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667890 678127 WIN$100000UP TO WEVE GOT EMƒ COME GET EM!BUMPER STICKERS NOW AVAILABLE € SEE PAGE 6 FOR MORE DETAILSCALL242-1013TO GET YOURS IMy On Sunday, Sept. 11 of this year, the nation took the time to remember those who had fallen in the 9/11 attacks. At the American Police Hall of Fame and Museum in Titusville, their every day is to honor those who have fallen all over the country. The APHF, 6350 Horizon Drive in T itusville, is the nation's first national police museum and memorial dedicated to American law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. "I t is a profound message sender that we have not forgotten and shall not forget the ultimate price that people have paid for the freedom that we have," said Officer John Pasco, vice president of the Police Hall of Fame. The interactive displays and simulators and artifacts from all over the country helps to educate the public about the history of law enforcement and the current impact that law enforcement has on the nation. To immortalize those who have fallen, more than 8,000 names have been etched into the memorial's marble walls, which are added each year on May 15, Police M emorial Day. To Officer Pasco, it is because of these individuals that we are a free country. "S ome people like to say land of the free and home of the brave,'" Officer Pasco said. "But I like to think of it as land of the free because of the brave.'" A ccording to the APHF website, every 57 hours a police officer is killed in the line of duty in America. The museum has several exhibits, including a crime lab, the wild w est, an auto alley, a kid's discovery z one and a K9 exhibit. A ttached to the museum is anAmerican Police Hall of Fame honors fallen heroes MELBOURNE Spend any time surfing the Web and you are bound to find stories that are just too bizarre to be true. Here's a sampling, edited for length. And r emember, just because it's online doesn't mean it's true! Fr om wpxi.com : W ouldbe robber ID'd by bright blue eyes P olice in a Pittsburgh suburb say a man's bright blue eyes helped a convenience store clerk identify him as a would-be robber. N ineteen-year-old Conor M cClelland, of Bellevue, was charged after walking into a Marathon Quik Serve gas station and demanding cash. The clerk told police DRIV ERS AND WEDGESAfter drivers, the next clubs you need are wedges. P ageB7 INSIDE ENTERTAINMENTB1 IN DEXMUSI C MANCalendarB4 ClassifiedB8 Club SceneB1 Crossword B6 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Star Scopes B1 V iewpoint A6 RO MANCING THE STOVE B5T his week: W hat to do with leftover turkey and the turkey frame.V ol. 8, No. 10 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Sept. 30, 2011 678133Expires 10/7/11 See WE IRD, A3 H OW W EIRD IS THAT?!SE AN MCCARTHY By Brittany LlorenteF or Hometown News See H EROES, A8 Groovy outlook Andy Stefanek/ staff photographerBrenna Jarosz, 5, of Melbourne checks out her groovy new glasses in the mirror at Hippiefest 2011 at the King Center for the Performing Arts. Hippiefest is a musical flashback celebrating the bands that defined music's most influential decade: the 60s.Brevard schools meeting economic challenge, superintendent saysVIERA Dr. Brian T. B inggeli, superintendent of Brevard Public Schools, said he felt like Ebenezeer Scrooge when he ordered all thermostats turned down when students were out of school during winter break, but employees were at work. "A t least Bob Cratchit got one piece of coal," Dr. B inggeli said. "We shut the power off completely." B ut employees didn't complain, he recalled. They knew the belt-tightening challenges all schools face. Like everyone else, Breva rd P ublic Schools is battling the economic recession, Dr. Binggeli told a meeting of the Melbourne R egional Chamber of East C entral Florida. Dr Binggeli spoke at the chamber's "September E ducation Breakfast" at the H oliday Inn MelbourneV iera Conference Center H otel. The district's belt-tightening is no small challenge, Dr. Binggeli said. The district trimmed $18 million in order to meet its current budget. That wasn't a bunch of v acant positions and stagnant programs, those were r eal programs and real people," Dr. Binggeli said. Dr Binggeli said the district has done a good job of facing its economic challenges. He said one milestone was meeting the stateimposed class-size mandates, which he said were an "enormous logistical challenge." "W e actually have $400,000 in our budget thisT urning down the heat in offices means a balanced budgetBy Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.comSee MEETING, A4 Students grow messages of hopeP eace was the premise last week at St. Joseph's C atholic School in Palm Bay. After gathering in the shape of an oversized peace sign, the entire student body met on the front lawn of the school Sept. 21 to plant" 210 handmade pinwheels. The morning event was in celebration of "International Day of Peace," a tradition established in 1981 by the Un ited Nations that was designed to mark the world's personal and planetary progress toward peace. No w in its sixth year, "Pinwheels for Peace" is one way of honoring this special day. This project is the perfect blending of installation art and the idea that art has meaning," said Delia Lancaster, art teacher at St. J oseph's, who first heard of the project during an art conference. "Art is beyond just an individual it should be shared with the world. This concept really teaches kids that art can and should be a movement." This is the second year St. Staff photo by Tammy RobertsSt. Joseph Catholic School pre-kindergarteners Bella Catalano, Angel Noble and Devin Withrow plant their "Pinwheels for Peace" in the front lawn of the Palm Bay school. The entire student body planted their own pinwheels in honor of the "International Day of Peace."St.Joseph School plants Pinwheels for Peace' By T ammy Roberts Senior staff writertroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee HOPE, A4 Meals on Wheels faces an everyday challenge V olunteers who deliver a daily hot meal to shut-ins are more welcomed than the typical delivery person. They get hugs, big smiles and lots of words of thanks. B ut Brevard County's M eals on Wheels program faces a major challenge: H igh gas prices. In Br evard County, Meals on Wheels is meeting the challenge of providing a daily hot lunch for more than 1,000 recipients but the challenge is continuous, said Linda Wells, senior nutrition program director for Meals on Wheels. The mobile food program is coping with ever-increasing gas prices, along with the void created by volunteers who are returning to the workforce to meet their own economic challenges. M eals on Wheels delivers a hot meal to more than 1,000 people in Brevard C ounty each day, relying on a force of about 650 volunteers, who donate time and drive their own vehicles. Of those 650 volunteers, M eals on Wheels depends on about 495 drivers weekly to deliver the meals, Ms. W ells said. "O ur volunteers go from Mi ms to Micco," Ms. Wells said. Ms. Wells said the majority of Meals on Wheels clients are elderly shut-ins. She said the delivery of a meal doesn' t just meet their nutritional needs, it also enables volunteers to check on the health and safety of clients who are typically alone. The task is getting more challenging because of the economy, Ms. Wells said. The economy is affecting our volunteer corps because we have quite a few volunteers that are retirees, and some of them are having to r eturn to at least part-time work to supplement their incomes," Ms. Wells said. And some folks are delaying their retirement and are r emaining in the workforce, and they would have been potential volunteers," she said. Ms. Wells said she dreads the possibility that the Meals on Wheels program, which is part of the Community Se r vices Council, might have to resort to putting needy clients on a waiting list if it falls short of volunteers. "W e' re not at that stage y et, and it's something we have really tried to avoid," she said. "With the shortageHigh gas prices an obstacle in daily drive to deliver meals in BrevardBy Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.comSee M EALS, A2F eaturing Eliza Healy Dopira

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of volunteers that we are beginning to experience, it may lead to us having to activ ate a waiting list. "B ut we're not at that stage y et." The economy has led some Meals on Wheels chapters to deliver a week's worth of frozen meals in one stop but that is not the case in Br evard County, Ms. Wells said. "W e deliver hot meals that are prepared in our community kitchen in Cocoa," Ms. W ells said. "Our concern with delivering frozen dinners is that some of our r ecipients are unable to manage the task of preparing the frozen meal, and it is not safe for them." A major benefit of making a daily visit is checking on the shut-in's welfare. "W e want to hold on to the true intent of Meals on Wheels, which is to have a daily visit with our clients," Ms. Wells said. "Many of our clients live alone, so our volunteers are the only persons they'll see during the course of the day." P at Welch, who volunteers to deliver meals, says the price of gas may be high, but it is worth it for her to help the less fortunate. The price of gas is part of our contribution," Ms. Welch said as she loaded some hot meals in her car at Peace L utheran Church, where volunteers gather. Ms. Welch said she sees people on her route who might go without a meal if M eals on Wheels did not deliver. "A lot of people are waiting at the door for their food," Ms. Welch said. C andy DiBerardino, another volunteer, said some clients "are pacing up and down before we get there." "A lot of them are alone and they are so appreciative when we get there," Ms. DiBerardino said. "A lot of them just want to chat with us. It's a good thing." M eals on Wheels is a valuable way to check on the w ell-being of the participants. "I f they don't answer the door, we call them," Ms. W elch said. "We make sure they are OK. We have a hotline number we can call for help if we've knocked on their doors and don't get an answer." Cindy Flachmeier, president of the Community Services Council, said Meals on Wheels provides another 800 meals to seniors who are mobile and can go to one of 15 locations where meals are provided. B ut the bulk of the recipients are shut-ins. "I f some of our clients did not receive a meal from M eals on Wheels, they may not get a meal that day," Ms. F lachmeier said. F riday, September 30, 2011 A2 MelbourneHometown News 667878 672348 678332 MealsF rom page A1 Photo by Dan GarciaMeals on Wheels volunteers Candy DiBerardino (L) and Pat Welch help driver Arleather Gaines (top) unload fresh meals from a delivery truck in order to start their delivery routes. Save Money,Eat OUT! Save Money,Eat OUT!Save Money,Eat OUT! www.hometownnewsol.com 50 % OFFGift Certificates50 % OFFGift Certificates

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 30, 2011 Melbourne A3 678808Dental Insurance W elcomeMon-Tue-Thu 7:30-5:30 W ed 12:30-7:30723-0938917 S. Wickham Rd. € W. Melbourne € 32904 Got A Dental Problem?Bring your prior file/xrays for a FREE 2nd opinion. SMILE New Patient Prophy and Exam(1110) (0150)with Oral Cancer ScreeningExpires 10/31/11Friendly, Family Dentistry€ Children Welcome € Veneers € Whitening € Root Canals € Crowns € TMJDisorder € One-Visit Restorations € Dental Emergencies Seen Promptly € Cosmetic Dentistry € Dentures € Implant RestorationsAny patient and any other person responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or be reimbursed for payment for any other service, Examinations or treatment which is performed as a result and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free service, examination or treatment. John T. Bailey, DMDServing Brevard For 27 YearsJohn T. Bailey,DMDNew Patient Introduction$7500 673339 Adopt a pet ww w.brevardsheriff.com678122F or more information, Contact Corrections Deputy Soto at(321) 690-1592or visit our website Corrections Deputy Brouillette holds Honey, a 9 month-old Black Mouth Cur mix. Honey is currently in the Paws & StripesP rogram at the Brevard County Jail Complex, and is available for adoption. Ad sponsored by: Business newsAN NOUNCEMENTS V olunteers sought for committeeThe Brevard County Solid W aste Management D epartment is looking for interested citizens to fill two volunteer positions on the Solid Waste Collection C ontract selection committee, which will evaluate and assist in the review of the solid waste collection contract proposals. The collection contract selection committee will be comprised of five members: the solid waste director, two assistant county managers, and two citiz ens. One citizen will represent the north contract area (District 1 or 2), and the other citizen will represent the south contract area (District 3, 4, or 5). Anyone who has an interest in serving on this committee, particularly those with a background in envir onmental, solid waste, r ecycling or related areas is encouraged to apply. Participants must be Brevard C ounty residents and have no affiliation with solid waste collection consultants or solid waste haulers and commercial companies that collect or transport solid waste, recyclables, or construction and demolition materials. I nterested applicants are asked to submit background information, qualifications and/or experience, including current address and phone number to hillary.arena@brevardcounty.us. All information must be r eceived by 5 p.m. Oct. 20. F or more information, please contact Hillary Ar ena at (321) 633-2042. she recognized McClelland as a regular customer despite the fact that he was w earing a hoodie and a bandanna over his face because of his distinctive blue eyes. Av alon Police Chief Thomas Kokoski told WPXITV M cClelland ran away without any money and was hiding near a building where he was staying across the street from the store when police found him. Fr om seattlepi.com : R unaway steer creates chaos on Arizona interstate A runaway steer stopped traffic on a major highway, hurtled over a brick wall and damaged two police vehicles during a chase that had four Arizona law enforcement agencies scrambling. The male bovine escaped from a livestock trailer on I nterstate 8 just east of Y uma, Yuma County S heriff's Capt. Eben Bratcher told The Associated Press. The driver of the trailer was getting on the freeway when he noticed that a side door was ajar. He pulled ov er, but one of his charges got away before he could shut the door. "I t was chaotic," Bratcher said. "It was running around in traffic on the interstate, which is why law enforcement got involved as quickly as it did. There was a lot of us out there chasing this thing around." A sheriff's deputy roped the steer about a half-hour after the escape. Br atcher said the steer was uninjured and returned to its owner. Fr om news.yahoo.com: Charges for woman who ran Chihuahua by car A dog-sitter's shortcut led to criminal charges for a C olorado woman who had a Chihuahua running alongside her car at 10 to 15 mph. The Daily Camera r eported that 29-year-old Joan R enee Zalk, of Boulder, faces animal cruelty and felony menacing charges. Z alk told officers the dog, C ooper, "goes ballistic" if it doesn't walk 3 miles a day. W itnesses called police after seeing the leashed dog struggling to keep up with the car. Z alk is free on bond. C ooper was uninjured and was taken to a local shelter. The dog was expected to be r eleased to its owner, who was out of town at the time of the incident. Fr om nbc-2.com : Man looking for casino gets detox stay An Oregon man pressed his luck one too many times and spent the night in a N ebraska detox cell after twice mistaking a police station for a casino and asking authorities for blackjack chips. The Lincoln Journal Star r eported the 21-year-old man approached the U niversity of NebraskaLincoln police station front desk after a college football game. He left after a staffer told him it was a police station but returned a few minutes later. That's when an officer administered a blood alcohol test, which registered at .273 percent, more than triple the state's legal driving limit. P olice took him into protective custody while he sobered up. A police sergeant said the man had not committed a crime and was not arrested. Fr om sfgate.com: No jet lag for 120 donkeys after flight One hundred and twenty donkeys arrived at a sanctuary in California on a plane from Hawaii chartered by the Humane S ociety of the United States. Tr acy Miller, manager of P eaceful Valley Donkey Re scue in Tehachapi, said the donkeys are "none the worse for wear" after the long flight and two-hour drive that followed it. They are descendants of donkeys brought to Hawaii to work coffee plantations, who were then cast aside when they became obsolete. R ecent drought conditions have brought hundreds of donkeys down from the mountains into developed H awaii, where they have disrupted traffic and made other trouble for humans, inspiring a search for new homes. Fr om wkrg.com : Offenders in Alabama town can choose jail or church A uthorities say nonviolent offenders in southern Alabama will have a new choice: go to jail or go to church every Sunday for a year. WKRG-TV reported that O peration Restore Our C ommunity begins soon. The city judge in Bay M inette will let misdemeanor offenders choose to work off their sentences in jail and pay a fine or go to church every Sunday for a y ear. If offenders select church, they'll be allowed to pick the place of worship but must check in weekly with the pastor and police. If the one-year church attendance program is completed, the offender's case will be dismissed. B ay Minette Police Chief M ike Rowland said the program could change the lives of people heading down the wrong path. So far, 56 churches are participating. S ean McCarthy can be r eached at help@ComputeThisOnline.com (no hyphens).W eirdF rom page A1

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J oseph's has participated in the Sept. 21 event, alongside thousands of other schools throughout the world. An estimated 3.5 million pinwheels were spinning in more than 100 different countries on the same date in 2010, according to the Pinwheels for Peace website, www.pinwheelsforpeace.com. Whether it's peace in the home environment, freedom from bullying, peace of mind or the conflict of war, Ms. Lancaster said her hope is for students to learn that peace can take on a multitude of meanings. "P eace can be very personal," she said. S ince the last week of A ugust, St. Joseph students in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade have been working on their pinwheels in art class, as well as in their individual classr ooms. On one side of their pinwheels, students wrote messages that captured their thoughts about war, peace, tolerance and harmony, whether it was a phrase, prayer, poem or even a song lyric. On the other side of the pinwheels, students added drawings, paintings and collages to express their feelings on these topics in more of a visual format. Ei ghth-grader Autumn K eany, 13, wrote a poem specifically for her brightly colored pinwheel, which opened with the line: "S omeday, I hope there will be peace, and that war will someday cease." After participating in the school's inaugural "Pinwheels for Peace" project in 2009, Autumn said the event was one she's been looking forward to for a while. "I think it's something that all of the students, from the little ones in pre-K to the eighth-graders, can take part in," she said, standing in the center of a large, pinwheel-filled peace sign. "E verybody came together to create something that's r eally beautiful." Third-graders Emma T urba and Joseph Stokes also used bright colors to decorate their pinwheels, while adding similes for peace, such as loving, caring and harmony, throughout. "B r ight colors stand for peace so I wanted to use lots of them," said Emma. "I added stars and stripes and squares and used green, red and blue for my colors," added Joseph. "I think our designs let others know (how) we feel about peace." In addition to the actual planting of the pinwheels, the seventh-grade students unveiled banners they made that read, "Peace be with you" during the ceremony, while other students sang a song, called "Peace Like a River." "Thi s message is hopefully one that sticks with our students for a long time," Ms. Lancaster said. "If everyone finds peace in their own hearts, we'll all be in a better place." F or more information about "Pinwheels for Peace," visit www.pinwheelsforpeace.com. y ear that came to us from the taxpaying citizens of other counties who last y ear couldn't meet that challenge," Dr. Binggeli said. "They paid a penalty for that, and we got some of that money." Dr Binggeli said Brevard P ublic Schools faced major economic hurdles because it is one of the largest school districts in the state. The Brevard school district serves approximately 73,000 students, making it the 10th-largest of 67 school districts in Florida. The district is the largest employer in Brevard C ounty, employing more than 9,000 people, including more than 5,000 teachers and staff. The school district operates 86 schools in 17 municipalities in Brevard C ounty. The school district r efrained from spending E ducation Jobs Bill funding that was made available to schools. Such spending would have counted against the district's budget, Dr. Binggeli said. "W e didn't spend any of those dollars," he said. "By comparison, Broward C ounty spent every penny, and they have laid off well ov er 2,000 employees and cut a lot of programs. "W e are committed to prioritizing the dollars to where they count the most. We did cut a grade school opening, and we continue to be guided by our strategic plan." Dr Binggeli said managing the school's budget is no different from having an effective household budget strategy. Dr Binggeli said, for example, that the district has strived to reduce its energy consumption, saving hundreds of thousands of dollars as a result. "I n 2009-10, we dropped our kilowatt consumption by 4.4 percent, by doing such things as window tinting," he said. "Last y ear, we cut our kilowatt hour consumption another 7.9 percent. "T o put that in perspective, we have cut $1.5 million in the last two years," he said. Dr Binggeli said saving through energy conservation has required some personal sacrifice. "O ver two weeks in winter, we shut off the heat in every building," he re called. "One day, I came into my office, and it was 67 degrees. "O ur administrators did not complain. They understand it is a means to an end." He said the ongoing effort to converse energy consumption has been through behavior modification." Dr Binggeli said he wishes he could be just as successful in economizing at home. "I have a 14-year-old daughter, and I can't get her out of the shower because the hot water just keeps running," he said. F riday, September 30, 2011 A4 MelbourneHometown News 672820 Mention This Ad & Get 10% OffW ally World Service Center80 Sunset Drive Melbourne, FL321-728-0056W ally World Service Center321-728-0056678328 40 Years Experience€ NoJob TooBig or Small € Fast Service € Lowest Prices Around € A/C Repair € All Makes &Models US192Sunset Dr. Melbourne Square Mall Shoppes of W est Melbourne 678340 Dr.Denture678805€ Quality Dentures € Reasonable Fees € Competitive PricesOne Day Service for Dentures, Relines and RepairsMEDICAID ACCEPTED321-259-1949Call for appointment313 N. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 30, 2011 Melbourne A5 676230NEW RENOVATED ROOMS FREE DELUXE CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST FREE WI-FI 24 HOUR BUSINESS CENTER IN ROOM SAFES GUEST LAUNDRY LA R GE OUTDOOR POOL LA R GE SUN DECK AT POOL 2000 SQ FOOT MEETING ROOM INTERIOR CORRIDORS24 HOUR BUSINESS CENTERCO PY AND FAX SERVICE FRIENDLY PROFESSIONAL STAFFEXTRAORDINARY VALUE AT ORDINARY RATERACKRATE$79.95Southern Hospitality at its Best!T he Stuart Inn950 SE Federal Hwy, Stuart FLSOONTOBEQU ALITYINNPhone:772-287-3171Fax:772-220-3594Stuarthotel@gmail.com F or Your Discounted Room RatePu r chase your Gift Certificate50% Off online @ hometownnewsol.com 667879 676638 Police report Melbourne P olice Department Malori Jo Acker, 26, of 313 Gemini Drive, Satellite B each, was charged Sept. 16 with petit larceny. Erik M. Ankeney, 30, of 457 Club Trail, Melbourne, was charged Sept. 16 with felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. James Harrell Kelly, 28, of 2421 Stone St., Melbourne, was charged Sept. 16 with possession of cocaine. Michele Erin Nelson, 27, of 2982 W. Ontario Circle, Melbourne, was charged Sept. 17 with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and felony battery. Samuel Omar Saunders, 29, of 161 Prairie St. S.E., Palm Bay, was charged Sept. 17 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia, as a habitual traffic offender driving on a suspended license, with keeping dangerous drugs and three counts of felony on-site violation of probation. Ryan R. Spannan, 24, of 284 Crystal Lake Road, M elbourne, was charged S ept. 17 with resisting arrest without violence, hit-and-run-failure to stop and remain at crash and felony driving under the influence. Rashida Danielle Br ooks, 33, of 1136 Mathers St., Melbourne, was charged Sept. 18 with aggravated battery using a deadly weapon. Tracy L. Lattmore, 19, of 619 Tucker St., Melbourne, was charged Sept. 18 with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Jack E. McCampbell, 53, of 2425 Ersoff Blvd. N.E., Palm Bay, was charged Sept. 18 as a habitual traffic offender driving on a suspended license, felony driving under the influence and felony driving under the influence-property damage. Travis Ray Elmore, 23, of 6165 Alderwood Ave., Po rt St John, was charged S ept. 20 with exploitation of the elderly. Bennie Irving Hancock, 28, of 2924 Main St., Melbourne, was charged Sept. 22 with possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia and felony violation of probation.P alm Bay P olice Department Neil Anthony Palmer, 33, of 2100 Pineapple Ave., M elbourne, was charged S ept. 21 with unarmed burglary of an occupied structure, criminal mischief-property damage and felony battery.Rockledge P olice Department Roberto Dominguez, 18, of 1681 Bridgewater Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged Sept. 17 with r esisting arrest with violence, disorderly intoxication in a public place and felony battery. Perfecta Sanchez, 37, of 1681 Bridgewater Road, M elbourne, was charged S ept. 17 with simple assault on an officer/firefighter/EMT.Brevard County Sheriff's Office Thomas Allen Buck, 42, of 441 Vilkers Drive, Melbourne, was charged Sept. 16 with felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Berry Louis, 29, address unknown, was charged S ept. 16 with aggravated battery and obstructing justice. Robert Allen Shipley, 20, of 3725 W. New Haven Av e ., West Melbourne, was charged Sept. 16 with aggravated battery causing bodily harm. Damon N. Chaille, 37, of 2511 Vermont St., West M elbourne, was charged S ept. 17 with felony child abuse and felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Peter J. Stuczynski, 50, of 1681 Bridgewater Drive, M elbourne, was charged S ept. 17 with resisting arrest with violence, disorderly intoxication in a public place and felony misuse of 9-1-1. David Sanchez, 29, address unknown, was charged Sept. 18 with lewd/lascivious behaviormolesting a victim y ounger than 12 years old. Tamra Meichelle St r and, 41, of 2006 Penwood Drive, Melbourne, was charged Sept. 19 on an out-of-county warrant. Easton A. Bilotta, 20, of 576 Spring Lake Drive, M elbourne, was charged S ept. 20 with forgery-altering a public records certificate, fraud-attempting to use the identification of another, fraud-illegal use of credit cards and unarmed burglary of an unoccupied conveyance. Aketia Taniel Jackson, 25, of 2715 Grant St., Melbourne, was charged Sept. 20 with burglary with assault/battery and unarmed home invasion r obbery. Jeffery Wayne Stanley, 23, of 1521 Croftwood Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged Sept. 21 with failure to appear, larceny, passing forged/altered identification to a secondhand property dealer and dealing in stolen property. Clifford Edward Baird, 46, address unknown, was charged Sept. 22 with r esisting arrest with violence, felony battery on an officer/firefighter/EMT and felony violation of probation. Michael Caplick, 38, address unknown, was charged Sept. 22 on an out-of-county warrant. Editor's note: This is a list of arrests,not convictions, and all arrestees are presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty in a court of law. VETERANS DAY SPECIAL EDITIONOn V eterans Day,Nov.11, H ometown News will feature photographs of the men and women in our area who have served their country in the military. P lease email photographs of the veterans in your family to newsfp@hometownnewsol.com (j-peg attachments,at least 500 kbs in size) or mail prints to 380 N.Wickham Road,Melbourne,FL,32935,attention:news clerk.Please include the veteran's name,military branch and rank and current city of residence.If the veteran in your family has died,please include the year of death.For more information,call (321) 242-1013 To send your letters to the editor, e-mail them to brevnews@hometownnewsol.com or fax them to (321) 242-1281. Or you can send letters to: L etters to the editor, 3 80 Wickham Road N., Melbourne, FL 32935. 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A6 THIS WEEKS LUCKY THIS WEEKS LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLE If This is your license plate go to the nearest HTN Office to verify by noon Tuesday.CONGRATULATIONSto Last Weeks Winner,Mary Jane Murphy GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY!Stop by ANY office or CALL!!!WIN $1 00-$1000 I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIAN RIVER CO.772-569-6767MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 678129 child! I am appalled by this writer and their use of words to describe another person's child. I have been robbed, I completely understand the anger and r age one can feel when all they have worked for is trespassed upon and taken. I get it. B ut I will not sit back and read these horrible things you have called a child, assuming this is a child, and onlybecause y ou used the word "child." No one should ever speak about a small person that way, no matter what the situation. Su re speak of the child's guardian, assume what you please about them and their lack of supervision and, as you say, "values," but keep your mouth shut about the CHILD. C an you blame a child fir his or her actions if this is all they know? If they have not one person that cares enough to guide them and teach them these "values?" This "spawn" may disgust you, but let me tell you, your verbal assault on this "child" disgusts me! Get a grip, breathe, count to 10, call the police, file a report and back off! Y our stolen items, your camera, your broken door are all r eplaceable. This child's future? This child's self-esteem, ruined. So thank you a bunch, you babbling moron! E ditor's note:If the culprit was indeed a "child"closer to 18 than 11,he or she deserves to be chastised.No names or identifying information was given about this "child."We are assuming the writer is venting,and we hope someone takes heed.Response to Making it impossible'The rant about "Making it impossible for Democrats to vote" article nice try! Let us start with "... this is a true, eye witness Florida story ." Where in Florida? When? What news media published or r eported this story? Who wrote the article? Please, no HUFFY nor Move on Org articles. let's stick to the truth and verifiable FACT S! Then, of course the victim is "darker-than-tan" who lost or had her purse stolen with license inside. What does that have to do with the story, other than to play a race card to make a point? So far, it smells like a made-up story to claim Republicans have it against darker-than-tan people. Then, you must throw in the "... bored and obviously r etarded clerk, who clearly got his job through a relative with appointment power!" comment. It makes a nice touch of anti-minority and incompetent public employees. Y ou even spend more time blasting " the retard-o, being the relative of some Harry-dope-you-louse, doesn't exactly have the brain cells"...! At no point was there a request for a supervisor. Amazing! Thus, you used close to 70 lines to publish a made up story. How do I know is made up? The darker-than-tan lady in today's society you expect me to believe she would be silent and not voice her displeasure nor ask for a supervisor? Really? Then, to really spruce up your point and put icing in the cake, there is the whitey' who also lost license, but he is taken care quickly? Really? You describe a well-dressed white man who lost (his) license and in (the) same paragraph says he is homeless and unemployed, pays no bills, no bank account, y et he is well-dressed? Y ou even close with blasting the public servant again. I am still WAITING for YOUR proof on :Making it impossible for Democrats to vote!" Close to 70 lines wasted and not one proof of the headline. I am waiting for you to provide sources that this is factual and can be verified. Question now is CAN YOU? We all know this is a figment of the imagination. Do not bother to reply.Call an 800 numberP eople are constantly complaining about the problem schools are having with the children of illegals. He re 's something else you can do, just take the time to do it. It doesn't cost you a dime. Ev ery article of food that you buy in the store that is written in Spanish, call the 800 number and tell them, "We are American. Drop the Spanish from their labels. The illegals can learn English if they wish to work here. They are paid in American dollars, not pesos." S tart complaining to the right people. All companies, after awhile, will get the message. T ake the Spanish off the doors,entrance in English only. E xit in English only. They will never learn the language as long as we allow to placate them with their native tongue. Get together here and make it a law that only English be allowed on merchandise. If an illegal buys something and cannot understand what the instructions are, he can find someone to translate. W ake up, America, before it's too late. Maybe it already is, because we have all just sat back and let It happen.God help US ALL!!!Alone with yourself, your phone on the highwayHow is it that everyone who took the test for their Florida driver license forgot the law states that your headlights go on when it rains? I can't believe the absence of illumination during downpours. It 's just common sense, besides being the law. It 's much harder to see when it's raining, duh! This also goes for those inconsiderate boobs who cross two lanes of traffic, make a left turn from the middle or right lane, all of this right in front of you on top of it raining! When will people realize that they are not alone on the highway? When I got my first driver license in New York state, there was something called sportsmanlike driving that was taught in the schools. Ev en if Florida doesn't have this particular method, you'd think that the least drivers would do is be considerate for others on the road with them. It just seems the majority of those on the road are too preoccupied with themselves to think of anyone or anything else. On top of that, you now have this horrible communication thing called texting to contend with. Where will it end? I know there is a family, who's daughter was killed while texting and is taking her crumpled up car around to schools to show them the result of her mistake. I don't know how many people will learn from this very bad habit, but it's a start. T ree in yard updateThank you for sharing troublesome tree concerns in you R ants and Raves section. I just wanted to let you know that the city of West Melbourne changed its policy on the removal of trees on private property. Pe r mits or fees are no longer required. My magnolia tree is now down. God bless the U.S.A.Fiscal responsibility automatic cutsPr esident Obama, by executive order early in 2010, commissioned the National Committee on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform, a committee of 18 members, charged with evaluating government programs and recommending those that could be reduced or eliminated. R ecommendations would be forwarded to Congress with the provision that they be accepted as is, with no amendments. The committee needed 14 votes to accept the proposed changes, but they only got 11. It was never forwarded. In 2011, President Obama commissioned a committee of six, chaired by Vice President Biden, to do the same thing. N othing came of this, either. A Congressional Joint Select Committee on Debt Reduction of 12 bipartisan members has been created to find money to offset dollar-for-dollar increases in the debt ceiling. The committee report is due by Thanksgiving. Congress votes on Dec. 23, and if not passed, automatic cuts kick in J an. 15. Y ou want to reduce spending, stop giving aid to those countries that do not like us and do nothing for us. Eliminate the 535 jobs in Washington that are supposed to look out for us.Who is being represented? This $700-plus billion satellite will be crashing to Earth. Why? Because we have no shuttle to go up, capture, refuel and release it back into orbit. The Space Station will have to be abandoned soon, provided the return vehicle is operational. Why? Because the Russians cannot hold up their part of the agreement to maintain the station. Surprise, Surprise! What were these "Washington scholars" and state representatives thinking? The loss of hardware, technology, as well as possible harm to the crew on the Space Station, far exceeds the funding to keep the space shuttle program alive. U nlike other cultures, we do value human life, both in space and on the ground. When the billions and billions of dollars worth of satellites, How do they get my numbers? Are they paying for them?I find that a lot of agencies are buying telephone numbers so they can call people to donate or buy the products they are selling. What really gets me is that not only are they calling my home phone, they have just begun calling my Safelink cell phone. This is a phone that the U.S.A. gives people like me. The phone is free and I get free minutes. What I don't know is how did these agencies get this cell number. In my opinion I believe that they have no right to buy my number. This is my number, and if anyone is going to get money for my phone number, it should be me. After all it is my number right? Let me read from any of you out there how do you feel about that? Thank you for this paper that I get and thank you for your concern. Have a "Yabba Dabba Doo" of a day.Brevard county ... our fractured medical systemI recently visited a local medical center because I was exper iencing chest pains. I am currently unemployed and have no medical insurance. They performed an EKG and took a blood test. I paid the bill of $176 upon leaving. Se veral weeks later, I received a revised bill from them for an additional $20 that they had forgotten to tack on. A relative of mine with insurance recently had similar procedures performed there. I nstead of the $39 fee for the EKG, they accepted $24.50, and the $20 blood work was reimbursed for $3.41. I spoke with the billing office and ask why they except less money from insurance companies then they except from people without insurance. I basically was told that that was the way it was! They ask me if I was unwilling to pay for services that they had provided. I advised I was more than willing to pay them at the same r ate they accept from insurance companies and had already done more than that before they found their mistake. That got me nowhere! I don't like paying for other people's mistakes. I'm sure that this isn't the only clinic/doctor following these practices. I understand that doctors are also being hit with lower payouts from insurance companies and must make up the difference somewhere, but not on the backs of struggling families in these trying times.Response to brat mothers'This is a response to the obviously upset, but clearly ridiculous, person who wrote "Thanks a bunch, brat mothers ." WO W! I truly hope this "brat" you are referring to is at least 18. Maybe 16. Because any child under this age is just that, a Got something to say? Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at (321) 242-1276or e-mail brevnews@hometownnewsol.com. C allers are asked to refrain from making slanderous statements.Statements of fact will be checked for accuracy. VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2011 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM Cool and smoothJami Pennington, 17, of Melbourne and Oliver Burris, 16, of Viera skate a synchronized ice routine to the song Me and My Shadow' at the Space Coast Iceplex during their back to school recital. Andy Stefanek staff photographer Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 11 02 South U.S. 1, Fort Pierce, FL 34950 Copyright 2011, Hometown News L.C.Phone (321) 242-1013 Fax (321) 242-1281Classified (321) 242-0442 1 -800-823-0466 Rants & Raves (321) 242-1276Circulation 1 -866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comMELBOURNEV oted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. 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The No. 1 priority should be "take care of your own." That doesn't refer to your o wn pocket. "Your own" r efers to mankind. O ur government needs to wake up. Stop spending billions buying other countries' allegiance when "allegiance" isn't even in their vocabulary. T ake care of the country that was entrusted to your ca re. S top disgracing every veteran and service person who has given so much for our country's freedom. T ake a stand for the people and save our nation from the fraction trying to bring us to our knees. Who can you believe, vote for?The time has come.Seems like just yesterday when the presidential candidates starting jousting, calling each other names, digging deep into their opponents' closets to find skeletons to degrade their opponents. Like elementary school children, resorting to Bart Simpson tactics. M ost of the candidates are closet terrorists in their own country, cheating and lying to the Americans with their silver tongues, debates promisingwhat they can and will do for "you" if elected. When one is elected, it's too late, and promises don't have to be kept. Who can you believe? It's like "Saturday Night Live." They should make the jousting a reality show. The elected officials we should vote for are president Bart Simpson and vice president Goofy. They will win.What's y our choice??In honor of H as anyone out there figured out, besides family and friends, that we are still at war, and troops are falling daily? The 22 seals, besides the r est, on board that copter that was shot down. We 'r e counting 5,000-plus American troops that we know of, who have died for us, not to mention the troops r eturning home without some of their limbs, mental capacities diminished, disfigured and having mental issues, including dependencies on something or other. Again, to name a few. Then, get this. They come home to the good ol' U.S. of A, only to be financially devastated and homes foreclosed on. All of this, and I see not one American flag at halfmast in honor of our lost ones. Is this a wonderful country or what? Sometimes, not. We all sit back, take in the fresh air, most sit at dinner tables and eat, go to school and clubs, dine out and so on. F lags should always fly (at) half-mast in their honor. W ell, I'll still fly my flag at half-mast and thank them every day for giving it all, so I can live free. O h, and by the way, I have no one overseas (or home), but I still fly my flag at halfmast until they come home or I die first.Why did God allow this?Ev ery time something terr ible happens, people say Why did God allow this to happen?" We seem to want to shift the blame onto God instead of ourselves. We also seem to forget that we decided to do things our o wn way, instead of God's way; and look at what we have done to ourselves: murder, child neglect, children murdered, abuse, and the list goes on. Ev ery day I hear more bad news on TV, and it only gets worse. I hope this will get printed, because I know within that this is just the time for the beast to come. T ake warning for those who know what will come beware of 666.How can you buy American?'I know we are all told to buy American, but it is sometimes difficult when everything in the store was made in a foreign country. R ecently due to illness, someone else had to do my shopping. I received oranges from Africa, tomatoes from Canada, bananas from Honduras and apples from New Z ealand. How then can you buy American when you have fruits and vegetables from the United Nations?Cursive writing must stayI was reading that some schools are not going to teach students cursive writing anymore. How will the people sign their name? Will they sign it with an "X?" And if they just print all the time, that means that anybody can print anybody's name.L eave The Star-Spangled Banner' aloneI just called in to say that people are trying to do away with "The Star-Spangled B anner" as the song of this country and want to replace it with "America, the Beautiful." They need to remember that if we did not have "The S tar-Spangled Banner," fighting for our country and freedom, we would not have America, the Beautiful" now. Things don't come without a price.I don't appreciate being lied toI am a Brevard county property owner, taxpayer and voter. I expect to pay for firefighters, police officers, teachers (I have no kids), etc. in order to live in a civilized, modern society. It was obvious to me, when the value of our homes began to crash, that less property taxes would be collected. I voted against the extra $25,000 homestead exemption because I can do simple math. What I don't appreciate is being lied to. I don't care if a state law says this is technically not a tax increase. It is an increase in our mileage (tax) rates, and elected officials need to stop lying about it and take responsibility for increasing our property taxes. I feel there should be no r aises for county employees and no new community center at Wickham Park. Take care of the existing community centers in the older areas of town. Start seizing abandoned properties for past due taxes and bulldoze the condemned buildings. Pe r haps then Brevard County won't look so blighted. I live in Palm Bay, a perfect place to grow maggots in our trash cans thanks to the city's once-a-week "cost savings" trash pickup. No w we are told they are r evisiting that policy, and it will cost more to go back to twice a week pickups. I do not view this as a "cost savings." It is just another lie.My last trip to the grocery storeY esterday, I was at my local grocery store buying a large bag of Purina dog chow for my loyal pet, Jake the Wonder Dog and was in theRantsF rom page A6 See R ANTS, A9

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indoor public gun range, including free personal instruction. Several classes are offered at the gun range, including Concealed W eapons, Young Shooter S afety and Gun Safety. The APHF also has several programs for those families who have lost someone in the line of duty. Scholarships are awarded every year and in the last 10 y ears, $2.2 million has been awarded. Emergency funds are provided for those spouses who have lost a husband or wife in the line of duty, including a check for grief counseling. O ther programs include money for summer camps and gift programs for those children who have lost a parent in the line of duty. A ccording to Barry Shepherd, the executive director of the APHF, there are more than 8,000 family survivors in the APHF programs. To Shepherd, the ability to do something so rewarding is what keeps him doing what he does. "M ost people's first experience with law enforcement is when they get pulled over," Mr. Shepherd said. "Most people don't have a good opinion of law enforcement, and it's nice to be able to teach them what they really doprotect and serve." Fo r more information about The American Police H all of Fame,call (321) 2640911. Each day, most Americans have the luxury of waking up in a comfy bed, drinking a cup of hot coffee and enjoying a cool shower. B efore starting their day, they apply various beauty and hygiene products, have time to read the morning newspaper and savor a healthy, filling breakfast. B ut on the other side of the world, many U.S. military troops are lucky to catch an hour of sleep in their makeshift tents, while stationed in remote and isolated areas of Afghanistan. These soldiers go weeks without access to running water and must survive on the few items they carry in their backpacks, while constantly changing locations. "I t' s these troops who can benefit from this project the most," said Melbourne resident Gloria Grant. "These men and women are fighting every day to protect us. They can use any and all the help we can give them." A native of Waveland, M iss., Ms. Grant moved to the Space Coast after her 120-year old, antebellumstyle home was completely destroyed in Hurricane Katr ina. Sin ce 2005, she has been extremely active in the community outreach programs at St. Mark's United M ethodist Church in Indialantic, primarily with the Ly dia Circle women's group. W ith support and assistance from the group, Ms. Grant initiated a military effort through www.anysoldier.com that provided 168 large flat-rate boxes full of hygiene products, snacks, magazines, DVDs and a va r iety of other items to troops in Afghanistan last y ear, just in time for the Christmas holiday. And this year, she's at it again. The effort has actually been continuous since our first shipment," Ms. Grant said. "After our first Christmas mailing, we received enough donations to do a J anuary mailing and followed up with an Easter mailing and a summer mailing. Now, we're preparing for our second Christmas shipment." The number of care packages the church has mailed out has far exceeded Ms. Grant's original goal of 100 boxes, as its members are expecting to fill and send their 400th box this fall. This is my Christmas," Ms. Grant said. "In my family, we put up a Christmas tree, but there are never any presents under it. Instead, we use the money for whatever we would have bought for one another to fill as many boxes as we can. It's tough to be away from home at any time, but the holidays are especially difficult for these kids." Throughout the year, Ms. Grant receives numerous letters and emails from various troops, thanking the church for its generous efforts. Earlier this year, four members of the U.S. N ational Guard even visited S t. Marks as a way to personally show their gratitude. S taff Sgt. Morton of West M elbourne, 33, served two tours in Afghanistan, most r ecently as a logistics supply sergeant in the city of B agram. "B eing away from family is always the hardest part," he said back in February, addressing a group of the church's members. "So when we receive these care packages, it provides us with a little bit of home and makes us seem that much closer." Those words of gratitude are what, Ms. Grant said, inspire she and her fellow volunteers to continue their efforts. 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WIC provides the following HEALTHY FOODS at NO COST:WIC is an equal opportunity provider.BREVARD COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT WIC PROGRAM 758767 TOTS, TEENS & IN-BETWEENS! Place Your Ad in this Special SectionJust for Kids!Tots, Teens, & In-BetweenŽ Call 1-800-823-0466758768 678136 Church groups fill, ship care packages for soldiersBoxes expected to reach troops in remote areas of Afghanistan in time for the holidaysBy T ammy Robertstroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee PACKAG ES, A9 Staff photo by Tammy RobertsV olunteers from five Brevard County churches gather at Holy Apostles Episcopal Church in Satellite Beach to pack boxes full of various items for soldiers in Afghanistan in time for the holidays. Pictured are: (back row) Marie Gerlach, Shirley Hyatt, Jewell Mitchell, Karen Coleman, (front row) Janet Jodoin, Gloria Mitchell, Shirley Story, June Pustelnyk, Eddie Rader and Hazel Morrison. Below are some suggested items for the Military Boxes project: Reusable drink containers disposable cameras body powder deodorant mints long-distance phone cards chewing gum/candy Little Debbie snack cakes Ziplock bags coffee Gatorade playing cards/games/dice snack mixes music CDs toothbrushes/toot paste inflatable pillows/pillow cases cookies in individual packets canned food items (V ienna sausage, beans and franks) foot-bag/hacky-sacs Zip-locked spices microwave popcorn DVD movies for magazines for men and women Ramen noodles/Mac r oni & Cheese cereal bars/granola bars disposable shower tow els soup mix, hot cocoa mix newspapers koozies/can-coolers AA batteries air fresheners canned air for electronics stress-relief squeeze balls sewing kits baby wipes shoe laces brown T-shirts boot socks in green and white hand warmers razors ink pens/pads word puzzle books Icy hot patches, foot massagers paper plates/ microwa able plates, bowls vitamins paperback books (Items not accepted are chocolate, weapons or home-cooked foods, illegal copies of materials)HeroesF rom page A1

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 30, 2011 Melbourne A9 CIGARETTEDEPOT2595 W. NEW HAVEN(ACROSSFROMOLIVEGARDEN)WESTMELBOURNE, FL32904 678309 No Chemical AdditivesIncluding:Marlboro, Lights, Camel, Winston, Kool, Newport, Salem and all others! 671749 1-95 & W. Eau Gallie Blvd. € Melbourne € 321-242-9124 € www.superfleamarket.com... There's Always Something Happening at SUPERFLEAMARKET678813……… OPEN EVERY ……… FRIDAY SATURDAY & SUNDAY 9AM-4PM The Haunted Lair Returns! COMINGOCTOBER1stA MAZE OF TERROR BASED ONFAMOUSHORROR MOVIES Help The Community and Get $100 OFFper personthe Haunted Lair Entry. Just bring in two cans/boxes of food! Harvest FestivalOCTOBER29th9:00 am 4:00 pmKiddie Area, Barrel & Pole Racing, Petting Zoo, Arts &Crafts, T rick or Treating, Live Entertainment, Pumpkin Baking Contest, & Much, Much More! 758730 check-out line when a woman behind me asked if I had a dog. What did she think I had an elephant? So since I'm retired and have little to do, on impulse I told her that no, I didn't have a dog; I was starting the Purina Diet again. I added that I probably shouldn't, because I ended up in the hospital last time, but that I'd lost 50 pounds before I awakened in an intensive care ward with tubes coming out of most of my orifices and IVs in both arms. I told her that it was essentially a perfect diet, and that the way that it works is to load your pants pockets with Purina N uggets and simply eat one or two every time you feel hungry. The food is nutritionally complete so it works well, and I was going to try it again. (I have to mention here that practically everyone in line was now enthralled with my story.) H orrified, she asked if I ended up in intensive care, because the dog food poisoned me. I told her no, I stepped off a curb to sniff a poodle's behind and a car hit me. I thought the guy behind her was going to have a heart attack, he was laughing so hard. That grocery store won't let me shop there anymore. B etter watch what you ask r etired people. They have all the time in the world to think of crazy things to say.Say no' to same-sex marriagesI am very much against this same-sex marriage. No matter what state they allow it, it affects us all. This includes children, because now these people will want to adopt childrenRantsF rom page A7 people to feel that same sense of joy," she said.Community tiesAs a way to spread word of the project, Ms. Grant devoted two weeks last year to visiting many of the churches in Brevard County, in the hope that other organizations would choose to "adopt" their o wn military units to send supplies to. H er tireless efforts paid off. This year, four additional churches Holy Apostles E piscopal Church in Satellite Beach, Lutheran Church of The Redeemer in M elbourne, St. Paul Lutheran Church in Melbourne and Satellite Beach United M ethodist Church have jumped on board with the project and have already mailed out several shipments of boxes to various troops in Afghanistan. "G loria showed up at our church one day and presented us with an opportunity we could not refuse," said Janet Jodoin, a 20-year member of St. Paul Lutheran Church. "We've sent 14 boxes so far and are still filling more." G loria Mitchell, a longtime member of Satellite B each United Methodist, has participated in a similar military project at her church, alongside her husband, Jewell, since 2007. B ut this year, they chose to r each out to even more military members through the Any Soldier website. "W e' re r ight here so close to Patrick Air Force Base, and we realized we need to be doing as much as we can to help our troops," Mrs. M itchell said. Ha z el Morrison, a member of Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, said that in addition to community donations, her congregation uses the money raised during its holiday bazaar to help fund the project. S he is also one of several parishioners at her church who have sewn a total of 100 Christmas stockings filled with sweets, lip balm and other goodies, to add to their holiday shipment of boxes. R epresentatives from each of the five churches gathered at Holy Apostles in Satellite Beach last week to sort through items and prepare many of the care packages for shipping. This effort is something our entire congregation has embraced," said Holy A postles and Sarah's Circle member, Karen Coleman. "I put out some generic lists of items in the spring, and the donations have just been pouring in. It's allowed us to actually adopt two units for the holidays." While the military project at St. Mark's keeps Ms. Grant busy year round, she is always more than willing to speak with other churches about the cause and help them get started. This isn't just a Christmas project; this is something we do year round," she said. "So, I'm always eager to help, regardless of the time of year. Whether it's a church, school or even a family, there are different size units, (ranging) from three members to 175, so anyone can take part." S t. Mark's plans to send its Christmas shipment by the first week of November. The average cost to fill one box is $30 at a local dollar store, including shipping, which is currently $12.95 per box, Ms. Grant said. "I wish we didn't have to do this project," she said. "I 'd be happy putting an end to it right now and giving the rest of the items to charity. But until all of our troops come home, we're going to do what we can to make their time there that much easier." I tems, as well as monetary donations, with checks marked for the military fund, can be dropped off at the front office of any of the participating churches. To find out more about adopting a military unit or to schedule a pick-up of donations, call Gloria Grant at (321) 259-6229. Dr op-off locations are: St. Mark's Methodist Church, 2030 N. Highway A1A, Indialantic. Satellite Beach United M ethodist Church, 450 Lee Av e ., Satellite Bach. Holy Apostles Episcopal Church, 505 Grant Ave., S atellite Beach. Lutheran Church of The R edeemer, 12 E. Ave. A, M elbourne. St. Paul Lutheran Church, 105 W. Hibiscus Bl v d., Melbourne.P ackagesF rom page A8 See R ANTS, A10

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Y ou have three attractive styles to choose from.Call today for a FREE,no obligation trial fitting to see if sona is right for you. 758729Save hundreds of dollars every week with coupons & discounts from our local advertisers! 758738 and bring them up as their o wn, and these children will have problems with their peers. Marriage is for a man and woman. Ye s, we have the right to love, but not to have sex with the same gender. R emember it was Adam and Eve, not Adam and S teve. My o wn brother is riddled with sickness because he chooses to do this same sex thing. This person who says we are closed-minded must not have any belief in the Bible, for even the Word of God speaks against this terrible act. M arriage is not a tradition; it is a holy union that God created from the beginning between the man and the woman, but man has perverted this act and that is why not only man, but also woman, is being punished by the diseases they put upon themselves. This person who wrote love is love is love, well, I love dogs. Does that mean I can marry a dog? People love cats. Does that mean they can marry them? I think you should examine your morals. Ye s, there are a lot of things wrong with this world, and things are getting worse. One of those wrong things are same sex marriage. Social Security and retirementOne recent message forwarded on email and quoted in Rants and Raves concerned congressional reform. It is full of erroneous "facts." I have no ties with anyone in C ongress. C ongress does not get free health care, and they have the same retirement program as a GS-3 clerk typist or any other government employee. They also have the same health insurance, which is not cheap. Also, in spite of what some people believe, they have been paying into Social Secur ity since 1983. The Social Security they r eceive on retirement is r educed a dollar for each two dollars of retirement, just like the GS-3 clerk typist. Like other government workers, they also pay 7 percent of their salary into the r etirement system on top of S ocial Security. That comes to about 13 percent. They have to have five y ears service to have tenure in the retirement system. A person can serve two terms as a representative and not be eligible for any retirement. C ongress doesn't vote itself pay raises. It is subject to the same cost of living adjustment or no adjustment as government retirees and S ocial Security recipients. This information can be checked easily by going on line and calling up "Congressional Research Service." Also, one ranter stated that federal retirees should have their retirement cut 10 percent, that they live on the "high three" hog. The average government r etiree receives less than $20,000 a year. While I am at it, I'll add that I'm tired of Congress saying that Social Security can only be saved by cutting benefits and/or raising the retirement age. There is an easy fix for S ocial Security: Raise the maximum salary subject to S ocial Security deduction from the present $106,800 to $250,000. As it is now, a person getting a $106,800 salary pays S ocial Security on 100 percent of his salary, while the person making twice that pays on only 50 percent of his salary.Response to numbers'This email is in response to the individual who wrote the article "How do they get my numbers? Are they paying for them?" Are you really kidding me? What really gets me is that not only are you getting a free cell phone, you are getting free minutes paid for with my tax dollars. In my opinion,I believe y ou have no right to get a free cell phone and free minutes. This is my tax dollars, and if anyone is going to get money for your phone number, it should be me.After all it is my tax money? Right?Siding with God and IsraelI don't really have anything to rant about, but I do want to pass on to you information that seems to be hidden from the people. M ost people are aware that many nations in the M iddle East have or are in the process of toppling their governments. And now those people are hoping for better times and even democracy. B ut if it is late on God's prophetic clock and many in the Church believe it is these nations, according to the Bible, are like H umpty Dumpty. Once they have fallen, they will not be able to be put back together again. Good luck to man in putting them back together again, if God is instrumental in taking them apart to fulfill his purpose. B ecause of human pride, we do not even consider that God himself is the "main player" in the governments of men. The point is, because of pride, we do not even consider God's part in what's happening today even in our o wn country. We need to stop and look, because the Bible is the "p ro ven book," as the United N ations deals with the Palestinian issue. If they carve out a Palestinian nation from the land that God gave to Israel, God, himself, will respond quickly. And if our country does not use it's veto power and try and stop the dividing of Is r ael's land, we will pay a big price, and soon. All throughout the Bible after God deals adversely with a nation the Bible adds this phrase, "So that they will know that I am the Lord." Read the small print about taxesO ur president has said ov er and over that there will be no new taxes if you are earning under $200,000 per y ear. We are retired military on a fixed income of considerably less than $200,000 a y ear, and our taxes on retirement have more than doubled. S omething stinks in Washington, D.C. It seems this administration restructured the tax code, so read the small print to see how it will affect your tax withholdings. "B ig Brother" is watching and figuring out how to get more of your money, however they have to do it. K eep a sharp eye on your statements, and you will see the big picture on how our president is going to fund his new jobs bill on our backs, that's how!RantsF rom page A9

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The show, which will be performed Oct. 1-2 at the Waxlax C enter in Vero Beach and at Holy Tr inity Episcopal Auditorium in M elbourne, is an unusual production for several reasons. "W e' re presenting it in a 1920sor 1930s-style radio format," Mr. C ollins said. "There will be no sets, costumes or choreography. The performance is totally focused on the music. We're enlarging the pit orchestra from 15 to 35-40. There will be a larger, lusher orchestral sound." F or the lead roles, Mr. Collins has brought in some heavy hitters. T aking the role of Marian the Librarian is Eliza Healy Dopira, a M elbourne native with a bachelor's degree in vocal performance from F lorida State University and a master's degree from the Peabody C onservatory. Ms. Dopira serves as an adjunct professor in the music departments of Florida Institute of T echnology and Brevard Community College. F or Professor Harold Hill, Mr. C ollins has brought in Stephen M umbert. The singer, a graduate of S tetson University, has a master's degree in opera from the Boston C onservatory. He is a studying for his doctoral degree at the University of Minnesota, where he performs with the university's Opera Theatre. The two leads are extremely talented," Mr. Collins said. "They have great operatic backgrounds. They're tremendous performers and fun to listen to." In addition to the leads and some featured characters, there will be a 35-piece chorus. The cast will perform the full script, with several microphones on stage to capture the voices. M usically, only some incidental music used during set changes has been left out. Mr. Collins said that the caliber of performers was high because there are only two rehearsals and two performances and no longterm time commitment. Pe r formers like the compact schedule, made possible because there are no costumes and staging to deal with. "W e' re not trying to create musical theater," Mr. Collins said. There are many great organizations that do that. I wanted to find musicals that have fine, lush orchestral scores. For next season, Id like to do Les Miserables.' It's the 25th anniversary, and they've r eleased a special concert production." This is a new endeavor for Mr. C ollins, who is always ready to try something unusual. He hopes the community will respond to the new programming. "I 'm optimistic," he said. "People are excited. It's different. You don't get the opportunity to hear it the way it's going to be heard, with professional caliber musicians. I think that's going to really be appreciated and people will love it. I think it will be fun." The Space Coast Symphony Or chestra presents "The Music Ma n" Oct.1 at 7 p.m.at the Waxlax C enter in Vero Beach and Oct.2 at 3 p .m.at Holy Trinity Episcopal A uditorium in Melbourne.Tickets are $20.For more information about the Space Cost Symphony's season,visit www.spacecoastsymphony.org. Benefit concert for Children's ChorusPe r formers will lend their talent at a benefit concert for the Brevard Children's Chorus on Friday, Sept. 30 at 7 p.m. at Suntree United Methodist Church, 7400 N. W ickham Road in Suntree. W ell-known timpanist Brian Slawson will make an appearance fresh from engagements at New York's Lincoln Center, along with the Brevard Children's Chorus and their director, Joani Slawson, and alumnus talent. University of Central Florida g raduate Lisa CossentinoMiller will sing to benefit the nonprofit group. Pe r forming on piano will be conservatory-bound Viera High School senior Sonya Belaya. Fifteen-year-old Hojoon Choi of Seoul, Korea, will amaze concert-goers with his proficiency on the cello, his instrument of 11 years. And Mario Bernardo, student of Brian Slawson, will perform on drums and guitar. Ti ckets are $10 for adults and $5 for children age 1017 Children younger than 10 years of age admitted free. Tickets may be purchased online at www.BrevardChildrensChorus.org or at the door. Call (321) 432-2770 for more information.T oss a mullet at the Mims Mullet FestivalT he Third Annual Mims Mullet Festival will take place 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Mims United Methodist Church and surrounding streets. T he event's big draw will once again be the smoked and fried mullet meals. T he Stone Family and the Swing Low swing band will headline six musical acts performing on two different stages. T he Mims Mullet Maiden P ageant will crown its third maiden. T here will be a car show, horse rides and games for kids, a craft show, bake sale and the "mullet toss." Besides the mullet meals, burgers, hotdogs, soft drinks and ice cream will be available. F or more information, call (321) 268-1850.Remembering Jennifer' concertTh e Remembering Jennifer' concert will be 2-7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1, at the Clarion Hotel, 260 E. Merritt Island Causeway, Merritt Island. Th e Remembering Jennifer' concert is about celebrating a beautiful life and raising funds for Relay F or Life' and Lee Tritt. Acoustic musical performances by artists from around the state include: Caroline Aiken Bil & Eli (Bluesgotus) Stephanie Bonck Doubled The Higher Sound Experience Sheryl Paige Janet Reedy Simone Al Scortino Cost is $10 (suggested donation) to benefit the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life, with a raffle to benefit the Lee Tritt Brain Cancer Fund ( www.helpleetritt.com ). T he friends and family of Java" Jen are coming together for the second year to celebrate the life of an extraordinary woman, and help to raise funds for worthy causes. Jennifer English Goldacker died (from her third bout with breast cancer) two weeks short of her 45th birthday, on Oct. 1. She was a longtime resident of Brevard county. Jennifer was a large Baja Tavern and Eats: The Tropical Yuppies will play from 5-9 p.m. Friday and Thursday. The Baja is at 626 Glen Cheek Drive, Port C anaveral. C all (321) 7991616. Beach Shack: S lick W illie will play 8 p.m. to midnight Friday. The Coolers will play 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday. Buck Barefoot will play 6-10 p.m. S unday. The Beach Shack is at 1 Minuteman 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: T ammy Paoletti and K en Moores will play 7-11 p .m. Friday. Katanna's is at 4263 N. Harbor City Blvd. (Highway U.S. 1), Melbourne. C all (321) 2531369. Chops Restaurant and Lounge: Da ve Hofma will play 7-10 p.m. Saturday. Chops is at 336 S. Washington Ave., Titusville. Call (321) 385-2467. City Limits Restaurant and Lounge: Sw ampfox will play 7-10 p.m. Friday and 7:30-10:30 p.m. Sunday. City Limits is at 4851 S. D airy Road, Palm Bay. C all (321) 723-2222. City Tropics Bistro: Red T ide will play 8 p.m. to midnight Sunday. City Tropics B istro is at 249 Fifth Ave., I ndialantic. C all (321) 7231300. Cocoa Beach Pier: The Tr opical Yuppies will play 6-10 p.m. Thursday. The C ocoa Beach Pier is at 401 M eade Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4050. Coconuts On The B each: Mo D uo will play 711 p.m. Friday. Dave Kury will play 2-6 p.m., and F light Risk will play 7-11 p .m. Saturday. Coconuts is at 225 Atlantic Ave., Cocoa B each. C all (321) 784-1422. Getaway Martini Bar: M ike and Mikey will play 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. The Getaway is at 7720 N. W ickham Road, Melbourne. C all (321) 2550052. Grills at the Port: H ypersona will play 7:30-11:3p .m. Friday. Grills at the Po rt is at 505 Glen Cheek STAR SCOPESJames Tucker W eek of 9-30-2011 Aries-March 21-April 19Y ou have so much courage. W hen the chips are down, you play it through to the end. Others may quit, but you hang in there. Victory will come more times than not. Yours is a great attitude and highly attractive for success. You are doing a great job. Keep it up. Life is going your way. Very little can stop you now.T aurus-April 20-May 20Y ou handle responsibility very well. You know what is expected from a leader. You g ive it. Your heart is large and your spirit is strong. Don't forget that your needs are important too. Take a break when you feel your energy sagging. T ake a walk on the beach. Stay relaxed and happy. Now you are your best again.Gemini-May 21-June 21Y our spirit is so strong that few of the things you worry about ever come to pass. Your good intentions will always be honored. Your love of family and friends is legendary. When the world gets to you, go back to your roots. You don't have to do it all, you know. Let your friends help a little. Now everyone feels needed.Cancer-June 22-July 22Aren't you glad you held firm to your beliefs when others tried to sway you with theirs? Y our power, love and belief are unmatched. Your feelings run deeper than anyone else. P eople may not always understand the methods but they are always awed by the results. Life thrives because of this glorious inner strength.L eo-July 23-Aug. 22Y ou always start your day in a happy mood with a positive attitude. Why? Because of your inner fire. You have much courage. This continues to bring blessings of love, peace, abundance and happiness. Y ou show gratitude. Your heart literally sings with gladness for all you have been g iven. Much more is on the way.Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22Y our love of life, nature and the universe is evident in the renewed health and interest in the past few months. Virgoians are very grounded. You are a great teacher for all on the virtues of simplicity. You can make a lot from very little. T hese are virtuous ideals saved for you. This keeps yourSee S CENE, B3 See SCOPES, B2New take on a classic musical Club Scene By Shelley KoppelEntertainment writer Eliza Dopira Stephen MumbertSee OUT, B2 Br evard CountyEntertainmentDining &SECTION B WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2011

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supporter of the local art and music scene largely as owner of the music venue Kool Beanz Coffeehouse in Cocoa V illage. She is survived by her husband of 15 years, "Java" John, and her 13-year-old son, Dylan. F or more information about the event, call (321) 394-6110 or (321) 305-4951.Dance party for Nana's HouseF riends of Nana's House will hold a 1950s dance, featuring Cactus Jack and the Cadillacs. T his event will be at 8 p.m. Saturday Oct. 1 in Palm Bay. T here will be door prizes, raffles, 50/50, with street rods and classic cars on display. T he event will be from 8 p.m. to midnight at St. Joseph's Catholic Church Auditorium, 5210 Babcock St. N.E., Palm Bay. Cost is $20 per person. Bring your own snacks and drinks for the evening. Proceeds benefit Nana's House, a nonprofit home for needy, abused, neglected and abandoned children. F or more information and tickets, call (321) 724-1890 or (321) 727-2810. F or additional information on supporting Nana's House and other events and sponsorship opportunities visit Nanaschildrenshome.com or call (321) 266-3829.S ymphony brings The Music Man' to life Enjoy toe-tapping fun during a musical trip to River City, Iowa, when Meredith Wilson's "The Music Man" comes to Melbourne, Sunday,Oct.2at 3 p.m. at the Scott Center for the Performing Arts at Holy T rinity Episcopal Academy in north Melbourne. T he Scott Center auditorium is located off the Pineda Causeway at 5625 Holy Trinity Drive. Maestro Aaron Collins and the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra will present an unstaged production of "The Music Man," enlarging the pit orchestra and performing it like a live radio show. Up-and-coming baritone Stephen Mumbert will star as professor Harold Hill, while soprano Eliza Dopira will take the role of Marian Paroo. A talented chorus of various local singers will round out the characters and give life to this beloved American musical, winner of five Tony A wards. Th e audience will hear such well-known songs as, Til T here Was You," "Seventy-Six T rombones" and "(Ya Got) T rouble." A dvance tickets are $20 and may be purchased at www.SpaceCoastSymphony.or g or at one of several convenient ticket outlets, including A Floral Affair in Merritt Island, Art Expressions in Eau Gallie, Blue Sky Insurance in Cocoa Village and Tropical Realty of Suntree, or by calling (321) 536-8580. T ickets at the door are an additional $5.Students 18 years of age and younger will be admitted free. And for those unable to afford the price of general admission, the new SCSO S ymphony for Everyone program will provide discounted tickets to anyone wishing to attend the symphony performance. See details at www.SpaceCoastSymphony.or g.Canaveral Barbershopper programIn honor of the 9/11 victims, T he Greater Canaveral Chapter of The Barbershop Harmony Society will present the patriotic program "United We Sing" on Sunday, Oct. 2 at 4:30 p.m. at Cocoa Beach Community Church, 126 S. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach. 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 and the 4 Notes Quartet. A potluck dinner will follow. T hose wishing to participate in the dinner are asked to bring a dish to share. Admission is free and open to the public, but donations will be accepted. F or information, call (321) 7 83-3961.Night Sounds' concert seriesT he Florida Department of Environmental Protection's Sebastian Inlet State Park will host Chris Kastle as part of the Night Sounds concert series 79 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8. T he concert will showcase recording artist Chris Kastle, a musician, storyteller and a songsmith with 12 critically acclaimed solo albums and as half of a duo. T he concert will take place at the pavilions on Coconut P oint, located on the south side of Sebastian Inlet. T he concert is free with regular park entry fees of $8 per vehicle. F riday, September 30, 2011 B2 MelbourneHometown News 667893 Buy 1 Entree & Receive 2ndEntree atHALFPRICE HALFPRICE(of equal or Lesser value) Not to be used with any other offer € Expires 10-15-11with purchase of 2 drinks678317JOUMANAS2155 Palm Bay Road,Suite 1 (1 Mile East of Babcock St.)P alm Bay321-768-0120JOUMANAS2155 Palm Bay Road,Suite 1 (1 Mile East of Babcock St.)P alm Bay321-768-0120Come Try The Extraordinary!T ired of the Ordinary?Open:Monday thru Saturday 11 am-9 pm MediterraneanJOUMANAS CUISINE P alm Bays Most Exciting New Restaurant! 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Meditate, center your thoughts and quiet your mind. Just allow yourself to be. Find that comforting oneness within and ask spirit to surround you with its loving, healing power. It will.Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21T his is a time to work on your g reater long-range goals. Stretch your limits. Expand your power. Positive energy alignment for Sagittarius has moved into place in the universe. Higher wishes are ready to be fulfilled. Increased spiritual awareness helps even more. You now have the vision to change things for the better.Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19Strive to simplify your life rather than complicating it. F ocus on today. Tomorrow will be here soon enough. Do what is needed now. Live a natural life. Sometimes less is more. Peel away illusion and cut to the bottom line. Is this good for me or not? Answer that question and every other thing will fall in place.Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18Now is a good time to fine tune your life. Set your goals, get clear on your priorities and manifest the desired results. Don't wait around. Now is the time for action. You are in the right place at the right time. T iming is good to begin new projects. Transform blocked energy into new beginnings. Go for it with gusto.Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20Set healthy, productive boundaries. Work within them to the fullest. Refuse to allow yourself to be pushed around. Now is a good time to clean up loose ends and nagging responsibilities left hanging too long. Open your imagination and vision. You know what is right. Trust this great inner vision and all will be well.ScopesF rom page B1

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Dr ive, Port Canaveral. C all (321) 868-2226. Heidi's Jazz Club: S teve K irsner and Al Goldenberg will play 5-8 p.m., and The R on Teixeira Trio will play 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Friday. Heidi's is at 7 N. Orlando Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4559. Key West Bar: R ed Tide will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday. Key West is at 2286 Highway A1A, I ndian Harbour Beach. C all (321) 773-1577. Lou's Blues: Mo Geetz will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday. Switch will play 9:30 p.m. to closing Saturday. Spanks Band will play 9 p .m. to 1 a.m. Thursday. Lou's Blues is at 3191 N. H ighway A1A, Indialantic. C all (321) 779-2299. Main Street Pub: The Ko re will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. The Hitmen will play 610 p.m. Saturday. Main St r eet Pub is at 705 E. New Ha ven Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 723-7811. Malabar Mo's: The Kore will play 4-8 p.m. Sunday. Mo 's is at 2805 Malabar R oad, Malabar. C all (321) 725-8374. Martin Andersen Senior Ce nter: S teve Kirsner and Fr iends will play 7:30-10:30 p .m. Friday. Martin Andersen's is at 1025 S. Florida Av e ., Rockledge. C all (321) 631-7549. Matt's Casbah: The Don S oledad Group will play 6:30-9:30 p.m. Friday. Matt's C asbah is at 801 E. New Ha ven, Melbourne. C all (321) 574-1099. Milliken's Reef: P anama will play 5-10 p.m. Saturday. Ma rc Dobson will play 5-9 p .m. Monday. Milliken's is at 683 Dave Nisbet Drive, Port C anaveral. C all (321) 7830100. Norman's Raw Bar & Gr ill: S lick Willie will play 711 p.m. Saturday. Norman's is at 3 Forrest Ave., Cocoa. C all (321) 433-0872. Oh Shucks: J ohn Quinliv an Band, Heartbreaker, will play 7-11 p.m. Friday and 610 p.m. Saturday. Oh Shucks is at the Cocoa Beach Pier, 401 Meade Ave., Cocoa B each. C all (321) 783-4050. Ozzie's Crabhouse: Ana and Gary Kirby will play 610 p.m. Friday. Kevin Mc C ullers will play 6-10 p .m. Saturday. Sybil Gage will play 4-8 p.m. Sunday. A tlantic Bluegrass will play 7-9 p.m. Wednesday. Ozzie's is at 4391 Dixie Highway N.E., Palm Bay. C all (321) 724-0009. Pineda Inn: Marc Dobson will play 8 p.m. to midnight Friday. The Pineda Inn is at 6355 North U.S. Highway 1 (U.S. 1 and Suntree B oulevard), Rockledge/Melbourne. C all (321) 751-5311. Pinto's Lounge: G-Whiz A coustic (live entertainment) will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and 8 p.m. to midnight Sunday. Pinto's is at 7555 S. Highway U.S. 1, T itusville. C all (321) 2697665. Riverside Bar & Grill: The Supercats will play 7-11 p .m. Friday. The James Gang will play 7-11 p.m. Saturday. F at City (classic rock) will play 4-8 p.m. Sunday. Riverside Bar & Grill is at 4720 D ixie Highway N.E., Palm Bay. C all (321) 574-0520. Sandbar Sports Grill: Lionheart will play 4-8 p.m. S unday. Jam session is 9 p .m. to closing Monday. S andbar Sports Grill is at 4301 Ocean Beach Blvd., C ocoa Beach. C all (321) 799-2577. Sebastian Beach Inn: Ke nny Williams will play at 5:30 p.m. Friday. Absolute B lue will play Sunday for the deck party. The Sebastian Beach Inn is at 7035 S. Highway A1A, M elbourne Beach. C all (321) 728-4311. Siggy's All-American Bar: S taring Blind will play at 9:30 p.m. Friday. Siggy's is at 1153 Malabar Road N.E., No 1, Palm Bay. C all (321) 952-0104. Squid Lips: S pace Fish will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. Squid Lips is at 1477 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne. C all (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. Thirsty Bones: The S panks Band will play 9:30 p .m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday. Thirsty Bones is at 221 Cr ockett Blvd., Merritt I sland. C all (321) 452-0568. Thirsty Lizard: M edusa will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday. Wicked Garden Gnomes will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Saturday. The Thirsty Lizard is at 1132 H ighway A1A, Satellite B each. C all (321) 777-7228. Wet Spot: W ednesday night is jam night with J ohnny Fever 7-11 p.m. All musicians are welcome. The W et Spot is at 3650 Dixie Hi ghway N.E., Palm Bay. C all (321) 728-3055. Wynfields Sports Bar: L una Pearl will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday. Wednesday night is jam night with the B one Dogs 8 p.m. to midnight. Wynfields is at 190 H ighway A1A, Satellite B each. C all (321) 773-8460. Editor's note :T o have your live music listed in the Club Scene,send your venue's entertainment schedule to brevnews@hometownnewsol.com www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 30, 2011 Melbourne B3 1901 Palm Bay Rd €PALM BAY(Just E. of Babcock) € M-Sat 11-10pm € Sun 11-9pm729-8338 www.ranchoviejofl.com VISIT OUR NEW BAR! Best In Brevard Brevards Best Margaritas678323 $500OFF$500OFFANY PURCHASEof $25 or more.Not to be combined with any other offer. 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FRIDAY, SEPT 30 Oceanides': a longboard surf movie about women: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30. C ocoa Beach Public Library, 550 N. Brevard Ave., Cocoa B each. A premier showing of the longboard surf film "O ceanides" will be held on Fr iday, Sept. 30 at Cocoa B each Public Library. The event is sponsored by the Cocoa Beach Surf Museum and Sunseed Co-op. R efreshments will be served. It is a way to kick off the S econd Annual Florida W omen of the Waves Weekend, which will be held Saturday, Oct. 1 through Sunday, Oct. 2. F or more information on the weekend's activities,go to the museum's website at cocoabeachsurfmuseum.org/ calendar or call Melody at (321) 537-2045.SAT URDAY, OCT. 1 Alzheimer's Association's Walk to End Alzheimer's 2011: 8 a.m. S aturday, Oct. 1. The Av enue, Viera. The Alzheimer's Association's Walk to End Alzheimer's will take place on Saturday, Oct. 1, at The Av enue in Viera. R egistration begins at 8 a.m., and the walk begins at 9 a.m. Erik Von Ancken of "CBS N ews" is the master of ceremonies for the walk, with music provided by 98.5 The B each. To start a team or make a donation for Walk to End Alzheimer's visit www.alz.org/walk F or more information,call (800) 272-3900. Fr ee basketball clinic offered: 1-3 p.m. Saturday, O ct. 1. Rodes Park Community Center, 3410 Flanagan Av e ., West Melbourne. Br evard County Parks and R ecreation, along with coach David Gartrelle and B ig City Basketball, is offering a free basketball skills clinic on Saturday, Oct. 1, at the Rodes Park Community C enter in West Melbourne. C oach Gartrelle and his staff will provide free instruction on basketball basics for children ages six through 16 who want to improve their game. Pa r ticipants will learn shooting, ball handling, r ebounding, defense and more. Pa r ents of participants will be eligible to win a scholarship for their child to attend the upcoming Big City Basketball classes that begin Oct. 22 at the community center. F or more information, visit www.coachgartrelle.com or call (321) 525-2535. The Haunted Lair and food drive: 7 p.m. Saturday, O ct. 1 through Sunday, Oct. 30. Super Flea, 4835 W. Eau Ga llie Blvd., Melbourne. The Haunted Lair returns to the Super Flea this year for more terrifying thrills and chills. O pening Oct. 1 and running through Oct. 30, The H aunted Lair is a maze of terror beyond imagination, based on famous horror movies. S uper Flea has been the host of The Haunted Lair for ro ughly five years, and each and every year it gets better and better. The Haunted Lair is asking that fans give back to the community by bringing cans/boxes of food to r eplenish food banks around the county. F or their generosity the lair will, for a minimum of five cans/boxes of food per person, will take $1 off the admission fee to The Haunted Lair. The food drive, appropriately named "Dare to Care," is looking to receive a minimum of 3,000 cans/boxes of food. All donations will be distributed to local food banks in the area. The Haunted Lair will be open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night from 7 p .m. to 11 p.m. through Oct. 30 at the Super Flea. F or more information,call (321) 242-1947 www.superfleamarket.com.SUNDAY, OCT. 2 Breast Friends Ride for the Girls': 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 2. Honda of Melbourne, 790 S. Apollo Blvd, M elbourne. Br east Friends, national nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for female cancer patients, will have a police-escorted ride Sunday. R egistration time is 9:30 a.m. with kick stands up at 11 a.m. Br east Friends is expecting 500-700 motorcycles. R adio station 98.5 FM the B each WSBH will be announcing this event. R egistration for either ri der or passenger is $15, which includes lunch and r ide. Riders' Preregistration Fo r ms are available at Bikersforbreasts@gmail.com. The ride will start and end at Honda of Melbourne, 790 S outh Apollo Blvd, Melbourne. S ponsorships are available. F or more information, visit www.breastfriends.com or call (321) 720-2416. Cr afters and vendors needed for Christmas in O ctober Bazaar': 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22 at P alm Bay Christian Church, 344 Emerson Drive N.W., P alm Bay. S paces are available for $25 if you provide your own table. A table can be provided for $10 extra. F or more information please call the church at (321) 724-0491,(321) 6764238 or check the church website at www.pbcconline.org. B asketball clinic: N oon to 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 2. V iera High School, 6103 Stadium Parkway, Viera. This is a basketball clinic for children ages 7 to 17. The start time will be 1 p .m., and registration starts at noon. The cost is $50 per player. Each registered player will r eceive an Adidas camp Tshirt and a backpack full of goodies, compliments of Chick-Fil-A, AAU, Space Co ast Sports Promotion and other companies. F riday, September 30, 2011 B4 MelbourneHometown News 678325 678324 SARAH MINORLicensed Medical AestheticianFB071587313 y ears experience in the industry.2061 PalmBay Road, Ste. 100, N.E. Palm Bay sarah@gladeyecarecenter.com3217 22-32233217 22-3223678315 WE ARE to introduce...(FACE) (FACE) BOGO 1/2 OFFFACIALBuy One Facial, Get One 1/2PriceBotox $10 Unit Limited Time Offer 725-3990251 Florida Ave. € Melbourne www.MelbourneTerraceRehab.com678319Inpatient & Outpatient Rehabilitation Services MAXIMIZE PHYSICAL WELLNESS € PROMOTE INDEPEN DENCE & HEALING € ENHANCE PERSONAL DIGNITY 678346 Scott L. Olson, President Atlantic Financial Advisors, LLC R egistered Investment Advisor 3682 N. Wickham Rd., Melbourne phone (321) 751-5599 € (800) 779-4744 Scott L. 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Hello, smart shoppers. This week I will cover what to do with leftover turkey and the turkey frame and then we ll add some additions to the holiday dinner. If y ou have a lot of turkey left over do as I do place some stuffing in a small zipper freezer bag. Do the same with the gravy. Place sliced turkey in a large bag; insert the other bags and freeze. In no time you'll have dinner in a flash. Then next week, my versions of two other great quick dinners. When it comes to turkey soup there's none to compare with my Mom's I talian style. It's a kid's favorite and, according to my grandson, Addison, has magical healing powers. He's 22 now, but from the time when he was a little tyke an upset stomach, a cold, a headache, a scraped knee, even a burned finger would surely get better if only I would make him some "tourkey soup." Enjoy, see you next w eek!TU TU R R KE KE Y S Y S O O U U P, P, IT IT ALIAN ST ALIAN ST YLE YLEWhen I make soup, I always use a pressure cooker. Turkey soup will take about 1/2 hour to make in a pressure cooker and two hours in a pot. 1 turkey frame 1 large onion, 3-inches in diameter, peeled, sliced 3 large stalks celery with leaves, cut up 1 teaspoon salt 1/2-teaspoon black pepper 2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley or 1 tablespoon dried parsley H alf of an 8-ounce can tomato sauce (adds nice color, very little flavor) 6-quart stock pot or pressure cooker W ash turkey frame, r emove all traces of skin and stuffing. If the turkey frame is very large, you might have to do this in two batches. Never worry that you have too much. It freezes great. P lace all ingredients in the pot and fill two-thirds with water. Cook two hours in pot or as instructed with pressure cooker. P our soup into large colander that has been placed over a large container. When cool enough to handle, remove meat from bones and add to soup. T oo much meat? Freeze it for a casserole. Mash vegetables with fork or hands and add to soup. R eturn soup to pot and bring to a boil. Make baby meat balls, about 3/4-inch in diameter, and drop (raw) into boiling broth. C ook about 10 minutes. Chill soup. When ready to serve, remove all fat that has congealed on top of soup. Bring soup to a boil, add medium size noodles that have been cooked halfway and cook until tender. Serve with a sprinkling of grated Italian cheese. NOTE: My family always used Mueller's Kuluski noodles for this soup. Although not easy to find, they're sure worth the search. I have recently found that linguini pasta, broken up works great. When cooked, they resemble the noodles in canned chicken noodle soup.B B AB AB Y M Y M EA EA T T B B ALLS/C ALLS/C O O C C KT KT AI AI L L M M EA EA T B T B ALLS ALLSBa by meat balls are wonderful in soups. Make them a little larger and cook them in spaghetti sauce for delicious cocktail meat balls. 1 pound "fat-free" fresh ground beef or brand name ground turkey* 1/2-teaspoon garlic powder 2 eggs or egg whites or equivalent egg substitute 1/2-cup bread crumbs 1/2-teaspoon salt 1/4-teaspoon pepper 1 tablespoon parsley flakes H andful grated Romano cheese M ix all ingredients together with your hands, shape and add to boiling broth or simmering spaghetti sauce. *Beware of store ground turkey it can contain quite a lot of fat. C C R R AN AN B B E E R R RY RY S S U U R R P P R R I I S S E R E R E E LI LI S S H H ser ser ves 6 to 8 ves 6 to 8Tr y this wonderful relish in place of ordinary Italian-style turkey soup and delicious additions ROMANCING THE STOVEwith the Grammy Guru ARLENE BORG A host of camp directors will be attending, including former NBA players, NBA coaches, NBA scouts, curr ent college and high school coaches, along with former college players and college athletes. F or more information,call (321) 446-2556. Strike for Hope' bowling fundraiser: 3-5 p.m. Sunday, O ct. 2. Shore Lanes, 4851 D airy Road, M elbourne/Palm Bay. Whether new at bowling or an expert at the alley, bowlers young and old won't want to miss the third annual "Strike for Hope" bowling fundraiser 3-5 p.m. Sunday, O ct. 2, at Shore Lanes. The event provides an opportunity for families and friends to enjoy an afternoon of bowling while helping the Brevard Neighborhood Development C oalition, a United Way agency that revitalizes impoverished communities. To r eserve a spot or for more information,call (321) 253-4214 or visit www.BNDCserve.org.MONDAY, OCT. 3 E ssentials hosts Fifth Annual Cancer Survivor Day: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, Oct. 3. Essentials Spa, S alon & Rejuvenation Center, 1705 Berglund Lane, V iera. Essentials Spa, Salon & R ejuvenation Center has announced the Fifth Annual C ancer Survivor Day. This year's benefit will be hosted on Monday at the V iera location. Essentials will open exclusively for those who are curr ently undergoing treatment and for those who have r ecently undergone treatment from October 2010-11. The Essentials team would like to invite local cancer survivors to a full day of complimentary pampering. Su r vivors are welcome to book two complimentary services from a menu including: massages, facials, makeup application, manicures, pedicures, shampoo and styling or wig styling. In order to receive complimentary services, call (321) 722-2860 to book an appointment, as space is limited. Su r vivors must submit a doctor's note of approval prior to Oct. 3 to receive their services. C omplimentary food, beverages, gifts and door prizes will be available through out the day. F or more information,call (321) 722-2860 or e-mai l cmennen@essentialsspa.com. Ev ents at Lipscomb Park in Melbourne: 6-7 p.m. Mondays: Open co-ed volleyball. Cost will be $8 residents and $10 non-residents for a four w eek session. 6-7 p.m. Tuesdays: O utdoor bowling, ages 8 to 15. Cost is $8 for r esidents and $10 for non -residents for four weeks. 8:30-10:30 a.m. T uesdays and Thursdays: P ee Wee Playtime, ages 1 through 5. Cost is $2 per visit. 6-10 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8: Fall youth dance. Dance will be for youth in grades third through sixth. Cost will be $3 per person. R efreshments will be available. The Lipscomb Street C ommunity Center is at 3316 S. Monroe St., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 674-5725. Z umba classes offered at POW/MIA Park: 6-7 p.m. M ondays. POW/MIA Park, 5995 North U.S. Highway 1, M elbourne. Br evard County Parks and R ecreation offers Zumba fitness classes in the community building at POW/MIA Pa rk on Monday evenings 67 p.m. Z umba Fitness is the Latin-inspired dance-fitness program that blends red-hot international music and dance steps. The fee is $5 per class, and no reservations are r equired. The instructor, Victoria R eddell, is a licensed Zumba F itness Instructor. She holds CPR and pediatric first aid certification and is licensed to teach Zumba toning and childrens' ZumbAtomic classes in addition to Basic Z umba fitness. F or more information,email the instructor at V ictor ia@321fitnessparty.com or visit www.321fitnessparty.com. Classic spooky tales at the library: 7 p.m. Monday, O ct 3. Eau Gallie Public Library, 1521 Pineapple Av e ., Melbourne. The Brevard Theatrical Ensemble's master tellers will present "Classic Spooky T ales" at the Eau Gallie Library Monday. The event is free to the adult public. F or more information, visit www.brevardensemble.com, e-mail ladygailbte@earthlink.net or call (321) 676-0697.TU ESDAY, OCT. 4 Art of Sand' volunteers needed: The second annual Art of S and Festival is scheduled for Oct. 14-23, at Space Co ast Stadium in Viera. 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F riday, September 30, 2011 B6 MelbourneHometown News 676780Answers located in Classified Section 321-242-1013678131 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Florida V olunteers Needed Jennifer K.Ride @ (407) 478-2996 Jennifer@BBBSCFL.orgCommunity Corkboard is provided as a public service byand is available to any not-for-profit corporation requesting items of need from our community.Requests will run in Community CorkboardŽon an As AvailableŽbasis.Call Sylvia to request the available space. Literacy Alliance of Brevard V olunteers needed throughout Brevard County to tutors adults. Also need volunteers to assist with inventory,fundraising and public speaking.For info, contact at 321-267-0099, brevardliteracy@bellsouth.net or www.brevardliteracy.org W omens Center V olunteer Needed for V olunteer Coordinating Pr ev ious volunteer experience preferred. 8 … 10 hours per week. 242-3110,Ext 331 T he Central Brevard S haring Center V olunteers are needed for several positions. F or Info Call: (321) 631-0306 or e-mail dbrubaker@ sharingcenter.org www.sharingcenter.org SHINE Se r ving Health Insurance N eeds for Elders V olunteers needed to counsel seniors on their health insurance.Call 752-8080 for more info. Crosswind Y outh Services V olunteer Opportunities! T utoring,mentoring, arts/crafts instructor, S pecial projects,admin., & clerical and Safe Place. Call 452-0800 S enior TranServe S eeking volunteers,using their personal vehicles,to transport homebound seniors to appointments, grocery shopping,etc. Call 321-639-4868 Ext 282for more information Lions Club of Satellite Beach "We Serve" S eeking New Members F or More Information Contact: Joe Hauser at 321-452-0376 Become a Red Cross Y outh V olunteerAmerican Red CrossCall 890-1002 for info S outh Brevard S haring Center Pl ease extend your blessings by donating your gently used furniture to bless others. Call (321) 727-8581 Council of Brevard Meals on Wheels V olunteer drivers needed throughout Brevard County.Deliver Meals, S miles,& Encouragement to homebound seniors. Call (321) 639-8770 Central Brevard Humane SocietyItems Needed: P aper Towels,White Copy Paper & Dr y & Wet Cat FoodF or info,contact (321) 636-3343 or www.crittersavers.com. 677196 Digital Home Advantage plan requires 24-month agreement and credit qualification. Cancellation fee of $17.50/month remaining applies if service is terminated before end of agreement.Programming credits apply during the first 12 months.Upfront and monthly fees may apply.Prices, packages and programming subject to change without notice.Additional restrictions may apply.Offer available for new and qualified fo r mer customers and ends 1/31/12.Satellite Steve(321) 636-3474Call God in 9/11 then, now, alwaysT en years ago this month, hate and violence r esulted in horrific acts by a group of terrorist elites, who felt slighted somehow by the United States. They attacked our country and our people, killing thousands and damaging not just buildings and lives but our very sense of safety. On Sept. 11, 2001 they r ipped a hole in the fabric of our being. It was an awful, terrible, ungodly and very sinful thing to do. On the streets and in the town squares and living r ooms of America and throughout the world, there was an amazing coming together in the immediate aftermath. There was a great and wonderful outpouring of love and concern for the victims; people helping people touched us in amazing ways. Love was in the air. Heavenly power's way of doing things took over the hearts of us everyday Joes and Ja nes, and we were moved to tears by the power of it. C ompassion reigned. P eople ask, where God was on Sept. 11, 2001? The answer is God was there calling us to our better way of helping and caring and coming together, and God was there in all the love that resulted from our heeding that call. We dropped whatever may have bugged us about each other and came together. We forgave past differences and we loved our neighbors as our selves. In the wake of a dark disaster was this great light. O ut of the tragedy came beautiful love and stunning sacrifices people made and gave for strangers. We can still sense God's presence ripple in time from the pure compassion and caring shown. We can also sense God's presence in the sense of horror that still ripples in time. It 's the voice of God telling humans to stop senseless violence, most especially violence fraudulently claimed to be on God's behalf. And if we listen carefully, God's voice is also calling us to something we may not want to hear. It 's God's voice that Christians hear through J esus if they listen. It's a voice telling us to forgive. J esus was very clear on the matter: Christians are to forgive. Jesus tells us this in all the Gospels. And he practiced it himself. One of the last things he does on the cross is pray RELI G IONSCOTT ELLIOTT See R ELIGION, B7 cranberry sauce. 1 4-serving package cranberry or orangepineapple gelatin 3/4-cup boiling water 1 large stalk celery, chopped 1 orange, peeled and chopped One 16-ounce can cranberry sauce, jellied or whole berry 1/2-cup chopped walnuts D issolve gelatin in boiling water, add remaining ingredients, place in mold and chill. Un-mold several hours before serving by dipping mold in hot water for a few seconds and inverting onto a plate. Chill until firm. Cut in wedges and serve.R R O O A A STE STE D D M M I I XE XE D N D N UTS UTSAll nuts taste better r oasted, except for the butternut, (large, angular, hard to crack, dark brown nuts). P lace nuts on acookie sheet, being sure not to crowd them, and roast in the center of a 350-degree preheated oven for 12 to 15 minutes, shaking pan midway through. Test a nut when cool, and if it's not crunchy and wonderful, place them back in the oven and roast a little longer. To order my cookbook, access past columns or check out great tips go to my website, www.romancingthestove.net.GrammyF rom page B5 Last weekend for The Graduate'The Titusville Playhouse presents "The Graduate" on the main stage. Pr esented by special arrangement with Samuel Fr ench Inc., New York City, and directed by Nancy Speno, the show dates for "The Graduate" are: Friday and S aturday, Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 at 8 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 D iscover. 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.Photography exhibit with 10 local photographers Br evard Community Co llege Planetarium Gallery and Brevard Cultural Alliance present a black-and-white photography exhibit on the Br evard Community College C ocoa Campus. The photographers participating in this exhibit include: J ohn Andreozzi, Fred B enavidez, Terri Wells, R ebecca Chupka, Stan Cr andell, Patricia Corapi, K evin Curl, Dawn Currie, Anthony Guidone and Tony St r ong. This exhibit represents va r ious styles and themes of black and white photography. I nnovation and technology has changed the way we view and obtain photographic images. The typical use of film and dark room developing is all but extinct. 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. Fo r more information,call (321) 690-6817 or visit www.artsbrevard.org. Brevard Cultural Alliance's exhibit program Br evard Cultural Alliance has reached a milestone. The BCA Art in Public Places Pr ogram now displays more than 500 works of art in r otating exhibits throughout Br evard County. The artwork, created and exhibited by more than 200 individual area artists and gallery members, is displayed in a variety of venues and r otated every four months. The program provides artists a showcase for their talent. V enues now include: M elbourne International Airport; Space Coast Cancer C enters located in Merritt I sland, Titusville and Viera; H olmes Regional Medical C enter; Lexus of Melbourne; GrayRobinson Attorneys at Law; Community Credit U nion; BCC Planetarium; Br evard Workforce; Dixie Cr ossroads Restaurant; and many government buildings. V isit the BCA cultural event calendar at www.artsbreva r d.org/events/events_list.ht ml> online for a list of current exhibits. B usinesses and organizations interested in participating in the Art in Public Places Exhibit Program can contact Ly nne Brezina at Brevard C ultural Alliance,(321) 6906817 or e-mail lynne.brezina@artsbrevard.org.Opening reception: How Deep is your Color' exhibition The Fifth Avenue Art Gallery has announced the opening of the exhibit,"How Deep is y our Color." V isit with the artists as you peruse the artwork and enjoy light refreshments at the First Fr iday Art Walk, 5:30-8 p.m. Fr iday, Oct. 7. The reception is free and open to the public. The exhibit runs Oct. 1-31. Fi fth Avenue Art Gallery is at 1470 Highland Ave., Melbourne. Fo r more information,all (321) 259-8261 or visit www.fifthavenueartgallery.co m. Dirty Dozen Fiber Art exhibitThe Dirty Dozen Fiber Artists will transform the B outique 4 Quilters classr oom into an exhibit of more than 50 original fiber art pieces, made with a variety of materials and techniques. In addition, two group projects will be featured. R eception will be 1-3 p.m. O ct. 8. B outique 4 Quilters is located at 2945 W. New Haven Av e ., West Melbourne.Art Gallery of Viera presents Halloweird!' "H alloweird?" You read it r ight. It's a celebration of being "outside the box," of all things creative and weird, just in time for Halloween. Arts notes Subscribe T oday!www.hometownnewsol.com KNOWLEDGEISA TERRIBLETHING TO W ASTE...

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V isit the Art of Sand website at www.ArtofSand.org to complete an application. The Brevard Cultural Alliance is hosting a volunteer kick-off and orientation on Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 5:30 p .m. at Space Coast Stadium, 5800 Stadium Parkway, V iera. This volunteer event will include a tour of the stadium, a behind the scenes look at the sculptures in progress and learning more about volunteer opportunities. The 2011 Art of Sand Festival will feature many of the world's best master sculptors creating breath-taking, one-of-a-kind 3D sand sculptures each its own work of art standing up to 18 feet tall and weighing up to 10 tons of sand. This year's international lineup includes artists from S ingapore, Italy, Russia, C anada, Ireland, United S tates and The Netherlands. F or more information,email K athy.Engerran@artsbrevard.org, Josh@scbmarketing.com or call (321) 690-6817 or (321) 622-5986.WEDN ESDAY, OCT. 5 Li l' S ports classes offered in West Melbourne: 4-5 p.m. Wednesdays. Rodes Pa rk C ommunity Center, M ax K. Rodes Park, 3410 F lanagan Ave., West Melbourne. Br evard County Parks and R ecreation is offering a Lil' S ports program on Wednesdays from 4 to 5 p.m. at the R odes Park Community C enter in West Melbourne. The center is located inside the new Max K. Rodes Park on Flanagan Avenue. Lil' Sports is a program specifically designed for children ages 3-5 years old and is structured to teach the basics of a variety of different sports in a safe, encouraging environment. The cost is $30 per month. F or more information,call (321) 987-0647 or visit www.LilSports.net. W hat's New at the Breva rd Z oo?': 7-9 p.m. W ednesday, Oct. 5. Clubhouse, Isles of Baytree, 456 Afew weeks ago, I told y ou all about some of the newest drivers on the market. If you're hitting y our driver well, the next clubs you need in your bag are great wedges. After all, what good is hitting the ball far if you cannot hit it close with your next shot? N ext to your putter, your w edges are the most-used clubs in your golf bag. You use them for shots from the fairway, pitches and chips around the greens and to get out of green-side bunkers or other trouble y ou may find. H aving a wedge that has the right feel and puts the r ight amount of spin on the ball, which allows you to control those delicate shots, is a must for any golfer. And now that the USGA has banned manufacturers from making we dges or irons with square or box grooves, we are seeing a lot of different ideas on how to get the ball to still spin and keep you in control. N early every manufacturer has taken to milling the faces of their wedges to give golfers the flattest and most consistent surface possible. They are also using those milling marks to add more spin to shots. N ike's ( www.nike.com ) newest wedge is the VR Pro Fo r ged. It features the company's X3X technology. N ike has added more grooves, made them deeper and put them closer together on the face. In addition to the new grooves, a precision laser crosshatch pattern is applied to the face between the grooves. This unique pattern adds three times the surface texture of conventional faces. The re sult is a wedge that spins the ball from any lie, in any condition. Fo r ged from S20C steel, the VR Pro wedges also provide excellent feel for shots around the green. There are 10 different lofts available, allowing golfers to find the right wedges to fill their set and game. I found the pair I tested to produce great spin and control. I even spun back a few shots from the fairway! My friends at Tour Edge Ex otics ( www.exoticsgolf.com ) came up with the Xtreme S pin wedge line to comply with the new USGA rules. Ex otics' milled wedges feature a 1025-milled carbon steel face that is a mere 1.5mm thick and backed by a hollow core that is filled with a thermal plastic elastomer. Coupled with milled grooves and micro-edging on the face, Ex otics has created a wedge that spins the ball equally w ell on full and partial shots. N ot stopping there, designers added to the uniqueness of these w edges by placing a r emovable weight screw, allowing golfers to adjust the swing weight of the club by changing the screw and dialing in the precise feel and performance they desire. The Xtreme wedge line comes in six lofts from 50 to 60 degrees. In my testing I really liked being able to adjust the swing weight. I prefer a heavier wedge and was able to bump these up a bit. The insert also provided for a soft feel on touch shots. All wedges come with what is called "bounce." This is the angle between the leading edge and the bottom of the sole. A wedge with high bounce prevents digging and works well from fluffy lies and sand. Low bounce insures performance from tight lies, such as you find in the fairway or closely mowed areas around the greens. The V-Sole wedge line from Eidolon Golf ( www.eidolongolf.com ) is designed to give you the best of both. Depending on how you address the ball with the club, you bring one portion of the sole into play. Another great feature is that Eidolon's wedge line features lofts from 47 to 61 degrees. Each wedge is cast from soft 8620 carbon steel and then CNC-milled for ultimate feel and precision. I can attest that the V-Sole works well. These wedges we re very easy to hit from any lie. The Niblick from Cleveland Golf ( www.Clevelandgolf.com ) is a truly unique club. The company calls it a "S hort Iron Hybrid," a combination of a wedge sole, putter length, iron shape and hybrid stability. W ith this club players are able to hit four different types of shots including chips, pitches, approaches and recoveries. The Niblick comes in three lofts: 42, 49 and 56 degrees. I found it performed very w ell on tight lies around the greens and from off pine needles. It allows you to hit many shots with just one club. If y ou want to lower your score, you need to hit the ball close to the hole. T oday's technology will help you do just that. J ames Stammer has been an avid golfer and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years.He hosts the Thursday N ight Golf Show on WSTU 1450-AM.Contact him at stammergolf@yahoo.com. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 30, 2011 Melbourne B7 678322 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. Must present coupon. 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As the Father has sent me, so I send you." When he had said this, he breathed on them and said to them, "Receive the Holy S pirit. If you forgive the sins of any, they are forgiven them; if you retain the sins of any, they are retained." We may not want to forgive, but it is where Jesus calls us, even in 9/11. It is a call to forgive, not to forget, but to forgive. And if Jesus is right, until we forgive, those sins will not go away. The Rev.Scott Elliott is pastor at Riviera United Church of Christ in Palm Ba y. V isit Riviera UCC's website at r ivieraucc.org. ReligionF rom page B6 Finally found drivers you love? Now look for great wedges GOLFJAMES STAMMER CalendarF rom page B5 See CALENDAR, B8

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F riday, September 30, 2011 B8 MelbourneHometown NewsG len Abbey Way, Melbourne. M elbourne Alumnae Panhellenic will hold its next meeting at the clubhouse at the Isles of Baytree in Melbourne. The meeting runs 7-9 p .m., with a 7-7:30 p.m. social time, 7:30-8 p.m. speaker Neil Abramson, on What's New at the Brevard Z oo?" and an 8-9 p.m. business meeting. All National Panhellenic C onference sorority members are invited. F or any questions or information,please call (321) 242-5954 or visit www.melbournepanhellenic.org.THUR SDA Y, OCT. 6 No-cost blood pressure/blood sugar screenings: The Visiting Nurse Association is offering the following no-cost blood pressure/sugar screenings in O ctober: 9-11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 6: David R. Schechter C ommunity Center, 1089 S outh Patrick Drive, S atellite Beach 8:30-10 a.m. Thursday, O ct. 13. Ascension Manor, 2960 Pineapple Ave., M elbourne 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 20 (blood pressure only). Daily Br ead, 815 East Ave, M elbourne 10 a.m. to noon. Friday, O ct. 28. Crane Creek H alloween Health Fair, 2309 S. Babcock St., M elbourne 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. S aturday, Oct. 29. Martin Anderson Senior Center H ealth Fair, 1025 Florida Av e. S., Rockledge F or more information about VNA services,call (772) 567-5551 or visit www.vnatc.com. Pu mpkin Patch at Church of Viera: 10 a.m. to 8 p .m. Thursday, Oct. 6. Church of Viera, The Church at Viera is holding its 11th annual P umpkin Patch in October. The delivery truck will arrive on Wednesday, and the start date for selling will be Thursday, Oct. 6. There will be pumpkins, gourds, Indian corn and hay bales through Oct 31. The patch will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. The proceeds from this fundraiser will go toward scholarships for youth camp and youth foreign mission trips. F or more information, contact Karyn Honaker at (321) 482-1780. Ve ndors sought for craft fair and Kid's Spooktacular: Br evard County Parks and R ecreation is now accepting applications for craft vendors for the Craft Fair and K ids Spooktacular on Saturday, Oct. 29 from 9 a.m. 2 p .m. at the Viera Regional C ommunity Center. Cr afters may obtain applications at the Viera Regional C ommunity Center, 2300 Fr an Jamieson Way in Viera. V endor spaces are $31.80, and include a 5-foot table. All spaces are indoors. All activities are conducted and supervised by Breva rd C ounty Parks and Re creation staff at the Viera R egional Community Center. P lease call (321)433-4891 for further information.UPCOMING EVE NTS N ana's House Fourth Annual 5k Run/Walk-AThon and Family Fun Day: 7:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 8. front Street Park, Melbourne C auseway, Melbourne. Wr en Insurance Agency and Romanov Consulting present Nana's House F ourth Annual 5k R un/Walk-A-Thon and F amily Fun Day to support neglected, abused, needy, or abandoned children in the community. "R ace for a Safe Place" will be held Saturday, Oct. 8, at M elbourne Causeway, Front St r eet Park, and will be timed by Space Coast Event M anagement. Early registration for adults is $25, children $15 and includes: T-shirt, live music, Zumba warm-up, kids games, massages, water, Gatorade and fresh fruit. Pr ize baskets for the most pledges and walkers will include certificates to: Residence Inn by Marriott, Comfort Inn, jet ski rentals, bowling packages, Charlie and J ake's, Chili's, Fired Up Pizza, Cinemaworld, etc. Check-in begins 7:30 a.m., r ace starts 8:30 a.m. V isit nanaschildrenshome.com to download r egistration forms,sponsorship opportunities and additional information.CalendarF rom page B7 Call Classified for all of your advertising Needs! 321-242-0442SPECIAL RATES TO SELL YOUR CAR! HOMETOWN NEWS! 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Also buying iPhones & iPads.Shipping Paid 1-800-267-9895 orwww.SellDiabeticstrips.comDLC CONCRETE45 years exp, Patios, driveways, walkways, porches.Specializing in additions.321-953-3026 or Cell 321-749-1963 HANSEN HOME Repair Svcs .P aint, Carpentry, Screen Repair, Pressure w ash, Carpentry Srs/ V ets 10% off. Lic/Ins. 321-506-8200 BOBS MOBILE LAWNMOWER REPAIR A Shop On Wheels! Have it fixed right the first time with out leaving your house.321-255-9429 582711 R efacing R efinishing R epairing Custom DoorsCABINETTRANSFORMATIONSLet Us Face It!ŽLLC(321) 253-8195*PLUMBING *REPIPES* REMODELING Lic & ins.Free est.CFC048487.321-768-2231 D&D Motorcycle, Scooter & Generator Repairs All makes.$15/ hour. Cheap Oil Changes! 7717 Ellis Rd.W.Melbourne 321-557-6719 W ANTED: Old Japanese Motorcycles Kawasaki Z1-900(KZ900) 1972-1976,KZ1000 (1976-1980),KZ1000R (1982,1983),Z1R, S1-250 S2-350,S3-400, H1-500, H2-750, Honda CB750 (1969-1975) Suzuki GS400, GT380, CASH P AID, FREE NATIONWIDE PICKUP. 1-800-772-1142, 1-310-721-0726; usa@classicrunners.comBENNYS CUSTOM STUCCO & PAINTINGSpecializing in older homes.Painting, Simulated Brick, Stone and P atchwork.Pressure W ashing.321-557-3383 LOVING ADOPTIONS Give Your Baby the Best in Life! Loving,Financially Secure Families Waiting to Adopt. Our Former Birth Mothers on Staff! Living & Medical Expenses Paid Jodi Rustein,an Attorney & Social Worker T ruly Cares about You! 1-800-852-0041 #133050 Hurricane season is here! 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WIN$100000UP TO WEVE GOT EM COME GET EM!BUMPER STICKERS NOW AVAILABLE SEE PAGE 6 FOR MORE DETAILSCALL242-1013TO GET YOURS IMy On Sunday, Sept. 11 of this year, the nation took the time to remember those who had fallen in the 9/11 attacks. At the American Police Hall of Fame and Museum in Titusville, their every day is to honor those who have fallen all over the country. The APHF, 6350 Horizon Drive in T itusville, is the nations first national police museum and memorial dedicated to American law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. I t is a profound message sender that we have not forgotten and shall not forget the ultimate price that people have paid for the freedom that we have, said Officer John Pasco, vice president of the Police Hall of Fame. The interactive displays and simulators and artifacts from all over the country helps to educate the public about the history of law enforcement and the current impact that law enforcement has on the nation. To immortalize those who have fallen, more than 8,000 names have been etched into the memorials marble walls, which are added each year on May 15, Police M emorial Day. To Officer Pasco, it is because of these individuals that we are a free country. S ome people like to say land of the free and home of the brave, Officer Pasco said. But I like to think of it as land of the free because of the brave. A ccording to the APHF website, every 57 hours a police officer is killed in the line of duty in America. The museum has several exhibits, including a crime lab, the wild w est, an auto alley, a kids discovery z one and a K9 exhibit. A ttached to the museum is anAmerican Police Hall of Fame honors fallen heroes MELBOURNE Spend any time surfing the Web and you are bound to find stories that are just too bizarre to be true. Heres a sampling, edited for length. And r emember, just because its online doesnt mean its true! Fr om wpxi.com: W ouldbe robber IDd by bright blue eyes P olice in a Pittsburgh suburb say a mans bright blue eyes helped a convenience store clerk identify him as a would-be robber. N ineteen-year-old Conor M cClelland, of Bellevue, was charged after walking into a Marathon Quik Serve gas station and demanding cash. The clerk told police DRIV ERS AND WEDGESAfter drivers, the next clubs you need are wedges. P ageB7 INSIDE ENTERTAINMENTB1 INDEXMUSI C MANCalendarB4 ClassifiedB8 Club SceneB1 Crossword B6 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Star Scopes B1 V iewpoint A6 ROMANCING THE STOVE B5T his week: W hat to do with leftover turkey and the turkey frame.V ol. 8, No. 10 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Sept. 30, 2011 Expires 10/7/11 See WEIRD, A3 H OW WEIRD IS THAT?!SE AN MCCARTHY By Brittany LlorenteF or Hometown News See H EROES, A8 Groovy outlook Andy Stefanek/staff photographerBrenna Jarosz, 5, of Melbourne checks out her groovy new glasses in the mirror at Hippiefest 2011 at the King Center for the Performing Arts. Hippiefest is a musical flashback celebrating the bands that defined musics most influential decade: the s.Brevard schools meeting economic challenge, superintendent saysVIERA Dr. Brian T. B inggeli, superintendent of Brevard Public Schools, said he felt like Ebenezeer Scrooge when he ordered all thermostats turned down when students were out of school during winter break, but employees were at work. A t least Bob Cratchit got one piece of coal, Dr. B inggeli said. We shut the power off completely. B ut employees didnt complain, he recalled. They knew the belt-tightening challenges all schools face. Like everyone else, Breva rd P ublic Schools is battling the economic recession, Dr. Binggeli told a meeting of the Melbourne R egional Chamber of East C entral Florida. Dr Binggeli spoke at the chambers September E ducation Breakfast at the H oliday Inn MelbourneV iera Conference Center H otel. The districts belt-tightening is no small challenge, Dr. Binggeli said. The district trimmed $18 million in order to meet its current budget. That wasnt a bunch of v acant positions and stagnant programs, those were r eal programs and real people, Dr. Binggeli said. Dr Binggeli said the district has done a good job of facing its economic challenges. He said one milestone was meeting the stateimposed class-size mandates, which he said were an enormous logistical challenge. W e actually have $400,000 in our budget thisT urning down the heat in offices means a balanced budgetBy Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.comSee MEETING, A4 Students grow messages of hopeP eace was the premise last week at St. Josephs C atholic School in Palm Bay. After gathering in the shape of an oversized peace sign, the entire student body met on the front lawn of the school Sept. 21 to plant 210 handmade pinwheels. The morning event was in celebration of International Day of Peace, a tradition established in 1981 by the Un ited Nations that was designed to mark the worlds personal and planetary progress toward peace. Now in its sixth year, Pinwheels for Peace is one way of honoring this special day. This project is the perfect blending of installation art and the idea that art has meaning, said Delia Lancaster, art teacher at St. J osephs, who first heard of the project during an art conference. Art is beyond just an individual it should be shared with the world. This concept really teaches kids that art can and should be a movement. This is the second year St. Staff photo by Tammy RobertsSt. Joseph Catholic School pre-kindergarteners Bella Catalano, Angel Noble and Devin Withrow plant their Pinwheels for Peace in the front lawn of the Palm Bay school. The entire student body planted their own pinwheels in honor of the International Day of Peace.St.Joseph School plants Pinwheels for Peace By T ammy Roberts Senior staff writertroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee HOPE, A4 Meals on Wheels faces an everyday challenge V olunteers who deliver a daily hot meal to shut-ins are more welcomed than the typical delivery person. They get hugs, big smiles and lots of words of thanks. B ut Brevard Countys M eals on Wheels program faces a major challenge: H igh gas prices. In Br evard County, Meals on Wheels is meeting the challenge of providing a daily hot lunch for more than 1,000 recipients but the challenge is continuous, said Linda Wells, senior nutrition program director for Meals on Wheels. The mobile food program is coping with ever-increasing gas prices, along with the void created by volunteers who are returning to the workforce to meet their own economic challenges. M eals on Wheels delivers a hot meal to more than 1,000 people in Brevard C ounty each day, relying on a force of about 650 volunteers, who donate time and drive their own vehicles. Of those 650 volunteers, M eals on Wheels depends on about 495 drivers weekly to deliver the meals, Ms. W ells said. O ur volunteers go from Mi ms to Micco, Ms. Wells said. Ms. Wells said the majority of Meals on Wheels clients are elderly shut-ins. She said the delivery of a meal doesn t just meet their nutritional needs, it also enables volunteers to check on the health and safety of clients who are typically alone. The task is getting more challenging because of the economy, Ms. Wells said. The economy is affecting our volunteer corps because we have quite a few volunteers that are retirees, and some of them are having to r eturn to at least part-time work to supplement their incomes, Ms. Wells said. And some folks are delaying their retirement and are r emaining in the workforce, and they would have been potential volunteers, she said. Ms. Wells said she dreads the possibility that the Meals on Wheels program, which is part of the Community Ser vices Council, might have to resort to putting needy clients on a waiting list if it falls short of volunteers. W e re not at that stage y et, and its something we have really tried to avoid, she said. 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of volunteers that we are beginning to experience, it may lead to us having to activ ate a waiting list. B ut were not at that stage y et. The economy has led some Meals on Wheels chapters to deliver a weeks worth of frozen meals in one stop but that is not the case in Br evard County, Ms. Wells said. W e deliver hot meals that are prepared in our community kitchen in Cocoa, Ms. W ells said. Our concern with delivering frozen dinners is that some of our r ecipients are unable to manage the task of preparing the frozen meal, and it is not safe for them. A major benefit of making a daily visit is checking on the shut-ins welfare. W e want to hold on to the true intent of Meals on Wheels, which is to have a daily visit with our clients, Ms. Wells said. Many of our clients live alone, so our volunteers are the only persons theyll see during the course of the day. P at Welch, who volunteers to deliver meals, says the price of gas may be high, but it is worth it for her to help the less fortunate. The price of gas is part of our contribution, Ms. Welch said as she loaded some hot meals in her car at Peace L utheran Church, where volunteers gather. Ms. Welch said she sees people on her route who might go without a meal if M eals on Wheels did not deliver. A lot of people are waiting at the door for their food, Ms. Welch said. C andy DiBerardino, another volunteer, said some clients are pacing up and down before we get there. A lot of them are alone and they are so appreciative when we get there, Ms. DiBerardino said. A lot of them just want to chat with us. Its a good thing. M eals on Wheels is a valuable way to check on the w ell-being of the participants. I f they dont answer the door, we call them, Ms. W elch said. We make sure they are OK. We have a hotline number we can call for help if weve knocked on their doors and dont get an answer. Cindy Flachmeier, president of the Community Services Council, said Meals on Wheels provides another 800 meals to seniors who are mobile and can go to one of 15 locations where meals are provided. B ut the bulk of the recipients are shut-ins. I f some of our clients did not receive a meal from M eals on Wheels, they may not get a meal that day, Ms. F lachmeier said. F riday, September 30, 2011 A2 MelbourneHometown News MealsF rom page A1 Photo by Dan GarciaMeals on Wheels volunteers Candy DiBerardino (L) and Pat Welch help driver Arleather Gaines (top) unload fresh meals from a delivery truck in order to start their delivery routes. Save Money,Eat OUT! Save Money,Eat OUT!Save Money,Eat OUT! 50 % OFFGift Certificates50 % OFFGift Certificates

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Bailey,DMDNew Patient Introduction$7500 Adopt a pet www.brevardsheriff.comF or more information, Contact Corrections Deputy Soto at(321) 690-1592or visit our website Corrections Deputy Brouillette holds Honey, a 9 month-old Black Mouth Cur mix. Honey is currently in the Paws & StripesP rogram at the Brevard County Jail Complex, and is available for adoption. Business newsAN NOUNCEMENTS V olunteers sought for committeeThe Brevard County Solid W aste Management D epartment is looking for interested citizens to fill two volunteer positions on the Solid Waste Collection C ontract selection committee, which will evaluate and assist in the review of the solid waste collection contract proposals. The collection contract selection committee will be comprised of five members: the solid waste director, two assistant county managers, and two citiz ens. One citizen will represent the north contract area (District 1 or 2), and the other citizen will represent the south contract area (District 3, 4, or 5). Anyone who has an interest in serving on this committee, particularly those with a background in envir onmental, solid waste, r ecycling or related areas is encouraged to apply. Participants must be Brevard C ounty residents and have no affiliation with solid waste collection consultants or solid waste haulers and commercial companies that collect or transport solid waste, recyclables, or construction and demolition materials. I nterested applicants are asked to submit background information, qualifications and/or experience, including current address and phone number to hillary.arena@brevardcounty.us. All information must be r eceived by 5 p.m. Oct. 20. F or more information, please contact Hillary Ar ena at (321) 633-2042. she recognized McClelland as a regular customer despite the fact that he was w earing a hoodie and a bandanna over his face because of his distinctive blue eyes. Av alon Police Chief Thomas Kokoski told WPXITV M cClelland ran away without any money and was hiding near a building where he was staying across the street from the store when police found him. Fr om seattlepi.com: R unaway steer creates chaos on Arizona interstate A runaway steer stopped traffic on a major highway, hurtled over a brick wall and damaged two police vehicles during a chase that had four Arizona law enforcement agencies scrambling. The male bovine escaped from a livestock trailer on I nterstate 8 just east of Y uma, Yuma County S heriffs Capt. Eben Bratcher told The Associated Press. The driver of the trailer was getting on the freeway when he noticed that a side door was ajar. He pulled ov er, but one of his charges got away before he could shut the door. I t was chaotic, Bratcher said. It was running around in traffic on the interstate, which is why law enforcement got involved as quickly as it did. There was a lot of us out there chasing this thing around. A sheriffs deputy roped the steer about a half-hour after the escape. Br atcher said the steer was uninjured and returned to its owner. Fr om news.yahoo.com: Charges for woman who ran Chihuahua by car A dog-sitters shortcut led to criminal charges for a C olorado woman who had a Chihuahua running alongside her car at 10 to 15 mph. The Daily Camera r eported that 29-year-old Joan R enee Zalk, of Boulder, faces animal cruelty and felony menacing charges. Z alk told officers the dog, C ooper, goes ballistic if it doesnt walk 3 miles a day. W itnesses called police after seeing the leashed dog struggling to keep up with the car. Z alk is free on bond. C ooper was uninjured and was taken to a local shelter. The dog was expected to be r eleased to its owner, who was out of town at the time of the incident. Fr om nbc-2.com: Man looking for casino gets detox stay An Oregon man pressed his luck one too many times and spent the night in a N ebraska detox cell after twice mistaking a police station for a casino and asking authorities for blackjack chips. The Lincoln Journal Star r eported the 21-year-old man approached the U niversity of NebraskaLincoln police station front desk after a college football game. He left after a staffer told him it was a police station but returned a few minutes later. Thats when an officer administered a blood alcohol test, which registered at .273 percent, more than triple the states legal driving limit. P olice took him into protective custody while he sobered up. A police sergeant said the man had not committed a crime and was not arrested. Fr om sfgate.com: No jet lag for 120 donkeys after flight One hundred and twenty donkeys arrived at a sanctuary in California on a plane from Hawaii chartered by the Humane S ociety of the United States. Tr acy Miller, manager of P eaceful Valley Donkey Re scue in Tehachapi, said the donkeys are none the worse for wear after the long flight and two-hour drive that followed it. They are descendants of donkeys brought to Hawaii to work coffee plantations, who were then cast aside when they became obsolete. R ecent drought conditions have brought hundreds of donkeys down from the mountains into developed H awaii, where they have disrupted traffic and made other trouble for humans, inspiring a search for new homes. Fr om wkrg.com: Offenders in Alabama town can choose jail or church A uthorities say nonviolent offenders in southern Alabama will have a new choice: go to jail or go to church every Sunday for a year. WKRG-TV reported that O peration Restore Our C ommunity begins soon. The city judge in Bay M inette will let misdemeanor offenders choose to work off their sentences in jail and pay a fine or go to church every Sunday for a y ear. If offenders select church, theyll be allowed to pick the place of worship but must check in weekly with the pastor and police. If the one-year church attendance program is completed, the offenders case will be dismissed. B ay Minette Police Chief M ike Rowland said the program could change the lives of people heading down the wrong path. So far, 56 churches are participating. S ean McCarthy can be r eached at help@ComputeThisOnline.com (no hyphens).W eirdF rom page A1

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J osephs has participated in the Sept. 21 event, alongside thousands of other schools throughout the world. An estimated 3.5 million pinwheels were spinning in more than 100 different countries on the same date in 2010, according to the Pinwheels for Peace website, www.pinwheelsforpeace.com. Whether its peace in the home environment, freedom from bullying, peace of mind or the conflict of war, Ms. Lancaster said her hope is for students to learn that peace can take on a multitude of meanings. P eace can be very personal, she said. S ince the last week of A ugust, St. Joseph students in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade have been working on their pinwheels in art class, as well as in their individual classr ooms. On one side of their pinwheels, students wrote messages that captured their thoughts about war, peace, tolerance and harmony, whether it was a phrase, prayer, poem or even a song lyric. On the other side of the pinwheels, students added drawings, paintings and collages to express their feelings on these topics in more of a visual format. Ei ghth-grader Autumn K eany, 13, wrote a poem specifically for her brightly colored pinwheel, which opened with the line: S omeday, I hope there will be peace, and that war will someday cease. After participating in the schools inaugural Pinwheels for Peace project in 2009, Autumn said the event was one shes been looking forward to for a while. I think its something that all of the students, from the little ones in pre-K to the eighth-graders, can take part in, she said, standing in the center of a large, pinwheel-filled peace sign. E verybody came together to create something thats r eally beautiful. Third-graders Emma T urba and Joseph Stokes also used bright colors to decorate their pinwheels, while adding similes for peace, such as loving, caring and harmony, throughout. Br ight colors stand for peace so I wanted to use lots of them, said Emma. I added stars and stripes and squares and used green, red and blue for my colors, added Joseph. I think our designs let others know (how) we feel about peace. In addition to the actual planting of the pinwheels, the seventh-grade students unveiled banners they made that read, Peace be with you during the ceremony, while other students sang a song, called Peace Like a River. Thi s message is hopefully one that sticks with our students for a long time, Ms. Lancaster said. If everyone finds peace in their own hearts, well all be in a better place. F or more information about Pinwheels for Peace, visit www.pinwheelsforpeace.com. y ear that came to us from the taxpaying citizens of other counties who last y ear couldnt meet that challenge, Dr. Binggeli said. They paid a penalty for that, and we got some of that money. Dr Binggeli said Brevard P ublic Schools faced major economic hurdles because it is one of the largest school districts in the state. The Brevard school district serves approximately 73,000 students, making it the 10th-largest of 67 school districts in Florida. The district is the largest employer in Brevard C ounty, employing more than 9,000 people, including more than 5,000 teachers and staff. The school district operates 86 schools in 17 municipalities in Brevard C ounty. The school district r efrained from spending E ducation Jobs Bill funding that was made available to schools. Such spending would have counted against the districts budget, Dr. Binggeli said. W e didnt spend any of those dollars, he said. By comparison, Broward C ounty spent every penny, and they have laid off well ov er 2,000 employees and cut a lot of programs. W e are committed to prioritizing the dollars to where they count the most. We did cut a grade school opening, and we continue to be guided by our strategic plan. Dr Binggeli said managing the schools budget is no different from having an effective household budget strategy. Dr Binggeli said, for example, that the district has strived to reduce its energy consumption, saving hundreds of thousands of dollars as a result. I n 2009-10, we dropped our kilowatt consumption by 4.4 percent, by doing such things as window tinting, he said. Last y ear, we cut our kilowatt hour consumption another 7.9 percent. T o put that in perspective, we have cut $1.5 million in the last two years, he said. Dr Binggeli said saving through energy conservation has required some personal sacrifice. O ver two weeks in winter, we shut off the heat in every building, he re called. One day, I came into my office, and it was 67 degrees. O ur administrators did not complain. They understand it is a means to an end. He said the ongoing effort to converse energy consumption has been through behavior modification. Dr Binggeli said he wishes he could be just as successful in economizing at home. I have a 14-year-old daughter, and I cant get her out of the shower because the hot water just keeps running, he said. F riday, September 30, 2011 A4 MelbourneHometown News Mention This Ad & Get 10% OffW ally World Service Center80 Sunset Drive Melbourne, FL321-728-0056W ally World Service Center321-728-0056 40 Years Experience NoJob TooBig or Small Fast Service Lowest Prices Around A/C Repair All Makes &Models Melbourne Square Mall Shoppes of W est Melbourne Dr.Denture Quality Dentures Reasonable Fees Competitive PricesOne Day Service for Dentures, Relines and RepairsMEDICAID ACCEPTED321-259-1949313 N. BABCOCK ST. MELBOURNE FREE Try-Ins10%OFFAll Dentures For Veterans The Ultimate Country LifestyleLeave behind the complicated and enjoy a wildlife sanctuary lifestyle. 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James Harrell Kelly, 28, of 2421 Stone St., Melbourne, was charged Sept. 16 with possession of cocaine. Michele Erin Nelson, 27, of 2982 W. Ontario Circle, Melbourne, was charged Sept. 17 with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and felony battery. Samuel Omar Saunders, 29, of 161 Prairie St. S.E., Palm Bay, was charged Sept. 17 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia, as a habitual traffic offender driving on a suspended license, with keeping dangerous drugs and three counts of felony on-site violation of probation. Ryan R. Spannan, 24, of 284 Crystal Lake Road, M elbourne, was charged S ept. 17 with resisting arrest without violence, hit-and-run-failure to stop and remain at crash and felony driving under the influence. Rashida Danielle Br ooks, 33, of 1136 Mathers St., Melbourne, was charged Sept. 18 with aggravated battery using a deadly weapon. Tracy L. Lattmore, 19, of 619 Tucker St., Melbourne, was charged Sept. 18 with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Jack E. McCampbell, 53, of 2425 Ersoff Blvd. N.E., Palm Bay, was charged Sept. 18 as a habitual traffic offender driving on a suspended license, felony driving under the influence and felony driving under the influence-property damage. Travis Ray Elmore, 23, of 6165 Alderwood Ave., Po rt St John, was charged S ept. 20 with exploitation of the elderly. Bennie Irving Hancock, 28, of 2924 Main St., Melbourne, was charged Sept. 22 with possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia and felony violation of probation.P alm Bay P olice Department Neil Anthony Palmer, 33, of 2100 Pineapple Ave., M elbourne, was charged S ept. 21 with unarmed burglary of an occupied structure, criminal mischief-property damage and felony battery.Rockledge P olice Department Roberto Dominguez, 18, of 1681 Bridgewater Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged Sept. 17 with r esisting arrest with violence, disorderly intoxication in a public place and felony battery. Perfecta Sanchez, 37, of 1681 Bridgewater Road, M elbourne, was charged S ept. 17 with simple assault on an officer/firefighter/EMT.Brevard County Sheriffs Office Thomas Allen Buck, 42, of 441 Vilkers Drive, Melbourne, was charged Sept. 16 with felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Berry Louis, 29, address unknown, was charged S ept. 16 with aggravated battery and obstructing justice. Robert Allen Shipley, 20, of 3725 W. New Haven Ave ., West Melbourne, was charged Sept. 16 with aggravated battery causing bodily harm. Damon N. Chaille, 37, of 2511 Vermont St., West M elbourne, was charged S ept. 17 with felony child abuse and felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Peter J. Stuczynski, 50, of 1681 Bridgewater Drive, M elbourne, was charged S ept. 17 with resisting arrest with violence, disorderly intoxication in a public place and felony misuse of 9-1-1. David Sanchez, 29, address unknown, was charged Sept. 18 with lewd/lascivious behaviormolesting a victim y ounger than 12 years old. Tamra Meichelle Str and, 41, of 2006 Penwood Drive, Melbourne, was charged Sept. 19 on an out-of-county warrant. Easton A. Bilotta, 20, of 576 Spring Lake Drive, M elbourne, was charged S ept. 20 with forgery-altering a public records certificate, fraud-attempting to use the identification of another, fraud-illegal use of credit cards and unarmed burglary of an unoccupied conveyance. Aketia Taniel Jackson, 25, of 2715 Grant St., Melbourne, was charged Sept. 20 with burglary with assault/battery and unarmed home invasion r obbery. Jeffery Wayne Stanley, 23, of 1521 Croftwood Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged Sept. 21 with failure to appear, larceny, passing forged/altered identification to a secondhand property dealer and dealing in stolen property. Clifford Edward Baird, 46, address unknown, was charged Sept. 22 with r esisting arrest with violence, felony battery on an officer/firefighter/EMT and felony violation of probation. Michael Caplick, 38, address unknown, was charged Sept. 22 on an out-of-county warrant. Editors note: This is a list of arrests,not convictions, and all arrestees are presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty in a court of law. VETERANS DAY SPECIAL EDITIONOn V eterans Day,Nov.11, H ometown News will feature photographs of the men and women in our area who have served their country in the military. P lease email photographs of the veterans in your family to newsfp@hometownnewsol.com (j-peg attachments,at least 500 kbs in size) or mail prints to 380 N.Wickham Road,Melbourne,FL,32935,attention:news clerk.Please include the veteran's name,military branch and rank and current city of residence.If the veteran in your family has died,please include the year of death.For more information,call (321) 242-1013 To send your letters to the editor, e-mail them to brevnews@hometownnewsol.com or fax them to (321) 242-1281. Or you can send letters to: L etters to the editor, 3 80 Wickham Road N., Melbourne, FL 32935. 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A6 THIS WEEKS LUCKY THIS WEEKS LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLE If This is your license plate go to the nearest HTN Office to verify by noon Tuesday.CONGRATULATIONSto Last Weeks Winner,Mary Jane Murphy GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY!Stop by ANY office or CALL!!!WIN $100-$1000 I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIAN RIVER CO.772-569-6767MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 child! I am appalled by this writer and their use of words to describe another persons child. I have been robbed, I completely understand the anger and r age one can feel when all they have worked for is trespassed upon and taken. I get it. B ut I will not sit back and read these horrible things you have called a child, assuming this is a child, and onlybecause y ou used the word child. No one should ever speak about a small person that way, no matter what the situation. Su re, speak of the childs guardian, assume what you please about them and their lack of supervision and, as you say, values, but keep your mouth shut about the CHILD. C an you blame a child fir his or her actions if this is all they know? If they have not one person that cares enough to guide them and teach them these values? This spawn may disgust you, but let me tell you, your verbal assault on this child disgusts me! Get a grip, breathe, count to 10, call the police, file a report and back off! Y our stolen items, your camera, your broken door are all r eplaceable. This childs future? This childs self-esteem, ruined. So thank you a bunch, you babbling moron! E ditors note:If the culprit was indeed a childcloser to 18 than 11,he or she deserves to be chastised.No names or identifying information was given about this child.We are assuming the writer is venting,and we hope someone takes heed.Response to Making it impossibleThe rant about Making it impossible for Democrats to vote article nice try! Let us start with ... this is a true, eye witness Florida story . Where in Florida? When? What news media published or r eported this story? Who wrote the article? Please, no HUFFY nor Move on Org articles. lets stick to the truth and verifiable FACT S! Then, of course the victim is darker-than-tan who lost or had her purse stolen with license inside. What does that have to do with the story, other than to play a race card to make a point? So far, it smells like a made-up story to claim Republicans have it against darker-than-tan people. Then, you must throw in the ... bored and obviously r etarded clerk, who clearly got his job through a relative with appointment power! comment. It makes a nice touch of anti-minority and incompetent public employees. Y ou even spend more time blasting the retard-o, being the relative of some Harry-dope-you-louse, doesnt exactly have the brain cells...! At no point was there a request for a supervisor. Amazing! Thus, you used close to 70 lines to publish a made up story. How do I know is made up? The darker-than-tan lady in todays society you expect me to believe she would be silent and not voice her displeasure nor ask for a supervisor? Really? Then, to really spruce up your point and put icing in the cake, there is the whitey who also lost license, but he is taken care quickly? Really? You describe a well-dressed white man who lost (his) license and in (the) same paragraph says he is homeless and unemployed, pays no bills, no bank account, y et he is well-dressed? Y ou even close with blasting the public servant again. I am still WAITING for YOUR proof on :Making it impossible for Democrats to vote! Close to 70 lines wasted and not one proof of the headline. I am waiting for you to provide sources that this is factual and can be verified. Question now is CAN YOU? We all know this is a figment of the imagination. Do not bother to reply.Call an 800 numberP eople are constantly complaining about the problem schools are having with the children of illegals. He re s something else you can do, just take the time to do it. It doesnt cost you a dime. Ev ery article of food that you buy in the store that is written in Spanish, call the 800 number and tell them, We are American. Drop the Spanish from their labels. The illegals can learn English if they wish to work here. They are paid in American dollars, not pesos. S tart complaining to the right people. All companies, after awhile, will get the message. T ake the Spanish off the doors,entrance in English only. E xit in English only. They will never learn the language as long as we allow to placate them with their native tongue. Get together here and make it a law that only English be allowed on merchandise. If an illegal buys something and cannot understand what the instructions are, he can find someone to translate. W ake up, America, before its too late. Maybe it already is, because we have all just sat back and let It happen.God help US ALL!!!Alone with yourself, your phone on the highwayHow is it that everyone who took the test for their Florida driver license forgot the law states that your headlights go on when it rains? I cant believe the absence of illumination during downpours. It s just common sense, besides being the law. It s much harder to see when its raining, duh! This also goes for those inconsiderate boobs who cross two lanes of traffic, make a left turn from the middle or right lane, all of this right in front of you on top of it raining! When will people realize that they are not alone on the highway? When I got my first driver license in New York state, there was something called sportsmanlike driving that was taught in the schools. Ev en if Florida doesnt have this particular method, youd think that the least drivers would do is be considerate for others on the road with them. It just seems the majority of those on the road are too preoccupied with themselves to think of anyone or anything else. On top of that, you now have this horrible communication thing called texting to contend with. Where will it end? I know there is a family, whos daughter was killed while texting and is taking her crumpled up car around to schools to show them the result of her mistake. I dont know how many people will learn from this very bad habit, but its a start. T ree in yard updateThank you for sharing troublesome tree concerns in you R ants and Raves section. I just wanted to let you know that the city of West Melbourne changed its policy on the removal of trees on private property. Per mits or fees are no longer required. My magnolia tree is now down. God bless the U.S.A.Fiscal responsibility automatic cutsPr esident Obama, by executive order early in 2010, commissioned the National Committee on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform, a committee of 18 members, charged with evaluating government programs and recommending those that could be reduced or eliminated. R ecommendations would be forwarded to Congress with the provision that they be accepted as is, with no amendments. The committee needed 14 votes to accept the proposed changes, but they only got 11. It was never forwarded. In 2011, President Obama commissioned a committee of six, chaired by Vice President Biden, to do the same thing. N othing came of this, either. A Congressional Joint Select Committee on Debt Reduction of 12 bipartisan members has been created to find money to offset dollar-for-dollar increases in the debt ceiling. The committee report is due by Thanksgiving. Congress votes on Dec. 23, and if not passed, automatic cuts kick in J an. 15. Y ou want to reduce spending, stop giving aid to those countries that do not like us and do nothing for us. Eliminate the 535 jobs in Washington that are supposed to look out for us.Who is being represented? This $700-plus billion satellite will be crashing to Earth. Why? Because we have no shuttle to go up, capture, refuel and release it back into orbit. The Space Station will have to be abandoned soon, provided the return vehicle is operational. Why? Because the Russians cannot hold up their part of the agreement to maintain the station. Surprise, Surprise! What were these Washington scholars and state representatives thinking? The loss of hardware, technology, as well as possible harm to the crew on the Space Station, far exceeds the funding to keep the space shuttle program alive. U nlike other cultures, we do value human life, both in space and on the ground. When the billions and billions of dollars worth of satellites, How do they get my numbers? Are they paying for them?I find that a lot of agencies are buying telephone numbers so they can call people to donate or buy the products they are selling. What really gets me is that not only are they calling my home phone, they have just begun calling my Safelink cell phone. This is a phone that the U.S.A. gives people like me. The phone is free and I get free minutes. What I dont know is how did these agencies get this cell number. In my opinion I believe that they have no right to buy my number. This is my number, and if anyone is going to get money for my phone number, it should be me. After all it is my number right? Let me read from any of you out there how do you feel about that? Thank you for this paper that I get and thank you for your concern. Have a Yabba Dabba Doo of a day.Brevard county ... our fractured medical systemI recently visited a local medical center because I was exper iencing chest pains. I am currently unemployed and have no medical insurance. They performed an EKG and took a blood test. I paid the bill of $176 upon leaving. Se veral weeks later, I received a revised bill from them for an additional $20 that they had forgotten to tack on. A relative of mine with insurance recently had similar procedures performed there. I nstead of the $39 fee for the EKG, they accepted $24.50, and the $20 blood work was reimbursed for $3.41. I spoke with the billing office and ask why they except less money from insurance companies then they except from people without insurance. I basically was told that that was the way it was! They ask me if I was unwilling to pay for services that they had provided. I advised I was more than willing to pay them at the same r ate they accept from insurance companies and had already done more than that before they found their mistake. That got me nowhere! I dont like paying for other peoples mistakes. Im sure that this isnt the only clinic/doctor following these practices. I understand that doctors are also being hit with lower payouts from insurance companies and must make up the difference somewhere, but not on the backs of struggling families in these trying times.Response to brat mothersThis is a response to the obviously upset, but clearly ridiculous, person who wrote Thanks a bunch, brat mothers . WO W! I truly hope this brat you are referring to is at least 18. Maybe 16. 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The No. 1 priority should be take care of your own. That doesnt refer to your o wn pocket. Your own r efers to mankind. O ur government needs to wake up. Stop spending billions buying other countries allegiance when allegiance isnt even in their vocabulary. T ake care of the country that was entrusted to your care. S top disgracing every veteran and service person who has given so much for our countrys freedom. T ake a stand for the people and save our nation from the fraction trying to bring us to our knees. Who can you believe, vote for?The time has come.Seems like just yesterday when the presidential candidates starting jousting, calling each other names, digging deep into their opponents closets to find skeletons to degrade their opponents. Like elementary school children, resorting to Bart Simpson tactics. M ost of the candidates are closet terrorists in their own country, cheating and lying to the Americans with their silver tongues, debates promisingwhat they can and will do for you if elected. When one is elected, its too late, and promises dont have to be kept. Who can you believe? Its like Saturday Night Live. They should make the jousting a reality show. The elected officials we should vote for are president Bart Simpson and vice president Goofy. They will win.Whats y our choice??In honor of H as anyone out there figured out, besides family and friends, that we are still at war, and troops are falling daily? The 22 seals, besides the r est, on board that copter that was shot down. We r e counting 5,000-plus American troops that we know of, who have died for us, not to mention the troops r eturning home without some of their limbs, mental capacities diminished, disfigured and having mental issues, including dependencies on something or other. Again, to name a few. Then, get this. They come home to the good ol U.S. of A, only to be financially devastated and homes foreclosed on. All of this, and I see not one American flag at halfmast in honor of our lost ones. Is this a wonderful country or what? Sometimes, not. We all sit back, take in the fresh air, most sit at dinner tables and eat, go to school and clubs, dine out and so on. F lags should always fly (at) half-mast in their honor. W ell, Ill still fly my flag at half-mast and thank them every day for giving it all, so I can live free. O h, and by the way, I have no one overseas (or home), but I still fly my flag at halfmast until they come home or I die first.Why did God allow this?Ev ery time something terr ible happens, people say Why did God allow this to happen? We seem to want to shift the blame onto God instead of ourselves. We also seem to forget that we decided to do things our o wn way, instead of Gods way; and look at what we have done to ourselves: murder, child neglect, children murdered, abuse, and the list goes on. Ev ery day I hear more bad news on TV, and it only gets worse. I hope this will get printed, because I know within that this is just the time for the beast to come. T ake warning for those who know what will come beware of 666.How can you buy American?I know we are all told to buy American, but it is sometimes difficult when everything in the store was made in a foreign country. R ecently due to illness, someone else had to do my shopping. I received oranges from Africa, tomatoes from Canada, bananas from Honduras and apples from New Z ealand. How then can you buy American when you have fruits and vegetables from the United Nations?Cursive writing must stayI was reading that some schools are not going to teach students cursive writing anymore. How will the people sign their name? Will they sign it with an X? And if they just print all the time, that means that anybody can print anybodys name.L eave The Star-Spangled Banner aloneI just called in to say that people are trying to do away with The Star-Spangled B anner as the song of this country and want to replace it with America, the Beautiful. They need to remember that if we did not have The S tar-Spangled Banner, fighting for our country and freedom, we would not have America, the Beautiful now. Things dont come without a price.I dont appreciate being lied toI am a Brevard county property owner, taxpayer and voter. I expect to pay for firefighters, police officers, teachers (I have no kids), etc. in order to live in a civilized, modern society. It was obvious to me, when the value of our homes began to crash, that less property taxes would be collected. I voted against the extra $25,000 homestead exemption because I can do simple math. What I dont appreciate is being lied to. I dont care if a state law says this is technically not a tax increase. It is an increase in our mileage (tax) rates, and elected officials need to stop lying about it and take responsibility for increasing our property taxes. I feel there should be no r aises for county employees and no new community center at Wickham Park. Take care of the existing community centers in the older areas of town. Start seizing abandoned properties for past due taxes and bulldoze the condemned buildings. Per haps then Brevard County wont look so blighted. I live in Palm Bay, a perfect place to grow maggots in our trash cans thanks to the citys once-a-week cost savings trash pickup. Now we are told they are r evisiting that policy, and it will cost more to go back to twice a week pickups. I do not view this as a cost savings. It is just another lie.My last trip to the grocery storeY esterday, I was at my local grocery store buying a large bag of Purina dog chow for my loyal pet, Jake the Wonder Dog and was in theRantsF rom page A6 See R ANTS, A9

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indoor public gun range, including free personal instruction. Several classes are offered at the gun range, including Concealed W eapons, Young Shooter S afety and Gun Safety. The APHF also has several programs for those families who have lost someone in the line of duty. Scholarships are awarded every year and in the last 10 y ears, $2.2 million has been awarded. Emergency funds are provided for those spouses who have lost a husband or wife in the line of duty, including a check for grief counseling. O ther programs include money for summer camps and gift programs for those children who have lost a parent in the line of duty. A ccording to Barry Shepherd, the executive director of the APHF, there are more than 8,000 family survivors in the APHF programs. To Shepherd, the ability to do something so rewarding is what keeps him doing what he does. M ost peoples first experience with law enforcement is when they get pulled over, Mr. Shepherd said. Most people dont have a good opinion of law enforcement, and its nice to be able to teach them what they really doprotect and serve. Fo r more information about The American Police H all of Fame,call (321) 2640911. Each day, most Americans have the luxury of waking up in a comfy bed, drinking a cup of hot coffee and enjoying a cool shower. B efore starting their day, they apply various beauty and hygiene products, have time to read the morning newspaper and savor a healthy, filling breakfast. B ut on the other side of the world, many U.S. military troops are lucky to catch an hour of sleep in their makeshift tents, while stationed in remote and isolated areas of Afghanistan. These soldiers go weeks without access to running water and must survive on the few items they carry in their backpacks, while constantly changing locations. I t s these troops who can benefit from this project the most, said Melbourne resident Gloria Grant. These men and women are fighting every day to protect us. They can use any and all the help we can give them. A native of Waveland, M iss., Ms. Grant moved to the Space Coast after her 120-year old, antebellumstyle home was completely destroyed in Hurricane Katr ina. Sin ce 2005, she has been extremely active in the community outreach programs at St. Marks United M ethodist Church in Indialantic, primarily with the Ly dia Circle womens group. W ith support and assistance from the group, Ms. Grant initiated a military effort through www.anysoldier.com that provided 168 large flat-rate boxes full of hygiene products, snacks, magazines, DVDs and a var iety of other items to troops in Afghanistan last y ear, just in time for the Christmas holiday. And this year, shes at it again. The effort has actually been continuous since our first shipment, Ms. Grant said. After our first Christmas mailing, we received enough donations to do a J anuary mailing and followed up with an Easter mailing and a summer mailing. Now, were preparing for our second Christmas shipment. The number of care packages the church has mailed out has far exceeded Ms. Grants original goal of 100 boxes, as its members are expecting to fill and send their 400th box this fall. This is my Christmas, Ms. Grant said. In my family, we put up a Christmas tree, but there are never any presents under it. Instead, we use the money for whatever we would have bought for one another to fill as many boxes as we can. Its tough to be away from home at any time, but the holidays are especially difficult for these kids. Throughout the year, Ms. Grant receives numerous letters and emails from various troops, thanking the church for its generous efforts. Earlier this year, four members of the U.S. N ational Guard even visited S t. Marks as a way to personally show their gratitude. S taff Sgt. Morton of West M elbourne, 33, served two tours in Afghanistan, most r ecently as a logistics supply sergeant in the city of B agram. B eing away from family is always the hardest part, he said back in February, addressing a group of the churchs members. So when we receive these care packages, it provides us with a little bit of home and makes us seem that much closer. Those words of gratitude are what, Ms. Grant said, inspire she and her fellow volunteers to continue their efforts. 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From VPK 8th Grade Sports,Music, Enrichment Programs National School Lunch Pr ogram Uniforms-New Colors J ust Added!3355 Imagine Way, W est Melbourne, FL 32904(On Hollywood Blvd. 1/4 Mile North of Palm Bay Rd.)321-768-6200S eats are Limited Enroll Today Brevard County Health Department WIC Program LocationsCentral Appointments 321-639-5793 Titusville 611 Singleton Ave 321-383-2791 Viera 2555 Judge Fran Jameson Way 321-639-5802 Melbourne 2275 S. Babcock St 321-726-2922 Fruits & Vegetables Whole Grains Milk Beans Dry or Canned Juice Foods for Babies. More foods for breastfeeding moms! Who is eligible? You must be a pregnant or breastfeeding woman, a woman who has recently been pregnant, an infant, or a child under 5 years old. You must currently be living in the State of Florida. You must have a nutritional need, which will be determined by WIC staff. You MAY be eligible if you or other family members are currently receiving M edicaid, Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA) or Food Assistance Your income must fall within our guidelines: F amily size12345678 W eekly$388$524$660$796$932$1,067$1,203$1,339 BiW eekly$775$1,047$1,319$1,591$1,863$2,134$2,406$2,678 M onthly$1,679$2,268$2,857$3,446$4,035$4,624$5,213$5,802 Annual$20,147$27,214$34,281$41,348$48,415$55,482$62,549$69,616A dditional Person: Weekly +$136BiWeekly +$272 Monthly +$589Annually + $7,067 WIC is a nutrition program for women, infants & children. WIC provides the following HEALTHY FOODS at NO COST:WIC is an equal opportunity provider.BREVARD COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT WIC PROGRAM TOTS, TEENS & IN-BETWEENS! Place Your Ad in this Special SectionJust for Kids!Tots, Teens, & In-Between Call 1-800-823-0466 Church groups fill, ship care packages for soldiersBoxes expected to reach troops in remote areas of Afghanistan in time for the holidaysBy T ammy Robertstroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee PACKAG ES, A9 Staff photo by Tammy RobertsV olunteers from five Brevard County churches gather at Holy Apostles Episcopal Church in Satellite Beach to pack boxes full of various items for soldiers in Afghanistan in time for the holidays. Pictured are: (back row) Marie Gerlach, Shirley Hyatt, Jewell Mitchell, Karen Coleman, (front row) Janet Jodoin, Gloria Mitchell, Shirley Story, June Pustelnyk, Eddie Rader and Hazel Morrison. Below are some suggested items for the Military Boxes project: Reusable drink containers disposable cameras body powder deodorant mints long-distance phone cards chewing gum/candy Little Debbie snack cakes Ziplock bags coffee Gatorade playing cards/games/dice snack mixes music CDs toothbrushes/toot paste inflatable pillows/pillow cases cookies in individual packets canned food items (V ienna sausage, beans and franks) foot-bag/hacky-sacs Zip-locked spices microwave popcorn DVD movies for magazines for men and women Ramen noodles/Mac r oni & Cheese cereal bars/granola bars disposable shower tow els soup mix, hot cocoa mix newspapers koozies/can-coolers AA batteries air fresheners canned air for electronics stress-relief squeeze balls sewing kits baby wipes shoe laces brown T-shirts boot socks in green and white hand warmers razors ink pens/pads word puzzle books Icy hot patches, foot massagers paper plates/ microwa able plates, bowls vitamins paperback books (Items not accepted are chocolate, weapons or home-cooked foods, illegal copies of materials)HeroesF rom page A1

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 30, 2011 Melbourne A9 CIGARETTEDEPOT2595 W. NEW HAVEN(ACROSSFROMOLIVEGARDEN)WESTMELBOURNE, FL32904 No Chemical AdditivesIncluding:Marlboro, Lights, Camel, Winston, Kool, Newport, Salem and all others! 1-95 & W. Eau Gallie Blvd. Melbourne 321-242-9124 www.superfleamarket.com... There's Always Something Happening at SUPERFLEAMARKET OPEN EVERY FRIDAY SATURDAY & SUNDAY 9AM-4PM The Haunted Lair Returns! COMINGOCTOBER1stA MAZE OF TERROR BASED ONFAMOUSHORROR MOVIES Help The Community and Get $100 OFFper personthe Haunted Lair Entry. Just bring in two cans/boxes of food! Harvest FestivalOCTOBER29th9:00 am 4:00 pmKiddie Area, Barrel & Pole Racing, Petting Zoo, Arts &Crafts, T rick or Treating, Live Entertainment, Pumpkin Baking Contest, & Much, Much More! check-out line when a woman behind me asked if I had a dog. What did she think I had an elephant? So since Im retired and have little to do, on impulse I told her that no, I didnt have a dog; I was starting the Purina Diet again. I added that I probably shouldnt, because I ended up in the hospital last time, but that Id lost 50 pounds before I awakened in an intensive care ward with tubes coming out of most of my orifices and IVs in both arms. I told her that it was essentially a perfect diet, and that the way that it works is to load your pants pockets with Purina N uggets and simply eat one or two every time you feel hungry. The food is nutritionally complete so it works well, and I was going to try it again. (I have to mention here that practically everyone in line was now enthralled with my story.) H orrified, she asked if I ended up in intensive care, because the dog food poisoned me. I told her no, I stepped off a curb to sniff a poodles behind and a car hit me. I thought the guy behind her was going to have a heart attack, he was laughing so hard. That grocery store wont let me shop there anymore. B etter watch what you ask r etired people. They have all the time in the world to think of crazy things to say.Say no to same-sex marriagesI am very much against this same-sex marriage. No matter what state they allow it, it affects us all. This includes children, because now these people will want to adopt childrenRantsF rom page A7 people to feel that same sense of joy, she said.Community tiesAs a way to spread word of the project, Ms. Grant devoted two weeks last year to visiting many of the churches in Brevard County, in the hope that other organizations would choose to adopt their o wn military units to send supplies to. H er tireless efforts paid off. This year, four additional churches Holy Apostles E piscopal Church in Satellite Beach, Lutheran Church of The Redeemer in M elbourne, St. Paul Lutheran Church in Melbourne and Satellite Beach United M ethodist Church have jumped on board with the project and have already mailed out several shipments of boxes to various troops in Afghanistan. G loria showed up at our church one day and presented us with an opportunity we could not refuse, said Janet Jodoin, a 20-year member of St. Paul Lutheran Church. Weve sent 14 boxes so far and are still filling more. G loria Mitchell, a longtime member of Satellite B each United Methodist, has participated in a similar military project at her church, alongside her husband, Jewell, since 2007. B ut this year, they chose to r each out to even more military members through the Any Soldier website. W e re r ight here so close to Patrick Air Force Base, and we realized we need to be doing as much as we can to help our troops, Mrs. M itchell said. Haz el Morrison, a member of Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, said that in addition to community donations, her congregation uses the money raised during its holiday bazaar to help fund the project. S he is also one of several parishioners at her church who have sewn a total of 100 Christmas stockings filled with sweets, lip balm and other goodies, to add to their holiday shipment of boxes. R epresentatives from each of the five churches gathered at Holy Apostles in Satellite Beach last week to sort through items and prepare many of the care packages for shipping. This effort is something our entire congregation has embraced, said Holy A postles and Sarahs Circle member, Karen Coleman. I put out some generic lists of items in the spring, and the donations have just been pouring in. Its allowed us to actually adopt two units for the holidays. While the military project at St. Marks keeps Ms. Grant busy year round, she is always more than willing to speak with other churches about the cause and help them get started. This isnt just a Christmas project; this is something we do year round, she said. So, Im always eager to help, regardless of the time of year. Whether its a church, school or even a family, there are different size units, (ranging) from three members to 175, so anyone can take part. S t. Marks plans to send its Christmas shipment by the first week of November. The average cost to fill one box is $30 at a local dollar store, including shipping, which is currently $12.95 per box, Ms. Grant said. I wish we didnt have to do this project, she said. I d be happy putting an end to it right now and giving the rest of the items to charity. But until all of our troops come home, were going to do what we can to make their time there that much easier. I tems, as well as monetary donations, with checks marked for the military fund, can be dropped off at the front office of any of the participating churches. To find out more about adopting a military unit or to schedule a pick-up of donations, call Gloria Grant at (321) 259-6229. Dr op-off locations are: St. Marks Methodist Church, 2030 N. Highway A1A, Indialantic. Satellite Beach United M ethodist Church, 450 Lee Ave ., Satellite Bach. Holy Apostles Episcopal Church, 505 Grant Ave., S atellite Beach. Lutheran Church of The R edeemer, 12 E. Ave. A, M elbourne. St. Paul Lutheran Church, 105 W. Hibiscus Blv d., Melbourne.P ackagesF rom page A8 See R ANTS, A10

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Y ou have three attractive styles to choose from.Call today for a FREE,no obligation trial fitting to see if sona is right for you. Save hundreds of dollars every week with coupons & discounts from our local advertisers! and bring them up as their o wn, and these children will have problems with their peers. Marriage is for a man and woman. Ye s, we have the right to love, but not to have sex with the same gender. R emember it was Adam and Eve, not Adam and S teve. My o wn brother is riddled with sickness because he chooses to do this same sex thing. This person who says we are closed-minded must not have any belief in the Bible, for even the Word of God speaks against this terrible act. M arriage is not a tradition; it is a holy union that God created from the beginning between the man and the woman, but man has perverted this act and that is why not only man, but also woman, is being punished by the diseases they put upon themselves. This person who wrote love is love is love, well, I love dogs. Does that mean I can marry a dog? People love cats. Does that mean they can marry them? I think you should examine your morals. Ye s, there are a lot of things wrong with this world, and things are getting worse. One of those wrong things are same sex marriage. Social Security and retirementOne recent message forwarded on email and quoted in Rants and Raves concerned congressional reform. It is full of erroneous facts. I have no ties with anyone in C ongress. C ongress does not get free health care, and they have the same retirement program as a GS-3 clerk typist or any other government employee. They also have the same health insurance, which is not cheap. Also, in spite of what some people believe, they have been paying into Social Secur ity since 1983. The Social Security they r eceive on retirement is r educed a dollar for each two dollars of retirement, just like the GS-3 clerk typist. Like other government workers, they also pay 7 percent of their salary into the r etirement system on top of S ocial Security. That comes to about 13 percent. They have to have five y ears service to have tenure in the retirement system. A person can serve two terms as a representative and not be eligible for any retirement. C ongress doesnt vote itself pay raises. It is subject to the same cost of living adjustment or no adjustment as government retirees and S ocial Security recipients. This information can be checked easily by going on line and calling up Congressional Research Service. Also, one ranter stated that federal retirees should have their retirement cut 10 percent, that they live on the high three hog. The average government r etiree receives less than $20,000 a year. While I am at it, Ill add that Im tired of Congress saying that Social Security can only be saved by cutting benefits and/or raising the retirement age. There is an easy fix for S ocial Security: Raise the maximum salary subject to S ocial Security deduction from the present $106,800 to $250,000. As it is now, a person getting a $106,800 salary pays S ocial Security on 100 percent of his salary, while the person making twice that pays on only 50 percent of his salary.Response to numbersThis email is in response to the individual who wrote the article How do they get my numbers? Are they paying for them? Are you really kidding me? What really gets me is that not only are you getting a free cell phone, you are getting free minutes paid for with my tax dollars. In my opinion,I believe y ou have no right to get a free cell phone and free minutes. This is my tax dollars, and if anyone is going to get money for your phone number, it should be me.After all it is my tax money? Right?Siding with God and IsraelI dont really have anything to rant about, but I do want to pass on to you information that seems to be hidden from the people. M ost people are aware that many nations in the M iddle East have or are in the process of toppling their governments. And now those people are hoping for better times and even democracy. B ut if it is late on Gods prophetic clock and many in the Church believe it is these nations, according to the Bible, are like H umpty Dumpty. Once they have fallen, they will not be able to be put back together again. Good luck to man in putting them back together again, if God is instrumental in taking them apart to fulfill his purpose. B ecause of human pride, we do not even consider that God himself is the main player in the governments of men. The point is, because of pride, we do not even consider Gods part in whats happening today even in our o wn country. We need to stop and look, because the Bible is the p ro ven book, as the United N ations deals with the Palestinian issue. If they carve out a Palestinian nation from the land that God gave to Israel, God, himself, will respond quickly. And if our country does not use its veto power and try and stop the dividing of Isr aels land, we will pay a big price, and soon. All throughout the Bible after God deals adversely with a nation the Bible adds this phrase, So that they will know that I am the Lord. Read the small print about taxesO ur president has said ov er and over that there will be no new taxes if you are earning under $200,000 per y ear. We are retired military on a fixed income of considerably less than $200,000 a y ear, and our taxes on retirement have more than doubled. S omething stinks in Washington, D.C. It seems this administration restructured the tax code, so read the small print to see how it will affect your tax withholdings. B ig Brother is watching and figuring out how to get more of your money, however they have to do it. K eep a sharp eye on your statements, and you will see the big picture on how our president is going to fund his new jobs bill on our backs, thats how!RantsF rom page A9

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The show, which will be performed Oct. 1-2 at the Waxlax C enter in Vero Beach and at Holy Tr inity Episcopal Auditorium in M elbourne, is an unusual production for several reasons. W e re presenting it in a 1920sor 1930s-style radio format, Mr. C ollins said. There will be no sets, costumes or choreography. The performance is totally focused on the music. Were enlarging the pit orchestra from 15 to 35-40. There will be a larger, lusher orchestral sound. F or the lead roles, Mr. Collins has brought in some heavy hitters. T aking the role of Marian the Librarian is Eliza Healy Dopira, a M elbourne native with a bachelors degree in vocal performance from F lorida State University and a masters degree from the Peabody C onservatory. Ms. Dopira serves as an adjunct professor in the music departments of Florida Institute of T echnology and Brevard Community College. F or Professor Harold Hill, Mr. C ollins has brought in Stephen M umbert. The singer, a graduate of S tetson University, has a masters degree in opera from the Boston C onservatory. He is a studying for his doctoral degree at the University of Minnesota, where he performs with the universitys Opera Theatre. The two leads are extremely talented, Mr. Collins said. They have great operatic backgrounds. Theyre tremendous performers and fun to listen to. In addition to the leads and some featured characters, there will be a 35-piece chorus. The cast will perform the full script, with several microphones on stage to capture the voices. M usically, only some incidental music used during set changes has been left out. Mr. Collins said that the caliber of performers was high because there are only two rehearsals and two performances and no longterm time commitment. Per formers like the compact schedule, made possible because there are no costumes and staging to deal with. W e re not trying to create musical theater, Mr. Collins said. There are many great organizations that do that. I wanted to find musicals that have fine, lush orchestral scores. For next season, Id like to do Les Miserables. Its the 25th anniversary, and theyve r eleased a special concert production. This is a new endeavor for Mr. C ollins, who is always ready to try something unusual. He hopes the community will respond to the new programming. I m optimistic, he said. People are excited. Its different. You dont get the opportunity to hear it the way its going to be heard, with professional caliber musicians. I think thats going to really be appreciated and people will love it. I think it will be fun. The Space Coast Symphony Or chestra presents The Music Ma n Oct.1 at 7 p.m.at the Waxlax C enter in Vero Beach and Oct.2 at 3 p .m.at Holy Trinity Episcopal A uditorium in Melbourne.Tickets are $20.For more information about the Space Cost Symphonys season,visit www.spacecoastsymphony.org. Benefit concert for Childrens ChorusPer formers will lend their talent at a benefit concert for the Brevard Childrens Chorus on Friday, Sept. 30 at 7 p.m. at Suntree United Methodist Church, 7400 N. W ickham Road in Suntree. W ell-known timpanist Brian Slawson will make an appearance fresh from engagements at New Yorks Lincoln Center, along with the Brevard Childrens Chorus and their director, Joani Slawson, and alumnus talent. University of Central Florida g raduate Lisa CossentinoMiller will sing to benefit the nonprofit group. Per forming on piano will be conservatory-bound Viera High School senior Sonya Belaya. Fifteen-year-old Hojoon Choi of Seoul, Korea, will amaze concert-goers with his proficiency on the cello, his instrument of 11 years. And Mario Bernardo, student of Brian Slawson, will perform on drums and guitar. Ti ckets are $10 for adults and $5 for children age 1017 Children younger than 10 years of age admitted free. Tickets may be purchased online at www.BrevardChildrensChorus.org or at the door. Call (321) 432-2770 for more information.T oss a mullet at the Mims Mullet FestivalT he Third Annual Mims Mullet Festival will take place 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Mims United Methodist Church and surrounding streets. T he events big draw will once again be the smoked and fried mullet meals. T he Stone Family and the Swing Low swing band will headline six musical acts performing on two different stages. T he Mims Mullet Maiden P ageant will crown its third maiden. T here will be a car show, horse rides and games for kids, a craft show, bake sale and the mullet toss. Besides the mullet meals, burgers, hotdogs, soft drinks and ice cream will be available. F or more information, call (321) 268-1850.Remembering Jennifer concertTh e Remembering Jennifer concert will be 2-7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1, at the Clarion Hotel, 260 E. Merritt Island Causeway, Merritt Island. Th e Remembering Jennifer concert is about celebrating a beautiful life and raising funds for Relay F or Life and Lee Tritt. Acoustic musical performances by artists from around the state include: Caroline Aiken Bil & Eli (Bluesgotus) Stephanie Bonck Doubled The Higher Sound Experience Sheryl Paige Janet Reedy Simone Al Scortino Cost is $10 (suggested donation) to benefit the American Cancer Societys Relay For Life, with a raffle to benefit the Lee Tritt Brain Cancer Fund ( www.helpleetritt.com). T he friends and family of Java Jen are coming together for the second year to celebrate the life of an extraordinary woman, and help to raise funds for worthy causes. Jennifer English Goldacker died (from her third bout with breast cancer) two weeks short of her 45th birthday, on Oct. 1. She was a longtime resident of Brevard county. Jennifer was a large Baja Tavern and Eats: The Tropical Yuppies will play from 5-9 p.m. Friday and Thursday. The Baja is at 626 Glen Cheek Drive, Port C anaveral. C all (321) 7991616. Beach Shack: S lick W illie will play 8 p.m. to midnight Friday. The Coolers will play 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday. Buck Barefoot will play 6-10 p.m. S unday. The Beach Shack is at 1 Minuteman Causeway, C ocoa Beach. Call (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: T ammy Paoletti and K en Moores will play 7-11 p .m. Friday. Katannas is at 4263 N. Harbor City Blvd. (Highway U.S. 1), Melbourne. C all (321) 2531369. Chops Restaurant and Lounge: Da ve Hofma will play 7-10 p.m. Saturday. Chops is at 336 S. Washington Ave., Titusville. Call (321) 385-2467. City Limits Restaurant and Lounge: Sw ampfox will play 7-10 p.m. Friday and 7:30-10:30 p.m. Sunday. City Limits is at 4851 S. D airy Road, Palm Bay. C all (321) 723-2222. City Tropics Bistro: Red T ide will play 8 p.m. to midnight Sunday. City Tropics B istro is at 249 Fifth Ave., I ndialantic. C all (321) 7231300. Cocoa Beach Pier: The Tr opical Yuppies will play 6-10 p.m. Thursday. The C ocoa Beach Pier is at 401 M eade Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4050. Coconuts On The B each: Mo D uo will play 711 p.m. Friday. Dave Kury will play 2-6 p.m., and F light Risk will play 7-11 p .m. Saturday. Coconuts is at 225 Atlantic Ave., Cocoa B each. C all (321) 784-1422. Getaway Martini Bar: M ike and Mikey will play 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. The Getaway is at 7720 N. W ickham Road, Melbourne. C all (321) 2550052. Grills at the Port: H ypersona will play 7:30-11:3p .m. Friday. Grills at the Po rt is at 505 Glen Cheek STAR SCOPESJames Tucker W eek of 9-30-2011 Aries-March 21-April 19Y ou have so much courage. W hen the chips are down, you play it through to the end. Others may quit, but you hang in there. Victory will come more times than not. Yours is a great attitude and highly attractive for success. You are doing a great job. Keep it up. Life is going your way. Very little can stop you now.T aurus-April 20-May 20Y ou handle responsibility very well. You know what is expected from a leader. You g ive it. Your heart is large and your spirit is strong. Don't forget that your needs are important too. Take a break when you feel your energy sagging. T ake a walk on the beach. Stay relaxed and happy. Now you are your best again.Gemini-May 21-June 21Y our spirit is so strong that few of the things you worry about ever come to pass. Your good intentions will always be honored. Your love of family and friends is legendary. When the world gets to you, go back to your roots. You don't have to do it all, you know. Let your friends help a little. Now everyone feels needed.Cancer-June 22-July 22Aren't you glad you held firm to your beliefs when others tried to sway you with theirs? Y our power, love and belief are unmatched. Your feelings run deeper than anyone else. P eople may not always understand the methods but they are always awed by the results. Life thrives because of this glorious inner strength.L eo-July 23-Aug. 22Y ou always start your day in a happy mood with a positive attitude. Why? Because of your inner fire. You have much courage. This continues to bring blessings of love, peace, abundance and happiness. Y ou show gratitude. Your heart literally sings with gladness for all you have been g iven. Much more is on the way.Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22Y our love of life, nature and the universe is evident in the renewed health and interest in the past few months. Virgoians are very grounded. You are a great teacher for all on the virtues of simplicity. You can make a lot from very little. T hese are virtuous ideals saved for you. This keeps yourSee S CENE, B3 See SCOPES, B2New take on a classic musical Club Scene By Shelley KoppelEntertainment writer Eliza Dopira Stephen MumbertSee OUT, B2 Br evard CountyEntertainmentDining &SECTION B WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2011

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supporter of the local art and music scene largely as owner of the music venue Kool Beanz Coffeehouse in Cocoa V illage. She is survived by her husband of 15 years, Java John, and her 13-year-old son, Dylan. F or more information about the event, call (321) 394-6110 or (321) 305-4951.Dance party for Nanas HouseF riends of Nanas House will hold a 1950s dance, featuring Cactus Jack and the Cadillacs. T his event will be at 8 p.m. Saturday Oct. 1 in Palm Bay. T here will be door prizes, raffles, 50/50, with street rods and classic cars on display. T he event will be from 8 p.m. to midnight at St. Josephs Catholic Church Auditorium, 5210 Babcock St. N.E., Palm Bay. Cost is $20 per person. Bring your own snacks and drinks for the evening. Proceeds benefit Nanas House, a nonprofit home for needy, abused, neglected and abandoned children. F or more information and tickets, call (321) 724-1890 or (321) 727-2810. F or additional information on supporting Nanas House and other events and sponsorship opportunities visit Nanaschildrenshome.com or call (321) 266-3829.S ymphony brings The Music Man to life Enjoy toe-tapping fun during a musical trip to River City, Iowa, when Meredith Wilsons The Music Man comes to Melbourne, Sunday,Oct.2at 3 p.m. at the Scott Center for the Performing Arts at Holy T rinity Episcopal Academy in north Melbourne. T he Scott Center auditorium is located off the Pineda Causeway at 5625 Holy Trinity Drive. Maestro Aaron Collins and the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra will present an unstaged production of The Music Man, enlarging the pit orchestra and performing it like a live radio show. Up-and-coming baritone Stephen Mumbert will star as professor Harold Hill, while soprano Eliza Dopira will take the role of Marian Paroo. A talented chorus of various local singers will round out the characters and give life to this beloved American musical, winner of five Tony A wards. Th e audience will hear such well-known songs as, Til T here Was You, Seventy-Six T rombones and (Ya Got) T rouble. A dvance tickets are $20 and may be purchased at www.SpaceCoastSymphony.or g or at one of several convenient ticket outlets, including A Floral Affair in Merritt Island, Art Expressions in Eau Gallie, Blue Sky Insurance in Cocoa Village and Tropical Realty of Suntree, or by calling (321) 536-8580. T ickets at the door are an additional $5.Students 18 years of age and younger will be admitted free. And for those unable to afford the price of general admission, the new SCSO S ymphony for Everyone program will provide discounted tickets to anyone wishing to attend the symphony performance. See details at www.SpaceCoastSymphony.or g.Canaveral Barbershopper programIn honor of the 9/11 victims, T he Greater Canaveral Chapter of The Barbershop Harmony Society will present the patriotic program United We Sing on Sunday, Oct. 2 at 4:30 p.m. at Cocoa Beach Community Church, 126 S. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach. 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 and the 4 Notes Quartet. A potluck dinner will follow. T hose wishing to participate in the dinner are asked to bring a dish to share. Admission is free and open to the public, but donations will be accepted. F or information, call (321) 7 83-3961.Night Sounds concert seriesT he Florida Department of Environmental Protections Sebastian Inlet State Park will host Chris Kastle as part of the Night Sounds concert series 79 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8. T he concert will showcase recording artist Chris Kastle, a musician, storyteller and a songsmith with 12 critically acclaimed solo albums and as half of a duo. T he concert will take place at the pavilions on Coconut P oint, located on the south side of Sebastian Inlet. T he concert is free with regular park entry fees of $8 per vehicle. F riday, September 30, 2011 B2 MelbourneHometown News Buy 1 Entree & Receive 2ndEntree atHALFPRICE HALFPRICE(of equal or Lesser value) Not to be used with any other offer Expires 10-15-11with purchase of 2 drinksJOUMANAS2155 Palm Bay Road,Suite 1 (1 Mile East of Babcock St.)P alm Bay321-768-0120JOUMANAS2155 Palm Bay Road,Suite 1 (1 Mile East of Babcock St.)P alm Bay321-768-0120Come Try The Extraordinary!T ired of the Ordinary?Open:Monday thru Saturday 11 am-9 pm MediterraneanJOUMANAS CUISINE P alm Bays Most Exciting New Restaurant! 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 One Time Per Day Per Person No Other Offer Applies 1270 N. Wickham Road Melbourne(Next to Old Time Pottery)1270 N. 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Wings Pitcher Draft Beer $3095Draft Beer T uesday $795 Baked Ziti or LasagnaCRISPY WRAPS MEDITERRANEAN CUCUMBER WITH W ASABI SAUCE FRESH SALADS MADE DAIL Y TRYOUR CAESAR SALAD OR SHRIMP SALAD ThursdayLOBSTER ROLLS STEAMED MAINE LIVE LOBSTER Kids Eat Free PizzaMon & Tues 1 Slice with Adult EntreeW ednesday Family Pasta Day All-You-Can-Eat Pasta & Sauce 1st order includes meatballs or sausage.$6.95 Dine-In OnlyDINING & ENTERTAINMENTOutF rom page B1spirit strong and eager.Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22Y our teaching and communication skills will continue to be called on to help others who are ready to know more about all that you know. Educating is one of your greatest gifts, along with healing and creativity. You love to share and are generous with your time and wisdom. Your reward is the joy that comes back from the giving.Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21Relax. Release, regenerate and re-group. Let go of the past and allow the universe to move you in the direction of your higher desires. Meditate, center your thoughts and quiet your mind. Just allow yourself to be. Find that comforting oneness within and ask spirit to surround you with its loving, healing power. It will.Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21T his is a time to work on your g reater long-range goals. Stretch your limits. Expand your power. Positive energy alignment for Sagittarius has moved into place in the universe. Higher wishes are ready to be fulfilled. Increased spiritual awareness helps even more. You now have the vision to change things for the better.Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19Strive to simplify your life rather than complicating it. F ocus on today. Tomorrow will be here soon enough. Do what is needed now. Live a natural life. Sometimes less is more. Peel away illusion and cut to the bottom line. Is this good for me or not? Answer that question and every other thing will fall in place.Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18Now is a good time to fine tune your life. Set your goals, get clear on your priorities and manifest the desired results. Don't wait around. Now is the time for action. You are in the right place at the right time. T iming is good to begin new projects. Transform blocked energy into new beginnings. Go for it with gusto.Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20Set healthy, productive boundaries. Work within them to the fullest. Refuse to allow yourself to be pushed around. Now is a good time to clean up loose ends and nagging responsibilities left hanging too long. Open your imagination and vision. You know what is right. Trust this great inner vision and all will be well.ScopesF rom page B1

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Dr ive, Port Canaveral. C all (321) 868-2226. Heidis Jazz Club: S teve K irsner and Al Goldenberg will play 5-8 p.m., and The R on Teixeira Trio will play 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Friday. Heidis is at 7 N. Orlando Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4559. Key West Bar: R ed Tide will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday. Key West is at 2286 Highway A1A, I ndian Harbour Beach. C all (321) 773-1577. Lous Blues: Mo Geetz will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday. Switch will play 9:30 p.m. to closing Saturday. Spanks Band will play 9 p .m. to 1 a.m. Thursday. Lous Blues is at 3191 N. H ighway A1A, Indialantic. C all (321) 779-2299. Main Street Pub: The Ko re will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. The Hitmen will play 610 p.m. Saturday. Main Str eet Pub is at 705 E. New Ha ven Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 723-7811. Malabar Mos: The Kore will play 4-8 p.m. Sunday. Mo s is at 2805 Malabar R oad, Malabar. C all (321) 725-8374. Martin Andersen Senior Ce nter: S teve Kirsner and Fr iends will play 7:30-10:30 p .m. Friday. Martin Andersens is at 1025 S. Florida Ave ., Rockledge. Call (321) 631-7549. Matts Casbah: The Don S oledad Group will play 6:30-9:30 p.m. Friday. Matts C asbah is at 801 E. New Ha ven, Melbourne. C all (321) 574-1099. Millikens Reef: P anama will play 5-10 p.m. Saturday. Ma rc Dobson will play 5-9 p .m. Monday. Millikens is at 683 Dave Nisbet Drive, Port C anaveral. C all (321) 7830100. Normans Raw Bar & Gr ill: S lick Willie will play 711 p.m. Saturday. Normans is at 3 Forrest Ave., Cocoa. C all (321) 433-0872. Oh Shucks: J ohn Quinliv an Band, Heartbreaker, will play 7-11 p.m. Friday and 610 p.m. Saturday. Oh Shucks is at the Cocoa Beach Pier, 401 Meade Ave., Cocoa B each. C all (321) 783-4050. Ozzies Crabhouse: Ana and Gary Kirby will play 610 p.m. Friday. Kevin McC ullers will play 6-10 p .m. Saturday. Sybil Gage will play 4-8 p.m. Sunday. A tlantic Bluegrass will play 7-9 p.m. Wednesday. Ozzies is at 4391 Dixie Highway N.E., Palm Bay. C all (321) 724-0009. Pineda Inn: Marc Dobson will play 8 p.m. to midnight Friday. The Pineda Inn is at 6355 North U.S. Highway 1 (U.S. 1 and Suntree B oulevard), Rockledge/Melbourne. C all (321) 751-5311. Pintos Lounge: G-Whiz A coustic (live entertainment) will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and 8 p.m. to midnight Sunday. Pintos is at 7555 S. Highway U.S. 1, T itusville. C all (321) 2697665. Riverside Bar & Grill: The Supercats will play 7-11 p .m. Friday. The James Gang will play 7-11 p.m. Saturday. F at City (classic rock) will play 4-8 p.m. Sunday. Riverside Bar & Grill is at 4720 D ixie Highway N.E., Palm Bay. C all (321) 574-0520. Sandbar Sports Grill: Lionheart will play 4-8 p.m. S unday. Jam session is 9 p .m. to closing Monday. S andbar Sports Grill is at 4301 Ocean Beach Blvd., C ocoa Beach. Call (321) 799-2577. Sebastian Beach Inn: Ke nny Williams will play at 5:30 p.m. Friday. Absolute B lue will play Sunday for the deck party. The Sebastian Beach Inn is at 7035 S. Highway A1A, M elbourne Beach. C all (321) 728-4311. Siggys All-American Bar: S taring Blind will play at 9:30 p.m. Friday. Siggys is at 1153 Malabar Road N.E., No 1, Palm Bay. C all (321) 952-0104. Squid Lips: S pace Fish will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. Squid Lips is at 1477 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne. C all (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. Call (321) 783-8485. Thirsty Bones: The S panks Band will play 9:30 p .m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday. Thirsty Bones is at 221 Crockett Blvd., Merritt I sland. C all (321) 452-0568. Thirsty Lizard: M edusa will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday. Wicked Garden Gnomes will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Saturday. The Thirsty Lizard is at 1132 H ighway A1A, Satellite B each. C all (321) 777-7228. Wet Spot: W ednesday night is jam night with J ohnny Fever 7-11 p.m. All musicians are welcome. The W et Spot is at 3650 Dixie Hi ghway N.E., Palm Bay. C all (321) 728-3055. Wynfields Sports Bar: L una Pearl will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday. Wednesday night is jam night with the B one Dogs 8 p.m. to midnight. Wynfields is at 190 H ighway A1A, Satellite B each. C all (321) 773-8460. Editors note :T o have your live music listed in the Club Scene,send your venues entertainment schedule to brevnews@hometownnewsol.com. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 30, 2011 Melbourne B3 1901 Palm Bay Rd PALM BAY(Just E. of Babcock) M-Sat 11-10pm Sun 11-9pm729-8338 www.ranchoviejofl.com VISIT OUR NEW BAR! Best In Brevard Brevards Best Margaritas $500OFF$500OFFANY PURCHASEof $25 or more.Not to be combined with any other offer. 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FRIDAY, SEPT 30 Oceanides: a longboard surf movie about women: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30. C ocoa Beach Public Library, 550 N. Brevard Ave., Cocoa B each. A premier showing of the longboard surf film O ceanides will be held on Fr iday, Sept. 30 at Cocoa B each Public Library. The event is sponsored by the Cocoa Beach Surf Museum and Sunseed Co-op. R efreshments will be served. It is a way to kick off the S econd Annual Florida W omen of the Waves Weekend, which will be held Saturday, Oct. 1 through Sunday, Oct. 2. F or more information on the weekends activities,go to the museums website at cocoabeachsurfmuseum.org/ calendar or call Melody at (321) 537-2045.SAT URDAY, OCT. 1 Alzheimers Associations Walk to End Alzheimers 2011: 8 a.m. S aturday, Oct. 1. The Av enue, Viera. The Alzheimers Associations Walk to End Alzheimers will take place on Saturday, Oct. 1, at The Av enue in Viera. R egistration begins at 8 a.m., and the walk begins at 9 a.m. Erik Von Ancken of CBS N ews is the master of ceremonies for the walk, with music provided by 98.5 The B each. To start a team or make a donation for Walk to End Alzheimers visit www.alz.org/walk F or more information,call (800) 272-3900. Fr ee basketball clinic offered: 1-3 p.m. Saturday, O ct. 1. Rodes Park Community Center, 3410 Flanagan Ave ., West Melbourne. Br evard County Parks and R ecreation, along with coach David Gartrelle and B ig City Basketball, is offering a free basketball skills clinic on Saturday, Oct. 1, at the Rodes Park Community C enter in West Melbourne. C oach Gartrelle and his staff will provide free instruction on basketball basics for children ages six through 16 who want to improve their game. Par ticipants will learn shooting, ball handling, r ebounding, defense and more. Par ents of participants will be eligible to win a scholarship for their child to attend the upcoming Big City Basketball classes that begin Oct. 22 at the community center. F or more information, visit www.coachgartrelle.com or call (321) 525-2535. The Haunted Lair and food drive: 7 p.m. Saturday, O ct. 1 through Sunday, Oct. 30. Super Flea, 4835 W. Eau Ga llie Blvd., Melbourne. The Haunted Lair returns to the Super Flea this year for more terrifying thrills and chills. O pening Oct. 1 and running through Oct. 30, The H aunted Lair is a maze of terror beyond imagination, based on famous horror movies. S uper Flea has been the host of The Haunted Lair for ro ughly five years, and each and every year it gets better and better. The Haunted Lair is asking that fans give back to the community by bringing cans/boxes of food to r eplenish food banks around the county. F or their generosity the lair will, for a minimum of five cans/boxes of food per person, will take $1 off the admission fee to The Haunted Lair. The food drive, appropriately named Dare to Care, is looking to receive a minimum of 3,000 cans/boxes of food. All donations will be distributed to local food banks in the area. The Haunted Lair will be open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night from 7 p .m. to 11 p.m. through Oct. 30 at the Super Flea. F or more information,call (321) 242-1947 www.superfleamarket.com.SUNDAY, OCT. 2 Breast Friends Ride for the Girls: 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 2. Honda of Melbourne, 790 S. Apollo Blvd, M elbourne. Br east Friends, national nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for female cancer patients, will have a police-escorted ride Sunday. R egistration time is 9:30 a.m. with kick stands up at 11 a.m. Br east Friends is expecting 500-700 motorcycles. R adio station 98.5 FM the B each WSBH will be announcing this event. R egistration for either ri der or passenger is $15, which includes lunch and r ide. Riders Preregistration For ms are available at Bikersforbreasts@gmail.com. The ride will start and end at Honda of Melbourne, 790 S outh Apollo Blvd, Melbourne. S ponsorships are available. F or more information, visit www.breastfriends.com or call (321) 720-2416. Cr afters and vendors needed for Christmas in O ctober Bazaar: 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22 at P alm Bay Christian Church, 344 Emerson Drive N.W., P alm Bay. S paces are available for $25 if you provide your own table. A table can be provided for $10 extra. F or more information please call the church at (321) 724-0491,(321) 6764238 or check the church website at www.pbcconline.org. B asketball clinic: N oon to 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 2. V iera High School, 6103 Stadium Parkway, Viera. This is a basketball clinic for children ages 7 to 17. The start time will be 1 p .m., and registration starts at noon. The cost is $50 per player. Each registered player will r eceive an Adidas camp Tshirt and a backpack full of goodies, compliments of Chick-Fil-A, AAU, Space Co ast Sports Promotion and other companies. F riday, September 30, 2011 B4 MelbourneHometown News SARAH MINORLicensed Medical AestheticianFB071587313 y ears experience in the industry.2061 PalmBay Road, Ste. 100, N.E. Palm Bay sarah@gladeyecarecenter.com3217 22-32233217 22-3223 WE ARE to introduce...(FACE) (FACE) BOGO 1/2 OFFFACIAL 725-3990251 Florida Ave. Melbourne www.MelbourneTerraceRehab.comInpatient & Outpatient Rehabilitation Services MAXIMIZE PHYSICAL WELLNESS PROMOTE INDEPEN DENCE & HEALING ENHANCE PERSONAL DIGNITY Scott L. Olson, President Atlantic Financial Advisors, LLC R egistered Investment Advisor 3682 N. Wickham Rd., Melbourne phone (321) 751-5599 (800) 779-4744 Scott L. Olson, President Atlantic Financial Advisors, LLC R egistered Investment Advisor 3682 N. Wickham Rd., Melbourne phone (321) 751-5599 (800) 779-4744 Scott L. 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Hello, smart shoppers. This week I will cover what to do with leftover turkey and the turkey frame and then well add some additions to the holiday dinner. If you have a lot of turkey left over do as I do place some stuffing in a small zipper freezer bag. Do the same with the gravy. Place sliced turkey in a large bag; insert the other bags and freeze. In no time youll have dinner in a flash. Then next week, my versions of two other great quick dinners. When it comes to turkey soup theres none to compare with my Moms I talian style. Its a kids favorite and, according to my grandson, Addison, has magical healing powers. Hes 22 now, but from the time when he was a little tyke an upset stomach, a cold, a headache, a scraped knee, even a burned finger would surely get better if only I would make him some tourkey soup. Enjoy, see you next w eek!TU TU R R KE KE Y S Y S O O U U P, P, IT IT ALIAN ST ALIAN ST YLE YLEWhen I make soup, I always use a pressure cooker. Turkey soup will take about 1/2 hour to make in a pressure cooker and two hours in a pot. 1 turkey frame 1 large onion, 3-inches in diameter, peeled, sliced 3 large stalks celery with leaves, cut up 1 teaspoon salt 1/2-teaspoon black pepper 2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley or 1 tablespoon dried parsley H alf of an 8-ounce can tomato sauce (adds nice color, very little flavor) 6-quart stock pot or pressure cooker W ash turkey frame, r emove all traces of skin and stuffing. If the turkey frame is very large, you might have to do this in two batches. Never worry that you have too much. It freezes great. P lace all ingredients in the pot and fill two-thirds with water. Cook two hours in pot or as instructed with pressure cooker. P our soup into large colander that has been placed over a large container. When cool enough to handle, remove meat from bones and add to soup. T oo much meat? Freeze it for a casserole. Mash vegetables with fork or hands and add to soup. R eturn soup to pot and bring to a boil. Make baby meat balls, about 3/4-inch in diameter, and drop (raw) into boiling broth. C ook about 10 minutes. Chill soup. When ready to serve, remove all fat that has congealed on top of soup. Bring soup to a boil, add medium size noodles that have been cooked halfway and cook until tender. Serve with a sprinkling of grated Italian cheese. NOTE: My family always used Muellers Kuluski noodles for this soup. Although not easy to find, theyre sure worth the search. I have recently found that linguini pasta, broken up works great. When cooked, they resemble the noodles in canned chicken noodle soup.B B AB AB Y M Y M EA EA T T B B ALLS/C ALLS/C O O C C KT KT AI AI L L M M EA EA T B T B ALLS ALLSBa by meat balls are wonderful in soups. Make them a little larger and cook them in spaghetti sauce for delicious cocktail meat balls. 1 pound fat-free fresh ground beef or brand name ground turkey* 1/2-teaspoon garlic powder 2 eggs or egg whites or equivalent egg substitute 1/2-cup bread crumbs 1/2-teaspoon salt 1/4-teaspoon pepper 1 tablespoon parsley flakes H andful grated Romano cheese M ix all ingredients together with your hands, shape and add to boiling broth or simmering spaghetti sauce. *Beware of store ground turkey it can contain quite a lot of fat. C C R R AN AN B B E E R R RY RY S S U U R R P P R R I I S S E R E R E E LI LI S S H H ser ser ves 6 to 8 ves 6 to 8Tr y this wonderful relish in place of ordinary Italian-style turkey soup and delicious additions ROMANCING THE STOVEwith the Grammy Guru ARLENE BORG A host of camp directors will be attending, including former NBA players, NBA coaches, NBA scouts, curr ent college and high school coaches, along with former college players and college athletes. F or more information,call (321) 446-2556. Strike for Hope bowling fundraiser: 3-5 p.m. Sunday, O ct. 2. Shore Lanes, 4851 D airy Road, M elbourne/Palm Bay. Whether new at bowling or an expert at the alley, bowlers young and old wont want to miss the third annual Strike for Hope bowling fundraiser 3-5 p.m. Sunday, O ct. 2, at Shore Lanes. The event provides an opportunity for families and friends to enjoy an afternoon of bowling while helping the Brevard Neighborhood Development C oalition, a United Way agency that revitalizes impoverished communities. To r eserve a spot or for more information,call (321) 253-4214 or visit www.BNDCserve.org.MONDAY, OCT. 3 E ssentials hosts Fifth Annual Cancer Survivor Day: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, Oct. 3. Essentials Spa, S alon & Rejuvenation Center, 1705 Berglund Lane, V iera. Essentials Spa, Salon & R ejuvenation Center has announced the Fifth Annual C ancer Survivor Day. This years benefit will be hosted on Monday at the V iera location. Essentials will open exclusively for those who are curr ently undergoing treatment and for those who have r ecently undergone treatment from October 2010-11. The Essentials team would like to invite local cancer survivors to a full day of complimentary pampering. Sur vivors are welcome to book two complimentary services from a menu including: massages, facials, makeup application, manicures, pedicures, shampoo and styling or wig styling. In order to receive complimentary services, call (321) 722-2860 to book an appointment, as space is limited. Sur vivors must submit a doctors note of approval prior to Oct. 3 to receive their services. C omplimentary food, beverages, gifts and door prizes will be available through out the day. F or more information,call (321) 722-2860 or e-mail cmennen@essentialsspa.com. Ev ents at Lipscomb Park in Melbourne: 6-7 p.m. Mondays: Open co-ed volleyball. Cost will be $8 residents and $10 non-residents for a four w eek session. 6-7 p.m. Tuesdays: O utdoor bowling, ages 8 to 15. Cost is $8 for r esidents and $10 for non -residents for four weeks. 8:30-10:30 a.m. T uesdays and Thursdays: P ee Wee Playtime, ages 1 through 5. Cost is $2 per visit. 6-10 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8: Fall youth dance. Dance will be for youth in grades third through sixth. Cost will be $3 per person. R efreshments will be available. The Lipscomb Street C ommunity Center is at 3316 S. Monroe St., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 674-5725. Z umba classes offered at POW/MIA Park: 6-7 p.m. M ondays. POW/MIA Park, 5995 North U.S. Highway 1, M elbourne. Br evard County Parks and R ecreation offers Zumba fitness classes in the community building at POW/MIA Pa rk on Monday evenings 67 p.m. Z umba Fitness is the Latin-inspired dance-fitness program that blends red-hot international music and dance steps. The fee is $5 per class, and no reservations are r equired. The instructor, Victoria R eddell, is a licensed Zumba F itness Instructor. She holds CPR and pediatric first aid certification and is licensed to teach Zumba toning and childrens ZumbAtomic classes in addition to Basic Z umba fitness. F or more information,email the instructor at V ictor ia@321fitnessparty.com or visit www.321fitnessparty.com. Classic spooky tales at the library: 7 p.m. Monday, O ct 3. Eau Gallie Public Library, 1521 Pineapple Ave ., Melbourne. The Brevard Theatrical Ensembles master tellers will present Classic Spooky T ales at the Eau Gallie Library Monday. The event is free to the adult public. F or more information, visit www.brevardensemble.com, e-mail ladygailbte@earthlink.net or call (321) 676-0697.TU ESDAY, OCT. 4 Art of Sand volunteers needed: The second annual Art of S and Festival is scheduled for Oct. 14-23, at Space Co ast Stadium in Viera. V olunteers are needed to make this event a success. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 30, 2011 Melbourne B5 AFFORDABLE Pr ivate Apartments & Suites (all utilities except telephone included) Starting at $1850 Separate,Secured Memory Care Starting at $2850 Three Delicious Home Cooked Meals per day Plus Snacks and Beverages Weekly Housekeeping Including Personal and Flat Laundry,Ironing Complimentary Lunch with TourBethesda Senior CareIndependent,Assisted,Secure Memory Care2800 Fordham Rd.NE,Palm Bay,FL 32905321-723-3288License # AL-4788 Scheduled Transportation to Shopping, Banking,Appointments,Church & Activities 24 hour Personal Care Assistance and Medication Management Emergency Response Systems Resident Safety Checks and Hourly Rounds Church on Premises 22 New Units NOW OPEN! F amily O wned & Operated Community Yard S ale October 8th8:00 am to 2:00 pm We Make Computers FREEESTIMATES Residential & Business PCRepair Virus Removal Networking PC Tune Ups Training Data Recovery Printer Repair PCUpgradesCALLTODAY426.8336FAST & A ffordableSMILE SPECIAL VISITOR RATES AVAILABLE AT:772828-4100 OCTOBER 25TH 30THAT INDIAN RIVER STATE COLLEGE Susan Hawkins(321) 242-1013Y our Melbourne Hometown News Advertising ConsultantF OR A HIGHQUALITY, LOW COST,E FFECTIVE AD PLEASE CALL:She can take care of all your advertising needs! R omancing the StoveArlene Borg The Grammy Guruwww.HometownNewsOL.com R ecipes S tories Archives & More Locator Line. Shopping Line321.727.8062 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! $2000OFFANY CLOCK REPAIRSwith coupon Exp. 10/14/11Welcome BackSnowbirds!CalendarF rom page B4 See CALENDAR, B7

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F riday, September 30, 2011 B6 MelbourneHometown News Answers located in Classified Section 321-242-1013 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Florida V olunteers Needed Jennifer K.Ride @ (407) 478-2996 Jennifer@BBBSCFL.orgCommunity Corkboard is provided as a public service byand is available to any not-for-profit corporation requesting items of need from our community.Requests will run in Community Corkboardon an As Availablebasis.Call Sylvia to request the available space. Literacy Alliance of Brevard V olunteers needed throughout Brevard County to tutors adults. Also need volunteers to assist with inventory,fundraising and public speaking.For info, contact at 321-267-0099, brevardliteracy@bellsouth.net or www.brevardliteracy.org W omens Center V olunteer Needed for V olunteer Coordinating Pr ev ious volunteer experience preferred. 8 10 hours per week. 242-3110,Ext 331 T he Central Brevard S haring Center V olunteers are needed for several positions. F or Info Call: (321) 631-0306 or e-mail dbrubaker@ sharingcenter.org www.sharingcenter.org SHINE Ser ving Health Insurance N eeds for Elders V olunteers needed to counsel seniors on their health insurance.Call 752-8080 for more info. Crosswind Y outh Services V olunteer Opportunities! T utoring,mentoring, arts/crafts instructor, S pecial projects,admin., & clerical and Safe Place. Call 452-0800 S enior TranServe S eeking volunteers,using their personal vehicles,to transport homebound seniors to appointments, grocery shopping,etc. Call 321-639-4868 Ext 282for more information Lions Club of Satellite Beach "We Serve" S eeking New Members F or More Information Contact: Joe Hauser at 321-452-0376 Become a Red Cross Youth VolunteerAmerican Red CrossCall 890-1002 for info S outh Brevard S haring Center Pl ease extend your blessings by donating your gently used furniture to bless others. Call (321) 727-8581 Council of Brevard Meals on Wheels V olunteer drivers needed throughout Brevard County.Deliver Meals, S miles,& Encouragement to homebound seniors. Call (321) 639-8770 Central Brevard Humane SocietyItems Needed: P aper Towels,White Copy Paper & Dr y & Wet Cat FoodF or info,contact (321) 636-3343 or www.crittersavers.com. Satellite Steve(321) 636-3474Call God in 9/11 then, now, alwaysT en years ago this month, hate and violence r esulted in horrific acts by a group of terrorist elites, who felt slighted somehow by the United States. They attacked our country and our people, killing thousands and damaging not just buildings and lives but our very sense of safety. On Sept. 11, 2001 they r ipped a hole in the fabric of our being. It was an awful, terrible, ungodly and very sinful thing to do. On the streets and in the town squares and living r ooms of America and throughout the world, there was an amazing coming together in the immediate aftermath. There was a great and wonderful outpouring of love and concern for the victims; people helping people touched us in amazing ways. Love was in the air. Heavenly powers way of doing things took over the hearts of us everyday Joes and Ja nes, and we were moved to tears by the power of it. C ompassion reigned. P eople ask, where God was on Sept. 11, 2001? The answer is God was there calling us to our better way of helping and caring and coming together, and God was there in all the love that resulted from our heeding that call. We dropped whatever may have bugged us about each other and came together. We forgave past differences and we loved our neighbors as our selves. In the wake of a dark disaster was this great light. O ut of the tragedy came beautiful love and stunning sacrifices people made and gave for strangers. We can still sense Gods presence ripple in time from the pure compassion and caring shown. We can also sense Gods presence in the sense of horror that still ripples in time. It s the voice of God telling humans to stop senseless violence, most especially violence fraudulently claimed to be on Gods behalf. And if we listen carefully, Gods voice is also calling us to something we may not want to hear. It s Gods voice that Christians hear through J esus if they listen. Its a voice telling us to forgive. J esus was very clear on the matter: Christians are to forgive. Jesus tells us this in all the Gospels. And he practiced it himself. One of the last things he does on the cross is pray RELIGIONSCOTT ELLIOTT See R ELIGION, B7 cranberry sauce. 1 4-serving package cranberry or orangepineapple gelatin 3/4-cup boiling water 1 large stalk celery, chopped 1 orange, peeled and chopped One 16-ounce can cranberry sauce, jellied or whole berry 1/2-cup chopped walnuts D issolve gelatin in boiling water, add remaining ingredients, place in mold and chill. Un-mold several hours before serving by dipping mold in hot water for a few seconds and inverting onto a plate. Chill until firm. Cut in wedges and serve.R R O O A A STE STE D D M M I I XE XE D N D N UTS UTSAll nuts taste better r oasted, except for the butternut, (large, angular, hard to crack, dark brown nuts). P lace nuts on acookie sheet, being sure not to crowd them, and roast in the center of a 350-degree preheated oven for 12 to 15 minutes, shaking pan midway through. Test a nut when cool, and if its not crunchy and wonderful, place them back in the oven and roast a little longer. To order my cookbook, access past columns or check out great tips go to my website, www.romancingthestove.net.GrammyF rom page B5 Last weekend for The GraduateThe Titusville Playhouse presents The Graduate on the main stage. Pr esented by special arrangement with Samuel French Inc., New York City, and directed by Nancy Speno, the show dates for The Graduate are: Friday and S aturday, Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 at 8 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 D iscover. 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.Photography exhibit with 10 local photographers Br evard Community Co llege Planetarium Gallery and Brevard Cultural Alliance present a black-and-white photography exhibit on the Br evard Community College C ocoa Campus. The photographers participating in this exhibit include: J ohn Andreozzi, Fred B enavidez, Terri Wells, R ebecca Chupka, Stan Cr andell, Patricia Corapi, K evin Curl, Dawn Currie, Anthony Guidone and Tony Str ong. 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. 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. Fo r more information,call (321) 690-6817 or visit www.artsbrevard.org. Brevard Cultural Alliances exhibit program Br evard Cultural Alliance has reached a milestone. The BCA Art in Public Places Pr ogram now displays more than 500 works of art in r otating exhibits throughout Br evard County. The artwork, created and exhibited by more than 200 individual area artists and gallery members, is displayed in a variety of venues and r otated every four months. The program provides artists a showcase for their talent. V enues now include: M elbourne International Airport; Space Coast Cancer C enters located in Merritt I sland, Titusville and Viera; H olmes Regional Medical C enter; Lexus of Melbourne; GrayRobinson Attorneys at Law; Community Credit U nion; BCC Planetarium; Br evard Workforce; Dixie Crossroads Restaurant; and many government buildings. V isit the BCA cultural event calendar at www.artsbrevar d.org/events/events_list.ht ml> online for a list of current exhibits. B usinesses and organizations interested in participating in the Art in Public Places Exhibit Program can contact Ly nne Brezina at Brevard C ultural Alliance,(321) 6906817 or e-mail lynne.brezina@artsbrevard.org.Opening reception: How Deep is your Color exhibition The Fifth Avenue Art Gallery has announced the opening of the exhibit,How Deep is y our Color. V isit with the artists as you peruse the artwork and enjoy light refreshments at the First Fr iday Art Walk, 5:30-8 p.m. Fr iday, Oct. 7. The reception is free and open to the public. The exhibit runs Oct. 1-31. Fi fth Avenue Art Gallery is at 1470 Highland Ave., Melbourne. Fo r more information,all (321) 259-8261 or visit www.fifthavenueartgallery.co m. Dirty Dozen Fiber Art exhibitThe Dirty Dozen Fiber Artists will transform the B outique 4 Quilters classr oom into an exhibit of more than 50 original fiber art pieces, made with a variety of materials and techniques. In addition, two group projects will be featured. R eception will be 1-3 p.m. O ct. 8. B outique 4 Quilters is located at 2945 W. New Haven Ave ., West Melbourne.Art Gallery of Viera presents Halloweird! H alloweird? You read it r ight. Its a celebration of being outside the box, of all things creative and weird, just in time for Halloween. Arts notes Subscribe Today!www.hometownnewsol.com KNOWLEDGEISA TERRIBLETHING TOW ASTE...

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V isit the Art of Sand website at www.ArtofSand.org to complete an application. The Brevard Cultural Alliance is hosting a volunteer kick-off and orientation on Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 5:30 p .m. at Space Coast Stadium, 5800 Stadium Parkway, V iera. This volunteer event will include a tour of the stadium, a behind the scenes look at the sculptures in progress and learning more about volunteer opportunities. The 2011 Art of Sand Festival will feature many of the worlds best master sculptors creating breath-taking, one-of-a-kind 3D sand sculptures each its own work of art standing up to 18 feet tall and weighing up to 10 tons of sand. This years international lineup includes artists from S ingapore, Italy, Russia, C anada, Ireland, United S tates and The Netherlands. F or more information,email K athy.Engerran@artsbrevard.org, Josh@scbmarketing.com or call (321) 690-6817 or (321) 622-5986.WEDN ESDAY, OCT. 5 Li lS ports classes offered in West Melbourne: 4-5 p.m. Wednesdays. Rodes Pa rk C ommunity Center, M ax K. Rodes Park, 3410 F lanagan Ave., West Melbourne. Br evard County Parks and R ecreation is offering a Lil S ports program on Wednesdays from 4 to 5 p.m. at the R odes Park Community C enter in West Melbourne. The center is located inside the new Max K. Rodes Park on Flanagan Avenue. Lil Sports is a program specifically designed for children ages 3-5 years old and is structured to teach the basics of a variety of different sports in a safe, encouraging environment. The cost is $30 per month. F or more information,call (321) 987-0647 or visit www.LilSports.net. W hats New at the Brevard Z oo?: 7-9 p.m. W ednesday, Oct. 5. Clubhouse, Isles of Baytree, 456 Afew weeks ago, I told y ou all about some of the newest drivers on the market. If youre hitting y our driver well, the next clubs you need in your bag are great wedges. After all, what good is hitting the ball far if you cannot hit it close with your next shot? N ext to your putter, your w edges are the most-used clubs in your golf bag. You use them for shots from the fairway, pitches and chips around the greens and to get out of green-side bunkers or other trouble y ou may find. H aving a wedge that has the right feel and puts the r ight amount of spin on the ball, which allows you to control those delicate shots, is a must for any golfer. And now that the USGA has banned manufacturers from making we dges or irons with square or box grooves, we are seeing a lot of different ideas on how to get the ball to still spin and keep you in control. N early every manufacturer has taken to milling the faces of their wedges to give golfers the flattest and most consistent surface possible. They are also using those milling marks to add more spin to shots. N ikes (www.nike.com) newest wedge is the VR Pro For ged. It features the companys X3X technology. N ike has added more grooves, made them deeper and put them closer together on the face. In addition to the new grooves, a precision laser crosshatch pattern is applied to the face between the grooves. This unique pattern adds three times the surface texture of conventional faces. The re sult is a wedge that spins the ball from any lie, in any condition. For ged from S20C steel, the VR Pro wedges also provide excellent feel for shots around the green. There are 10 different lofts available, allowing golfers to find the right wedges to fill their set and game. I found the pair I tested to produce great spin and control. I even spun back a few shots from the fairway! My friends at Tour Edge Exotics (www.exoticsgolf.com) came up with the Xtreme S pin wedge line to comply with the new USGA rules. Exotics milled wedges feature a 1025-milled carbon steel face that is a mere 1.5mm thick and backed by a hollow core that is filled with a thermal plastic elastomer. Coupled with milled grooves and micro-edging on the face, Exotics has created a wedge that spins the ball equally w ell on full and partial shots. N ot stopping there, designers added to the uniqueness of these w edges by placing a r emovable weight screw, allowing golfers to adjust the swing weight of the club by changing the screw and dialing in the precise feel and performance they desire. The Xtreme wedge line comes in six lofts from 50 to 60 degrees. In my testing I really liked being able to adjust the swing weight. I prefer a heavier wedge and was able to bump these up a bit. The insert also provided for a soft feel on touch shots. All wedges come with what is called bounce. This is the angle between the leading edge and the bottom of the sole. A wedge with high bounce prevents digging and works well from fluffy lies and sand. Low bounce insures performance from tight lies, such as you find in the fairway or closely mowed areas around the greens. The V-Sole wedge line from Eidolon Golf (www.eidolongolf.com) is designed to give you the best of both. Depending on how you address the ball with the club, you bring one portion of the sole into play. Another great feature is that Eidolons wedge line features lofts from 47 to 61 degrees. Each wedge is cast from soft 8620 carbon steel and then CNC-milled for ultimate feel and precision. I can attest that the V-Sole works well. These wedges we re very easy to hit from any lie. The Niblick from Cleveland Golf (www.Clevelandgolf.com) is a truly unique club. The company calls it a S hort Iron Hybrid, a combination of a wedge sole, putter length, iron shape and hybrid stability. W ith this club players are able to hit four different types of shots including chips, pitches, approaches and recoveries. The Niblick comes in three lofts: 42, 49 and 56 degrees. I found it performed very w ell on tight lies around the greens and from off pine needles. It allows you to hit many shots with just one club. If you want to lower your score, you need to hit the ball close to the hole. T odays technology will help you do just that. J ames Stammer has been an avid golfer and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years.He hosts the Thursday N ight Golf Show on WSTU 1450-AM.Contact him at stammergolf@yahoo.com. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 30, 2011 Melbourne B7 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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Public Golf At Its Finest! Crane Creek ReserveGolf Course at Melbourne475 W. New Haven Ave. 321-674-5716 Mallards LandingGolf Course at Melbourne2750 Lake Washington Rd 321-255-4606W eekdays: 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM W eekends &Holidays: 1 0:30 AM to 3:30 PM W eekdays: 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM W eekends &Holidays: 1 0:30 AM to 3:30 PM$25 Golf &Lunch Special$25 Golf &Lunch Special 18 Holes/with Cart PLUSLUNCH 18 Holes/with Cart PLUSLUNCH 9 Holes with Cart$1400+taxStarts at Noon9 Holes with Cart$1400+taxStarts at Noonthat God forgive his executioners. And the first thing he tells his followers after the resurr ection is, Peace be with y ou. As the Father has sent me, so I send you. When he had said this, he breathed on them and said to them, Receive the Holy S pirit. If you forgive the sins of any, they are forgiven them; if you retain the sins of any, they are retained. We may not want to forgive, but it is where Jesus calls us, even in 9/11. It is a call to forgive, not to forget, but to forgive. And if Jesus is right, until we forgive, those sins will not go away. The Rev.Scott Elliott is pastor at Riviera United Church of Christ in Palm Ba y.V isit Riviera UCCs website at r ivieraucc.org. ReligionF rom page B6 Finally found drivers you love? Now look for great wedges GOLFJAMES STAMMER CalendarF rom page B5 See CALENDAR, B8

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F riday, September 30, 2011 B8 MelbourneHometown NewsG len Abbey Way, Melbourne. M elbourne Alumnae Panhellenic will hold its next meeting at the clubhouse at the Isles of Baytree in Melbourne. The meeting runs 7-9 p .m., with a 7-7:30 p.m. social time, 7:30-8 p.m. speaker Neil Abramson, on Whats New at the Brevard Z oo? and an 8-9 p.m. business meeting. All National Panhellenic C onference sorority members are invited. F or any questions or information,please call (321) 242-5954 or visit www.melbournepanhellenic.org.THUR SDA Y, OCT. 6 No-cost blood pressure/blood sugar screenings: The Visiting Nurse Association is offering the following no-cost blood pressure/sugar screenings in O ctober: 9-11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 6: David R. Schechter C ommunity Center, 1089 S outh Patrick Drive, S atellite Beach 8:30-10 a.m. Thursday, O ct. 13. Ascension Manor, 2960 Pineapple Ave., M elbourne 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 20 (blood pressure only). Daily Br ead, 815 East Ave, M elbourne 10 a.m. to noon. Friday, O ct. 28. Crane Creek H alloween Health Fair, 2309 S. Babcock St., M elbourne 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. S aturday, Oct. 29. Martin Anderson Senior Center H ealth Fair, 1025 Florida Av e. S., Rockledge F or more information about VNA services,call (772) 567-5551 or visit www.vnatc.com. Pu mpkin Patch at Church of Viera: 10 a.m. to 8 p .m. Thursday, Oct. 6. Church of Viera, The Church at Viera is holding its 11th annual P umpkin Patch in October. The delivery truck will arrive on Wednesday, and the start date for selling will be Thursday, Oct. 6. There will be pumpkins, gourds, Indian corn and hay bales through Oct 31. The patch will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. The proceeds from this fundraiser will go toward scholarships for youth camp and youth foreign mission trips. F or more information, contact Karyn Honaker at (321) 482-1780. Ve ndors sought for craft fair and Kids Spooktacular: Br evard County Parks and R ecreation is now accepting applications for craft vendors for the Craft Fair and K ids Spooktacular on Saturday, Oct. 29 from 9 a.m. 2 p .m. at the Viera Regional C ommunity Center. Cr afters may obtain applications at the Viera Regional C ommunity Center, 2300 Fr an Jamieson Way in Viera. V endor spaces are $31.80, and include a 5-foot table. All spaces are indoors. All activities are conducted and supervised by Breva rd C ounty Parks and Re creation staff at the Viera R egional Community Center. P lease call (321)433-4891 for further information.UPCOMING EVE NTS N anas House Fourth Annual 5k Run/Walk-AThon and Family Fun Day: 7:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 8. front Street Park, Melbourne C auseway, Melbourne. Wr en Insurance Agency and Romanov Consulting present Nanas House F ourth Annual 5k R un/Walk-A-Thon and F amily Fun Day to support neglected, abused, needy, or abandoned children in the community. R ace for a Safe Place will be held Saturday, Oct. 8, at M elbourne Causeway, Front Str eet Park, and will be timed by Space Coast Event M anagement. Early registration for adults is $25, children $15 and includes: T-shirt, live music, Zumba warm-up, kids games, massages, water, Gatorade and fresh fruit. Pr ize baskets for the most pledges and walkers will include certificates to: Residence Inn by Marriott, Comfort Inn, jet ski rentals, bowling packages, Charlie and J akes, Chilis, Fired Up Pizza, Cinemaworld, etc. Check-in begins 7:30 a.m., r ace starts 8:30 a.m. V isit nanaschildrenshome.com to download r egistration forms,sponsorship opportunities and additional information.CalendarF rom page B7 Call Classified for all of your advertising Needs! 321-242-0442SPECIAL RATES TO SELL YOUR CAR! HOMETOWN NEWS! 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