquette . . . .Production Manager Rita Zeblin . . . . . . . . . .Pagination Manager P atricia Snyder . . . . . . . .Director Classified AdvertisingAnna Snyder-Vasquez . . . . .Classified Consultant Carol Deprey-Zelenak . . . . .Classified Consultant Amber Feldman . . . . . . . .Classified Consultant Dolan Hoggatt . . . . . . . .Circulation Manager T iffany Robertson . . . . . . .District Circulation Manager Andy Stefanek . . . . . . . .Staff Photographer T ammy Roberts . . . . . . . .Senior Staff Writer Meagan McGone . . . . . . .Staff Writer Michael Hibbard . . . . . . .News Clerk I watched twin towers go and come down. I now have been living in Florida for many years. I'll never forget the heartbreak of that day, watching it on television as it happened. It broke my heart, and I cried. Ann Kane M alabar B oston's Logan Airport On 9/11/2001, my then-89-year-old mother and I were scheduled to return home to Florida on a flight out of B oston's Logan Airport at around noon. At around 9 a.m. I carried our suitcases down the stairs of my niece's house in Boston to find my mother and sister-inlaw staring in horror at the TV just, showing the plane out of Logan's Airport attacking the twin towers. My mother turned to me and said "those terrorist creeps have just attacked us, if we want to get home we'd better start hitch-hiking!" My niece informed one of her coworker's husband had been on that fateful plane for a business trip headed to California; my nieces husband, on a business trip in Hong K ong, was detained indefinitely; and my mother and I, as w ell. I called the bus station, and was told we would have to stand in line and take our chances of getting on. I called the train station, and that wouldn't work, either. We would have to change trains in New York, and my mother would not be able to walk through the New York City train station. I called every day for the next five days until we were finally able to get a flight out of Boston's Logan Airport. Ev eryone at the airport was uneasy and eyeing each other up, fearing another terrorist highjacker among us! We finally arrived home safely to our worried family. My husband and I were scheduled for a flight the next month to Rochester, N.Y., for his annual hunting trip. The morning we were to leave for the Orlando airport, I got the shakes and told my husband I was unpacking my suitcase, not ready for a flight just yet! He traveled without me. I'm still a little apprehensive of flying, being in large crowds or at big events. O ur country will never be as safe as it was, and I don't think we will ever be as complacent as we once were. I, for sure, will never forget my proximity on 9/11 of the time and place I was at where the horror all started. 911 Truth I am with the 911truth.orgmovement. I am working on its new huge project. We will soon have a new full length (two-hour) movie, featuring all the top experts in their fields with all the latest science of the 10-year (unofficial) investigation of 9/11/01! The main focus is on the collapses of the three buildings. We call for a new (and first real) investigation into 9/11. We will be purchasing the film as soon as it becomes available (within a week or two) and setting up a complimentary showing. Ev entually, we will need a guestimate of attendees to finalize setting the viewing hall. Ev eryone is welcome, without regards to politics. P lease call (321) 271-1362 or visit http://ae911truth.org/en/news-section/41-articles/544eso-trailer.html for more information. C ar radio My name is JoAnn Millington, and I live here in Titusville. My husband and I moved here from Long Island, N.Y. in 1996. I was going about my business on 9/11, running errands and listening to the car radio. When I heard about the first plane I, like everyone else, thought it was a terrible accident; and then knew, as did everyone else, after the second, third and fourth planes hit, that if we survived that day, life in this country would never be the same again. I wrote to friends and relatives asking them where they we re and how they felt about what had happened. English class On Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001, I was in front of my eighthgrade English class taking the attendance. My cell phone began buzzing on my belt. I ignored it, but it began buzzing again. I looked at the screen and saw it my wife calling. Must be an emergency, I thought since she never disrupts me when I am teaching. I answered, and all she said was, "Turn on your television" and hung up. J ust as I had one of my students turn on the classroom's television, an announcement went out over Edgewood Mi ddle School's P.A. system to go into "lockdown." The television was on now and there in front of my eyes was the first of the twin towers on fire. P eople were running in all directions chaos had arrived media types were trying to make sense of an airliner perhaps "accidentally" crashing into the storied landmarks of N ew York and the United States. But soon, in full view, a second airliner appeared, and it crashed directly into the second tower. By now all eyes were glued on the television. Panic, fear, incredulity was becoming paramount in the classroom. I told my students to turn away from the television, face front, clear their desks, and take out a pencil. I had a huge collection of 16-by-20 drawing paper that had just been donated to the school, so I gave each student a paper and asked them to draw how they were feeling at this particular moment in America's history. The room fell silent except for the scratching of pencils and markers S ince we would be in that room for most of the day until r eleased, I told my students to take their time and really r eflect on what now had become an obvious attack on the homeland of the United States. I watched the television, since muted, in horror as the towers fell into their massive plumes of dust, debris and death. S ometime around noon, the administration allowed the students out of lockdown and into the cafeteria to eat and then be picked up by the myriad of parents now entering the school to retrieve their children. On the way out of the classroom, I asked the students to place their drawn memory on my desk.See LETTERS, A7 Letters

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 9, 2011 Melbourne A7 670400CLOCKMAKER 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! 668106 668203 D arshan Patel, who was born in India, and whose parents worked for the university, was the last student to leave. He folded his large piece of heavy drawing paper in quarters and threw it into the trash, saying, "I am embarrassed and ashamed of what happened in America today, and I hope you will forgive me for this poor effort." I assured him that it was fine if he did not want to let me see it. W ith that, he went into the cafeteria, and then he was never to be seen at E dgewood again. I retrieved Darshan's drawing. I was immediately ov erwhelmed. I was looking at the most masterful piece of communications ever created. It said what a million words written since could never express. I kept it hanging in my office until March 2002, when I photographed it and used it to replace the last page of "TRIBES," the official yearbook of, then, Edgewood Middle School. My y oung, smart editor, Ca r olyn Emery added Alan J ackson's great song's words and we had our memory of 9/11 placed permanently into the 2001-02 yearbook. It has haunted me ever since. D avid Bradford F light 93 T uesday, Sept. 11, 2001, I was visiting with my old friend, Ruth R., in Great F alls, Va. My home was in Minnesota, but we had just attended a convention of ex-flight attendants from Pan Am Airlines, who continue to meet once a year in various cities around the world. It is always a great time with friends of "yesteryear," and now, we raised considerable money for the needy worldwide, as we developed a 501C3 organization. In fact, we flew in the late 50s, early 60s, and are eagerly anticipating ABC's 2011 prime time scheduling of a series on Pan Am, airing S undays at 10 p.m. EST on S ept. 25. We we re planning on visiting the Air Space Museum in Washington, D.C., that day. S ince I was flying my B eechcraft Muskateer at that time, I could never see enough of aviation history. We we re eager for the day and were driving into the streams of traffic around 10 a.m. that morning. Little did we know that at that moment in time, men moved quickly up the aisle of the 757 of United Flight 93; and a friend of ours, T odd Beamer, was prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice. A ccording to the Dallas Mo r ning News, Todd Beamer was one of the three most admired individuals in America on 9-11-01. T odd was on a business trip and was the man who cunningly "planned" to put down the Muslim terrorists who were aboard his flight, who planned to fly that plane into the Capitol or the White House. B ecause of Todd Beamer and a few other men on that flight, Flight 93 crashed in S hanksville, Penn., a small town southeast of Pittsburgh. H is wife, Lisa, had been called by him, shortly before he brought down the Muslim extremists, and she heard him say the famous words, "Let's roll." If it weren't for brave men like Todd, that United flight would have caused far more damage and loss of life. Thank God for courageous men like Todd, who in the midst of crisis, dare to live to their last second with hope. Tr uly valiant heroes aboard Flight 93 fought the first battle in what President B ush declared as a "war against terrorism," which we are continuing to fight today. We look back to their courageous actions of the crew and a few passengers and are reminded that 9-1101 was a day when people around the world felt violated, helpless, alone and afraid. R uth and I recalled the friend we had aboard Pan Am 103, which was brought down over Lockerbee, by a terrorist from Iran, and he is still enjoying freedom today, which bothers me whenever I think of it, as that act of terr or was the beginning of the end to the greatest airline ever, in my opinion. The horrible death tolls and destruction in New York City's World Trade Center is something no one should ever forget. B ut remember, there was also a plane which also crashed into the Pentagon, and that was where my friend's son worked, so we naturally tried valiantly to find out if son, Paul, had been hurt in any way. It was such a relief to finally reach him on his cell and learn that he had not been in harm's way. The number of people who died in the crash of F light 93 was confirmed at 37 passengers, four of whom we re M uslim terrorists plus the pilot, copilot and five flight attendants, who perished at the hands of extremists. It could've been much worse. R uth and I attended the funeral of Todd Beamer, and it was extremely memor able, moving and very sad. T odd and Lisa had two y oung sons and an infant daughter when Todd took that fateful flight. It reminds me that we never know what each day brings. I suggest everyone read some of the many books available such as the Koran and books, such as these: "T he Terrorist Watch" by R on Kessler,which describes the race to stop the next attack; "Taking America Back", by Joseph Fa r ah; all of Brigitte G abriels' books such as "B ecause they Hate" and They Must be Stopped."L ettersF rom page A6 Darshan Patel, a former student at Edgewood Middle School,created this drawing in his eighth-grade class, capturing his thoughts in the minutes following the terrorst attacks of 9/11. See LETTERS, A10

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I was one of the lucky ones. A few days before the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, I flew into New Yo rk City with a head full of dreams. I was working for a Dallas newspaper when I decided to act on a long-held dream. So I flew to New York. It was while living in New Yo rk that I began spending my summers biking and hiking in scenic Zion N ational Park in Utah, where I earned my keep by helping out the owner of a charming motel. In N ew York, I lived in lower Manhattan briefly, just a short walk from the W orld Trade Center. I also spent 15 years in suburban N ew Jersey, across the H udson River from the twin towers. The twin towers were like directional beacons regardless of whether you were driving on the New Jersey Tu r npike, or heading to Long Island or toward C onnecticut. They were a major part of the New York landscape two imposing towers in a city of many imposing structures. When friends visited me from out of state, we headed to the World Trade Center, where I would park my car before walking to catch a ferry to the Statue of Liberty. The towers were part of the fabric of New York City life. By 2001, I was living in D allas, when I learned that the owner of the Utah motel where I spent my summers was seeking a buyer. So I flew into New York from D allas to solicit financial investors for the pricey motel, which attracts tourists from around the world. I prepared a financial prospectus and spent a couple of days pitching the property to several Manhattan-based business associates. After several typically frenzied days in Manhattan, I was scheduled to depart for Dallas on Sept. 9. When I arrived in New Yor k, I realized I had forgotten a suit jacket, so I drove to the suburban W illowbrook Mall in Wayne, N.J., where I spent many an afternoon during my days in the Garden State. I learned later that the terrorist hijackers visited W illowbrook Mall the same day I did, on Sept. 8, shopping for clothes at the same Macy's Department S tore I went to. The hijackers were shopping for Americanstyle men's suits to blend in with other business travelers. Fo r tunately, I would stay a step ahead of their murderous plot. After a day of pitching my motel investment, I stayed in the city for the weekend before flying out of Newark I nternational Airport on S ept. 9, heading to DallasFo rt Wo r th on a sizeable plane with a tank full of gas. T wo days later, the terrorists hijacked a plane out of the same Newark I nternational Airport, the airport I had flown out of hundreds of times during my Jersey days. I knew that airport layout like the back of my hand. When they launched their coordinated attacks, the hijackers targeted planes flying long-distance routes because they would contain more fuel, thus inflicting more damage. It 's still a sobering thought to realize I could have been aboard one of the ill-fated planes just two days later. After the attacks, I read the account of a Hollywood movie casting director who flew from New York to Los Angeles a few weeks before 9/11. He wrote of flying in first class along with four M iddle Eastern men who sat rigidly in their seats, without speaking during the cross-country flight. The casting director wrote that as a routine hobby, he tried to figure out what role people played in real life. He immediately asked a flight attendant to warn the pilot of a possible takeover of the plane. The director wrote that he even kept the knife from his meal's silverware, just in case. The plane landed safely in L.A., and he later surmised that the suspicious travelers may have been "casing the joint" in preparation for 9/11. A few weeks later, the terrorists hijacked four planes, including United Airlines Flight 93, which was bound from Newark I nternational Airport to San Fr ancisco. P assengers heroically fought the hijackers, and the plane crashed in a rural P ennsylvania field. I had flown that identical r oute several times during my Jersey days. C oincidentally, this S unday, on Sept. 11, I will be in the air on a commercial flight to Florida. I will take time to say a silent prayer for all those who suffered on that fateful day 10 years ago. D an Garcia is a staff writer with H ometown News. F riday, September 9, 2011 A8 MelbourneHometown News SPAY/NEUTER FEESFeline (Cat): $35.00 (starting at)Canine (Dog): $50.00(starting at)V accines for CBHS Members V ACCINATIONS: Good for up to (4) pets. One time savings. Offer valid through 9/30/11. Must mention discount coupon at time of scheduling appointment. 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On 9/11, I was one of the lucky ones Hometown News reporter flew out of New Y ork two days before terrorist hijackingsBy Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.comDan Garcia Photo by Dan GarciaP alm Bay city council members Michele Paccione and William Capote watched the World Trade Center attacked on Sept. 11. They were both in outlying suburbs. Palm Bay council members witnessed horror of 9/11 in NYCP alm Bay city councilwoman Michele Paccione r ecalls flying into New York City on a beautiful day on S ept. 9, 2001, and seeing the W orld Trade Center shimmering grandly as her plane approached Newark, N.J., I nternational Airport. E ight days later, as she r ode on an Amtrak train leaving New York, tears flooded her eyes as she saw smoke shrouding the TwinMs.Paccione,Mr. Capote were in New York suburbs when twin towers were attackedBy Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.comSee WITNESSES, A9

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r eceived a report that someone dressed as a clown was operating a stolen golf cart on the streets of the western N ew York town of Batavia on S unday night. Deputies eventually found 37-yearold James Straub of Stoneham, Mass., at a home in B atavia, The Batavian newspaper reported. He wasn't dressed as a clown just w earing some colorful clothing after an outing at T erry Hills Golf Course, the origin of the cart. But deputies say he was intoxicated. Straub pleaded not guilty in town court to a misdemeanor count of driving while intoxicated and a lesser charge of refusing to take a breath test. He didn't have a lawyer at his initial appearance. S ean McCarthy fixes computers.He can be reached at (772) 408-0680 or help@ComputeThisOnline.com (no hyphens). Tow ers. Ms. Paccione's fellow councilman, William C apote, was working for a stock brokerage firm in J ersey City, N.J., on Sept. 11, 2001, and watched from his 11th-floor office as the second plane hit the tower. Mr. Capote could have been near the twin towers himself, except that the business he worked for, UBS-Paine Webber, had r elocated, like other brokerage firms, to the New Jersey side of the Hudson River, across from Manhattan. B oth council members have indelibly vivid recollections and emotionally wrenching memories -of the day America was attacked. They were witnessed to America's greatest tragedy. On Sept. 11, 2001, Ms. P accione had planned to take the subway to the W orld Trade Center from her brother's home in suburban Westchester C ounty, N.Y. She had frequently shopped and dined at the twin towers when she worked as a saleswoman on Broadway in Lower Manhattan. I nstead, Ms. Paccione watched from her suburban enclave as the towers became pillars of smoke. Ms. Paccione had arrived in New York for her godson's christening, and first visited her sister in New Jersey. "I t was a beautiful Sunday, and we took the New Jersey Tu r npike to New York," Ms. P accione said. "As we passed by Manhattan, you could see the twin towers, so beautiful. "I used to sit outside the towers for lunch. They had a mall and a subway stop," Ms. Paccione recalled. "M y husband and I got our marriage license in New Yo r k, so we went to the top of the observation deck of one of the towers. I have a picture of that. It's a very special memory." On Sept. 11, her husband, who had remained in F lorida, woke her up to tell her: "Don't go into New York today." In Florida, her husband was listening to the popular New York-based Ho ward Stern radio show thanks to Sirius Radio and learned of the first plane attack. Like the rest of America, we saw the second plane hit. Of course, we were devastated," she said. Ms. Paccione, a native of Q ueens, N.Y., remembers being filled with sadness as her train pulled out of New York. The train goes through a tunnel and comes out on the New Jersey side, and when it did, all I could see was the smoke," Ms. P accione recalled. "I t put tears in my eyes, and I cried leaving New Yo rk It was sad, knowing I had gone there on Sunday, seeing the beautiful towers, and leaving a week later and seeing the smoke and knowing the towers were gone. The people that worked there died. That part really brought me to tears," Ms. P accione said. S he hasn't been back to N ew York since. Mr. Capote was at work for UBS-Paine Webber in Jersey City, N.J., during the attack. J ersey City is as close to Lower Manhattan as the width of the Hudson River. The nearby Statue of Liberty draws its electricity from N ew Jersey, so Mr. Capote was actually closer to the T win Towers than residents of Upper Manhattan. Mr. Capote, the council's deputy mayor, recalled the confusion caused by the first tower catching fire, and hearing reports of a possible gas explosion. "I wondered, Oh my God, how are they going to turn that fire out?' Mr. Capote r ecalled. "I t was like watching the movie Towering Inferno,' he said. Mr. Capote worried about some business acquaintances who were working in the first tower. Then the second plane approached. "I t was surreal," Mr. C apote recalled. "The plane leveled out, and it seemed like the person driving the plane put it into full gear." Mr. Capote instantly wondered when fighter jets would scramble from Mc G uire Air Force Base or Fo rt D ix, both in New Jersey. "I t was like time was standing still. I said No!' when the plane hit. I thought we were at war." Mr. Capote called his wife, Anita, in her office in Elizabeth, N.J., to get their children out of school. The fighter jets never arrived. B ut America had not been prepared for such an attack. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 9, 2011 Melbourne A9 758285R omancing the StoveArlene Borg The Grammy Guruwww.HometownNewsOL.com€ R ecipes € S tories € Archives & More 671929 671916 W eirdF rom page A3 WitnessesF rom page A8No r th Wickham Road in M elbourne. 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F lorida's own Peter Feaman of Boynton Beach has written two excellent books: "W ake Up America" and "T en Years After and Still Asleep." American Jihad," by Steve Emerson, is about the Muslim terrorists living among us; and "Stealth Jihad," by R obert Spencer, describes how radical Islam is subverting America without guns or bombs. There are some great "P olitically Incorrect Guides to Islam and the Crusades," which might appeal to teens and young adults, as well. I love the "Politically I ncorrect Guide to the Fo unding Fathers," as well. There are a group of patriots who meet once a month in the government center, B ldg. C ,for the ACT (American Congress for Truth) meetings every month at 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.(2725 Ju dge Fran Jamieson Way, V iera). Visit www.ActSpaceC oast.org. There other grassroots organizations, as well, which keep you informed on what is happening in the community, such as Brevard 912, www.brevard912.net, the Brevard Tea party: www.brevardteaparty.com, T itusville Patriots, www.titusvillepatriots.ning. com, the Ronald Reagan club, www.ronaldreaganclubs.com, and the RLC of C entral East Florida, www.rlccef.org. This group has a Constitution dinner coming up on S aturday, Oct. 1, which will be extremely memorable. T icket information is on w ebsite or call (321) 2557380. There will be programs all ov er Brevard to commemor ate that fateful day. I hope everyone will attend one of the programs, such as the one at the Space C oast Stadium, which is free and begins at noon, with a charity run prior to the program. The Greater Canaveral Chapter of the Barbershop Ha r mony Society is having a program on 9-11 at First U nited Methodist church of T itusville. The entire program will be patriotic songs. The program begins at 6:30 p.m. Let's get the feeling back we all shared on 9-12-01! Let us get back to what has made America great: our faith in God and in our fellow Americans. Alice Kreitz M elbourne Q ueens I grew up in Queens, and every day walking to school, I would see the "twin towers" in the distant skyline. It was always there, and that skyline was a part of me. I loved it so much, that, as an adult, I purchased several pieces of artwork with that skyline for my first home. Those pieces are now hanging in my home in F lorida, where I have lived since 1993. The morning of Sept. 11, 2001, I was again on my way to school. This time it was to have lunch with my son, who had just started kindergarten. As I was entering the building, a friend of mine who was also from New Yo r k, told me the news. It shook me to the core, but I had to hold it together for my son's sake. I went home and watched the news the rest of the day, in shock like the rest of the world. I remember a feeling of doom and concern for my son's future. I have been back to New Yo rk a few times since then, and it is disturbing and unnatural not to see those towers in the distance anymo re. It leaves me feeling empty and sad, and it is a feeling that will be with me forever. W endy Bornemann M elbourne T oday Show On 9/11, my husband and I watched the "Today Show" on TV as the planes crashed into the twin towers of the W orld Trade Center. W atching this horrible attack on our country was very surreal. We we re living in Arlington, Va. (across the bridge from Washington, D.C.). My husband suggested we go immediately to the Fort My er Army Clinic to pick up some medicine before the military base was closed to the public. As we were driving toward the Pentagon, we noticed smoke and flames above the it. My husband said "I wonder what that smoke above the Pentagon is?" I said, "They are probably burning classified documents." We did not have the car r adio on because we were in shock. We did not know the P entagon was being attacked by terrorists in our planes at that moment. We we re the last civilians to be allowed into the base before it closed. It was a beautiful, sunny day and planes and helicopters were flying in the sky all over the D .C. area. It felt like we were experiencing another Pearl Harbor. The clinic was closed, so we thought we would get some food at the commissary. While we were shopping for groceries, a loud boom shook the building and the manger told everybody to drop everything and leave the building immediately. When we got outside, we thought we would go home because my husband's air tank for breathing was running out. But the soldiers said we couldn't leave the base because it was locked down and they didn't know when the orders to open the base would be given. S ince my husband was w eak, I had to find someone to get him a full air tank, which was difficult because there was so much confusion on the base. Ev entually, I located a soldier who was willing to help us get an air tank for my husband and we waited under the only tree in the parking lot until they opened the base and we could go home. After 10 years, I vividly r emember this unfortunate experience as if it was yesterday. At first, our people came together helping one another, and American flags were displayed everywhere. I think our world is worse now from fighting two wars, a bad economy, tea parties, the greed and power struggle of many of our leaders, and we, along with the rest of the world, are struggling with global politics. R ose Marie Wiley C ocoa Beach Fi r efighter H i, my name is Jerry S mith. I'm an 18-year firemedic for Brevard County Fire Rescue. I went to NYC a week after Sept. 11 and spent two weeks there. 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command center lab, where my co-workers and I watched it on several news channels. Several minutes later, the second tower was hit and it became clear we we re being attacked. I spent the rest of the morning calling family and friends in a panic, checking on them. B efore my wife, Cathy, and I moved to Florida, she worked on the 102nd floor of Tower 1, and we both have friends who were there. Thankfully, we didn't lose any close friends, but knew several people in the buildings who barely escaped." Larry Lawton, f ounder and president of Lawton911 and the Reality Check Pr ogram,who was serving an 11-year sentence for r acketeering at a prison in J esup,Ga.,on the morning of S ept.11,2001. "I was in prison when 9/11 hit, and I was in my cell when a friend came in and said a plane hit the twin towers. I thought it was a small plane. He came back in and said you have to see this. I came right out before the second plane hit the south tower. I was glued to the set. Some of the Muslim inmates were cheering and they started getting stabbed by the American inmates. The prison system had to put all of the Muslim inmates in protective custody for more than three months and then transferred a lot of them. It was a very dangerous time in the prison system. Until things calmed down, a lot of prisons were on what we call lockdown' The whole prison is 24/7 locked in your cell. It was crazy. Even the guards united with the American inmates. I will never forget 9/11. My dad was a construction worker on the Twin Towers and did all of the sheet metal work. I r emember being on the 103rd floor in 1970 when that was the top. My dad died in December of last y ear, so this will be the first y ear without him during 9/11." Go r don Patterson, professor of history at F lorida Tech in Melbourne "I was at my home in M elbourne, preparing for a class, and my son, who lives in Santa Monica, called me and told me that something dreadful had happened. I came into school and spoke with the vice president of student affairs and the dean of students. We immediately organized a campus r esponse team for our students, faculty and staff, which started later that morning. We had small groups that met in the student union and around campus, as an opportunity for young people to express their feelings. We did whatever we could to prevent people from going off by themselves and feeling alone. We also organized a commemorative campus-wide ceremony that took place on Friday. I think a lot of the young people we spoke with wanted some sort of explanation for what happened and wanted to know what was going to happen next. At that point, a lot of them realized how much of our lives are contingent and that random acts of violence can occur and there are times when there aren't any adults in the r oom who can say it's going to be all right. In so many ways, I think our country has changed. I think we're still changing. The thing about history is that you don't always realize when it's happening." dent of the local chapter for the Space Coast F.O.O.L.S. (Fraternal Order Of Leatherheads Society ) in honor of the 10-year anniversary of S ept. 11, I am hosting an event called "10 Years Of Pr ide," which will take place on Sept 9, 10 and 11. The three days of events are as follows: Sept. 9 dinner with the presidents, Sept. 10 guns and hoses, 911 surf classic and Sept. 11 the ride of pride. V isit www.10yearsofpride.weebly.com for more information. I will never forget, and encourage my fellow man never to forget as well. J erry Smith9/11 through the eyes of some young family membersB usy dealing with a loud, annoyed patient, I sensed something was amiss when the front office door quietly closed. The image of tears r unning freely down the doctor's face is as indelibly etched in my memory as the vision of the tail section disappearing into the flames. The words, "They just flew an airliner into the World Tr ade Center," were the last that doctor would utter for a long time that day. Ev ery American's world had just changed. The surrealism of that horrible cloud slowly overtaking those poor souls running from it made the whole nightmare almost more than the senses of those watching could bear. S ome watching the unthinkable unfold thought, "P lease, God, make this be some kind of hideous mistake. Please let the picture I'm watching be some bad movie that somehow got transposed onto daytime television!" While the horror was at it peak in New York, Pennsylvania, and our nation's capital, the ripples were already being felt all over the country. The terrible realization of how vulnerable we we re was just as paralyzing as the incredibleness of what we were watching. Like most Americans, we here on the Space Coast pushed through the rest of the day as best we could, frantically reaching out to loved ones, friends and neighbors. Our hearts and prayers going to those who couldn't connect. A co-worker whose son was proudly serving his country on a military base built atop missile silos containing nuclear warheads frantically dialed her son's phone, - and then his wife's over and over, never getting an answer. She was not even able to hear her child's voice advising her to leave a message, just that infernal ringing. H ad "They" captured the base? Exploded the warheads? Would the missiles be the next target? What about our nuclear powered energy plants? Would the U.S. actually use the missiles? Questions far outw eighed answers for many days. R elatives of Space Center workers were facing many of the same questions. W ould "They" want to stop us from sending any more satellites up? Did "They" think there were buildings containing surveillance equipment and destroying them would keep the world from watching the atrocities they were doing? Would They" derive pleasure by keeping us from reaching our astronauts in the International Space Station? S ecurity tightened immediately, many of us frantically trying to contact husbands, wives, sons, and daughters were advised all lines were busy and we should try again later. For a long afternoon, any nonessential movement was frowned upon. Mothers we re calling relatives to pick children up from school; fathers were calling to advise they would be late coming home. The myriad lives still taking turns never imagined is uncountable. Most families have members whose path was changed or guided by the events we will be commemorating in a few short days. I believe the changes being experienced by my family members are fairly r epresentative of the twists in life's path being experienced by Americans everywhere... Ro y; as a young sailor r ecovering from knee surgery did his absolute best to coerce his naval doctor to allow him to join his shipmates in the first ship overseas. Confined to the hospital then intensive physical therapy, he fell back on his journalism degree to r esearch and report on who They" were and what They" wanted for the Navy publications. He is still pursuing his career in all forms of journalism, both print and electronic. Alicia; In her second y ear in high school she was one of the many whose parents pulled out of school that hideous day, chose to enroll in R.O.T.C. partly because the idea of protecting the U.S. was very appealing to a junior high school girl looking for a goal in life. The word "terrorism" had never entered her vocabulary. It wasn't until college that she took a course on terrorism which included a class on 9-11, and she decided to follow that path instead of criminal justice, as she previously chosen. She is presently serving her country at Minot Air Force Base, spending va r ious hours every week underground in the missile silo bunkers. R.J.; Only eight years old at the time remembers thinking the pictures of all those people being swallowed by the gray cloud was so much like one of his games. Is now working in J ob Corps learning masonry and would like to devise a much stronger form of concrete better able to handle stress and explosions. Car ter; Born a few months before the horrific day, he plays football like his older brother, is a musical genius like his older brother, but sadly unlike his older brother has never known a day in his short life that someone in his world does not openly discuss terrorism. He is able to explain in detail what T.S.A. agents are, what they do, and why they do it. A child just shouldn't know this. We have precautions at our airports, ports, and borders. Satellites with surveillance equipment is just one covert medium that is in force to help keep an eye on those we think may want to do us harm. We are doing everything possible to stay as safe as we can and still enjoy the freedom that is only available in the greatest nation in the world. Americans are a diverse family with many internal conflicts, but like the families that make up this nation, we come together in times of crises. Our country has faced innumerable catastrophes stoically and has always somehow mended itself and become even stronger because of the adversity. We come back and r ebuild our lives and souls just as surely as those memorials to our courage and selflessness stand in M anhattan today. In memorializing this horrific act on this 9-11, we are memorializing the r esilience of the American spirit. R ose Padrick www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 9, 2011 Melbourne A11 758289 672014WELLNESS & PREVENTION PRODUCTS AVAILABLE 2161 AURORA RD., € MELBOURNE 321-421-6277BREVARDAIDTOANIMALS€ LOW COST SPAY/NEUTER € VACCINATIONS € PUPPY KITTEN PLANSV et Care Available Friday & Saturday W alk-Ins Welcome! 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"Between every number, he would insert one of his marches. He had a woman holding up a big card with the title of the march. It was a little like vaudeville days." The concert will certainly include Sousa works and will feature a piece by the composer that was only recently published. It was much performed in his time, but then disappeared from the repertoire. Entitled "People who Live in Glass Houses," it is made up of four movements, each celebrating a different alcoholic beverage. S ousa had several other traditions, including a performance by a singer at each concert. Shelle W aller will open the program, singing Sandi P atti's version of "The S tar-Spangled Banner." Ms. Waller will also perform the "Laughing S ong" from the Strauss opera, "Die Fledermaus." Another Sousa tradition was to play a novelty, humorous piece. Mr. Scott has included Leroy Anderson's "The Sandpaper Ballet" to fill that bill. Among the Sousa marches to be played are The Bullets and Bayonets Ma r ch, "The Washington P ost March," "The Invincible Eagle March," "The B eau Ideal March" and The Stars and Stripes Fo re ver." Sousa's "H umoresque on Swanee" is also featured. Wo r ks by Franz von S uppe, Shostakovich, Sa r tori and Quarantotto and L.J.F. Herold round out the program. Mr. Scott has led the band since its founding in 1985. The South Carolina native studied at the U niversity of Georgia and the University of South F lorida. The conductor and music educator taught at S outhwest Junior High in M elbourne and was the first band director at the new Merritt Island High School. He was band director at Brevard C ommunity College for many years, as well, r emaining until his r etirement. He still enjoys picking up the baton and putting on a show. Mr. Sousa would undoubtedly approve. The Community Band of Br evard presents "A John P hilip Sousa-Style Concert"on Sept.18 at the M erritt Island High School A uditorium,100 E. M ustang Way.The 2 p.m. concert is free,but donations are accepted.Spills, Thrills and What Nots' and Endless Summer' exhibitionIn conjunction with local art collaborative Brick & Mortar's exhibition "Endless Summer: The 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 non-traditional 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 W ilsonandRich Sullivan, videographerDustin Miller, artistTy W illiams and the craftsmanship of local surfboard shapersRicky Carrolland Larry Mayo. T hrough 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. They are located at 643 Brevard Ave. in Historic Cocoa Village. F or more information, please contact Lindsay Kolsch at(850) 766-6958, email 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 Park, the concert will showcase the Country Classics Band. T he Country Classics Band has a legendry Nashville sparkle of familyoriented music. T hey play the best of classic country, a little bluegrass and a smidgen of Rock N' Roll from the 1950s to the 1 990s. 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/ban d F or more information about the concert, please call (321)984-4852 or visit www.floridastateparks.org/sebastianinlet.Brevard Gator Club to partyT he Brevard County Gator Club will be holding Gator parties at: Hooters of Melbourne. Call (321) 72 5-7409 Broken Barrel Tavern. Call (321) 728-4755 Nameless Bar. Call (321) 459-1096 T he dates will be Saturdays, Sept. 10, 17 and 24; Oct. 1, 8, 15 and 29; and Nov. 5, 12, 19 and 26. F or more information, visit www.brevardgatorclub.com or call (321) 8907754.Barbershoppers 9/11 event Baja Tavern and Eats: The Supercats will play 5-9 p .m. Thursday. The Baja is at 626 Glen Cheek Drive, Po rt C anaveral. C all (321) 799-1616. Beach Shack: The Josh M iller Blues Revue will play 8 p.m. to midnight Friday. The Hymn For Her special show will be 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday. The MC's will play 6-10 p.m. S unday. The blues jam with the Space Coast Cowboys is 8 p.m. to midnight Thursday. The Beach Shack is at 1 M inuteman Causeway, C ocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-2250. Cabana Shores Tiki Bar: J essica Ottway will play 710 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: K en Moores will play 2:30-6:30 p.m. Sunday. K atanna's is at 4263 N. H arbor City Blvd. (Highway U.S. 1), Melbourne. C all (321) 253-1369. City Tropics Bistro: J erry Z ee and Company will play at 11 a.m. Sunday. City Tr opics Bistro is at 249 Fifth Av e ., Indialantic. C all (321) 723-1300. Cocoa Beach Pier: Mo Geetz will play 7-11 p.m. S aturday and 6-10 p.m. W ednesday. The Tropical Y uppies will play 6-10 p.m. Thursday. The Cocoa Beach Pier is at 401 Meade Ave., C ocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4050. Coconuts On The B each: Mo Geetz will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. Dave Kury will play 2-6 p.m., and J ohnny Danger will play 711 p.m. Saturday. Coco Locos will play 2-6 p.m. S unday. Chris Miller will play 7-11 p.m. Tuesday. De r ek Bernard will play 610 p.m. Wednesday. Mo D uo will play 7-11 p.m. Thursday. Coconuts is at 225 Atlantic Ave., Cocoa B each. C all (321) 784-1422. Crickets: M edusa will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday. Cr ickets is at 1942 N. Wi ckham Road, Melbourne. C all (321) 242-9280. Juice N Java: H oney M iller will be recording a live show 7-10 p.m. Friday. J uice N Java is at 75 N. Orlando Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 784-4044. Jump's Tiny Tavern: Rich D eems will play 5-9 p.m. Fr iday. Strobe-Lite will play STAR SCOPESJames Tucker W eek of 9-9-2011 Aries-March 21-April 19It's time to honor your self. F all, time of harvest will be here soon. Remove any limitations you have placed on yourself and let the rewards flow. You have done so much this year. There is still a ways to go. Continue to listen to your inner guidance, live a balanced life and stay on the edge. Great things are on the way.T aurus-April 20-May 20Y ou do your best when you are on a natural high. Let others know how much you appreciate their help. Release any unwanted baggage from the past. Keep a lighter touch. What are your top priorities? You are a winner. Winners take care of the most important things first. Losers dread to do this. You are a winner.Gemini-May 21-June 21Y ou have a new direction in life. New and better ideas are beginning to emerge. A good life is lived by those who create and enjoy adventures that make them happy. The journey is more important than the destination. Keep setting goals. They pull you back on track when the world tries to take you astray.Cancer-June 22-July 22Y our spirit is lighter. Your energy is stronger. You seem happier. Refuse to let anyone pull you down from this beautiful high and freedom. Y ou are a water sign. Water rules the heart and feelings. Y ou have major heart. Follow your heart and you will be guided to even higher accomplishments on the g reat road of life.L eo-July 23-Aug. 22W rap up loose ends and bring unresolved issues to resolution. Keep a strong focus on the next three months. Begin now to make new plans for next year. Refuse to procrastinate. Do it now. Work on the three most important things on your list everyday. The lesser things can wait. Now success is in your favor.Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22Quiet your mind, stay calm, listen to and trust your instincts. When you follow your heart you are close to pure truth. Refuse to listen toSee S CENE, B4 See SCOPES, B4Community Band celebrates SousaClub Scene Photo courtesy of EauGalliePhoto.com.The Community Band of Brevard, under the direction of Marion Scott, will present a free John Philip Sousa-style' concert Sept. 18.By Shelley KoppelEntertainment writerSee OUT, B2 Br evard CountyEntertainmentDining &SECTION B WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2011

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T he Greater Canaveral Chapter of The Barbershop Harmony Society will present the patriotic program "United We Sing" at 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 11 at the First United Methodist Church of Titusville, 2 06 S. Hopkins Ave., Titusville. T he program includes patriotic songs, such as "God Bless America," "America the Beautiful," "Battle Hymn of the Republic" and "This Land Is Your Land." F eatured on the show will be The Space Coast Chorus, 4 Notes Quartet and members of the Methodist Church choir. Admission is free and open to the public, but donations will be accepted. F or information, call (321) 269-7631.Sunday Swing' at Cocoa BeachT he Syl Lafata Swing Quintet will perform at 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 11, at the Space Coast Jazz Society concert in the Cocoa Beach Country Club. T he quintet includes Syl Lafata on clarinet, bassist Ron Pirtle, pianist Rich Abrahams and vibraphonist Mark Shepard. T ickets at the door are $7 for SCJS members, $10 for non-members with students free. T he Cocoa Beach Country Club is at 5000 Tom Warriner Blvd. in Cocoa Beach. F or more information, call (321) 453-4191.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. 1415. 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.Propeller Club shrimp dinner, island music, dancingT he Propeller Club of Port Canaveral presents an all-youcan-eat shrimp dinner 5:30-8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 16 at the U.S. Coast Guard Station seaside picnic pavilion on Grouper Road in Port Canaveral. Live island music and dancing will be 5:30-8 p.m. with the dinner at 6 p.m. with three free drink tickets per person. Cost is $40 per person. Dress is island casual. Enter the USCG security gate on Grouper Road with tickets for free on-site parking. Photo IDs will be checked, and more than 21 wristbands will be issued for beer and wine consumption. To R.S.V.P. and to order tickets, visit www.propellerclubcanaveral.com, click on SeaFeast, "Purchase Tickets" button. F or more information, call (321) 750-2262 or e-mail sdixmix6@aol.com.Doctors Lawyers Weekend W arriors 19th Annual Surf F estivalT he 19th Annual Doctors Lawyers Weekend Warriors Surf Festival will take place F riday and Saturday, Sept. 16 and 17 at the world famous Sebastian Inlet's first peak. Th is is an opportunity for all surfers (older than 30) to participate for the 19th year in raising money for charity and surfing first peak on Saturday morning with just three friends. F ounder Jack Kirschenbaum guarantees fun rideable surf for all the doctors, lawyers, engineers, preachers, architects (you get the picture) who are still surfing after all these years. T his year, the surf stomp party will be held Friday, Sept. 16 at 6 p.m. at Dakine Diego in Satellite Beach with special guests Honey Miller. T he beneficiary of the event will be the Satellite High School Surf Club. T he entry fee is $125, and the divisions are doctors, lawyers, weekend warriors, wahines, fossils and, for the first time, stand-up paddle. T his year, for the first time ever, the winner of the Doctors Lawyers Weekend W arriors Surf Festival will be invited to the Slater Brothers Invitational Surf Contest in Cocoa Beach, to compete with the world's finest surfers. Entry forms are available at doctorslawyersweekendwarriors.com. F or more information, contact Jack Kirschenbaum at (321) 727-8100, e-mail jack.kirschenbaum@grayrobinson.com or contact Heather Carver at Hcarver2@cfl.rr.com.Hyperflite Skyhoundz Canine Disc Competition to be held in P alm BayT he largest disc-dog competition series in the world is coming to Palm Bay on Saturday, Sept. 17. A local championship for the 2011 Hyperflite Skyhoundz Canine Disc Championships will be held at 10 a.m. at Palm Bay Regional P ark. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. in the park, located at 19 51 Malabar Road N.W. in P alm Bay. T here is no entry fee for competitors, and admission is free for spectators. Novice and veteran competitors are encouraged to compete. All competitors will receive a free official Hyperflite K-10 Competition Standard flying disc, and the top three teams will receive awards. Contestants and their canine teammates will earn points for basic throws and catches, with bonus points for mid-air catches in the distance/accuracy event. T he event welcomes mixed breeds, as well as purebred dogs. Many of the canines expected to compete were rescued from local animal shelters or rescue groups. Athletic canines will be seen, literally, jumping for joy! To view the 2011 Hyperflite Skyhoundz competition schedule or to learn about Skyhoundz Competition rules and regulations, please visit www.skyhoundz.com. F or more information, please call the Ted Whitlock Community Center at (321) 952-3231. Rock n roll with Twitchy at Florida TechBoogie your way through a fun-filled night of cocktails, dinner, dancing and more all to benefit your Brevard S ymphony Orchestra 6 p.m. F riday, September 9, 2011 B2 MelbourneHometown News 672300 BREVARDSNEWEST NOWOPENAB's Internet CafOPEN 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. 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5-9 p.m. Saturday. Griffin S mith and Offshore A coustic's open mic and jam night is 6-9 p.m. Wednesday. J ump's is at 201 Taft Ave., C ocoa Beach. C all (321) 784-7893. Key West Bar: Eric S aganov will play at 10 p.m. S aturday. Thursday night is jam night and open mic night at 10 p.m. with Eric S aganov. The Key West is at 2286 Highway A1A, Indian H arbour Beach. C all (321) 773-1577. Lou's Blues: Pianojay and the Stephan Michael Co nnection will play 9:30 p .m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday. Me dusa will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Saturday. Axis will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday. Lou's Blues is at 3191 N. Highway A1A, I ndialantic. C all (321) 7792299. Matt's Casbah: The Don S oledad Group will play 710 p.m. Friday. Marc Dobson will play 6:30-9:30 p .m. Thursday. Matt's C asbah is at 801 E. New Ha ven, Melbourne. C all (321) 574-1099. Milliken's Reef: Lionheart will play 5-10 p.m. Fr iday. Sax Appeal Entertainment will run 12:30-4:30 p .m., and Entasys will play 5-9 p.m. Saturday. Panama will play 3-8 p.m. Sunday. Ma rc Dobson will play 5-9 p .m. Monday and Wednesday. Ted Villarreal will play 5-9 p.m. Tuesday. Entasys will play 5-9 Thursday. M illiken's is at 683 Dave N isbet Drive, Port Canaveral. C all (321) 783-0100. Oh Shucks: R ed Tide will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. Oh S hucks is at the Cocoa B each Pier, 401 Meade Ave., C ocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4050. Pineda Inn: Marc Dobson will play 8 p.m. to midnight Friday. Keith K oelling will play 3-7 p.m. S aturday. Joe Calautti will play 3-7 p.m. Sunday. 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. River Rocks: J essica O ttway will play 6:30-10 p .m. Saturday. Jerry Zee and C ompany will play at 6:30 p .m. Thursday. The River R ocks is at 6485 South U.S. H ighway 1, Rockledge. C all (321) 757-7200. Riverside Bar & Grill: The Fab Korvettes will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. All About N othing will play 7-11 p.m. S aturday. Absolute Blue will play 4-8 p.m. Sunday. Steve Co w den will play 7-11 p.m. W ednesday. The Riverside B ar & Grill is at 4720 Dixie H ighway N.E., Palm Bay. C all (321) 574-0520. Sebastian Beach Inn: East of Omaha will play 5:30-9 p.m. Saturday. The S ebastian Beach Inn is at 7035 S. Highway A1A, M elbourne Beach. C all (321) 728-4311. Siggy's All-American Bar: The Kore will play at 9:30 p.m. Friday. Freeway will play at 9:30 p.m. S aturday. Thursday is acoustic night with Joe B arrera. Siggy's is at 1153 M alabar Road N.E., No. 1, P alm Bay. C all (321) 9520104. Squid Lips: S witch will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. John Q & Shelly will play 2-6 p.m., and Absolute Blue will play 7-11 p.m. Saturday.Squid Lips is at 1477 Pineapple Av e ., Melbourne. Call (321) 242-2224. Sunset CafŽ: J on Parrot will play 2-5 p.m. Saturday. The Sunset CafŽ is at 500 W. C ocoa Beach Causeway, C ocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-8485. Wet Spot: W ednesday night is jam night with Down Range 7-11 p.m. All musicians are welcome. The We t Spot is at 3650 Dixie H ighway N.E., Palm Bay. C all (321) 728-3055. Wynfields Sports Bar: W ednesday night is jam night with the Bone Dogs 8 p .m. to midnight. Wynfields is at 190 Highway A1A, S atellite Beach. C all (321) 773-8460. Editor's note To have your live music listed in the Club Scene,send your v enue's entertainment schedule to brevnews@hometownnewsOL.com 7-10 days in advance of the weekend. F riday, September 9, 2011 B4 MelbourneHometown News One Lb. Fried Fish, Fries & Cole Slaw Dine In or Take Out Mon. thru Weds$6.95Every Day$12951600 S. 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Now Serving Beer &Wine ~ Serving Lunch &Dinner ~Grape Leaves € Hummus € Shish Kabobs € Gyros € Mussaka and More! € TABBOULEY Prepared Fresh!MediterraneanMediterraneanMediterranean Gift Certificates available on website 672244 671846 668215 DINING & ENTERTAINMENTSceneF rom page B1the head. Bring up the good stuff, plan your course and take action. Now hang in there and help the new exciting ideas take root, give birth, g row, bear fruit and make you happy. Yeah!Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22T he gift of love is reflected so strongly in your heart and actions. Accept from the core of your being that the universe loves you and is well pleased with your graceful, beautiful spirit. Your passion is highly capable of achieving g reat results. Stay connected. T he richness in your heart will continue to flow for all your days.Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21Get in touch with the most burning desires in your heart. Manifest them in your life. Y ou have a beautiful spirit. Allow it to awaken you to these high aspirations. Focus on the most important things first. Surrender to the higher power and ask the universe to bless you. Now, be patient and let it work for you. It will.Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21Important decisions are looming in your future. Who am I, where am I going, how am I going to get there and when? We all have to redefine ourselves just like the earth goes the seasons and cycles. You are coming into a new season. It is a good time for you. You are a child of thanksgiving. Let your gratitude flow.Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan.19It's important to stay grounded. You are an earth sign, you know. When you feel scattered or distracted it's time to slow down, take a step back, refocus, be patient and watch for a sign that it is time to move forward again. Work on the top priorities first. You will make it through all challenges just fine.Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18Y ou stand strong in any undertaking. You never give up. You were born with the courage to take action on your convictions and inspirations. You have the capacity to go beyond normal expectations and produce extraordinary results. Mighty forces are with you. Call on them as needed and life will continue to bless you.Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20Y our natural leadership, humanity, good heart and helpful spirit affect everyone who comes into your life. You are a star. Why? Because you inspire everyone. You are of the light. You make a large, positive impact on all our lives. Maybe this is why spirit saved you for last in the zodiac to insure victory for all at the end. Star visionsJames is here to help you find renewed hope, purpose and passion in life. A personalized astrology chart, private readings or home or office parties are available. Call (772) 334-9487 or e-mail jtuckxyz@aol.com for details. Have a starry week, everyone. ScopesF rom page B1

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Hello smart shoppers, hope you had a good week. At this time of the year when the weather is hot our minds never seem to go to stews and one-pot meals, but because they can be cooked in the oven and in advance they leave lots more time to be outdoors while your dinner cooks itself. There's got to be dozens of beef stew recipes out there, each cook adding her own special touch. Let's head to the supermarket and straight to the meat counter.Beef stew, which should be an inexpensive meal, is quite expensive when you check out the price of stew beef. Why that should be is beyond me. What is stew beef? It's simply chunks of beef, usually chuck, that is cut up. I nstead of buying stew beef, buy any cut of chuck, preferably boneless, that is on sale, especially if you can find a buy-one, getone free deal. Trim all the fat and cut it into 1-inch pieces to make your own stew beef. Being a smart shopper and getting the most for your money is r eally quite simple just think first. These two beef stew r ecipes are my favorites. An amazing fast frosting for any cake completes the meal. Enjoy, see you next week.B B E E E E F STE F STE W W ser ser ves 4-6 ves 4-62 pounds beef, trimmed of all fat and cut into 1inch cubes 1 large onion, quartered and sliced 4 medium potatoes, peeled and cut in bite size chunks 4 medium carrots, cut up in chunks 4 to 6 peeled small y ellow onions (optional) 1 tablespoon dried parsley 1 small bay leaf 1 teaspoon salt 1/2-teaspoon black pepper 1/2-teaspoon garlic powder 1 package frozen green beans 1 package frozen peas Br o wn beef in a large covered oven-proof pot. Aeroso l cooking spray or the meat juice should provide enough fat for browning. You can use oil if you choose, but we're aiming for a delicious lowfat meal. Add a little water and the sliced onions and continue browning. A dd all remaining ingredients except green beans and peas. Pour in about four cups water or broth. This may seem like a lot, but when cooking the stew in the oven, much of the water evaporates. Co ver and bake at 350degrees until all is tender (about two hours). Stir occasionally. Add green beans and peas and bake until they are done. Br ing pot to stovetop. T aste for seasoning. R emove bay leaf. Add more water if necessary. Shake about three heaping tablespoons flour and 1/2cup water in a covered jar to blend. Br ing stew to a boil and slowly add the flour-water mixture. Bring to a boil with each addition until thickened to your liking. Y ou can add any vegetables you choose to your stew. A can of tomatoes and 1/2-teaspoon oregano will give it an Italian flair.B B U U R R G G U U N N D D Y Y B B E E E E F STE F STE W (B W (B E E E E F F B B O O U U R R G G U U I I G G N N O O N) N) ser ser ves 4 ves 4 While this seems so simple it's an exotic, impressive meal. 2 pounds stew beef, trimmed of all fat and cut into 1-inch cubes 1/2-cup flour 1/2-cup plain dry bread crumbs 1 package onion soup mix 1-1/4 cups water 3/4-cup burgundy or any dry red wine 1 teaspoon black pepper 1/2-teaspoon salt 7-ounce can mushrooms Saturday, Sept. 17, at the Hartley Room on the campus of Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne. T he evening's entertainment will feature local favorite, Twitchy, performing an assortment of oldie and classic rock n roll favorites. Tw itchy is not your ordinary home-grown group. Its 10-member band are not only musicians but all are members of the Florida Tech faculty and staff. T witchy members include Florida Tech president Anthony J. Catanese drums and vocals; Fred Ham electrical/computer engineering, on guitar and vocals; Cliff Bragdon vice president of strategic initiatives on percussion and vocals; W inston Scott dean, college of aeronautics on trumpet; Jamie Younkin humanities/ communications on trumpet and percussion; Ivica Kostanic electrical/computer engineering on guitar and vocals; Kevin Johnson marine and environmental systems, lead vocals and guitar; Susan Earles electrical/computer engineering, vocals; Alan Rosiene humanities/ communications, keyboards; and Matthew W ood-physics, on bass and vocals. As you rock to the music of three decades, you may also get lost in a "Purple Haze" the specialty cocktail for the evening while participating in the silent auction featuring rock 'n roll, song title-themed g ift baskets. Each unique basket will be filled with items that relate to the song title a basket titled "Brown Sugar by the Rolling Stones" could be filled with a delicious assortment of the finest, most decadent confections. Make your reservations R SVP by Sept. 14. Sponsorship levels begin at $100. Space is limited. F or complete details, contact the BSO's Business Office at (321) 242-2024, visit brevardsymphony.com or www.facebook.com/brevardsymphony.S ymphony offers free family concertT he Brevard Symphony Orchestra presents "Beethoven & Me," a family concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 18 at the King Center www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 9, 2011 Melbourne B5 671718OPEN 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! 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FRIDAY, SEPT 9 H umane Society adopta-thon: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 9. PetSmart, 1800 Ev ans Road, Melbourne. The Central Brevard H umane Society will present dogs and cats for adoption, provide the public with educational, informational material and have products available for purchase. All proceeds will go to help provide care for the homeless animals in Breva rd C ounty. F or more information,call (321) 636-3343 or visit www.crittersavers.com. V iera Regional Community Center Parent's Night O ut: 5:30-10 p.m. Friday, S ept. 9. Viera Regional Community Center, 2300 Judge Fr an Jamieson Way, Viera. Children, ages K through sixth grade, may enjoy games, movies and fun. C ost is $12 per child and includes pizza, chips and a drink. Pa r ent's must register and pay by Friday, Sept. 9 at 2 p .m. F or more information,call (321)433-4891 or visit www.BrevardParks.com/sou th. A utism Caregivers Connect offers free session: 7 p .m. Friday, Sept. 9. Kay's R eal Pit Bar-B-Q, 1552 King S t. (S.R. 520), Cocoa. J ason Klazon, coordinator of Educational Training Programs with Universal of C entral Florida-CARD, will explain the services CARD offers to individuals on the autism spectrum in Brevard C ounty. UCF-CARD serves both children and adults of all levels of intellectual functioning who have autism, pervasive developmental disorders, autistic-like disabilities, dual sensory impairments, or sensory impairments with other disabling conditions. Their primary focus is to provide individualized, direct assistance to these individuals and their families. Se r vices include technical assistance and consultation, professional training programs and public education activities. This program is free and open to the public. C ome a bit earlier if you'd like to buy dinner. RSVP by calling (321) 433-1437. (RSVP is not required.) F or more information, visit www.ACCBrevard.org. Fr ee Dracula'tickets for blood donors: Fr iday, Sept. 9 through Saturday, Oct. 8. F lorida's Blood Centers Big R ed Bus.' The story of Dracula presents the classic Gothic drama about the power of seduction and the nature of true love. No w, the Henegar Center for the Arts wants people to enjoy this powerful performance, for free. All they need to do is register to donate blood. The center has teamed up with Florida's Blood Centers to give free ticket vouchers to every person who registers to donate on the Big Red B us from Sept. 9 to Oct. 8. The initiative will be highlighted during a kick-off blood drive event on Sept. 17 at the Henegar Center for the Arts location. "D r acula" is scheduled from Sept. 23 to Oct. 9 with performances at 8 p.m. on Fr idays and Saturdays, and at 2 p.m. on Sundays. V ouchers can be r edeemed to be used once at any of the show dates and performances. The Henegar Center for the Arts is at 625 East New Ha ven Ave., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 636-3343 or visit www.crittersavers.com. A lso call (321) 636-3343,Ext.209 or e-mail ecole@crittersavers.com.SAT URDAY, SE PT. 10 GPS for Mariners course offered : 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10. Lee Wenner Pa r k, 300 Riveredge Blvd., C ocoa Village. The local Coast Guard A uxiliary unit in Cocoa will offer a course in the use G lobal Positioning Systems on Saturday, Sept. 10 at the flotilla's headquarters in Lee W enner Park in Cocoa Village. The course is designed for the recreational boater, and will teach them techniques and features of their GPS device that will enhance their safety and enjoyment while cruising or sailing on the area's waterways. C ost for the course is $15 to cover the cost of materials. Br ing your GPS owner's manual with you to the course. If y our GPS is portable, bring your unit and some extra batteries to class. C all (877) 835-3760 to register for the course in advance. 9/11 Truth movie at the libraries: 10 a.m. Saturday, S ept 10. Melbourne Public Library, 540 E. Fee Ave., Melbourne, and 2:30 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 10. S untree/Viera Public Library, 902 Jordan Blass Dr ive, Melbourne. Mo re than 1,500 licensed architects and engineers for 9/11 Truth (AE911Truth.org), a nonprofit 501(3), present their new documentary feature film "9/11 Explosive." The film features dozens of experts, high-rise architects, structural engineers, metallurgists, chemists, explosive experts and others, laying out the evidence for controlled demolition as the cause for the destruction of the World Trade Center high rises on Sept. 11, 2001. S pace Coast unit of Wa v es National meeting: 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 10. At Ease Club of the Indian River Colony Club on M urrell Road in Viera. Wa ves National will hold its monthly meeting Saturday, Sept. 10 at the At Ease Club of the Indian River Co lony Club in Viera. S ocial hour begins at 10:30 a.m., the meeting is at 11 a.m. and lunch is at noon, followed by a program. Among its social activities, the unit engages in outreach activities, such as Pillows for P atriots, Patrick Pantry, S tand Down, consulate visitation, Ronald MacDonald's Ho use, cancelled stamps for veteran's therapy and Massing of the Colors. The unit welcomes discharged, retired and active duty women from all of the sea services, including Navy, C oast Guard, Marines, Navy nurses and Merchant Ma r ines. F or more information,call (321) 626-4546. I nternational Sound & F lavor Festival: 11 a.m. to 6 p .m., Saturday, Sept. 10. W ickham Park Pavilion, No r th Wickham Road, next to Brevard Community College. S ample foods from around the world and hear music and entertainment from many countries represented at the International So und & Flavor Festival! The event will be held Saturday, Sept. 10, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Wickham Park P avilion next to Brevard C ommunity College. 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stems and pieces (reserve liquid) 12-ounce package of noodles* P ut all ingredients except noodles in a covered casserole, mix and bake at 300-degrees for about three hours or until meat is tender. Remove from oven, add mushroom liquid until the gravy is of desired consistency. Serve over buttered noodles. J ust a tablespoon or two of butter substitute or a little canola oil will prevent the noodles from sticking together. N otes: Don't use a pressure cooker for this r ecipe. The flour and bread crumbs stick to the bottom of the pot. B eware of egg noodles, r emember their first name is egg. Buy no-yolk noodles; they're delicious.F F R R O O STI STI N N G I G I N N A F A F L L A A S S H H regular and low-fat regular and low-fat M ake the creamiest, dreamiest chocolate frosting in minutes. Do not use fat-free topping, it doesn't hold up. 8-ounce container whipped topping 1 regular size chocolate candy bar or 12 kisses with or without nuts M elt candy in the microwave, whisk into whipped topping and frost away. F or an autographed cookbook send $20 ($15book,$1-tax,$4 for shipping and handling).For multiple books sent to one address it's $4S&H for 1 book,add $2 postage for each additional book ($15 plus $2).Send to: Ar lene M.Borg,1751 S.W. Mo r elia Lane,Port St.Lucie, Fl 34953.Check or money order accepted or visit Vero B each Book Center in Vero B each. W eb site: www.romancingthestove.net.Surfside Players American classic drama Cat On A Hot Tin Roof'Su r fside Players opens its 53rd season with the American classic drama "Cat On A H ot Tin Roof, by Tennessee W illiams. In a plantation house, the members of the family are celebrating the 65th birthday of "Big Daddy," as they sentimentally dub him. The tone is light, but the mood is somber. For a number of old evils poison the gaiety sins of the past, greedy hopes for the future, a desperate eagerness not to believe in the truths that surr ound them. "C at On A Hot Tin Roof" is a delicately wrought exercise in human communication. T ennessee Williams' characters try to escape from the loneliness of their private lives into some form of understanding. The truth invariably terrifies them. That is one thing they cannot face or speak. Pe r formances are Sept. 925 (three weekends), Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and S undays at 2 p.m. There will be a reception with hors d'oeuvres on opening night Friday, Sept. 9 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $18 for adults, $16 for seniors and active military, $13 for students, with group discounts for parties of 20 or mo re. F or mature audiences only: Contains strong language and sexual dialogue. The play is directed by Jennifer Wolf, with costumes by Ka r ita Woodbridge, set by D avid Young, lighting by S am Malesky and is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service Inc. The Surfside Playhouse is at 301 Ramp Road, Cocoa B each. F or more information,call (321) 783-3127 or visit www.surfsideplayers.com.Titusville Playhouse presents The Graduate'The Titusville Playhouse has announced "The Graduate" on the main stage. Pr esented by special arrangement with Samuel Fr ench Inc., New York City, and directed by Nancy S peno, the show dates for The Graduate" are: Fridays and Saturdays, Sept. 16, 17, 23, 24, 30 and Oct. 1 at 8 p.m. and Sunday matinees Sept. 18 and 25 at 2 p.m. T icket prices are: Orchestra $16and Balcony $14, with a $2 discount for seniors, students and military. Bo x office is open Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p .m. and one hour before show times. T ickets may be reserved with Visa, Mastercard or Discover. Group rates available. The Titusville Playhouse is at 301 Julia St., Titusville. F or more information,call (321) 268-1125 or (321) 2683711 or visit www.Titusvilleplayhouse.com. Mrs. Robinson, you're trying to seduce me, aren't y ou?" One of the most w ell know lines from "The Graduate." This show is rated PG13.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. A ugustine and Miami. 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.c om. Titusville Playhouse presents Woman F rom the Sea'"W oman From the Sea" is a touching family drama that tells the story of a young woman named Ellida who is torn between the dangerous lure of a mysterious stranger from her youth 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 www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 9, 2011 Melbourne B7 675891Answers located in Classified Section We Make Computers FREEESTIMATES Residential & Business€ PCRepair € Virus Removal € Networking € PC Tune Ups € Training € Data Recovery € Printer Repair € PCUpgradesCALLTODAY426.8336FAST & A ffordableSMILE666909 671845Locator Line. 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H enrik Ibsen and directed by J anet Bentley-Hallberg, is r ated G. Pe r formance dates and times are: Fridays and Saturdays, Sept. 9, 10, 16 and 17 at 8 p.m. and Sundays, Sept. 11 and 18 at 2 p.m. Bo x office opens 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday through Friday 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.co m. Bob Ross painting class offered at Rodes P ark Community CenterBr evard County Parks and Re creation will offer a Bob R oss painting class on Saturday, Sept. 10 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Rodes Park C ommunity Center. The center is located inside the new Max K. Rodes Pa r k, 3410 Flanagan Ave. in W est 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 Painting," 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 Park Community Center at (321) 9523215.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, "W inter Park" magazine, Cloth Paper Scissors" magazine and "Orlando" magazine. S he 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, Space 400, V iera. 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 card-making 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, V iera. 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 w elcomed, especially beginners. C ost is $25 per class and includes everything. Just show up. (Cost is $20 if bring y our own materials.) Classes are Monday mornings, 9 a.m. to noon at the Art Gallery of Viera, starting S ept. 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, Suite 101, Viera. F or more information,call Chelly Harkness at (321) 4325414,or e-mail ChellyHarkness@hotmail.com. Original artwork displayed at Viera Government CenterV iew a collection of Space C oast resident Jessie Sibert's paintings at the Viera Government Center. H is large body of artwork is increasing daily and filling his studio. F or 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 B uilding C in the Government Center, Viera, through Thursday, Sept. 15. To purchase paintings, call L ynne Brezina at (321) 6906817 or visit her in Building C on the third floor. Ar tists and area businesses interested in participating in the Art in Public Places Program can contact Lynne Br ezina at (321) 690-6817 or e-mail lynne.brezina@artsbrevard.org.Ikebana classAn introductory class for I kebana Japanese flower arranging will be for six w eeks on Wednesdays, 10 a.m. to noon, starting Sept. 21 at the Eau Gallie Public Library, 1521 Pineapple Ave., M elbourne. Cost is $50, with flowers included. F or more information,call (321) 779-5225.Opening of the 60thand entertainment, there will be arts and crafts displays, cultural clubs, business expo and a kids play area (featuring bounce houses, slides, face painting and more). The event is brought to y ou by the five-Star Accredited Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce. A dmission for ages 11 and older is $2.50 per person and includes a free tote bag. Children 10 and younger are free, and parking is free. E xhibitor tables are available for all businesses, cultural clubs, arts and crafts, and civic and charitable organizations. Also, there are openings for entertainers. F or more information or to participate,call Cassie Ha nsen at the Chamber at (321) 724-5400,Ext.231. Learn how to launch a bestseller on Facebook seminar: 12:30-3:30 p.m. S aturday, Sept. 10, West Melbourne Public Library, 2755 W ingate Blvd., Melbourne. How can a self-published, first-time author use the social media phenomena F acebook to launch a bestselling book? Learn how at an upcoming seminar hosted by Bruce C adle author, food writer, speaker and search engine optimization expert who has successfully used social media to launch his book ,"Party for Two: Fun, Fancy and Easy Romantic Recipes from the Date Night Chef." R eservations can be made at www.authorsmarketingservice.com/seminars F or more information,email bruce@cadlemediagroup or call (321) 525-0276. F lorida Historical Society welcomes author Lu V ickers: 2 p.m. Saturday, S ept. 10. Library of Florida H istory, 435 Brevard Ave., C ocoa Village. The Florida Historical S ociety hosts author Lu V ickers, who will discuss her book, "Cypress Gardens, America's Tropical Wonderland, How Dick Pope Invented Florida." The lecture will start at 2 p .m. in the Library of Florida H istory in historic Cocoa V illage. The event is free and open to the public. Dis cussion and refreshments follow the lecture. F or more information,call (321) 690-1971. Ac es for Autism event: 3 p .m. Saturday, Sept. 10. Kiwi Te nnis Club, 30 Tradewinds Dr ive, Indian Harbour B each. The Second Annual Aces for Autism Tennis Exhibition is set for Saturday, Sept. 10, at the Kiwi Tennis Club in I ndian Harbour Beach. It will support Florida Te ch's Scott Center for A utism Treatment. The FIT Panther men's and women's tennis teams will instruct a free tennis skills class for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders and their siblings from 3-4 p.m. B ecause the limit is 50 children from ages 5-15, advance sign-up is recommended. A skills, drills and aces competition, from 3-5 p.m., offers the chance to make a donation and win prizes for not getting "Aced." Also, four of Brevard's top players will play an exhibition game from 5-6 p.m. S nacks and drinks will be provided. S ponsorships for the event are $100 and include a name on the "Aces" shirt, a banner displayed at the event and one entry in the skills clinic or adult tennis clinic. F or more information or to sign-up for a skills class or tennis clinic,contact Colleen M iddlebrooks at cmiddlebrooks@fit.edu or (321) 6748106,Ext.1. D affodil Gala benefits Sp ace Coast Cancer Foundation: 6 p.m. Saturday, S ept. 10. Holiday Inn, 8298 N. Wickham Road, Viera. S pace Coast Cancer Foundation's Fifth Annual Daffodil Gala will be held at 6 p .m., Saturday, Sept. 10 at the Holiday Inn-Viera. This year's event includes musical entertainment, dancing, delectable cuisine and socializing with community leaders. V itas Innovative Hospice Ca re will be the presenting sponsor. The proceeds from this y ear's gala will fund the purchase, maintenance and operational costs for a patient transport van. This service will ensure that patients in need will have a ride to and from their appointments. If interested in supporting local cancer patients by sponsoring the Daffodil G ala, purchasing tickets or for more information, please contact (855) 894HOPE(4673), Ext. 3500. Ad v ance ticket outlets for 10th Annual Paws at the Pier event: S aturday, Sept. 10. Those planning to attend the 10th Annual Paws at the Pier can still purchase tickets in advance and save $5 off the regular admission price ($10 for adults or $15 at the door, and children are $5 in advance or $8 at the door). Children 6 years old and younger are free. This event is hosted by the C entral Brevard Humane S ociety and will be held on S aturday, Sept. 17, at the C ocoa Beach Pier, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. T ickets can be purchased at the Central Brevard H umane Society, 1020 Cox R oad, Cocoa, at any of the M olly Mutt Thrift Shops (downtown Melbourne, M erritt Island and Rockledge), the Cocoa Beach Pier and Pet SuperMarket, Merr itt Island. P aws at the Pier is one of the Central Brevard H umane Society's signature events that helps raise awareness and financial support for the thousands of unwanted and abandoned pets that visit the shelter each year, who need a safe and loving "forever" home. F or more information,call (321) 636-3343 or visit www.crittersavers.com. 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for the Performing Arts. Doors open 30 minutes prior to the performance, and admission is free. F amilies with tickets are seated first. One ticket admits four people. To print your tickets, visit www.brevardsymphony,com. T his free fun-filled concert is presented just for families so you may experience the wonder of a live, professional symphony orchestra concert. At this performance, entitled "Beethoven & Me," you'll hear some of Beethoven's greatest works performed by the Brevard S ymphony Orchestra. Y ou'll also witness a miracle as Ludwig von Beethoven, himself, will join Maestro Christopher Confessore and the BSO musicians on the King Center stage. Not only is he alive, but he can hear, too! Beethoven (portrayed by local actor T errence Girard) will discuss his compositions and answer questions received on F acebook. W ant to ask Beethoven a question? Become a Fan of the Brevard Symphony Orchestra at www.facebook.com/brevardsymphony and submit your question for Beethoven before Sept. 9. Arrive early on Sept. 18 and enjoy the music of a Brevard S ymphony Youth Orchestra Ensemble performing in the King Center lobby. F ollowing the performance, attendees are invited to visit the hands-on activities area featuring the Musical Instrument Petting Zoo, musical crafts and more! F or complete details, call (321) 242-2024.anniversary theatre seasonM elbourne Civic Theatre announces the opening of the 60th anniversary season with "Leading Ladies," by Ke n Ludwig, directed by: Peg 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. There 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 Furfaro 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 S aturdays at 8 p.m., and Sundays 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.The Brevard Art Museum presents Building Books: The Art of David Macaulay' The Brevard Art Museum presents a new exhibition "B uilding Books: The Art of Da vid Macaulay." The exhibition will showcase the original drawings, paintings and studies of best-selling author, artist and MacArthur Fellow, Da vid Macaulay. H is gift for conveying complex concepts in a fun and understandable way has delighted children and adults for years. He has a special genius for explaining the wonder of the way things work, from gadgets to gargantuan buildings, and for bringing readers on extraordinary journeys of the imagination. "B uilding Books: The Art of David Macaulay" was organized by the Norman R ockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Mass. The exhibition presents a diverse range of exhibition materials, including more than 100 original works of art, studies, sketchbooks, book dummies, manuscripts and correspondence, artifacts (including hand-built ship models), stuffed specimens, reference materials, travel mementos and a video documentary about the artist, produced for the exhibition by the Norman Rockw ell Museum. M acaulay's books bring together the worlds of art, history, science and fantasy and include "The Way Things Work," "The New Way Things Work," "Unbuilding," "C athedral," "Castle," "City," "M ill, Ship," "Mosque," "Ro me Antics," "Angelo," "B lack and White" and "S hortcut." The exhibition has been divided into three significant aspects of Macaulay's work: "B ig Ideas," "Building Ship: E xploring the Artist's Pr ocess," and "Journey B ooks: The Evolution of I deas." The exhibition runs through Sunday, Oct. 9. The Brevard Art Museum is at 1463 Highland Ave. in the Eau Gallie District of M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 242-0737.Black and white photography exhibit with 10 Brevard County photographers Br evard Community College Planetarium Gallery and Brevard Cultural Alliance present a blackand-white photography exhibit on the Brevard Community College Cocoa Campus. The photographers participating in this exhibit include: John Andreozzi, Fr ed Benavidez, Terri Wells, R ebecca Chupka, Stan Crandell, Patricia Corapi, Kevin C url, Dawn Currie, Anthony G uidone and Tony Strong. This exhibit represents va r ious styles and themes of black and white photography. I nnovation and technology has changed the way we view and obtain photographic images. The typical use of film and dark room developing is all but extinct. The digital camera has taken over the industry and has changed the way in which the photographer will create the optimum effect from each shot. In this display are examples of traditional images, digitally enhanced, and black-and-white with a touch of color. The manor of presentation reflects the personality of each photographer which will range from the typical matt and frame, gallery wrap image on canvas and printed on canvas with traditional framing. This exhibit includes four images of the 2010 "Art of S and" event, which was held in Cape Canaveral in April. The display runs through S aturday, Oct. 15. F or more information,call (321) 690-6817 or visit www.artsbrevard.org. Titusville Playhouse presents The Graduate'The Titusville Playhouse has announced "The Graduate" on the main stage. Pr esented by special arrangement with Samuel Fr ench Inc., New York City, and directed by Nancy S peno, the show dates for The Graduate" are: Fridays and Saturdays, Sept. 16, 17, 23, 24, 30 and Oct. 1 at 8 p.m. and Sunday matinees Sept. 18 and 25 at 2 p.m. T icket prices are: Orchestra $16and Balcony $14, with a $2 discount for seniors, students and military. Bo x office is open Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p .m. and one hour before show times. T ickets may be reserved with Visa, Mastercard or Discover. Group rates available. The Titusville Playhouse is at 301 Julia St., Titusville. F or more information,call (321) 268-1125 or (321) 2683711 or visit www.Titusvilleplayhouse.com. Mrs. Robinson, you're trying to seduce me, aren't y ou?" One of the most w ell know lines from "The Graduate." This show is rated PG13. Golfers love to hit their drivers. They love the feeling of striking the ball just right, sending it screaming off into the distance and down the center of the fairway. W ith the USGA limits on the head size of a driver as w ell as the overall length of the club, manufacturers have taken to new ideas and materials to help us hit the ball farther and straighter. R ecently, I had the opportunity to try out a few drivers and was more than impressed and awed by the technology and innovation that goes into creating today's driver. I was in high school when the first metal woods came out. They were about the size of today's 5-wood. Now we have drivers that are more than three times that size and feature aerodynamic shapes designed to allow for greater club head speeds and stability. Engineers and designers have more than a few ideas on what makes a great driver work. Some feel the driver needs to be light, to help you swing it faster. O thers think it needs more w eight, because speed without inertia is nothing. One designer may feel that the driver needs exotic metals and carbon fiber to make it hit the ball farther. Another believes that the r ight amount of weight in just the right place means all the difference. The good news is they are all correct. It's a matter of getting the right recipe that makes a perfect driver. The design and technology geeks at Exotics Golf ( www.exoticsgolf.com ) from T our Edge have produced the lightest driver on the market. From the aerodynamic shape that minimizes drag and smoothes airflow to the longer and lighter shaft, this club is all about speed. The club features a titanium face and sole, an amorphous carbon crown and sole inserts, and a pair of tungsten sole weights. The ultra-light carbon frees up weight that designers strategically place lower and deeper in the head to improve the club's moment of inertia. The new boomerang face design improves rebound by 5 percent over the previous generation. The result is longer, straighter shots. In my testing I found the Ex otics XCG-4 to be the longest of the bunch. My tee shots consistently found the fairway and the ball landed hot, producing a lot of roll. The club is easy to swing and generates a lot of club head speed with minimal effort. H aving tried the lightest driver on the market, I had to try the heaviest as well. B occieri Golf's ( www.boccierigolf.com ) new H eavy Driver tips the scales at 375 grams. However, only 208 of those grams are in the club head. This means that while the club is heavy, it keeps a reasonable swing w eight. To offset the overall w eight of the club and balance it, there is a 50gram back-weight in the butt of the shaft. In addition, the Heavy Driver is also shorter than most offerings. At 45 inches ov erall, it's about an inch shorter than the norm. The r esult of all this innovation is more control and straighter drives that land with more roll. When you swing the H eavy Driver the difference between it and other drivers is startling. However, you quickly realize that your swing is smoother and more balanced, your hands stay set longer and the extra inertia transfers a lot of energy to the golf ball. Soon, all you notice is how well it hits the ball. My final stick to test was the ever-popular Taylor M ade R11 ( www.taylormadegolf.com ). With seemingly everyone on every pro tour playing this driver, I had to give it a go. After a few minutes on the r ange, I dialed in the settings and found out why so many players have this club in their bag. For one, the flat white finish is very striking and frames the ball w ell. Secondly, it's one serious weapon. What sets the R11 apart from the field is that golfers can tweak the club to perfectly fit their game and swing. It also allows you to change your ball flight to fit course conditions. If you need to hit draws or fades on the course you are about to play you can set up the R11 before your round to help you do that. It it's windy, you can bring the flight down to keep the ball under the wind just as easily. It's like having your o wn club fitter right in your golf bag. B est of all, the R11 hits the ball long and straight with a penetrating flight. I can see why guys depending on their game to pay the bills choose this driver. To find out which new driver will best help your game, go test drive as many as you can. You're sure to find one with the recipe that works for your game and swing. Ja mes Stammer has been an avid golfer and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years.He hosts the Thursday Ni ght Golf Show on WSTU 1450-AM.Contact him at stammergolf@yahoo.com. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 9, 2011 Melbourne B9 661063 3 Great Reasons To Shop Here: 3 Great Reasons To Shop Here:$10 OFF$10 OFF2605 New Haven Ave.West Melbourne (321)98413132605 New Haven Ave.West Melbourne (321)98413132605 New Haven Ave.West Melbourne (321)9841313€ We BUY, SELL, &TRADE & CONSIGN new/used gear € T rade in your gear & create your own DISCOUNT € Sell us your gear & well pay you CASH!Any Purchase of$40 or MoreNot valid with any other offer. Must present coupon. Expires 10-30-11$5 OFF$5 OFFAny Purchase of$25 or MoreNot valid with any other offer. 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T en years have passed since 9/11, when violent acts of terrorism targeted our landmarks, country and people. Even after a decade, the event remains etched in the memories of Americans and people around the world. On Sunday, Sept. 11, Br evard County residents will gather at the Space C oast Stadium in Viera to commemorate the 10-year anniversary of the attacks at Brevard Remembers 9/11, hosted by the Suntree-Viera Area Association of Churches. V eterans, active military, firefighters, police, emergency responders, and business and government leaders will join attendees to honor victims and their families. G ates open at 12 p.m., with the program beginning at 1 p.m. G ina Incandela, who rose to fame as the Orlando M agics 9-year-old lucky charm, will kick off Brevard R emembers 9/11 by singing the national anthem. Though diagnosed with autism at age 2 with the possibility of never being able to speak, Gina has performed at major sporting events across the country. R etired U.S. Army Col. D anny M cKnight will serve as master of ceremonies at the event. Mr. McKnight was a commander during the B attle of Mogadishu, a Bl ack Hawk helicopter raid into Somalia in 1993 to capture warlord Mohamed F arrah Aidid. As Brevard C ountys top law enforcement officer, S heriff Jack Parker believes America has become safer since the terrorist attacks of 9/11. How ever, that security can be threatened at any time, Sheriff Parker said. So authorities are striving daily to stay a step ahead of potential attackers. T errorists know no international borders. For example the 9/11 hijackers roamed freely throughout several countries. Therefore, local, state and national law enforcement agencies must cooperate to take a unified stand against terrorism, S heriff Parker said. Q uite frankly, at that time there was a breakdown in sharing information between local and federal agencies, because our missions are somewhat different, Sheriff Par ker recalled of the y ears before 9/11. B ut public safety has improved since 9/11. There has been a largescale effort by law enforcement and fire r escue personnel to say, How can we work better to share information? S heriff Parker said. Law enforcement agencies were fragmented and diversified before 9/11, Sheriff Parker r ecalled. S ometimes, the information was oneway, Sheriff Parker said. The local agencies would forward intelligence information and never know what happened with it. The federal agencies may have the grand vision, but its the local guys who are going to see what is happening, see the MELBOURNE Ho w weird is that?!? S pend any time surfing the Web and you are bound to find stories that are just too bizarre to be true. Her e's a sampling, edited for length. And remember, just because it's online doesn't mean it's true! Fr om news.yahoo.com: H undreds of panties turn up along Ohio road A uthorities in central O hio are trying to solve a panties puzzle: Why were hundreds of pairs of mostly women's underwear dumped along the side of a r oad? F airfield County Deputy Ga ry H ummel said the undergarments were found GOLFERS L OVE DRIV ERSNew ideas and materials to help hit the ball farther and straighter. P ageB9 INSIDE ENTERTAINMENTB1 INDEXCELEBRATE SOUSACalendarB6 ClassifiedB10 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Star Scopes B1 V iewpoint A6 ROMANCING THE STOVE B5Low-fat beef stew and frosting in a flashV ol. 8, No. 7 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Sept. 9, 2011 50% Gift Certificate Program50% Gift Certificate Program 50% Gift Certificate Programwww.hometownnewsol.com www.hometownnewsol.comCheck Daily for Specials See WEIRD, A2 H OW WEIRD IS THAT?!SE AN MCCARTHY A decade later: Brevard still remembers Remembering 9/11 Firefighters and rescue crews search through the rubble for those lost in the wreckage at ground zero, following 9/ 11.T wo Brevard County firefighters recall memories of ground zeroIt s been 10 years, but Br evard County Fire R escue Lts. Rick Broccolo and Keith Schneider can still remember every detail from that monumental w eek. It s been 10 years, but the sights the lifeless bodies of once-missing firefighters being carried out by their brothers; the smells persistent dust and mounds of debris; and the sounds relentless rescue crews battling through the never-ending rubble, will be forever etched in their minds. B oth men traveled to N ew York City on Sept. 12, 2001, and spent the next three days at ground zero, joining thousands of others in the search and r escue efforts that followed the attacks on the World Tr ade Center. A now 12-year veteran of Br evard County Fire R escue, Lt. Broccolo and his crew had just returned from a call the morning of S ept. 11 when they got word of what had happened. When they first showed the towers being hit, I thought I was going to be sick, Lt. Broccolo said. J ust knowing what had occurred and that so many of my guys could have been there it just really shook me up. A New York native of nearly 30 years, Lt. Broccolo has a cousin and dozens of friends who are New Yo rk City firefighters. It didnt take long before he made the decision to head back home. I t was just an overwhelming pull that made Melbourne professor fosters understanding of MuslimsDr Muzaffar A. Shaikh, head of the Engineering S ystems Department at F lorida Institute of Technology, shakes his head at so-called Islamophobia in the United States and other Western nations. Dr Shaikh may be a peace-loving, politically moderate, and highly r espected professor at FIT, but he recalls feeling a twinge of fear when antiM uslim hostility arose after 9/11. M uslim-Americans are an integral part of many American cities several M uslims serve in the U.S. C ongress but fear and ignorance still prevail when it comes to the M uslim culture and faith, Dr Shaikh said. What happened in 2001 is certainly a very deplorable act, Dr. Shaikh Sheriff lauds Brevard security measures after 9/11 Sheriff ParkerEvent at Space Coast Stadium will commemorate 10year anniversary of 9/11By Meagan McGone and T ammy Robertsmmcgone@hometownnewsol.com troberts@hometownnewsol.com See STADIU M, A2By T ammy Roberts Senior Staff Writertroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee LIEUTENANT, A5Followers of Islam seek same goals as Americans,he saysBy Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.comPhoto by Dan GarciaDr. Muzaffar A. Shaikh, a professor at FIT, says of 9/11: What happened in 2001 is a very deplorable act.See P ROFESSOR, A3Jack Parker is liaison between federal government and Brevard agenciesBy D an Garcia dgarcia@hometownnewsol.comSee SHERIFF, A2

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suspicious purchases and interrupt the terrorists. Local agencies have to be educated and trained and be part of the solution. Thats what 9/11 did for us, it was an awakening, the sheriff said. S ince 9/11, Sheriff Parker has served on the Regional Domestic Security Task For ce and on the Central F lorida Task Force, efforts ov erseen by the U.S. D epartment of Homeland S ecurity. Additionally, S heriff Parker served as Br evard Countys public safety director from 1997 to 2004. As a result, he has a unique perspective on how agencies can pool resources in the wake of 9/11. F or example, a criminal suspect may be linked to activities in other jurisdictions, but only a cooperative effort will detect that. S ome of the data may come from a patrol officer in Cape Canaveral at 2:30 in the morning, Sheriff Parker said. The patrol officer might pull over a van and see some suspicious behavior. H e can send that report, and it gets compiled with other reports, and it might be something that involves that person in other jurisdictions. When the dots are connected, you are able to intervene with an investigation and stop them in their tracks, Sheriff Parker said. The creation of FBI-driven fusion centers to pool law enforcement data developed since 9/11, the sheriff said. S heriff Parker said 9/11 spurred cooperation among the FBI, CIA, U.S. Immigration and Naturalization and the U.S. Border Patrol. Law enforcement was very jurisdictional, Sheriff Par ker said. But over the last couple of decades, crime has become much more fluid, especially because of technology. So we have to work together and share information. Is the nation safer since 9/11? I feel safer knowing all the things that have been put in place, Sheriff Parker said. But youre always anticipating the next event, the next challenge. I f any good could come out of this terrible, tragic situation, its that we as a country are much better prepared and much better at communicating today, S heriff Parker said.SheriffF rom page A1 F riday, September 9, 2011 A2 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! Youll be able to sit on your porch while enjoying the incredible views of whitetail red stag, axis and sika that you wont find anywhere else in Florida! 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Cell: 772-971-9816 mrarealty71@bellsouth.net10550 NE 224th Street (Orange Ave) OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, FL 34972 The OutdoorEntertainmentThe Clubhouse Robert Krieg, Swiss CraftsmanOn the web! www.swisscraftsman.comFURNITUREREFINISHING Great Pricing On Kitchen Cabinet RefinishingDONT BUY NEW...REFINISH!626-4836 1271 W. King St. (SR520) Cocoa Andy Stefanek/staff photographerColor guards from Vietnam Vets of America Jim Rufino and Hank Bornemann, both from Viera, and Bill and Norma Cox of Cocoa, representing Some Gave All Inc, gather at Space Coast Stadium, standing with an I-beam from the World Trade Centers and a 9/11 panel with names of victims. The Brevard Remembers 9/11 event will take place at the stadium at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 11, to remember loved ones lost on Sept. 11, 2001 and support their familes.Mr. McKnight encourages people to head to the Space C oast Stadium on Sept. 11. I t s extremely important that we as a nation not forget the sacrifices associated with the freedoms and privileges of being a United S tates citizen, Mr. McKnight said. In addition to presentations by Sept. 11 survivors and national officials, Br evard Remembers 9/11 features a Moving Tribute inscribed with names of victims, military flyovers, music, entertainment, food and art, according to www.brevardremembers.co m. Pr ior to the event, the A VET Project, a nonprofit assisting military members and their families, will host a 5K walk, run or bicycle r ide at the stadium at 8:30 a.m. Throughout the 5K, a timeline of the events that unfolded on Sept. 11 will be displayed. To sign up, visit the Running Zone at 3696StadiumF rom page A1 See STADIU M, A9in trees and on hillsides in several spots this week on a r oad in Berne Township. He says some of the panties we re still folded the way they'd come in packaging, while others appeared to have been worn. There were nearly 1,700 pairs in all, in a mix of colors and patterns. H ummel says when collected, they filled 10 large trash bags. He says investigators are "baffled" as to where the panties came from. Fr om kmov.com: Alaskan woman punches bear in the face to save pet A Juneau, Alaska, woman says she knows it was stupidSee WEIRD, A3W eirdF rom page A1

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to punch a black bear in the snout to save her dog. But Br ooke Collins says the attack happened so fast that all she could think about is keeping her dachshund, F udge, from being killed. The 22-year-old says as soon as she let her dogs out Sunday, Fudge started barking and she saw the bear carrying him like a salmon. C ollins told the Juneau Empire she did the first thing she thought of and punched the bear's face and scooped away her dog when it let go. The startled bear took off through bushes to a mountain. Fudge suffered some claw and bite marks, but they weren't deep. C ollins says he appeared to be more shocked than injured. Fr om aolnews.com: P ublic R estroom in Boston to R eopen as Sandwich Shop B oston's "Pink Palace" once served as a restroom. Now it will serve sandwiches. City officials announced W ednesday that the 1920s Gothic structure on Boston C ommon best known as an unused men's lavatory has been leased to become a r estaurant. Earl of Sandwich, a Florida-based chain, signed a 15-year contract to convert the structure into a take-out joint, scheduled to open later this year or early next year following renovations. Supporters of the deal figure the idea of a latrineturned-fast-food stop actually won't be too unsettling, considering the 660-squarefoot "Palace" hasn't been used as a restroom in decades. "This is a great opportunity to transform a unique unused space into an active business, while contributing to the vitality of the Boston Common," B oston Parks Department commissioner Toni Pollak said in a statement. "This project will allow us to preserve a historic building while also bringing new life to the park for all visitors to enjoy." Fr om sfgate.com: W ashington man lights beehive on fire after sting A Washington state fire chief says a man dumped gasoline on a beehive in a tree in retaliation for a bee sting, then ignited the hive, causing an explosion heard throughout his suburban neighborhood just a few miles south of the Canadian border. Lynden chief Gary B aar tells the Bellingham Her ald that the Sunday night fire caused a large "whoosh," singed the tree and killed the bees but no people were hurt. Baar says the man's friend had been stung earlier in the day. The fire chief says, "The correct way to do that is to call a beekeeper." Firefighters explained that to the homeow ner, and the newspaper says it doesn't appear that that the man will be cited. Fr om msnbc.msn.com: G olfer mistaken for clown charged with DWI in NY A Massachusetts man whose colorful golf attire was briefly mistaken for a clown outfit has been charged in New York with driving a golf cart while drunk. 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H er care and compassion has never faded, and we are so proud to consider Val a part of the Melbourne Terrace Family!Congratulations Kissy! www.MelbourneTerraceRehab.com Adopt a pet www.brevardsheriff.comF or more information, Contact Corrections Deputy Soto at(321) 690-1592or visit our website Corrections Deputy Butler holds Kira, a 9 month-old Labrador mix. Kira is currently in the Paws & Stripes Program at the Brevard County Jail Complex, and is available for adoption. said. It cannot be the act of a Muslim. By the same token, so-called Muslims we re there. B ecause of what a small group of fanatics did, the whole community (of M uslims) became involved, Dr Shaikh said. Since then, its like we have to explain our case every time. I t s OK, we welcome the opportunity to explain that we are normal people, from all walks of life. We have plumbers, construction workers, business people, lawyers, judges -name a profession, we are there. S o why single us out and put us down? he said. Dr Shaikh said animosity persists even though M uslims and Christians have lived together for thousands of years. He r ecalled serving on a r adio show panel after 9/11, when a caller complained of suffering kidney pain. When the host explained that Dr. S haikh is a professor, there to explain the Muslim faith, the caller replied, Ship him back! Dr Shaikh said Muslims have much in common with Christians. Muslims believe in Allah, or God, and believe in heaven, but their prophecies differ from the Bibles. As the worlds secondlargest religion (behind Christianity), the Muslim faith is practiced in India, I ndonesia, Bangladesh, P akistan, Lebanon, Syria and other countries. O nly 15 to 20 percent of the Muslim population is Arabs, Dr. Shaikh said. S till, Dr. Shaikh recalls the intimidation of all Muslims after 9/11. Thats our challenge, convincing people that we are not different from any other community, Dr. S haikh said. We, too, are striving to make a living. S ome of these people who say These guy are taking over, maybe their physician is a Muslim, or their professor is a Muslim. Dr Shaikh said the Koran does not advocate world domination by the Muslim culture. He said the Koran r efers to Christians as ansari, or friend. O ur holy book, the Koran, very clearly states that there is no compulsion in religion, there is no force, he said. If some people in the past took the bull by the horns and misinterpreted the verse thats not Islam. Dr Shaikh said some Americans mistakenly believe that Islams goal is domination. I f you look at the story of Jer icho in the Bible or stories in any other religion -there have been wars in every religion. B ut that doesnt mean I slam is here to take over thats absolutely untrue, he said. B laming 9/11 on all M uslims is like blaming all Christians for the domestic terrorism of Timothy McV eigh in Oklahoma City or David Koresh in Waco, T exas, he said. Dr Shaikh said he prefers to focus on the similarities among Christians and M uslims. M uslims worship the same God as the God of Abr aham, the God of Jesus, he said. W e may call him different names, but he is God the father, Dr. Shaikh said, adding that Jesus and Moses are mentioned prominent in the Koran. Dr Shaikh, a member of the Islamic Society of Br evard County, said he came to the United States in 1966 intending to stay three y ears for college, but three y ears became 45 years, and he was naturalized in 1977. M y children were born here, my grandchildren we re born here, this is my home, he said. The most wonderful people in the world are Americans. One of his proudest achievements was receiving the Kerry Bruce Clark Award as outstanding professor at FIT. U nfortunately, were under the scope, just like the Japanese and the Blacks we re, and we just have to go through it, he said. Dr Shaikh, who has been on the FIT staff for more than 25 years, said that when 9/11 occurred, I had never looked at my skin. B ut a few days later, I said, Hey, this is me. Once people realize were just normal people, it will turn. R emember, terrorism has no religion. W eirdF rom page A2ProfessorF rom page A1 See WEIRD, A9 FREE Legal Advice Clinic W ednesdays 3:00 pm to 7:00 pmFREEF oreclosure & Bankruptcy Clinic Fridays 8:45 amCall in advance to qualify for the clinics by calling (386) 255-6573 x 2445

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F or years to come, many of us will still recall where we we re and exactly what we we re doing the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. F or most, the images, thoughts and emotions associated with the 9/11 terrorist attacks wont soon be forgotten. T en years later, we asked some Brevard County r esidents to call to mind what they remember from that life-changing morning. P at Brown, ex ecutive director of Keep Brevard B eautiful O n the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, I was here at the K eep Brevard Beautiful office when one of our employees received a phone call from her husband about the first plane crashing into the twin towers. As we watched the events unfold on TV and r ealized our country was under attack, my thoughts w ent to the Kennedy Space C enter. I became very concerned that KSC could possibly be one of the next targets and feared for my husband, our space center, my family and community. It was a very unsettling day for our country. I did a lot of praying. Br ooke Deratany G oldfarb, president of P eaceful Beach Mediation & Collaboration in Indialantic We were living in the W ashington, D.C., area, and I was home on maternity leave with our first child. I r emember feeling afraid, but at the same time determined that my daughter would not grow up to be afraid or cowed by terrorists. So, I sat on the bed and sang to her over and over all the patriotic songs I could think of, listening myself to the words I was singing, as if hearing them for the first time, understanding them with new meaning. Da ve Be rkman, mayor of I ndialantic I was at work at Northrop Grumman that morning when word spread that one of the twin towers was hit by a plane. I ran upstairs to our By M eagan McGone and T ammy Roberts mmcgone@hometownnewsol.com troberts@hometownnewsol.com Throughout Brevard, organizations are literally picking up the pieces from the aftermath of 9/11. The pieces are steel r emains from the destroyed W orld Trade Center. Several local groups obtained the steel to create memorials in honor of those who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks. In V iera, Brevard County Fi re Rescue Station 48 plans to unveil its 1,821-pound piece of steel on Sunday, S ept. 11, at 11 a.m. The ceremony will also feature the Brevard County Fire R escue Honor Guard, bagpipers, and speeches by Fi re Chief Larry Collins and Br evard County District 4 C ommissioner Mary Bolin. Lt. Tyler Cox, project coordinator of the memorial, described the steel as a vertical I-beam that supported concrete flooring. Obtaining it wasnt easy. Lt. Cox submitted an application for a steel artifact more than two years ago, after a firefighter approached him regarding the possibility of obtaining steel through the Port A uthority of New York and N ew Jersey. The Port A uthority was giving away more than 1,200 pieces of the World Trade Center to select government agencies and nonprofits, and Lt. Co x s younger brother, Jeff, r eceived the first one on behalf of Windermere. H aving known the process because of my brother, I helped gather the information and application with Fire Chief Larry Collins to get a piece for Brevard C ounty, he said. In D ecember 2010, the Po rt A uthority granted his r equest. However, because the beam was considered to be part of a crime scene, seven months of completing paperwork passed before two firefighters could pick up the artifact from a hangar at John F. Kennedy I nternational Airport in New Yo rk City. Once the steel made it to Br evard, Chris Rhoden of R ood and Zwick, an architectural firm in Cocoa, assisted in designing the memorial. Bill Glover of M elbourne-based construction company William Gl ov er, Inc., constructed it. I t was our goal to provide a permanent memorial honoring those who lost their lives, Lt. Cox said. As members of the fire service, it was also important for us to reflect and remember the 343 brothers who paid the ultimate price that day. The Indian Harbour Beach V olunteer Fire Department is another Brevard-based organization that has r eceived a piece of steel from the World Trade Center towers. Lt. Rick LaDell of the I ndian Harbour Beach Fire D epartment initiated the r equest. The steel I-beam was w elded to the top of a stone monument installed in the stations Firefighters M emorial Garden late last month. One side of the monument lists the name of 24 fallen firefighters, who have volunteered with the I ndian Harbour Beach Fire D epartment, while the other side is an engraving honoring those killed in the S ept. 11 terrorist attacks. This was our way of r ecognizing the fallen firefighters, police, port authority members and innocent people who died that day and to remind others that freedom and liberty come with a price, said Indian Harbour Beach Fi re Chief Todd Scaldo. The beam is a 24-inch by 8-inch section, weighing 102 pounds, with one end still encased in concrete where it was anchored to a floor, Chief Scaldo said. The department will host a public ceremony Saturday, S ept. 10 at Station No. 56 to dedicate the monument. The event, which will be from 10 a.m. to noon, will also feature snacks, refreshments and brief speeches from the citys fire and police chiefs, mayor and the chaplain of the fire department. In addition to Brevard C ounty Fire Rescue and I ndian Harbour Beach V olunteer Fire Department, Ro ckledge Fire and Emergency Services will display a piece of steel at its station. Br evard Veterans Memorial Center in Merritt Island r eceived two twisted Ibeams, each weighing about 145 pounds, which will be displayed inside the museum. The Liberty Bell Memorial Mu seum in Melbourne has a 25-inch piece of steel, though it was given by a ground zero worker and not through the Port Authority. 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Brevard organizations have memories of steel Photo courtesy of Brevard County Fire RescueBill Glover, Chris Rhoden, and BCFR Assistant Chief Brad Hall stand next to the World Tr ade Center memorial, which will be unveiled on Sunday, Sept. 11 at Fire Station 48. Where were you the morning of Sept. 11, 2001?Local leaders, residents share their memories from that unforgettable dayBy T ammy Roberts Senior Staff Writertroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee CO MMUNITY, A11 Gordon Patterson P at Brown Brooke Goldfab Dave Berkman Larry Lawton

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me want to go there and just help out in any way I could, said Lt. Broccolo, who was just a four-year firefighter with the county at the time. I just had to go. While he hadnt planned on it at first, Lt. Schneider, who was Broccolos lieutenant at the time, agreed to accompany Lt. Broccolo and his oldest son, Rick, who now works for Orange C ounty Fire Rescue, on the 1,100-mile trek. B ecause all flights were grounded, the three squeezed in the cab of Lt. Br occolos F-150 pick-up truck and drove straight through to New York City. After catching a few hours sleep in a nearby hotel, the guys loaded up their gear the next morning and headed toward a staging area in the city. They were soon escorted by a Port A uthority vehicle, whose driver noticed their fire r escue shirts, while waiting for one of the citys tunnels to reopen. At the command post, they showed their credentials, including their confined space and hazardous materials certifications, to a staging coordinator, assuming they would be assisting with distributing supplies and other materials. The coordinator told them to get in whatever vehicle they drove in, and to follow a car that would be waiting for them in the street. Y oure going right in, she said. A t that point, my jaw just dropped, said Lt. Schneider, who has served 25 years with Brevard County. I r eally didnt know what to expect.A devastating sightS ilence filled the pick-up truck as they drove through the empty downtown streets, passing rows of unoccupied vehicles many with their headlights and blinkers still on, as if their passengers quickly fled and started running, Lt. Schneider said. As they got closer to the catastrophic site, a haze of dust began to cover the city and a large column of smoke still lingered above where the towers had stood just days before. After a few hours of answering phones inside a temporary emergency management facility, the lieutenants were assigned to a battalion made up of mostly NYFD members. In a single-file line, they walked several miles toward what is now known as ground zero, passing through rows of demolished office buildings, overturned ambulances and scattered fire boots and air packs halfburied in the rubble. I remember this big guy, probably the biggest guy Ive ever seen, standing next to me, Lt. Schneider said. H e looked at my shirt and said, Brevard County, where the hell is that? I told him, its in Florida. Then he put his arm around me, looked me square in the eyes and said, All right man, lets go find some of our brothers. The next 72 hours was a blur, Lt. Schneider said, made up of emotional turmoil and haunting images the men would r emember for years to come. An over-exhausted fire chief, whose two-day search efforts turned his white shirt a shade of dark gray; the ro ws of firefighters, police officers, construction workers and military units all working together; and then every so often, removing their helmets and moving aside, as crews of firemen carried their fallen brothers out of the rubble. The site was surreal, it was terrible, unimaginable, Lt. Broccolo said. The desperation in these peoples eyes, in their faces, it was as if they couldnt conceive what was actually happening. Lts. Schneider and Br occolo spent 18 straight hours at ground zero the first day, and returned every morning until Sept. 16. Each evening, they were met outside the site by rows of volunteers, offering food and supplies, and restaur ants, serving up hot meals, as a token of their gratitude. T hey were absolutely phenomenal, Lt. Schneider said. At the worst time in their history, they were the very best people period. While none of his close friends were victims of 9/11, three of Lt. Broccolos acquaintances from the N ew York Fire Department and Deer Park Volunteer Fi re D epartment died that day. While the images are always there, Lt. Schneider said its the firefighters who still work in New York City, who have to pass by the gear of their lost brothers and who look up at the skyline every day, who have it the worst. I t just reminds me not to take the ones I love for granted and to make sure they know how I feel, Lt. Schneider said. There was nothing glorious about being up there, but I am glad I went, added Lt. Broccolo, who comes from a long line of firefighters. I cant believe its been 10 years. Yet, I dont think theres any number of y ears that will make the scar of what happened disappear. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 9, 2011 Melbourne A5 For more information call us at (321) 729-0087 W ills, Trusts and Guardianship F ull Service Probate & Trust AdministrationM edicaid Qualification for Nursing H ome PlacementG uardian Advocacy and Special N eeds Trusts for Disabled Children and AdultsBoard Certified as an Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law FoundationVA Aid and Attendance for Long-Term Care ExpensesVA A ccredited Attorney Department of Veterans Affairs, Certificate #10840Helping Families Plan For Their Future 321 Sixth Avenue Indialantic, FL 32903 T el 321-729-0087 Fax 321-729-6969 www.ElderLawCenterBrevard.comRobin M. PetersenAttorney at Law Military Brat and Former JAG OfficerThe hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience. Package Includes:(321)259-3225WWW.MARTINPOOLS.COM POOL & SCREEN$21,986 CHECKTHISOUT Police report Melbourne Police Department Shane Florindo Carulli, 31, of 2446 Burns Ave., M elbourne, was charged Au g. 26 with resisting arrest without violence, felony child cruelty-infliction of physical pain and felony battery by strangulationdomestic violence. Malcolm Xavier Passmore, 19, of 1677 Sawgrass Dr ive S.W., Palm Bay, was charged Aug. 26 with unarmed home invasion r obbery and attempting to solicit/conspire. Spencer Lawrence H arrison, 20, of 111 Franklin Ave ., Indialantic, was charged Aug. 27 with criminal mischief-property damage and throwing a missile into a dwelling/vehicle. Gary Robert Dillon, 51, of 111 East Ave., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 29 with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and resisting arrest without violence. Raymond Cruz, 43, of 178 Browning Ave. N.E., P alm Bay, was charged Aug. 31 with possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Lawrence Henry St. Pierre, 49, of 4651 W. Eau G allie Blvd., Melbourne, was charged Sept. 1 with aggravated battery causing bodily harm.P alm Bay Police Department Otis Rodregis White, 20, of 1135 Wickham Road N., M elbourne, was charged A ug. 27 with driving while license suspended, resisting arrest without violence, fleeing/attempting to elude a police officer and having no motor vehicle registration.W est Melbourne P olice Department Glenda Farrier Broxton, 58, of 3020 Mary St., West M elbourne, was charged Au g. 26 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, selling cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia and two counts of selling drugs. Lishbourne Emanuel M ulvaney, 54, of 2854 T uscarora Court, West M elbourne, was charged A ug. 27 with aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon.Brevard County Sheriffs Office Donald F. Amatel, 58, of 2330 Johnny Ellison Drive, M elbourne, was charged A ug. 26 on an out-of-county warrant. Robin Renee Coleman, 37, of 1124 Gainey Drive, M elbourne, was charged A ug. 26 with prostitution/lewdness and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Melissa Beth Herron, 21, of 4145 Milwaukee Ave., We st Melbourne, was charged Aug. 26 with fraudillegal use of credit cards and fraud-obtaining property by impersonation. Krystal Lee Kirby, 28, address unknown, was charged Aug. 26 with prostitution, withholding child support and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia. Sarah Lynn Spencer, 25, address unknown, was charged Aug. 26 with larceny. Rashawnda Talora Friar, 26, of 100 University Blvd., M elbourne, was charged Au g. 27 with fraud-failure to r edeliver hired/leased property. Joseph James Horgan, 59, address unknown, was charged Aug 27 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied structure and two counts of petit larceny. Kedrin D. Latson, 30, of 325 University Blvd. E., M elbourne, was charged A ug. 27 with possession of a w eapon/ammo by a convicted felon. Shawn Michael Chalifoux, 30, of 2267 St. Swinten Lane, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 29 with trafficking a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Melinda Ann Hall, 57, of 3630 Meadowlark Way, West M elbourne, was charged A ug. 29 with felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Alex Joseph Briggs, 24, of 6987 Blackberry Court, M elbourne, was charged A ug. 30 with larceny, dealing in stolen property, fraudillegal use of credit cards and falsifying information on a pawn broker trade. Johnny Ray Morgan, 50, address unknown, was charged Aug. 30 with attempting to solicit/conspire. Jaime Barnes, 34, of 2351 E quniox Drive, Melbourne, was charged Sept.1 with selling cocaine, possession of cocaine with intent to sell, possession of drug paraphernalia and two counts of possession of cocaine. Jumar Barnes, 34, of 2351 E quinox Drive, Melbourne, was charged Sept. 1 with two counts of selling cocaine, two counts of possession of cocaine with intent to sell and two counts of possession of cocaine. Norma Jean Fisher, 35, of 447 Grove St., Melbourne, was charged Sept. 1 with larceny. Andrew D. Fullwood, 30, of 3151 Babcock St. S., M elbourne, was charged S ept.1 with aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon and felony battery. Jamel D. Nelems, 25, of 3303 Monroe St., Melbourne, was charged Sept. 1 with selling marijuana, possession of marijuana and possession of marijuana with intent to sell. Tyler Derek Richardson, 25, of 1710 Fletcher St., M elbourne, was charged S ept. 1 with producing marijuana, possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana and trafficking drugs.CRIMELINE: (800) 423-TIPSEditors 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. LieutenantF rom page A1 Henegar memoriam and tribute showH onor the returning heroes and those who have fallen and help remember the men and women whose lives were lost with this award-winning show, featuring performances by T arralyn Ramsey, Krista Branch, Open Key (Austin Weinstock and Ron Fabiani), Brian P hillips and The Italian Chicks. There will be a meet and greet 3-4 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 11, with main stage performances 4-7 p.m. C ost is $50. The event benefits Families of the Shield, a local nonprofit group. H enegar Center for the Arts in historic downtown Melbourne is at 625 E. New Haven Ave ., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 723-8698,e-mail K athy@henegar.org or visit www.henegar.org.Greater Canaveral BarbershoppersThe Greater Canaveral Chapter of The Barbershop Harmony Society will present the patriotic program United We Sing on Sunday, Sept. 11 at 3 p.m. at First United Church of Titusville, 206 S. Hopkins Ave., Titusville. The program includes patriotic songs, such as God Bless America, America the B eautiful, Battle Hymn of the Republic and This Land Is Your Land. F eatured on the show will be the Space Coast Chorus, 4 Notes Quartet and members of the Methodist church choir. A dmission is free and open to the public, but donations will be accepted. F or information,call (321) 269-7631.9/11 tributes planned Save Money,Eat OUT!Save Money,Eat OUT! 50 % OFFGift Certificates50 % OFFGift Certificates

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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.THIS WEEKS LUCKY WINNER WILL GET$200 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 Baby born I saw your article in the Hometown News, and thought that I might share my story. On Sept. 11, 2001, I was giving birth to my daughter "Alexandra Laurynn. I checked in to Holmes Regional at approximately 6:45 a.m. N ot much was brought to my attention until I was admitted to the birthing room. As we (my husband George, sons Matthew and Zachary and my sister, Lynn) settled in the room, we turned the TV on. It was obvious that something was happening. We witnessed the second plane crash and realized something was wrong. I am not sure if everyone was just confused and not clear on what was going on or if they were protecting me, given my state of mind. As my labor progressed, it was as though I had blocked out most of the sound and noise around me, focusing on the task at hand. At some point I heard my husband's voice say, "Oh my god, the buildings have collapsed." I never let any of this take me away, emotionally, from delivering my beautiful baby girl, (she was born at 12:18 p .m.); but after they settled me in a room that afternoon, the reality hit me. All I could think about at the time was that I was in a hospital and hoped it was the safest place for us at the time. My husband had my boys and I really don't know what that afternoon was like for them. I heard that parents were rushing to schools to get their children, etc. I almost felt like, and still do today, that I was on the outside of this tragic event. I did not watch the news for sometime after, just trying to cope with what was supposed to be a beautiful day for our family. Over the years, I have seen shows that relive that day. It is hard to watch and remember where I was and how different my life was that day. A friend of mine had a blanket made for Alexandra that said "You were the blessing that Day. It has her birth date embroidered on it. I believe this One year later, Florida Today came and interviewed my husband with my daughter. I was away on business. It appears that there were 13 babies born in Brevard County that day. My husband actually said he felt like this was "the circle of life. My heart breaks for those who lost loved ones. I watched a program that talked about the children born on this day. They called them "the faces of hope." Alexandra has been a true blessing in our life. She is a very special girl who is full of life. She is kind, generous and very outgoing. Thanks for letting me share my story. J ackie Bangos I ndialantic B iking On the afternoon of Sept. 11, 2001, I was biking through a town in Germany with my brother. We commented on hearing many church bells ringing but didn't find out until the next day why. Donna Stowe C ocoa Bo rn in the Bronx Ye s, I remember 09/11/01 very well. I was born and raised in the Bronx, New York City, and also worked in Manhattan. VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2011 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM A TIMELINE OF THE EVENTS OF SEPT. 118 a.m.:American Airlines Flight 11, a Boeing 76 7 with 92 people on board, takes off from Bostons Logan International Airport for Los Angeles.8:14 a.m.:United Airlines Flight 175, a Boeing 767 with 65 people on board, takes off from Logan for Los Angeles.8:21 a.m.:American Airlines Flight 77, a Boeing 757 with 64 people on board, takes off from Washington Dulles International Airport for Los Angeles.8:40 a.m.:F ederal Aviation Administration notifies North American Aerospace Defense Commands Northeast Air Defense Sector about suspected hijacking of American Flight 11.8:41 a.m.:United Airlines Flight 93, a Boeing 757 with 44 people on board, takes off from Newark International Airport for San Francisco.8:43 a.m.:FA A notifies NORAD about suspected hijacking of United Flight 175.8:46 a.m.:American Flight 11 crashes into north tower of World Trade Center.9:03 a.m.:United Flight 175 crashes into south tower.9:08 a.m.:FA A bans all takeoffs nationwide for flights going to or through its New York Center airspace.9:21 a.m.:All bridges and tunnels into Manhattan are closed.9:24 a.m.:FA A notifies NORAD about suspected hijacking of American Flight 77.9:26 a.m.:FA A bans takeoffs of all civilian aircraft.9:31 a.m.:President Bush, in Florida, calls crashes an apparent terrorist attack on our country.9:40 a.m.:American Flight 77 crashes into P entagon.9:45 a.m.:FA A orders all aircraft to land at nearest airport as soon as practical. More than 4,500 aircraft are in air at the time.9:48 a.m.:U.S. Capitol and White Houses W est Wing evacuated.9:59 a.m.:South tower of trade center collapses.1 0:07 a.m.(approx.): United Flight 93 crashes in Pennsylvania field.1 0:28 a.m.:North tower of trade center collapses.11 a.m.:New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani orders evacuation of lower Manhattan.1:04 p.m.:Bush, at Barksdale Air Force base in Louisiana, announces U.S. military on high alert worldwide.2:51 p.m.:Navy dispatches missile destroyers to New York, Washington.3:07 p.m.:Bush arrives at Strategic Command at Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska.5:25 p.m.:Empty 47-story 7 World Trade Center collapses. 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. Raits . . . .VP/Managing Editor Robin Bevilacqua . . .Human Resources Michele Muccigrosso .National Accounts Manager Carl Guffin . . . . . .Major Accounts Manager Chris Smith . . . . . .Regional Manager Te rrence Hart . . . . .Sales Manager Susan Hawkins . . . .Advertising Consultant Chuck Stephenson . .Advertising Consultant S ylvia Montes . . . . . . . . .Sales/Administrative Asst. Mercedes Lee-Paquette . . . .Production Manager Rita Zeblin . . . . . . . . . .Pagination Manager P atricia Snyder . . . . . . . .Director Classified AdvertisingAnna Snyder-Vasquez . . . . .Classified Consultant Carol Deprey-Zelenak . . . . .Classified Consultant Amber Feldman . . . . . . . .Classified Consultant Dolan Hoggatt . . . . . . . .Circulation Manager T iffany Robertson . . . . . . .District Circulation Manager Andy Stefanek . . . . . . . .Staff Photographer T ammy Roberts . . . . . . . .Senior Staff Writer Meagan McGone . . . . . . .Staff Writer Michael Hibbard . . . . . . .News Clerk I watched twin towers go and come down. I now have been living in Florida for many years. Ill never forget the heartbreak of that day, watching it on television as it happened. It broke my heart, and I cried. Ann Kane M alabar B ostons Logan Airport On 9/11/2001, my then-89-year-old mother and I were scheduled to return home to Florida on a flight out of B oston's Logan Airport at around noon. At around 9 a.m. I carried our suitcases down the stairs of my niece's house in Boston to find my mother and sister-inlaw staring in horror at the TV just, showing the plane out of Logan's Airport attacking the twin towers. My mother turned to me and said "those terrorist creeps have just attacked us, if we want to get home we'd better start hitch-hiking! My niece informed one of her coworker's husband had been on that fateful plane for a business trip headed to California; my nieces husband, on a business trip in Hong K ong, was detained indefinitely; and my mother and I, as w ell. I called the bus station, and was told we would have to stand in line and take our chances of getting on. I called the train station, and that wouldn't work, either. We would have to change trains in New York, and my mother would not be able to walk through the New York City train station. I called every day for the next five days until we were finally able to get a flight out of Boston's Logan Airport. Ev eryone at the airport was uneasy and eyeing each other up, fearing another terrorist highjacker among us! We finally arrived home safely to our worried family. My husband and I were scheduled for a flight the next month to Rochester, N.Y., for his annual hunting trip. The morning we were to leave for the Orlando airport, I got the shakes and told my husband I was unpacking my suitcase, not ready for a flight just yet! He traveled without me. I'm still a little apprehensive of flying, being in large crowds or at big events. O ur country will never be as safe as it was, and I don't think we will ever be as complacent as we once were. I, for sure, will never forget my proximity on 9/11 of the time and place I was at where the horror all started. 911 Truth I am with the 911truth.orgmovement. I am working on its new huge project. We will soon have a new full length (two-hour) movie, featuring all the top experts in their fields with all the latest science of the 10-year (unofficial) investigation of 9/11/01! The main focus is on the collapses of the three buildings. We call for a new (and first real) investigation into 9/11. We will be purchasing the film as soon as it becomes available (within a week or two) and setting up a complimentary showing. Ev entually, we will need a guestimate of attendees to finalize setting the viewing hall. Ev eryone is welcome, without regards to politics. P lease call (321) 271-1362 or visit http://ae911truth.org/en/news-section/41-articles/544eso-trailer.html for more information. C ar radio My name is JoAnn Millington, and I live here in Titusville. My husband and I moved here from Long Island, N.Y. in 1996. I was going about my business on 9/11, running errands and listening to the car radio. When I heard about the first plane I, like everyone else, thought it was a terrible accident; and then knew, as did everyone else, after the second, third and fourth planes hit, that if we survived that day, life in this country would never be the same again. I wrote to friends and relatives asking them where they we re and how they felt about what had happened. English class On Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001, I was in front of my eighthgrade English class taking the attendance. My cell phone began buzzing on my belt. I ignored it, but it began buzzing again. I looked at the screen and saw it my wife calling. Must be an emergency, I thought since she never disrupts me when I am teaching. I answered, and all she said was, Turn on your television and hung up. J ust as I had one of my students turn on the classrooms television, an announcement went out over Edgewood Mi ddle Schools P.A. system to go into lockdown. The television was on now and there in front of my eyes was the first of the twin towers on fire. P eople were running in all directions chaos had arrived media types were trying to make sense of an airliner perhaps accidentally crashing into the storied landmarks of N ew York and the United States. But soon, in full view, a second airliner appeared, and it crashed directly into the second tower. By now all eyes were glued on the television. Panic, fear, incredulity was becoming paramount in the classroom. I told my students to turn away from the television, face front, clear their desks, and take out a pencil. I had a huge collection of 16-by-20 drawing paper that had just been donated to the school, so I gave each student a paper and asked them to draw how they were feeling at this particular moment in Americas history. The room fell silent except for the scratching of pencils and markers S ince we would be in that room for most of the day until r eleased, I told my students to take their time and really r eflect on what now had become an obvious attack on the homeland of the United States. I watched the television, since muted, in horror as the towers fell into their massive plumes of dust, debris and death. S ometime around noon, the administration allowed the students out of lockdown and into the cafeteria to eat and then be picked up by the myriad of parents now entering the school to retrieve their children. On the way out of the classroom, I asked the students to place their drawn memory on my desk.See LETTERS, A7 Letters

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 9, 2011 Melbourne A7 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! D arshan Patel, who was born in India, and whose parents worked for the university, was the last student to leave. He folded his large piece of heavy drawing paper in quarters and threw it into the trash, saying, I am embarrassed and ashamed of what happened in America today, and I hope you will forgive me for this poor effort. I assured him that it was fine if he did not want to let me see it. W ith that, he went into the cafeteria, and then he was never to be seen at E dgewood again. I retrieved Darshans drawing. I was immediately ov erwhelmed. I was looking at the most masterful piece of communications ever created. It said what a million words written since could never express. I kept it hanging in my office until March 2002, when I photographed it and used it to replace the last page of TRIBES, the official yearbook of, then, Edgewood Middle School. My y oung, smart editor, Car olyn Emery added Alan J acksons great songs words and we had our memory of 9/11 placed permanently into the 2001-02 yearbook. It has haunted me ever since. D avid Bradford F light 93 T uesday, Sept. 11, 2001, I was visiting with my old friend, Ruth R., in Great F alls, Va. My home was in Minnesota, but we had just attended a convention of ex-flight attendants from Pan Am Airlines, who continue to meet once a year in various cities around the world. It is always a great time with friends of yesteryear, and now, we raised considerable money for the needy worldwide, as we developed a 501C3 organization. In fact, we flew in the late s, early s, and are eagerly anticipating ABCs 2011 prime time scheduling of a series on Pan Am, airing S undays at 10 p.m. EST on S ept. 25. We we re planning on visiting the Air Space Museum in Washington, D.C., that day. S ince I was flying my B eechcraft Muskateer at that time, I could never see enough of aviation history. We we re eager for the day and were driving into the streams of traffic around 10 a.m. that morning. Little did we know that at that moment in time, men moved quickly up the aisle of the 757 of United Flight 93; and a friend of ours, T odd Beamer, was prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice. A ccording to the Dallas Mor ning News, Todd Beamer was one of the three most admired individuals in America on 9-11-01. T odd was on a business trip and was the man who cunningly planned to put down the Muslim terrorists who were aboard his flight, who planned to fly that plane into the Capitol or the White House. B ecause of Todd Beamer and a few other men on that flight, Flight 93 crashed in S hanksville, Penn., a small town southeast of Pittsburgh. H is wife, Lisa, had been called by him, shortly before he brought down the Muslim extremists, and she heard him say the famous words, Lets roll. If it werent for brave men like Todd, that United flight would have caused far more damage and loss of life. Thank God for courageous men like Todd, who in the midst of crisis, dare to live to their last second with hope. Tr uly valiant heroes aboard Flight 93 fought the first battle in what President B ush declared as a war against terrorism, which we are continuing to fight today. We look back to their courageous actions of the crew and a few passengers and are reminded that 9-1101 was a day when people around the world felt violated, helpless, alone and afraid. R uth and I recalled the friend we had aboard Pan Am 103, which was brought down over Lockerbee, by a terrorist from Iran, and he is still enjoying freedom today, which bothers me whenever I think of it, as that act of terr or was the beginning of the end to the greatest airline ever, in my opinion. The horrible death tolls and destruction in New York Citys World Trade Center is something no one should ever forget. B ut remember, there was also a plane which also crashed into the Pentagon, and that was where my friends son worked, so we naturally tried valiantly to find out if son, Paul, had been hurt in any way. It was such a relief to finally reach him on his cell and learn that he had not been in harms way. The number of people who died in the crash of F light 93 was confirmed at 37 passengers, four of whom we re M uslim terrorists plus the pilot, copilot and five flight attendants, who perished at the hands of extremists. It couldve been much worse. R uth and I attended the funeral of Todd Beamer, and it was extremely memor able, moving and very sad. T odd and Lisa had two y oung sons and an infant daughter when Todd took that fateful flight. It reminds me that we never know what each day brings. I suggest everyone read some of the many books available such as the Koran and books, such as these: T he Terrorist Watch by R on Kessler,which describes the race to stop the next attack; Taking America Back, by Joseph Far ah; all of Brigitte G abriels books such as B ecause they Hate and They Must be Stopped.L ettersF rom page A6 Darshan Patel, a former student at Edgewood Middle School,created this drawing in his eighth-grade class, capturing his thoughts in the minutes following the terrorst attacks of 9/11. See LETTERS, A10

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I was one of the lucky ones. A few days before the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, I flew into New Yo rk City with a head full of dreams. I was working for a Dallas newspaper when I decided to act on a long-held dream. So I flew to New York. It was while living in New Yo rk that I began spending my summers biking and hiking in scenic Zion N ational Park in Utah, where I earned my keep by helping out the owner of a charming motel. In N ew York, I lived in lower Manhattan briefly, just a short walk from the W orld Trade Center. I also spent 15 years in suburban N ew Jersey, across the H udson River from the twin towers. The twin towers were like directional beacons regardless of whether you were driving on the New Jersey Tur npike, or heading to Long Island or toward C onnecticut. They were a major part of the New York landscape two imposing towers in a city of many imposing structures. When friends visited me from out of state, we headed to the World Trade Center, where I would park my car before walking to catch a ferry to the Statue of Liberty. The towers were part of the fabric of New York City life. By 2001, I was living in D allas, when I learned that the owner of the Utah motel where I spent my summers was seeking a buyer. So I flew into New York from D allas to solicit financial investors for the pricey motel, which attracts tourists from around the world. I prepared a financial prospectus and spent a couple of days pitching the property to several Manhattan-based business associates. After several typically frenzied days in Manhattan, I was scheduled to depart for Dallas on Sept. 9. When I arrived in New Yor k, I realized I had forgotten a suit jacket, so I drove to the suburban W illowbrook Mall in Wayne, N.J., where I spent many an afternoon during my days in the Garden State. I learned later that the terrorist hijackers visited W illowbrook Mall the same day I did, on Sept. 8, shopping for clothes at the same Macys Department S tore I went to. The hijackers were shopping for Americanstyle mens suits to blend in with other business travelers. For tunately, I would stay a step ahead of their murderous plot. After a day of pitching my motel investment, I stayed in the city for the weekend before flying out of Newark I nternational Airport on S ept. 9, heading to DallasFo rt Wor th on a sizeable plane with a tank full of gas. T wo days later, the terrorists hijacked a plane out of the same Newark I nternational Airport, the airport I had flown out of hundreds of times during my Jersey days. I knew that airport layout like the back of my hand. When they launched their coordinated attacks, the hijackers targeted planes flying long-distance routes because they would contain more fuel, thus inflicting more damage. It s still a sobering thought to realize I could have been aboard one of the ill-fated planes just two days later. After the attacks, I read the account of a Hollywood movie casting director who flew from New York to Los Angeles a few weeks before 9/11. He wrote of flying in first class along with four M iddle Eastern men who sat rigidly in their seats, without speaking during the cross-country flight. The casting director wrote that as a routine hobby, he tried to figure out what role people played in real life. He immediately asked a flight attendant to warn the pilot of a possible takeover of the plane. The director wrote that he even kept the knife from his meals silverware, just in case. The plane landed safely in L.A., and he later surmised that the suspicious travelers may have been casing the joint in preparation for 9/11. A few weeks later, the terrorists hijacked four planes, including United Airlines Flight 93, which was bound from Newark I nternational Airport to San Fr ancisco. P assengers heroically fought the hijackers, and the plane crashed in a rural P ennsylvania field. I had flown that identical r oute several times during my Jersey days. C oincidentally, this S unday, on Sept. 11, I will be in the air on a commercial flight to Florida. I will take time to say a silent prayer for all those who suffered on that fateful day 10 years ago. D an Garcia is a staff writer with H ometown News. F riday, September 9, 2011 A8 MelbourneHometown News SPAY/NEUTER FEESFeline (Cat): $35.00 (starting at)Canine (Dog): $50.00(starting at)V accines for CBHS Members V ACCINATIONS: Good for up to (4) pets. One time savings. Offer valid through 9/30/11. Must mention discount coupon at time of scheduling appointment. 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On 9/11, I was one of the lucky ones Hometown News reporter flew out of New Y ork two days before terrorist hijackingsBy Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.comDan Garcia Photo by Dan GarciaP alm Bay city council members Michele Paccione and William Capote watched the World Trade Center attacked on Sept. 11. They were both in outlying suburbs. Palm Bay council members witnessed horror of 9/11 in NYCP alm Bay city councilwoman Michele Paccione r ecalls flying into New York City on a beautiful day on S ept. 9, 2001, and seeing the W orld Trade Center shimmering grandly as her plane approached Newark, N.J., I nternational Airport. E ight days later, as she r ode on an Amtrak train leaving New York, tears flooded her eyes as she saw smoke shrouding the TwinMs.Paccione,Mr. Capote were in New York suburbs when twin towers were attackedBy Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.comSee WITNESSES, A9

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r eceived a report that someone dressed as a clown was operating a stolen golf cart on the streets of the western N ew York town of Batavia on S unday night. Deputies eventually found 37-yearold James Straub of Stoneham, Mass., at a home in B atavia, The Batavian newspaper reported. He wasn't dressed as a clown just w earing some colorful clothing after an outing at T erry Hills Golf Course, the origin of the cart. But deputies say he was intoxicated. Straub pleaded not guilty in town court to a misdemeanor count of driving while intoxicated and a lesser charge of refusing to take a breath test. He didn't have a lawyer at his initial appearance. S ean McCarthy fixes computers.He can be reached at (772) 408-0680 or help@ComputeThisOnline.com (no hyphens). Tow ers. Ms. Pacciones fellow councilman, William C apote, was working for a stock brokerage firm in J ersey City, N.J., on Sept. 11, 2001, and watched from his 11th-floor office as the second plane hit the tower. Mr. Capote could have been near the twin towers himself, except that the business he worked for, UBS-Paine Webber, had r elocated, like other brokerage firms, to the New Jersey side of the Hudson River, across from Manhattan. B oth council members have indelibly vivid recollections and emotionally wrenching memories -of the day America was attacked. They were witnessed to Americas greatest tragedy. On Sept. 11, 2001, Ms. P accione had planned to take the subway to the W orld Trade Center from her brothers home in suburban Westchester C ounty, N.Y. She had frequently shopped and dined at the twin towers when she worked as a saleswoman on Broadway in Lower Manhattan. I nstead, Ms. Paccione watched from her suburban enclave as the towers became pillars of smoke. Ms. Paccione had arrived in New York for her godsons christening, and first visited her sister in New Jersey. I t was a beautiful Sunday, and we took the New Jersey Tur npike to New York, Ms. P accione said. As we passed by Manhattan, you could see the twin towers, so beautiful. I used to sit outside the towers for lunch. They had a mall and a subway stop, Ms. Paccione recalled. M y husband and I got our marriage license in New Yor k, so we went to the top of the observation deck of one of the towers. I have a picture of that. Its a very special memory. On Sept. 11, her husband, who had remained in F lorida, woke her up to tell her: Dont go into New York today. In Florida, her husband was listening to the popular New York-based Howard Stern radio show thanks to Sirius Radio and learned of the first plane attack. Like the rest of America, we saw the second plane hit. Of course, we were devastated, she said. Ms. Paccione, a native of Q ueens, N.Y., remembers being filled with sadness as her train pulled out of New York. The train goes through a tunnel and comes out on the New Jersey side, and when it did, all I could see was the smoke, Ms. P accione recalled. I t put tears in my eyes, and I cried leaving New Yo rk It was sad, knowing I had gone there on Sunday, seeing the beautiful towers, and leaving a week later and seeing the smoke and knowing the towers were gone. The people that worked there died. That part really brought me to tears, Ms. P accione said. S he hasnt been back to N ew York since. Mr. Capote was at work for UBS-Paine Webber in Jersey City, N.J., during the attack. J ersey City is as close to Lower Manhattan as the width of the Hudson River. The nearby Statue of Liberty draws its electricity from N ew Jersey, so Mr. Capote was actually closer to the T win Towers than residents of Upper Manhattan. Mr. Capote, the councils deputy mayor, recalled the confusion caused by the first tower catching fire, and hearing reports of a possible gas explosion. I wondered, Oh my God, how are they going to turn that fire out? Mr. Capote r ecalled. I t was like watching the movie Towering Inferno, he said. Mr. Capote worried about some business acquaintances who were working in the first tower. Then the second plane approached. I t was surreal, Mr. C apote recalled. The plane leveled out, and it seemed like the person driving the plane put it into full gear. Mr. Capote instantly wondered when fighter jets would scramble from McG uire Air Force Base or Fo rt D ix, both in New Jersey. I t was like time was standing still. I said No! when the plane hit. I thought we were at war. Mr. Capote called his wife, Anita, in her office in Elizabeth, N.J., to get their children out of school. The fighter jets never arrived. B ut America had not been prepared for such an attack. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 9, 2011 Melbourne A9 R omancing the StoveArlene Borg The Grammy Guruwww.HometownNewsOL.com R ecipes S tories Archives & More W eirdF rom page A3 WitnessesF rom page A8Nor th Wickham Road in M elbourne. The Space Coast Stadium is located at 5800 Stadium Par kway in Viera. 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F loridas own Peter Feaman of Boynton Beach has written two excellent books: W ake Up America and T en Years After and Still Asleep. American Jihad, by Steve Emerson, is about the Muslim terrorists living among us; and Stealth Jihad, by R obert Spencer, describes how radical Islam is subverting America without guns or bombs. There are some great P olitically Incorrect Guides to Islam and the Crusades, which might appeal to teens and young adults, as well. I love the Politically I ncorrect Guide to the Fo unding Fathers, as well. There are a group of patriots who meet once a month in the government center, B ldg. C ,for the ACT (American Congress for Truth) meetings every month at 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.(2725 Ju dge Fran Jamieson Way, V iera). Visit www.ActSpaceC oast.org. There other grassroots organizations, as well, which keep you informed on what is happening in the community, such as Brevard 912, www.brevard912.net, the Brevard Tea party: www.brevardteaparty.com, T itusville Patriots, www.titusvillepatriots.ning. com, the Ronald Reagan club, www.ronaldreaganclubs.com, and the RLC of C entral East Florida, www.rlccef.org. This group has a Constitution dinner coming up on S aturday, Oct. 1, which will be extremely memorable. T icket information is on w ebsite or call (321) 2557380. There will be programs all ov er Brevard to commemor ate that fateful day. I hope everyone will attend one of the programs, such as the one at the Space C oast Stadium, which is free and begins at noon, with a charity run prior to the program. The Greater Canaveral Chapter of the Barbershop Har mony Society is having a program on 9-11 at First U nited Methodist church of T itusville. The entire program will be patriotic songs. The program begins at 6:30 p.m. Lets get the feeling back we all shared on 9-12-01! Let us get back to what has made America great: our faith in God and in our fellow Americans. Alice Kreitz M elbourne Q ueens I grew up in Queens, and every day walking to school, I would see the "twin towers" in the distant skyline. It was always there, and that skyline was a part of me. I loved it so much, that, as an adult, I purchased several pieces of artwork with that skyline for my first home. Those pieces are now hanging in my home in F lorida, where I have lived since 1993. The morning of Sept. 11, 2001, I was again on my way to school. This time it was to have lunch with my son, who had just started kindergarten. As I was entering the building, a friend of mine who was also from New Yor k, told me the news. It shook me to the core, but I had to hold it together for my son's sake. I went home and watched the news the rest of the day, in shock like the rest of the world. I remember a feeling of doom and concern for my son's future. I have been back to New Yo rk a few times since then, and it is disturbing and unnatural not to see those towers in the distance anymore. It leaves me feeling empty and sad, and it is a feeling that will be with me forever. W endy Bornemann M elbourne T oday Show On 9/11, my husband and I watched the Today Show on TV as the planes crashed into the twin towers of the W orld Trade Center. W atching this horrible attack on our country was very surreal. We we re living in Arlington, Va. (across the bridge from Washington, D.C.). My husband suggested we go immediately to the Fort My er Army Clinic to pick up some medicine before the military base was closed to the public. As we were driving toward the Pentagon, we noticed smoke and flames above the it. My husband said "I wonder what that smoke above the Pentagon is?" I said, "They are probably burning classified documents." We did not have the car r adio on because we were in shock. We did not know the P entagon was being attacked by terrorists in our planes at that moment. We we re the last civilians to be allowed into the base before it closed. It was a beautiful, sunny day and planes and helicopters were flying in the sky all over the D .C. area. It felt like we were experiencing another Pearl Harbor. The clinic was closed, so we thought we would get some food at the commissary. While we were shopping for groceries, a loud boom shook the building and the manger told everybody to drop everything and leave the building immediately. When we got outside, we thought we would go home because my husband's air tank for breathing was running out. But the soldiers said we couldn't leave the base because it was locked down and they didn't know when the orders to open the base would be given. S ince my husband was w eak, I had to find someone to get him a full air tank, which was difficult because there was so much confusion on the base. Ev entually, I located a soldier who was willing to help us get an air tank for my husband and we waited under the only tree in the parking lot until they opened the base and we could go home. After 10 years, I vividly r emember this unfortunate experience as if it was yesterday. At first, our people came together helping one another, and American flags were displayed everywhere. I think our world is worse now from fighting two wars, a bad economy, tea parties, the greed and power struggle of many of our leaders, and we, along with the rest of the world, are struggling with global politics. R ose Marie Wiley C ocoa Beach Fir efighter H i, my name is Jerry S mith. I'm an 18-year firemedic for Brevard County Fire Rescue. I went to NYC a week after Sept. 11 and spent two weeks there. 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command center lab, where my co-workers and I watched it on several news channels. Several minutes later, the second tower was hit and it became clear we we re being attacked. I spent the rest of the morning calling family and friends in a panic, checking on them. B efore my wife, Cathy, and I moved to Florida, she worked on the 102nd floor of Tower 1, and we both have friends who were there. Thankfully, we didnt lose any close friends, but knew several people in the buildings who barely escaped. Larry Lawton, founder and president of Lawton911 and the Reality Check Program,who was serving an 11-year sentence for r acketeering at a prison in J esup,Ga.,on the morning of S ept.11,2001. I was in prison when 9/11 hit, and I was in my cell when a friend came in and said a plane hit the twin towers. I thought it was a small plane. He came back in and said you have to see this. I came right out before the second plane hit the south tower. I was glued to the set. Some of the Muslim inmates were cheering and they started getting stabbed by the American inmates. The prison system had to put all of the Muslim inmates in protective custody for more than three months and then transferred a lot of them. It was a very dangerous time in the prison system. Until things calmed down, a lot of prisons were on what we call lockdown The whole prison is 24/7 locked in your cell. It was crazy. Even the guards united with the American inmates. I will never forget 9/11. My dad was a construction worker on the Twin Towers and did all of the sheet metal work. I r emember being on the 103rd floor in 1970 when that was the top. My dad died in December of last y ear, so this will be the first y ear without him during 9/11. Gor don Patterson, professor of history at F lorida Tech in Melbourne I was at my home in M elbourne, preparing for a class, and my son, who lives in Santa Monica, called me and told me that something dreadful had happened. I came into school and spoke with the vice president of student affairs and the dean of students. We immediately organized a campus r esponse team for our students, faculty and staff, which started later that morning. We had small groups that met in the student union and around campus, as an opportunity for young people to express their feelings. We did whatever we could to prevent people from going off by themselves and feeling alone. We also organized a commemorative campus-wide ceremony that took place on Friday. I think a lot of the young people we spoke with wanted some sort of explanation for what happened and wanted to know what was going to happen next. At that point, a lot of them realized how much of our lives are contingent and that random acts of violence can occur and there are times when there arent any adults in the r oom who can say its going to be all right. In so many ways, I think our country has changed. I think were still changing. The thing about history is that you dont always realize when its happening. dent of the local chapter for the Space Coast F.O.O.L.S. (Fraternal Order Of Leatherheads Society ) in honor of the 10-year anniversary of S ept. 11, I am hosting an event called "10 Years Of Pr ide," which will take place on Sept 9, 10 and 11. The three days of events are as follows: Sept. 9 dinner with the presidents, Sept. 10 guns and hoses, 911 surf classic and Sept. 11 the ride of pride. V isit www.10yearsofpride.weebly.com for more information. I will never forget, and encourage my fellow man never to forget as well. J erry Smith9/11 through the eyes of some young family membersB usy dealing with a loud, annoyed patient, I sensed something was amiss when the front office door quietly closed. The image of tears r unning freely down the doctors face is as indelibly etched in my memory as the vision of the tail section disappearing into the flames. The words, They just flew an airliner into the World Tr ade Center, were the last that doctor would utter for a long time that day. Ev ery Americans world had just changed. The surrealism of that horrible cloud slowly overtaking those poor souls running from it made the whole nightmare almost more than the senses of those watching could bear. S ome watching the unthinkable unfold thought, P lease, God, make this be some kind of hideous mistake. Please let the picture Im watching be some bad movie that somehow got transposed onto daytime television! While the horror was at it peak in New York, Pennsylvania, and our nations capital, the ripples were already being felt all over the country. The terrible realization of how vulnerable we we re was just as paralyzing as the incredibleness of what we were watching. Like most Americans, we here on the Space Coast pushed through the rest of the day as best we could, frantically reaching out to loved ones, friends and neighbors. Our hearts and prayers going to those who couldnt connect. A co-worker whose son was proudly serving his country on a military base built atop missile silos containing nuclear warheads frantically dialed her sons phone, and then his wifes over and over, never getting an answer. She was not even able to hear her childs voice advising her to leave a message, just that infernal ringing. H ad They captured the base? Exploded the warheads? Would the missiles be the next target? What about our nuclear powered energy plants? Would the U.S. actually use the missiles? Questions far outw eighed answers for many days. R elatives of Space Center workers were facing many of the same questions. W ould They want to stop us from sending any more satellites up? Did They think there were buildings containing surveillance equipment and destroying them would keep the world from watching the atrocities they were doing? Would They derive pleasure by keeping us from reaching our astronauts in the International Space Station? S ecurity tightened immediately, many of us frantically trying to contact husbands, wives, sons, and daughters were advised all lines were busy and we should try again later. For a long afternoon, any nonessential movement was frowned upon. Mothers we re calling relatives to pick children up from school; fathers were calling to advise they would be late coming home. The myriad lives still taking turns never imagined is uncountable. Most families have members whose path was changed or guided by the events we will be commemorating in a few short days. I believe the changes being experienced by my family members are fairly r epresentative of the twists in lifes path being experienced by Americans everywhere... Ro y; as a young sailor r ecovering from knee surgery did his absolute best to coerce his naval doctor to allow him to join his shipmates in the first ship overseas. Confined to the hospital then intensive physical therapy, he fell back on his journalism degree to r esearch and report on who They were and what They wanted for the Navy publications. He is still pursuing his career in all forms of journalism, both print and electronic. Alicia; In her second y ear in high school she was one of the many whose parents pulled out of school that hideous day, chose to enroll in R.O.T.C. partly because the idea of protecting the U.S. was very appealing to a junior high school girl looking for a goal in life. The word terrorism had never entered her vocabulary. It wasnt until college that she took a course on terrorism which included a class on 9-11, and she decided to follow that path instead of criminal justice, as she previously chosen. She is presently serving her country at Minot Air Force Base, spending var ious hours every week underground in the missile silo bunkers. R.J.; Only eight years old at the time remembers thinking the pictures of all those people being swallowed by the gray cloud was so much like one of his games. Is now working in J ob Corps learning masonry and would like to devise a much stronger form of concrete better able to handle stress and explosions. Car ter; Born a few months before the horrific day, he plays football like his older brother, is a musical genius like his older brother, but sadly unlike his older brother has never known a day in his short life that someone in his world does not openly discuss terrorism. He is able to explain in detail what T.S.A. agents are, what they do, and why they do it. A child just shouldnt know this. We have precautions at our airports, ports, and borders. Satellites with surveillance equipment is just one covert medium that is in force to help keep an eye on those we think may want to do us harm. We are doing everything possible to stay as safe as we can and still enjoy the freedom that is only available in the greatest nation in the world. Americans are a diverse family with many internal conflicts, but like the families that make up this nation, we come together in times of crises. Our country has faced innumerable catastrophes stoically and has always somehow mended itself and become even stronger because of the adversity. We come back and r ebuild our lives and souls just as surely as those memorials to our courage and selflessness stand in M anhattan today. In memorializing this horrific act on this 9-11, we are memorializing the r esilience of the American spirit. R ose Padrick www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 9, 2011 Melbourne A11 WELLNESS & PREVENTION PRODUCTS AVAILABLE 2161 AURORA RD., MELBOURNE 321-421-6277BREVARDAIDTOANIMALS LOW COST SPAY/NEUTER VACCINATIONS PUPPY KITTEN PLANSV et Care Available Friday & Saturday W alk-Ins Welcome! 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NEW ARCADE TOURNAMENTFRIDA Y 7:00-10:30pmTUES. THURS. SA T 1:00 pm 3:30 pm Out & about J ohn Philip Sousa is w ell-known as a composer of marches, but he was also an entertainer, and when he staged a concert, he put on a show. On Sept. 18, the Community Band of Brevard, under the direction of Marion Scott, will perform a Sousastyle concert with rousing marches and a lot more. Mar ion Scott, the bands founder and director, spoke about Sousas style. S ousa wrote a lot of marches, but when he was giving a concert, he didnt just play his music, Mr. Scott said. Between every number, he would insert one of his marches. He had a woman holding up a big card with the title of the march. It was a little like vaudeville days. The concert will certainly include Sousa works and will feature a piece by the composer that was only recently published. It was much performed in his time, but then disappeared from the repertoire. Entitled People who Live in Glass Houses, it is made up of four movements, each celebrating a different alcoholic beverage. S ousa had several other traditions, including a performance by a singer at each concert. Shelle W aller will open the program, singing Sandi P attis version of The S tar-Spangled Banner. Ms. Waller will also perform the Laughing S ong from the Strauss opera, Die Fledermaus. Another Sousa tradition was to play a novelty, humorous piece. Mr. Scott has included Leroy Andersons The Sandpaper Ballet to fill that bill. Among the Sousa marches to be played are The Bullets and Bayonets Mar ch, The Washington P ost March, The Invincible Eagle March, The B eau Ideal March and The Stars and Stripes Fo re ver. Sousas H umoresque on Swanee is also featured. Wor ks by Franz von S uppe, Shostakovich, Sar tori and Quarantotto and L.J.F. Herold round out the program. Mr. Scott has led the band since its founding in 1985. The South Carolina native studied at the U niversity of Georgia and the University of South F lorida. The conductor and music educator taught at S outhwest Junior High in M elbourne and was the first band director at the new Merritt Island High School. He was band director at Brevard C ommunity College for many years, as well, r emaining until his r etirement. He still enjoys picking up the baton and putting on a show. Mr. Sousa would undoubtedly approve. The Community Band of Br evard presents A John P hilip Sousa-Style Concerton Sept.18 at the M erritt Island High School A uditorium,100 E. M ustang Way.The 2 p.m. concert is free,but donations are accepted.Spills, Thrills and What Nots and Endless Summer exhibitionIn conjunction with local art collaborative Brick & Mortars exhibition Endless Summer: The 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 non-traditional 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 W ilsonandRich Sullivan, videographerDustin Miller, artistTy W illiams and the craftsmanship of local surfboard shapersRicky Carrolland Larry Mayo. T hrough 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. They are located at 643 Brevard Ave. in Historic Cocoa Village. F or more information, please contact Lindsay Kolsch at(850) 766-6958, email 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 Park, the concert will showcase the Country Classics Band. T he Country Classics Band has a legendry Nashville sparkle of familyoriented music. T hey play the best of classic country, a little bluegrass and a smidgen of Rock N Roll from the 1950s to the 1 990s. 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/ban d. F or more information about the concert, please call (321)984-4852 or visit www.floridastateparks.org/sebastianinlet.Brevard Gator Club to partyT he Brevard County Gator Club will be holding Gator parties at: Hooters of Melbourne. Call (321) 72 5-7409 Broken Barrel Tavern. Call (321) 728-4755 Nameless Bar. Call (321) 459-1096 T he dates will be Saturdays, Sept. 10, 17 and 24; Oct. 1, 8, 15 and 29; and Nov. 5, 12, 19 and 26. F or more information, visit www.brevardgatorclub.com or call (321) 8907754.Barbershoppers 9/11 event Baja Tavern and Eats: The Supercats will play 5-9 p .m. Thursday. The Baja is at 626 Glen Cheek Drive, Po rt C anaveral. C all (321) 799-1616. Beach Shack: The Josh M iller Blues Revue will play 8 p.m. to midnight Friday. The Hymn For Her special show will be 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday. The MCs will play 6-10 p.m. S unday. The blues jam with the Space Coast Cowboys is 8 p.m. to midnight Thursday. The Beach Shack is at 1 M inuteman Causeway, C ocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-2250. Cabana Shores Tiki Bar: J essica Ottway will play 710 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: K en Moores will play 2:30-6:30 p.m. Sunday. K atannas is at 4263 N. H arbor City Blvd. (Highway U.S. 1), Melbourne. C all (321) 253-1369. City Tropics Bistro: J erry Z ee and Company will play at 11 a.m. Sunday. City Tr opics Bistro is at 249 Fifth Ave ., Indialantic. C all (321) 723-1300. Cocoa Beach Pier: Mo Geetz will play 7-11 p.m. S aturday and 6-10 p.m. W ednesday. The Tropical Y uppies will play 6-10 p.m. Thursday. The Cocoa Beach Pier is at 401 Meade Ave., C ocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4050. Coconuts On The B each: Mo Geetz will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. Dave Kury will play 2-6 p.m., and J ohnny Danger will play 711 p.m. Saturday. Coco Locos will play 2-6 p.m. S unday. Chris Miller will play 7-11 p.m. Tuesday. Der ek Bernard will play 610 p.m. Wednesday. Mo D uo will play 7-11 p.m. Thursday. Coconuts is at 225 Atlantic Ave., Cocoa B each. C all (321) 784-1422. Crickets: M edusa will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday. Cr ickets is at 1942 N. Wi ckham Road, Melbourne. C all (321) 242-9280. Juice N Java: H oney M iller will be recording a live show 7-10 p.m. Friday. J uice N Java is at 75 N. Orlando Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 784-4044. Jumps Tiny Tavern: Rich D eems will play 5-9 p.m. Fr iday. Strobe-Lite will play STAR SCOPESJames Tucker W eek of 9-9-2011 Aries-March 21-April 19Its time to honor your self. F all, time of harvest will be here soon. Remove any limitations you have placed on yourself and let the rewards flow. You have done so much this year. There is still a ways to go. Continue to listen to your inner guidance, live a balanced life and stay on the edge. Great things are on the way.T aurus-April 20-May 20Y ou do your best when you are on a natural high. Let others know how much you appreciate their help. Release any unwanted baggage from the past. Keep a lighter touch. What are your top priorities? You are a winner. Winners take care of the most important things first. Losers dread to do this. You are a winner.Gemini-May 21-June 21Y ou have a new direction in life. New and better ideas are beginning to emerge. A good life is lived by those who create and enjoy adventures that make them happy. The journey is more important than the destination. Keep setting goals. They pull you back on track when the world tries to take you astray.Cancer-June 22-July 22Y our spirit is lighter. Your energy is stronger. You seem happier. Refuse to let anyone pull you down from this beautiful high and freedom. Y ou are a water sign. Water rules the heart and feelings. Y ou have major heart. Follow your heart and you will be guided to even higher accomplishments on the g reat road of life.L eo-July 23-Aug. 22W rap up loose ends and bring unresolved issues to resolution. Keep a strong focus on the next three months. Begin now to make new plans for next year. Refuse to procrastinate. Do it now. Work on the three most important things on your list everyday. The lesser things can wait. Now success is in your favor.Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22Quiet your mind, stay calm, listen to and trust your instincts. When you follow your heart you are close to pure truth. Refuse to listen toSee S CENE, B4 See SCOPES, B4Community Band celebrates SousaClub Scene Photo courtesy of EauGalliePhoto.com.The Community Band of Brevard, under the direction of Marion Scott, will present a free John Philip Sousa-style concert Sept. 18.By Shelley KoppelEntertainment writerSee OUT, B2 Br evard CountyEntertainmentDining &SECTION B WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2011

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T he Greater Canaveral Chapter of The Barbershop Harmony Society will present the patriotic program United We Sing at 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 11 at the First United Methodist Church of Titusville, 2 06 S. Hopkins Ave., Titusville. T he program includes patriotic songs, such as God Bless America, America the Beautiful, Battle Hymn of the Republic and This Land Is Your Land. F eatured on the show will be The Space Coast Chorus, 4 Notes Quartet and members of the Methodist Church choir. Admission is free and open to the public, but donations will be accepted. F or information, call (321) 269-7631.Sunday Swing at Cocoa BeachT he Syl Lafata Swing Quintet will perform at 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 11, at the Space Coast Jazz Society concert in the Cocoa Beach Country Club. T he quintet includes Syl Lafata on clarinet, bassist Ron Pirtle, pianist Rich Abrahams and vibraphonist Mark Shepard. T ickets at the door are $7 for SCJS members, $10 for non-members with students free. T he Cocoa Beach Country Club is at 5000 Tom Warriner Blvd. in Cocoa Beach. F or more information, call (321) 453-4191.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. 1415. 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.Propeller Club shrimp dinner, island music, dancingT he Propeller Club of Port Canaveral presents an all-youcan-eat shrimp dinner 5:30-8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 16 at the U.S. Coast Guard Station seaside picnic pavilion on Grouper Road in Port Canaveral. Live island music and dancing will be 5:30-8 p.m. with the dinner at 6 p.m. with three free drink tickets per person. Cost is $40 per person. Dress is island casual. Enter the USCG security gate on Grouper Road with tickets for free on-site parking. Photo IDs will be checked, and more than 21 wristbands will be issued for beer and wine consumption. To R.S.V.P. and to order tickets, visit www.propellerclubcanaveral.com, click on SeaFeast, Purchase Tickets button. F or more information, call (321) 750-2262 or e-mail sdixmix6@aol.com.Doctors Lawyers Weekend W arriors 19th Annual Surf F estivalT he 19th Annual Doctors Lawyers Weekend Warriors Surf Festival will take place F riday and Saturday, Sept. 16 and 17 at the world famous Sebastian Inlets first peak. Th is is an opportunity for all surfers (older than 30) to participate for the 19th year in raising money for charity and surfing first peak on Saturday morning with just three friends. F ounder Jack Kirschenbaum guarantees fun rideable surf for all the doctors, lawyers, engineers, preachers, architects (you get the picture) who are still surfing after all these years. T his year, the surf stomp party will be held Friday, Sept. 16 at 6 p.m. at Dakine Diego in Satellite Beach with special guests Honey Miller. T he beneficiary of the event will be the Satellite High School Surf Club. T he entry fee is $125, and the divisions are doctors, lawyers, weekend warriors, wahines, fossils and, for the first time, stand-up paddle. T his year, for the first time ever, the winner of the Doctors Lawyers Weekend W arriors Surf Festival will be invited to the Slater Brothers Invitational Surf Contest in Cocoa Beach, to compete with the worlds finest surfers. Entry forms are available at doctorslawyersweekendwarriors.com. F or more information, contact Jack Kirschenbaum at (321) 727-8100, e-mail jack.kirschenbaum@grayrobinson.com or contact Heather Carver at Hcarver2@cfl.rr.com.Hyperflite Skyhoundz Canine Disc Competition to be held in P alm BayT he largest disc-dog competition series in the world is coming to Palm Bay on Saturday, Sept. 17. A local championship for the 2011 Hyperflite Skyhoundz Canine Disc Championships will be held at 10 a.m. at Palm Bay Regional P ark. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. in the park, located at 19 51 Malabar Road N.W. in P alm Bay. T here is no entry fee for competitors, and admission is free for spectators. Novice and veteran competitors are encouraged to compete. All competitors will receive a free official Hyperflite K-10 Competition Standard flying disc, and the top three teams will receive awards. Contestants and their canine teammates will earn points for basic throws and catches, with bonus points for mid-air catches in the distance/accuracy event. T he event welcomes mixed breeds, as well as purebred dogs. Many of the canines expected to compete were rescued from local animal shelters or rescue groups. Athletic canines will be seen, literally, jumping for joy! To view the 2011 Hyperflite Skyhoundz competition schedule or to learn about Skyhoundz Competition rules and regulations, please visit www.skyhoundz.com. F or more information, please call the Ted Whitlock Community Center at (321) 952-3231. Rock n roll with Twitchy at Florida TechBoogie your way through a fun-filled night of cocktails, dinner, dancing and more all to benefit your Brevard S ymphony Orchestra 6 p.m. F riday, September 9, 2011 B2 MelbourneHometown News BREVARDSNEWEST NOWOPENAB's Internet CafOPEN 24 HOURS A DAY, 7 DAYS A WEEKABsInternet Caf Cash Sweepstakes(Located inside Americas Best Value Inn &Suites)4431 West New Haven Ave. W. 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5-9 p.m. Saturday. Griffin S mith and Offshore A coustics open mic and jam night is 6-9 p.m. Wednesday. J umps is at 201 Taft Ave., C ocoa Beach. C all (321) 784-7893. Key West Bar: Eric S aganov will play at 10 p.m. S aturday. Thursday night is jam night and open mic night at 10 p.m. with Eric S aganov. The Key West is at 2286 Highway A1A, Indian H arbour Beach. C all (321) 773-1577. Lous Blues: Pianojay and the Stephan Michael Co nnection will play 9:30 p .m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday. Me dusa will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Saturday. Axis will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday. Lous Blues is at 3191 N. Highway A1A, I ndialantic. C all (321) 7792299. Matts Casbah: The Don S oledad Group will play 710 p.m. Friday. Marc Dobson will play 6:30-9:30 p .m. Thursday. Matts C asbah is at 801 E. New Ha ven, Melbourne. C all (321) 574-1099. Millikens Reef: Lionheart will play 5-10 p.m. Fr iday. Sax Appeal Entertainment will run 12:30-4:30 p .m., and Entasys will play 5-9 p.m. Saturday. Panama will play 3-8 p.m. Sunday. Ma rc Dobson will play 5-9 p .m. Monday and Wednesday. Ted Villarreal will play 5-9 p.m. Tuesday. Entasys will play 5-9 Thursday. M illikens is at 683 Dave N isbet Drive, Port Canaveral. C all (321) 783-0100. Oh Shucks: R ed Tide will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. Oh S hucks is at the Cocoa B each Pier, 401 Meade Ave., C ocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4050. Pineda Inn: Marc Dobson will play 8 p.m. to midnight Friday. Keith K oelling will play 3-7 p.m. S aturday. Joe Calautti will play 3-7 p.m. Sunday. 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. River Rocks: J essica O ttway will play 6:30-10 p .m. Saturday. Jerry Zee and C ompany will play at 6:30 p .m. Thursday. The River R ocks is at 6485 South U.S. H ighway 1, Rockledge. C all (321) 757-7200. Riverside Bar & Grill: The Fab Korvettes will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. All About N othing will play 7-11 p.m. S aturday. Absolute Blue will play 4-8 p.m. Sunday. Steve Cow den will play 7-11 p.m. W ednesday. The Riverside B ar & Grill is at 4720 Dixie H ighway N.E., Palm Bay. C all (321) 574-0520. Sebastian Beach Inn: East of Omaha will play 5:30-9 p.m. Saturday. The S ebastian Beach Inn is at 7035 S. Highway A1A, M elbourne Beach. C all (321) 728-4311. Siggys All-American Bar: The Kore will play at 9:30 p.m. Friday. Freeway will play at 9:30 p.m. S aturday. Thursday is acoustic night with Joe B arrera. Siggys is at 1153 M alabar Road N.E., No. 1, P alm Bay. C all (321) 9520104. Squid Lips: S witch will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. John Q & Shelly will play 2-6 p.m., and Absolute Blue will play 7-11 p.m. Saturday.Squid Lips is at 1477 Pineapple Ave ., Melbourne. Call (321) 242-2224. Sunset Caf: J on Parrot will play 2-5 p.m. Saturday. The Sunset Caf is at 500 W. C ocoa Beach Causeway, C ocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-8485. Wet Spot: W ednesday night is jam night with Down Range 7-11 p.m. All musicians are welcome. The We t Spot is at 3650 Dixie H ighway N.E., Palm Bay. C all (321) 728-3055. Wynfields Sports Bar: W ednesday night is jam night with the Bone Dogs 8 p .m. to midnight. Wynfields is at 190 Highway A1A, S atellite Beach. C all (321) 773-8460. Editors note To have your live music listed in the Club Scene,send your v enues entertainment schedule to brevnews@hometownnewsOL.com 7-10 days in advance of the weekend. F riday, September 9, 2011 B4 MelbourneHometown News One Lb. Fried Fish, Fries & Cole Slaw Dine In or Take Out Mon. thru Weds$6.95Every Day$12951600 S. 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Hello smart shoppers, hope you had a good week. At this time of the year when the weather is hot our minds never seem to go to stews and one-pot meals, but because they can be cooked in the oven and in advance they leave lots more time to be outdoors while your dinner cooks itself. Theres got to be dozens of beef stew recipes out there, each cook adding her own special touch. Lets head to the supermarket and straight to the meat counter.Beef stew, which should be an inexpensive meal, is quite expensive when you check out the price of stew beef. Why that should be is beyond me. What is stew beef? Its simply chunks of beef, usually chuck, that is cut up. I nstead of buying stew beef, buy any cut of chuck, preferably boneless, that is on sale, especially if you can find a buy-one, getone free deal. Trim all the fat and cut it into 1-inch pieces to make your own stew beef. Being a smart shopper and getting the most for your money is r eally quite simple just think first. These two beef stew r ecipes are my favorites. An amazing fast frosting for any cake completes the meal. Enjoy, see you next week.B B E E E E F STE F STE W W ser ser ves 4-6 ves 4-62 pounds beef, trimmed of all fat and cut into 1inch cubes 1 large onion, quartered and sliced 4 medium potatoes, peeled and cut in bite size chunks 4 medium carrots, cut up in chunks 4 to 6 peeled small y ellow onions (optional) 1 tablespoon dried parsley 1 small bay leaf 1 teaspoon salt 1/2-teaspoon black pepper 1/2-teaspoon garlic powder 1 package frozen green beans 1 package frozen peas Bro wn beef in a large covered oven-proof pot. Aeroso l cooking spray or the meat juice should provide enough fat for browning. You can use oil if you choose, but were aiming for a delicious lowfat meal. Add a little water and the sliced onions and continue browning. A dd all remaining ingredients except green beans and peas. Pour in about four cups water or broth. This may seem like a lot, but when cooking the stew in the oven, much of the water evaporates. Co ver and bake at 350degrees until all is tender (about two hours). Stir occasionally. Add green beans and peas and bake until they are done. Br ing pot to stovetop. T aste for seasoning. R emove bay leaf. Add more water if necessary. Shake about three heaping tablespoons flour and 1/2cup water in a covered jar to blend. Br ing stew to a boil and slowly add the flour-water mixture. Bring to a boil with each addition until thickened to your liking. Y ou can add any vegetables you choose to your stew. A can of tomatoes and 1/2-teaspoon oregano will give it an Italian flair.B B U U R R G G U U N N D D Y Y B B E E E E F STE F STE W (B W (B E E E E F F B B O O U U R R G G U U I I G G N N O O N) N) ser ser ves 4 ves 4 While this seems so simple its an exotic, impressive meal. 2 pounds stew beef, trimmed of all fat and cut into 1-inch cubes 1/2-cup flour 1/2-cup plain dry bread crumbs 1 package onion soup mix 1-1/4 cups water 3/4-cup burgundy or any dry red wine 1 teaspoon black pepper 1/2-teaspoon salt 7-ounce can mushrooms Saturday, Sept. 17, at the Hartley Room on the campus of Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne. T he evenings entertainment will feature local favorite, Twitchy, performing an assortment of oldie and classic rock n roll favorites. Tw itchy is not your ordinary home-grown group. Its 10-member band are not only musicians but all are members of the Florida Tech faculty and staff. T witchy members include Florida Tech president Anthony J. Catanese drums and vocals; Fred Ham electrical/computer engineering, on guitar and vocals; Cliff Bragdon vice president of strategic initiatives on percussion and vocals; W inston Scott dean, college of aeronautics on trumpet; Jamie Younkin humanities/ communications on trumpet and percussion; Ivica Kostanic electrical/computer engineering on guitar and vocals; Kevin Johnson marine and environmental systems, lead vocals and guitar; Susan Earles- electrical/computer engineering, vocals; Alan Rosiene humanities/ communications, keyboards; and Matthew W ood-physics, on bass and vocals. As you rock to the music of three decades, you may also get lost in a Purple Haze the specialty cocktail for the evening while participating in the silent auction featuring rock n roll, song title-themed g ift baskets. Each unique basket will be filled with items that relate to the song title a basket titled Brown Sugar by the Rolling Stones could be filled with a delicious assortment of the finest, most decadent confections. Make your reservations R SVP by Sept. 14. Sponsorship levels begin at $100. Space is limited. F or complete details, contact the BSOs Business Office at (321) 242-2024, visit brevardsymphony.com or www.facebook.com/brevardsymphony.S ymphony offers free family concertT he Brevard Symphony Orchestra presents Beethoven & Me, a family concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 18 at the King Center www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 9, 2011 Melbourne B5 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! 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FRIDAY, SEPT 9 H umane Society adopta-thon: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 9. PetSmart, 1800 Ev ans Road, Melbourne. The Central Brevard H umane Society will present dogs and cats for adoption, provide the public with educational, informational material and have products available for purchase. All proceeds will go to help provide care for the homeless animals in Breva rd C ounty. F or more information,call (321) 636-3343 or visit www.crittersavers.com. V iera Regional Community Center Parents Night O ut: 5:30-10 p.m. Friday, S ept. 9. Viera Regional Community Center, 2300 Judge Fr an Jamieson Way, Viera. Children, ages K through sixth grade, may enjoy games, movies and fun. C ost is $12 per child and includes pizza, chips and a drink. Par ents must register and pay by Friday, Sept. 9 at 2 p .m. F or more information,call (321)433-4891 or visit www.BrevardParks.com/sou th. A utism Caregivers Connect offers free session: 7 p .m. Friday, Sept. 9. Kays R eal Pit Bar-B-Q, 1552 King S t. (S.R. 520), Cocoa. J ason Klazon, coordinator of Educational Training Programs with Universal of C entral Florida-CARD, will explain the services CARD offers to individuals on the autism spectrum in Brevard C ounty. UCF-CARD serves both children and adults of all levels of intellectual functioning who have autism, pervasive developmental disorders, autistic-like disabilities, dual sensory impairments, or sensory impairments with other disabling conditions. Their primary focus is to provide individualized, direct assistance to these individuals and their families. Ser vices include technical assistance and consultation, professional training programs and public education activities. This program is free and open to the public. C ome a bit earlier if youd like to buy dinner. RSVP by calling (321) 433-1437. (RSVP is not required.) F or more information, visit www.ACCBrevard.org. Fr ee Draculatickets for blood donors: Fr iday, Sept. 9 through Saturday, Oct. 8. F loridas Blood Centers Big R ed Bus. The story of Dracula presents the classic Gothic drama about the power of seduction and the nature of true love. Now, the Henegar Center for the Arts wants people to enjoy this powerful performance, for free. All they need to do is register to donate blood. The center has teamed up with Floridas Blood Centers to give free ticket vouchers to every person who registers to donate on the Big Red B us from Sept. 9 to Oct. 8. The initiative will be highlighted during a kick-off blood drive event on Sept. 17 at the Henegar Center for the Arts location. Dr acula is scheduled from Sept. 23 to Oct. 9 with performances at 8 p.m. on Fr idays and Saturdays, and at 2 p.m. on Sundays. V ouchers can be r edeemed to be used once at any of the show dates and performances. The Henegar Center for the Arts is at 625 East New Ha ven Ave., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 636-3343 or visit www.crittersavers.com. A lso call (321) 636-3343,Ext.209 or e-mail ecole@crittersavers.com.SAT URDAY, SEPT. 10 GPS for Mariners course offered: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10. Lee Wenner Par k, 300 Riveredge Blvd., C ocoa Village. The local Coast Guard A uxiliary unit in Cocoa will offer a course in the use G lobal Positioning Systems on Saturday, Sept. 10 at the flotillas headquarters in Lee W enner Park in Cocoa Village. The course is designed for the recreational boater, and will teach them techniques and features of their GPS device that will enhance their safety and enjoyment while cruising or sailing on the areas waterways. C ost for the course is $15 to cover the cost of materials. Br ing your GPS owners manual with you to the course. If your GPS is portable, bring your unit and some extra batteries to class. C all (877) 835-3760 to register for the course in advance. 9/11 Truth movie at the libraries: 10 a.m. Saturday, S ept 10. Melbourne Public Library, 540 E. Fee Ave., Melbourne, and 2:30 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 10. S untree/Viera Public Library, 902 Jordan Blass Dr ive, Melbourne. Mo re than 1,500 licensed architects and engineers for 9/11 Truth (AE911Truth.org), a nonprofit 501(3), present their new documentary feature film /11 Explosive. The film features dozens of experts, high-rise architects, structural engineers, metallurgists, chemists, explosive experts and others, laying out the evidence for controlled demolition as the cause for the destruction of the World Trade Center high rises on Sept. 11, 2001. S pace Coast unit of Wav es National meeting: 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 10. At Ease Club of the Indian River Colony Club on M urrell Road in Viera. Wa ves National will hold its monthly meeting Saturday, Sept. 10 at the At Ease Club of the Indian River Co lony Club in Viera. S ocial hour begins at 10:30 a.m., the meeting is at 11 a.m. and lunch is at noon, followed by a program. Among its social activities, the unit engages in outreach activities, such as Pillows for P atriots, Patrick Pantry, S tand Down, consulate visitation, Ronald MacDonalds Ho use, cancelled stamps for veterans therapy and Massing of the Colors. The unit welcomes discharged, retired and active duty women from all of the sea services, including Navy, C oast Guard, Marines, Navy nurses and Merchant Mar ines. F or more information,call (321) 626-4546. I nternational Sound & F lavor Festival: 11 a.m. to 6 p .m., Saturday, Sept. 10. W ickham Park Pavilion, Nor th Wickham Road, next to Brevard Community College. S ample foods from around the world and hear music and entertainment from many countries represented at the International So und & Flavor Festival! The event will be held Saturday, Sept. 10, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Wickham Park P avilion next to Brevard C ommunity College. In addition to great food F riday, September 9, 2011 B6 MelbourneHometown News Scott L. 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stems and pieces (reserve liquid) 12-ounce package of noodles* P ut all ingredients except noodles in a covered casserole, mix and bake at 300-degrees for about three hours or until meat is tender. Remove from oven, add mushroom liquid until the gravy is of desired consistency. Serve over buttered noodles. J ust a tablespoon or two of butter substitute or a little canola oil will prevent the noodles from sticking together. N otes: Dont use a pressure cooker for this r ecipe. The flour and bread crumbs stick to the bottom of the pot. B eware of egg noodles, r emember their first name is egg. Buy no-yolk noodles; theyre delicious.F F R R O O STI STI N N G I G I N N A F A F L L A A S S H H regular and low-fat regular and low-fat M ake the creamiest, dreamiest chocolate frosting in minutes. Do not use fat-free topping, it doesnt hold up. 8-ounce container whipped topping 1 regular size chocolate candy bar or 12 kisses with or without nuts M elt candy in the microwave, whisk into whipped topping and frost away. F or an autographed cookbook send $20 ($15book,$1-tax,$4 for shipping and handling).For multiple books sent to one address its $4S&H for 1 book,add $2 postage for each additional book ($15 plus $2).Send to: Ar lene M.Borg,1751 S.W. Mor elia Lane,Port St.Lucie, Fl. 34953.Check or money order accepted or visit Vero B each Book Center in Vero B each. W eb site: www.romancingthestove.net.Surfside Players American classic drama Cat On A Hot Tin RoofSur fside Players opens its 53rd season with the American classic drama Cat On A H ot Tin Roof, by Tennessee W illiams. In a plantation house, the members of the family are celebrating the 65th birthday of Big Daddy, as they sentimentally dub him. The tone is light, but the mood is somber. For a number of old evils poison the gaiety sins of the past, greedy hopes for the future, a desperate eagerness not to believe in the truths that surr ound them. C at On A Hot Tin Roof is a delicately wrought exercise in human communication. T ennessee Williams characters try to escape from the loneliness of their private lives into some form of understanding. The truth invariably terrifies them. That is one thing they cannot face or speak. Per formances are Sept. 925 (three weekends), Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and S undays at 2 p.m. There will be a reception with hors doeuvres on opening night Friday, Sept. 9 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $18 for adults, $16 for seniors and active military, $13 for students, with group discounts for parties of 20 or more. F or mature audiences only: Contains strong language and sexual dialogue. The play is directed by Jennifer Wolf, with costumes by Kar ita Woodbridge, set by D avid Young, lighting by S am Malesky and is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service Inc. The Surfside Playhouse is at 301 Ramp Road, Cocoa B each. F or more information,call (321) 783-3127 or visit www.surfsideplayers.com.Titusville Playhouse presents The GraduateThe Titusville Playhouse has announced The Graduate on the main stage. Pr esented by special arrangement with Samuel French Inc., New York City, and directed by Nancy S peno, the show dates for The Graduate are: Fridays and Saturdays, Sept. 16, 17, 23, 24, 30 and Oct. 1 at 8 p.m. and Sunday matinees Sept. 18 and 25 at 2 p.m. T icket prices are: Orchestra $16and Balcony $14, with a $2 discount for seniors, students and military. Bo x office is open Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p .m. and one hour before show times. T ickets may be reserved with Visa, Mastercard or Discover. Group rates available. The Titusville Playhouse is at 301 Julia St., Titusville. F or more information,call (321) 268-1125 or (321) 2683711 or visit www.Titusvilleplayhouse.com. Mrs. Robinson, youre trying to seduce me, arent y ou? One of the most w ell know lines from The Graduate. This show is rated PG13.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. A ugustine and Miami. 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.c om. Titusville Playhouse presents Woman F rom the SeaW oman From the Sea is a touching family drama that tells the story of a young woman named Ellida who is torn between the dangerous lure of a mysterious stranger from her youth 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 www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 9, 2011 Melbourne B7 Answers located in Classified Section We Make Computers FREEESTIMATES Residential & Business PCRepair Virus Removal Networking PC Tune Ups Training Data Recovery Printer Repair PCUpgradesCALLTODAY426.8336FAST & A ffordableSMILE Locator Line. 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H enrik Ibsen and directed by J anet Bentley-Hallberg, is r ated G. Per formance dates and times are: Fridays and Saturdays, Sept. 9, 10, 16 and 17 at 8 p.m. and Sundays, Sept. 11 and 18 at 2 p.m. Bo x office opens 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday through Friday 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.co m. Bob Ross painting class offered at Rodes P ark Community CenterBr evard County Parks and Re creation will offer a Bob R oss painting class on Saturday, Sept. 10 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Rodes Park C ommunity Center. The center is located inside the new Max K. Rodes Par k, 3410 Flanagan Ave. in W est 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 Painting, 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 Park Community Center at (321) 9523215.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, W inter Park magazine, Cloth Paper Scissors magazine and Orlando magazine. S he 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, Space 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 card-making 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 w elcomed, especially beginners. C ost is $25 per class and includes everything. Just show up. (Cost is $20 if bring y our own materials.) Classes are Monday mornings, 9 a.m. to noon at the Art Gallery of Viera, starting S ept. 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, Suite 101, Viera. F or more information,call Chelly Harkness at (321) 4325414,or e-mail ChellyHarkness@hotmail.com. Original artwork displayed at Viera Government CenterView a collection of Space C oast resident Jessie Siberts paintings at the Viera Government Center. H is large body of artwork is increasing daily and filling his studio. F or 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 B uilding C in the Government Center, Viera, through Thursday, Sept. 15. To purchase paintings, call L ynne Brezina at (321) 6906817 or visit her in Building C on the third floor. Ar tists and area businesses interested in participating in the Art in Public Places Program can contact Lynne Br ezina at (321) 690-6817 or e-mail lynne.brezina@artsbrevard.org.Ikebana classAn introductory class for I kebana Japanese flower arranging will be for six w eeks on Wednesdays, 10 a.m. to noon, starting Sept. 21 at the Eau Gallie Public Library, 1521 Pineapple Ave., M elbourne. Cost is $50, with flowers included. F or more information,call (321) 779-5225.Opening of the 60thand entertainment, there will be arts and crafts displays, cultural clubs, business expo and a kids play area (featuring bounce houses, slides, face painting and more). The event is brought to y ou by the five-Star Accredited Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce. A dmission for ages 11 and older is $2.50 per person and includes a free tote bag. Children 10 and younger are free, and parking is free. E xhibitor tables are available for all businesses, cultural clubs, arts and crafts, and civic and charitable organizations. Also, there are openings for entertainers. F or more information or to participate,call Cassie Ha nsen at the Chamber at (321) 724-5400,Ext.231. Learn how to launch a bestseller on Facebook seminar: 12:30-3:30 p.m. S aturday, Sept. 10, West Melbourne Public Library, 2755 W ingate Blvd., Melbourne. How can a self-published, first-time author use the social media phenomena F acebook to launch a bestselling book? Learn how at an upcoming seminar hosted by Bruce C adle author, food writer, speaker and search engine optimization expert who has successfully used social media to launch his book ,Party for Two: Fun, Fancy and Easy Romantic Recipes from the Date Night Chef. R eservations can be made at www.authorsmarketingservice.com/seminars F or more information,email bruce@cadlemediagroup or call (321) 525-0276. F lorida Historical Society welcomes author Lu V ickers: 2 p.m. Saturday, S ept. 10. Library of Florida H istory, 435 Brevard Ave., C ocoa Village. The Florida Historical S ociety hosts author Lu V ickers, who will discuss her book, Cypress Gardens, Americas Tropical Wonderland, How Dick Pope Invented Florida. The lecture will start at 2 p .m. in the Library of Florida H istory in historic Cocoa V illage. The event is free and open to the public. Dis cussion and refreshments follow the lecture. F or more information,call (321) 690-1971. Ac es for Autism event: 3 p .m. Saturday, Sept. 10. Kiwi Te nnis Club, 30 Tradewinds Dr ive, Indian Harbour B each. The Second Annual Aces for Autism Tennis Exhibition is set for Saturday, Sept. 10, at the Kiwi Tennis Club in I ndian Harbour Beach. It will support Florida Te chs Scott Center for A utism Treatment. The FIT Panther mens and womens tennis teams will instruct a free tennis skills class for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders and their siblings from 3-4 p.m. B ecause the limit is 50 children from ages 5-15, advance sign-up is recommended. A skills, drills and aces competition, from 3-5 p.m., offers the chance to make a donation and win prizes for not getting Aced. Also, four of Brevards top players will play an exhibition game from 5-6 p.m. S nacks and drinks will be provided. S ponsorships for the event are $100 and include a name on the Aces shirt, a banner displayed at the event and one entry in the skills clinic or adult tennis clinic. F or more information or to sign-up for a skills class or tennis clinic,contact Colleen M iddlebrooks at cmiddlebrooks@fit.edu or (321) 6748106,Ext.1. D affodil Gala benefits Sp ace Coast Cancer Foundation: 6 p.m. Saturday, S ept. 10. Holiday Inn, 8298 N. Wickham Road, Viera. S pace Coast Cancer Foundations Fifth Annual Daffodil Gala will be held at 6 p .m., Saturday, Sept. 10 at the Holiday Inn-Viera. This years event includes musical entertainment, dancing, delectable cuisine and socializing with community leaders. V itas Innovative Hospice Ca re will be the presenting sponsor. The proceeds from this y ears gala will fund the purchase, maintenance and operational costs for a patient transport van. This service will ensure that patients in need will have a ride to and from their appointments. If interested in supporting local cancer patients by sponsoring the Daffodil G ala, purchasing tickets or for more information, please contact (855) 894HOPE(4673), Ext. 3500. Adv ance ticket outlets for 10th Annual Paws at the Pier event: S aturday, Sept. 10. Those planning to attend the 10th Annual Paws at the Pier can still purchase tickets in advance and save $5 off the regular admission price ($10 for adults or $15 at the door, and children are $5 in advance or $8 at the door). Children 6 years old and younger are free. This event is hosted by the C entral Brevard Humane S ociety and will be held on S aturday, Sept. 17, at the C ocoa Beach Pier, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. T ickets can be purchased at the Central Brevard H umane Society, 1020 Cox R oad, Cocoa, at any of the M olly Mutt Thrift Shops (downtown Melbourne, M erritt Island and Rockledge), the Cocoa Beach Pier and Pet SuperMarket, Merr itt Island. P aws at the Pier is one of the Central Brevard H umane Societys signature events that helps raise awareness and financial support for the thousands of unwanted and abandoned pets that visit the shelter each year, who need a safe and loving forever home. F or more information,call (321) 636-3343 or visit www.crittersavers.com. 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for the Performing Arts. Doors open 30 minutes prior to the performance, and admission is free. F amilies with tickets are seated first. One ticket admits four people. To print your tickets, visit www.brevardsymphony,com. T his free fun-filled concert is presented just for families so you may experience the wonder of a live, professional symphony orchestra concert. At this performance, entitled Beethoven & Me, youll hear some of Beethovens greatest works performed by the Brevard S ymphony Orchestra. Y oull also witness a miracle as Ludwig von Beethoven, himself, will join Maestro Christopher Confessore and the BSO musicians on the King Center stage. Not only is he alive, but he can hear, too! Beethoven (portrayed by local actor T errence Girard) will discuss his compositions and answer questions received on F acebook. W ant to ask Beethoven a question? Become a Fan of the Brevard Symphony Orchestra at www.facebook.com/brevardsymphony and submit your question for Beethoven before Sept. 9. Arrive early on Sept. 18 and enjoy the music of a Brevard S ymphony Youth Orchestra Ensemble performing in the King Center lobby. F ollowing the performance, attendees are invited to visit the hands-on activities area featuring the Musical Instrument Petting Zoo, musical crafts and more! F or complete details, call (321) 242-2024.anniversary theatre seasonM elbourne Civic Theatre announces the opening of the 60th anniversary season with Leading Ladies, by Ke n Ludwig, directed by: Peg 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. It s a farce. There 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 Furfaro 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 S aturdays at 8 p.m., and Sundays 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.The Brevard Art Museum presents Building Books: The Art of David Macaulay The Brevard Art Museum presents a new exhibition B uilding Books: The Art of Da vid Macaulay. The exhibition will showcase the original drawings, paintings and studies of best-selling author, artist and MacArthur Fellow, Da vid Macaulay. H is gift for conveying complex concepts in a fun and understandable way has delighted children and adults for years. He has a special genius for explaining the wonder of the way things work, from gadgets to gargantuan buildings, and for bringing readers on extraordinary journeys of the imagination. B uilding Books: The Art of David Macaulay was organized by the Norman R ockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Mass. The exhibition presents a diverse range of exhibition materials, including more than 100 original works of art, studies, sketchbooks, book dummies, manuscripts and correspondence, artifacts (including hand-built ship models), stuffed specimens, reference materials, travel mementos and a video documentary about the artist, produced for the exhibition by the Norman Rockw ell Museum. M acaulays books bring together the worlds of art, history, science and fantasy and include The Way Things Work, The New Way Things Work, Unbuilding, C athedral, Castle, City, M ill, Ship, Mosque, Ro me Antics, Angelo, B lack and White and S hortcut. The exhibition has been divided into three significant aspects of Macaulays work: B ig Ideas, Building Ship: E xploring the Artists Pr ocess, and Journey B ooks: The Evolution of I deas. The exhibition runs through Sunday, Oct. 9. The Brevard Art Museum is at 1463 Highland Ave. in the Eau Gallie District of M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 242-0737.Black and white photography exhibit with 10 Brevard County photographers Br evard Community College Planetarium Gallery and Brevard Cultural Alliance present a blackand-white photography exhibit on the Brevard Community College Cocoa Campus. The photographers participating in this exhibit include: John Andreozzi, Fred Benavidez, Terri Wells, R ebecca Chupka, Stan Crandell, Patricia Corapi, Kevin C url, Dawn Currie, Anthony G uidone and Tony Strong. This exhibit represents var ious styles and themes of black and white photography. I nnovation and technology has changed the way we view and obtain photographic images. The typical use of film and dark room developing is all but extinct. The digital camera has taken over the industry and has changed the way in which the photographer will create the optimum effect from each shot. In this display are examples of traditional images, digitally enhanced, and black-and-white with a touch of color. The manor of presentation reflects the personality of each photographer which will range from the typical matt and frame, gallery wrap image on canvas and printed on canvas with traditional framing. This exhibit includes four images of the 2010 Art of S and event, which was held in Cape Canaveral in April. The display runs through S aturday, Oct. 15. F or more information,call (321) 690-6817 or visit www.artsbrevard.org. Titusville Playhouse presents The GraduateThe Titusville Playhouse has announced The Graduate on the main stage. Pr esented by special arrangement with Samuel French Inc., New York City, and directed by Nancy S peno, the show dates for The Graduate are: Fridays and Saturdays, Sept. 16, 17, 23, 24, 30 and Oct. 1 at 8 p.m. and Sunday matinees Sept. 18 and 25 at 2 p.m. T icket prices are: Orchestra $16and Balcony $14, with a $2 discount for seniors, students and military. Bo x office is open Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p .m. and one hour before show times. T ickets may be reserved with Visa, Mastercard or Discover. Group rates available. The Titusville Playhouse is at 301 Julia St., Titusville. F or more information,call (321) 268-1125 or (321) 2683711 or visit www.Titusvilleplayhouse.com. Mrs. Robinson, youre trying to seduce me, arent y ou? One of the most w ell know lines from The Graduate. This show is rated PG13. Golfers love to hit their drivers. They love the feeling of striking the ball just right, sending it screaming off into the distance and down the center of the fairway. W ith the USGA limits on the head size of a driver as w ell as the overall length of the club, manufacturers have taken to new ideas and materials to help us hit the ball farther and straighter. R ecently, I had the opportunity to try out a few drivers and was more than impressed and awed by the technology and innovation that goes into creating todays driver. I was in high school when the first metal woods came out. They were about the size of todays 5-wood. Now we have drivers that are more than three times that size and feature aerodynamic shapes designed to allow for greater club head speeds and stability. Engineers and designers have more than a few ideas on what makes a great driver work. Some feel the driver needs to be light, to help you swing it faster. O thers think it needs more w eight, because speed without inertia is nothing. One designer may feel that the driver needs exotic metals and carbon fiber to make it hit the ball farther. Another believes that the r ight amount of weight in just the right place means all the difference. The good news is they are all correct. Its a matter of getting the right recipe that makes a perfect driver. The design and technology geeks at Exotics Golf (www.exoticsgolf.com) from T our Edge have produced the lightest driver on the market. From the aerodynamic shape that minimizes drag and smoothes airflow to the longer and lighter shaft, this club is all about speed. The club features a titanium face and sole, an amorphous carbon crown and sole inserts, and a pair of tungsten sole weights. The ultra-light carbon frees up weight that designers strategically place lower and deeper in the head to improve the clubs moment of inertia. The new boomerang face design improves rebound by 5 percent over the previous generation. The result is longer, straighter shots. In my testing I found the Exotics XCG-4 to be the longest of the bunch. My tee shots consistently found the fairway and the ball landed hot, producing a lot of roll. The club is easy to swing and generates a lot of club head speed with minimal effort. H aving tried the lightest driver on the market, I had to try the heaviest as well. B occieri Golfs (www.boccierigolf.com) new H eavy Driver tips the scales at 375 grams. However, only 208 of those grams are in the club head. This means that while the club is heavy, it keeps a reasonable swing w eight. To offset the overall w eight of the club and balance it, there is a 50gram back-weight in the butt of the shaft. In addition, the Heavy Driver is also shorter than most offerings. At 45 inches ov erall, its about an inch shorter than the norm. The r esult of all this innovation is more control and straighter drives that land with more roll. When you swing the H eavy Driver the difference between it and other drivers is startling. However, you quickly realize that your swing is smoother and more balanced, your hands stay set longer and the extra inertia transfers a lot of energy to the golf ball. Soon, all you notice is how well it hits the ball. My final stick to test was the ever-popular Taylor M ade R11 (www.taylormadegolf.com ). With seemingly everyone on every pro tour playing this driver, I had to give it a go. After a few minutes on the r ange, I dialed in the settings and found out why so many players have this club in their bag. For one, the flat white finish is very striking and frames the ball w ell. Secondly, its one serious weapon. What sets the R11 apart from the field is that golfers can tweak the club to perfectly fit their game and swing. It also allows you to change your ball flight to fit course conditions. If you need to hit draws or fades on the course you are about to play you can set up the R11 before your round to help you do that. It its windy, you can bring the flight down to keep the ball under the wind just as easily. Its like having your o wn club fitter right in your golf bag. B est of all, the R11 hits the ball long and straight with a penetrating flight. I can see why guys depending on their game to pay the bills choose this driver. To find out which new driver will best help your game, go test drive as many as you can. Youre sure to find one with the recipe that works for your game and swing. Ja mes Stammer has been an avid golfer and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years.He hosts the Thursday Ni ght Golf Show on WSTU 1450-AM.Contact him at stammergolf@yahoo.com. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 9, 2011 Melbourne B9 3 Great Reasons To Shop Here: 3 Great Reasons To Shop Here:$10 OFF$10 OFF2605 New Haven Ave.West Melbourne (321)984-13132605 New Haven Ave.West Melbourne (321)984-13132605 New Haven Ave.West Melbourne (321)984-1313 We BUY, SELL, &TRADE & CONSIGN new/used gear T rade in your gear & create your own DISCOUNT Sell us your gear & well pay you CASH!Any Purchase of$40 or MoreNot valid with any other offer. Must present coupon. Expires 10-30-11$5 OFF$5 OFFAny Purchase of$25 or MoreNot valid with any other offer. Must present coupon. 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Under Florida law, non-lawyers are permitted to sell legal forms & kits & type in the factual information provided by their customers. They may not, however, give legal advice.KAYAK TANDEM. Sit on top.Two sets of paddles $200 321-723-6246 MelBch MOVING! MUST SELL Antiques, Oil paintings, plaques, overstuffed 3 cushion sofa $250, recliner $125,magnificent hand embroidered linens, solid walnut credenza, 2 file drawers, dble door opening $225, oriental hobby table( place for hot iron, containers) $100, computer desk, walnut with glass top 24k gold plated trim dining table w/6 chairs $650, flower arrangements, plus other furniture 321-473-3669 A UCTION HOUSE Thrift Store, Couches, Recliners, Dressers, Accessories.828 W Eau Gallie Blvd, W of US1.Mon-Sat 9am-6pm 321-253-8700 We take consignments T ABLE SAW, 10Sears, table 40 x 30 $125, Punching Bag Full $30 321-449-0621 Merritt Isl. DIRECTV Lowest Price! 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Most brands.Shipping Prepaid.FAST payment.Ask for Emma 1-888-776-7771 www. cash4diabeticsupplies.co m TITUSVILLE55+Missile View MH Park.2BR/1BA, 2000, central heat/air, $11,000.Low lot rent $235/mo.321-267-0017 Notice of Default and of Default Judgment Entry is hereby given, and the same entered in favor of Demandant, superior court case RB526012716US, on the 23rd day of the 8th month, 2011 A.D., with Lawful notice of same having being served upon Defendant.This matter is abated and proceedings in litigation ended.Further action in this matter by Defendant will establish evidence of T respass on Case. pub 8/26, 9/2, 9/9 PUBLIC AUCTION 150+ Spec and Dealer Model Tr av el Trailers.NO MINIMUM PRICE! 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DRUM SETSquier F ender, 5 pc, w/cymbals & throne, like new $295 retails for $799 POWERED MONITOR SPEAKERSFender 100 w att, 102 way $125/ea new in box 321-821-0874 EVER CONSIDER a Rev erse Mortgage? At least 62 years old? Stay in y our home & increase cash flow! Safe & Effective! Call Now for your F ree DVD! Call Now 888-879-2309 TENNESSEE FORECLOSURES Lender Liquidation 25 Homesites Originally $35,000/each, Now ONLY $6,000/each, ALL 25 LOTS $139,000. Utilities, paved roads, lakes, NEW clubhouse. ZERO% interest $200/month. TN FINANCIAL 931-261-3317 Public sale notice is hereby given that the undersigned intends to sell the personal property described below under the Florida Self Storage Facility Act.Florida Statute Section(s) 83.801, 83.908.The undersigned will sell at public sale by competitive bidding starting. Household items G21 Amanda Ainsworth K5 Joseph Edward Schmidt E51 Brittany Boothman E32 Christy Reid D67 Kevin Picher C39 Samantha Nazario C15 Nathaniel Allgaier B24 Krista Travis B22 Brandy Nicole Hill B19 Danielle Campbell E67 Brew Tanner Perez P errin Place of Auction:575 N. Apollo Blvd.Melbourne, Florida 32935.Date of A uction:September 24, 2011 @ 2:00 pm Phone:321-242-8000 All purchases are sold as is.Payment accepted are cash, debit or credit card. Picture ID required.All purchases must be removed from the premises by end of the business day.Pubs:9/9/11 & 9/16/11 TWIN VEE Catamarans 17Classic 60 Honda T rl $16,995 Less 10% 19Bay Cat115 Suzuki T rl $24,795 Less 10% 22Bay Cat 140 Suzuki T rl $31,595 Less 10% Astor Marine 34535 State Rd 40 Astor,FL 32102 352-759-3655 GEORGIA,TENNESSEE, South Carolina.5+ Acres.$295.00 Down. Owner Financed.7.9% Low Payments.No Credit Check, No Closing Costs.Manufactured Homes welcome 1-770-554-5263 www.Hurdle.com CAPE CANAVERAL Beachside. 1bdrm condo, 1/2 block to beach, $495/mo.Incl water/swr P ets Chris 920-207-6307 NORTH CANTON,OHIOHANDICAPPED A CCESSIBLECompletely ramped, 2br/ 1.5ba/ large 2c.g.home on private lake with boat dock.Elevator lift.Roll-in shower.$179,500.Must see! Call 386-265-5266. $$$ACCESS LAWSUIT Cash Now!!!$$$ As seen on TV.$$$ Injury Lawsuit Dragging? Need $500$500,000 ++ within 48/hrs? Low rates apply now by phone! Call Today! Toll Free:(800)568832 www.lawcapital.com LAKEFRONT BARGAIN! 1+ Acres -only $49,900 Dockable Deepw ater! Was $89,900. Prime lakefront parcel with direct access to Gulf.On 12,000 acre recreational lake covered in huge live oaks! 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