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Title: Hometown news (Melbourne, FL). 2007.
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Publication Date: 11-04-2011
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681924 679745 WIN$100000UP TO WEVE GOT EMƒ COME GET EM!BUMPER STICKERS NOW AVAILABLE € SEE PAGE 6 FOR MORE DETAILSCALL242-1013TO GET YOURS IMy MELBOURNE Three policemen at Melbourne International Airport have been honored for putting their life-saving training into quick action to save the life of an airline passenger who was suffering a heart attack. At a monthly board meeting of the Melbourne Airport Authority, the officers were credited with saving the life of a woman who had stopped breathing. The incident occurred about 2:30 p.m. on S ept. 3, when the airport passenger was r eported to have passed out and become unresponsive while in a terminal restroom. Officers Brian Thompson, Richard Sadulski and Matthew Shannon quickly went into action and found that the woman was not breathing and had no pulse, according to airport police reports. Lori Booker, spokeswoman for Melbourne I nternational Airport, said the officers began resuscitating the woman with an automated external defibrillator and performed CPR. While Officer Shannon operated the defibrillator, Officer Sadulski monitored the AED, while Officer Thompson kept the woman's air passages open for breathing and for the rescue devices. All of this took place in a cramped hallway," Ms. Booker said. Melbourne airport officers save passenger's life MELBOURNE Spend any time surfing the Web and you are bound to find stories that are just too bizarre to be true. Here's a sampling, edited for length.Remember, just because it's online doesn't mean it's true! Fr om jobs.aol.com: Tr ucker rethinks next haul after crash with bees Tr uck driver Louis Holst has never been scared of bees, but he's rethinking his next long-haul load after being swarmed by 25 million of the stinging insects. H olst and his wife, Tammie, picked up 460 bee hives in S outh Dakota and were about 36 hours into their drive when he hit a sharp bend in a construction zone on Interstate 15 in southern ENTERTAINMENTB1 IN DEXAR VE L BIRDCalendarB4 ClassifiedB10 Club SceneB1 Crossword B8 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Star Scopes B1 V iewpoint A6 RO MANCING THE STOVE B3Make some delicious pies for T hanksgivingV ol. 8, No. 15 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Nov. 4, 2011 679099 See WE IRD, A5 H OW W EIRD IS THAT?!SE AN MCCARTHY Meet the farmers growing food at the Fall Harvest FestivalW ith Florida entering its peak season for produce, now is the time to visit farmers markets for fresh, locally grown food. In celebration of the season, the Brevard County Fa r mers Market will hold its first Fall Harvest Festival on Thursday, Nov. 10, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the W ickham Park Pavilion. "W e hope to make it an annual tradition in celebration of our growing season,' when a majority of our local farmers have produce back at the farmers market," said Brittany B ethel, Brevard County Fa r mers Market manager. S he said while the peak season for locally grown fruits and vegetables runs from October through J une, Florida is fortunate to have flourishing produce throughout the year such as strawberries in J uly, mangoes in August and avocadoes in September. Ms. Bethel encourages people to come to the Fall Ha rv est Festival to learn about food and the farmers that grow it. More than 20 local vendors will attend. Knowing the farmers gives you insight into the seasons, the weather and the miracle of raising food," Ms. Bethel said. "In many cases, it gives you access to a farm where y our children and grandThree receive commendations for saving stricken womanBy Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.comSee OFFICERS, A2 Super-sized sculpture Andy Stefanek/ staff photographerCurrent World Champion sand sculptor Thomas Koet of Melbourne puts the finishing touches on the nose of Ponce De Leon at this year's Second Annual Space Coast Sand Sculpting Festival, which took place at Space Coast Stadium in Viera.Senior Santa' to make stop on Space CoastNo one should feel alone during the holidays, which is why one local organization is once again playing its part to ensure that doesn't happen. F or the past 12 years, Brevard County TRIAD has been making Christmastime a little brighter for elder adults throughout the Space Coast, as part of the Senior Santa program. Fr om now through Dec. 5, the organization, which is a partnership between theGift donations accepted through Dec.5By T ammy Robertstroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee S ANTA, A9 After aerobics workout, she celebrates 101st birthdayMELBOURNE On her birthday, Joy Sawyer went through her usual water aerobics workout for more than an hour, swaying to the beat of the exercise music along with others in the pool. Then she toweled off and drove to her home in Melbourne in her new Kia car and called her older sister in Alabama. N othing unusual about that, r ight? Ex cept that Ms. Sawyer was calling her older' sister. And Ms. Sawyer just turned 101 y ears old. Ms. Sawyer, the younger sister, was feted with a surprise birthday party on the occasion of her 101st birthday on Oct. 24. Y oung children came to sing "H appy Birthday" to her, and some of the children were 97 y ears younger than Ms. S awyer. Ms. Sawyer's birthday was celebrated at Health First Pro H ealth and Fitness Center in M elbourne, where she does her water aerobics routine three days a week. "I think it's my genes," Ms. S awyer explained when asked the secret to her long and healthy life. "I 'v e enjoyed a good life, I'm healthy and I feel good. I grew up on a farm, eating vegetables and drinking my milk. I still do," she said. Ms. Sawyer was born in Alabama and raised on a farm near the town of Opp, Ala. "I did everything you do on a farm. We had a cotton farm, so I picked cotton," she recalled. Ms. Sawyer said she talks to her sister, Ruth, in Birmingham, Ala., every day. Her sister will turn 103 next Valentine's Day. Ms. Sawyer also chats with her younger brother, who is 95. Ms. Sawyer, whose ancestors came from Scotland and Ireland, was married twice, but outlived her husbands. She has one stepson from her second marriage. "I have a great-great-grandchild who turned a year old y esterday," Ms. Sawyer said. S he lives in the same house she moved into in 1958. Although Ms. Sawyer is in her second century of life, she says that it is "no big deal." "A lot of people are 100 years old," Ms. Sawyer said. B ut "not everybody is in the pool, and driving their car," said Pat Olivieri of Indialantic, who was working out with Ms. S awyer. "Y ou're the exception, period," Ms. Olivieri said. Asked what her hobbies are, Ms. Sawyer said she didn't' have time for hobbies because of household chores. "M ost people have a house, so they have to clean house, they've got a yard to take care of, they've got household duties to take care of," she said. B ut Ms. Sawyer said she couldn't explain her longevity beyond that. "I just live one day to the next," she said. H aving lived for an entire century, Ms. Sawyer recalls her early life on the farm. There weren't many cars when I was around," Ms. S awyer said. "I lived so far out on the farm, I didn't even know there was such a thing as an airplane. "W hen I was in high school, my uncle had a radio, and we'd go down to visit him and we'd listen to the radio. That was wonderful," she recalled.Joy Sawyer attributes her long and healthy life to good genes'By Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.com Staff photo by Dan GarciaJoy Sawyer celebrated her 101st birthday on Oct. 24.See 101ST, A2 By Meagan McGonemmcgone@hometownnewsol.comSee FARMER S, A4

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Only 21 idyllic 40-acre home sites have been designed so as to make each as unobtrusive to the environment as possible.Experience it to believe it!€ 40-Acre lots (with AG zoning)€ Easy build home sites € Nature trails € Common area with lake and other amenities € 9,000 square foot pavilion for lease with fully electronic conference room for 120 people with full kitchen & outdoor seating € Upgraded and maintained shell rock roads € Native and exotic birds and animals free to roam property € Natural wetlands, pine, oak, palm and cypress hammocks grace the propertyPlease contact Bryce A Babcock, MRA Realty, Inc. Cell: 772-971-9816 mrarealty71@bellsouth.net10550 NE 224th Street (Orange Ave) OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, FL 34972 The OutdoorEntertainmentThe Clubhouse 678014 Achieved IP57 rating per IEC 60529 standard. 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These are not intended to replace exams or diagnoses nor are they intended to replace a physician's care. If you suspect a medical problem please seek treatment from your doctor.Video Otoscopic Inspection & Hearing Evaluation W al-Mart1000 N. Wickham Rd. 321-259-5995Suntree/Viera8530 N. Wickham Rd. Ste. 114321-259-1029SebastianKim Ellis/Nationwide Insurance 990 B USHwy 1772-581-3660T reasure Coast Plaza2022 6th Ave € Vero Beach772-564-7200 Opening Soon in Palm Bay The officers treated the woman for about seven minutes before paramedics arrived with advanced life support systems and transported the woman to H olmes Regional Medical C enter. Officer Sadulski later went to Holmes Regional Medical C enter, where emergency staffers told him the woman had regained a pulse. They told him the officers' quick actions and immediate CPR helped save the woman's life," Ms. Booker said. Richard A. Ennis, executive director of Melbourne I nternational Airport, said he is proud to serve the public with such skilled and quick-thinking officers. "W e are immensely proud of our public safety team at M elbourne International Airport," Mr. Ennis said. This high level of dedication and professionalism starts at the top. From Chief M ichael Brewer on down, every member of our public safety team gives 100 percent." Officer Thompson said the team of officers was just glad it was in position to help the stricken passenger, who was not identified because of medical reasons. "W e all felt really good about helping the lady and getting her pulse back," said Officer Thompson, who added that the incident marked the first time he has put his CPR training into use in an emergency. "I t was just instinct," he said. "Once you get started, y ou just let your training take over. It is certainly not something you do every day." Airport Chief Brewer said airport officers are trained and certified as first-responders and are re-certified every two years. He added that the life-saving effort was the first to be applied at the airport during his 19-year tenure.OfficersF rom page A1 S he said her first telephone was a party line. When the phone rang, everybody on the party line would answer, and they'd say, Who's it for? Who's it for?' "P eople could listen to y our phone calls, and they did," she recalled. Ms. Olivieri, who works out in the pool with Ms. S awyer, said Ms. Sawyer's longevity is due to her pleasant and spirited attitude. "S he always comes in with a big smile," Ms. O livieri said. "She's just a joy to be around. Her name fits her to a T." P at O'Connor of Palm B ay said Ms. Sawyer is an inspiration to women who work out at the fitness club. "W e come to Health First because of Joy," Ms. O'Connor said. "We want to get as fit as Joy, and live as long as Joy and be as beautiful as Joy. "I was also here for her 99th birthday and her 100th, and I think she's going to keep on going," Ms. O'Connor said. Ms. Sawyer doesn't even worry about cholesterol anymore. She dug into a r ich birthday cake, and planned a big birthday lunch with her workout friends at Red Lobster. "I 'm planning on having another birthday," she said, biting into her cake.10 1stF rom page A1 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. L etters must include a phone number and home address for verification. Letters sent without phone numbers and addresses will be published in the Rants & Raves section. We welcome your opinions

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 4, 2011 Melbourne A3 677502 Elect Bill Mettrick for West Melbourne City CouncilExperience you can depend on.P olitical advertisement paid for and approved by Bill Mettrick n/p for West Melbourne City Council.Strong supporter of public safety and our Military personnel fighting to keep us safe.V ote for Bill Mettrick November 8th, 2011I will be your representative as the watchdog to the City Council to prevent fraud, waste and abuse and hold each member of the Council accountable for your tax dollars. 677444 Marshall I. Gladnick, M.D. 2061 PalmBay Road, Ste. 100, N.E. Palm Bay sarah@gladeyecarecenter.com3217 22-3223680018 T urkey Neck Got You Down? 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As dusk fell, the beachside park grew dark except for a glow of candlelight, honoring the lives of those lost. One by one, guests of all ages stood in front of the crowd and shared stories of friends or relatives, who had fallen victim to the battle against prescription drug addictions. It's the struggle of these individuals, many who spoke said, that should inspire others to get help. This hope is the overall goal of a newly formed nonprofit organization, known as Life Over Addiction. Fo r med this fall, the Breva r d-based group was created by a team of local residents, who were fed up with losing their loved ones to these preventable life choices. Their desire is to increase awareness of the current prescription pain medication epidemic by providing education and support to those who are addicted or who are becoming addicted. "W e chose to start the organization because we have lost and continue to lose our friends and family members to drugs and that ov erall lifestyle the No. 1 killer being prescription pills," said co-founder Carly S inigoi. "It has gotten out of control. Something had to be done." Ms. Sinigoi, 28, of Valkaria, is one of several co-creators of the organization, which is in the process of earning its 501(c)(3) status. W ith this, the group hopes to raise money through grants and fundraising events to assist with rehabilitation and counseling costs for those who need it. The other members, most of who grew up in the Space C oast area, are still in the early stages of developing the nonprofit, but have bonded through the group's highest objective. "W e just want to help save lives," Ms. Sinigoi said. "I have lost my two closest girlfriends to this lifestyle. So in turn, I have lost a piece of myself. But by doing this, it helps fill the void with something positive." The start of the nonprofit comes at a suitable time, as increased reports of prescription pill abuse and trafficking have recently hit the news, both locally and nationally. R ecent Brevard County headlines include Indialantic Dr. John Gayden, 58, whose Oct. 25 arrest determined he had prescribed more than 250,000 Oxycodone pills during an eight-month period, with his patients receiving little or no medical evaluation. Another is Melbourne teacher James Johnson, 56, of Quest Elementary School, who was accused of selling Oxycodone to a police informant last month. Life Over Addiction hosted its first event last Thursday, a candlelight vigil at G leason Park to remember those who lost their lives to drugs or alcohol-related incidents, Ms. Sinigoi said. "W e lit candles in their memory and also placed names and pictures on our memorial wall," she said. "W e were all very pleased with the turnout the best attendees being those who are currently struggling themselves and came for love and support. They are the reason we are doing this." Amber Dawn Lewis, 27, of M elbourne, who attended the vigil, has also played a ro le in promoting the organization via Facebook and other social networking sites. "I myself, struggled with serious addictions, and now that I've come out on the other side, helping others find their way is very important to me," Ms. Lewis said. "S o when Carly asked me to help with this group, I was more than happy to take part and offer my experience." In 2009, the Florida Medical Examiner's Report provided that nearly seven F loridians die every day to prescription drug overdoses, according to the Florida Pr escription Drug Monitoring Program Foundation w ebsite, www.flpdmpfounAndy Stefanek / staff photographerMaria Whitehead of Indialantic and son Justin Burcum of Satellite Beach attend a candlelight vigil last week at Gleason Park in Indian Harbour Beach, hosted by Life Over Addiction, a newly formed nonprofit organization. Ms. Whitehead said she became involved in the organization because she wants today's youth to know the dangers of prescription drugs.Friends,family of lost loved ones strive to educate community about dangers of prescription drugsBy T ammy Roberts Senior Staff Writertroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee ADDICTIONS, A5

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children can go to learn about nature and agriculture." Local food producers will give educational demonstrations on a variety of activities, including filleting fish, making cheese, raising backyard chickens, gardening and making natural face scrubs. A dditionally, live music, visits from local nonprofit organizations and a variety of food will offer something for everyone in the family to enjoy. The Brevard County Farmers Market was created by the U niversity of Florida Brevard C ounty Extension Service for two primary reasons: to provide a direct marketing outlet for local growers and producers, and to provide a place for consumers to purchase goods from local producers. Local farmers who sell directly to consumers cut out the middleman and get full retail price for their food, allowing families to stay on farms doing the work they love, Ms. B ethel said. "B y supporting local farmers today, you can help ensure that there will be farms in y our community tomorrow, and that future generations will have access to nourishing, flavorful and abundant food," she said. The Wickham Park Pavillion is located at 3845 North Wickham Road, next to Brevard C ommunity College's Melbourne campus. For more information, visit www.brevardcounty farmersmarket.com. In 2006, the Brevard C ounty Sheriff's Office Jail C omplex established a program providing bicycles to individuals in need. In five years, Bikes for T ykes has donated more than 3,000 bicycles to children and parents in Breva rd C ounty. L uca Trapasso and Selina Ir win received bicycles 3,000 and 3,001 on Oct. 18. B oth members of the C anaveral Police Athletic League Progam, Luca and S elina were selected to r eceive bicycles for their dedication and commitment throughout the year, said police Sgt. Scott Pikus. "B oth of these kids have been hard workers," Sgt. Pikus said. "Luca has never missed an event, and Selina is very active with PAL." Sgt. Pikus said Luca's bicycle was stolen two months ago while he was attending a PAL meeting. The Bikes for Tykes program collects donated, abandoned and unclaimed bicycles at the Brevard C ounty Sheriff's Work Fa rm in Cocoa, where inmate labor is used to r efurbish the bicycles. They are then shipped to Br evard County Sharing C enters and distributed to children in need, as well as adults without transportation. The program is a winwin," Sgt. Pikus said. "It puts inmates to work and benefits our community." B icycles can be donated to Bikes for Tykes by leaving them curbside on regular garbage collection days or by dropping them off at the Brevard County Sheriff's Work Farm at 2955 P luckbaum Road in Cocoa from 7 a.m. to 3:45 p.m., seven days a week. F or more information on r eceiving a refurbished bicycle,contact a local sharing center by calling (321) 269-6555 for North Br evard;(321) 631-0306 for C entral Brevard;(321) 7278581 for Melbourne;and (321) 676-2965 for Palm Bay. F riday, November 4, 2011 A4 MelbourneHometown News P lease e-mail photographs of the v eterans in your family to Br e vnews@hometownnewsol.com(j-peg attachments,at least 500 kbs in size) … or mail prints to H ometown News A ttn:News Clerk 380 Wickham Road North,Suite F M elbourne FL,32935759339 On V eterans Day,Nov.11, H ometown News will feature photographs of the men and w omen in our area who have served their country in the military.F or more information,call (772) 465-5656P lease include the veteran's name, military branch and rank and current city of residence. 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Bobby Gardner and Maj. Greg Robertson, both of the Brevard County Sherriff's Office, present a bicycle to Luca Trapasso (far right) and his mother, Michelle Trapasso. Photo courtesy of Brevard County Farmers MarketChuck Gomez, a weekly vendor at the Brevard County Farmers Market, examines the roots of bib lettuce. He is the owner of Pure Produce, which grows hydroponic lettuces, tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, mushrooms and herbs.F armersF rom page A1

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The Brand names of the drugs listed are for your reference purpose only. The dispensed drug will be generic or as permitted by law.ŽDRUG SPECIALSZ-Pak250 MG6 Tablet$10Levaquin500 MG10 Tablet$15Aricept10 MG30 Tablet$15CozaarAllStrengths30 tablet$15HyzaarAll Strengths30 Tablet$15Ortho-Tri-Cyclen28 Tablet$15 Police report Melbourne Police Department Charay Butler, 34, address unknown, was charged Oct. 21 with fleeing/attempting to elude a police officer, resisting arrest without violence, driving a motor vehicle without a license, felony child neglect and felony driving under the influence. Harvey Flagg, 18, of 984 Hayes Court, M elbourne, was charged Oct. 21 with aggrav ated assault with a deadly weapon. Patrick Neil Waldron, 40, of 1778 Bruman S t., Melbourne, was charged Oct. 21 with grand theft auto and driving while license suspended.P alm Bay Police Department Terrance Devon Anderson, 28, of 2880 Wi ckham Road, Melbourne, was charged O ct. 22 on an out-of-county warrant, with possession of marijuana with intent to sell, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and possession of drug paraphernalia. Andi Kay Seminick, 23, of 2000 Elm St., M elbourne, was charged Oct. 25 with possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to sell and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana.W est Melbourne P olice Department Michael McAllister, 25, of 897 Huntington St. N.E., Palm Bay, was charged Oct. 27 with trespassing an occupied structure/conveyance, disorderly conduct and obstructing justice.Brevard County Sheriff's Office Marco Gian Giorio, 63, address unknown, was charged Oct. 21 with passing forged/altered identification to a secondhand property dealer and larceny. Michael Lenord Seigler, 33, of 780 Carolyn St., Melbourne, was charged Oct. 21 with two counts of possession of cocaine. Matthew T. Troso, 19, of 1200 Arnold Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged Oct. 21 with selling marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to sell and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana. Paul James Erwin II, 50, of 1838 Pinewood Road, Melbourne, was charged O ct. 22 with possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana, felony driving under the influence and two counts of possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Laura M. Korisch, 45, address unknown, was charged Oct. 22 on an out-of-county warrant. Daryl Lamant McCurdy, 29, of 1976 S outhland Ave., Melbourne, was charged O ct. 23 with selling cocaine, possession of cocaine and possession of cocaine with intent to sell. Jennifer Lynne Huff, 36, address unknown, was charged Oct. 24 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied structure, dealing in stolen property and giving false verification of ownership to a secondhand property dealer. Justin Lyle Luke, 29, address unknown, was charged Oct. 24 with grand theft. Jennifer Teauge, 33, address unknown, was charged Oct. 24 as an out-of-state fugitive. Thomas Lee Evans, 51, of 175 Valencia R oad, West Melbourne, was charged Oct. 25 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied structure, larceny and possession of burglary tools with intent to use. David G. Metz, 38, of 4625 Explorer Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged Oct. 25 on an out-of-county warrant. Keith T. Brooks, 21, address unknown, was charged Oct. 26 with aggravated assault with intent to commit a felony, armed robbery, kidnapping, kidnapping-false imprisonment of an adult and four counts of felony on-site violation of probation. Keene Braden Bumbarger, 28, of 218 T win Lakes Road, Melbourne, was charged O ct. 26 with possession of a weapon/ammo by a convicted felon, carrying a concealed w eapon/firearm, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, delivering/selling/altering weapons, smuggling contraband into a detention center, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, trafficking a controlled substance and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia. Deforest L. Kelly, 42, of 2360 Woodwind Tr ail, Melbourne, was charged Oct. 26 with aggravated assault with intent to commit a felony, kidnapping, armed robbery, resisting arrest without violence, kidnapping-false imprisonment of an adult and trespassing. Christopher Joe Campbell, 26, address unknown, was charged Oct. 27 with possession of marijuana with intent to sell and possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana.CRIMELINE: (800) 423-TIPSEditor's note: This is a list of arrests,not convictions,and all arrestees are presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty in a court of law. U tah. The twist in the r oad toppled his trailer and sent the bees into a frenzy. "F irst responders came and drug me and my wife through the front window," Holst said. "Then we panicked." S warmed by bees on the highway, H olst said he ripped off his shirt and began swatting the air. His wife ran. "W e just started swinging our clothes," he said. "They stung her all up and down her neck." A uthorities closed the southbound lanes of I-15 near St. George for several hours while area beekeepers headed to the scene to try to corral the insects. Asked whether he'd haul bees again anytime soon, Holst paused. "Well," he said, "my wife's looking at me right now, so I'll say no." Fr om sfgate.com: NYC performance artist gives birth in art gallery A performance artist who said giving birth is the "highest form of art" has delivered a baby boy inside a New Yo rk City art gallery. The Microscope Gallery in Brooklyn said Marni Kotak gave birth to a healthy infant, weighing 9 pounds, 2 ounces and 21 inches long. The 36-year-old artist had set up a home-birth center at the gallery, turning the space into a brightly decorated bedroom with ocean blue walls and photo-imprinted pillows. The gallery said a video of the birth will be added to its upcoming exhibition. Fr om philly.com: Po lice:Man stole forklift,sandwich A pilfered Reuben sandwich and a stolen forklift have a Pittsburgh man in quite a pickle. R oss Township police say 38-yearold Sean Faulkner ordered the sandwich from a bar, then ran out without paying and climbed on a forklift for his getaway. Faulkner allegedly stole the forklift from a construction site then drove it two miles to Sieb's Pub. In vestigators say Faulkner was still in the parking lot when officers arrived. P olice say he couldn't get the forklift to go into reverse. F aulkner is being held at Allegheny C ounty Jail on charges of theft and r eceiving stolen property. Fr om msnbc.msn.com: S tudy finds alien abductions may be vivid dreams R esearchers say they have conducted "the first experiment to ever prove that close encounters with UFOs and extraterrestrials are a product of the human mind." In a sleep study by the Out-Of-Body E xperience Research Center in Los Angeles, 20 volunteers were instructed to perform a series of mental steps upon waking up or becoming lucid during the night that might lead them to have out-of-body experiences culminating in encounters with aliens. A ccording to lead researcher M ichael Raduga, the experiment was designed to test a theory that many r eports of alien encounters are actually instances of people experiencing a vibrant, lifelike state of dreaming. S tudy participants were told to try to separate from their bodies" every time they became half-awake or lucid during the night. If they were able to dream that they had separated from their sleeping bodies, they were then supposed to look for aliens in their homes. If they were unable to have an outof-body dream experience, they were told to go back to sleep and try again later in the night. "S ome could do it by the first attempt. Some needed three to five attempts to have an out-of-body experience. Not everybody could do it some were unable to do it because of their fear. They were able to separate from their body but they became too afraid to look for aliens," R aduga said. By the end of the study, 35 percent of the volunteers said they had made visual contact with aliens. Raduga plans to publish his results and to conduct further studies on humans' ability to fabricate alien encounters that seem real. S ean McCarthy can be reached at help@ComputeThisOnline.com (no hyphens).W eirdF rom page A1dation.com. D eaths attributed to prescription drug ov erdoses has also doubled since 2003, from 1,234 to 2,488, the website reported. This is five times the amount of deaths for all illegal drugs combined and almost equal to the number of F lorida traffic fatalities in 2009. "E nough is enough," Ms. Sinigoi said. 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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.THIS WEEKS LUCKY WINNER WILL GET$200 GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY!Stop by ANY office or CALL!!!WIN $100-$1000 I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013 INDIAN RIVER CO. 772-569-6767MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 679746844 MRQ Agrees with how will we find the money'I was reading today in the paper "How will Brevard citizens find the money for these taxes?" I couldn't agree with that writer more. I went to the county commission early last month, sat there from 4:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. before I could speak. I couldn't believe how many people told how bad it was, yet those jugheads we call county commissioners ignored all of that and went the way they did. My message to them was fire that county manager and those three clowns up there who call themselves budgets people, they are all crooks."Social Security numbers are everywhereI am understanding that we have "beau coup" problems with (programs) like S ocial Security. I guess there are people and numbers that are not jiving. In other words, there are a lot of people who are getting paid for Social Security, and they cannot find out what is going on in the government. I believe a lot of this problem is service personnel, military, "lifer brats." My father was a colonel in the Air Force, and I was a lifer brat all my life. All I am going to tell you is I checked around, and every time I would sign my name, I would sign my S ocial Security number under my name. This is what I was taught to do. For example: John P aul Jones, 000-00-0000. And I did this, and continued to do this when I got out. I never realized that I had to learn quick, that I had to stop doing it. I am talking about years ago when we didn't have to worry about the computer systems and the hackers. I believe this is the problem with Social Security, the loss of names and numbers and other people using them.Shortages of medicinesI am sure you have been watching the news or reading the news about the critical shortage of certain medicines in hospitals. At least 15 hospitals almost had to stop certain treatments because they don't have the medication they need. My question is: Mr. Obama. Is this the warning shot about your "Obama Ca re coming?" We know it was illdesigned, and it is disgusting what we are hearing. We also know this: Your healthcare bill was crafted very cleverly so it wouldn't affect you, one way or the other, because all of the bad things that are going to happen, the real crunch and the real rationing of health care that is going on already, you will either be r e-elected or be on the r oad. Hopefully, it will be on the road.Y ou cannot legislate morality nor healthThis is response to the "G et rid of cigarettes and booze" rant in today's paper. Does whoever wrote that r emember what Prohibition got us? It got us organized crime, a major problem for the police. As far as cigarettes go, I don't smoke. I used to long ago. C anada tried taxing them out of existence, made them cost $7 a pack and was turned into their biggest smuggling problem. As far as the skirmish on drugs, some people like to call it a war, that is not working either. P eople stop with the idea that we cannot legislate morality nor health to our people. They are going do what they want. If the government says it is illegal, they will find a way to get it. That has been proven ov er and over again. Ev erybody has to get real. Harrison Street problemsI am sick and tired of riding down Harrison Street when it is half flooding, r aining real hard and the r oad is already torn up. They need a stop sign there for the senior citizens center because they pull fight out on the road, and I've almost hit two people twice going through there, and I only drive about 25 mph. They need to fix that road and get that water cleaned up. It is really dangerous. I know we are short of r oad funds, but I wish somebody would make that happen.Response to right-wing'This is in response to the r ecent rant "Is H ometown News r ight-wing?" A ctually, who knows, and I really don't care. B ut there is such a thing as freedom of the press, at least for now, because that is very questionable. We have to consider that the H ometown News takes comments from all readers. B ut whoever called this one is a definite, like most of the Democrat constituents that I have known, and that is: You are grossly uninformed and cannot stand to hear anything about your president, especially the truth. Whoever made these r emarks needs to do some studying on this president, but like most of the people who fell for the "hope and change" mentality, how is that working for you? B ut then again, maybe y ou don't care that he is absolutely destroying our country within. R emember what Abe Lincoln said. He said, "America can never be destroyed from the outside." If it is ever destroyed, it is because the people failed and our leadership failed, and we will be destroyed from within; and that is what is happening. Obama did not do this alone. He is not that smart.P ost Offices and dogs in the libraryWhy can't the Post Offices do something like the libraries have done? They could close one more day, cut back and shift the hours around? That way, not that many will have to be closed, and that many people won't be out of a job. The second, speaking of libraries, is that I have been in the Eau Gallie Library quite a bit, and there are quite a few dogs in there that are allowed in now that are not seeing-eye dogs or anything like that. The library people are not allowed to ask if they are, and I have seen as many as three dogs in there at one time.New number for storm trash pickup?I guess this would be under the "rants" section. I am calling because my trash from the storm was not picked up, so I called the number on my utility bill and was given another number to call, because they no longer pick up trash at the road unless it is in barrels. F or pieces cut up, like limbs, you have to call this number (321) 723-4455 and request it, or you will not have your trash picked up. I didn't know this either. It seems like in different places, utilities are turning 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, NOVEMBER 4, 2011 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM Over the netMelbourne High School player Jen Rowland reaches above the net for a block during her freshman volleyball game against Viera. The Lady Bulldogs won the first game, then lost the second game but came back to win the third game and the match against the Lady Hawks of Viera.Andy Stefanek staff photographer The community is an incredible place to live and work, thanks to so many caring and compassionate Brevard residents. M any of our citizens generously give their time and money to non-profit organizations with the mission to help families, women, children and seniors in need. The tougher times seem to get, the more our citizens step up to help. Fr om agencies like Serene H arbor, which provides emergency shelter to victims of domestic violence to Cr osswinds Youth Services, which provides shelter to children who have runaway and are on the streets, there are many great organizations and countless volunteers in Br evard making a real difference. W ithout organizations like the Boys and Girls Clubs, many more children would feel disconnected, unloved and uncared for. Many would drop out of school, use drugs and get involved in serious criminal offenses ending up in jail or worse. By giving these nonprofit agencies a little bit of money on the front end, we can save a great deal of money in the long run. Mo re important than the money we can save are the lives we will save. There are a lot of people in our county who want to help, but don't know how. One of the best ways you can make an impact on many of Br evard's best and most effective nonprofits is with a donation to the "United Way of Brevard." We in Brevard are very fortunate to have a local U nited Way that specifically focuses all of its attention and efforts on the needs of those living in Brevard. Our local U nited Way campaign, led by campaign chair and county manager Howard Tipton, has set an ambitious but necessary goal of raising $7 million. I am proud to announce the deputy sheriffs and employees of the Brevard C ounty Sheriff's Office are expected to raise and donate more than $120,000 for this y ear's campaign, which is expected to be the most r aised by any Sheriff's Office in the State of Florida. Why do we do it? Because we see first-hand the needs that exist in the community, and we have faith in the United Way to put our hard-earned dollars where they are needed most. We see how dedicated and loving volunteers at shelters and community programs stretch pennies and work miracles every day to strengthen families, be a voice for our children and fight hunger. Over the past 15 years, we have seen our local United W ay of Brevard become what is one of the finest United W ay organizations in the country. They have extremely low overhead and spend less than 9 percent on administrative costs. They are able to keep their costs low because they use an army of unpaid volunteers, which prevents the need to hire additional employees. These United Way volunteers are extremely successful professionals from va r ious organizations and corporations throughout Br evard. Not only do they help raise contributions, they also determine where the money is needed most and that every dollar is spent appropriately. If y ou are not involved with the United Way, please consider becoming part of this year's United Way Team. If y ou would like to get a U nited Way campaign started at your workplace, it is not too late. Employees giving just a dollar or two a paycheck through payroll deduction can add up to a big impact. To get a workplace campaign started, please call S usan McGrath at the United Wa y at (321) 631-2740. If you are retired or cannot participate in a workplace campaign, but would like to make a tax-deductible" donation, y ou can do so by making a check out to the United Way of Brevard and mailing it to "U nited Way of Brevard" C ounty, 937 Dixon Blvd., C ocoa, Fl. 32922. Please consider becoming part of this year's United Way Team. We need you. P eople ask me all of the time how they can make a difference in our community. I think one of the best ways we can do that is to generously give to our local United Way. J ack Parker is the sheriff of Br evard CountyLive the United Way BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFFJACK PARK ER Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 11 02 South U.S. 1, Fort Pierce, FL 34950 Copyright 2011, Hometown News L.C.Phone (321) 242-1013 Fax (321) 242-1281Classified (321) 242-0442 1 -800-823-0466 Rants & Raves (321) 242-1276Circulation 1 -866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comMELBOURNEV oted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. Steven E. Erlanger . . .Publisher and C.O.O. Jim Kendall . . . . . .C.E.O. Lee Mooty . . . . . .General Manager/CFO V ernon D.Smith . . . .Managing Partner Philip J. Galdys . . . .VP/Director of Operations T ammy A. Raits . . . .VP/Managing Editor Robin Bevilacqua . . .Human Resources Michele Muccigrosso .National Accounts Manager Carl Guffin . . . . . .Major Accounts Manager Chris Smith . . . . . .Regional Manager T erence Hart . . . . .Sales Manager Susan Hawkins . . . .Advertising Consultant Bill Sayre . . . . . . .Advertising Consultant S ylvia Montes . . . . . . . . .Sales/Administrative Asst. Mercedes Lee-Paquette . . . .Production Manager Rita Zeblin . . . . . . . . . .Pagination Manager P atricia Snyder . . . . . . . .Director Classified AdvertisingAnna Snyder-Vasquez . . . . .Classified Consultant Carol Deprey-Zelenak . . . . .Classified Consultant Amber Feldman . . . . . . . .Classified Consultant Debra Schroer . . . . . . . .Classified Consultant Dolan Hoggatt . . . . . . . .Circulation Manager T iffany Robertson . . . . . . .District Circulation Manager Andy Stefanek . . . . . . . .Staff Photographer T ammy Roberts . . . . . . . .Senior Staff Writer Meagan McGone . . . . . . .Staff Writer Michael Hibbard . . . . . . .News Clerk See R ANTS, A7 LetterAnglers and council appreciate volunteers and membersIn O ctober, the Lagoon House hosted several events, including the Lagoon House Volunteer Appreciation Day and the Marine Resources Council annual membership meeting. Anglers for Conservation and the council organized the events. At least 50 volunteers showed up at the Lagoon House in P alm Bay to plant oaks and wetland plants. They did a great job planting, and really made the Lagoon H ouse look great. Earlier that morning, all of the water quality monitoring volunteers tested the water at the same time to get a snapshot of the lagoon. F ollowing a morning of planting, MRC members were urged to join in for the annual membership meeting and awards. All of the volunteers who came out to help plant and all of the members of the Marine Resources Council were appreciated.

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D id you know that in this country that land and life are the two that take 12 people on a jury, plus an alternate? I served on a jury, and it was a great privilege to watch our American liberties at work. I was a great learning experience, and I met some great people.No more arrests of illegal aliens?Ha ve you heard the latest from our president and his attorney general and administration? The president of the union that represents officers of I mmigration and Customs Enforcement stated that ICE officers have been ordered not to arrest any illegals that have been previously arrested, deported and then have r e-entered the United States illegally again, even though this constitutes a federal felony. What? This action is in direct defiance of court orders and U.S. federal laws. They have also been instructed to not arrest any illegal that is a fugitive from court-ordered deportation if they have no other prior criminal convictions. Do you see the picture here? O ur "government" is allowing illegal criminals to r emain, without fear of arrest. Does this mean every crook who commits a crime and doesn't have a prior r ecord can't be arrested? S ounds like it to me. We won't be safe on the streets or even in our homes when word gets out. I see crime rates shooting though the ceiling. How can our "leaders" just pick and choose which laws to enforce? Who made them dictators? I thought we had a president, not a dictator. Seems I might just be wrong on that.Saving money' in the legal systemHere is how you "save money" in the so-called legal system. And I am not mincing words, because this is an obscene abuse of our money. One. End this "privatization" bull crap entirely. "Probation" and "drug testing," get real. "Gimme a hundred bucks in cash, and go away" is how "private" probation works. In addition to what they pocket off the top, the "priv atized" slimeballs are being paid three times what a government employee would make, at our taxpayer expense. The idiotic idea that "priv ate" scumbags save any money was sold to the government crooks, because politicians needed to find a place to park their retarded in-laws, who were employed" by their own "p ri v ate companies" (translation, tax shelters), because the retarded in-laws didn't have even a sixth-grade certificate and couldn't get an actual job, except for the one their political relatives could stick them in. Tw o. Legalize victimless "c r imes." Prostitution is a choice between consenting adults. Drug use is a personal choice; and so long as alcohol and cigarettes are legal, so should all other drugs be. Oh deary me, whatever shall we do with all that empty jail space? W ell, Wall Street speculators who make reckless bets, because they're using our money instead of theirs, comes immediately to mind. Three. Cut the insane salaries of judges and prosecutors in half. The so-called court backlog" is phony, created by the judges and state lawyers themselves to pad their own pockets. "Oh, we have so much work to do!" That is such a crock of crap. Watch just one morning in court. The judge shows up an hour late, appearing impaired. The state can't find the records for whatever they're supposed to be prosecuting. The clerks can't remember which month it is, never mind day. One of them got the year wrong. A bailiff fell asleep and had to be nudged awake by the prisoner he was supposed to be guarding.RantsF rom page A6 See R ANTS, A10V eterans Day Honoring those farthest away and closest to homeThere are currently 22 million veterans in America. That means roughly one in 14 people have served in the military. It is a long term tradition at Holy Trinity E piscopal Academy to honor those men and woman on Veterans Day. This year's special date 11-11-11 marks events at both the Lower and U pper Schools. The programs include the presentation of U.S. Military Service Flags, student essays, and a slideshow recognizing family members and friends of students who serve or have served in the military. Also included are messages from local veterans and friends of the school. C olonel John Moser a 31-year veteran of the U.S. Army will be speaking at the Lower School, where his son Brock will be among those in the audience. Anytime I have the opportunity to share what it's like to serve your country, it is an honor and privilege to do that," Col. M oser said. The Lower School includes Veterans D ay as part of their Character Education program. This year, the students made blankets to be donated to the Viera V eterans Affairs Clinic. M ajor Gary Baxter, a 20 year veteran of the U.S. Air Force, will be speaking at the U pper School. "I would like the students to leave with an appreciation for the sacrifices that service people make for their country," Major Baxter said, who has two grandchildren at the Lower School. Local veterans are invited to attend ceremonies at either campus. The Lower School's is at 8:20 a.m. and the Upper Schools is at 9:30 a.m. A dditionally, Holy Trinity will be hosting open houses this weekend. The Upper Schools' will take place 2-4 p .m. Saturday, Nov. 5 at the Upper School campus, 5625 Holy Trinity Drive. The Lower Schools' will be 2-4 p.m. S unday, Nov. 6, 50 West Strawbridge Ave., M elbourne.F or Hometown NewsnewsML@hometownnewsol.com

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Br evard County Sheriff's Office, the State Attorney's Office and local law enforcement agencies, will collect donations of holiday gifts and goodies at 14 different locations throughout the county. The gifts will then be distributed to various nursing homes and hospice centers a few weeks before Christmas, said Terri Goodwin of the S tate Attorney's Office, who also serves as public information officer for Brevard C ounty TRIAD. While the organization provides gifts for anywhere between 1,000 and 1,200 seniors each year, the program is more individualized than one may think. In early October, the facilitators of Senior Santa began sending out forms to local nursing homes and hospice centers and ask their staff to fill out the names and clothing sizes of residents and patients who are either lowincome or who may not otherwise have visitors or gifts during the holidays. "W e ask them to list what items these individuals could use, whether it's a blanket, a robe, a pair of socks, etc.," Ms. Goodwin said. "We try to shop for the items they request. So, if S ally Jo wants a pink sweater, we want to get her a pink sweater." In addition to the drop-off sites, there are also four Se nior Santa Tree locations set up throughout the county. Each tree is filled with ornaments of the names of local seniors, who could benefit from a Christmas gift. F amilies, businesses, civic groups, as well as individuals, can choose to "adopt" the recipient and shop for his or her items, as long as they are returned by the Dec. 5 deadline, Ms. Goodwin said. In lieu of purchasing gifts, r esidents can also choose to make a monetary taxdeductible donation to the program and let the TRIAD team do the shopping for them. Ms. Goodwin said that in addition to the many volunteers who help gather, organize and distribute the gifts each year, the program would not be such a success without assistance from such Brevard-based companies as Vitas Hospital, WalMa r t, The Boeing Company and Parrish Medical Center. I ncorporated in 1998, the Br evard branch of TRIAD, In c ., was designed to address the issues of the area's growing senior population by working alongside numerous organizations and business partners, according to www.brevardtriad.org. A nonprofit organization, its name is meant to symbolize a triangle of the three major parties involved. F or more information about Senior Santa or Breva rd County TRIAD,visit www.brevardtriad.org. To make a monetary donation, send a check payable to: Brevard County TRIAD, Inc.; P.O. Box 410518; Melbourne, FL, 32941 G ift Suggestions (new, unwrapped items): Men's cardigan sweaters (large and extralarge) Ladies' cardigan sweaters (medium, large, in all colors) Ladies' housecoats (large and extra-large) Lap blankets, small r adios, hankies, non-skid socks, full-sized lotions, perfume gift sets, notepaper, stamps, crossword books, toiletries, bath brushes, towels, washcloths) S enior Santa Tree Locations: David R. Schechter C ommunity Center, 1089 S. Patrick Drive, Satellite B each Sunflower House, M erritt Square Mall, Merr itt Island One Senior Place, 8085 Sp yglass Hill Road, Viera Parrish Senior Solution Consultation Center, 805A Century Medical Dr ive, Titusville G ift Drop-Off Sites: Joe's Club, 7951 Ron B eatty Blvd., Barefoot Bay Monnett Eye & Optical C enter, 14410 U.S. 1, S ebastian Tropical Inn Resort, 4700 Dixie Highway N.E., P alm Bay Clow Chiropractic, 145 Palm Bay Road, N.E., P alm Bay Joe's Club, 4676 N. 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O ur "legal" system is killing us. M aybe one in a 100 people in jail or prison actually are dangerous. The rest are an excuse to suck money out of us and pay off a politician's dependents. W ell, the politicians need to have their salaries cut in half, too. And if they can't afford their mansions without our subsidies, they can do like the rest of us and work a second job. If they can find one.No silver spoon'Thank you to the governor for letting us know that he came up the "hard way," that he was not born with a silver spoon" in his mouth. Thank you.Change the judicial systemI am wondering what is wrong with Brevard County. They have a law in this state to protect the elderly. Y ou are not allowed to beat them up or anything. B ut you are also not allowed to steal their money. Howev er, we have judges in our system down here who allow people to steal y our money. I'm out about $60,000, and I'd like to see the court system change. With proof in hand, I can't get my money back. I feel like Diogenes. I'm looking for an honest person. We apparently, don't have them in our judicial system here in Brevard County. I think we need to make a big change. Thank you.Call him president'I can't understand why everyone is calling the president just by his last name instead of saying "president." I used to be a president of a small club. I know he can't do all the things he does without the Congress and the senators. I think that they should not be put in for life when they get so old. S omeone else tells them what to do. I know we don't agree with everything, but I still think he should be called "president."A personal walk through sports historyW ith all the millionaire basketball players and the billionaire owners, I think this would be interesting to some people. I was born in 1923, and around the age of 7, I played ball with other kids in the neighborhood. We played in the alleys that ran behind our homes back then. The streets were cobblestone brick, so they we re too uneven for a good bounce. We played for fun. Most of us did not have gloves. One bat was shared by all. The baseball endured the season from bright and white to frayed threads of stitches, eventual loss of hide to a final season covering of black, electrical tape. B ut it was fun. It was a game. We each had our hero stars, seen only in the sports pages and the back covers of magazines. We r eceived occasional instructions from one of our fathers or an older brother. It was a small part of our developing, growing lives. In those days, you had a distinct sports season. April through October was baseball. October through D ecember was football, and J anuary through March was basketball. Organized teams did not start until high school and then college. There were no junior high schools. Back then, grade schools were from grade one to grade eight. O utstanding players excelled in all three of the sports. They were called "3letter men," earning letters in all three sports. Sometimes, there were 4-letter men, finding time for track and field besides. Another outstanding thing about them was that they played the whole game, entire games offense and defense. Substitutions were only for injuries. No one expected any less. That was the way it was played up until the early 50s. The head coach of the football teams in college salaries were the same as full professors, around $12,000 a year, and they we re re quired to teach health, physical education classes, as well as coach the team. They were real "men's men." S omewhere along the way, the fun and sportsmanship was replaced by the need to win. The wealthy alumni demanded winners and no less than league championships. 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COMEIN&CHECKUSOUT! 321-242-1013679744 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: Cat &Dog Beds,Pill Pockets,Cat Toys & KMR (Kitten Milk Replacer).F or info,contact (321) 636-3343 or www.crittersavers.com. SPAY/NEUTER FEESFeline (Cat): $35.00 (starting at)Canine (Dog): $50.00(starting at)V accines for CBHS Members V ACCINATIONS: Good for up to (4) pets. One time savings. Offer valid through 11/30/11. Must mention discount coupon at time of scheduling appointment. Discount coupon must be presented at time of service check…in.HN 1/201020off%20off%Spay/Neuter & W ellness Clinic Low CostŽ321-636-3343ext. 206 2012 Best Pets of BrevardŽ Calendar $10.00 EachCentral Brevard Humane Society1020 Cox Road, Cocoa, FL 32926 € www.crittersavers.com PUPtails &Reindeer Holiday ExtravaganzaSaturday, December 10th4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Cara Mia Riverside Grill11 Riverside Drive, Cocoa VillagePet Photos with Santa Saturday, December 10th11 a.m. to 4 p.m. PetSmart1800 Evans Road, MelbourneAll pets are welcome. Photos are $9.95 each and come with a collectible holiday frame with your PetSmart PetPerks Card (plus tax).OTHER SERVICES:Deworming € Ear Cleaning Fecal Exam € Microchipping Nail Trim € Pet Care Products (Advantage, Frontline, Heartgard, Trifexis & Comfortis, Certifect)679090Central Brevard Humane Societys MARKYOURCALENDAR!Feline (Cat): ..............Canine (Dog):FVRCPC.................$16.00DAPP................$16.00 FeLV........................$17.00Bordetella..........$16.00 Rabies (1 year)........$15.00Rabies (1 year)..$15.00 FELV/FIV Test........$25.00Heartworm Test....$20.00 V iew vintage aircraft for free during Veterans Day weekendV eterans can enjoy free admission to the Valiant Air C ommand Warbird Museum in Titusville on Saturday, No v. 12, and Sunday, Nov. 13, for the "Planes, Trains and A utomobiles" open house. This year, the VAC is also offering complimentary admission to Florida residents, retired U.S. Army Col. T erry Yon said. Those who attend the event can view vintage warbirds and memorabilia at the Warbird Museum. Additionally, veteran pilots will give details about the aircraft and share experiences with attendees. Fl yby demonstrations, an antique car show, food and music will be sure to offer something for everyone in the family to enjoy. Rides in an open-cockpit W aco UPF-7 biplane will be available through Florida B iplanes. Those interested in a biplane ride should contact the museum prior to the event for more information, Mr. Yon said. He said he hopes to see a large crowd at the Warbird M useum for the weekend open house. "W e do it to give back to the community," Mr. Yon said. "It's a way to showcase who we are and why we're here." G uests who attend "P lanes, Trains and Automobiles" must prove veteran status or Florida residency with a military identification card or a Florida driver's license to receive free admission. The Valiant Air Command W arbird Museum is located at 6600 Tico Road in Ti tusville. It will be open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. The VAC is still looking for vintage cars to display at the event. Those interested should call the museum with the year and make of the automobile. F or more information,call (321) 268-1941 or visit www.vacwarbirds.org.W arbird Museum offers complimentary admission to veterans and Florida residentsBy Meagan McGonemmcgone@hometownnewsol.com RantsF rom page A7 Subscribe Today! TOTHE#1 COMMUNITYNE WSPAPERwww.hometownnewsol.com

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"My parents told me with a straight face that they had a violin under the bed and it was that or nothing." He came to love the instrument. "I t spoke to me," he said. "My teacher created a mystique. It was magical, my refuge as a young boy. I would take it into my room and escape the turmoil of family. It helped me overcome shyness and low self-esteem. Music is a great thing for your imagination and imagination is an important aspect of life. Everything springs from it." It was in his 11th year as a student that he had the confidence to branch out. "I came into my own," he said. "I knew how to play. Then I wanted to explore music, with the freedom to try out different genres, improvise, and fiddle." Mr. Bird had an understanding of how the violin worked and its technique. "I had to unlearn what I learned classically," he said. "I learned more authentic techniques to play country, bluegrass and Celtic music. I studied through listening. It was fun. Music has always been fun." In the last decade, Mr. Bird has explored both his Celtic and Native American roots. He is both a member of Clan Kennedy and the Southern P aiute tribe. The Native American music uses the drum and the flute, an instrument Mr. Bird now plays. What I have drawn from the N ative American side of my heritage are the stories of the people and the chiefs," he said. "You take the native flutes and drumming and mix it with the fiddling of my Celtic heritage." Mr. Bird's most recent CD, "Celtic N ation," was released in September. "I t explores the folk music of Scotland and Ireland," he said. "It's kind of the Celtic version of "Ride I ndian Ride." This is Mr. Bird's first trip to the N ative Rhythms Festival. "I wanted to get there the last two y ears, but I was already booked," he said. "This year it worked out great. I'm flying from Arizona for it. There are a lot of great performers. I'm looking forward to seeing Ed Wind D ancer. He doesn't get a lot of credit. He and I are planning a concert in Sa r asota. We're mutual admirers. He has danced to some of my music." Mr. Bird and his wife, Kimberly, who performs with him, are based in Na shville, but they are on the road a great deal. "I love the touring," he said. "The creative part, the artistry is making up the music and creating the r ecords. Touring is my mission." Ar v el Bird appears at the Native Rhythms Festival,Nov.11-13 at W ickham Park,Melbourne.Admission to the Native American and world cultural musical festival is free. F amilies are welcome.For more information,visit the website www.nativerhythmsfestival.com. F or more information about Arvel Bi rd visit his website www.arvelbird.com.Not Quite Right' Comedy T roupe at the Henegar CenterT he "Not Quite Right" Comedy Improv Troupe will perform at the Upstairs @ the Henegar venue at 7:30 p.m. F riday, Nov. 4. T he troup performed at the Henegar for several years before splitting in 2005. Now they're back with five original members: Joe Boasci, Pete Jacobsen, Adam Lucker, Michelle McElvaine and Jessica Taylor, and one new improviser to the group, Jon Emmerich. T he troupe specializes in short-form improv comedy, similar to what audiences would see on the show "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" or at SAK Comedy Lab in Orlando. However, now they're adding a little longform to the mix. Nothing is pre-scripted. Everything is made up on the spot. T he Henegar Center for the Arts is located at 625 E. New Haven Ave. in the downtown Melbourne theatre district. Tickets are $10 and may be purchased online at www.henegar.org or by calling the box office at (321) 723-8698. Tickets will also be available at the door.Chicago The Musical'T his torrid tale of fame, seduction, murder and all that jazz is set against the glitzy backdrop of the roaring 20s. "Chicago The Musical," book by Fred Ebb and Bob F osse, will be 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays, Nov. 4-20, at the T itusville Playhouse. T he box office is open 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays and one hour before show times. Cost is: orchestra $20 and balcony $18, with a $2 discount for seniors, students and military. Online tickets are available. T he Titusville Playhouse is at 301 Julia St., Titusville. F or more information, call (321) 268-1125 or visit www.Titusvillephayhouse.co m. Annual Holiday Gift Concert'T he Space Coast Pops Orchestra presents its 26th Annual Holiday Gift Concert at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, at the Merritt Island First Baptist Church on S.R. 520 and Courtenay Parkway, Merritt Island. T his concert is a gift to the public, and the public may respond by bringing a gift of canned or dry provisions to be delivered to the Central Brevard Sharing Center. Guest conductor Clair Christy returns with a program of music that carries the name "Best of Brevard." It includes both spiritual and patriotic selections, plus a classical number, the "Armed Forces Medley," "God Bless America," a sing-a-long and the everpopular "Sleigh Ride." F eatured performers include singer Sally Hart, violinist Tristan Rhodeside, trumpet soloist Ken Moulton, Joan Taddie's Children's Chorus and the Choir of the Merritt Island First Baptist Church with Richard Fuller directing both orchestra and choir. Admission is free but tickets are required and are available at the usual locations. Call (321) 632-7445 for more ticket information.Goo Goo Dolls to perform at the King CenterT he Goo Goo Dolls will Cabana Shores Tiki Bar: J on Parrot will play 6-10 p .m. Saturday. Cabana S hores Tiki Bar is at 5240 No r th U.S. Highway 1, P alm Shores. C all (321) 987-8455. Captain Katanna's D ockside Restaurant and Bar: J ack Clutterham will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. Ken M oores will play 2:30-6:30 S unday. Katanna's is at 4263 N. Harbor City Blvd., M elbourne. C all (321) 2531369. City Limits Restaurant and Lounge: Op en Fire will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. S aturday. Swampfox will play 7:30-10:30 p.m. S unday. City Limits is at 4851 S. Dairy Road, Palm Bay. C all (321) 723-2222. Cocoa Beach Pier: Mo Geetz will play 6-10 p.m. W ednesday. The Tropical Y uppies will play 6-10 p.m. Thursday. The Cocoa Beach Pier is at 401 Meade Ave., C ocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4050. Cocoa Beach Sports Club: M att Riley will play 9 p .m. to 1 a.m. Friday. Cocoa B each Sports Club is at 142 N. Orlando Ave., Cocoa B each. C all (321) 783-3777. Crickets: I nternal Strife will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fr iday. Crickets is at 1942 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. C all (321) 2429280. Grills at the Port: A bsolute Blue will play 7:30-11:30 p.m. Friday. Don't Quit Your Day Job will play 3-7 p.m. Sunday. De r ek will play 5-9 p.m. W ednesday. Hyper Duo will play 5-9 p.m. Thursday. Grills at the Port is at 505 G len Cheek Drive, Port C anaveral. C all (321) 8682226. Key West Bar: S panks B and will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. Key West is at 2286 Highway A1A, I ndian Harbour Beach. C all (321) 773-1577. Lou's Blues: S witch will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. S aturday. The Queen Bees will play 2-6 p.m. Sunday. The X-Band will play 8:30 p .m. to 12:30 a.m. Thursday. Lou's Blues is at 3191 N. Highway A1A, Indialantic. C all (321) 779-2299. Main Street Pub: The H itmen will play 7-11 p.m. S aturday. Main Street Pub is at 705 E. New Haven Ave., M elbourne. C all (321) 7237811. Milliken's Reef: Marc STAR SCOPESJames Tucker W eek of 11-4-2011 Aries-March 21-April 19Y ou always come through when the chips are down. Y our fiery spirit always seems to pull you through life's challenges unscathed. Being the first fire sign in the Zodiac helps you get started first and then continue on to victory. Y ou never quit until you reach your goal. It's fun seeing what you plan to do next.Ta urus-April 20-May 20Y our life continues to move to higher levels. You are always searching for new challenges. K eep on letting go of clutter and unneeded things around you to make room for the new. Do a fall cleaning and yard sale. Give unsold things to charity. This sets the universal wheels in motion to bring much new very soon.Gemini-May 21-June 21Affirm everyday that you are continually fed, protected and blessed by the unlimited good in the universe. Give thanks for the many wonderful friends who grace your life and bring so much love and joy. See the good in others and they see it in you. Live each day as if there is no tomorrow. This is the true meaning of life.Cancer-June 22-July 22Y ou have the most beautiful, happy, positive attitude. It is contagious to others. When you are happy, others are happy. Your happy heart leads by example. You don't ask of others what you won't do first. You are so respected and loved. Keep psyched up and ready. More wonderful adventures are on the way.L eo-July 23-Aug. 22Being the middle fire sign has its advantages. The balance keeps you sharp and focused. Good ideas popping into your mind from the instincts gives much inspiration for action. T he odds are in your favor for success. You are a winner. Listen to, trust and take action on this divine guidance and victory is assured.Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22V enus this week gives you an emotional edge and boost. T ake action on the idea you have been sitting on. It wants to grow and increase. People around you are in awe, saying, "How did you do all this?" Say, "A little angel told me." T hat "Little Angel" is your Br evard CountyEntertainmentSECTIONB FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2011Dining &Musician melds Celtic, Native American musicClub Scene Photo courtesy of Arvel BirdArvel Bird blends his two cultural heritages, Celtic and Native American, when he performs at the Native Rhythms Festival in Melbourne Nov. 11-13.By Shelley KoppelEntertainment writerOut & about See S CENE, B2 See SCOPES, B3 See OUT, B2

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Dobson will play 5-9 p.m. M onday. Panama will play 5-10 p.m. Tuesday. M illiken's is at 683 Dave N isbet Drive, Port C anaveral. C all (321) 7830100. Murdock's Bistro & Char Bar: The Scott R obinson Band will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. Patti and Fr ank will play 6-9 p.m. W ednesday. Murdock's is at 600 Brevard Ave., C ocoa. C all (321) 6330600. Norman's Raw Bar & Gr ill: S lick Willie will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. SpaceF ish will play 7-11 p.m. S aturday. Norman's is at 3 F orrest Ave., Cocoa. C all (321) 433-0872. Oh Shucks: R ed Tide will play 7-11 p.m. S aturday. Oh Shucks is at the Cocoa Beach Pier, 401 M eade Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4050. Old Fish House Grill: G atorblues will play 6-10 p .m. Saturday. Summer R ain will play 3-7 p.m. S unday. The Old Fish H ouse Grill is at 5185 U.S. H ighway 1, Grant. C all (321) 727-7007. Old Florida Grill: JC Jr. will play 4-8 p.m. Friday. M elissa Webber will play 4-8 p.m. Saturday. G-Whiz A coustic will play 3-7 p.m. S unday. The Old Florida Grill is at 5370 North U.S. H ighway 1, Cocoa. C all (321) 636-9222. Oriole's Club: S ummer R ain will play 7-10 p.m. S aturday. Oriole's is on U.S. Highway 1 in Micco. C all (772) 664-4459. Ozzie's Crabhouse: Sax A ppeal will play 6-10 p.m. Fr iday. Steve Cowden will play 6-10 p.m. Saturday. S ybil Gage will play 5-9 p .m. Sunday. Atlantic B luegrass 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 Bar & Grill: K eith Koelling will play 711 p.m. Friday. The Pineda is at 6355 North U.S. H ighway 1 (U.S. 1 and S untree Boulevard), R ockledge, Melbourne. C all (321) 751-5311. Pinto's Lounge: GWhiz Acoustic will play 8 p .m. to midnight Sunday. Pinto's is at 7555 S. H ighway U.S. 1, Titusville. C all (321) 269-7665. Shady Oaks Lounge: K ickin Kountry will play 9 p .m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday. Shady Oaks is at 650 S. Babcock, Palm Bay. C all (321) 727-7004. Siggy's All-American Bar: S panks Band will play at 9:30 p.m. Friday. Greg and Brian will play at 9:30 p.m. Saturday. Thursday is acoustic night with Joe Barrera at 7 p.m. S iggy's is at 1153 Malabar R oad N.E., No. 1, Palm Bay. C all (321) 952-0104. Squid Lips: Mo Geetz will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. J ohn Q and Shelly will play 2-6 p.m., and Separ ate Checks will play 7-11 p .m. Saturday. Johnny D anger will play 2-7 p.m. S unday. John Q's Jam S ession is 6:30-10 p.m. Thursdays. Squid Lips is at 1477 Pineapple Ave., M elbourne. Call (321) 242-2224. Sunset CafŽ: Marc Dobson will play 5:30-9:30 p .m. Friday and Sunday. T ed Villarreal will play 2-5 p .m. Saturday. Sax Appeal will play 4-9 p.m. Wednesday. Steve Kirsner and Fr iends will play 1-4 p.m. Thursday. The Sunset CafŽ is at 500 W. Cocoa Beach C auseway, Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-8485. Wet Spot: W ednesday night is jam night with Ji mbo and The No Shows 7-11 p.m. The Wet Spot is at 3650 Dixie Highway N.E., Palm Bay. C all (321) 728-3055. Wynfields Sports Bar: G uilty Pleasure and Luna P earl will play 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Friday for the H alloween party. Wednesday night is jam night with the Bone Dogs 8 p.m. to midnight. Wynfields is at 190 Highway A1A, S atellite Beach. C all (321) 773-8460. Editor's note :To have your live music listed in the Club Scene,send your schedule to brevnews@hometownnewsol.com (Attention: M ichael Hibbard) at least a week in advance of the gigs.perform at 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5 at the King Center for the Performing Arts in Melbourne. T he Goo Goo Dolls have earned four Grammy nominations, have had 13 consecutive top 10 hit songs and have sold more than 10 million albums. T heir list of hits include: "Name," Black Balloon," "Iris," "Slide," "Sympathy" and "Give A Little Bit." T he King Center is at 3865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. F or more information, call (321) 242-2219 or visit www.kingcenter.com or www.googoodolls.com.S ymphonic Wind Ensemble makes concert debutT he new Symphonic Wind Ensemble of the Melbourne Municipal Band will present its premiere performance on Sunday, Nov. 6 at 3 p.m. at the Suntree United Methodist Church, 7400 N. Wickham Road, in Melbourne. The concert is free, and tickets are not required. V eteran conductor and Viera resident Hal Gibson will conduct the ensemble as it presents a program titled "Momentous Moments in Music." T he concert will feature major compositions, such as the "Manx Overture," by Haydn W ood; "George Washington Bridge," by William Schuman; and a very special rendition of "Crown Imperial Coronation March," by Sir William Walton, written for the coronation of King George VI in 1937. W hat makes this performance special is that the wind ensemble will combine forces with the organ and the major talents of local organist T homas Taylor. Another "momentous musical moment" will be the performance of Richard W agner's "Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral." T his piece prefaces Elsa's betrothal to Lohengrin from the opera of the same name, and is one of the most dynamic and climactic works in all of the operatic literature. Organist Thomas Taylor will again join the ensemble in the culmination of this majestic masterwork. Also included on the program will be the iconic work for winds, the "Second Suite in F for Military Band," by Gustav Holst. T he Symphonic Wind Ensemble of the Melbourne Municipal Band is a new musical organization focused on the performance of the most notable music written, or arranged for, wind instruments. Its members are some of the finest, most experienced players in Central Florida, many of whom are also members of the MMB concert band." Call (321) 724-0555 or visit www.mmband.org for more information. Live jazz concertT he Christian Tamburr Jazz Quintet, with special guest New York trumpet player Dominick Farinacci joining the East Coast Tour, will play Sunday, Nov. 6 at 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. at the Atlantic Music Center, 25 S. Wickham Road. Melbourne. Cost is $25 for adults and $20 for students. Christian Tamburr is a multiinstrumentalist, accomplished on the piano and trapset as well as world and orchestral percussion. However, his true talent is exhibited on his instrument of choice, the vibraphone, confirmed when Downbeat Magazine awarded him "Outstanding Solo Jazz Pe r former." Christian currently leads the critically acclaimed Christian T amburr Quartet, a four-piece acoustic jazz group. F or more information, visit www.Christiantamburr.com. F or reservation and information, call (321) 725-5690 or (321) 768-2221 or visit www.AtlanticMusicCenter.com.Guitarist Les Dudek at Lou's BluesLes Dudek will be at Lou's Blues in Indialantic at 8 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6. Mr. Dudek has performed with and written songs for legendary artists Stevie Nicks, Steve Miller, Dave Mason, Cher, Boz Scaggs, Maria Muldaur and the Allman Brothers Band. He has released four critically-acclaimed solo albums with CBS Records and has also appeared in movies. Cost is $30 for VIP reserved, $25 for reserved and $20 for general admission, plus handling fees. Lou's Blues is at 3191 N. Highway A1A in Indialantic. F or more information, call (321) 783-9004 or email roland@brevardmusicgroup.co m.T ammerlin at Night Sounds' at Sebastian InletT he Florida Department of Environmental Protection's Sebastian Inlet State Park will host the Night Sounds at Sebastian Inlet State Park Concert Series 7-9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11. T he concert will showcases recording artists Lee Hunter and Arvid Smith, known as T ammerlin. 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guardian spirit and best friend. Are you listening?Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22Y our great teaching talents will soon be called upon to help others to learn about your new spiritual findings. Educating, healing and counseling are your greatest gifts. No one is better at them. You love sharing wisdom. Then the joy comes back multiplied. Your spirit and light just glow when you are happy.Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21Y our mastery of small details is preparing you for greater responsibilities. You get the job done. It's your large open heart that gives the motivation. Your warm, loving nature always guides you safely through life's storms. Y our natural sensitivity warns you of challenges before they happen. Are you listening?Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21Y ou have done much this year. There is so much still ahead. Don't get in too big of a hurry. Timing is everything. T ake time to smell the sweet autumn aromas and savor the true meaning of harvest time, which is when you were born. You are a blessing from the universe. Now share your good and your life is justified.Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19Y our energy is high. Your natural rhythms are strong. Make physical activities a top priority. You have worked free of recent stresses. New adventures are on the way. Listen to your divine inner guidance. It's all about it feeling right. If your heart isn't in it, don't do it. Be true to yourself first and all will work out.Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18Continue to move forward. W hen you have a solid plan and put it into action, few things will stop you from creating reality from idea. When you are happy, steady progress is being made. K eep a strong focus on the top priority first. Less is more sometimes. Be prepared for a quantum leapin joy over the holidays.Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20Y ou have such deep feelings. Your sweet loving heart is known far and wide. It always gives an emotional boost to your loved ones. You make it happen. You have much courage and stand up for your beliefs. You say, "This is my life, thank you. I am making the most of it. You can too." Thanks for all you do and give us. Until next time, never give up on your dream, your purpose and your passion. K eep on keeping on. Hello smart shoppers. It 's time to get ready for Thanksgiving therefore, topical recipes must be repeated. Pies are almost as important as the turkey. You've just got to make a homemade pumpkin, pecan and apple pie with my crust. If yo u' ve never made a pie before, now's the time. M any recipes can be altered to make them low fat, but low-fat pie crust is not as good. A truly great pie crust is high in fat, so make it rarely, eat it sparingly and enjoy it immensely. I will give you a very unusual recipe. This crust will handle easier than any other you've ever tried. F or years, making pie crust frustrated me, as the crust tore and separated, until a special lady came into my life. When we lived in Connecticut, I met an 80-year old lady who had a farm. S he asked me to visit and served coffee and an incredible apple pie with the most wonderful crust. H er heritage and recipes dated back to the Shakers. What amazed me was the bottom crust was nicely browned, which is hard to achieve without burning the pie. She had already made me a copy of the recipe, because as she said, "I knew y ou would want it." The recipe contains vinegar, which helps the crust to brown properly and the smell and taste will disappear as the pie bakes. It is a large recipe and I have not found a way to break it down successfully, but the dough freezes beautifully and will keep in the refrigerator for at least three days. REMEMBER: Always preheat the oven for 20 minutes; I recommend an ov en thermometer. Enjoy. See you next week.S S HAKE HAKE R P R P I I E C E C R R U U ST STM akes two covered 9-inch pies and about two pie shells. 4 cups white flour 1 tablespoon sugar 1-1/2 teaspoons salt 1-3/4 cups shortening* 1/2-cup cold water 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar 1 large egg *My shortening of choice is Crisco. In a large bowl, mix dry ingredients. Add shortening and cut in with a pastry blender, two knives or an electric mixer set at low speed until shortening is the size of peas. In a separate bowl, mix the egg, vinegar and water. A dd to the flour mixture and mix with a fork until the flour is moistened. The mixture will be dry. Do not add more water. U sing your hands, press the dough together to incorporate any remaining flour. This crust can be handled and rolled again and again and will not get tough. Refrigerate 15 minutes or longer. Roll out enough dough to fit the pie pan, rolling dough 1/8-inch thick. Dust the board and r olling pin frequently with flour to prevent sticking. 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FRIDAY, NOV. 4 Silver Belles fashion show and luncheon: N oon. Friday, No v. 4. Watersong, 7300 W atersong Lane, Melbourne. The first annual Silver B elles pre-holiday fashion show and luncheon will be held on Friday, Nov. 4 at noon at Watersong, an active retirement community in Viera. F ashions will be presented by B elk Department Store, and proceeds of the event will be donated to Serene H arbor for continuing work with abused women and children. T ickets are available to the public for $25 per person by calling Marian Schaffer Dietz at (321) 622-8348.Seating is limited,so early reservations are encouraged. After the luncheon, Watersong will offer tours of their complete facilities and lifestyle to interested guests. Collecting food items for Br evard County Sharing C enter: Fr iday, Nov. 4 through Wednesday, Nov. 30. C ourtenay Springs Village will collect food items (canned, boxed, etc.) in conjunction with Hope United Church of Christ for the Breva rd C ounty Sharing Center though the month of November. The theme is "Mission: 1 That they may all be 1. One U nited Church on a shared mission for 11 powerful days to feed the hungry and confront food-related injustice." Any donations will be greatly appreciated. C ourtenay Springs Village, (the independent 55-plus apartment rentals), is located at 1200 S. Courtenay Parkway in Merritt Island. F or more information, please call Kay at (321) 4521233. Spaghetti supper at Emmanuel: 4:30-6:30 p.m. Fr iday, Nov. 4. Emmanuel U nited Methodist Church, 2800 Eau Gallie Blvd., Melbourne. This is an all-you-can-eat spaghetti supper, complete with salad, bread, drink and dessert. C ome for a little piece of I taly right in the heart of Eau G allie. F or more information,call (321) 254-0010. Annual Holiday Craft Show: 5:30-8 p.m. Friday, No v. 4 through Saturday, Dec. 31. Fifth Avenue Art Gallery, 1470 Highland Ave., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 259-8261 or visit www.fifthavenueartgallery.co m.SAT URDAY, NOV. 5 Brevard Zoo bonsai exhibit: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 5-6. Br evard Zoo, 8225 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. Br evard Zoo will host a special bonsai show for visitors S aturday and Sunday in the N yami Nyami River Lodge. The event features demonstrations on how to care for bonsai trees, and vendors will be on site selling bonsai trees and bonsai-related items. G uests visiting the zoo that day will have a chance to see more than 60 different bonsai trees. The exhibit is hosted by the Bonsai Society of Brevard. The bonsai exhibit is free with zoo admission. F or more information on bonsai weekend,please visit brevardzoo.org or call (321) 254-9453. Parade of Gems Show': 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and S unday, Nov. 5-6. Melbourne A uditorium, 624 E. Hibiscus Av e ., Melbourne. The Canaveral Mineral and Gem Society is hosting the "P arade of Gems Show" at the Melbourne Auditorium S aturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The show will feature vendors selling gems, beads, fossils, minerals and jewelry. There will also be door prizes, exhibits, demonstrations and a children's corner. The admission is $4 per person, children younger than 12 are free, but must be accompanied by an adult. F or more information,call (321) 725-4717. Learn to Homebrew Day': 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5. Brock's Homebrew Supply, 425 S. Wickham R oad, West Melbourne. Br ock's Homebrew Supply and SAAZ are participating in a worldwide day dedicated to homebrewing. Learn to Homebrew Day" is an international event celebrated each year on the first S aturday in November with the goal of introducing people to the homebrewing hobby and establishing relationships with local homebrew supply shops and homebrew clubs. A beginner extract brewing demonstration will take place at 10:30 a.m., and an advanced all-grain brewing demonstration will take place at 2 p.m. I nterested people are encouraged to call ahead if they plan to attend one or both of the brewing demonstrations. F or more information,call (321) 476-3846 Seniors needed for free music class: 10 a.m. Saturday, No v. 5. Fletcher Music Center, 1513 W. New Haven Ave., M elbourne. F ifteen senior citizens are needed for a music/wellness study. No previous experience is required. Classes will be held for four w eeks and will be taught by a certified instructor. S tudents will have the option of Saturday morning or Thursday evening classes. T uition and materials will be paid for by the Lowrey M usic Making and Wellness C enter. No purchase is required. S tudents will be asked to fill out a short survey upon completion of the course, and certificates of achievement will be awarded. S tore hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p .m. Monday through Saturday. F or more information,call (321) 725-0784. Moonlight stroll at Erna Nix on Park: 7-10 p.m. Saturdo ugh 1/2 inch beyond the r im of the pan. Fold dough under until flush with the edge and flute the edges with your fingers or press all around the rim with the tines of a fork. Fill shell and follow recipe directions. NOTE: You can lift the dough into the pan easily if you fold it in half.P P U U M M P P KI KI N P N P I I E EA 1 pound can of pumpkin will make a large 10inch pie. Double the recipe for three, 9 inch-pies. They freeze great. Bake first, cool and freeze. You can substitute Splenda for the granulated sugar with excellent r esults. 1 can (1 pound) pumpkin 2 eggs 1/2-cup sugar 1/4-cup dark brown sugar, firmly packed 1-1/2 teaspoon pumpkin pie spices 1 teaspoon salt 1 large can evaporated milk (undiluted) Pr epare crust and fit into pan as instructed above. U sing a large bowl, beat eggs slightly. Add remaining ingredients; mix well. P lace pan on a cookie sheet, fill and bake at 425 for 15 minutes. Lower heat to 375 and continue baking for 30 minutes. Pie is done when knife inserted in center comes out clean.P P I I E E C C R R U U ST C ST C O O O O KI KI E E S SLeftover piecrust makes delicious piecrust cookies. Sa ve all trimmed pie dough scraps; mash together with a fork, adding a little water if necessary to get them to cling together. Piecrust dough Cinnamon S ugar R oll dough into a large 1/8-inch thick rectangle. Sp r inkle generously with cinnamon and sugar. Ca re fully roll, jelly-roll style. S lice cookies on the diagonal, 1/4-inch thick. Place on a cookie sheet and bake at 375 to 400 degrees until done, about 10 to 12 minutes. Cool and store in an airtight container. Vis it www.romancingthestove.net or email arlene@romancingthestove. net. F riday, November 4, 2011 B4 MelbourneHometown News 759350 M on-Fri 8:30-5:30pmS aturday available by appointmentDr Syed Z. Quadri, DMD2090 Palm Bay Rd. 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day, Nov. 5. Erna Nixon Park, 1200 Evans Road, West Melbourne. It 's time again to "Stroll the Pa rk After Dark!" The semi-annual "Moonlight Stroll," sponsored by Br evard County Parks & R ecreation, will be held at Erna Nixon Park in West Melbourne on Saturday. The Brevard Astronomical S ociety will be there with telescopes for stargazing and sky watching. M usical entertainment will be provided by Chris Kahl, T ina Eno, The Stone Family, S haron Osuna, Jerry Loll and S usan Pounds, and Bo Frazer of the Penny Creek Band. F ood will be available for purchase from Fast Eddie's. Pa rk ing will be available at M elbourne Square Mall, Pole No 4, on the west side of JC P enney. P atrons will be shuttled to and from the park. Admission is $3 per person, but children younger than 3 may attend for free. All children must be accompanied by an adult. F or more information, please call Erna Nixon Park at (321) 952-4525. Progressive voices / Dan G elber & Alan Grayson: 7 p .m. Saturday, Nov. 5. Henegar Center, 625 E. New Haven Av e ., Melbourne. It features attorney Dan Gelber, counsel for "Fair Districts No w, and congressional candidate Alan Grayson "The C ongressman with Guts." H osted by the Space Coast Pr ogressive Alliance, the event promises music, fun, inspiration, presentation of Progressive Voice awards and more. A ttorney Dan Gelber will provide an update on the victory for fair districts in Florida and the continuing struggle for fair representation as the legislature continues to use public funds to fight compliance with Florida's C onstitution. The straight-talking, insightful, blunt but humorous Alan Grayson is clearly a threat to the entrenched corr upt and powerful in our nation. He is the only attorney to ever win a fraud case against those who profited illegally from the war in Iraq. Mr. Grayson will speak on What it means to be Progressive." General admission tickets to the event are $15. Reserved seating with a VIP coffee and dessert reception with Mr. Gelber and Mr. Grayson is $35. Tickets are available on a first-come basis, and will be sold at the door if still available. Doors open at 6 p.m. F ull information and tickets can be found online at www.SpaceCoastProgressiveAlliance.org. F or more information,call (321) 720-3520. Sponsors needed for Reindeer Dash 5K and Jingle B ell Walk': Br evard County Parks and R ecreation is now accepting sponsors for Reindeer Dash 5K and Jingle Bell Walk, to be held Saturday, Dec. 3 at 8 a.m. at Viera Regional Park, 2300 J udge Fran Jamieson Way, V iera. S ponsorships are $100 and include the sponsor name listed on the back of the race T -shirts and a vendor space. All vendor spaces are outdoors at the Viera Regional Park. S ponsor monies will benefit the Brevard County Parks & Recreation Program. The Reindeer Dash 5K & J ingle Bell Walk starts at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 3. The pre-registration fee (before Nov. 26) is $14 per r unner and $11 per walker. D ay of race registration is $18 per runner and $12 per walker. All children must be accompanied by an adult. T -shirts are guaranteed to the first 100 entrants. All activities are conducted and supervised by Brevard C ounty Parks and Recreation staff. P lease call (321)433-4891 for more information.SUNDAY, NOV. 6 Woof It Up'at Riverfront Park: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6. Riverfront Park, C ocoa Village. The city of Cocoa and Breva rd C ounty Dog Training Club are hosting the sixth annual "Woof It Up" Sunday, No v. 6 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Riverfront Park. A dmission is free. This event, for dog enthusiasts and the entire family, celebrates r esponsible dog ownership, so your wellmannered and v accinated family dog is welcomed on a 6-foot leash. There's lots of fun, activities and entertainment for you and your dog. Y our dog can chase a mechanical lure, bob' for apples, get microchipped, earn a "Canine Good Citizen" title and pose for a photo with S anta. Y ou can meet The breeds, watch agility, free style and r ally demonstrations and stop by tables for vendors, r escue groups and canine service organizations in the community, and take a chance on a raffle. There's a bounce house for the kids and several fun contests, so be sure to bring your o wn camera, too. The goal of this day is to educate dog lovers and provide a fun day to enhance y our relationship with your canine family member. F or more information,visit www.cocoafl.org or call (321) 639-3500. Space Coast Freethought Association monthly meeting: 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6. M elbourne Public Library, 540 E. Fee Ave., Melbourne. This meeting will be recurr ing the first Sunday of every month. C ome meet fellow freethinkers in a casual atmosphere. F or more information or any questions, email tinascfta@yahoo.com. Spaghetti dinner at the club: noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, No v. 6. Italian-American Club of South Brevard, 1471 C ypress Ave., Melbourne. The Italian-American Club is hosting a spaghetti and meatballs dinner on Sunday, No v. 6 from noon to 5 p.m. D inner includes fresh garden salad Italian bread, choice of desserts and a complimentary beverage, plus live music by JR Sounds. Ad v ance tickets are $8 for adults. Costs the door are $9 and $4 for children younger than 12 F or more information,call (321) 952-1693 or (321) 2428044. Historic Cocoa Village P layhouse hosts Under the Ha rv est Moon'fundraiser at R ockledge Gardens: 5 p.m. S unday, Nov. 6. Rockledge Ga rd ens, U.S. Highway 1, R ockledge. The event will benefit the H istoric Cocoa Village Playhouse programs and initiatives for its 22nd season. The first fundraiser to be held at Rockledge Gardens, the event will include gourmet food from Carrabba's of M erritt Island, with live entertainment by the Cocoa Village P layhouse performers. E xtravagant silent auction' items will be up for grabs, including a luxury Lake Tahoe private home for five nights, a seven-night stay in Idaho at T eton Springs Resort, along with a five-night stay at Sky V alley Golf Resort, Sky Valley, Ga. F or more information,email delores@cocoavillageplaywww.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 4, 2011 Melbourne B5 759342R omancing the StoveArlene Borg The Grammy Guruwww.HometownNewsOL.com€ R ecipes € S tories € Archives & More 759343Save hundreds of dollars every week with coupons & discounts from our local advertisers! 681923 CIGARETTEDEPOT2595 W. NEW HAVEN(ACROSSFROMOLIVEGARDEN)WESTMELBOURNE, FL32904 680012 No Chemical AdditivesIncluding:Marlboro, Lights, Camel, Winston, Kool, Newport, Salem and all others! 679748Locator Line. Shopping Line321.727.8062 679750 CalendarF rom page B4

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house.com, visit www.cocoavillageplayhouse.com or call (321) 6365050.MONDAY, NOV. 7 Yoga strength class offered: Br evard County Parks and R ecreation offers yoga strength classes 6-7 p.m. M ondays and Wednesdays and 9-10 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at Rodes Park C ommunity Center. The center is located inside the new Max K. Rodes Pa r k, 3410 Flanagan Ave., W est Melbourne. Y oga poses learned in this class will improve balance, flexibility and overall health and emotional well-being. Y oga Strength is taught by certified instructor, Cynthia R adcliffe. The fee for this class is $8 per class with multiple class discounts available. F or more information or to pre-register,please call the instructor,Cynthia,at (321) 952-2357 or the Rodes Park Community Center at (321) 952-3215. Novelist to speak: 7 p.m. M onday, Nov. 7. Eau Gallie P ublic Library, 1521 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne. T ina Matlock, native of pre-Castro Cuba and survivor of his revolution, will share her memories of those tumultuous times when she discusses her first novel, G uava and Cheese." W ith the current interest in easing relations with C uba, Ms. Matlock's program should be interestingly topical. The event is free and open to the public. F or more information,call (321) 255-4304,(321) 7239555 or email polly@seventen.com.TU ESDAY, NOV. 8 VNA no-cost blood pressure screenings: The Visiting Nurse Association is offering the following nocost blood pressure screenings: Tuesday, Nov. 8 (BP) 10:30 a.m. to noon, Wickham Senior Center, 2785 Leisure Way,Melbourne Thursday, Nov. 10 (BP/BS) 8-10 a.m., Ascension Manor, 2960 Pineapple Av e ., Melbourne Tuesday, Nov. 15 (BP/BS) 10 a.m. to noon, Sunflower Ho use, Merritt Square Mall, Su ite 201, 777 East Merritt I sland Causeway, Merritt I sland Thursday, Nov. 17 (BP) 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Daily Br ead, 815 East Ave, Melbourne The VNA of the Space C oast provides home healthcare services including Medicare-reimbursed home health aides; physical, speech, and occupational therapy; in-home companions; and personal transportation throughout the Space Coast. The nonprofit organization also provides commu-Reindeer Dash 5K sponsors neededBr evard County Parks and R ecreation is seeking sponsors for the Reindeer Dash 5K and Jingle Bell Walk to be held Saturday, Dec. 3 at 8 a.m. inside Viera Regional Pa r k. The park is located at 2300 Judge Fran Jamieson W ay in Viera. This is the first race of Br evard County Parks & R ecreation's"Run Brevard" r ace series. There will be 5 additional races held in va r ious Brevard County Pa r ks through June 2012. There are four categories of sponsorships available, which include T-shirt sponsor, sleeve sponsor, race sponsor and series sponsor. T -shirt sponsors, for $100, will have their name printed on the back of each shirt for one race. S leeve sponsors, for $350, will have their logo printed on one sleeve of each shirt for one race, and will have their logo displayed on all posters for that race. F or $1,000, race sponsors will have their logo printed on each shirt between the shoulder blades for that r ace.They will also have a 3by 5-foot banner prominently displayed at the race and have their logo printed on all posters for that race. The series sponsor, for $5,000, will have their logo printed on the front of every race shirt for the entire series of six races. They will also have a 4by 6-foot banner posted prominently at every race in the series. Their logo will be on all race posters for the entire series, and they will be mentioned in all press releases and media. A dditionally, all levels of sponsorship will have any provided fliers, handouts or coupons placed in the goodie bags for each race participant. They will also be provided with booth space at each race sponsored. The Reindeer Dash 5K & J ingle Bell Walk starts at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 3. The pre-registration fee (before Nov. 26) is $14 per r unner and $11 per walker. D ay of race registration is $18 per runner and $12 per walker. All children must be accompanied by an adult. T -shirts are guaranteed to the first 100 entrants. Plaq ues and medals will be awarded, and door prizes will be drawn after the awards ceremony. All activities are conducted and supervised by Breva rd C ounty Parks and R ecreation staff. P lease call (321)433-4891 for more information. Mo re information on each r ace of the series can be found under the Run Breva rd 5K Series section at www.brevardparks.com/so uth.Health First Health Plans ranked No. 2 in FloridaH ealth First Health Plans is one of the highest-rated M edicare health insurance plans in Florida and in the nation, according to the N ational Committee for Q uality Assurance Medicare H ealth Insurance Plan Rankings, 2011-12. The health plan received a r anking of No. 2 in Florida and No. 22 in the nation for its Medicare plans, out of more than 403 Medicare health plans that were r eviewed. 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The Lady Bulldogs won the first game, then lost the second game but came back to win the third game and the match against the Lady Hawks of Viera.Close call See NOTES, B7CalendarF rom page B5 See CALENDAR, B9 Baking With BenefitsThe recipe for success for Holy Trinity Episcopal Academys Cooking Club is as follows: plan, prepare, and serve „ your community. And that recipe will continue throughout the 2011-12 school year, as the club tackles one of its most important projects to date. The cooking club has been tasked with preparing nutritious and balanced meals for the 12 children and two caregivers at The Haven, a Brevard County shelter for children coming from abusive or neglectful home situations. In 2009, two Holy Trinity students who enjoyed baking w anted to create a forum to share and develop recipes. The Cooking Club was born. Thanks in part to the popularity of reality cooking shows, the club grew to include roughly 50 members. The clubs faculty sponsor, Ti ff any Sergis, said that in the first year, the club was asked to help several charities and events, including a fundraiser for the J. K yle Braid Leadership F oundation, dedicated to fostering leadership skills in teenagers. F rom there, the club developed a charitable undertone. This years primary project is The Havens Chef du JourŽ program, which will earn each cooking club member four community service hours. This club is something thats fun and services the community,Ž Ms. Sergis said. The students really like it w hen they can help someone and share a favorite recipe.Ž But The Haven is not the only project on the calendar. In December, the cooking club will team up with St. Katherines Greek Orthodox Church for a pastry sale. As for the rest of the school year, Ms. Sergis said, We will focus on specific charities that the students choose.Ž Holy Trinity will be hosting upcoming open houses. The Upper Schools open house will be 2-4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5 at the Upper School campus, located at 5625 Holy Trinity Drive. The Lower Schools will be 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6 at 50 West Strawbridge Ave. in Melbourne.Hometown Newsnewsfp@hometownnewsol.comPhoto Courtesy of Holy Trinity Episcopal AcademyHoly Trinity Students Victoria Clark (standing), and Kayla Whitlock (seated) prepare cakes for worthy causes and community service hours in Holy Trinity's Cooking Club.678150

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F or more information,call (321) 434-4728 or email glor ia.fernandez@healthfirst.org.District complies with class sizeR eports produced, utilizing a district software program, indicate that Brevard P ublic Schools is 100 percent in compliance with the Class Size Amendment. The district's program, which was adjusted to run class size reports to mirror those that the state will use in its calculation, indicates that BPS has met the class size requirements for its 72,906 students. Associate superintendent of curriculum and instruction, Cyndi Van Meter, D ebra Pace, associate superintendent for human r esources, and the district's area superintendents and coordinators worked in conjunction with the office of educational technology, and the division of financial services to monitor district numbers. Their focus was to address class size issues and minimize disruptions to schools, teachers and students. The Class Size Amendment limits enrollment in core classes. There can be no more than 18 students in each class in pre-kindergarten through third grade, no more than 22 in fourththrough eighth-grades, and no more than 25 in grades nine through 12. F or more information,call (321) 633-1000,Ext.796,or email davis.christine@breva r dschools.org.Plaza Cleaners to donate services for Coats for Kids'Pla za Cleaners of 754 N. A pollo Blvd. in Melbourne has volunteered again this y ear to clean all the coats collected for the "Coats for K ids" drive at no charge. Last year, Plaza Cleaners cleaned approximately 1,200 coats that were distributed to needy Brevard C ounty schoolchildren. C oats will be ready for distribution Dec. 5-15. They can be picked up at the District Five Commission Office, located at 1515 Sa r no Road, Melbourne. A ny questions can be directed to the District Five Commission Office at (321) 253-6611.Breast Friends' raises $10,000 at annual charity eventBr east Friends of Florida r aised $10,000 at the Second Annual "Bikers for Breasts Ride for the Girls," fundraiser held in October. W ith more than 500 riders, and 24 of Brevard County's finest motorcycle officers escorting the group, the "B ikers for Breasts Ride for the Girls," event began and ended at Geoff Bodine's H onda of Melbourne. L unch was provided by R ed Lobster, with major sponsors including "The B each," 98.5 Radio, Elgin H ooper and Sinclair Law, H olmes Regional Medical C enter Cancer Program office, Dr. M. J. Castellon, T epas Breast Center, S penser Pest Control, MAB Oncology, Dr. Lisa Duhaime, and Dr. Sumeet Chandra. F or more information on Br east Friends of Florida, visit www.breastfriends.com.Men's basketball league forming in W est MelbourneBr evard County South Area Parks and Recreation is currently forming an adult men's 18 and older basketball league at the Rodes Park C ommunity Center. The center is located inside the new Max K. Rodes Pa r k, 3410 Flanagan Ave., We st Melbourne. Ga mes will be played on W ednesday and Thursday evenings. The team fee is $345, which includes a 10-game r egular season and a singleelimination playoff tournament. All activities are conducted and supervised by Breva rd C ounty Parks and R ecreation staff. F or more information, please call the Rodes Park Community Center at (321) 952-3215.Humane Society's 2 012 Best Pets of Brevard' calendar The Central Brevard H umane Society is sponsoring its 20th Anniversary 2012 "Best Pets of Brevard" C alendar. Gracing the cover are Mordecai & Bo, a kitten gently playing with his big furry" friend. O ther features of the calendar include the "In Loving M emory" of pets that have died, Honorable Mentions, P aws of Distinction and special "money saving" coupons. C opies of the calendar are $10 each and can be purchased at the Central Breva rd H umane Society located at 1020 Cox Road in C ocoa, any of the four Molly M utt Thrift Shops, located in downtown Melbourne, Merr itt Island, Palm Bay and R ockledge, local veterinary offices and online at crittersavers.com. Pr oceeds from the sales of the calendars will help raise awareness and financial support for the thousands of unwanted and abandoned" pets that visit the shelter each year, who need a safe and loving "forever" home. F or more information,contact the Central Brevard H umane Society at (321) 636-3343.Donations needed for Humane Society's thrift shopsThe Central Brevard H umane Society's four M olly Mutt Thrift Shops, located in downtown Melbourne, Merritt Island, P alm Bay and Rockledge are in need of donations. The donated items can be sofas (couches), dining sets, love seats, recliners, v anity sets, dresser drawers, beds (any size) with frames, headboards, dinette sets, ottomans, patio sets, sectionals, coffee and end tables and bedroom sets. F or more information, please contact the Central Br evard Humane Society at (321) 636-3343,Ext.203.University awarded Military Friendly School designation B arry University, which has continually supported military veterans and curr ent personnel looking to continue their education, has been recognized for this effort by G.I.Jobs the premier magazine for military personnel transitioning into civilian life. The university, which has more than 20 sites across the state, including those in M elbourne and Cape C anaveral, is among the top 20 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools that are doing the most to embrace America's military service members and veterans as students. F or mor e inf ormation,call (305) 899-3195 or visit www.barry.edu.Space Coast Area Tr ansit named 2011 Outstanding Transit S ystemS pace Coast Area Transit has received the 2011 Outstanding Public Transportation System Achievement Award for the state of F lorida, out of 32 transit systems in the state, by the F lorida Public Transportation Association. The annual Florida Public Tr ansportation Association organizational awards program recognizes excellence in the public transportation industry in the state of F lorida at the organization level, honoring a public transportation system that has demonstrated achievement in efficiency and effectiveness. D espite cuts in operating re venue, Space Coast Area Tr ansit was successful in increasing fixed route ridership each year by a double-digit percentage over the year prior. The criteria for the award also included achievements in safety, operations, customer service, financial management, attendance and employee costs, staff development, marketing, policy and administration, and community relations. F or more information, call (321) 635-7815.Brevard Community College names buildingAt a recent meeting of the Br evard Community College B oard of Trustees, Dr. Joe Lee Smith was honored in a very special way. The board unanimously agreed to formally name B uilding 7 on the Melbourne campus in his honor. The newly-renovated building is a multi-purpose facility that houses the computer lab, classrooms and a number of faculty offices. F or more than 40 years, Dr. S mith has been an advocate for students, faculty and staff, representing BCC on numerous community and civic boards. He is a native Floridian, www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 4, 2011 Melbourne B7 679412P alm Bay Shopping Center (Next to T.J. Maxx)(321) 984-1624Providing our clients with the dedication they deserve. Bring this Ad in for an additional5% 679558WELLNESS & PREVENTION PRODUCTS AVAILABLE 2161 AURORA RD., € MELBOURNE 321-421-6277BREVARDAIDTOANIMALS€ LOW COST SPAY/NEUTER € VACCINATIONS € PUPPY KITTEN PLANSV et Care Available Friday & Saturday W alk-Ins Welcome! COUPON Buy a 3 Pack Frontline $3900 Get 2 FREE Buy 2-3 Packs Frontline $7800 Get 3 FREE … HOURS … WEDNESDAYTHRUSATURDAY 8:00 AM 4:00 PM W alk In for VET CAREFri. & Sat. 679365CLOCKMAKER CLOCKMAKERWEDOHOUSECALLS!Clock & Watch Repair Center € Watch Batteries Installed(321)727-0640 € 536-4284Appointments Available 238 S. Wickham Rd. € Melbourne M-F 9-5 Sat. 9-2 30 Y ears! $2000OFFANY CLOCK REPAIRSwith coupon € Exp. 11/11/11Welcome BackSnowbirdsŽ! 679368 Metro WestShopping Plaza € NECorner of Wickham & 192 behind Walgreens3016 West New Haven Ave. € West Melbourne Friday Prime Rib 4-8pStarting at $999 $3.99HAMBURGER PLATTER! Roast Beef & Turkey Baked on Premises New York Style F amily Restaurant Homemade Food at Family PricesAnswer in next week's paperMonday: New Stuffed Peppers Meat Loaf T uesday: Roast Pork New Goulash &Potato Pancakes W ednesday: New Stuffed Cabbage Chicken Pot Pie Thursday: New Beef Tips over Noodles Shepard's Pie Friday: New Seafood with Lemon Sauce Prime Rib Reuben SandwichSUDOKU #41 Hours: Mon.…Fri 7am…8pm € Sat & Sun 7am…3pm321725-6855Introducing our "New Chefs" SpecialsSERVING DINNER 4-8PM MON-FRI Andy Stefanek/ staff photographerMeadowlane Intermediate Elementary School student Bryn Kalvan, 10, of West Melbourne works his magic on the sand during the Brevard schools sand sculpting challenge at this year's Second Annual Space Coast Sand Sculpting F estival, which took place at Space Coast Stadium in Viera. Area primary and secondary schools were judged on creativity when they took to the sand piles for the one-day sand sculpting competition.Shifting,shaping NotesF rom page B6 See NOTES, B9 YOUR LOCAL NEWS & INFORMATION SOURCE

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Fun With F abrics' for adultsHa ve fun creating a design in fabric. No sewing is r equired in this introduction to quilting. Co st of each class is $30, plus a $10 supply fee, which includes all supplies. Classes are 1-4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, at the Art Gallery of Viera, 2271 Town Center Ave ., Viera. F or more information,call (321) 504-4343 or visit www.artgalleryofviera.com.Coal War' exhibit at Cocoa VillageJ oin in 4-9 p.m. Saturday, No v. 5, for a preview of Brick & Mortar's new exhibition "C oal War" during the 20th Annual Historic Cocoa Village Gallery Walk. Pa r ticipants can start their trek "under the stars" at the Br ick & Mortar's gallery, located at 643 Brevard Ave. in Melbourne and follow the trail of stars marking each stop to explore 19 different galleries in Cocoa Village. A dmission is free with r efreshments, live music, lively conversations, and art demonstrations throughout the evening. Each participant that visits all 19 galleries on their "star" map will be eligible to win art prizes and gifts. Br ick & Mortar's exhibition "C oal War" will feature the work of visiting Kentucky artist Andrew Moore, who will be present during the evening. Y ou are invited to a sneak peak ofthese energetic landscapes with socially active themes. Br ick & Mortar is at 643 Br evard Ave., Cocoa. F or more information, please contact Lindsay K olsch at (850) 766-6958.Under the Harvest Moon' fundraiserH istoric Cocoa Village P layhouse is hosting the "U nder the Harvest Moon" fundraiser at Rockledge Gardens. The event will benefit the Historic Cocoa Village P layhouse programs and initiatives for the 22nd season. "U nder the Harvest Moon" will be at 5 p.m. Sunday, No v. 6, at Rockledge Gardens, U.S. Highway 1, Rockledge. The first fundraiser to be held at Rockledge Gardens, the event will include gourmet food from Carrabba's of M erritt Island with live entertainment by the Cocoa V illage Playhouse performers. S ilent auction items will be up for grabs, including a luxury Lake Tahoe private home for five nights, a seven-night stay in Idaho at T eton Springs Resort, along with a five night stay at Sky Va lley Golf Resort, Sky Valley, Ga. S ponsorships are available at $300, $500 and $1,000, with individual tickets starting at $75. F or more information, email delores@cocoavillageplayhouse.com or visit www.cocoavillageplayhouse.com. To contact the box office,call (321) 6365050.Surfside Players host auditions for Grease'He re is Rydell High's senior class of 1959: duck-tailed, hot-rodding T-Birds and their gum-snapping, hipshaking Pink Ladies in bobby socks and pedal pushers, evoking the look and sound of the 1950s in this rollicking musical. H ead "greaser" Danny Z uko and new (good) girl S andy Dumbrowski try to r elive the high romance of their "summer nights" as the r est of the gang sings and dances its way through such songs as "Greased Lightnin," "I t' s Raining on Prom Night" and "Alone at the Drive-In Mo vie," recalling the music of Buddy Holly, Little Richard and Elvis Presley that became the soundtrack of a generation. An eight-year run on Br oadway and two subsequent revivals, along with innumerable school and community productions, place this among the world's most popular musicals. And now it is coming to Su r fside Players. There will be open auditions Sunday and Monday, No v. 6-7, at 7 p.m. for "G r ease," the original high school musical, by Jim J acobs and Warren Casey. The director and choreogr apher is Christopher D. K irby, artistic director of the R enaissance Academy of Pe r forming Arts and Dance in Cocoa, who choreographed Surfside's acclaimed production of "Cats" last season. Pr oduction dates will be J an. 20 through Feb. 5, with option to extend to Feb. 12. Su r fside is looking for a cast of around 25, at least nine women and nine men, mostly in their teens and 20s with a few supporting roles for older actors. All auditioners must be in high school or older. In addition, auditioners younger than 18 must have audition forms signed by a parent or guardian giving consent. This is the original version, not the cleaned-up "school version," and it contains strong language. A uditions will consist of script readings, solo and group singing and learning a short dance number. P lease prepare an audition piece if you are able either sheet music for piano or a karaoke track on CD of a song you love and enjoy singing. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes. Su r fside Playhouse is located at Highway A1A and Fifth St r eet South, Cocoa Beach. F or more information,call (321) 783-3127 or visit www.surfsideplayers.com.Creative card-making workshops at Art Gallery of VieraLearn quick, fun and easy techniques in a relaxed setting to create quality cards and/or gifts. B eautiful, quality materials, including cardstock, decorative papers, stamps, inks, embossing products, die cuts and accessories are included in the price of the class. Fees are payable in advance of the class. Classes are Mondays, Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Art Gallery of V iera, next to Old Navy, 2271 To wn Center Ave., Space 400, V iera. Co st is $12 per class. F or reservations,call (321) 773-009 or (321) 961-2350 or email r eenathan@bellsouth.net.Beginning watercolor classA beginning watercolor class is being offered at Art G allery of Viera. No artistic talent is needed. Y ou can learn watercolor in this fun, stress-free class, taught by award-winning artist Bobbi Q. Brown. All the skills you need to become an accomplished watercolor artist will be covered in a fun and supportive environment. Tr y your first class free. Classes will be taught 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesdays at the Art Gallery of Viera at The Avenue. P lease contact Bobbi Q.at B obbiQBrown@hotmail.com or (321) 536-7773 to pre-register. Cost is $20 per 3-hour class. A supply list will be provided.Jewelry making in VieraLearn the basics of making jewelry in time for holiday gifting. Don't be intimidated by crimp beads, jump rings, tiger tail and findings. All materials are provided to make earrings and a necklace for $30. Class will be offered 10 a.m. to noon, Thursday, Nov. 10, or 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 17. The Art Gallery at Viera is at 2271 Town Center Ave. Suite 101, Viera. To enroll,call Beverly Morgan at (321) 507-4022 or the Ar t Gallery of Viera at (321) 504-4343.Life drawing with live modelDr awing from the human figure has been used by artists for centuries. This dynamic subject matter will improve your drawing skills in a way that no others can. This class will help demystify the figure and improve observational and technical skills. Mo re advanced drawers can hone existing skills and will be encouraged to develop your personal visual language. The class is at Indian Harbour Beach Recreation Center, 1233 Yacht Club Blvd., In dian Harbour Beach, T uesdays 9.30 a.m. to noon, Tu esdays, Nov. 15 through Dec. 20. C ost is $75 (for six weeks, which includes model fee). C ontact Paula Steere for more information and to re gister (required, as numbers are very limited). C all (321) 917-3236 or email steerepj2@aol.com.Call for miniature artistsThe Art & Antique Studio and Gallery at 1419 Highland Av e ., Melbourne is looking for extraordinarily talented artists in the field of miniature art for its Third Annual Art in Miniature Show. This is a juried show, will ru n Dec. 2-30. D eadline for receipt of hand-delivered entries is No v. 11. Mailed entries must be received by Nov. 18. Complete information and prospectus is available at artandantiquestudio.com. F or more information, email susan@jsusancolestone.com or call (401) 5964266.Holidays with Dino'This is nostalgia and a funloving tribute to Dean Martin, starring Alfie Silva. "H oliday with Dino" show dates are 8 p.m. Fridays, Dec. 9, 16, 23 and 30; 8 p.m. Saturdays, Dec. 10 and 17; and 2 p .m. Sundays, Dec. 11 and 18, with special performances at 8 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 21 and 22, 2 p .m. Saturday, Dec. 24 and 9 p .m. Saturday, Dec. 31. The event will be directed by P eg Girard and musical direction by Alfie Silva. The Melbourne Civic Theatre is at LeGallerie Plaza, 817 E. Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne F or more information,call M elbourne Civic Theatre at (321) 723-6935. F riday, November 4, 2011 B8 MelbourneHometown News 677245Answers located in Classified Section 679369Dental Insurance W elcomeMon-Tue-Thu 7:30-5:30 W ed 12:30-7:30723-0938917 S. 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nity wellness services. F or more information about VNA services,call (772) 567-5551 or visit www.vnatc.com.THUR SDA Y, NOV. 10 Grandparents Raising Gr andchildren of Brevard: Nov. 10: Grandparents R aising Grandchildren S upport Group meeting 10 a.m.Club Esteem, 3316 S. Monroe St.,Melbourne Nov. 15: Grandparents R aising Grandchildren S upport Group meeting 9:30 a.m.The Monroe Center, 705 Blake Ave., Bldg. D, C ocoa. Nov. 17: Grandparents R aising Grandchildren S upport Group meeting 6:30 p.m.Memaw's Restaur ant,4916 Babcock St. N.E., P alm Bay.. F or information or emergency assistance,please call (321) 631-7776. Air Force Security Fo r ces Association meeting: 11:30 a.m. Thursday, No v. 10. Tides Club, Patrick Air Force Base, Brevard C ounty. The Space Coast Chapter of the Air Force Security Fo r ces Association, a world-wide organization, meets every second Thursday of each month at 11:30 a.m. The organization is made up of professional active duty security forces, past security police and air police members, who all form the bond of the blue beret. Y ou do not need to be a member to attend the meetings; however membership is encouraged, and y ou are more than welcome to bring a guest. F or more information, call (321) 243-8919 or email twhitlock@cfl.rr.com.UPCOMING EVE NTS Free zoo admission to v eterans: Fr iday through S unday, Nov. 11-13. Breva rd Zo o, 8225 N. Wickham R oad, Melbourne. Br evard Zoo, in honor of V eterans Day, will offer free admission to military veterans and active-duty service members Friday through Sunday, Nov. 1113. "V eteran's Weekend" is sponsored by Harris Corporation. The zoo will also Editor's note: If the information below is incorrect or no longer valid,please contact H ometown News at (321) 242-1013. Adult Children Caring for Parents: 5:30-6:30 p.m. first Thursdays. 4676 N. W ickham Road, Melbourne. C all (321) 2534430. All Caregivers support group: 1-2:30 p.m. Thursdays. Brevard Alzheimer's F oundation, 4676 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. C all (321) 253-4430. Care for the Caregiver: 2-3:30 p.m. Tuesdays. One S enior Place, 8085 Spyglass H ill Road, Viera. C all (321) 752-2534,or visit www.oneseniorplace.com. Caregiver support groups: 10:30-11:30 Tuesdays and 11:00 a.m. to noon Thursdays. Leeza's P lace, 3661 S. Babcock St., M elbourne. C all (321) 9517118. Compassionate Fr iends: 7 p.m. third Tuesdays. Courtyard by Marr iott, 2101 W. New Haven Av e ., Melbourne. C all (321) 610-7875. Dementia care tutorials: 3-5 p.m. third Thursdays. Brevard Alzheimer's F oundation, 4676 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. C all (321) 253-4430. Divorce Recovery: 7-9 p .m. Tuesdays. East Minster Presbyterian Church, 109 N. Riverside Ave., Indialantic. C all (321) 302-0717 or visit www.divorceandrecovery.org. Family Memories: 1:303:30 Thursdays. Leeza's P lace, 3661 S. Babcock St., M elbourne. C all (321) 9517118. Fibromyalgia support group: 11:30 a.m. third Tu esdays. Meets for lunch at various restaurants in the Melbourne area. C all (321) 729-9563. Fr iend of Friends support group: 7 p.m. first Tu esdays. Holmes Regional M edical Center Cancer Pr ogram Office, 1350 S. H ickory St., Melbourne. C all (321) 434-8615. Good Grief Breakfast Club: 9-10:30 a.m. first and third Thursdays. Bob Evans R estaurant, 895 Palm Bay R oad, West Melbourne. C all (321) 751-6671. Legacy Harbor Caregiver support group: 10-11:30 a.m. second and fourth Thursday. One Senior P lace, 8085 Spyglass Hill R oad, Viera. C all (321) 2536320. Live L ife Now: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. fourth Tuesdays. Holmes Regional M edical Center Cancer Pr ogram Office, 1350 S. H ickory St., Melbourne. C all (321) 434-8615. Living With Loss innov ative hospice: 2-3:30 p.m. second and fourth Tuesdays. One Senior Place, 8085 Spyglass Hill Road, V iera. C all (321) 751-6671. Lymphedema support group: 6:30 p.m. second Thursdays. Call for location. C all (321) 752-1500. Mended Hearts Chapter 264: 12:30 p.m. second S aturdays. Auditorium at H olmes Regional Medical C enter, Melbourne. C all (321) 254-7218. Men Only support group: 9:30-11 a.m. Mondays. Brevard Alzheimer's F oundation, 4676 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. C all (321) 253-4430. Never Alone: 7 p.m. M ondays for singles. Peace L utheran Church of Palm Ba y, 1801 Port Malabar Bl v d., Palm Bay. C all (321) 727-3131. New Beginnings:Journey from grief to new life: 10-11:30 a.m. first and third Mondays. Franklin De Groodt Library, 6475 M inton Road, Palm Bay. C all (321) 751-6671. Parkinson's Support Gr oup of Brevard: 1:30 p .m. fourth Thursdays. Eau G allie Library, 1521 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 7510444. Recovery,Inc.: 10 a.m. to noon Fridays. His Place M inistries, U.S. 1 at Strawbridge Ave., and 7:30 p.m. M ondays at 268 Babcock R oad, Melbourne. C all (321) 722-2738. Safe Place support group: 10 a.m. first and third Thursdays. West Melbourne Library, 2755 W ingate Blvd., West Melbourne. C all (321) 2532222. Safe Place Evenings: 6 p .m. third Thursdays. W uesthoff Hospice, 8060 Sp yglass Hill Road, Viera. C all (321) 253-2222. Sit & Fit Exercise: 2-3 p .m. Wednesdays. Leeza's P lace, 3661 S. Babcock St., M elbourne. C all (321) 9517118. Survivors of Suicide support group: 6 p.m. second Thursdays. Wuesthoff H ospice, 8060 Spyglass Hill R oad, Viera. C all (321) 2532222. Taking off pounds sensibly: 9:30-11 a.m. Tuesdays, One Senior Place, 8085 Spyglass Hill Road, V iera. C all (321) 259-7557. born in Cocoa, and a graduate of Monroe H igh School. He graduated from Florida A&M University with both a bachelor's and master's degree in education. He earned the rank 1-A educational specialist degree and doctorate of education in administration and supervision. F or more information,call (321) 4337022 or email sparlings@brevardcc.edu.Thousands put on pink bras' in BrevardA pproximately 8,000 Brevard County r esidents, breast cancer survivors and business and community members joined together and put on pink bras at the American Cancer Society's "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5k Walk to Fight Br east Cancer" event to provide hope to all people facing the disease. This non-competitive, fundraising event united the community in celebrating breast cancer survivors, educated men and women about the importance of early detection and prevention and raised money to fund lifesaving research and support programs that will further the progress against this disease. This year's inaugural "Put On Your Pink Br a" campaign empowered walkers to w ear pink bras in support of the fight against breast cancer. Br evard County walkers accepted the challenge, decorating their bras with everything from lace to glitter to feathers. This year, Brevard County's "Making St ri des Against Breast Cancer" event was one of 27 held across the state. S ponsors of this year's "Making Strides" event include: Lexus of Melbourne, The Av enue Viera, VITAS Innovative Hospice Ca re Wuesthoff, Coca Cola, Charm Magazine United Space Alliance and more. It 's not too late to make donations to Breva rd C ounty's "Making Strides Against Br east Cancer." V isit www.putonyourpinkbra.com/brevard to help the society continue making strides and saving lives. F or more information about breast cancer,contact the American Cancer Society at (800) 227-2345 or visit www.cancer.org. Wo men's golf finishes 1 2th at Flagler Fall SlamF lorida Tech closed out the Flagler Fall S lam recently in 12th place with a twor ound total of 664 at the par-72 Marsh Cr eek Country Club. Over the final 18 holes, the Panthers combined to shoot a 333. L ynn hung on to first place by turning in a 41-over-par 617. Carson-Newman leaped Barry for second place with a 12ov er 300 in round two to finish at 43ov er. Barry, however, still placed among the top three at 48-over. J essica Hook was the top Panther finisher, tying for 35th following an 82 in the last round (163). R achel Polson accumulated one more stroke than Ms. Hook in the last frame to tie for 45th (165). Ka r isma Smith dropped three strokes from day one, shooting an 82 to tie for 52nd (167). Ja ra Templet jotted down an 86 and tied for 59th (169), and Chantelle Peddycord wrapped up the tournament with a 105. The Panthers will now rest up and prepare for the spring season, scheduled to begin in February. F or more information and final results, visit www.floridatechsports.com/media/2011 -12/wgolf/stats/FlaglerFallSlamRd2.pdf .New spay/neuter program available to low-income residentsBr evard County Animal Services & Enforcement and the Central Brevard H umane Society have partnered together to provide a new grant-funded program to low-income residents of Brevard C ounty that will enable them to have their feline(s) spayed or neutered for $20, which includes physical examination and spay/neuter surgery, per animal with a maximum of four per household. R abies vaccine is required for age appropriate felines, prior to surgery. This new program was made possible through sales of the Official Florida Animal Friend Spay and Neuter license plate. To take part in this program, complete the "Brevard County Spay/Neuter Application" online at www.brevardanimalservices.com or www.crittersavers.com. Ad ditional copies will be available at the Brevard County Health Department, the Housing Authority for Brevard County, Central Brevard Humane Society's S helter and Spay/Neuter & Wellness Clinic (both located in Cocoa), Molly Mutt Thrifts Shops in Melbourne, Merritt I sland, Palm Bay and Rockledge, and the No r th Animal Care Center and the South Animal Care Center. Once the application has been completed, mail along with the documentation of eligibility and a copy of your valid driver's license or state-issued identification card to: Brevard County Animal Services & Enforcement, 2725 Judge Fran Jamieson Wa y, B uilding A, Viera, FL32940. F or more information about the program,contact Brevard County Animal Services and Enforcement at (321) 633-2024 or the Central Brevard Humane Society at (321) 636-3343. For Hometown News www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 4, 2011 Melbourne B9 7032 Stadium Pkwy, Viera€504-7776679741 Crown Card Membership"Just $99 For One Year!" The Most Exceptional Value in Golf! Enjoy These Exclusive Crown C ard Benefits and Much, Much More!€ Receive the best green fee pricing year round GUARANTEED up to 20%Off! € USGAAnnual Handicap Service € Complimentary size upgrade on range balls OR$100 off annual range membershipJoin today ... www.durangolf.com or visit thePro Shop As much golf as I watch, I am constantly amazed at how often Tour professionals are disqualified or penalized for breaking a simple rule that almost anyone, especially someone playing this game for a living, should know. How many rules do we break over the course of a casual round? I thought about this on Saturday as I played with my son and a couple friends. As I paid close attention to myself and my partners, I found several. I sat down and condensed my list into a half-dozen United States Golf Association rules that someone in just about every group breaks during a r ound. At the risk of sounding like my father, I'd like to r emind golfers that we are expected to know the rules and play by them. No 6: Rule 7-2: A player must not make a practice stroke during a round (a practice stroke is different than a practice swing). How many of us hit a poor chip or miss a 2-foot par putt and try the shot again just to assure ourselves that we can make the shot? P enalize yourself two strokes in medal play or loss of hole in match. No 5: Rule 8-1: During a r ound, a player must not: (a) give advice to anyone in the competition playing on the course other than the player's partner; (b) ask for advice from anyone other than the player's partner or either of their caddies. How often do we ask someone in our group what club they just hit? How about asking for a yardage or if they think you can hit the ball over a bunker or ov er the water? Sorry, we're not supposed to do that. A dd another two shots or loss of the hole. No 4: Rule 4-4: The player must start a round with not more than 14 clubs. He/she is limited to the clubs thus selected for that round except if the player started with fewer than 14 clubs, the player may add any number of clubs provided the total number does not exceed 14. If I had a nickel for every time I have played with an extra driver, hybrid or putter, I could afford a few extra gallons of gasoline. We all know this rule, but break it because we're "trying out a new club" or we borrow a club from someone in our group to hit a shot or try it out. Add two strokes for every hole played with more than 14 clubs, up to four strokes maximum. You lose every hole played, up to a maximum of two in match play. No 3: Rule 27-1: If a ball is lost or out-of-bounds, a player must play a ball, under penalty of one stroke, as nearly as possible to the spot from which the original ball was last played. M any of us lose balls this way and simply drop one near the spot we feel it went into the woods or out-ofbounds. Usually it's done to avoid slowing play. No one wants to go back to the tee and excuse ourselves with the group waiting to hit just so we can correctly play our next shot. True, the rule may seem a little unfair, but the r ule is what it is and in most competitions you will find y ourself disqualified for failing to play your next shot properly. If you're not, it's a two-stroke penalty or loss of the hole. No 2: Rule 13-1: The ball must be played as it lies. This is quite possibly the most broken rule of all. M any times over the course of a round players will roll their ball out of a divot, onto a better patch of grass or set it up a little in the r ough. We're not pros, why shouldn't we have a good lie? Chances are we won't take advantage of it and hit a good shot anyway. P enalize yourself two shots or loss of hole and move along. F inally, the No. 1 rule broken on the golf course: R ule 1-3: Players must not agree to exclude the operation of any rule or to waive any penalty incurred. As friendly as we are, we cannot agree that everyone gets a mulligan on the first tee, or a mulligan on each side. We cannot allow "giveme" putts or "do-overs." Not even if everyone agrees to it. If y ou do, head to the 19th hole and drown your sorrows, because you're all disqualified. There you have it. Just a few things to think about the next time you're smacking that small, white sphere around. Then again, why shouldn't we have fun playing this game? After all, aren't rules meant to be broken? 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. Golf rules are really not meant to be broken GOLFJAMES STAM MER Support Groups NotesF rom page B7 CalendarF rom page B6 See CALENDAR, B10

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T he concert will be at the pavilions on Coconut Point, located on the south side of Sebastian Inlet, over looking the water. T he Friends of Sebastian Inlet State Park will host the "Night Sounds" at Sebastian Inlet State Park Concert Series. T he concert is free with regular park entry fees. Sebastian Inlet State Park is at 9700 S. Highway A1A, Melbourne Beach. F or more information about T ammerlin, visit www.tammerlin.com F or concert information, call (321)984-4852 or visit www.floridastateparks.org/seb astianinlet.provide free admission to spouses in the event the active-duty service member is currently deployed overseas. Pr oof of military service is r equired. Accepted forms include U.S. Uniform Services Card (active/reserve/retired), C urrent Leave and Earning S tatement, Veteran Identification card, Veteran's Organization Card (American Legion, VFW, etc.), a photograph in uniform, wearing a uniform, or a DD214. F or more information, please call (321) 254.9453. The Art of the Horse': 610 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11. Frits V an Eeden Gallery next to M eg O'Malley's in Melbourne. C o-hosted by Melbourne's o wn Frits Van Eeden, this event will be held Friday night, Nov. 11, 6 p.m. to 10 p .m. O pen to the public, the show features art by horses, as well as by Van Eeden. All work shown is for sale, and proceeds benefit the W ild Horse Rescue Center in M ims. The free event, held at the Fr its Van Eeden Gallery next to Meg O'Malley's, is South Br evard's chance to find out about the plight of the American mustang and celebrate the independence and intelligence of these endangered animals. R efreshments will be served, and there will be a silent auction for a painting by V an Eeden. Ca r ol Evans Poynter, a F lorida native, Eau Gallie H igh School graduate and long-time equine lover, is hosting the event, along with Van Eeden and Diane D elano, president of the W ild Horse Rescue Center. F or more information, email carol@mdyoga.com, or call (321) 733-7594. Singer/songwriter application deadline: S aturday, Nov. 12. A pplications must be r eceived by Nov. 12 for the F ifth Amateur Annual Si nger/Songwriter Contest, to be held Saturday, Dec. 3, 13 p.m. at Cocoa Beach Library. The library considers an amateur a non-professional musician who does not perform for a fee. The contest is limited to 10 contestants. Professional singer/songwriters will judge the contest. There will also be a people's choice ballot. Pick up an application in the lobby or download one from www.cocoabeachpubliclibrary.org Pr izes include an hour's r ecording time at a professional studio, opportunity to be a lead-in singer for one of the library's Sunday concerts, and songwriting books. The facilitator of the event is singer/songwriter Amy L ucey. F or more information,call (321) 868-1104. Space Coast Volunteers In M edicine Golf Tournament: 11:30 a.m. Friday, Dec. 2. 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2November 2011FOREVER YOU NG 676929 Oaklawn Memorial Gardens2116 Garden St.,Titusville FL 32796 Ground Burial ~ Mausoleum Cremation ~ MemorializationT ogether ForeverFREE LUNCHEON SEMINAR Call for Reservations Now! North Brevard Funeral Home & Crematory 1450 Norwood Ave.,Titusville FL 32796Funeral ~ Cremation ~ Preplanning Information on advanced preplanning. Preplanning freezes your cost FOREVER, pre-need planning can save you $1000s. Expressed Wishes Planning Portfolio Free Cemetery and Funeral Cost Planning and Estimates.Since 1973, we have treated our customers like neighbors; because they are.Placing personal decisions in your hands 321-267-8751Do this together,dont leave itŽ for family BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWS

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3BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG Circulation Inquiries: 1-866-913-6397 or circulation@hometownnewsol.comVo ted No. 1 Community Newspaper in America by the Association of Free Community Papers. Advertising Consultants Emily Eby, Georgia Gannon, Sherry Oliver, John Stoerback, Kim Pierce, Cynthia Prindle, Chuck StephensonPhone (321) 242-1013 F ax (321) 242-1281Classified (321) 242-0442Inside Sales Consultants Carol Deprey-Zelenak, Anna Vasquez, Debra SchroerBrevard CountyBREVPublished monthly by Hometown News, L.C., 1102 South U.S. 1, Fort Pierce, FL 34950 Copyright 2011, Hometown News L.C.Steven E. Erlanger Publisher and C.O.O. Ve rnon D.Smith Managing Partner Lee Mooty General Manager Phil Galdys VP/Director of Operations T ammy Raits VP/Managing EditorAssociate News Editor Shelley Koppel Photographer Andy Stefanek Major Accounts Manager Carl Guffin Advertising Sales Managers T erry Hart, Dale Rhodelander P roduction Manager Mercedes L. Paquette Editorial Page Design MeganSchumacher Graphic Designers Stephanie Stevenson, Karen Wood, Eric Macon, Sue Moye, Rita Zeblin National Accounts Manager Michele E. Muccigrosso Inside Sales Director P at Snyder Retired Air Force Staff Sgt. Bob Marconti, 62, of Melbourne Beach is still serving his country by working through the organization, United States V eterans for National Security. Their patriotic volunteers lend assistance to the Brevard Sheriff's Office, Melbourne and Palm Bay police departments during natural or man-made disasters with organized and trained veterans easily distinguished in their uniforms. Before joining the Air Force, Mr. Marconti served in Vietnam with the Army.Andy Stefanek staff photographer CALEND AR F riday, November 4Brevard Fall Festival Br evard Fall Festival is scheduled for Friday, Nov 4 from 10 a.m. to 1 p .m. at the Eau Gallie Civic Center located at 1551 Highland Ave. in M elbourne. Non-profit organizations, public agencies, health care providers and senior service organizations are coming together to provide information to benefit Brevard C ounty's communities. The event is free and open to everyone. The purpose of the event is to increase awareness of the availability of public services. Information booths will be set up to provide information about valuable services in the community. Ev erything will be free for the entire community, including lunch and door prizes. F or additional information and to r eserve your lunch,please contact L inking Solutions,Inc.at (866) 8997106.Saturday, November 5Suzy Greene Charity Golf Tournament The seventh annual Suzy Greene Golf Tournament to benefit Breast Ca ncer Research will be held on No v. 5th at the Habitat at Valkaria. The format is a four person scramble with an 8 a.m. shotgun start. The cost is $65 per player, which includes green fees, cart, r ange balls, lunch and prizes. All proceeds will be donated to the Br east Cancer Research Foundation in memory of Suzy Greene. Ms Greene who died of Breast Cancer in O ctober 2004 at age 59, was an avid golfer who loved sports and Disney. Fo r information,call (321) 951-0604 Bonsai Exhibit at Brevard Zoo Br evard Zoo will host a special bonsai show for visitors Saturday and Sunday, November 5 and 6 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the NyamiSee CALENDAR, 11 On the cover Close OutsHARDWOOD FLOORINGWhile Supplies LastClose Outs FOUR STARFLOORING"John Chetta", OwnerFOUR STARFLOORING"John Chetta", OwnerOPEN: Mon. Sat. 9am 6pm OPEN: Mon. Sat. 9am 6pm30 Yr. Experience Licensed &Insured 30 Yr. Experience Licensed &Insured401 Cross Road, Cocoa, FL 401 Cross Road, Cocoa, FL(321) 634-5419(321) 634-5419 STOPBYTOCHECK OUR NEW ARRIVALSSTOP BYY our FullService Flooring Store€ Laminate € Carpet € Tile € Vinyl € Hardwood € Laminate € Carpet € Tile € Vinyl € Hardwood679032FREE ESTIMATES 679704 ESTATEPLANNING BOOKLETHow To:Maintain Control, A void Probate, Conflicts, Taxes Plan for Health &Financial NeedsUsing:T rusts, Powers of Attorney, Health Care Surrogates By Attorney TRUMANSCARBOROUGH239 Harrison St., Titusville, FLComplimentary Copy Phone321-267-4770

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4BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG This month, Forever Y oung focuses on those who serve their country and their community By Shelley KoppelAssociate News Editor Se r vice is important in this month's salute to "Vets and Volunteers." In this issue, we honor two important groups in our community for whom service is a b yword. V eterans have fought in wars near and far to keep us safe and free. Volunteers serve to improve our communities and the quality of life for many of our neighbors who need a helping hand. In many cases, the volunteers featured are also veterans who still want to give back to their communities. There are many ways to volunteer. S ome people, such as those volunteering for Meals on Wheels and the G uardian ad Litem program, work directly with clients. Others work in thrift shops or in the organization office, keeping things going. Their work is just as important. V olunteers need to find that job that meshes with time constraints and comfort levels so that they will want to continue. Many of the volunteers featured in these pages have been volunteering for the same organization for more than 10 years. It's difficult to tell who has benefited more: the organization from their skills and help or the volunteers, from the intangible rewards they find in service. It is fascinating to see the range of volunteer opportunities available in our area. People work with animals, with children, with adults or behindthe-scenes. It doesn't matter. For each, there is satisfaction in being part of something bigger than themselves, of giving of themselves and of helping others. S ome of the veterans profiled volunteered to serve and some were drafted. All, however, consider service to their country an honor. Many had experiences they are reluctant to talk about, but they are not reluctant to discuss duty and responsibility. It was a pleasure and a privilege to interview everyone featured on these pages. They are truly gifts that keep on giving.

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5November 2011FOREVER YOU NG Tr ail-blazing veteran preserves legacies MELBOURNE Amicitia Maloon-Gibson has a keen sense of military history. When she retired from Army Corps of Engineers as a lieutenant colonel, she was one of only a few African-American women to achieve that rank. It was especially unusual as the engineers were known as a male bastion. No w she works to preserve the legacy of two groups important to the nations' history: the Tuskegee Airmen and the Women's Army C orps. Ms. Maloon-Gibson comes from S t. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin I slands. She enlisted in the Army in 1975 under a delayed entry program because she was not old enough and her father would not give his permission. S he went to college for a year, but a month after her 18th birthday, she entered the service. "M y dad wanted me to finish college, but I wanted to join because I wanted to save Gomer Pyle,'" she said, tongue in cheek. "He was so dumb. My grandmother and aunties were well-known educators on the island. I didn't want to do that. My dad was a retired police officer. I had a passion for the military." S he began her training as a priv ate in the Women's Army Corps. At that time, women and men did not train together. She graduated at the By Shelley KoppelAssociate News Editor See LEGACIES Page 9 677045CLAUDINE MOGGREALTOR1999 Londontown Lane, Titusville, FL 32796321-267-1445Cellular: 321-536-7766 claudinemogg@me.com Golf 1, Inc. 677049 Fr ee Consultation (321) 427-6531Considering an Estate Sale? Whether you are downsizing y our living situation or assisting a loved one during a life transition, Southern Trading Company works with you to get y ou the best results. WE ARE NOW BUYING:Costume Jewelry € Scrap Gold Art € Coins € Collectibles Antiques, Furniture, Etc.ESTATE SALES € SENIOR DOWNSIZELic./Bonded € 1 Item/Whole House Chamber of Commerce MemberEstate Sales by Southern Trading Co. 676844Jim SearsFurniture & Mattress GalleriesFlorida Style Furniture for Every Room in Your HomeŽ 60 E. Merritt Island Causeway € Merritt Island, FL € 459-3711 245 W. Cocoa Beach Causeway € Cocoa Beach, FL € 868-5554 3905 S. U.S. 1 € Rockledge, FL € 637-3385Brevards Mattress HeadquartersŽ Queen Pillow Top Set Queen Wall Bed$24800w/coupon$24800 $300 OFFw/coupon Bookcase &Mattress Extra$300 OFFReg. $399 Adjustable BedsW/Memory Foam Mattress$89800w/coupon$89800Reg. $1200 Reg. $1948Solid Wood BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWS

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MELBOURNE If you've seen a photo in H ometown News of the S pace Coast Symphony Orchestra, M elbourne Community Orchestra, C ommunity Band of Brevard or the Br evard Community Chorus, you've seen the work of Tom Saam. U sing the credit EauGalliePhoto.com, Mr. Saam gives back to the community by taking photos of local arts groups to use in promoting their organizations. P hotography has always been a passion for Mr. Saam, an engineer by profession. "I've loved it since I was a kid," he said. "I had a darkroom and as a teenager, I did photography for the school paper. I worked at a local paper in Michigan. I'd get a call from the photographer at the paper to cover a story. It was an after-school job." Mr. Saam studied engineering in college, but never lost his passion for photography. "I 'v e always been a photojournalist," he said. "I thought of making it my career. Engineering, though, was my calling. Engineers are frustrated artists." Mr. Saam bought a digital camera when his children went to school. They each played in the Eau G allie High School Band. "I did some volunteer work for the band," he said. "Tom Singletary, the director, engaged me to take photos and it was a lot of fun. I posted them online so families could download them and share." H is children graduated from the high school, but Mr. Singletary introduced him to other musical organizations in the area. "I 'm a music lover," he said. When I can find the time, I go to a concert and hear the music. I have the luxury of moving around and seeing the performance from all angles. If it also promotes the wellbeing of the organization, that's a good thing. "I t' s entertaining to see what kind of creativity lives in our community. I love seeing the range of ages in the C ommunity Band of Brevard. There are teenagers playing with 90-yearolds. It's great to see that." Mr. Saam said that there are some adjustments in photographing live performances. Theater lighting is challenging," he said. "It's not bright or directed where you want it to be. I use a z oom lens that allows you get fairly close in low light conditions. We don't use flashes during the performance because we don't want to disturb the audience or the performers. The photographer has to be invisible." Mr. Saam noted that technology has changed a great deal since those days in his Michigan darkroom. "N ow it's a digital darkroom," he said. "It's a tremendous improvement. You're not sloshing chemicals around. The reality is that it's easier, faster, cleaner and a lot less hazardous. You can take as many pictures as you want and you don't have to worry about the roll running out. The downside is that you take so many more pictures, that you have to take time to delete them." F or Mr. Saam, getting involved with his volunteer photography was an outgrowth of his love for music and kids. His children, now in college, both continue to play in school ensembles. 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7BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG PUPPY-D O G EYES Couple help raise and train guide dogs to give the blind and visually impaired more independence Photo courtesy of Barb and Skip WegenerBarb and Skip Wegener train guide dogs for the blind and visually impaired. VIERA Losing your sight doesn' t have to mean losing your independence, especially when you have help from a furry friend. B arb and Skip Wegener help train those friends, guide dogs from S outheastern Guide Dogs, an organization that trains guide dogs to help the blind and visuallyimpaired. S kip Wegener retired as a major in the Air Force and Barb left the Air Fo r ce as a captain. They recently moved from Sarasota to Viera, where Barb, a nurse, took a position at Viera Hospital as the director of surgical services. Their interest in training guide dogs is long-standing. "A good friend of ours in Cocoa became involved with Southeastern G uide Dogs and brought her puppies over. We had five kids, a golden r etriever and a Doberman. She brought the puppies over so they'd be exposed to big dogs and kids." B arb and Skip decided they wanted to help raise and train the puppies until they were old enough for formal training. They filled out an application, had an interview and a home inspection, to see where the puppy would live. They also looked at the other animals and the children, because everyone in the family unit has to be willing to help," Ms. Wegener said. "Everyone has to be committed to the mission of raising a puppy to aid a non-sighted person." They hand you a ball of fur that's eight-nine months old and tell you, here's a puppy. Raise it and teach it good manners and basic commands.'" Of course, it's not that simple. The training process, even for puppies, is rigorous. The Wegeners had chosen to r aise Goldadors, a cross between golden retrievers and Labradors. "W e chose them because goldens have such a wonderful, mellow disposition, but longer hair. Labs have more energy and shorter hair. The mixture of the two is perfect." The goal is to get the puppies to about 18 months, when they are r eturned to professional dog trainers to teach them the skills necessary for them to serve. "O nly 30 percent of puppies can actually be competent enough to guide a blind person," Ms. Wegener said. The person puts his life in the dog's hand. Other programs, suchSee PUPPY-DOG Page 14By Shelley KoppelAssociate News Editor

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top of her class and was sent to Fort S am Houston to train as a medic. Ev entually she became emergency r oom nurse and got an associate's degree in the mental health field. S he was sent to Officer Candidate School at Fort Benning. Her high scores in math and science earned her a commission as a second lieutenant in the Army Corps of Engineers, where she served for 24 years, r ising from platoon leader to lieutenant colonel. Among her assignments was a disaster relief mission after Hurricane Marilyn ravaged Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. "T w enty-four hours after it hit, we we re in place with shelter, ice and water," she said. "Our team of engineers worked with the local emergency management agencies. I got a humanitarian award and I'm proud of it." Ms. Maloon-Gibson and her husband, Silas Gibson, moved to Melbourne in 2000 because it was a destination in between their aging parents. She said that she could not have had her successful career without the help of her supportive husband. When she retired in 2005, Ms. M aloon-Gibson was able to indulge her love for military history. Of special interest to her were the T uskegee Airmen, America's first African-American airmen. "I carried the legacy of the WAC and the Tuskegee Airmen," she said. "I had studied about the Airmen, collected articles and watched movies. It was a passion. A lot of people didn't know there were women who never got credit. It was the pilots who brought the Tuskegee Airmen to life, but there were nurses, cooks, quartermasters, telephone operators, mechanics without them, they couldn't go anywhere. My goal is to carry that legacy." T oday, she is vice president of the General Daniel "Chappie" James, Jr., chapter of the Tuskegee Airmen F lorida. In that chapter are nine original members whose presence as Tuskegee Airmen has been documented. Most are in their late 80s. The Tuskegee Airmen are a dying breed," Ms. Maloon-Gibson said. There are about 290 still alive, but they are dying every day." The chapter is open to people who want to keep the legacy alive," Ms. Maloon-Gibson said. "We also r each out to youth to become pilots, astronauts and scientists and to study math, engineering and science. We provide scholarships to send students to flight camp and college." Ms. Maloon-Gibson is also devoted to the legacy of the Women's Army Corps. It was disbanded in 1978 and she was one of the last to serve in it. Women were then sent into the Army where men and women served together. She is president of the Space Coast chapter of the Women's Air Corps Veterans Association. "A lot of history has not been captured, especially about women and minorities," she said. "We're going back into the archives and getting older ones to tell the stories. Everyone has a story." Fo r information about the Brevard County chapter of Tuskegee Airmen, visit the website www.floridatuskegeeairmen.org. or call Amicitia M aloon-Gibson at (321) 537-5002.9BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG LegaciesFrom page 5 U.S. Air Force photoA replica P-51D unveiled during a dedication ceremony held at the 132nd Fighter Wing, Des Moines, Iowa, in 2002. The P-51D, classically painted as a Red Tail Angel,' identified to all that the aircraft was being flown by the Tuskegee Airmen. 677272I-95 Croton RoadApollo BlvdUS 1Eau Gallie Blvd Sarno RdMelbourne Intl Airport W (518)I-95 (Exit 183) Wickham Road US Highway 1 677390 SAYLORS CONSTRUCTION(321) 480-4754RemodelingByJerry@gmail.comFROM ROOF TO ROAD, NO JOB TOO SMALL!Kitchen &Bath Remodels Open Space Remodels Green Space Choices Roofing ServicesWe are one the most reliable contracting services on Florida's east coast. Our object is to provide you with the highest quality products, fair pricing and exceptional customer service.Honesty, Integrity, and Quality Workmanship SAYLORS CONSTRUCTION 677267

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10BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG "St r ess card! You gotta be kidding!" My Na v al vet son was incredulous. "When I went through boot camp if you didn't have a look of abject fear on your face your CO would put one there!""C andy! You had candy!? In boot camp?" My chocoholic Marine vet daughter's eyes bulged. "If we had been caught DREAMING about candy, our sergeant would have found out and sent us on a gazillionmile march with full pack carrying weapons. "P .T. every OTHER day!? "We had to do P.T. while standing in the chow line at every meal! In addition to what we did at 3:30 every morning!" S tep-Grandpa fits the crusty old Army vet profile perfectly. My Air Force enlistee granddaughter is her cousin Joe's partner in the "Y ou have it softer than we did" social order. She has been the sole occupant of said order for more than a year, and she welcomes a companion so the "Family Old G uard" (her words) has someone else to pick on. "J ust because Fred Flintstone wasn't our workout buddy doesn't mean we are not as fit as you all we re in your hey day Which was more than a few years ago, may I add!" Alicia is nine states away from her loving family, depending on cell phone technology to allow just a tad more leniency in her spoken words to her elders. N one of the above mentioned vets had the chance to jangle Joe's chain personally while he was in basic training, but the season for family dinners is fast approaching and we are all hoping he will be able to join us, albeit for different reasons. To say my family is competitive is akin to declaring the Grand Canyon is a nice little gorge. M onopoly games have been known to last weeks Our football games require real umpires Checkers have been known to be a contact sport. B ut it's the holidays that bring out the spirit in our happy conglomeration of personalities. Arriving just a few short weeks after Halloween, Veterans Day heralds in the holidays in our world, and that means family dinners. Fa mily dinners means some really great pot luck food and really great together time, which gets scarcer as our third generation grows older and requires chauffeurs and coaches. P laying the role of moderator (referee) I happily join and oversee lengthy conversations about current events and recent achievements. I begin looking for my gavel should the chatter drift toward politics, and with my varied group of veterans this inevitably somehow leads to which branch of the military is the best/worst. Wo r ds like "Jarhead," "Swabby," "M ud Stomper" and "Fly Person" (used to be "Fly Boy") are soon thrown around like pillows at a pajama party as lips curl and faces r edden. It 's r ight about now that the chronological ages are staying the same, but the mental ages are swiftly reverting. "Y ou wouldn't have made it a w eek at sea!" Roy has an uncanny ability to push just the right buttons. "Y ou USED to be a sailor I will ALWAYS be a Marine!" Jumping to her feet Cindy narrows in on her brother. "W e got there first!" There's Dad "B y plane!" Alicia is in the Air Forc e. "O h yeah?" It's like watching a ping pong match "Yeah!" Fu r ther reversion; G.I. Joe ROSE'S ROOMROSE PADRICK See ROSE, 18 676848 679526 Robin Brandimore Egoscue Certified, Postural Alignment Specialist Call Robin at 321-969-4131 www.straightenupwithrobin.comCall Today for a FREEPostural EvaluationIs PainKeeping You FromDoing What You Love? Sometimes our muscle patterns get off-track. Ill teach you gentle exercises and stretches that will restore function and get rid of pain.€ Back Pain € Knee Pain € Hip Pain € Loss of Balance € Organ Prolapse € Rotator Cuff Pain € Plantar Fasciitis € Degenerative/Herniated Disc 677357

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N yami River Lodge. The event features demonstrations on how to care for bonsai trees, and vendors will be on site selling bonsai trees and bonsai-related items. Guests visiting the z oo that day will have a chance to see more than 60 different bonsai trees. The Bonsai Society of Brevard hosts this exhibit. The bonsai exhibit is free with zoo admission. For more information on B onsai Weekend, please visit breva rd zo o .org or call (321) 254-9453. The Bonsai Society of Brevard meets the third Saturday of every month at 2 p.m. at the Melbourne P ublic Library, 540 Fee Avenue in M elbourne, Florida. Br evard Zoo is home to more than 550 animals representing over 165 species from North America, South America, Australia and Africa. The z oo features many extraordinary animal experiences including giraffe and lorikeet feedings, African and w etland kayak tours, and a train r ide. Brevard Zoo is located 12 mile east of I-95 at exit 191 on Wickham R oad in Melbourne 45 minutes from the Orlando airport. Open daily 9:30 am-5 pm (last admission at 4:15 pm). Call (321) 254-WILD or visit brevardzoo.org. Admission $13.75/Adults 13 and older; $12.75/Seniors ages 65+; $10.25/Children ages 212; and, FREE to children under two. Twentyfive cents of every admission goes to support the Zoo's conservation projects. Parking is always free. Group discounts and adventure packaging available. 8225 N.Wickham Road M elbourne,FL 32940 ahill@brevardzoo.org 321.254.9453 x 233 Founder's Day and Woman's Club Market Place "S alute toOur Troops" will bring out the red, white and blue in you during this Nov. 5, city event. There will be a Spectacular Parade, Live M usic, Entertainment, Festival Fo od, Plant Sale, Farmers Market, and SuperiorCrafters. Parade entries (neighborhood characters encouraged) call 773-6458 to participate in the parade which steps off at 11am from DeLaura Middle School. Call 777-5947 for craft/artist booth r entals. The Founder's Day festivities are held from 9am-3pm at the DRS Community Center 1089 S P atrick Dr. in Satellite Beach. Women's club seeks heroes photos The Satellite Beach Woman's Club and the Satellite Beach Recreation D epartment have planned a project to honor active duty military personnel at the Satellite Beach Craft Sh ow and Founder's Day "Salute To O ur Troops" celebration on Nov. 5. Du r ing Oct, there will be an "Our He r oes" photo display board located at the David R. Schecter Community C enter, 1089 S. Patrick Drive, Satellite Beach, where families and friends can post at 4" x 6" photo (max. size) of their active duty military hero. P hotos should be brought in during our office hours, Mon-Fri., 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. The photo boards will be displayed during the City's F ounder's Day Celebration on Sat., Nov. 5.Sunday, November 6American Cancer Society Relay for Life The fifth annual American Cancer S ociety Relay For Life of Viera/Suntree will begin the 2012 Relay season with a kick-off celebration on Nov. 6 from 4 p.m. 6 p.m. This years' operating committee will welcome past teams, new teams, survivors, family members, and those wanting to make a difference in the fight against cancer to the Holiday Inn V iera. Please join us for food, fun, and entertainment! R elay For Life events are held ov ernight as individuals and teams camp out at an athletic track, park or other gathering area with the goal of keeping at least one team member on the track or pathway at all times throughout the evening. 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12BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG Builder travels globe INDIALANTIC Larry Sietsma has always liked to do things his way. That's why he enlisted in the Marines. "I was draft age and I thought I'd r ather do what I wanted, rather than be drafted," he said. "I heard about the Ma r ine Corps Flight Program. I flew F-8 Cr usaders." At the very end of his tenure in the Ma r ines, Mr. Sietsma was sent to Vietnam in a support role. He recently r eturned to Southeast Asia to see how it had changed. "M any people have their own businesses, shops and roadside stands," he said. "It's bustling with motor scooters and motorcycles. Capitalism is what makes it work. That's what we were fighting for. S till the government has a tight rein, but once people get a taste of capitalism, it's impossible to reverse that." Mr. Sietsma became a commercial pilot for Eastern Airlines, but after 19 y ears, he could see that the airline was in trouble. He left and began a new chapter in his life. "I come from a family of builders," he said. "I'm fifth generation, going back to the Netherlands. It's in my blood. I kept reading that affordable housing was disappearing and I saw a need. I wanted to accomplish something. Mr. Sietsma formed Holiday Bu ilders. Its goal was to build affordable homes in Palm Bay, targeted at firsttime home buyers. "I t mushroomed," Mr. Sietsma said. There was a market in every city in F lorida and we spread out of Florida. I was blessed with really good employees and when I retired, I sold it to them. They paid me back early." F or some, that might constitute a busy life, but Mr. Sietsma had more worlds to conquer. In 2004, he and his wife, Sherry, flew an airplane around the world. When they returned, they gave slide presentations to a variety of groups. At one, a woman spoke about how affordable housing had disappeared and how y oung couples starting out couldn't afford housing. "I spoke to my daughter and she said she'd like to do something," Mr. Sietsma said. They started Avtec Homes in Palm Ba y, and while Mr. Sietsma stays informed, his daughter runs the show. Mr. Sietsma is just too busy. "I have a list of things I'd like to do," he said. "I hear about it or read about it and the next thing, I'd be doing it. I have an in-bred curiosity. I wonder about a lot of things. I look at the globe and see something." That curiosity has taken Mr. Sietsma to 118 countries. A few years ago, it took him to Antarctica. "I wanted to go south of the Antarctic Circle." Mr. Sietsma said. "We took a small Russian icebreaker to the r esearch stations. There were only 62 passengers. I talked to someone who By Shelley KoppelAssociate News Editor See BUILDER Page 26 Photo courtesy of Larry SietsmaLarry Sietsma hasn't been everywhere,' but it's on his list, he says. 679730 Dr. Aslam, MDCardiovascular Specialist Board CertifiedDr. Aslam, MDCardiovascular Specialist Board Certified1541S. Wickham Road W. Melbourne, FL 32904321-473-8991Fax:321-473-89921091 Port Malabar Blvd, NE Suite 4 € Palm Bay, FL 32905321-473-8991Fax:321-473-89921541S. Wickham Road W. Melbourne, FL 32904321-473-8991Fax:321-473-89921091 Port Malabar Blvd, NE Suite 4 € Palm Bay, FL 32905321-473-8991Fax:321-473-8992Heart Care Heart CareWe treat our patients like family.NEWPATIENTS WELCOME!Privileges with Palm Bay, Holmes, Viera, & Wuesthoff Hospitals€ We Accept All Insurances € € We Accept All Insurances € Hours: Monday Friday 8 am 5 pm On Call 24/7 Hours: Monday Friday 8 am 5 pm On Call 24/7 679318H ICKORY POINTEApartments $199Moves You In!(with credit approval)$600 $700 $600 $700 $600 $700 $600 $700 $600 $700 $600 $7001 Bedroom starting at $6002 Bedroom starting at $700 Rent Includes:FR EE T ransportation, FREE Basic Cable, New Fitness Center, FREE Intrusion Alarms, FR EE V isiting Nurse & Lots of Resident Activities in Our Clubhouse!hickor yp ointa p ts.com27 00 Carlson Circle €Melbourne321-72 3-1611

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13BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG Our fathers and mothers came home from World War II hailed by a grateful nation as conquering heroes. The evil empires of Germany, Italy and Japan had been defeated and once the surrender was signed aboard the USS Missouri, a celebration erupted all across America. That homecoming and the euphoria that followed resulted in more babies being born that at any other time in U. S. history U nfortunately, when those babies, currently known as baby boomers, grew to be young adults they too had a war to fight. This time however, the lines would not be nearly as defined as in World Wa r II. The tiny Asian country of V ietnam was locked in a bloody civil war. To the north was the Viet C ong who were supplied and supported by the communist in China and North Korea. In the south the army of The Republic of V ietnam was supported by the countries of the United Nations, but history would show that South V ietnam would become a protectorate of The United States. Thousands upon thousands of the baby boom generation would either volunteer or be drafted for service there. At home in the states our own revolution had begun. The late 1960s and early '70s would explode in protests. Civil rights for the races, women's rights, and a strong anti-war sentiment joined the hippie movement to push America closer to an all out civil war than it had been since well, the Civil War. The young people had experienced about all of the war they could take and were now ready to flex their new found muscle. The so-called peaceniks staged massive marches on Washington D.C. and smaller ones all across the nation. Dr aft cards were burned, kids took just enough college classes to evade military duty, while others beat a steady path north to Canada. The flower power bunch adopted the seemingly benign slogan of "make love not war." B ut what of the returning G I's and those left to fight a thankless war half way around the world? V ietnam would become the most confusing conflict in American history. Each evening domestic TV would show the bombings and give the daily body count while in country the soldiers constantly heard of the growing anti-war movement at home. Many of the y oung people in the military had themselves embraced the hippie lifestyle before entering the service. No w they were not sure where they stood and even questioned their o wn beliefs. Worse yet, they did not know if they now had the support of their own families and friends. The soldiers fighting the war we re even confused as to who was the enemy. The Vietnamese people looked and dressed similarly and a clear foe seldom could be identified. Even on their rare down time they could trust no one. Many times when the enemy was engaged they turned out to be no more than children. Deadly children, but children all the same. The American troops were not raised to shoot kids and with the true enemy so difficult to detect they adopted the slogan "shoot them all and let God sort em out." While that seems a despicable idea it does illustrate the confusion our service people were feeling. When the long war finally ended V ietnam vets, like all v ets, should be thanked LAND LINESD AN SMITH A-AdvancedHearing CareHelping folks to connect with the sounds of life and living for over 20 years rom the heart of Historic Downtown Melbourne at720 E. New Haven Ave., Suite 12 W alk-ins Welcome 9:30AMNoon, MON FRIAfter hours cheerfully by appointment Most Insurance Accepted Financing AvailableDan TaylorACA BC-HIS,COHC$15$15 *NORMAL FITTING FEES € MOLDS EXTRA Betterhearing with sona:vogue hearing aidsW ould you like to be able to follow an interesting conversation,a lively discussion,or contribute to an important business meeting without difficulties? sona:vogue hearing aids make it possible.Discreet hearing aids … small and sophisticatedsona:vogue hearing aids are so small they are practically invisible when worn. 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. Dont Be Shocked ByWhat You THINK Yo u Hear! Drop by for a FREE Appraisal(321) 722-2894679229Used Hearing Aids Bought & SoldStarting atƒ See LANDLINES Page 18

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14BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG as PAWS for Patriots, take dogs that have made what we call a career change.' They can help veterans in wheelchairs or with prostheses." The Wegeners had always had large dogs and they were familiar with obedience training. Still, there was a lot to learn. The commands are different than in obedience," Ms. Wegener said. "There are lots of rules. You don't want them jumping on the couch. It's not appropriate for a guide dog. They can't sleep in bed with you or eat people food. You can't treat them as a pet. It's funny, because our other dogs are pets. The puppy, though, stays on the ground. "P uppies go to church, restaur ants, movies and the grocery store with us. It's a good tool to get the public to know about them and good exposure for the dog. They always wear a blue coat when they're working that says Southeastern Guide Dogs: Puppy in Training.'" The most challenging part of the job is giving up the dog to complete its training so that it can be turned ov er to its forever person,' as the r ecipients are known. "I t' s horrible," Ms. Wegener said. "I t' s like giving away your child. You have to keep saying, they're not a pet and someone needs this dog to have an independent life and live it to the fullest.' You get a lot of comfort from that." The dogs complete six months of intense training, but before they are r eleased to their new homes, the trainer visits the recipient to see how the person lives. They see the basic lifestyle," Ms. W egener said. "They see the grocery store, the pharmacy, the bus stop and church. They run the dog and the blind person through the routines multiple times. They don't just hand the dog to the forever person.' There's a lot of individual training. The last month is at Southeastern's campus in Palmetto, Fla. They live in a dorm with the puppy." All of this is an expensive proposition. Training a guide dog costs $60,000. The dogs are provided to the recipients at no cost. The organization depends on contributions and fundraising efforts. The Wegeners are between puppies right now as they move into their new home, but they have a special dog with them. "W e have Colt, the first puppy we r aised," Ms. Wegener said. "He was a perfect puppy, a star pupil. When he w ent to Canine College, we cried." It turned out that Colt's disposition and heart were perfect, but his hips were not. He was put in the PA WS for Patriots program and then sent to Walter Reed to help in the r ehabilitation of vets from Iraq and Afghanistan. When the trainer was deployed to Afghanistan, the program was halted. "M y husband knew I missed Colt and he requested that Colt be r eleased back to us as a therapy dog. We have our beloved puppy back. We take him to elementary school re ading programs. He puts his head in the laps of the kids as they read to him. When Viera Hospital gets a canine program working, we'll probably have Colt." F or Barb Wegener, the program has given her a great deal. "A dog gives you so much love and affection and doesn't ask for much in return," she said. It's been a wonderful experience. Having a puppy helps keep you young." F or more information about Southeastern Guide Dogs,visit the website www.guidedogs.org.P uppy-dogFrom page 7 678628W elcome Home to Paradise!! W elcome Home to Paradise!!Resort Style Living at Brevard Countys Premiere Active Adult Community ATLamplighter Village Lamplighter Village Lamplighter Village Lamplighter VillageCall Today for a tour of Our 5 Star Community!! (321) 254-0303500 Lantern Blvd. Melbourne,FL 32934 www.cal-am.comOpen 7 Days AWeekCall Today for a tour of Our 5 Star Community!! (321) 254-0303500 Lantern Blvd. Melbourne,FL 32934 www.cal-am.comOpen 7 Days AWeekCall Today for a tour of Our 5 Star Community!! (321) 254-0303500 Lantern Blvd. Melbourne,FL 32934 www.cal-am.comOpen 7 Days AWeekCall Today for a tour of Our 5 Star Community!! (321) 254-0303500 Lantern Blvd. Melbourne,FL 32934 www.cal-am.comOpen 7 Days AWeekNew Homes Starting at just$69,900!New Homes Starting at just$69,900!New Homes Starting at just$69,900!New Homes Starting at just$69,900! 2 MonthsFREELot LeaseWith Coupon

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15BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG sion. Fu nds raised at Relay For Life of V iera/Suntree are enabling the American Cancer Society to impact the lives of those touched by cancer within the community. Through r esearch, advocacy, and education we are making a difference right here in Brevard County! To RSVP for the November Kickoff Event, please contact Event Chair Susie Parente at (321) 6983656 or via email at rflvierasuntree@cfl.rr.com. P lease make plans to join others from our community for one day, one night, one community, one fight! American Cancer Society P hone:(321) 253-0361 ext 5757 Serene Harbor Fundraiser Luncheon & Tour Aboard Royal Ca r ibbean's "Freedom of the Seas" On Sunday Nov. 6, we will get to see the Suites from the Presidential to the Royal to the Owner's suite, etc. (based on availability that day), then some of the unusual cabins. We then go to the public areas like the Flowrider on the pool deck, gym, ro yal promenade, theater, disco, crown lounge, and specialty restaur ants.It all culminates with lunch being served in the main dining r oom at 12:30 pm.There will be the choice of 2 appetizers, choice of 3 entrees (pasta, fish, beef) and dessert.There will be raffle prizes and lots of fun.We need to be at the Po rt C anaveral Pier 9-10 by 10:15am at the latest and disembark around 2:30 pm.There is extensive walking involved.This is limited to 50 participants.Tickets are $35. C all Nancy for information and to r eserve yourspot at (321) 726-8282 Woof It Up The City of Cocoa and Brevard C ounty Dog Training Club are hosting their sixth annual Woof It Up is from 11 a.m. 4 p.m. at Riverfront Pa r k. Admission is free. There's lots of fun, activities, and entertainment for you and your dog. Y our dog can chase a mechanical lure, bob' for apples, get micro chipped, earn a Canine Good Citiz en title and pose for a photo with S anta. F or more information visit our website at www.cocoafl.org or call (321) 639-3500.T uesday, November 8Coping during the Holidays The holiday season can be a time of great joy but also a time of stress caused by everything from financial pressures to facing the holiday season after the loss of a loved one. Learn coping skills at this free seminar with Licensed Mental Health C ounselor Charlotte Lehton. The event will be from 6:30 7:30 p .m. at the Grace Education and A dministration building, Room 207. 65 Needle Blvd. Merritt Island,FL 32953,321-452-2420 www.gracemethodistmi.com W ednesday, November 9People in Print welcomes Tim D orsey P eople in Print welcomes back popular Florida mystery writer, Tim Dorsey, who will speak about the writing process and sign his latest comic crime novel, When Elves A ttack, on Wednesday, November 9th at 2:30 PM at Cocoa Beach Library. Nobody does Florida weirdness quite like Tim Dorsey! Case in point: When Elves Attack, is the New Yo rk Ti mes bestselling author's twisted Christmas present to his legion of adoring fans, who can't get enough of thrill-killer and Sunshine S tate historian Serge A. Storms, the most endearing psychopath since D exter. Dorsey offers the perfect antidote for all those sappy feelgood holiday stories with this zany blockbuster extravaganza, in which his wonderfully deranged serial killer Floridaphile delivers his special brand of Christmas cheer. More outrageous than Santa Claus in aCalendarFrom page 11 CIGARETTEDEPOT2595 W. NEWHAVEN WESTMELBOURNE, FL32904 440 W. MERRITT ISLANDCSWY MERRITTISLAND, FL32953 678669 No Chemical AdditivesIncluding:Marlboro, Lights, Camel, Winston, Kool, Newport, Salem and all others! See CALENDAR Page 16

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16BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG S peedo, When Elves Attack serves up a Yuletide feast of the "pure gonzo humor" the New York Times Book R eview enthusiastically attributes to this fearlessly funny writer. Think B ad Santa and National Lampoon's F amily Vacation, blend in Dorsey's trademark appetite for destruction, and you've got hilarious crime fiction black comedy that anyone would be thrilled to discover stuffed in their Christmas stocking. "The undisputed king of the comic crime novel."Providence Journal. (321) 868-1104 Thursday, November 10Bar Foundation Dinner The dinner is scheduled for No vember 10, 2011 at 6:00 p.m. at the Eau Gallie Yacht Club. Tickets for the dinner may be purchased on the Bar Foundation's website (breva r dbarfoundation.org) for $45.00 per person or $500.00 for a table. Ev ent sponsorships are also available. Dr Anthony Catanese, President of Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) will be presented the Brevard B ar Foundation's inaugural Community Leadership Award at the event. Y ou may also purchase tickets or obtain information about being an event sponsor by calling the law office of the event coordinator, A ttorney Michael Kahn at (321) 2422564.F riday, November 11Free Admission to the Brevard Z oo over Veteran's Weekend Br evard Zoo, in honor of Veteran's Da y, will offer free admission to military veterans and active-duty service members Friday through Sunday, November 11to 13.Veteran's W eekend is sponsored by Harris C orporation. The zoo will also provide free admission to spouses in the event the active-duty service member is currently deployed overseas. Pr oof of military service is r equired. Accepted forms include U.S. Uniform Services Card (active/reserve/retired), Current Leave and Earning Statement, Veteran Identification card, Veteran's Organization Card (American Legion, VFW, etc.), a photograph in uniform, wearing a uniform, or DD214. F or more information,please call 321-254.9453.Saturday, November 12Walk for a cause No vember is National Epilepsy A wareness Month so please join us on Saturday, November 12th, for the Br evard County Epilepsy Walk at G leason Park in Indian Harbour B each. The purpose of the Walk is to create epilepsy awareness and raise money for children and adults that are in need of medical assistance for their seizures.100 percent of the donations raised from this event supportthe programs of the Epilepsy Association of Central F loridaand stay in Brevard County. We have something for everyone at the Brevard Walk.It is a great family event.In addition to food and beverages being served, the Stevie Legend Band will again be performing.There will be a silent auction, door prizes, face painting and balloon art, bounce house, goody bags, games and more surprises.Tosee last year's Walk video, register andcreate your own personal fundraising website go towww.brevardepilepsywalk.com We r equest aminimum of $30 to be r aised in order to receive an event tshirt.On-site registration begins at 8:00 a.m. and we walk at 9:00 a.m. In order for the Walk to again be a success,we need your help. Besides walking and building your team, we can use moreauction items, door prizes, and sponsors. For moreinformation or to join our Walk Committee,please call 1 (866) 864-CalendarFrom page 15 See CALENDAR Page 17 EARN CASHI Buy Early Space Program Memorabilia From the Mercury,Gemini,Apollo,Skylab and Early Shuttle ProgramsVintage Photographs,Cloth Mission and Contractor Patches,Access Badges, Astronaut Autographs,Contractor Models,Booklets and Manuals, Items Flown in Space,Etc.Please email Don at lunarlegacies@gmail.com677388Call 321-848-3337

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1416 Ext.102 or (321) 253-4112. Valiant Air Command Open H ouse There will be an open house at the V aliant Air Command, Nov. 12 and 13. Admission is free for all military, A ctive or Retired, and all Brevard C ounty residents; with ID. Plus, this y ear we will also allow Free admission to ANY Florida resident with ID. F or more information contact: (321) 268-1941,or visit our website at www.vacwarbirds.org. St.Luke's,Merrit Island 27th Annual Holiday Fair No vember 12, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. the annual St. Luke's Episcopal Church H oliday Fair located at 5555 N. Tropical Trail. The fair offers something for everyone and all proceeds go the C entral Brevard Sharing Center. This year the event will be held on S aturday, November 12 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p. m.). Booths will feature plants, toys, books, crafts, attic treasures, and a silent auction on many items. Children's entertainment includes a paintball range, train ride, and face painting. A lunch prepared by church members will feature delicious homemade soups, as well as hot dogs, hamburgers and the trimmings. Ga r dendale Elementary School Sh o wstoppers will also perform. Jim Br ush, St. Luke's music director, will give a music recital at the historic chapel located on the campus. Masons Announce the "Doughnuts for the Heart Challenge" The Masons of the 26th Masonic D istrict (Brevard County) are holding a unique event both to raise funds for cardiac research and to r aise public awareness about heart health: the Doughnuts For The H eart Challenge. Registration starts at 6:00a.m. The race begins at 7:30a.m. Nov 12 at Wickham Park P avilion, 2500 Parkway Drive, Melbourne. The Challenge consists of a road r ace in which each runner will cover two miles through the park, eat a dozen Krispy Kreme doughnuts then r un an additional two miles back to the start/finish line. Fu nds raised by this event will benefit the Cardiac Research Institute (CRI) at the Masonic Medical R esearch Laboratory (www.mmrl.edu). F or more information,visit http://district26.hiram.net/ or www.doughnutsfortheheart.com Epilepsy Walk The 2011 Brevard County Epilepsy W alk is scheduled again at Gleason Pa rk in Indian Harbour Beach we will have back by popular demand the Stevie Legend Band, the auction and more. Food, family and friends and some surprises, and, all for a great cause epilepsy! We walk on Saturday, Nov. 12. It isn't that far away so register today! F or more information you can also call either (321) 253-4112 or toll-free 1(866) 864-1416 ext.102.Sunday, November 13Coin Club Coin Show The Titusville Coin Club is sponsoring a Coin Show on Sunday Nov. 13 at the Searstown Mall, 3550 S. W ashington Ave, Titusville. 10 am to 5 pm. Dealers present to appraise, buy, sell, coins, scrap gold/silver, paper money, exonumia and jewelry. 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18BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG for the U.S. in late 1973 the returning service people we re not greeted as heroes. There was no celebrations or parades. Instead the American public rushed to forget one of the most distasteful episodes in our history. Also forgotten were the fighting men and women and the sacrifices they had made. Often they had to endure derision from the malcontents and draft dodgers who had stayed behind. Many could not wait to take off their uniforms. It was not a pretty time in American history. It would be years before the Vietnam vets would gain the r espect they deserved and take their rightful place alongside past heroes. In r ecent years the American service people who have fought in the Middle East have greatly benefited from the residual shame of how the 'Nam vets were treated. The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are every bit as unpopular as was the war in Vietnam but the American populace has learned their lesson well. Soldiers r eturning from the Middle East are given the full r espect due them. They can partially thank a Vietnam vet for that. They to are every day Americans who have been called upon to serve in an unpopular war. Not knowing who your friends are or who the enemy is makes the job all the more tough.LandlinesFrom page 13 Cindy is not known for pulling punches, "Y ou keep being a butt head and I'm going to tell Mom where you REALLY were the night of your high school prom when the ballroom was evacuated!" "O h yeah, I think it's time Mom found out who REALLY had her car out most of the night when you were too young to have a license, then convinced her she actually did park it in the neighbor's yard!" I distinctly r emember asking Roy if he knew anything about that incident at the time and being angelically assured he did not Lest I discover hidden truths that would cause me to have retroactive panic attacks, I do some reverting myself To a tried-andtrue method of snapping my offspring back into adulthood "I r ead somewhere that it's not a crime to step on the American flag" H eads snap around and chests expand. What?! Where did you read that?" "People fought and died for that flag!" "And still are!" Roy's face begins to redden again. Cindy's eyes flash, "I served my country so everyone can have freedom of speech, not to disrespect our flag!" Alicia chimes in via the cell phone: "Me too!" Don't forget me!" Dad's actually growling. I just love it when a family comes together Especially if they do so before dinner gets completely cold. Jo e, when you enlisted in the military you joined more than one elite group Welcome And please pass the mashed potatoes PS. My favorite bumper sticker reads "If y ou can read this thank a teacher, if you can r ead it in English thank a veteran" I think that about says it all, please take a moment this holiday and every day to say a short prayer for all who are serving so we may be free and their families who are struggling without them. R ose Padrick is a Brevard County resident who grew up in Merritt Island.She's written numerous columns and short stories published in various area newspapers and magazines and is currently awaiting publication of her children's book,"Sparky's Adventures."RoseF rom page 10 672044 Affordable Hearing Aids Affordable Hearing AidsCocoa Beach Hearing Center 267 W.Cocoa Beach Cswy. Cocoa Beach,FL 32931(Located in the White Rose Shopping Center)321-784-2668 321-784-2668W ayne SmithBoard Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist Sales and Service ~ All Makes and Models Proudly Serving Brevard County for almost 30 years!W ayne Smith 675798An exciting new publication From celebrating the active lifestyles of Floridas boomers !5 separate local editions,one for each county served by 25,000 copies of each edition will be home delivered and available for single-copy pick-upTO ADVERTISE CALL TODAY

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19BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG and future projects. The proceeds from this event will help provide a new playground and playground equipment lost in a fire at McLarty Park several years ago. Entertainment for the entire family will include food, music, r affles, games, a bounce house, as w ell as Fire Department and Police D epartment static displays. As a grassroots project, all proceeds will benefit the recreational needs in Rockledge and neighboring cities. Future goals include: include a dog park; nonmotorized boat ramps at several parks; new walking paths; picnic tables; an events pavilion; memor ial benches, and much more F or further information,contact the Foundation at (321) 632-7522, r ockledgerocf@gmail.com or on the web at www.rockledgerocf.org.Monday, November 14Project Graduation Fundraiser The Atlantic Ocean Grille on the C ocoa Beach Pier will host a fundraiser for Project Graduation on Monday, Nov. 14 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Project Graduation supports Cocoa Beach's high school graduating class with a safe celebration of their achievement. The restaurant will offer a choice of two complete meals for $10 per person. Baked flounder almandine or venetian chicken each will be served with fresh baked bread, salad with ranch dressing, rice pilaf and vegetable medley. Coffee, tea and soft drinks are included, with a bake sale to follow. To go orders welcome. Tickets available at the door, from your neighborhood senior, by calling 613.2561, or emailing vana2@ymail.com.W ednesday, November 16Melbourne Band celebrates theCalendarFrom page 17 See CALENDAR Page 20 T he theme for January's Forever Young is "Reinventing yourself." After turning 50, have you or someone you know decided to do something you've never done before? Maybe you've retired from your life's work as an accountant, and decided to take up painting, or write a book. P erhaps you've taken on a second career, or taken up a whole new hobby or decided to take a trip around the world. Whatever it is, we want to hear from you. Y ou can send your thoughts and story ideas to foreveryoungmc@hometownnewsol.com. The deadline is Nov. 15.We w ant to hear from you 677046 Open Tuesday thru Saturday677929 Real Wood Furniture ...finished your way! Desks, Consoles, CustomWall Units, Dining, Bedroom, Bookcases and More!

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20November 2011FOREVER YOU NG sounds of Latin music "I t Takes Two to Tango" is the theme of the November free concerts by the Melbourne Municipal B and. The concerts begin at 7:30 p .m. Nov. 16 17 and are held at the M elbourne Auditorium, 625 E. H ibiscus Blvd. Admission is free and tickets are not required. A ttendees will be treated to a lively program of music with a Latin twist, including such popular selections as Malaguena, Begin the B eguine, Mexican Hat Dance, and The Best of Miami Sound Machine. C all (321) 724-0555 or visit www.mmband.org for more information.F riday, November 18Brick and Mortar's "Potluck Film Sh ow case" Local art cooperative Brick & Mortar is opening a call to local filmmakers for a chance to be featured in their "Potluck Film Showcase" on Fr iday, November 18, 2011 starting at 8 p.m. in their studio at 643 Breva rd Av enue in Historic Cocoa Village. The event is scheduled from 8:00 p.m.-12:00 p.m. and admission is $5, or free if you bring a dish. For more information,contact (321)252-9333 or visit www.BrickandMortarBuilt.com B rick & Mortar 643 Brevard Ave. Cocoa The Potluck Film Showcase will bring together the best of community, food, and local film. Attendees are asked to bring their favorite dish and support local film producers, directors, and enthusiasts. F or more information,please contact Lindsay Kolsch at (321) 2529333 or lindsay@brickandmortarbuilt.comSaturday, November 1915th Annual Artworks Festival This years event will take place Nov. 19 20 from 10 a.m. 5 p.m. each day. The event is free, including the entertainment. A food court offers a variety of goodies to eat and all the art will be for sale. F or more information call 321242-1456 or visit the ArtWorks website at info@artworksofeaugallie.org Teeing up with space Te eing up with Space Shuttle astronauts is the theme and the U.S. S pace Walk of Fame Museum is the beneficiary of a golf scramble scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 19 at the Walkabout Golf Club in T itusville. J on McBride, the pilot of STS-41G (1984) and Bob Springer, mission specialist for STS-29 (1989) and STS-38 (1990) are the featured contestants. The event, which begins with an 8:30 am shotgun start, includes half-cart, mulligan's, prizes and barbecue lunch for an entry fee of $70 per player. Entries must be received by Fr iday, Nov. 11. F or more information,contact S teve Bishop (321) 269-4673. Art In The Park The 27th annual Indian Harbour B each City Art & Crafts Show will be held in Gleason Park from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 19th (with November 20th as a rain date). M any vendors will display their work, which includes custom woodworking; hand crafted jewelry; photography; mixed media; acrylics; and mosaics; floral arrangements and wreaths; knitted and crochet items; sculpture and stained glass; crafts; pottery; home made soap and herbal products; and much more. Co me enjoy a day in the park, shop at our many vendor booths, and enjoy yummy treats to eat! 1233 Yacht Club Blvd. In dian Harbour Beach,FL 32937 P hone (321) 773-0552 Junior League Of South Breva rd 's F estival of Trees The Junior League of South Breva rd will be having its annual Festiv al of Tree's event at the Maxwell C K ing Center, 3865 North Wickham R oad, Melbourne, Nov. 19 from 10CalendarFrom page 19 See CALENDAR Page 21 678490 Buy Two, Get OneFREEAny Item € Of Equal or Lesser ValueBuy Two, Get OneFREE Not available with any other discounts or offers. € Expires 11/30/11 Publix Plaza on 3814 Murrell & Barnes BlvdROCKLEDGE638-8712855 PalmBay Rd. In Front of Wal-MartW. MELBOURNE726-0909Available only at these GNClocations: WE BEAT ALL PRICES! WE BEAT ALL PRICES!We Beat Physical Addictions Prices Everyday 676839STAIRS or STEPS need replacing? Mo bile Home Replacement Stepsƒ. OR Co ncrete replacement stairsƒ..CALL TODAYƒ..STAIRS TOMORROW!by Designer ConcreteCall John Cowger … Your concrete specialist!772-584-0061 € www.dccfy.com 676935NAILS ON WHEELS & MORE WECOMETOYOU! Gift Certificates Available. Call Joan: Cell561-512-9017or Office321-914-3091Sterile Equipment References Lic. &Ins.ExperiencedManicures, Pedicures, Skincare, & Many Helpful ServicesWe travel to Senior Communities, Homebound, Office, etc.DBA Red Rose Concierge, Inc. 321-724-194928 Laurie St. Melbourne Serving all CemeteriesEAST COAST MONUMENT CO.Oldest Full Service Monument Company in BrevardBronze € Memorials € Granite Monuments € Markers € InstallationWe Buy UNW ANTED Cemetery Propertyin Fountainhead Memorial Park676846We Sell Cemetery Property All Major Cemeteries BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWS

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21BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG a.m. 5 p.m. and Nov. 20 11 a.m. 5 p .m. A dmission is $10 for adults, $5 for senior citizens, $5 for children (312). Free for children 2 and under. All of the money raised at the event will be donated to local county charities and community needs including Community of Hope (providing transition housing for families), Connected by 25 (assisting y outh who are aging out of the foster care system) and Kids in the Kitchen (educates children about nutrition). C all (321) 610-8950 for more information or visit www.jlsb.net. Take Stock In Children's "Strides for Education"5k T ake Stock in Children's "Strides F or Education" 5K Walk/Runs are open to all individuals, families, companies and local organizations, and will feature family-friendly activities, giveaways, and much more. Registration is $35 per person, with all proceeds to benefit T ake Stock in Children, which curr ently serves nearly 8,000 students in grades 6-12 annually throughout 67 counties in Florida. To learn how you can support Take S tock in Children's "Strides For Education"5K Walk/Run as a participant,volunteer or sponsor,please call (888) 322-4673 or visit give.takestockinchildren.org. Sunday, November 20Critter Run The Central Brevard Humane So ciety will host its 14th Annual Cr itter Run on Sunday, November 20th, starting at 10 a.m. at the Hu mane Society located at 1020 Cox R oad in Cocoa.The cost to participate in the poker run will be $7.00 per hand or (2) hands for $10.00.All vehicles are welcome. The run begins at the Central Breva rd Hu mane Society and will end at Dog n' Bone British Pub, located at 9 Stone Street in Cocoa Village.TheCalendarFrom page 20 See CALENDAR Page 22 W hat's bugging you? It' s that time of the year when new and interesting viruses and bacteria are about to emerge again. The key to your best overall health and longevity is to build up the immune system ahead of time. N ot only does it protect the body from the flu and colds but it also provides protection against chronic fatigue, inflammatory conditions, cancers, allergies and numerous other conditions. The immune system has trillions of cells that work together to defend and protect the body. If some of those cells are not strong enough, they can throw off the whole system. It 's like building a house of cards that's nice and strong; if you then r emove some of the cards from the middle, the house will probably collapse. This is how the immune system works; when we are eating healthy, exercising, using herb and supplements, the immune system r emains strong. So how do you strengthen the immune system? 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22BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG first bike out will be scheduled to leave at 10 a.m., with the last one departing at 11:30 a.m. All proceeds from this event helps to raise awareness and financial support for the thousands of unwanted and abandoned pets that visit the shelter each year, who need a safe and loving "forever" home. F or more information,contact the C entral Brevard Humane Society at (321) 636-3343 or visit www.crittersavers.com.Upcoming and Ongoing EventsSatellite Beach Recreation D epartment Classes The Satellite Beach Recreation D epartment, 2089 S. Patrick Drive, S atellite Beach, offers classes Mon.Fr i. These classes are reoccurring throughout the month. M onday is the Bone Walkers plus (osteoporosis safe exercise), Riseup4Fitness, Hatha Yoga, Have fun, stay fit aerobics, 3 H's Exercise Class for Adults and Seniors. T uesday is Hatha Yoga and an indoor walking group classes. W ednesday is 3 H's Exercise Class for adults and seniors, Have fun, stay fit aerobics, indoor walking group, Hatha Yoga and Riseup4fitness classes. Thursday is Hatha Yoga and the indoor walking group classes. Fr iday is Riseup4fitness, Have fun, stay fit aerobics and the 3 H's exercise class for adults and seniors. Classes,times and cost vary.Call (321) 773-6458 for more information or visit www.satellitebeachrecreation.org Call for Miniature Artists The Art & Antique Studio and G allery at 1419 Highland Avenue, M elbourne, Florida is looking for extraordinarily talented artists in the field of miniature art for its Third Annual Art in Miniature Show.CalendarFrom page 21 C and I will exchange the astragalus for the Immune Strengthening Formula that I have at the store. Over the past three to four y ears with this regime, I have not been sick any longer than 48 hours. Another way to keep to keep the immune system strong is to eat healthy, making sure that you are getting enough of the vitamins and minerals that are needed to support and strengthen the immune system; "let your food be your medicine." T oday's fast food diets do not provide this for us using supplements and herb can help. C ecilia Avitabile is the owner of The Herb Corner and Learning C enter in Melbourne.She has a M aster of Herbalism degree from the Australasian College of Herbal S tudies and is a member of the A merican Herbalist Guild.A vitabileF rom page 21 678454€ 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 679239 PinnacleEyeCenterExpert, Personalized & Compassionate Eye Care REGINEPAPPAS, MDBoard Certified Ophthalmologist, Eye Surgeon,Glaucoma Specialist ST A TE-OF-THE-AR T GLAUCOMA & CA T ARACT CARE JENIFERRAMSOWER, ODBoard Certified Optometric Physician www.PinnacleEyeCenter.com1 649 W. Eau Gallie Blvd., Melbourne (321) 255-4949Eye Exams, Glaucoma, Cataract, LASIK, OpticalDr. Pappas is one of few surgeons in the US and the first one in Florida to perform Canaloplasy, a state-of-the-art procedure.Canaloplasty, a new alternative to traditional Glaucoma surgery to better control eye pressure and reduce the number of medications patients use. Similarly, the Express Mini-Shunt advanced Glaucoma surgery, routinely performed over the last four years. Advance cataract surgery with combination of lenses ReStor, Crystalena, ReZoom, Verisyse &Toric. Some of these lenses are designed to improve vision at all distances and potentially without glasses. See CALENDAR Page 23 Subscribe T oday!www.hometownnewsol.com KNOWLEDGEISA TERRIBLETHING TO W ASTE...

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23BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG This is a juried show which will run from Dec. 2 30. Deadline for r eceipt of hand-delivered entries is No v. 11. Mailed entries must be r eceived by Nov. 18. Complete information and prospectus is available at website at artandantiquestudio.com. Creative card-making workshops at art gallery of Viera This class is instructed by Ree N athan. MOJO MONDAYS Creative Ca r ds and Gift Making Classes are held on Mondays: 1:30-3:30 pm No vember Classes: Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28 Art Gallery of Viera at the Avenue (Next to Old Navy) C OST: $12 (Includes all superior quality tools and materials) F or more information,call 321961-2350, or visit reenathan@bellsouth.net Grandparents Raising Grandchildren of Brevard County No v. 1 Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group meeting at 9:30 a.m. at the Parrish S enior Solutions, 805 Century Medical Dr., Bldg. B, Titusville. No v. 10-Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group meeting at 10 a.m.Club Esteem, 3316 S. Monroe St.,Melbourne. No v. 15 Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group Mtg. 9:30 a.m.The Monroe Center, 705 B lake Ave., Bldg. D (next to DCF office), Cocoa. No v. 17 Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group Mtg. 6:30 p.m.Memaw's Restaurant,4916 B abcock St. NE, Palm Bay. F or information or emergency assistance, please call (321) 631-7776.ClubsBrevard Antigues and Collecibles Club The Brevard Antiques and Collectibles Club holds monthly meetings at two area locations. The first Friday of the month at the Suntree Library, 902 Jordan Blass Dr ., at 10:00 AM, and the third Tuesday at the Melbourne Beach Library, 324 Ocean Ave. at 1:30 PM. The group is open to anyone having an interest in learning about antiques and collectibles. Fr iday November 4th : The Breva rd Antiques and Collectibles Club monthly meeting. SUNTREE/VIERA Library, 902 Jordan Blass Dr. 10:00 A.M. The subject will be "Politics". We will have a guest speaker. Please bring one item for study and discussion. Tuesday November 15th: The Br evard Antiques and Collectibles Club monthly meeting. Melbourne B each Library, 324 Ocean Ave. at 1:30 PM. The subject of this meeting will be "Miniatures". Please bring one item for study and discussion. F or additional information call M elinda at (321)777-1374 or George at (321)254-5831 Prime Time PRIME TIME a social group for S eniors with a program or speaker meets the first Monday each month unless it is a holiday. N ext meeting will be Monday Nov. 7 at 11:30 am in the Social Hall of T emple Israel 7350 Lake Andrews Drive, V iera. A ttendees bring "brown bag" lunch, desert and beverages supplied. F ollowing the social and lunch time, a program begins at noon. The November program topic will be on Islam's Battle with Peace. PRIME TIME programs are different each month throughout the y ear. M eetings are open to all and all are welcome. F or more information please call (321) 617-9102 Alumnae Panhellenic The Melbourne Alumnae Panhellenic, under the leadership of President Michele Everett, will hold its No v. 2, 2011 meeting at the Casa B ella Clubhouse located at 6015 Anello Drive, Melbourne, FL., 32940. The meeting runs from 7 to 9 p.m. 7:00-7:30 social time,CalendarFrom page 22 676934 GUARANTEED!!Sincerely Thomas M. Roonery, Colonel (Retired), USAF BEFORE AFTER1 75 West Drive, Melbourne € 321-722-9996V isit Our Virtual Showroom at www.affordableshutters.com1 75 West Drive, Melbourne € 321-722-9996V isit Our Virtual Showroom at www.affordableshutters.comAffordable Shutters &Service 6 YEARSINAROW! Excerpts from a testimonial We were armed with all the horror stories of over-charging, missed schedules, excessive down payments, and had several companies provide recommendations & estimates. Affordable Glass Protection was head & shoulders above the rest; it was obvious I was dealing with pros that really understand the meaning of customer satisfaction.AFFORDABLEGLASSPRO TECTIONINC.AFFORDABLEGLASSPRO TECTIONAFFORDABLE&RELIABLE AFFORDABLE&RELIABLEBEST PRODUCT € BESTPRICES€ BESTSERVICEONSHUTTERS BEST PRODUCT € BESTPRICES€ BESTSERVICEONSHUTTERS678631 BAHAMAS COLONIALS ACCORDIANS 1 FREEGARAGE REINFORCEMENT1 FREETRADE-INYOUR OLDSHUTTERS$1 00-$500 OFF$1 00-$500 OFFWith Purchase of Whole House ProtectionMust Present Coupon Not Valid with Other Offers or Discounts Expires 11-30-2011 Of Equal or Lesser Value. Must Present Coupon Not Valid with Other Offers or Discounts Expires 11-30-2011

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24BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG Professional flyers help Young Eagles In 1996, the original black T uskegee Institute pilot instructor, Alfred Anderson, died. While his flesh may have passed on, the pioneering spirit he embodied lives on in the hearts of those he touched. Br evard's own Hiram Mann and R ussell Minton are two men whose lives have been affected by Mr. Anderson and his adventurous teachings. They have lived through the numerous battles from segregation at home to World War II abroad and are now telling their stories to the county's youth. B oth Dr. Minton and Col. Mann are members of the National Experimental Aircraft Association and volunteer to work with children through the Young Eagles program, Dr Minton by participating in the Y oung Eagles Days, and Col. Mann through speaking engagements The program, founded by NEAA, is dedicated to encouraging young people to make their own dreams and follow them, said Tony Yacono, the Young Eagle coordinator for this area. The work we do with children is the most important and rewarding part of what the organization does," said Dr. Minton. Mr. Yacono quantified Dr. M inton's role with the children. "D r. M inton is always one of the first to arrive and stays until every child has had his or her turn, and every question they have has been answered," said Mr. Yacono. Dr Minton's affinity for reaching out to children may have stemmed from his own experience as a young man in the Philadelphia suburb of Ardmore. "I would wave frantically whenever I heard airplanes flying over our house," Dr. Minton remembered. "I believed there could be no greater thrill than to fly one of those things." Dr Minton's wish would come true much sooner than he expected and it would be granted by someone he never imagined he'd fly with. Only a few doors down from Dr. Mi nton's modest home lived a man he had seen many times, but never knew how close the man's dreams we re to his own. Alfred Anderson found Dr. Minton to be a sponge for his numerous stories of flying to strange and exciting lands. Dr. Minton said Mr. Anderson saw something in him, and decided to encourage his dreams. So when Dr. Minton took a flight with Mr. Anderson, a career was born. "I r emember feeling instantly at home," said Dr. Minton. "I knew I belonged up in the air." Dr Minton, who entered the T uskegee program as a physician and retired from the U.S Air Force as a lieutenant colonel, said his time with the Tuskegee project helped to mold him into the person he is today. "I learned most any obstacle can be over come if you want something bad enough. I had to work harder and longer and be more patient to accomplish the same goals as some others, but I did it, and these children can also," Dr. Minton said. While the end result was similar to Dr Minton's, Col. Mann's path to the skies was greatly different. Col. M ann was already married when he decided to join the U.S. Army Air C orps and become a pilot. Wild blue yonder"I t wasn't so much that I chose to fly as it was flying chose me," said C ol. Mann. By Rose PadrickF or Forever Young See FL YERS, 25 677932 Sunshine W alk-In Clinic Sunshine W alk-In Clinic Sunshine W alk-In Clinic321-729-14005205 Babcock Street NE, Ste 3 at PortMalabar Blvd. Palm Bay, FL 32905Monday-Friday 2 pm-7 pmComprehensive Health Care Board Certified Internal MedicineComplete Family CareFLUSHOTS$1650 MelBayHealthCare211 Coral Sands Dr., between US1 &Florida Ave RockledgeLocated inside American Cancer T reatment Center, Ste. 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25BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG C ol. Mann said, he was initially r ejected because he was black. He heard about the Tuskegee project, and decided to apply once more. He was rejected a second time. "I never did learn how to be a quitter," he said. Later he heard that the restrictions were dropped. He applied a third time, passed the strict exam, and was accepted as a Tuskegee Airman, where he served for 13 years. C ol. Mann entered the Army Air C orps as a pre-aviation student in 1942, where after completing combat pilot training at Tuskegee Army Air Field, was assigned to the 302nd F ighter Squadron. He was later reassigned to the 100th Fighter Squadron of the famed 332nd Fighter Group in Italy. The mindset of the day was black men would not be able to learn to fly at all in the short time allowed, much less be good enough to take their place beside the better trained and more experienced white counterparts," Col. Mann said. B ut learn they did, and quickly became the buzz of a very different va r iety. The Tuskegee Airfield was graduating a class about every six weeks. The orders were to keep the number of graduates low; this was controlled by nearby Maxwell Air Force base. Outfitted with mostly inferior equipment, the Tuskegee Airmen quickly gained the reputation of being willing to take any assignment, usually in the thick of battle. It was Tuskegee Airmen in their P-51 M ustangs who volunteered for the dangerous missions of escorting the big bombers. C ol. Mann remembered, "Our boys did not lose a single bomber to air-to-air combat, and many have said it was those black pilots in the Photo courtesy of Rose PadrickRetired Lt. Col. Hiram Mann, left, and Dr. Russell Minton, both Brevard County residents, were part of the Tuskegee Airmen, the first black military flyers in the U.S. Air Force. See FL YERS, 26FlyersF rom page 24 www.floridashorestruckcenter.comFlorida Shores Truck Centers service department offers a full range of services. Our competent and courteous staff can help you with almost every problem that you may encounter.€ Alignments and Front end Repairs€ Air Conditioning € ECM Diagnostics € Brakes € Lube, Oil & Filters € Motorhome Inspection € Competitive Tire PricesOur Technicians will get your Motorhome back to the smooth ride you deserveFree BBQ Sauce with this ad and your 1st visit.Florida Shores Truck CenterClearly the leader in RV repairs...673673 3220 W. State Rd. Edgewater, FL32132 677229SUDOKU PUZZLE ANSWER 401 Florida Avenue Cocoa,FL 32922 …………………………………321-631-8080Allaboutyoutravelunlimited.com401 Florida Avenue Cocoa,FL 32922 …………………………………321-631-8080Allaboutyoutravelunlimited.com679703 #ST36424 Opening the door to the world.SMSave $800 per couple!on 2012 Globus air inclusive vacations to Europe. Applies to new 2012 air inclusive vacations to Europe bookings only.2012 air inclusive vacations to Europe Highlighted Departures: The Best of Italy 11 days from $3019 per person, land only. Rome, Tuscany, V enice, Assisi, Capri La France 15 days from $3,789 per person, land only. Paris, Caen, Mont St. Michel, Tours, Bordeaux, Nimes, Nice, Grenoble, Dijon Best of Spain NEW!9 days from $1,739 per person, land only. Mardid, Seville, Granada, Valencia, Barcelona T aste of Italy 7 days from $1,849 per person, land only. Rome,Florence, Venice Britain Sampler 9 days from $1249 per person, land only. London, Bath, Chester, Edinburgh, York European Highlights NEW! 9 days from $2,101 per person, land only. England, France, Switzerland, Italy € www.extraspace.comClean € Secure € Military Discounts Available 678523of Cocoa Beach14 20th Street *Offer based on unit availability on new rentals by new customers only. This offer is only valid with presentation of this coup on upon rental. Offer excludes applicable administration and insurance fees. Not valid with any discount offers. Offer has no cash valu e. Features vary by location. Void where prohibited. See Manager for details. 2010 Extra Storage Space LLC.(321) 783-9030Clean € Secure € Military Discounts Available € www.extraspace.com 2 Months FREE Rent by November 30th Ask Us For Details 677267

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26BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG had been to the North Pole." F or the trip to the northern reaches, Sherry Sietsma decided to visit her sister in Michigan. The passage to the Arctic Circle is only open for a short time in summer, with the help of a nuclear-powered Russian icebreaker. "I t was really neat," Mr. Sietsma said. "I'd wanted to do it since I was 10. It's so remote. You can stand on the No r th Pole, and with GPS, it's very accurate. There's a sign in ice. We flew around the world in 90 days and I walked around the world in 90 seconds, walking through every longitudinal line." T oday, Mr. Sietsma considers himself partially r etired and continues his love affair with airplanes and volunteering at the valiant Air Command Warbird M useum in Titusville. He still enjoys travel and recently returned from a trip to Colorado, during which he cycled though the Rockies. "M y attitude is to do the right thing and treat people right and give back to the community," he said. "I don't have a next trip planned, but I'm sure I'll come up with something. I haven't been everywhere, but it'sBuilderFrom page 12 M ustangs that helped change the tide of World War II."Back homeC ol. Mann returned to the states in 1946, and went on to serve at various Air Force installations. He is a historian/welfare coordinator of the Central F lorida General Daniel "Chappie" James Jr. chapter of the T uskegee Airmen Inc. and has served as the keynote speaker at a variety of prestigious events. He is also co-author of Fo re ver Dreaming, a book dedicated to impressing minority y outh on the need to set goals, persevere, work hard and obtain a high level of education in order to achieve those goals. B oth Col. Mann and Dr. M inton plan to stay active in the community with various organizations. On a date to be determined soon, children between 8 and 17 will be invited to come to the Merritt Island M unicipal Airport and take an airplane ride. They will have an opportunity to view various planes, and are encouraged to ask questions. For more information about this event, contact Mr. Yacono at (321) 4535388, or email him at youngeaglesfly@aol.com. Dr. Mi nton is available for school or civic organization speaking engagements. Contact him at (321) 635-9533.FlyersF rom page 25 The name "Cocoa Beach" brings many things to mind: the NASA space program, a legendary surfing community and the setting for the long-running TV series, "I Dream of Jeannie." B ut today, the city of Cocoa Beach offers so much more. N estled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Banana River Lagoon, the barrier island of Cocoa Beach is often referred to as "the jewel of the Space Coast." And it isn't difficult to see why. C ocoa Beach is both a residential community and tourist destination with a base population of 12,800, according to the city of Cocoa Beach Web site, www.cityofcocoabeach.com. B ut each year that number reaches as high as 30,000 during the peak tourist season when thousands flock to the area to soak up the sun and spend a week or two doing some Space C oast sightseeing. F or the past several decades, Cocoa Beach has done an excellent job of preserving its historic downtown area. Fr om surf shops and clothing boutiques to gift stores and jewelry venues, it's easy to make a day out of shopping whether by bicycle or on foot. R estaurants, such as the long-standing Heidelberg and M ango Tree, or weekend hot spots, such as Coconuts on the B each and the Chili Pepper Club, cater to crowds of all ages. Another draw to the multi-faceted city is the beautiful wildlife, fishing opportunities and unique plant species found throughout its waterways. C ocoa Beach's Thousand Islands function as a "learning laboratory" for those eager to explore the mazes of mosquito canals and local ecology, according to the Thousand Island's W eb site, www.thousand-islands.org. At any one time, kayakers can observe pelicans, bottlenosed dolphin, manatee, river otter, rabbit and various species of fish throughout their island journey. J ust around the corner is another hot spot, known to house a different type of species dogs. O pened in March 2007, the Lori Wilson Off-Leash Dog Park is a 32,000-square-foot paradise for pups and their owners. E quipped with benches, dog toys and obstacles for both large and small doggies, the park serves regular attendees, as w ell as one-time visitors. While all of these activities are significant to the city, it is the sport of surfing that has helped shape Cocoa Beach. F or starters, Ron Jon Surf Shop, which was opened in the early 1960s, is a four-level surf emporium visited by thousands each year. And with six miles of shoreline, there are a number of places for residents and tourists to take on the surf, one of them being the Cocoa Beach Pier. M any East Coast surfing legends, such as Dick Catri and K elly Slater, got their start surfing those very waves. Mo re than 80 surfers from every generation have been inducted into the city's East Coast Surfing Hall of Fame, which doubles as a public museum. "W e developed a concept years ago that, as surfers, we are a society," said Rep. Tony Sasso, R-Cocoa Beach, who grew up surfing in the community and helped conceptualize the surf museum. "In recognizing that, we hope to keep the door open for the next generation." F or more information about the city of Cocoa Beach and its many attractions, visit www.cityofcocoabeach.com GO AND DO The quintessential beach town Cocoa Beach conquers all: surfing, dining, fishing, fun Andy Stefanek/ staff photographerTe rry Scott of Cape Canaveral scours the beaches of Cocoa Beach with his metal detector looking for treasure. Mr. Scott is writing a book called Beginner's Guide for Metal Detecting on Florida's Treasure Coast.' By T ammy Roberts, Senior Staff Writertroberts@hometownnewsol.com

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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 MELBOURNE Three policemen at Melbourne International Airport have been honored for putting their life-saving training into quick action to save the life of an airline passenger who was suffering a heart attack. At a monthly board meeting of the Melbourne Airport Authority, the officers were credited with saving the life of a woman who had stopped breathing. The incident occurred about 2:30 p.m. on S ept. 3, when the airport passenger was r eported to have passed out and become unresponsive while in a terminal restroom. Officers Brian Thompson, Richard Sadulski and Matthew Shannon quickly went into action and found that the woman was not breathing and had no pulse, according to airport police reports. Lori Booker, spokeswoman for Melbourne I nternational Airport, said the officers began resuscitating the woman with an automated external defibrillator and performed CPR. While Officer Shannon operated the defibrillator, Officer Sadulski monitored the AED, while Officer Thompson kept the womans air passages open for breathing and for the rescue devices. All of this took place in a cramped hallway, Ms. Booker said. Melbourne airport officers save passengers life MELBOURNE Spend any time surfing the Web and you are bound to find stories that are just too bizarre to be true. Heres a sampling, edited for length.Remember, just because its online doesnt mean its true! Fr om jobs.aol.com: Tr ucker rethinks next haul after crash with bees Tr uck driver Louis Holst has never been scared of bees, but hes rethinking his next long-haul load after being swarmed by 25 million of the stinging insects. H olst and his wife, Tammie, picked up 460 bee hives in S outh Dakota and were about 36 hours into their drive when he hit a sharp bend in a construction zone on Interstate 15 in southern ENTERTAINMENTB1 INDEXARVEL BIRDCalendarB4 ClassifiedB10 Club SceneB1 Crossword B8 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Star Scopes B1 V iewpoint A6 ROMANCING THE STOVE B3Make some delicious pies for T hanksgivingV ol. 8, No. 15 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Nov. 4, 2011 See WEIRD, A5 H OW WEIRD IS THAT?!SE AN MCCARTHY Meet the farmers growing food at the Fall Harvest FestivalW ith Florida entering its peak season for produce, now is the time to visit farmers markets for fresh, locally grown food. In celebration of the season, the Brevard County Far mers Market will hold its first Fall Harvest Festival on Thursday, Nov. 10, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the W ickham Park Pavilion. W e hope to make it an annual tradition in celebration of our growing season, when a majority of our local farmers have produce back at the farmers market, said Brittany B ethel, Brevard County Far mers Market manager. S he said while the peak season for locally grown fruits and vegetables runs from October through J une, Florida is fortunate to have flourishing produce throughout the year such as strawberries in J uly, mangoes in August and avocadoes in September. Ms. Bethel encourages people to come to the Fall Ha rv est Festival to learn about food and the farmers that grow it. More than 20 local vendors will attend. Knowing the farmers gives you insight into the seasons, the weather and the miracle of raising food, Ms. Bethel said. In many cases, it gives you access to a farm where y our children and grandThree receive commendations for saving stricken womanBy Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.comSee OFFICERS, A2 Super-sized sculpture Andy Stefanek/staff photographerCurrent World Champion sand sculptor Thomas Koet of Melbourne puts the finishing touches on the nose of Ponce De Leon at this years Second Annual Space Coast Sand Sculpting Festival, which took place at Space Coast Stadium in Viera.Senior Santa to make stop on Space CoastNo one should feel alone during the holidays, which is why one local organization is once again playing its part to ensure that doesnt happen. F or the past 12 years, Brevard County TRIAD has been making Christmastime a little brighter for elder adults throughout the Space Coast, as part of the Senior Santa program. Fr om now through Dec. 5, the organization, which is a partnership between theGift donations accepted through Dec.5By T ammy Robertstroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee S ANTA, A9 After aerobics workout, she celebrates 101st birthdayMELBOURNE On her birthday, Joy Sawyer went through her usual water aerobics workout for more than an hour, swaying to the beat of the exercise music along with others in the pool. Then she toweled off and drove to her home in Melbourne in her new Kia car and called her older sister in Alabama. N othing unusual about that, r ight? Ex cept that Ms. Sawyer was calling her older sister. And Ms. Sawyer just turned 101 y ears old. Ms. Sawyer, the younger sister, was feted with a surprise birthday party on the occasion of her 101st birthday on Oct. 24. Y oung children came to sing H appy Birthday to her, and some of the children were 97 y ears younger than Ms. S awyer. Ms. Sawyers birthday was celebrated at Health First Pro H ealth and Fitness Center in M elbourne, where she does her water aerobics routine three days a week. I think its my genes, Ms. S awyer explained when asked the secret to her long and healthy life. I v e enjoyed a good life, Im healthy and I feel good. I grew up on a farm, eating vegetables and drinking my milk. I still do, she said. Ms. Sawyer was born in Alabama and raised on a farm near the town of Opp, Ala. I did everything you do on a farm. We had a cotton farm, so I picked cotton, she recalled. Ms. Sawyer said she talks to her sister, Ruth, in Birmingham, Ala., every day. Her sister will turn 103 next Valentines Day. Ms. Sawyer also chats with her younger brother, who is 95. Ms. Sawyer, whose ancestors came from Scotland and Ireland, was married twice, but outlived her husbands. She has one stepson from her second marriage. I have a great-great-grandchild who turned a year old y esterday, Ms. Sawyer said. S he lives in the same house she moved into in 1958. Although Ms. Sawyer is in her second century of life, she says that it is no big deal. A lot of people are 100 years old, Ms. Sawyer said. B ut not everybody is in the pool, and driving their car, said Pat Olivieri of Indialantic, who was working out with Ms. S awyer. Y oure the exception, period, Ms. Olivieri said. Asked what her hobbies are, Ms. Sawyer said she didnt have time for hobbies because of household chores. M ost people have a house, so they have to clean house, theyve got a yard to take care of, theyve got household duties to take care of, she said. B ut Ms. Sawyer said she couldnt explain her longevity beyond that. I just live one day to the next, she said. H aving lived for an entire century, Ms. Sawyer recalls her early life on the farm. There werent many cars when I was around, Ms. S awyer said. I lived so far out on the farm, I didnt even know there was such a thing as an airplane. W hen I was in high school, my uncle had a radio, and wed go down to visit him and wed listen to the radio. That was wonderful, she recalled.Joy Sawyer attributes her long and healthy life to good genesBy Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.com Staff photo by Dan GarciaJoy Sawyer celebrated her 101st birthday on Oct. 24.See 101ST, A2 By Meagan McGonemmcgone@hometownnewsol.comSee FARMER S, A4

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These are not intended to replace exams or diagnoses nor are they intended to replace a physician's care. If you suspect a medical problem please seek treatment from your doctor.Video Otoscopic Inspection & Hearing Evaluation W al-Mart1000 N. Wickham Rd. 321-259-5995Suntree/Viera8530 N. Wickham Rd. Ste. 114321-259-1029SebastianKim Ellis/Nationwide Insurance 990 B USHwy 1772-581-3660T reasure Coast Plaza2022 6th Ave Vero Beach772-564-7200 Opening Soon in Palm Bay The officers treated the woman for about seven minutes before paramedics arrived with advanced life support systems and transported the woman to H olmes Regional Medical C enter. Officer Sadulski later went to Holmes Regional Medical C enter, where emergency staffers told him the woman had regained a pulse. They told him the officers quick actions and immediate CPR helped save the womans life, Ms. Booker said. Richard A. Ennis, executive director of Melbourne I nternational Airport, said he is proud to serve the public with such skilled and quick-thinking officers. W e are immensely proud of our public safety team at M elbourne International Airport, Mr. Ennis said. This high level of dedication and professionalism starts at the top. From Chief M ichael Brewer on down, every member of our public safety team gives 100 percent. Officer Thompson said the team of officers was just glad it was in position to help the stricken passenger, who was not identified because of medical reasons. W e all felt really good about helping the lady and getting her pulse back, said Officer Thompson, who added that the incident marked the first time he has put his CPR training into use in an emergency. I t was just instinct, he said. Once you get started, y ou just let your training take over. It is certainly not something you do every day. Airport Chief Brewer said airport officers are trained and certified as first-responders and are re-certified every two years. He added that the life-saving effort was the first to be applied at the airport during his 19-year tenure.OfficersF rom page A1 S he said her first telephone was a party line. When the phone rang, everybody on the party line would answer, and theyd say, Whos it for? Whos it for? P eople could listen to y our phone calls, and they did, she recalled. Ms. Olivieri, who works out in the pool with Ms. S awyer, said Ms. Sawyers longevity is due to her pleasant and spirited attitude. S he always comes in with a big smile, Ms. O livieri said. Shes just a joy to be around. Her name fits her to a T. P at OConnor of Palm B ay said Ms. Sawyer is an inspiration to women who work out at the fitness club. W e come to Health First because of Joy, Ms. OConnor said. We want to get as fit as Joy, and live as long as Joy and be as beautiful as Joy. I was also here for her 99th birthday and her 100th, and I think shes going to keep on going, Ms. OConnor said. Ms. Sawyer doesnt even worry about cholesterol anymore. She dug into a r ich birthday cake, and planned a big birthday lunch with her workout friends at Red Lobster. I m planning on having another birthday, she said, biting into her cake.101stF rom page A1 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. L etters must include a phone number and home address for verification. Letters sent without phone numbers and addresses will be published in the Rants & Raves section. We welcome your opinions

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One by one, guests of all ages stood in front of the crowd and shared stories of friends or relatives, who had fallen victim to the battle against prescription drug addictions. Its the struggle of these individuals, many who spoke said, that should inspire others to get help. This hope is the overall goal of a newly formed nonprofit organization, known as Life Over Addiction. For med this fall, the Brevar d-based group was created by a team of local residents, who were fed up with losing their loved ones to these preventable life choices. Their desire is to increase awareness of the current prescription pain medication epidemic by providing education and support to those who are addicted or who are becoming addicted. W e chose to start the organization because we have lost and continue to lose our friends and family members to drugs and that ov erall lifestyle the No. 1 killer being prescription pills, said co-founder Carly S inigoi. It has gotten out of control. Something had to be done. Ms. Sinigoi, 28, of Valkaria, is one of several co-creators of the organization, which is in the process of earning its 501(c)(3) status. W ith this, the group hopes to raise money through grants and fundraising events to assist with rehabilitation and counseling costs for those who need it. The other members, most of who grew up in the Space C oast area, are still in the early stages of developing the nonprofit, but have bonded through the groups highest objective. W e just want to help save lives, Ms. Sinigoi said. I have lost my two closest girlfriends to this lifestyle. So in turn, I have lost a piece of myself. But by doing this, it helps fill the void with something positive. The start of the nonprofit comes at a suitable time, as increased reports of prescription pill abuse and trafficking have recently hit the news, both locally and nationally. R ecent Brevard County headlines include Indialantic Dr. John Gayden, 58, whose Oct. 25 arrest determined he had prescribed more than 250,000 Oxycodone pills during an eight-month period, with his patients receiving little or no medical evaluation. Another is Melbourne teacher James Johnson, 56, of Quest Elementary School, who was accused of selling Oxycodone to a police informant last month. Life Over Addiction hosted its first event last Thursday, a candlelight vigil at G leason Park to remember those who lost their lives to drugs or alcohol-related incidents, Ms. Sinigoi said. W e lit candles in their memory and also placed names and pictures on our memorial wall, she said. W e were all very pleased with the turnout the best attendees being those who are currently struggling themselves and came for love and support. They are the reason we are doing this. Amber Dawn Lewis, 27, of M elbourne, who attended the vigil, has also played a ro le in promoting the organization via Facebook and other social networking sites. I myself, struggled with serious addictions, and now that Ive come out on the other side, helping others find their way is very important to me, Ms. Lewis said. S o when Carly asked me to help with this group, I was more than happy to take part and offer my experience. In 2009, the Florida Medical Examiners Report provided that nearly seven F loridians die every day to prescription drug overdoses, according to the Florida Pr escription Drug Monitoring Program Foundation w ebsite, www.flpdmpfounAndy Stefanek / staff photographerMaria Whitehead of Indialantic and son Justin Burcum of Satellite Beach attend a candlelight vigil last week at Gleason Park in Indian Harbour Beach, hosted by Life Over Addiction, a newly formed nonprofit organization. Ms. Whitehead said she became involved in the organization because she wants todays youth to know the dangers of prescription drugs.Friends,family of lost loved ones strive to educate community about dangers of prescription drugsBy T ammy Roberts Senior Staff Writertroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee ADDICTIONS, A5

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children can go to learn about nature and agriculture. Local food producers will give educational demonstrations on a variety of activities, including filleting fish, making cheese, raising backyard chickens, gardening and making natural face scrubs. A dditionally, live music, visits from local nonprofit organizations and a variety of food will offer something for everyone in the family to enjoy. The Brevard County Farmers Market was created by the U niversity of Florida Brevard C ounty Extension Service for two primary reasons: to provide a direct marketing outlet for local growers and producers, and to provide a place for consumers to purchase goods from local producers. Local farmers who sell directly to consumers cut out the middleman and get full retail price for their food, allowing families to stay on farms doing the work they love, Ms. B ethel said. B y supporting local farmers today, you can help ensure that there will be farms in y our community tomorrow, and that future generations will have access to nourishing, flavorful and abundant food, she said. The Wickham Park Pavillion is located at 3845 North Wickham Road, next to Brevard C ommunity Colleges Melbourne campus. For more information, visit www.brevardcounty farmersmarket.com. In 2006, the Brevard C ounty Sheriffs Office Jail C omplex established a program providing bicycles to individuals in need. In five years, Bikes for T ykes has donated more than 3,000 bicycles to children and parents in Breva rd C ounty. L uca Trapasso and Selina Ir win received bicycles 3,000 and 3,001 on Oct. 18. B oth members of the C anaveral Police Athletic League Progam, Luca and S elina were selected to r eceive bicycles for their dedication and commitment throughout the year, said police Sgt. Scott Pikus. B oth of these kids have been hard workers, Sgt. Pikus said. Luca has never missed an event, and Selina is very active with PAL. Sgt. Pikus said Lucas bicycle was stolen two months ago while he was attending a PAL meeting. The Bikes for Tykes program collects donated, abandoned and unclaimed bicycles at the Brevard C ounty Sheriffs Work Fa rm in Cocoa, where inmate labor is used to r efurbish the bicycles. They are then shipped to Br evard County Sharing C enters and distributed to children in need, as well as adults without transportation. The program is a winwin, Sgt. Pikus said. It puts inmates to work and benefits our community. B icycles can be donated to Bikes for Tykes by leaving them curbside on regular garbage collection days or by dropping them off at the Brevard County Sheriffs Work Farm at 2955 P luckbaum Road in Cocoa from 7 a.m. to 3:45 p.m., seven days a week. F or more information on receiving a refurbished bicycle,contact a local sharing center by calling (321) 269-6555 for North Br evard;(321) 631-0306 for C entral Brevard;(321) 7278581 for Melbourne;and (321) 676-2965 for Palm Bay. F riday, November 4, 2011 A4 MelbourneHometown News P lease e-mail photographs of the v eterans in your family to Bre vnews@hometownnewsol.com(j-peg attachments,at least 500 kbs in size) or mail prints to H ometown News A ttn:News Clerk 380 Wickham Road North,Suite F M elbourne FL,32935 On V eterans Day,Nov.11, H ometown News will feature photographs of the men and w omen in our area who have served their country in the military.F or more information,call (772) 465-5656P lease include the veteran's name, military branch and rank and current city of residence. 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Greg Robertson, both of the Brevard County Sherriffs Office, present a bicycle to Luca Trapasso (far right) and his mother, Michelle Trapasso. Photo courtesy of Brevard County Farmers MarketChuck Gomez, a weekly vendor at the Brevard County Farmers Market, examines the roots of bib lettuce. He is the owner of Pure Produce, which grows hydroponic lettuces, tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, mushrooms and herbs.F armersF rom page A1

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The Brand names of the drugs listed are for your reference purpose only. The dispensed drug will be generic or as permitted by law.DRUG SPECIALSZ-Pak250 MG6 Tablet$10Levaquin500 MG10 Tablet$15Aricept10 MG30 Tablet$15CozaarAllStrengths30 tablet$15HyzaarAll Strengths30 Tablet$15Ortho-Tri-Cyclen28 Tablet$15 Police report Melbourne Police Department Charay Butler, 34, address unknown, was charged Oct. 21 with fleeing/attempting to elude a police officer, resisting arrest without violence, driving a motor vehicle without a license, felony child neglect and felony driving under the influence. Harvey Flagg, 18, of 984 Hayes Court, M elbourne, was charged Oct. 21 with aggrav ated assault with a deadly weapon. Patrick Neil Waldron, 40, of 1778 Bruman S t., Melbourne, was charged Oct. 21 with grand theft auto and driving while license suspended.P alm Bay Police Department Terrance Devon Anderson, 28, of 2880 Wi ckham Road, Melbourne, was charged O ct. 22 on an out-of-county warrant, with possession of marijuana with intent to sell, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and possession of drug paraphernalia. Andi Kay Seminick, 23, of 2000 Elm St., M elbourne, was charged Oct. 25 with possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to sell and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana.W est Melbourne P olice Department Michael McAllister, 25, of 897 Huntington St. N.E., Palm Bay, was charged Oct. 27 with trespassing an occupied structure/conveyance, disorderly conduct and obstructing justice.Brevard County Sheriffs Office Marco Gian Giorio, 63, address unknown, was charged Oct. 21 with passing forged/altered identification to a secondhand property dealer and larceny. Michael Lenord Seigler, 33, of 780 Carolyn St., Melbourne, was charged Oct. 21 with two counts of possession of cocaine. Matthew T. Troso, 19, of 1200 Arnold Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged Oct. 21 with selling marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to sell and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana. Paul James Erwin II, 50, of 1838 Pinewood Road, Melbourne, was charged O ct. 22 with possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana, felony driving under the influence and two counts of possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Laura M. Korisch, 45, address unknown, was charged Oct. 22 on an out-of-county warrant. Daryl Lamant McCurdy, 29, of 1976 S outhland Ave., Melbourne, was charged O ct. 23 with selling cocaine, possession of cocaine and possession of cocaine with intent to sell. Jennifer Lynne Huff, 36, address unknown, was charged Oct. 24 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied structure, dealing in stolen property and giving false verification of ownership to a secondhand property dealer. Justin Lyle Luke, 29, address unknown, was charged Oct. 24 with grand theft. Jennifer Teauge, 33, address unknown, was charged Oct. 24 as an out-of-state fugitive. Thomas Lee Evans, 51, of 175 Valencia R oad, West Melbourne, was charged Oct. 25 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied structure, larceny and possession of burglary tools with intent to use. David G. Metz, 38, of 4625 Explorer Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged Oct. 25 on an out-of-county warrant. Keith T. Brooks, 21, address unknown, was charged Oct. 26 with aggravated assault with intent to commit a felony, armed robbery, kidnapping, kidnapping-false imprisonment of an adult and four counts of felony on-site violation of probation. Keene Braden Bumbarger, 28, of 218 T win Lakes Road, Melbourne, was charged O ct. 26 with possession of a weapon/ammo by a convicted felon, carrying a concealed w eapon/firearm, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, delivering/selling/altering weapons, smuggling contraband into a detention center, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, trafficking a controlled substance and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia. Deforest L. Kelly, 42, of 2360 Woodwind Tr ail, Melbourne, was charged Oct. 26 with aggravated assault with intent to commit a felony, kidnapping, armed robbery, resisting arrest without violence, kidnapping-false imprisonment of an adult and trespassing. Christopher Joe Campbell, 26, address unknown, was charged Oct. 27 with possession of marijuana with intent to sell and possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana.CRIMELINE: (800) 423-TIPSEditors note: This is a list of arrests,not convictions,and all arrestees are presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty in a court of law. U tah. The twist in the r oad toppled his trailer and sent the bees into a frenzy. F irst responders came and drug me and my wife through the front window, Holst said. Then we panicked. S warmed by bees on the highway, H olst said he ripped off his shirt and began swatting the air. His wife ran. W e just started swinging our clothes, he said. They stung her all up and down her neck. A uthorities closed the southbound lanes of I-15 near St. George for several hours while area beekeepers headed to the scene to try to corral the insects. Asked whether hed haul bees again anytime soon, Holst paused. Well, he said, my wifes looking at me right now, so Ill say no. Fr om sfgate.com: NYC performance artist gives birth in art gallery A performance artist who said giving birth is the highest form of art has delivered a baby boy inside a New Yo rk City art gallery. The Microscope Gallery in Brooklyn said Marni Kotak gave birth to a healthy infant, weighing 9 pounds, 2 ounces and 21 inches long. The 36-year-old artist had set up a home-birth center at the gallery, turning the space into a brightly decorated bedroom with ocean blue walls and photo-imprinted pillows. The gallery said a video of the birth will be added to its upcoming exhibition. Fr om philly.com: Po lice:Man stole forklift,sandwich A pilfered Reuben sandwich and a stolen forklift have a Pittsburgh man in quite a pickle. R oss Township police say 38-yearold Sean Faulkner ordered the sandwich from a bar, then ran out without paying and climbed on a forklift for his getaway. Faulkner allegedly stole the forklift from a construction site then drove it two miles to Siebs Pub. In vestigators say Faulkner was still in the parking lot when officers arrived. P olice say he couldnt get the forklift to go into reverse. F aulkner is being held at Allegheny C ounty Jail on charges of theft and r eceiving stolen property. Fr om msnbc.msn.com: S tudy finds alien abductions may be vivid dreams R esearchers say they have conducted the first experiment to ever prove that close encounters with UFOs and extraterrestrials are a product of the human mind. In a sleep study by the Out-Of-Body E xperience Research Center in Los Angeles, 20 volunteers were instructed to perform a series of mental steps upon waking up or becoming lucid during the night that might lead them to have out-of-body experiences culminating in encounters with aliens. A ccording to lead researcher M ichael Raduga, the experiment was designed to test a theory that many r eports of alien encounters are actually instances of people experiencing a vibrant, lifelike state of dreaming. S tudy participants were told to try to separate from their bodies every time they became half-awake or lucid during the night. If they were able to dream that they had separated from their sleeping bodies, they were then supposed to look for aliens in their homes. If they were unable to have an outof-body dream experience, they were told to go back to sleep and try again later in the night. S ome could do it by the first attempt. Some needed three to five attempts to have an out-of-body experience. Not everybody could do it some were unable to do it because of their fear. They were able to separate from their body but they became too afraid to look for aliens, R aduga said. By the end of the study, 35 percent of the volunteers said they had made visual contact with aliens. Raduga plans to publish his results and to conduct further studies on humans ability to fabricate alien encounters that seem real. S ean McCarthy can be reached at help@ComputeThisOnline.com (no hyphens).W eirdF rom page A1dation.com. D eaths attributed to prescription drug ov erdoses has also doubled since 2003, from 1,234 to 2,488, the website reported. This is five times the amount of deaths for all illegal drugs combined and almost equal to the number of F lorida traffic fatalities in 2009. E nough is enough, Ms. Sinigoi said. F or more information about Life Over A ddiction,visit www.lifeoveraddiction.com or search Life Over Addiction on Facebook.AddictionF rom page A3

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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.THIS WEEKS LUCKY WINNER WILL GET$200 GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY!Stop by ANY office or CALL!!!WIN $100-$1000 I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013 INDIAN RIVER CO. 772-569-6767MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 Agrees with how will we find the moneyI was reading today in the paper How will Brevard citizens find the money for these taxes? I couldnt agree with that writer more. I went to the county commission early last month, sat there from 4:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. before I could speak. I couldnt believe how many people told how bad it was, yet those jugheads we call county commissioners ignored all of that and went the way they did. My message to them was fire that county manager and those three clowns up there who call themselves budgets people, they are all crooks.Social Security numbers are everywhereI am understanding that we have beau coup problems with (programs) like S ocial Security. I guess there are people and numbers that are not jiving. In other words, there are a lot of people who are getting paid for Social Security, and they cannot find out what is going on in the government. I believe a lot of this problem is service personnel, military, lifer brats. My father was a colonel in the Air Force, and I was a lifer brat all my life. All I am going to tell you is I checked around, and every time I would sign my name, I would sign my S ocial Security number under my name. This is what I was taught to do. For example: John P aul Jones, 000-00-0000. And I did this, and continued to do this when I got out. I never realized that I had to learn quick, that I had to stop doing it. I am talking about years ago when we didnt have to worry about the computer systems and the hackers. I believe this is the problem with Social Security, the loss of names and numbers and other people using them.Shortages of medicinesI am sure you have been watching the news or reading the news about the critical shortage of certain medicines in hospitals. At least 15 hospitals almost had to stop certain treatments because they dont have the medication they need. My question is: Mr. Obama. Is this the warning shot about your Obama Ca re coming? We know it was illdesigned, and it is disgusting what we are hearing. We also know this: Your healthcare bill was crafted very cleverly so it wouldnt affect you, one way or the other, because all of the bad things that are going to happen, the real crunch and the real rationing of health care that is going on already, you will either be r e-elected or be on the r oad. Hopefully, it will be on the road.Y ou cannot legislate morality nor healthThis is response to the G et rid of cigarettes and booze rant in todays paper. Does whoever wrote that r emember what Prohibition got us? It got us organized crime, a major problem for the police. As far as cigarettes go, I dont smoke. I used to long ago. C anada tried taxing them out of existence, made them cost $7 a pack and was turned into their biggest smuggling problem. As far as the skirmish on drugs, some people like to call it a war, that is not working either. P eople stop with the idea that we cannot legislate morality nor health to our people. They are going do what they want. If the government says it is illegal, they will find a way to get it. That has been proven ov er and over again. Ev erybody has to get real. Harrison Street problemsI am sick and tired of riding down Harrison Street when it is half flooding, r aining real hard and the r oad is already torn up. They need a stop sign there for the senior citizens center because they pull fight out on the road, and Ive almost hit two people twice going through there, and I only drive about 25 mph. They need to fix that road and get that water cleaned up. It is really dangerous. I know we are short of r oad funds, but I wish somebody would make that happen.Response to right-wingThis is in response to the r ecent rant Is H ometown News r ight-wing? A ctually, who knows, and I really dont care. B ut there is such a thing as freedom of the press, at least for now, because that is very questionable. We have to consider that the H ometown News takes comments from all readers. B ut whoever called this one is a definite, like most of the Democrat constituents that I have known, and that is: You are grossly uninformed and cannot stand to hear anything about your president, especially the truth. Whoever made these r emarks needs to do some studying on this president, but like most of the people who fell for the hope and change mentality, how is that working for you? B ut then again, maybe y ou dont care that he is absolutely destroying our country within. R emember what Abe Lincoln said. He said, America can never be destroyed from the outside. If it is ever destroyed, it is because the people failed and our leadership failed, and we will be destroyed from within; and that is what is happening. Obama did not do this alone. He is not that smart.P ost Offices and dogs in the libraryWhy cant the Post Offices do something like the libraries have done? They could close one more day, cut back and shift the hours around? That way, not that many will have to be closed, and that many people wont be out of a job. The second, speaking of libraries, is that I have been in the Eau Gallie Library quite a bit, and there are quite a few dogs in there that are allowed in now that are not seeing-eye dogs or anything like that. The library people are not allowed to ask if they are, and I have seen as many as three dogs in there at one time.New number for storm trash pickup?I guess this would be under the rants section. I am calling because my trash from the storm was not picked up, so I called the number on my utility bill and was given another number to call, because they no longer pick up trash at the road unless it is in barrels. F or pieces cut up, like limbs, you have to call this number (321) 723-4455 and request it, or you will not have your trash picked up. I didnt know this either. It seems like in different places, utilities are turning 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, NOVEMBER 4, 2011 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM Over the netMelbourne High School player Jen Rowland reaches above the net for a block during her freshman volleyball game against Viera. The Lady Bulldogs won the first game, then lost the second game but came back to win the third game and the match against the Lady Hawks of Viera.Andy Stefanek staff photographer The community is an incredible place to live and work, thanks to so many caring and compassionate Brevard residents. M any of our citizens generously give their time and money to non-profit organizations with the mission to help families, women, children and seniors in need. The tougher times seem to get, the more our citizens step up to help. Fr om agencies like Serene H arbor, which provides emergency shelter to victims of domestic violence to Crosswinds Youth Services, which provides shelter to children who have runaway and are on the streets, there are many great organizations and countless volunteers in Br evard making a real difference. W ithout organizations like the Boys and Girls Clubs, many more children would feel disconnected, unloved and uncared for. Many would drop out of school, use drugs and get involved in serious criminal offenses ending up in jail or worse. By giving these nonprofit agencies a little bit of money on the front end, we can save a great deal of money in the long run. Mo re important than the money we can save are the lives we will save. There are a lot of people in our county who want to help, but dont know how. One of the best ways you can make an impact on many of Br evards best and most effective nonprofits is with a donation to the United Way of Brevard. We in Brevard are very fortunate to have a local U nited Way that specifically focuses all of its attention and efforts on the needs of those living in Brevard. Our local U nited Way campaign, led by campaign chair and county manager Howard Tipton, has set an ambitious but necessary goal of raising $7 million. I am proud to announce the deputy sheriffs and employees of the Brevard C ounty Sheriffs Office are expected to raise and donate more than $120,000 for this y ears campaign, which is expected to be the most r aised by any Sheriffs Office in the State of Florida. Why do we do it? Because we see first-hand the needs that exist in the community, and we have faith in the United Way to put our hard-earned dollars where they are needed most. We see how dedicated and loving volunteers at shelters and community programs stretch pennies and work miracles every day to strengthen families, be a voice for our children and fight hunger. Over the past 15 years, we have seen our local United W ay of Brevard become what is one of the finest United W ay organizations in the country. They have extremely low overhead and spend less than 9 percent on administrative costs. They are able to keep their costs low because they use an army of unpaid volunteers, which prevents the need to hire additional employees. These United Way volunteers are extremely successful professionals from var ious organizations and corporations throughout Br evard. Not only do they help raise contributions, they also determine where the money is needed most and that every dollar is spent appropriately. If you are not involved with the United Way, please consider becoming part of this years United Way Team. If you would like to get a U nited Way campaign started at your workplace, it is not too late. Employees giving just a dollar or two a paycheck through payroll deduction can add up to a big impact. To get a workplace campaign started, please call S usan McGrath at the United Wa y at (321) 631-2740. If you are retired or cannot participate in a workplace campaign, but would like to make a tax-deductible donation, y ou can do so by making a check out to the United Way of Brevard and mailing it to U nited Way of Brevard C ounty, 937 Dixon Blvd., C ocoa, Fl. 32922. Please consider becoming part of this years United Way Team. We need you. P eople ask me all of the time how they can make a difference in our community. I think one of the best ways we can do that is to generously give to our local United Way. J ack Parker is the sheriff of Br evard CountyLive the United Way BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFFJACK PARK ER Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 1102 South U.S. 1, Fort Pierce, FL 34950 Copyright 2011, Hometown News L.C.Phone (321) 242-1013 Fax (321) 242-1281Classified (321) 242-0442 1 -800-823-0466 Rants & Raves (321) 242-1276Circulation 1 -866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comV oted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. Steven E. Erlanger . . .Publisher and C.O.O. Jim Kendall . . . . . .C.E.O. Lee Mooty . . . . . .General Manager/CFO V ernon D.Smith . . . .Managing Partner Philip J. Galdys . . . .VP/Director of Operations T ammy A. 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At least 50 volunteers showed up at the Lagoon House in P alm Bay to plant oaks and wetland plants. They did a great job planting, and really made the Lagoon H ouse look great. Earlier that morning, all of the water quality monitoring volunteers tested the water at the same time to get a snapshot of the lagoon. F ollowing a morning of planting, MRC members were urged to join in for the annual membership meeting and awards. All of the volunteers who came out to help plant and all of the members of the Marine Resources Council were appreciated.

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D id you know that in this country that land and life are the two that take 12 people on a jury, plus an alternate? I served on a jury, and it was a great privilege to watch our American liberties at work. I was a great learning experience, and I met some great people.No more arrests of illegal aliens?Ha ve you heard the latest from our president and his attorney general and administration? The president of the union that represents officers of I mmigration and Customs Enforcement stated that ICE officers have been ordered not to arrest any illegals that have been previously arrested, deported and then have r e-entered the United States illegally again, even though this constitutes a federal felony. What? This action is in direct defiance of court orders and U.S. federal laws. They have also been instructed to not arrest any illegal that is a fugitive from court-ordered deportation if they have no other prior criminal convictions. Do you see the picture here? O ur government is allowing illegal criminals to r emain, without fear of arrest. Does this mean every crook who commits a crime and doesnt have a prior r ecord cant be arrested? S ounds like it to me. We wont be safe on the streets or even in our homes when word gets out. I see crime rates shooting though the ceiling. How can our leaders just pick and choose which laws to enforce? Who made them dictators? I thought we had a president, not a dictator. Seems I might just be wrong on that.Saving money in the legal systemHere is how you save money in the so-called legal system. And I am not mincing words, because this is an obscene abuse of our money. One. End this privatization bull crap entirely. Probation and drug testing, get real. Gimme a hundred bucks in cash, and go away is how private probation works. In addition to what they pocket off the top, the priv atized slimeballs are being paid three times what a government employee would make, at our taxpayer expense. The idiotic idea that priv ate scumbags save any money was sold to the government crooks, because politicians needed to find a place to park their retarded in-laws, who were employed by their own p riv ate companies (translation, tax shelters), because the retarded in-laws didnt have even a sixth-grade certificate and couldnt get an actual job, except for the one their political relatives could stick them in. Tw o. Legalize victimless cr imes. Prostitution is a choice between consenting adults. Drug use is a personal choice; and so long as alcohol and cigarettes are legal, so should all other drugs be. Oh deary me, whatever shall we do with all that empty jail space? W ell, Wall Street speculators who make reckless bets, because theyre using our money instead of theirs, comes immediately to mind. Three. Cut the insane salaries of judges and prosecutors in half. The so-called court backlog is phony, created by the judges and state lawyers themselves to pad their own pockets. Oh, we have so much work to do! That is such a crock of crap. Watch just one morning in court. The judge shows up an hour late, appearing impaired. The state cant find the records for whatever theyre supposed to be prosecuting. The clerks cant remember which month it is, never mind day. One of them got the year wrong. A bailiff fell asleep and had to be nudged awake by the prisoner he was supposed to be guarding.RantsF rom page A6 See R ANTS, A10V eterans Day Honoring those farthest away and closest to homeThere are currently 22 million veterans in America. That means roughly one in 14 people have served in the military. It is a long term tradition at Holy Trinity E piscopal Academy to honor those men and woman on Veterans Day. This years special date 11-11-11 marks events at both the Lower and U pper Schools. The programs include the presentation of U.S. Military Service Flags, student essays, and a slideshow recognizing family members and friends of students who serve or have served in the military. Also included are messages from local veterans and friends of the school. C olonel John Moser a 31-year veteran of the U.S. Army will be speaking at the Lower School, where his son Brock will be among those in the audience. Anytime I have the opportunity to share what its like to serve your country, it is an honor and privilege to do that, Col. M oser said. The Lower School includes Veterans D ay as part of their Character Education program. This year, the students made blankets to be donated to the Viera V eterans Affairs Clinic. M ajor Gary Baxter, a 20 year veteran of the U.S. Air Force, will be speaking at the U pper School. I would like the students to leave with an appreciation for the sacrifices that service people make for their country, Major Baxter said, who has two grandchildren at the Lower School. Local veterans are invited to attend ceremonies at either campus. The Lower Schools is at 8:20 a.m. and the Upper Schools is at 9:30 a.m. A dditionally, Holy Trinity will be hosting open houses this weekend. The Upper Schools will take place 2-4 p .m. Saturday, Nov. 5 at the Upper School campus, 5625 Holy Trinity Drive. The Lower Schools will be 2-4 p.m. S unday, Nov. 6, 50 West Strawbridge Ave., M elbourne.F or Hometown NewsnewsML@hometownnewsol.com

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Br evard County Sheriffs Office, the State Attorneys Office and local law enforcement agencies, will collect donations of holiday gifts and goodies at 14 different locations throughout the county. The gifts will then be distributed to various nursing homes and hospice centers a few weeks before Christmas, said Terri Goodwin of the S tate Attorneys Office, who also serves as public information officer for Brevard C ounty TRIAD. While the organization provides gifts for anywhere between 1,000 and 1,200 seniors each year, the program is more individualized than one may think. In early October, the facilitators of Senior Santa began sending out forms to local nursing homes and hospice centers and ask their staff to fill out the names and clothing sizes of residents and patients who are either lowincome or who may not otherwise have visitors or gifts during the holidays. W e ask them to list what items these individuals could use, whether its a blanket, a robe, a pair of socks, etc., Ms. Goodwin said. We try to shop for the items they request. So, if S ally Jo wants a pink sweater, we want to get her a pink sweater. In addition to the drop-off sites, there are also four Se nior Santa Tree locations set up throughout the county. Each tree is filled with ornaments of the names of local seniors, who could benefit from a Christmas gift. F amilies, businesses, civic groups, as well as individuals, can choose to adopt the recipient and shop for his or her items, as long as they are returned by the Dec. 5 deadline, Ms. Goodwin said. In lieu of purchasing gifts, r esidents can also choose to make a monetary taxdeductible donation to the program and let the TRIAD team do the shopping for them. Ms. Goodwin said that in addition to the many volunteers who help gather, organize and distribute the gifts each year, the program would not be such a success without assistance from such Brevard-based companies as Vitas Hospital, WalMar t, The Boeing Company and Parrish Medical Center. I ncorporated in 1998, the Br evard branch of TRIAD, Inc ., was designed to address the issues of the areas growing senior population by working alongside numerous organizations and business partners, according to www.brevardtriad.org. A nonprofit organization, its name is meant to symbolize a triangle of the three major parties involved. F or more information about Senior Santa or Breva rd County TRIAD,visit www.brevardtriad.org. To make a monetary donation, send a check payable to: Brevard County TRIAD, Inc.; P.O. 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O ur legal system is killing us. M aybe one in a 100 people in jail or prison actually are dangerous. The rest are an excuse to suck money out of us and pay off a politicians dependents. W ell, the politicians need to have their salaries cut in half, too. And if they cant afford their mansions without our subsidies, they can do like the rest of us and work a second job. If they can find one.No silver spoonThank you to the governor for letting us know that he came up the hard way, that he was not born with a silver spoon in his mouth. Thank you.Change the judicial systemI am wondering what is wrong with Brevard County. They have a law in this state to protect the elderly. Y ou are not allowed to beat them up or anything. B ut you are also not allowed to steal their money. Howev er, we have judges in our system down here who allow people to steal y our money. Im out about $60,000, and Id like to see the court system change. With proof in hand, I cant get my money back. I feel like Diogenes. Im looking for an honest person. We apparently, dont have them in our judicial system here in Brevard County. I think we need to make a big change. Thank you.Call him presidentI cant understand why everyone is calling the president just by his last name instead of saying president. I used to be a president of a small club. I know he cant do all the things he does without the Congress and the senators. I think that they should not be put in for life when they get so old. S omeone else tells them what to do. I know we dont agree with everything, but I still think he should be called president.A personal walk through sports historyW ith all the millionaire basketball players and the billionaire owners, I think this would be interesting to some people. I was born in 1923, and around the age of 7, I played ball with other kids in the neighborhood. We played in the alleys that ran behind our homes back then. The streets were cobblestone brick, so they we re too uneven for a good bounce. We played for fun. Most of us did not have gloves. One bat was shared by all. The baseball endured the season from bright and white to frayed threads of stitches, eventual loss of hide to a final season covering of black, electrical tape. B ut it was fun. It was a game. We each had our hero stars, seen only in the sports pages and the back covers of magazines. We r eceived occasional instructions from one of our fathers or an older brother. It was a small part of our developing, growing lives. In those days, you had a distinct sports season. April through October was baseball. October through D ecember was football, and J anuary through March was basketball. Organized teams did not start until high school and then college. There were no junior high schools. Back then, grade schools were from grade one to grade eight. O utstanding players excelled in all three of the sports. They were called letter men, earning letters in all three sports. Sometimes, there were 4-letter men, finding time for track and field besides. Another outstanding thing about them was that they played the whole game, entire games offense and defense. Substitutions were only for injuries. No one expected any less. That was the way it was played up until the early s. The head coach of the football teams in college salaries were the same as full professors, around $12,000 a year, and they we re re quired to teach health, physical education classes, as well as coach the team. They were real mens men. S omewhere along the way, the fun and sportsmanship was replaced by the need to win. The wealthy alumni demanded winners and no less than league championships. F riday, November 4, 2011 A10 MelbourneHometown News PICKIN-N-GRINNINPICKIN-N-GRINNINPICKIN-N-GRINNINPICKIN-N-GRINNINTHRIFTANDSOMUCHMORE!THRIFTANDSOMUCHMORE!THRIFTANDSOMUCHMORE!THRIFTANDSOMUCHMORE!THRIFTANDSOMUCHMORE!email:pickingrin1@att.net email:pickingrin1@att.net email:pickingrin1@att.net email:pickingrin1@att.net4500 USHwy 1 (PalmBay Plaza a Few Steps Away From Dollar General) 321-505-6261Palm Bays Most Unique Pre-Owned Store!MONDAY-SATURDAY9AM-5PMMONDAY-SATURDAY9AM-5PMMONDAY-SATURDAY9AM-5PMMONDAY-SATURDAY9AM-5PMSaturdays Are PickYour Own DiscountDays!Donations Greatly Appreciated!Thousands of Items You Would Expect, Plus Antiques, Collectibles, and Some Really Strange Stuff!Some Proceeds Help Homeless Veterans of BrevardTHISAREASONWEAREUNIQUE. COMEIN&CHECKUSOUT! THISAREASONWEAREUNIQUE. COMEIN&CHECKUSOUT! TISAREASONWEAREUNIQUE. COMEIN&CHECKUSOUT! 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: Cat &Dog Beds,Pill Pockets,Cat Toys & KMR (Kitten Milk Replacer).F or info,contact (321) 636-3343 or www.crittersavers.com. SPAY/NEUTER FEESFeline (Cat): $35.00 (starting at)Canine (Dog): $50.00(starting at)V accines for CBHS Members V ACCINATIONS: Good for up to (4) pets. One time savings. Offer valid through 11/30/11. Must mention discount coupon at time of scheduling appointment. Discount coupon must be presented at time of service checkin.HN 1/201020off%20off%Spay/Neuter & W ellness Clinic Low Cost321-636-3343ext. 206 2012 Best Pets of Brevard Calendar $10.00 EachCentral Brevard Humane Society1020 Cox Road, Cocoa, FL 32926 www.crittersavers.com PUPtails &Reindeer Holiday ExtravaganzaSaturday, December 10th4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Cara Mia Riverside Grill11 Riverside Drive, Cocoa VillagePet Photos with Santa Saturday, December 10th11 a.m. to 4 p.m. PetSmart1800 Evans Road, MelbourneAll pets are welcome. Photos are $9.95 each and come with a collectible holiday frame with your PetSmart PetPerks Card (plus tax).OTHER SERVICES:Deworming Ear Cleaning Fecal Exam Microchipping Nail Trim Pet Care Products (Advantage, Frontline, Heartgard, Trifexis & Comfortis, Certifect)Central Brevard Humane Societys MARKYOURCALENDAR!Feline (Cat): ..............Canine (Dog):FVRCPC.................$16.00DAPP................$16.00 FeLV........................$17.00Bordetella..........$16.00 Rabies (1 year)........$15.00Rabies (1 year)..$15.00 FELV/FIV Test........$25.00Heartworm Test....$20.00V iew vintage aircraft for free during Veterans Day weekendV eterans can enjoy free admission to the Valiant Air C ommand Warbird Museum in Titusville on Saturday, Nov. 12, and Sunday, Nov. 13, for the Planes, Trains and A utomobiles open house. This year, the VAC is also offering complimentary admission to Florida residents, retired U.S. Army Col. T erry Yon said. Those who attend the event can view vintage warbirds and memorabilia at the Warbird Museum. Additionally, veteran pilots will give details about the aircraft and share experiences with attendees. Fl yby demonstrations, an antique car show, food and music will be sure to offer something for everyone in the family to enjoy. Rides in an open-cockpit W aco UPF-7 biplane will be available through Florida B iplanes. Those interested in a biplane ride should contact the museum prior to the event for more information, Mr. Yon said. He said he hopes to see a large crowd at the Warbird M useum for the weekend open house. W e do it to give back to the community, Mr. Yon said. Its a way to showcase who we are and why were here. G uests who attend P lanes, Trains and Automobiles must prove veteran status or Florida residency with a military identification card or a Florida drivers license to receive free admission. The Valiant Air Command W arbird Museum is located at 6600 Tico Road in Ti tusville. It will be open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. The VAC is still looking for vintage cars to display at the event. Those interested should call the museum with the year and make of the automobile. F or more information,call (321) 268-1941 or visit www.vacwarbirds.org.W arbird Museum offers complimentary admission to veterans and Florida residentsBy Meagan McGonemmcgone@hometownnewsol.com RantsF rom page A7 Subscribe Today! TOTHE#1 COMMUNITYNE WSPAPERwww.hometownnewsol.com

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Melbourne Players Club Arcade1935 Aurora Rd. Melbourne 255-7781 $5 Match Play ALLDAY EVERYDAYNO Coupon Necessary Customers say "MORE JACKPOTS MORE OFTEN!"$20 Gets you $2 FREEPLAY All Day, Everyday FREE Wheel Spin If You Are Here At 10amSun Thurs 9am-1am FriSat 9am-2amBingo every Mon & Wed 6pm & 8pm Spin the wheel every Tues & Thurs 8pm & 10pm Smoking Permitted Players Club ArcadeEnjoy Your PleasureAnd Our Hospitality Customers say "MORE JACKPOTS MORE OFTEN!" NEW ARCADE TOURNAMENTFRIDA Y 7:00-10:30pmTUES. THURS. SA T 1:00 pm 3:30 pm C OOL FROZEN DRINKS WINE & BEERLIVE MUSIC WEEKENDS Indoor/Outdoor Dining Open 6 Days Lunch & Dinner S eating: 11am 10pm Tue-Sat 11am 9pm Sun CLOSED MONDAYI ntracoastal m.m. 101 www.BonefishWillys.net 2459 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne 321-253-8888 Br ing This Ad and Get$5.00 OFFthe purchase of two dinner entrees and two beveragesE xp. 11/11/11Carryouts A vailable Every Sunday All Day Whole Maine Lobster, Clam & Mussel Boil Whole Maine Lobster, Clam, Shrimp & Mussel Boil Carryouts A vailable FREEWiFi NOWOPEN!Live Music on Fridays!$7 Pitcher for Monday Night Football!All Meals 50%OFFfor Veterans &Military (must provideID)Expires 11/18/11 Charlie &JakesBar-B-Que Grill2725 Minton Road, W. Melbourne321-345-4441 Arvel Bird, who appears at the N ative Rhythms Festival in Melbourne on Nov. 11-13, studied the classical violin for 11 years. It wasnt his first choice. T o be honest, I wanted top play trumpet, he said. My parents told me with a straight face that they had a violin under the bed and it was that or nothing. He came to love the instrument. I t spoke to me, he said. My teacher created a mystique. It was magical, my refuge as a young boy. I would take it into my room and escape the turmoil of family. It helped me overcome shyness and low self-esteem. Music is a great thing for your imagination and imagination is an important aspect of life. Everything springs from it. It was in his 11th year as a student that he had the confidence to branch out. I came into my own, he said. I knew how to play. Then I wanted to explore music, with the freedom to try out different genres, improvise, and fiddle. Mr. Bird had an understanding of how the violin worked and its technique. I had to unlearn what I learned classically, he said. I learned more authentic techniques to play country, bluegrass and Celtic music. I studied through listening. It was fun. Music has always been fun. In the last decade, Mr. Bird has explored both his Celtic and Native American roots. He is both a member of Clan Kennedy and the Southern P aiute tribe. The Native American music uses the drum and the flute, an instrument Mr. Bird now plays. What I have drawn from the N ative American side of my heritage are the stories of the people and the chiefs, he said. You take the native flutes and drumming and mix it with the fiddling of my Celtic heritage. Mr. Birds most recent CD, Celtic N ation, was released in September. I t explores the folk music of Scotland and Ireland, he said. Its kind of the Celtic version of Ride I ndian Ride. This is Mr. Birds first trip to the N ative Rhythms Festival. I wanted to get there the last two y ears, but I was already booked, he said. This year it worked out great. Im flying from Arizona for it. There are a lot of great performers. Im looking forward to seeing Ed Wind D ancer. He doesnt get a lot of credit. He and I are planning a concert in Sar asota. Were mutual admirers. He has danced to some of my music. Mr. Bird and his wife, Kimberly, who performs with him, are based in Na shville, but they are on the road a great deal. I love the touring, he said. The creative part, the artistry is making up the music and creating the r ecords. Touring is my mission. Arv el Bird appears at the Native Rhythms Festival,Nov.11-13 at W ickham Park,Melbourne.Admission to the Native American and world cultural musical festival is free. F amilies are welcome.For more information,visit the website www.nativerhythmsfestival.com. F or more information about Arvel Bi rd, visit his website www.arvelbird.com.Not Quite Right Comedy T roupe at the Henegar CenterT he Not Quite Right Comedy Improv Troupe will perform at the Upstairs @ the Henegar venue at 7:30 p.m. F riday, Nov. 4. T he troup performed at the Henegar for several years before splitting in 2005. Now theyre back with five original members: Joe Boasci, Pete Jacobsen, Adam Lucker, Michelle McElvaine and Jessica Taylor, and one new improviser to the group, Jon Emmerich. T he troupe specializes in short-form improv comedy, similar to what audiences would see on the show Whose Line Is It Anyway? or at SAK Comedy Lab in Orlando. However, now theyre adding a little longform to the mix. Nothing is pre-scripted. Everything is made up on the spot. T he Henegar Center for the Arts is located at 625 E. New Haven Ave. in the downtown Melbourne theatre district. Tickets are $10 and may be purchased online at www.henegar.org or by calling the box office at (321) 723-8698. Tickets will also be available at the door.Chicago The MusicalT his torrid tale of fame, seduction, murder and all that jazz is set against the glitzy backdrop of the roaring 0s. Chicago The Musical, book by Fred Ebb and Bob F osse, will be 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays, Nov. 4-20, at the T itusville Playhouse. T he box office is open 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays and one hour before show times. Cost is: orchestra $20 and balcony $18, with a $2 discount for seniors, students and military. Online tickets are available. T he Titusville Playhouse is at 301 Julia St., Titusville. F or more information, call (321) 268-1125 or visit www.Titusvillephayhouse.co m. Annual Holiday Gift ConcertT he Space Coast Pops Orchestra presents its 26th Annual Holiday Gift Concert at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, at the Merritt Island First Baptist Church on S.R. 520 and Courtenay Parkway, Merritt Island. T his concert is a gift to the public, and the public may respond by bringing a gift of canned or dry provisions to be delivered to the Central Brevard Sharing Center. Guest conductor Clair Christy returns with a program of music that carries the name Best of Brevard. It includes both spiritual and patriotic selections, plus a classical number, the Armed Forces Medley, God Bless America, a sing-a-long and the everpopular Sleigh Ride. F eatured performers include singer Sally Hart, violinist Tristan Rhodeside, trumpet soloist Ken Moulton, Joan Taddies Childrens Chorus and the Choir of the Merritt Island First Baptist Church with Richard Fuller directing both orchestra and choir. Admission is free but tickets are required and are available at the usual locations. Call (321) 632-7445 for more ticket information.Goo Goo Dolls to perform at the King CenterT he Goo Goo Dolls will Cabana Shores Tiki Bar: J on Parrot will play 6-10 p .m. Saturday. Cabana S hores Tiki Bar is at 5240 Nor th U.S. Highway 1, P alm Shores. Call (321) 987-8455. Captain Katannas D ockside Restaurant and Bar: J ack Clutterham will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. Ken M oores will play 2:30-6:30 S unday. Katannas is at 4263 N. Harbor City Blvd., M elbourne. C all (321) 2531369. City Limits Restaurant and Lounge: Op en Fire will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. S aturday. Swampfox will play 7:30-10:30 p.m. S unday. City Limits is at 4851 S. Dairy Road, Palm Bay. C all (321) 723-2222. Cocoa Beach Pier: Mo Geetz will play 6-10 p.m. W ednesday. The Tropical Y uppies will play 6-10 p.m. Thursday. The Cocoa Beach Pier is at 401 Meade Ave., C ocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4050. Cocoa Beach Sports Club: M att Riley will play 9 p .m. to 1 a.m. Friday. Cocoa B each Sports Club is at 142 N. Orlando Ave., Cocoa B each. C all (321) 783-3777. Crickets: I nternal Strife will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fr iday. Crickets is at 1942 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. C all (321) 2429280. Grills at the Port: A bsolute Blue will play 7:30-11:30 p.m. Friday. Dont Quit Your Day Job will play 3-7 p.m. Sunday. Der ek will play 5-9 p.m. W ednesday. Hyper Duo will play 5-9 p.m. Thursday. Grills at the Port is at 505 G len Cheek Drive, Port C anaveral. C all (321) 8682226. Key West Bar: S panks B and will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. Key West is at 2286 Highway A1A, I ndian Harbour Beach. C all (321) 773-1577. Lous Blues: S witch will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. S aturday. The Queen Bees will play 2-6 p.m. Sunday. The X-Band will play 8:30 p .m. to 12:30 a.m. Thursday. Lous Blues is at 3191 N. Highway A1A, Indialantic. C all (321) 779-2299. Main Street Pub: The H itmen will play 7-11 p.m. S aturday. Main Street Pub is at 705 E. New Haven Ave., M elbourne. C all (321) 7237811. Millikens Reef: Marc STAR SCOPESJames Tucker W eek of 11-4-2011 Aries-March 21-April 19Y ou always come through when the chips are down. Y our fiery spirit always seems to pull you through lifes challenges unscathed. Being the first fire sign in the Zodiac helps you get started first and then continue on to victory. Y ou never quit until you reach your goal. Its fun seeing what you plan to do next.Ta urus-April 20-May 20Y our life continues to move to higher levels. You are always searching for new challenges. K eep on letting go of clutter and unneeded things around you to make room for the new. Do a fall cleaning and yard sale. Give unsold things to charity. This sets the universal wheels in motion to bring much new very soon.Gemini-May 21-June 21Affirm everyday that you are continually fed, protected and blessed by the unlimited good in the universe. Give thanks for the many wonderful friends who grace your life and bring so much love and joy. See the good in others and they see it in you. Live each day as if there is no tomorrow. This is the true meaning of life.Cancer-June 22-July 22Y ou have the most beautiful, happy, positive attitude. It is contagious to others. When you are happy, others are happy. Your happy heart leads by example. You dont ask of others what you wont do first. You are so respected and loved. Keep psyched up and ready. More wonderful adventures are on the way.L eo-July 23-Aug. 22Being the middle fire sign has its advantages. The balance keeps you sharp and focused. Good ideas popping into your mind from the instincts gives much inspiration for action. T he odds are in your favor for success. You are a winner. Listen to, trust and take action on this divine guidance and victory is assured.Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22V enus this week gives you an emotional edge and boost. T ake action on the idea you have been sitting on. It wants to grow and increase. People around you are in awe, saying, How did you do all this? Say, A little angel told me. T hat Little Angel is your Br evard CountyEntertainmentSECTIONB FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2011Dining &Musician melds Celtic, Native American musicClub Scene Photo courtesy of Arvel BirdArvel Bird blends his two cultural heritages, Celtic and Native American, when he performs at the Native Rhythms Festival in Melbourne Nov. 11-13.By Shelley KoppelEntertainment writerOut & about See S CENE, B2 See SCOPES, B3 See OUT, B2

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Dobson will play 5-9 p.m. M onday. Panama will play 5-10 p.m. Tuesday. M illikens is at 683 Dave N isbet Drive, Port C anaveral. C all (321) 7830100. Murdocks Bistro & Char Bar: The Scott R obinson Band will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. Patti and Fr ank will play 6-9 p.m. W ednesday. Murdocks is at 600 Brevard Ave., C ocoa. C all (321) 6330600. Normans Raw Bar & Gr ill: S lick Willie will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. SpaceF ish will play 7-11 p.m. S aturday. Normans is at 3 F orrest Ave., Cocoa. Call (321) 433-0872. Oh Shucks: R ed Tide will play 7-11 p.m. S aturday. Oh Shucks is at the Cocoa Beach Pier, 401 M eade Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4050. Old Fish House Grill: G atorblues will play 6-10 p .m. Saturday. Summer R ain will play 3-7 p.m. S unday. The Old Fish H ouse Grill is at 5185 U.S. H ighway 1, Grant. C all (321) 727-7007. Old Florida Grill: JC Jr. will play 4-8 p.m. Friday. M elissa Webber will play 4-8 p.m. Saturday. G-Whiz A coustic will play 3-7 p.m. S unday. The Old Florida Grill is at 5370 North U.S. H ighway 1, Cocoa. C all (321) 636-9222. Orioles Club: S ummer R ain will play 7-10 p.m. S aturday. Orioles is on U.S. Highway 1 in Micco. C all (772) 664-4459. Ozzies Crabhouse: Sax A ppeal will play 6-10 p.m. Fr iday. Steve Cowden will play 6-10 p.m. Saturday. S ybil Gage will play 5-9 p .m. Sunday. Atlantic B luegrass will play 7-9 p .m. Wednesday. Ozzies is at 4391 Dixie Highway N.E., Palm Bay. Call (321) 724-0009. Pineda Inn Bar & Grill: K eith Koelling will play 711 p.m. Friday. The Pineda is at 6355 North U.S. H ighway 1 (U.S. 1 and S untree Boulevard), R ockledge, Melbourne. C all (321) 751-5311. Pintos Lounge: GWhiz Acoustic will play 8 p .m. to midnight Sunday. Pintos is at 7555 S. H ighway U.S. 1, Titusville. C all (321) 269-7665. Shady Oaks Lounge: K ickin Kountry will play 9 p .m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday. Shady Oaks is at 650 S. Babcock, Palm Bay. C all (321) 727-7004. Siggys All-American Bar: S panks Band will play at 9:30 p.m. Friday. Greg and Brian will play at 9:30 p.m. Saturday. Thursday is acoustic night with Joe Barrera at 7 p.m. S iggys is at 1153 Malabar R oad N.E., No. 1, Palm Bay. C all (321) 952-0104. Squid Lips: Mo Geetz will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. J ohn Q and Shelly will play 2-6 p.m., and Separ ate Checks will play 7-11 p .m. Saturday. Johnny D anger will play 2-7 p.m. S unday. John Qs Jam S ession is 6:30-10 p.m. Thursdays. Squid Lips is at 1477 Pineapple Ave., M elbourne. Call (321) 242-2224. Sunset Caf: Marc Dobson will play 5:30-9:30 p .m. Friday and Sunday. T ed Villarreal will play 2-5 p .m. Saturday. Sax Appeal will play 4-9 p.m. Wednesday. Steve Kirsner and Fr iends will play 1-4 p.m. Thursday. The Sunset Caf is at 500 W. Cocoa Beach C auseway, Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-8485. Wet Spot: W ednesday night is jam night with Ji mbo and The No Shows 7-11 p.m. The Wet Spot is at 3650 Dixie Highway N.E., Palm Bay. C all (321) 728-3055. Wynfields Sports Bar: G uilty Pleasure and Luna P earl will play 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Friday for the H alloween party. Wednesday night is jam night with the Bone Dogs 8 p.m. to midnight. Wynfields is at 190 Highway A1A, S atellite Beach. C all (321) 773-8460. Editors note :To have your live music listed in the Club Scene,send your schedule to brevnews@hometownnewsol.com (Attention: M ichael Hibbard) at least a week in advance of the gigs.perform at 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5 at the King Center for the Performing Arts in Melbourne. T he Goo Goo Dolls have earned four Grammy nominations, have had 13 consecutive top 10 hit songs and have sold more than 10 million albums. T heir list of hits include: Name, Black Balloon, Iris, Slide, Sympathy and Give A Little Bit. T he King Center is at 3865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. F or more information, call (321) 242-2219 or visit www.kingcenter.com or www.googoodolls.com.S ymphonic Wind Ensemble makes concert debutT he new Symphonic Wind Ensemble of the Melbourne Municipal Band will present its premiere performance on Sunday, Nov. 6 at 3 p.m. at the Suntree United Methodist Church, 7400 N. Wickham Road, in Melbourne. The concert is free, and tickets are not required. V eteran conductor and Viera resident Hal Gibson will conduct the ensemble as it presents a program titled Momentous Moments in Music. T he concert will feature major compositions, such as the Manx Overture, by Haydn W ood; George Washington Bridge, by William Schuman; and a very special rendition of Crown Imperial Coronation March, by Sir William Walton, written for the coronation of King George VI in 1937. W hat makes this performance special is that the wind ensemble will combine forces with the organ and the major talents of local organist T homas Taylor. Another momentous musical moment will be the performance of Richard W agners Elsas Procession to the Cathedral. T his piece prefaces Elsas betrothal to Lohengrin from the opera of the same name, and is one of the most dynamic and climactic works in all of the operatic literature. Organist Thomas Taylor will again join the ensemble in the culmination of this majestic masterwork. Also included on the program will be the iconic work for winds, the Second Suite in F for Military Band, by Gustav Holst. T he Symphonic Wind Ensemble of the Melbourne Municipal Band is a new musical organization focused on the performance of the most notable music written, or arranged for, wind instruments. Its members are some of the finest, most experienced players in Central Florida, many of whom are also members of the MMB concert band. Call (321) 724-0555 or visit www.mmband.org for more information. Live jazz concertT he Christian Tamburr Jazz Quintet, with special guest New York trumpet player Dominick Farinacci joining the East Coast Tour, will play Sunday, Nov. 6 at 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. at the Atlantic Music Center, 25 S. Wickham Road. Melbourne. Cost is $25 for adults and $20 for students. Christian Tamburr is a multiinstrumentalist, accomplished on the piano and trapset as well as world and orchestral percussion. However, his true talent is exhibited on his instrument of choice, the vibraphone, confirmed when Downbeat Magazine awarded him Outstanding Solo Jazz Per former. Christian currently leads the critically acclaimed Christian T amburr Quartet, a four-piece acoustic jazz group. F or more information, visit www.Christiantamburr.com. F or reservation and information, call (321) 725-5690 or (321) 768-2221 or visit www.AtlanticMusicCenter.com.Guitarist Les Dudek at Lous BluesLes Dudek will be at Lous Blues in Indialantic at 8 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6. Mr. Dudek has performed with and written songs for legendary artists Stevie Nicks, Steve Miller, Dave Mason, Cher, Boz Scaggs, Maria Muldaur and the Allman Brothers Band. He has released four critically-acclaimed solo albums with CBS Records and has also appeared in movies. Cost is $30 for VIP reserved, $25 for reserved and $20 for general admission, plus handling fees. Lous Blues is at 3191 N. Highway A1A in Indialantic. F or more information, call (321) 783-9004 or email roland@brevardmusicgroup.co m.T ammerlin at Night Sounds at Sebastian InletT he Florida Department of Environmental Protections Sebastian Inlet State Park will host the Night Sounds at Sebastian Inlet State Park Concert Series 7-9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11. T he concert will showcases recording artists Lee Hunter and Arvid Smith, known as T ammerlin. 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guardian spirit and best friend. Are you listening?Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22Y our great teaching talents will soon be called upon to help others to learn about your new spiritual findings. Educating, healing and counseling are your greatest gifts. No one is better at them. You love sharing wisdom. Then the joy comes back multiplied. Your spirit and light just glow when you are happy.Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21Y our mastery of small details is preparing you for greater responsibilities. You get the job done. Its your large open heart that gives the motivation. Your warm, loving nature always guides you safely through lifes storms. Y our natural sensitivity warns you of challenges before they happen. Are you listening?Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21Y ou have done much this year. There is so much still ahead. Dont get in too big of a hurry. Timing is everything. T ake time to smell the sweet autumn aromas and savor the true meaning of harvest time, which is when you were born. You are a blessing from the universe. Now share your good and your life is justified.Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19Y our energy is high. Your natural rhythms are strong. Make physical activities a top priority. You have worked free of recent stresses. New adventures are on the way. Listen to your divine inner guidance. Its all about it feeling right. If your heart isnt in it, dont do it. Be true to yourself first and all will work out.Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18Continue to move forward. W hen you have a solid plan and put it into action, few things will stop you from creating reality from idea. When you are happy, steady progress is being made. K eep a strong focus on the top priority first. Less is more sometimes. Be prepared for a quantum leapin joy over the holidays.Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20Y ou have such deep feelings. Your sweet loving heart is known far and wide. It always gives an emotional boost to your loved ones. You make it happen. You have much courage and stand up for your beliefs. You say, This is my life, thank you. I am making the most of it. You can too. Thanks for all you do and give us. Until next time, never give up on your dream, your purpose and your passion. K eep on keeping on. Hello smart shoppers. It s time to get ready for Thanksgiving therefore, topical recipes must be repeated. Pies are almost as important as the turkey. Youve just got to make a homemade pumpkin, pecan and apple pie with my crust. If yo u ve never made a pie before, nows the time. M any recipes can be altered to make them low fat, but low-fat pie crust is not as good. A truly great pie crust is high in fat, so make it rarely, eat it sparingly and enjoy it immensely. I will give you a very unusual recipe. This crust will handle easier than any other youve ever tried. F or years, making pie crust frustrated me, as the crust tore and separated, until a special lady came into my life. When we lived in Connecticut, I met an 80-year old lady who had a farm. S he asked me to visit and served coffee and an incredible apple pie with the most wonderful crust. H er heritage and recipes dated back to the Shakers. What amazed me was the bottom crust was nicely browned, which is hard to achieve without burning the pie. She had already made me a copy of the recipe, because as she said, I knew y ou would want it. The recipe contains vinegar, which helps the crust to brown properly and the smell and taste will disappear as the pie bakes. It is a large recipe and I have not found a way to break it down successfully, but the dough freezes beautifully and will keep in the refrigerator for at least three days. REMEMBER: Always preheat the oven for 20 minutes; I recommend an ov en thermometer. Enjoy. See you next week.S S HAKE HAKE R P R P I I E C E C R R U U ST STM akes two covered 9-inch pies and about two pie shells. 4 cups white flour 1 tablespoon sugar 1-1/2 teaspoons salt 1-3/4 cups shortening* 1/2-cup cold water 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar 1 large egg *My shortening of choice is Crisco. In a large bowl, mix dry ingredients. Add shortening and cut in with a pastry blender, two knives or an electric mixer set at low speed until shortening is the size of peas. In a separate bowl, mix the egg, vinegar and water. A dd to the flour mixture and mix with a fork until the flour is moistened. The mixture will be dry. Do not add more water. U sing your hands, press the dough together to incorporate any remaining flour. This crust can be handled and rolled again and again and will not get tough. Refrigerate 15 minutes or longer. Roll out enough dough to fit the pie pan, rolling dough 1/8-inch thick. Dust the board and r olling pin frequently with flour to prevent sticking. 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FRIDAY, NOV. 4 Silver Belles fashion show and luncheon: N oon. Friday, Nov. 4. Watersong, 7300 W atersong Lane, Melbourne. The first annual Silver B elles pre-holiday fashion show and luncheon will be held on Friday, Nov. 4 at noon at Watersong, an active retirement community in Viera. F ashions will be presented by B elk Department Store, and proceeds of the event will be donated to Serene H arbor for continuing work with abused women and children. T ickets are available to the public for $25 per person by calling Marian Schaffer Dietz at (321) 622-8348.Seating is limited,so early reservations are encouraged. After the luncheon, Watersong will offer tours of their complete facilities and lifestyle to interested guests. Collecting food items for Br evard County Sharing C enter: Fr iday, Nov. 4 through Wednesday, Nov. 30. C ourtenay Springs Village will collect food items (canned, boxed, etc.) in conjunction with Hope United Church of Christ for the Breva rd C ounty Sharing Center though the month of November. The theme is Mission: 1 That they may all be 1. One U nited Church on a shared mission for 11 powerful days to feed the hungry and confront food-related injustice. Any donations will be greatly appreciated. C ourtenay Springs Village, (the independent 55-plus apartment rentals), is located at 1200 S. Courtenay Parkway in Merritt Island. F or more information, please call Kay at (321) 4521233. Spaghetti supper at Emmanuel: 4:30-6:30 p.m. Fr iday, Nov. 4. Emmanuel U nited Methodist Church, 2800 Eau Gallie Blvd., Melbourne. This is an all-you-can-eat spaghetti supper, complete with salad, bread, drink and dessert. C ome for a little piece of I taly right in the heart of Eau G allie. F or more information,call (321) 254-0010. Annual Holiday Craft Show: 5:30-8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 4 through Saturday, Dec. 31. Fifth Avenue Art Gallery, 1470 Highland Ave., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 259-8261 or visit www.fifthavenueartgallery.co m.SAT URDAY, NOV. 5 Brevard Zoo bonsai exhibit: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 5-6. Br evard Zoo, 8225 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. Br evard Zoo will host a special bonsai show for visitors S aturday and Sunday in the N yami Nyami River Lodge. The event features demonstrations on how to care for bonsai trees, and vendors will be on site selling bonsai trees and bonsai-related items. G uests visiting the zoo that day will have a chance to see more than 60 different bonsai trees. The exhibit is hosted by the Bonsai Society of Brevard. The bonsai exhibit is free with zoo admission. F or more information on bonsai weekend,please visit brevardzoo.org or call (321) 254-9453. Parade of Gems Show: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and S unday, Nov. 5-6. Melbourne A uditorium, 624 E. Hibiscus Ave ., Melbourne. The Canaveral Mineral and Gem Society is hosting the P arade of Gems Show at the Melbourne Auditorium S aturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The show will feature vendors selling gems, beads, fossils, minerals and jewelry. There will also be door prizes, exhibits, demonstrations and a childrens corner. The admission is $4 per person, children younger than 12 are free, but must be accompanied by an adult. F or more information,call (321) 725-4717. Learn to Homebrew Day: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5. Brocks Homebrew Supply, 425 S. Wickham R oad, West Melbourne. Br ocks Homebrew Supply and SAAZ are participating in a worldwide day dedicated to homebrewing. Learn to Homebrew Day is an international event celebrated each year on the first S aturday in November with the goal of introducing people to the homebrewing hobby and establishing relationships with local homebrew supply shops and homebrew clubs. A beginner extract brewing demonstration will take place at 10:30 a.m., and an advanced all-grain brewing demonstration will take place at 2 p.m. I nterested people are encouraged to call ahead if they plan to attend one or both of the brewing demonstrations. F or more information,call (321) 476-3846 Seniors needed for free music class: 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 5. Fletcher Music Center, 1513 W. New Haven Ave., M elbourne. F ifteen senior citizens are needed for a music/wellness study. No previous experience is required. Classes will be held for four w eeks and will be taught by a certified instructor. S tudents will have the option of Saturday morning or Thursday evening classes. T uition and materials will be paid for by the Lowrey M usic Making and Wellness C enter. No purchase is required. S tudents will be asked to fill out a short survey upon completion of the course, and certificates of achievement will be awarded. S tore hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p .m. Monday through Saturday. F or more information,call (321) 725-0784. Moonlight stroll at Erna Nix on Park: 7-10 p.m. Saturdo ugh 1/2 inch beyond the r im of the pan. Fold dough under until flush with the edge and flute the edges with your fingers or press all around the rim with the tines of a fork. Fill shell and follow recipe directions. NOTE: You can lift the dough into the pan easily if you fold it in half.P P U U M M P P KI KI N P N P I I E EA 1 pound can of pumpkin will make a large 10inch pie. Double the recipe for three, 9 inch-pies. They freeze great. Bake first, cool and freeze. You can substitute Splenda for the granulated sugar with excellent r esults. 1 can (1 pound) pumpkin 2 eggs 1/2-cup sugar 1/4-cup dark brown sugar, firmly packed 1-1/2 teaspoon pumpkin pie spices 1 teaspoon salt 1 large can evaporated milk (undiluted) Pr epare crust and fit into pan as instructed above. U sing a large bowl, beat eggs slightly. Add remaining ingredients; mix well. P lace pan on a cookie sheet, fill and bake at 425 for 15 minutes. Lower heat to 375 and continue baking for 30 minutes. Pie is done when knife inserted in center comes out clean.P P I I E E C C R R U U ST C ST C O O O O KI KI E E S SLeftover piecrust makes delicious piecrust cookies. Sa ve all trimmed pie dough scraps; mash together with a fork, adding a little water if necessary to get them to cling together. Piecrust dough Cinnamon S ugar R oll dough into a large 1/8-inch thick rectangle. Spr inkle generously with cinnamon and sugar. Ca re fully roll, jelly-roll style. S lice cookies on the diagonal, 1/4-inch thick. Place on a cookie sheet and bake at 375 to 400 degrees until done, about 10 to 12 minutes. Cool and store in an airtight container. Vis it www.romancingthestove.net or email arlene@romancingthestove. net. F riday, November 4, 2011 B4 MelbourneHometown News M on-Fri 8:30-5:30pmS aturday available by appointmentDr Syed Z. Quadri, DMD2090 Palm Bay Rd. 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day, Nov. 5. Erna Nixon Park, 1200 Evans Road, West Melbourne. It s time again to Stroll the Pa rk After Dark! The semi-annual Moonlight Stroll, sponsored by Br evard County Parks & R ecreation, will be held at Erna Nixon Park in West Melbourne on Saturday. The Brevard Astronomical S ociety will be there with telescopes for stargazing and sky watching. M usical entertainment will be provided by Chris Kahl, T ina Eno, The Stone Family, S haron Osuna, Jerry Loll and S usan Pounds, and Bo Frazer of the Penny Creek Band. F ood will be available for purchase from Fast Eddies. Pa rk ing will be available at M elbourne Square Mall, Pole No 4, on the west side of JC P enney. P atrons will be shuttled to and from the park. Admission is $3 per person, but children younger than 3 may attend for free. All children must be accompanied by an adult. F or more information, please call Erna Nixon Park at (321) 952-4525. Progressive voices / Dan G elber & Alan Grayson: 7 p .m. Saturday, Nov. 5. Henegar Center, 625 E. New Haven Ave ., Melbourne. It features attorney Dan Gelber, counsel for Fair Districts Now, and congressional candidate Alan Grayson The C ongressman with Guts. H osted by the Space Coast Pr ogressive Alliance, the event promises music, fun, inspiration, presentation of Progressive Voice awards and more. A ttorney Dan Gelber will provide an update on the victory for fair districts in Florida and the continuing struggle for fair representation as the legislature continues to use public funds to fight compliance with Floridas C onstitution. The straight-talking, insightful, blunt but humorous Alan Grayson is clearly a threat to the entrenched corr upt and powerful in our nation. He is the only attorney to ever win a fraud case against those who profited illegally from the war in Iraq. Mr. Grayson will speak on What it means to be Progressive. General admission tickets to the event are $15. Reserved seating with a VIP coffee and dessert reception with Mr. Gelber and Mr. Grayson is $35. Tickets are available on a first-come basis, and will be sold at the door if still available. Doors open at 6 p.m. F ull information and tickets can be found online at www.SpaceCoastProgressiveAlliance.org. F or more information,call (321) 720-3520. Sponsors needed for Reindeer Dash 5K and Jingle B ell Walk: Br evard County Parks and R ecreation is now accepting sponsors for Reindeer Dash 5K and Jingle Bell Walk, to be held Saturday, Dec. 3 at 8 a.m. at Viera Regional Park, 2300 J udge Fran Jamieson Way, V iera. S ponsorships are $100 and include the sponsor name listed on the back of the race T -shirts and a vendor space. All vendor spaces are outdoors at the Viera Regional Park. S ponsor monies will benefit the Brevard County Parks & Recreation Program. The Reindeer Dash 5K & J ingle Bell Walk starts at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 3. The pre-registration fee (before Nov. 26) is $14 per r unner and $11 per walker. D ay of race registration is $18 per runner and $12 per walker. All children must be accompanied by an adult. T -shirts are guaranteed to the first 100 entrants. All activities are conducted and supervised by Brevard C ounty Parks and Recreation staff. P lease call (321)433-4891 for more information.SUNDAY, NOV. 6 Woof It Upat Riverfront Park: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6. Riverfront Park, C ocoa Village. The city of Cocoa and Breva rd C ounty Dog Training Club are hosting the sixth annual Woof It Up Sunday, Nov. 6 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Riverfront Park. A dmission is free. This event, for dog enthusiasts and the entire family, celebrates r esponsible dog ownership, so your wellmannered and v accinated family dog is welcomed on a 6-foot leash. Theres lots of fun, activities and entertainment for you and your dog. Y our dog can chase a mechanical lure, bob for apples, get microchipped, earn a Canine Good Citizen title and pose for a photo with S anta. Y ou can meet The breeds, watch agility, free style and r ally demonstrations and stop by tables for vendors, r escue groups and canine service organizations in the community, and take a chance on a raffle. Theres a bounce house for the kids and several fun contests, so be sure to bring your o wn camera, too. The goal of this day is to educate dog lovers and provide a fun day to enhance y our relationship with your canine family member. F or more information,visit www.cocoafl.org or call (321) 639-3500. Space Coast Freethought Association monthly meeting: 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6. M elbourne Public Library, 540 E. Fee Ave., Melbourne. This meeting will be recurr ing the first Sunday of every month. C ome meet fellow freethinkers in a casual atmosphere. F or more information or any questions, email tinascfta@yahoo.com. Spaghetti dinner at the club: noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6. Italian-American Club of South Brevard, 1471 C ypress Ave., Melbourne. The Italian-American Club is hosting a spaghetti and meatballs dinner on Sunday, Nov. 6 from noon to 5 p.m. D inner includes fresh garden salad Italian bread, choice of desserts and a complimentary beverage, plus live music by JR Sounds. Adv ance tickets are $8 for adults. Costs the door are $9 and $4 for children younger than 12 F or more information,call (321) 952-1693 or (321) 2428044. Historic Cocoa Village P layhouse hosts Under the Ha rv est Moonfundraiser at R ockledge Gardens: 5 p.m. S unday, Nov. 6. Rockledge Ga rd ens, U.S. Highway 1, R ockledge. The event will benefit the H istoric Cocoa Village Playhouse programs and initiatives for its 22nd season. The first fundraiser to be held at Rockledge Gardens, the event will include gourmet food from Carrabbas of M erritt Island, with live entertainment by the Cocoa Village P layhouse performers. E xtravagant silent auction items will be up for grabs, including a luxury Lake Tahoe private home for five nights, a seven-night stay in Idaho at T eton Springs Resort, along with a five-night stay at Sky V alley Golf Resort, Sky Valley, Ga. F or more information,email delores@cocoavillageplaywww.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 4, 2011 Melbourne B5 R omancing the StoveArlene Borg The Grammy Guruwww.HometownNewsOL.com R ecipes S tories Archives & More Save hundreds of dollars every week with coupons & discounts from our local advertisers! CIGARETTEDEPOT2595 W. NEW HAVEN(ACROSSFROMOLIVEGARDEN)WESTMELBOURNE, FL32904 No Chemical AdditivesIncluding:Marlboro, Lights, Camel, Winston, Kool, Newport, Salem and all others! Locator Line. Shopping Line321.727.8062 CalendarF rom page B4

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house.com, visit www.cocoavillageplayhouse.com or call (321) 6365050.MONDAY, NOV. 7 Yoga strength class offered: Br evard County Parks and R ecreation offers yoga strength classes 6-7 p.m. M ondays and Wednesdays and 9-10 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at Rodes Park C ommunity Center. The center is located inside the new Max K. Rodes Par k, 3410 Flanagan Ave., W est Melbourne. Y oga poses learned in this class will improve balance, flexibility and overall health and emotional well-being. Y oga Strength is taught by certified instructor, Cynthia R adcliffe. The fee for this class is $8 per class with multiple class discounts available. F or more information or to pre-register,please call the instructor,Cynthia,at (321) 952-2357 or the Rodes Park Community Center at (321) 952-3215. Novelist to speak: 7 p.m. M onday, Nov. 7. Eau Gallie P ublic Library, 1521 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne. T ina Matlock, native of pre-Castro Cuba and survivor of his revolution, will share her memories of those tumultuous times when she discusses her first novel, G uava and Cheese. W ith the current interest in easing relations with C uba, Ms. Matlocks program should be interestingly topical. The event is free and open to the public. F or more information,call (321) 255-4304,(321) 7239555 or email polly@seventen.com.TU ESDAY, NOV. 8 VNA no-cost blood pressure screenings: The Visiting Nurse Association is offering the following nocost blood pressure screenings: Tuesday, Nov. 8 (BP) 10:30 a.m. to noon, Wickham Senior Center, 2785 Leisure Way,Melbourne Thursday, Nov. 10 (BP/BS) 8-10 a.m., Ascension Manor, 2960 Pineapple Ave ., Melbourne Tuesday, Nov. 15 (BP/BS) 10 a.m. to noon, Sunflower Ho use, Merritt Square Mall, Su ite 201, 777 East Merritt I sland Causeway, Merritt I sland Thursday, Nov. 17 (BP) 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Daily Br ead, 815 East Ave, Melbourne The VNA of the Space C oast provides home healthcare services including Medicare-reimbursed home health aides; physical, speech, and occupational therapy; in-home companions; and personal transportation throughout the Space Coast. The nonprofit organization also provides commu-Reindeer Dash 5K sponsors neededBr evard County Parks and R ecreation is seeking sponsors for the Reindeer Dash 5K and Jingle Bell Walk to be held Saturday, Dec. 3 at 8 a.m. inside Viera Regional Par k. The park is located at 2300 Judge Fran Jamieson W ay in Viera. This is the first race of Br evard County Parks & R ecreationsRun Brevard r ace series. There will be 5 additional races held in var ious Brevard County Par ks through June 2012. There are four categories of sponsorships available, which include T-shirt sponsor, sleeve sponsor, race sponsor and series sponsor. T -shirt sponsors, for $100, will have their name printed on the back of each shirt for one race. S leeve sponsors, for $350, will have their logo printed on one sleeve of each shirt for one race, and will have their logo displayed on all posters for that race. F or $1,000, race sponsors will have their logo printed on each shirt between the shoulder blades for that r ace.They will also have a 3by 5-foot banner prominently displayed at the race and have their logo printed on all posters for that race. The series sponsor, for $5,000, will have their logo printed on the front of every race shirt for the entire series of six races. They will also have a 4by 6-foot banner posted prominently at every race in the series. Their logo will be on all race posters for the entire series, and they will be mentioned in all press releases and media. A dditionally, all levels of sponsorship will have any provided fliers, handouts or coupons placed in the goodie bags for each race participant. They will also be provided with booth space at each race sponsored. The Reindeer Dash 5K & J ingle Bell Walk starts at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 3. The pre-registration fee (before Nov. 26) is $14 per r unner and $11 per walker. D ay of race registration is $18 per runner and $12 per walker. All children must be accompanied by an adult. T -shirts are guaranteed to the first 100 entrants. Plaq ues and medals will be awarded, and door prizes will be drawn after the awards ceremony. All activities are conducted and supervised by Breva rd C ounty Parks and R ecreation staff. P lease call (321)433-4891 for more information. Mo re information on each r ace of the series can be found under the Run Breva rd 5K Series section at www.brevardparks.com/so uth.Health First Health Plans ranked No. 2 in FloridaH ealth First Health Plans is one of the highest-rated M edicare health insurance plans in Florida and in the nation, according to the N ational Committee for Q uality Assurance Medicare H ealth Insurance Plan Rankings, 2011-12. The health plan received a r anking of No. 2 in Florida and No. 22 in the nation for its Medicare plans, out of more than 403 Medicare health plans that were r eviewed. 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Managing IRA assests for retirees for 33 Y ears R etirement Income Planning and Retirement G AP Analysis Financial & Estate Planning Shouldnt Your Retirement Income Be Guaranteed For Life?Securities offered through Merrimac Corporate Securities, Inc. Member F INRA/SIPC. Atlantic Financial Advisors, a financial services company, not affiliated. FL LIC196288 Insurance products and guarantees backed by the credit worthiness of underlying company. Community notes Andy Stefanek/ staff photographerMelbourne High School players Callie Burklew and Gina Sciascia almost collide reaching for the return during their freshman volleyball game against Viera. The Lady Bulldogs won the first game, then lost the second game but came back to win the third game and the match against the Lady Hawks of Viera.Close call See NOTES, B7CalendarF rom page B5 See CALENDAR, B9 Baking With BenefitsThe recipe for success for Holy Trinity Episcopal Academys Cooking Club is as follows: plan, prepare, and serve your community. And that recipe will continue throughout the 2011-12 school year, as the club tackles one of its most important projects to date. The cooking club has been tasked with preparing nutritious and balanced meals for the 12 children and two caregivers at The Haven, a Brevard County shelter for children coming from abusive or neglectful home situations. In 2009, two Holy Trinity students who enjoyed baking w anted to create a forum to share and develop recipes. The Cooking Club was born. Thanks in part to the popularity of reality cooking shows, the club grew to include roughly 50 members. The clubs faculty sponsor, Ti ff any Sergis, said that in the first year, the club was asked to help several charities and events, including a fundraiser for the J. K yle Braid Leadership F oundation, dedicated to fostering leadership skills in teenagers. F rom there, the club developed a charitable undertone. This years primary project is The Havens Chef du Jour program, which will earn each cooking club member four community service hours. This club is something thats fun and services the community, Ms. Sergis said. The students really like it w hen they can help someone and share a favorite recipe. But The Haven is not the only project on the calendar. In December, the cooking club will team up with St. Katherines Greek Orthodox Church for a pastry sale. As for the rest of the school year, Ms. Sergis said, We will focus on specific charities that the students choose. Holy Trinity will be hosting upcoming open houses. The Upper Schools open house will be 2-4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5 at the Upper School campus, located at 5625 Holy Trinity Drive. The Lower Schools will be 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6 at 50 West Strawbridge Ave. in Melbourne.Hometown Newsnewsfp@hometownnewsol.comPhoto Courtesy of Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy

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F or more information,call (321) 434-4728 or email glor ia.fernandez@healthfirst.org.District complies with class sizeR eports produced, utilizing a district software program, indicate that Brevard P ublic Schools is 100 percent in compliance with the Class Size Amendment. The districts program, which was adjusted to run class size reports to mirror those that the state will use in its calculation, indicates that BPS has met the class size requirements for its 72,906 students. Associate superintendent of curriculum and instruction, Cyndi Van Meter, D ebra Pace, associate superintendent for human r esources, and the districts area superintendents and coordinators worked in conjunction with the office of educational technology, and the division of financial services to monitor district numbers. Their focus was to address class size issues and minimize disruptions to schools, teachers and students. The Class Size Amendment limits enrollment in core classes. There can be no more than 18 students in each class in pre-kindergarten through third grade, no more than 22 in fourththrough eighth-grades, and no more than 25 in grades nine through 12. F or more information,call (321) 633-1000,Ext.796,or email davis.christine@brevar dschools.org.Plaza Cleaners to donate services for Coats for KidsPla za Cleaners of 754 N. A pollo Blvd. in Melbourne has volunteered again this y ear to clean all the coats collected for the Coats for K ids drive at no charge. Last year, Plaza Cleaners cleaned approximately 1,200 coats that were distributed to needy Brevard C ounty schoolchildren. C oats will be ready for distribution Dec. 5-15. They can be picked up at the District Five Commission Office, located at 1515 Sar no Road, Melbourne. A ny questions can be directed to the District Five Commission Office at (321) 253-6611.Breast Friends raises $10,000 at annual charity eventBr east Friends of Florida r aised $10,000 at the Second Annual Bikers for Breasts Ride for the Girls, fundraiser held in October. W ith more than 500 riders, and 24 of Brevard Countys finest motorcycle officers escorting the group, the B ikers for Breasts Ride for the Girls, event began and ended at Geoff Bodines H onda of Melbourne. L unch was provided by R ed Lobster, with major sponsors including The B each, 98.5 Radio, Elgin H ooper and Sinclair Law, H olmes Regional Medical C enter Cancer Program office, Dr. M. J. Castellon, T epas Breast Center, S penser Pest Control, MAB Oncology, Dr. Lisa Duhaime, and Dr. Sumeet Chandra. F or more information on Br east Friends of Florida, visit www.breastfriends.com.Mens basketball league forming in W est MelbourneBr evard County South Area Parks and Recreation is currently forming an adult mens 18 and older basketball league at the Rodes Park C ommunity Center. The center is located inside the new Max K. Rodes Par k, 3410 Flanagan Ave., We st Melbourne. Ga mes will be played on W ednesday and Thursday evenings. The team fee is $345, which includes a 10-game r egular season and a singleelimination playoff tournament. All activities are conducted and supervised by Breva rd C ounty Parks and R ecreation staff. F or more information, please call the Rodes Park Community Center at (321) 952-3215.Humane Societys 2 012 Best Pets of Brevard calendar The Central Brevard H umane Society is sponsoring its 20th Anniversary 2012 Best Pets of Brevard C alendar. Gracing the cover are Mordecai & Bo, a kitten gently playing with his big furry friend. O ther features of the calendar include the In Loving M emory of pets that have died, Honorable Mentions, P aws of Distinction and special money saving coupons. C opies of the calendar are $10 each and can be purchased at the Central Breva rd H umane Society located at 1020 Cox Road in C ocoa, any of the four Molly M utt Thrift Shops, located in downtown Melbourne, Merr itt Island, Palm Bay and R ockledge, local veterinary offices and online at crittersavers.com. Pr oceeds from the sales of the calendars will help raise awareness and financial support for the thousands of unwanted and abandoned pets that visit the shelter each year, who need a safe and loving forever home. F or more information,contact the Central Brevard H umane Society at (321) 636-3343.Donations needed for Humane Societys thrift shopsThe Central Brevard H umane Societys four M olly Mutt Thrift Shops, located in downtown Melbourne, Merritt Island, P alm Bay and Rockledge are in need of donations. The donated items can be sofas (couches), dining sets, love seats, recliners, v anity sets, dresser drawers, beds (any size) with frames, headboards, dinette sets, ottomans, patio sets, sectionals, coffee and end tables and bedroom sets. F or more information, please contact the Central Br evard Humane Society at (321) 636-3343,Ext.203.University awarded Military Friendly School designation B arry University, which has continually supported military veterans and curr ent personnel looking to continue their education, has been recognized for this effort by G.I.Jobs, the premier magazine for military personnel transitioning into civilian life. The university, which has more than 20 sites across the state, including those in M elbourne and Cape C anaveral, is among the top 20 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools that are doing the most to embrace Americas military service members and veterans as students. F or more information,call (305) 899-3195 or visit www.barry.edu.Space Coast Area Tr ansit named 2011 Outstanding Transit S ystemS pace Coast Area Transit has received the 2011 Outstanding Public Transportation System Achievement Award for the state of F lorida, out of 32 transit systems in the state, by the F lorida Public Transportation Association. The annual Florida Public Tr ansportation Association organizational awards program recognizes excellence in the public transportation industry in the state of F lorida at the organization level, honoring a public transportation system that has demonstrated achievement in efficiency and effectiveness. D espite cuts in operating re venue, Space Coast Area Tr ansit was successful in increasing fixed route ridership each year by a double-digit percentage over the year prior. The criteria for the award also included achievements in safety, operations, customer service, financial management, attendance and employee costs, staff development, marketing, policy and administration, and community relations. F or more information, call (321) 635-7815.Brevard Community College names buildingAt a recent meeting of the Br evard Community College B oard of Trustees, Dr. Joe Lee Smith was honored in a very special way. The board unanimously agreed to formally name B uilding 7 on the Melbourne campus in his honor. The newly-renovated building is a multi-purpose facility that houses the computer lab, classrooms and a number of faculty offices. F or more than 40 years, Dr. S mith has been an advocate for students, faculty and staff, representing BCC on numerous community and civic boards. He is a native Floridian, www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 4, 2011 Melbourne B7 P alm Bay Shopping Center (Next to T.J. Maxx)(321) 984-1624Providing our clients with the dedication they deserve. Bring this Ad in for an additional5% WELLNESS & PREVENTION PRODUCTS AVAILABLE 2161 AURORA RD., MELBOURNE 321-421-6277BREVARDAIDTOANIMALS LOW COST SPAY/NEUTER VACCINATIONS PUPPY KITTEN PLANSV et Care Available Friday & Saturday W alk-Ins Welcome! COUPON Buy a 3 Pack Frontline $3900 Get 2 FREE Buy 2-3 Packs Frontline $7800 Get 3 FREE HOURS WEDNESDAYTHRUSATURDAY 8:00 AM 4:00 PM W alk In for VET CAREFri. & Sat. CLOCKMAKER CLOCKMAKERWEDOHOUSECALLS!Clock & Watch Repair Center Watch Batteries Installed(321)727-0640 536-4284Appointments Available 238 S. Wickham Rd. Melbourne M-F 9-5 Sat. 9-2 30 Y ears! $2000OFFANY CLOCK REPAIRSwith coupon Exp. 11/11/11Welcome BackSnowbirds! Metro WestShopping Plaza NECorner of Wickham & 192 behind Walgreens3016 West New Haven Ave. West Melbourne Friday Prime Rib 4-8pStarting at $999 $3.99HAMBURGER PLATTER! Roast Beef & Turkey Baked on Premises New York Style F amily Restaurant Homemade Food at Family PricesMonday: New Stuffed Peppers Meat Loaf T uesday: Roast Pork New Goulash &Potato Pancakes W ednesday: New Stuffed Cabbage Chicken Pot Pie Thursday: New Beef Tips over Noodles Shepard's Pie Friday: New Seafood with Lemon Sauce Prime Rib Reuben SandwichSUDOKU #41 Hours: Mon.Fri 7ampm Sat & Sun 7ampm321725-6855Introducing our "New Chefs" SpecialsSERVING DINNER 4-8PM MON-FRI Andy Stefanek/staff photographerMeadowlane Intermediate Elementary School student Bryn Kalvan, 10, of West Melbourne works his magic on the sand during the Brevard schools sand sculpting challenge at this years Second Annual Space Coast Sand Sculpting F estival, which took place at Space Coast Stadium in Viera. Area primary and secondary schools were judged on creativity when they took to the sand piles for the one-day sand sculpting competition.Shifting,shaping NotesF rom page B6 See NOTES, B9 YOUR LOCAL NEWS & INFORMATION SOURCE

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Fun With F abrics for adultsHa ve fun creating a design in fabric. No sewing is r equired in this introduction to quilting. Co st of each class is $30, plus a $10 supply fee, which includes all supplies. Classes are 1-4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, at the Art Gallery of Viera, 2271 Town Center Ave ., Viera. F or more information,call (321) 504-4343 or visit www.artgalleryofviera.com.Coal War exhibit at Cocoa VillageJ oin in 4-9 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, for a preview of Brick & Mortars new exhibition C oal War during the 20th Annual Historic Cocoa Village Gallery Walk. Par ticipants can start their trek under the stars at the Br ick & Mortars gallery, located at 643 Brevard Ave. in Melbourne and follow the trail of stars marking each stop to explore 19 different galleries in Cocoa Village. A dmission is free with r efreshments, live music, lively conversations, and art demonstrations throughout the evening. Each participant that visits all 19 galleries on their star map will be eligible to win art prizes and gifts. Br ick & Mortars exhibition C oal War will feature the work of visiting Kentucky artist Andrew Moore, who will be present during the evening. Y ou are invited to a sneak peak ofthese energetic landscapes with socially active themes. Br ick & Mortar is at 643 Br evard Ave., Cocoa. F or more information, please contact Lindsay K olsch at (850) 766-6958.Under the Harvest Moon fundraiserH istoric Cocoa Village P layhouse is hosting the U nder the Harvest Moon fundraiser at Rockledge Gardens. The event will benefit the Historic Cocoa Village P layhouse programs and initiatives for the 22nd season. U nder the Harvest Moon will be at 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6, at Rockledge Gardens, U.S. Highway 1, Rockledge. The first fundraiser to be held at Rockledge Gardens, the event will include gourmet food from Carrabbas of M erritt Island with live entertainment by the Cocoa V illage Playhouse performers. S ilent auction items will be up for grabs, including a luxury Lake Tahoe private home for five nights, a seven-night stay in Idaho at T eton Springs Resort, along with a five night stay at Sky Va lley Golf Resort, Sky Valley, Ga. S ponsorships are available at $300, $500 and $1,000, with individual tickets starting at $75. F or more information, email delores@cocoavillageplayhouse.com or visit www.cocoavillageplayhouse.com. To contact the box office,call (321) 6365050.Surfside Players host auditions for GreaseHe re is Rydell Highs senior class of 1959: duck-tailed, hot-rodding T-Birds and their gum-snapping, hipshaking Pink Ladies in bobby socks and pedal pushers, evoking the look and sound of the 1950s in this rollicking musical. H ead greaser Danny Z uko and new (good) girl S andy Dumbrowski try to r elive the high romance of their summer nights as the r est of the gang sings and dances its way through such songs as Greased Lightnin, I t s Raining on Prom Night and Alone at the Drive-In Movie, recalling the music of Buddy Holly, Little Richard and Elvis Presley that became the soundtrack of a generation. An eight-year run on Br oadway and two subsequent revivals, along with innumerable school and community productions, place this among the worlds most popular musicals. And now it is coming to Sur fside Players. There will be open auditions Sunday and Monday, Nov. 6-7, at 7 p.m. for Gr ease, the original high school musical, by Jim J acobs and Warren Casey. The director and choreogr apher is Christopher D. K irby, artistic director of the R enaissance Academy of Per forming Arts and Dance in Cocoa, who choreographed Surfsides acclaimed production of Cats last season. Pr oduction dates will be J an. 20 through Feb. 5, with option to extend to Feb. 12. Sur fside is looking for a cast of around 25, at least nine women and nine men, mostly in their teens and 20s with a few supporting roles for older actors. All auditioners must be in high school or older. In addition, auditioners younger than 18 must have audition forms signed by a parent or guardian giving consent. This is the original version, not the cleaned-up school version, and it contains strong language. A uditions will consist of script readings, solo and group singing and learning a short dance number. P lease prepare an audition piece if you are able either sheet music for piano or a karaoke track on CD of a song you love and enjoy singing. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes. Sur fside Playhouse is located at Highway A1A and Fifth Str eet South, Cocoa Beach. F or more information,call (321) 783-3127 or visit www.surfsideplayers.com.Creative card-making workshops at Art Gallery of VieraLearn quick, fun and easy techniques in a relaxed setting to create quality cards and/or gifts. B eautiful, quality materials, including cardstock, decorative papers, stamps, inks, embossing products, die cuts and accessories are included in the price of the class. Fees are payable in advance of the class. Classes are Mondays, Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Art Gallery of V iera, next to Old Navy, 2271 To wn Center Ave., Space 400, V iera. Co st is $12 per class. F or reservations,call (321) 773-009 or (321) 961-2350 or email r eenathan@bellsouth.net.Beginning watercolor classA beginning watercolor class is being offered at Art G allery of Viera. No artistic talent is needed. Y ou can learn watercolor in this fun, stress-free class, taught by award-winning artist Bobbi Q. Brown. All the skills you need to become an accomplished watercolor artist will be covered in a fun and supportive environment. Tr y your first class free. Classes will be taught 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesdays at the Art Gallery of Viera at The Avenue. P lease contact Bobbi Q.at B obbiQBrown@hotmail.com or (321) 536-7773 to pre-register. Cost is $20 per 3-hour class. A supply list will be provided.Jewelry making in VieraLearn the basics of making jewelry in time for holiday gifting. Dont be intimidated by crimp beads, jump rings, tiger tail and findings. All materials are provided to make earrings and a necklace for $30. Class will be offered 10 a.m. to noon, Thursday, Nov. 10, or 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 17. The Art Gallery at Viera is at 2271 Town Center Ave. Suite 101, Viera. To enroll,call Beverly Morgan at (321) 507-4022 or the Ar t Gallery of Viera at (321) 504-4343.Life drawing with live modelDr awing from the human figure has been used by artists for centuries. This dynamic subject matter will improve your drawing skills in a way that no others can. This class will help demystify the figure and improve observational and technical skills. Mo re advanced drawers can hone existing skills and will be encouraged to develop your personal visual language. The class is at Indian Harbour Beach Recreation Center, 1233 Yacht Club Blvd., In dian Harbour Beach, T uesdays 9.30 a.m. to noon, Tu esdays, Nov. 15 through Dec. 20. C ost is $75 (for six weeks, which includes model fee). C ontact Paula Steere for more information and to re gister (required, as numbers are very limited). C all (321) 917-3236 or email steerepj2@aol.com.Call for miniature artistsThe Art & Antique Studio and Gallery at 1419 Highland Ave ., Melbourne is looking for extraordinarily talented artists in the field of miniature art for its Third Annual Art in Miniature Show. This is a juried show, will ru n Dec. 2-30. D eadline for receipt of hand-delivered entries is Nov. 11. Mailed entries must be received by Nov. 18. Complete information and prospectus is available at artandantiquestudio.com. F or more information, email susan@jsusancolestone.com or call (401) 5964266.Holidays with DinoThis is nostalgia and a funloving tribute to Dean Martin, starring Alfie Silva. H oliday with Dino show dates are 8 p.m. Fridays, Dec. 9, 16, 23 and 30; 8 p.m. Saturdays, Dec. 10 and 17; and 2 p .m. Sundays, Dec. 11 and 18, with special performances at 8 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 21 and 22, 2 p .m. Saturday, Dec. 24 and 9 p .m. Saturday, Dec. 31. The event will be directed by P eg Girard and musical direction by Alfie Silva. The Melbourne Civic Theatre is at LeGallerie Plaza, 817 E. Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne F or more information,call M elbourne Civic Theatre at (321) 723-6935. F riday, November 4, 2011 B8 MelbourneHometown News Answers located in Classified Section Dental Insurance W elcomeMon-Tue-Thu 7:30-5:30 W ed 12:30-7:30723-0938917 S. Wickham Rd. W. 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nity wellness services. F or more information about VNA services,call (772) 567-5551 or visit www.vnatc.com.THUR SDA Y, NOV. 10 Grandparents Raising Gr andchildren of Brevard: Nov. 10: Grandparents R aising Grandchildren S upport Group meeting 10 a.m.Club Esteem, 3316 S. Monroe St.,Melbourne Nov. 15: Grandparents R aising Grandchildren S upport Group meeting 9:30 a.m.The Monroe Center, 705 Blake Ave., Bldg. D, C ocoa. Nov. 17: Grandparents R aising Grandchildren S upport Group meeting 6:30 p.m.Memaws Restaur ant,4916 Babcock St. N.E., P alm Bay.. F or information or emergency assistance,please call (321) 631-7776. Air Force Security For ces Association meeting: 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 10. Tides Club, Patrick Air Force Base, Brevard C ounty. The Space Coast Chapter of the Air Force Security For ces Association, a world-wide organization, meets every second Thursday of each month at 11:30 a.m. The organization is made up of professional active duty security forces, past security police and air police members, who all form the bond of the blue beret. Y ou do not need to be a member to attend the meetings; however membership is encouraged, and y ou are more than welcome to bring a guest. F or more information, call (321) 243-8919 or email twhitlock@cfl.rr.com.UPCOMING EVE NTS Free zoo admission to v eterans: Fr iday through S unday, Nov. 11-13. Breva rd Zo o, 8225 N. Wickham R oad, Melbourne. Br evard Zoo, in honor of V eterans Day, will offer free admission to military veterans and active-duty service members Friday through Sunday, Nov. 1113. V eterans Weekend is sponsored by Harris Corporation. The zoo will also Editors note: If the information below is incorrect or no longer valid,please contact H ometown News at (321) 242-1013. Adult Children Caring for Parents: 5:30-6:30 p.m. first Thursdays. 4676 N. W ickham Road, Melbourne. C all (321) 2534430. All Caregivers support group: 1-2:30 p.m. Thursdays. Brevard Alzheimers F oundation, 4676 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. C all (321) 253-4430. Care for the Caregiver: 2-3:30 p.m. Tuesdays. One S enior Place, 8085 Spyglass H ill Road, Viera. C all (321) 752-2534,or visit www.oneseniorplace.com. Caregiver support groups: 10:30-11:30 Tuesdays and 11:00 a.m. to noon Thursdays. Leezas P lace, 3661 S. Babcock St., M elbourne. C all (321) 9517118. Compassionate Fr iends: 7 p.m. third Tuesdays. Courtyard by Marr iott, 2101 W. New Haven Ave ., Melbourne. C all (321) 610-7875. Dementia care tutorials: 3-5 p.m. third Thursdays. Brevard Alzheimers F oundation, 4676 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. C all (321) 253-4430. Divorce Recovery: 7-9 p .m. Tuesdays. East Minster Presbyterian Church, 109 N. Riverside Ave., Indialantic. C all (321) 302-0717 or visit www.divorceandrecovery.org. Family Memories: 1:303:30 Thursdays. Leezas P lace, 3661 S. Babcock St., M elbourne. C all (321) 9517118. Fibromyalgia support group: 11:30 a.m. third Tu esdays. Meets for lunch at various restaurants in the Melbourne area. C all (321) 729-9563. Fr iend of Friends support group: 7 p.m. first Tu esdays. Holmes Regional M edical Center Cancer Pr ogram Office, 1350 S. H ickory St., Melbourne. C all (321) 434-8615. Good Grief Breakfast Club: 9-10:30 a.m. first and third Thursdays. Bob Evans R estaurant, 895 Palm Bay R oad, West Melbourne. C all (321) 751-6671. Legacy Harbor Caregiver support group: 10-11:30 a.m. second and fourth Thursday. One Senior P lace, 8085 Spyglass Hill R oad, Viera. C all (321) 2536320. Live L ife Now: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. fourth Tuesdays. Holmes Regional M edical Center Cancer Pr ogram Office, 1350 S. H ickory St., Melbourne. C all (321) 434-8615. Living With Loss innov ative hospice: 2-3:30 p.m. second and fourth Tuesdays. One Senior Place, 8085 Spyglass Hill Road, V iera. C all (321) 751-6671. Lymphedema support group: 6:30 p.m. second Thursdays. Call for location. C all (321) 752-1500. Mended Hearts Chapter 264: 12:30 p.m. second S aturdays. Auditorium at H olmes Regional Medical C enter, Melbourne. C all (321) 254-7218. Men Only support group: 9:30-11 a.m. Mondays. Brevard Alzheimers F oundation, 4676 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. C all (321) 253-4430. Never Alone: 7 p.m. M ondays for singles. Peace L utheran Church of Palm Ba y, 1801 Port Malabar Blv d., Palm Bay. C all (321) 727-3131. New Beginnings:Journey from grief to new life: 10-11:30 a.m. first and third Mondays. Franklin De Groodt Library, 6475 M inton Road, Palm Bay. C all (321) 751-6671. Parkinsons Support Gr oup of Brevard: 1:30 p .m. fourth Thursdays. Eau G allie Library, 1521 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 7510444. Recovery,Inc.: 10 a.m. to noon Fridays. His Place M inistries, U.S. 1 at Strawbridge Ave., and 7:30 p.m. M ondays at 268 Babcock R oad, Melbourne. C all (321) 722-2738. Safe Place support group: 10 a.m. first and third Thursdays. West Melbourne Library, 2755 W ingate Blvd., West Melbourne. C all (321) 2532222. Safe Place Evenings: 6 p .m. third Thursdays. W uesthoff Hospice, 8060 Sp yglass Hill Road, Viera. C all (321) 253-2222. Sit & Fit Exercise: 2-3 p .m. Wednesdays. Leezas P lace, 3661 S. Babcock St., M elbourne. C all (321) 9517118. Survivors of Suicide support group: 6 p.m. second Thursdays. Wuesthoff H ospice, 8060 Spyglass Hill R oad, Viera. C all (321) 2532222. Taking off pounds sensibly: 9:30-11 a.m. Tuesdays, One Senior Place, 8085 Spyglass Hill Road, V iera. C all (321) 259-7557. born in Cocoa, and a graduate of Monroe H igh School. He graduated from Florida A&M University with both a bachelors and masters degree in education. He earned the rank 1-A educational specialist degree and doctorate of education in administration and supervision. F or more information,call (321) 4337022 or email sparlings@brevardcc.edu.Thousands put on pink bras in BrevardA pproximately 8,000 Brevard County r esidents, breast cancer survivors and business and community members joined together and put on pink bras at the American Cancer Societys Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5k Walk to Fight Br east Cancer event to provide hope to all people facing the disease. This non-competitive, fundraising event united the community in celebrating breast cancer survivors, educated men and women about the importance of early detection and prevention and raised money to fund lifesaving research and support programs that will further the progress against this disease. This years inaugural Put On Your Pink Br a campaign empowered walkers to w ear pink bras in support of the fight against breast cancer. Br evard County walkers accepted the challenge, decorating their bras with everything from lace to glitter to feathers. This year, Brevard Countys Making St ri des Against Breast Cancer event was one of 27 held across the state. S ponsors of this years Making Strides event include: Lexus of Melbourne, The Av enue Viera, VITAS Innovative Hospice Ca re, Wuesthoff, Coca Cola, Charm Magazine, United Space Alliance and more. It s not too late to make donations to Breva rd C ountys Making Strides Against Br east Cancer. V isit www.putonyourpinkbra.com/brevard to help the society continue making strides and saving lives. F or more information about breast cancer,contact the American Cancer Society at (800) 227-2345 or visit www.cancer.org. Wo mens golf finishes 1 2th at Flagler Fall SlamF lorida Tech closed out the Flagler Fall S lam recently in 12th place with a twor ound total of 664 at the par-72 Marsh Cr eek Country Club. Over the final 18 holes, the Panthers combined to shoot a 333. L ynn hung on to first place by turning in a 41-over-par 617. Carson-Newman leaped Barry for second place with a 12ov er 300 in round two to finish at 43ov er. Barry, however, still placed among the top three at 48-over. J essica Hook was the top Panther finisher, tying for 35th following an 82 in the last round (163). R achel Polson accumulated one more stroke than Ms. Hook in the last frame to tie for 45th (165). Kar isma Smith dropped three strokes from day one, shooting an 82 to tie for 52nd (167). Ja ra Templet jotted down an 86 and tied for 59th (169), and Chantelle Peddycord wrapped up the tournament with a 105. The Panthers will now rest up and prepare for the spring season, scheduled to begin in February. F or more information and final results, visit www.floridatechsports.com/media/2011 -12/wgolf/stats/FlaglerFallSlamRd2.pdf .New spay/neuter program available to low-income residentsBr evard County Animal Services & Enforcement and the Central Brevard H umane Society have partnered together to provide a new grant-funded program to low-income residents of Brevard C ounty that will enable them to have their feline(s) spayed or neutered for $20, which includes physical examination and spay/neuter surgery, per animal with a maximum of four per household. R abies vaccine is required for age appropriate felines, prior to surgery. This new program was made possible through sales of the Official Florida Animal Friend Spay and Neuter license plate. To take part in this program, complete the Brevard County Spay/Neuter Application online at www.brevardanimalservices.com or www.crittersavers.com. Ad ditional copies will be available at the Brevard County Health Department, the Housing Authority for Brevard County, Central Brevard Humane Societys S helter and Spay/Neuter & Wellness Clinic (both located in Cocoa), Molly Mutt Thrifts Shops in Melbourne, Merritt I sland, Palm Bay and Rockledge, and the Nor th Animal Care Center and the South Animal Care Center. Once the application has been completed, mail along with the documentation of eligibility and a copy of your valid drivers license or state-issued identification card to: Brevard County Animal Services & Enforcement, 2725 Judge Fran Jamieson Wa y, B uilding A, Viera, FL32940. F or more information about the program,contact Brevard County Animal Services and Enforcement at (321) 633-2024 or the Central Brevard Humane Society at (321) 636-3343. For Hometown News www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, November 4, 2011 Melbourne B9 7032 Stadium Pkwy, Viera504-7776 Crown Card Membership"Just $99 For One Year!" The Most Exceptional Value in Golf! Enjoy These Exclusive Crown C ard Benefits and Much, Much More! Receive the best green fee pricing year round GUARANTEED up to 20%Off! USGAAnnual Handicap Service Complimentary size upgrade on range balls OR$100 off annual range membershipJoin today ... www.durangolf.com or visit thePro Shop As much golf as I watch, I am constantly amazed at how often Tour professionals are disqualified or penalized for breaking a simple rule that almost anyone, especially someone playing this game for a living, should know. How many rules do we break over the course of a casual round? I thought about this on Saturday as I played with my son and a couple friends. As I paid close attention to myself and my partners, I found several. I sat down and condensed my list into a half-dozen United States Golf Association rules that someone in just about every group breaks during a r ound. At the risk of sounding like my father, Id like to r emind golfers that we are expected to know the rules and play by them. No 6: Rule 7-2: A player must not make a practice stroke during a round (a practice stroke is different than a practice swing). How many of us hit a poor chip or miss a 2-foot par putt and try the shot again just to assure ourselves that we can make the shot? P enalize yourself two strokes in medal play or loss of hole in match. No 5: Rule 8-1: During a r ound, a player must not: (a) give advice to anyone in the competition playing on the course other than the players partner; (b) ask for advice from anyone other than the players partner or either of their caddies. How often do we ask someone in our group what club they just hit? How about asking for a yardage or if they think you can hit the ball over a bunker or ov er the water? Sorry, were not supposed to do that. A dd another two shots or loss of the hole. No 4: Rule 4-4: The player must start a round with not more than 14 clubs. He/she is limited to the clubs thus selected for that round except if the player started with fewer than 14 clubs, the player may add any number of clubs provided the total number does not exceed 14. If I had a nickel for every time I have played with an extra driver, hybrid or putter, I could afford a few extra gallons of gasoline. We all know this rule, but break it because were trying out a new club or we borrow a club from someone in our group to hit a shot or try it out. Add two strokes for every hole played with more than 14 clubs, up to four strokes maximum. You lose every hole played, up to a maximum of two in match play. No 3: Rule 27-1: If a ball is lost or out-of-bounds, a player must play a ball, under penalty of one stroke, as nearly as possible to the spot from which the original ball was last played. M any of us lose balls this way and simply drop one near the spot we feel it went into the woods or out-ofbounds. Usually its done to avoid slowing play. No one wants to go back to the tee and excuse ourselves with the group waiting to hit just so we can correctly play our next shot. True, the rule may seem a little unfair, but the r ule is what it is and in most competitions you will find y ourself disqualified for failing to play your next shot properly. If youre not, its a two-stroke penalty or loss of the hole. No 2: Rule 13-1: The ball must be played as it lies. This is quite possibly the most broken rule of all. M any times over the course of a round players will roll their ball out of a divot, onto a better patch of grass or set it up a little in the r ough. Were not pros, why shouldnt we have a good lie? Chances are we wont take advantage of it and hit a good shot anyway. P enalize yourself two shots or loss of hole and move along. F inally, the No. 1 rule broken on the golf course: R ule 1-3: Players must not agree to exclude the operation of any rule or to waive any penalty incurred. As friendly as we are, we cannot agree that everyone gets a mulligan on the first tee, or a mulligan on each side. We cannot allow giveme putts or do-overs. Not even if everyone agrees to it. If you do, head to the 19th hole and drown your sorrows, because youre all disqualified. There you have it. Just a few things to think about the next time youre smacking that small, white sphere around. Then again, why shouldnt we have fun playing this game? After all, arent rules meant to be broken? 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. Golf rules are really not meant to be broken GOLFJAMES STAM MER Support Groups NotesF rom page B7 CalendarF rom page B6 See CALENDAR, B10

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T he concert will be at the pavilions on Coconut Point, located on the south side of Sebastian Inlet, over looking the water. T he Friends of Sebastian Inlet State Park will host the Night Sounds at Sebastian Inlet State Park Concert Series. T he concert is free with regular park entry fees. Sebastian Inlet State Park is at 9700 S. Highway A1A, Melbourne Beach. F or more information about T ammerlin, visit www.tammerlin.com F or concert information, call (321)984-4852 or visit www.floridastateparks.org/seb astianinlet.provide free admission to spouses in the event the active-duty service member is currently deployed overseas. Pr oof of military service is r equired. Accepted forms include U.S. Uniform Services Card (active/reserve/retired), C urrent Leave and Earning S tatement, Veteran Identification card, Veterans Organization Card (American Legion, VFW, etc.), a photograph in uniform, wearing a uniform, or a DD214. F or more information, please call (321) 254.9453. The Art of the Horse: 610 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11. Frits V an Eeden Gallery next to M eg OMalleys in Melbourne. C o-hosted by Melbournes o wn Frits Van Eeden, this event will be held Friday night, Nov. 11, 6 p.m. to 10 p .m. O pen to the public, the show features art by horses, as well as by Van Eeden. All work shown is for sale, and proceeds benefit the W ild Horse Rescue Center in M ims. The free event, held at the Fr its Van Eeden Gallery next to Meg OMalleys, is South Br evards chance to find out about the plight of the American mustang and celebrate the independence and intelligence of these endangered animals. R efreshments will be served, and there will be a silent auction for a painting by V an Eeden. Car ol Evans Poynter, a F lorida native, Eau Gallie H igh School graduate and long-time equine lover, is hosting the event, along with Van Eeden and Diane D elano, president of the W ild Horse Rescue Center. F or more information, email carol@mdyoga.com, or call (321) 733-7594. Singer/songwriter application deadline: S aturday, Nov. 12. A pplications must be r eceived by Nov. 12 for the F ifth Amateur Annual Si nger/Songwriter Contest, to be held Saturday, Dec. 3, 13 p.m. at Cocoa Beach Library. The library considers an amateur a non-professional musician who does not perform for a fee. The contest is limited to 10 contestants. Professional singer/songwriters will judge the contest. There will also be a peoples choice ballot. Pick up an application in the lobby or download one from www.cocoabeachpubliclibrary.org Pr izes include an hours r ecording time at a professional studio, opportunity to be a lead-in singer for one of the librarys Sunday concerts, and songwriting books. The facilitator of the event is singer/songwriter Amy L ucey. F or more information,call (321) 868-1104. Space Coast Volunteers In M edicine Golf Tournament: 11:30 a.m. Friday, Dec. 2. Baytree National Golf Links, 8207 National Drive, M elbourne. 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Brevard County November 2011Retired Army Corps of Engineers officer keeping her hand in militaryP age 5A history of service continues P age 24F ormer Tuskegee airmen teaching Y oung Eagles to soar

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2November 2011FOREVER YOU NG Oaklawn Memorial Gardens2116 Garden St.,Titusville FL 32796 Ground Burial ~ Mausoleum Cremation ~ MemorializationT ogether ForeverFREE LUNCHEON SEMINAR Call for Reservations Now! North Brevard Funeral Home & Crematory 1450 Norwood Ave.,Titusville FL 32796Funeral ~ Cremation ~ Preplanning Information on advanced preplanning. Preplanning freezes your cost FOREVER, pre-need planning can save you $1000s. Expressed Wishes Planning Portfolio Free Cemetery and Funeral Cost Planning and Estimates.Since 1973, we have treated our customers like neighbors; because they are.Placing personal decisions in your hands 321-267-8751Do this together,dont leave it for family BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWS

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3BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG Circulation Inquiries: 1-866-913-6397 or circulation@hometownnewsol.comVo ted No. 1 Community Newspaper in America by the Association of Free Community Papers. Advertising Consultants Emily Eby, Georgia Gannon, Sherry Oliver, John Stoerback, Kim Pierce, Cynthia Prindle, Chuck StephensonPhone (321) 242-1013 F ax (321) 242-1281Classified (321) 242-0442Inside Sales Consultants Carol Deprey-Zelenak, Anna Vasquez, Debra SchroerBrevard CountyPublished monthly by Hometown News, L.C., 1102 South U.S. 1, Fort Pierce, FL 34950 Copyright 2011, Hometown News L.C.Steven E. Erlanger Publisher and C.O.O. Ve rnon D.Smith Managing Partner Lee Mooty General Manager Phil Galdys VP/Director of Operations T ammy Raits VP/Managing EditorAssociate News Editor Shelley Koppel Photographer Andy Stefanek Major Accounts Manager Carl Guffin Advertising Sales Managers T erry Hart, Dale Rhodelander P roduction Manager Mercedes L. Paquette Editorial Page Design MeganSchumacher Graphic Designers Stephanie Stevenson, Karen Wood, Eric Macon, Sue Moye, Rita Zeblin National Accounts Manager Michele E. Muccigrosso Inside Sales Director P at Snyder Retired Air Force Staff Sgt. Bob Marconti, 62, of Melbourne Beach is still serving his country by working through the organization, United States V eterans for National Security. Their patriotic volunteers lend assistance to the Brevard Sheriffs Office, Melbourne and Palm Bay police departments during natural or man-made disasters with organized and trained veterans easily distinguished in their uniforms. Before joining the Air Force, Mr. Marconti served in Vietnam with the Army.Andy Stefanek staff photographer CALEND AR F riday, November 4Brevard Fall Festival Br evard Fall Festival is scheduled for Friday, Nov 4 from 10 a.m. to 1 p .m. at the Eau Gallie Civic Center located at 1551 Highland Ave. in M elbourne. Non-profit organizations, public agencies, health care providers and senior service organizations are coming together to provide information to benefit Brevard C ountys communities. The event is free and open to everyone. The purpose of the event is to increase awareness of the availability of public services. Information booths will be set up to provide information about valuable services in the community. Ev erything will be free for the entire community, including lunch and door prizes. F or additional information and to r eserve your lunch,please contact L inking Solutions,Inc.at (866) 8997106.Saturday, November 5Suzy Greene Charity Golf Tournament The seventh annual Suzy Greene Golf Tournament to benefit Breast Ca ncer Research will be held on Nov. 5th at the Habitat at Valkaria. The format is a four person scramble with an 8 a.m. shotgun start. The cost is $65 per player, which includes green fees, cart, r ange balls, lunch and prizes. All proceeds will be donated to the Br east Cancer Research Foundation in memory of Suzy Greene. Ms Greene who died of Breast Cancer in O ctober 2004 at age 59, was an avid golfer who loved sports and Disney. Fo r information,call (321) 951-0604 Bonsai Exhibit at Brevard Zoo Br evard Zoo will host a special bonsai show for visitors Saturday and Sunday, November 5 and 6 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the NyamiSee CALENDAR, 11 On the cover Close OutsHARDWOOD FLOORINGWhile Supplies LastClose Outs FOUR STARFLOORING"John Chetta", OwnerFOUR STARFLOORING"John Chetta", OwnerOPEN: Mon. Sat. 9am 6pm OPEN: Mon. Sat. 9am 6pm30 Yr. Experience Licensed &Insured 30 Yr. Experience Licensed &Insured401 Cross Road, Cocoa, FL 401 Cross Road, Cocoa, FL(321) 634-5419(321) 634-5419 STOPBYTOCHECK OUR NEW ARRIVALSSTOP BYY our FullService Flooring Store Laminate Carpet Tile Vinyl Hardwood Laminate Carpet Tile Vinyl HardwoodFREE ESTIMATES ESTATEPLANNING BOOKLETHow To:Maintain Control, A void Probate, Conflicts, Taxes Plan for Health &Financial NeedsUsing:T rusts, Powers of Attorney, Health Care Surrogates By Attorney TRUMANSCARBOROUGH239 Harrison St., Titusville, FLComplimentary Copy Phone321-267-4770

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4BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG This month, Forever Y oung focuses on those who serve their country and their community By Shelley KoppelAssociate News Editor Ser vice is important in this months salute to Vets and Volunteers. In this issue, we honor two important groups in our community for whom service is a b yword. V eterans have fought in wars near and far to keep us safe and free. Volunteers serve to improve our communities and the quality of life for many of our neighbors who need a helping hand. In many cases, the volunteers featured are also veterans who still want to give back to their communities. There are many ways to volunteer. S ome people, such as those volunteering for Meals on Wheels and the G uardian ad Litem program, work directly with clients. Others work in thrift shops or in the organization office, keeping things going. Their work is just as important. V olunteers need to find that job that meshes with time constraints and comfort levels so that they will want to continue. Many of the volunteers featured in these pages have been volunteering for the same organization for more than 10 years. Its difficult to tell who has benefited more: the organization from their skills and help or the volunteers, from the intangible rewards they find in service. It is fascinating to see the range of volunteer opportunities available in our area. People work with animals, with children, with adults or behindthe-scenes. It doesnt matter. For each, there is satisfaction in being part of something bigger than themselves, of giving of themselves and of helping others. S ome of the veterans profiled volunteered to serve and some were drafted. All, however, consider service to their country an honor. Many had experiences they are reluctant to talk about, but they are not reluctant to discuss duty and responsibility. It was a pleasure and a privilege to interview everyone featured on these pages. They are truly gifts that keep on giving.

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5November 2011FOREVER YOU NG Tr ail-blazing veteran preserves legacies MELBOURNE Amicitia Maloon-Gibson has a keen sense of military history. When she retired from Army Corps of Engineers as a lieutenant colonel, she was one of only a few African-American women to achieve that rank. It was especially unusual as the engineers were known as a male bastion. Now she works to preserve the legacy of two groups important to the nations history: the Tuskegee Airmen and the Womens Army C orps. Ms. Maloon-Gibson comes from S t. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin I slands. She enlisted in the Army in 1975 under a delayed entry program because she was not old enough and her father would not give his permission. S he went to college for a year, but a month after her 18th birthday, she entered the service. M y dad wanted me to finish college, but I wanted to join because I wanted to save Gomer Pyle, she said, tongue in cheek. He was so dumb. My grandmother and aunties were well-known educators on the island. I didnt want to do that. My dad was a retired police officer. I had a passion for the military. S he began her training as a priv ate in the Womens Army Corps. At that time, women and men did not train together. She graduated at the By Shelley KoppelAssociate News Editor See LEGACIES, Page 9 CLAUDINE MOGGREALTOR1999 Londontown Lane, Titusville, FL 32796321-267-1445Cellular: 321-536-7766 claudinemogg@me.com Golf 1, Inc. Fr ee Consultation (321) 427-6531Considering an Estate Sale? Whether you are downsizing y our living situation or assisting a loved one during a life transition, Southern Trading Company works with you to get y ou the best results. WE ARE NOW BUYING:Costume Jewelry Scrap Gold Art Coins Collectibles Antiques, Furniture, Etc.ESTATE SALES SENIOR DOWNSIZELic./Bonded 1 Item/Whole House Chamber of Commerce MemberEstate Sales by Southern Trading Co. Jim SearsFurniture & Mattress GalleriesFlorida Style Furniture for Every Room in Your Home 60 E. Merritt Island Causeway Merritt Island, FL 459-3711 245 W. Cocoa Beach Causeway Cocoa Beach, FL 868-5554 3905 S. U.S. 1 Rockledge, FL 637-3385Brevards Mattress Headquarters Queen Pillow Top Set Queen Wall Bed$24800$24800 $300 OFF $300 OFFReg. $399 Adjustable BedsW/Memory Foam Mattress$89800$89800Reg. $1200 Reg. $1948Solid WoodBR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWS

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MELBOURNE If youve seen a photo in H ometown News of the S pace Coast Symphony Orchestra, M elbourne Community Orchestra, C ommunity Band of Brevard or the Br evard Community Chorus, youve seen the work of Tom Saam. U sing the credit EauGalliePhoto.com, Mr. Saam gives back to the community by taking photos of local arts groups to use in promoting their organizations. P hotography has always been a passion for Mr. Saam, an engineer by profession. Ive loved it since I was a kid, he said. I had a darkroom and as a teenager, I did photography for the school paper. I worked at a local paper in Michigan. Id get a call from the photographer at the paper to cover a story. It was an after-school job. Mr. Saam studied engineering in college, but never lost his passion for photography. I v e always been a photojournalist, he said. I thought of making it my career. Engineering, though, was my calling. Engineers are frustrated artists. Mr. Saam bought a digital camera when his children went to school. They each played in the Eau G allie High School Band. I did some volunteer work for the band, he said. Tom Singletary, the director, engaged me to take photos and it was a lot of fun. I posted them online so families could download them and share. H is children graduated from the high school, but Mr. Singletary introduced him to other musical organizations in the area. I m a music lover, he said. When I can find the time, I go to a concert and hear the music. I have the luxury of moving around and seeing the performance from all angles. If it also promotes the wellbeing of the organization, thats a good thing. I t s entertaining to see what kind of creativity lives in our community. I love seeing the range of ages in the C ommunity Band of Brevard. There are teenagers playing with 90-yearolds. Its great to see that. Mr. Saam said that there are some adjustments in photographing live performances. Theater lighting is challenging, he said. Its not bright or directed where you want it to be. I use a z oom lens that allows you get fairly close in low light conditions. We dont use flashes during the performance because we dont want to disturb the audience or the performers. The photographer has to be invisible. Mr. Saam noted that technology has changed a great deal since those days in his Michigan darkroom. N ow its a digital darkroom, he said. Its a tremendous improvement. Youre not sloshing chemicals around. The reality is that its easier, faster, cleaner and a lot less hazardous. You can take as many pictures as you want and you dont have to worry about the roll running out. The downside is that you take so many more pictures, that you have to take time to delete them. F or Mr. Saam, getting involved with his volunteer photography was an outgrowth of his love for music and kids. His children, now in college, both continue to play in school ensembles. Mr. Saam intends to continue volunteering, but he has long list of other things hed love to do when he retires some day. For now, helping the arts prosper is its own r eward.6BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG Photographer makes volunteering a snapBy Shelley KoppelAssociate News Editor R evive,Relax,RenewM assage Therapy by Amanda Lewis,LMT (321) 674-9900www.amandalewislmt.com Lic.ma42798/mm32798Located in Historic Downtown Melbourne 1900 S.Harbor City Blvd.,Melbourne,FL,32901H elping People with Chronic Pain and Stress. 1 Hour Massages Starting at $40.00 $5.00 OFF(Must Present Forever Young ad for discount.) 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) 779-4744Securities offered through Merrimac Corporate Securities, Inc. Member FINRA/SIPC. Atlantic Financial Advisors, a financial services company, not affiliated. FL LIC196288 Insurance products and guarantees backed by the credit worthiness of underlying company.L ost Your Job?...Retired?Ta ke the Anxiety Out of Retirement!W hen it comes to planning a safe, secure retirement ... EXPERI ENCEMATTERS Helping clients roll over employer plans to personal IRAs for over 33 Y ears Retirement Income Planning Financial &Estate PlanningL ost Your Job?...Retired?Ta ke the Anxiety Out of Retirement!W hen it comes to planning a safe, secure retirement ... EXPERI ENCEMATTERS Helping clients roll over employer plans to personal IRAs for over 33 Y ears Retirement Income Planning Financial &Estate Planning Shouldnt Your Retirement Income Be Guaranteed For Life? 1355 N Atlantic Ave. Cocoa Beach FloridaCocoaBeachHealthandFitness.comWEIGHTLOSSPROGRAMYOGASILVERSNEAKERSZUMBAPILATESTANNING(MM22699)SPINNINGCARDIOSALSABARREQIGONGSEORSPINNINGBARREQIGONG (321)61 3.2969 SENIOR FITNESS CARDIOSALSA MASSAGE ( MM22699 )

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7BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG PUPPY-DO G EYES Couple help raise and train guide dogs to give the blind and visually impaired more independence Photo courtesy of Barb and Skip WegenerBarb and Skip Wegener train guide dogs for the blind and visually impaired. VIERA Losing your sight doesn t have to mean losing your independence, especially when you have help from a furry friend. B arb and Skip Wegener help train those friends, guide dogs from S outheastern Guide Dogs, an organization that trains guide dogs to help the blind and visuallyimpaired. S kip Wegener retired as a major in the Air Force and Barb left the Air For ce as a captain. They recently moved from Sarasota to Viera, where Barb, a nurse, took a position at Viera Hospital as the director of surgical services. Their interest in training guide dogs is long-standing. A good friend of ours in Cocoa became involved with Southeastern G uide Dogs and brought her puppies over. We had five kids, a golden r etriever and a Doberman. She brought the puppies over so theyd be exposed to big dogs and kids. B arb and Skip decided they wanted to help raise and train the puppies until they were old enough for formal training. They filled out an application, had an interview and a home inspection, to see where the puppy would live. They also looked at the other animals and the children, because everyone in the family unit has to be willing to help, Ms. Wegener said. Everyone has to be committed to the mission of raising a puppy to aid a non-sighted person. They hand you a ball of fur thats eight-nine months old and tell you, heres a puppy. Raise it and teach it good manners and basic commands. Of course, its not that simple. The training process, even for puppies, is rigorous. The Wegeners had chosen to r aise Goldadors, a cross between golden retrievers and Labradors. W e chose them because goldens have such a wonderful, mellow disposition, but longer hair. Labs have more energy and shorter hair. The mixture of the two is perfect. The goal is to get the puppies to about 18 months, when they are r eturned to professional dog trainers to teach them the skills necessary for them to serve. O nly 30 percent of puppies can actually be competent enough to guide a blind person, Ms. Wegener said. The person puts his life in the dogs hand. Other programs, suchSee PUPPY-DOG, Page 14By Shelley KoppelAssociate News Editor

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top of her class and was sent to Fort S am Houston to train as a medic. Ev entually she became emergency r oom nurse and got an associates degree in the mental health field. S he was sent to Officer Candidate School at Fort Benning. Her high scores in math and science earned her a commission as a second lieutenant in the Army Corps of Engineers, where she served for 24 years, r ising from platoon leader to lieutenant colonel. Among her assignments was a disaster relief mission after Hurricane Marilyn ravaged Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Tw enty-four hours after it hit, we we re in place with shelter, ice and water, she said. Our team of engineers worked with the local emergency management agencies. I got a humanitarian award and Im proud of it. Ms. Maloon-Gibson and her husband, Silas Gibson, moved to Melbourne in 2000 because it was a destination in between their aging parents. She said that she could not have had her successful career without the help of her supportive husband. When she retired in 2005, Ms. M aloon-Gibson was able to indulge her love for military history. Of special interest to her were the T uskegee Airmen, Americas first African-American airmen. I carried the legacy of the WAC and the Tuskegee Airmen, she said. I had studied about the Airmen, collected articles and watched movies. It was a passion. A lot of people didnt know there were women who never got credit. It was the pilots who brought the Tuskegee Airmen to life, but there were nurses, cooks, quartermasters, telephone operators, mechanics without them, they couldnt go anywhere. My goal is to carry that legacy. T oday, she is vice president of the General Daniel Chappie James, Jr., chapter of the Tuskegee Airmen F lorida. In that chapter are nine original members whose presence as Tuskegee Airmen has been documented. Most are in their late 80s. The Tuskegee Airmen are a dying breed, Ms. Maloon-Gibson said. There are about 290 still alive, but they are dying every day. The chapter is open to people who want to keep the legacy alive, Ms. Maloon-Gibson said. We also r each out to youth to become pilots, astronauts and scientists and to study math, engineering and science. We provide scholarships to send students to flight camp and college. Ms. Maloon-Gibson is also devoted to the legacy of the Womens Army Corps. It was disbanded in 1978 and she was one of the last to serve in it. Women were then sent into the Army where men and women served together. She is president of the Space Coast chapter of the Womens Air Corps Veterans Association. A lot of history has not been captured, especially about women and minorities, she said. Were going back into the archives and getting older ones to tell the stories. Everyone has a story. Fo r information about the Brevard County chapter of Tuskegee Airmen, visit the website www.floridatuskegeeairmen.org. or call Amicitia M aloon-Gibson at (321) 537-5002.9BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG LegaciesFrom page 5 U.S. Air Force photoA replica P-51D unveiled during a dedication ceremony held at the 132nd Fighter Wing, Des Moines, Iowa, in 2002. The P-51D, classically painted as a Red Tail Angel, identified to all that the aircraft was being flown by the Tuskegee Airmen. I-95 Croton RoadApollo BlvdUS 1Eau Gallie Blvd Sarno RdMelbourne Intl Airport W (518)I-95 (Exit 183) Wickham Road US Highway 1 SAYLORS CONSTRUCTION(321) 480-4754RemodelingByJerry@gmail.comFROM ROOF TO ROAD, NO JOB TOO SMALL!Kitchen &Bath Remodels Open Space Remodels Green Space Choices Roofing ServicesWe are one the most reliable contracting services on Floridas east coast. Our object is to provide you with the highest quality products, fair pricing and exceptional customer service.Honesty, Integrity, and Quality Workmanship SAYLORS CONSTRUCTION

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10BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG Str ess card! You gotta be kidding! My Nav al vet son was incredulous. When I went through boot camp if you didnt have a look of abject fear on your face your CO would put one there!C andy! You had candy!? In boot camp? My chocoholic Marine vet daughters eyes bulged. If we had been caught DREAMING about candy, our sergeant would have found out and sent us on a gazillionmile march with full pack carrying weapons. P .T. every OTHER day!? We had to do P.T. while standing in the chow line at every meal! In addition to what we did at 3:30 every morning! S tep-Grandpa fits the crusty old Army vet profile perfectly. My Air Force enlistee granddaughter is her cousin Joes partner in the Y ou have it softer than we did social order. She has been the sole occupant of said order for more than a year, and she welcomes a companion so the Family Old G uard (her words) has someone else to pick on. J ust because Fred Flintstone wasnt our workout buddy doesnt mean we are not as fit as you all we re in your hey day Which was more than a few years ago, may I add! Alicia is nine states away from her loving family, depending on cell phone technology to allow just a tad more leniency in her spoken words to her elders. N one of the above mentioned vets had the chance to jangle Joes chain personally while he was in basic training, but the season for family dinners is fast approaching and we are all hoping he will be able to join us, albeit for different reasons. To say my family is competitive is akin to declaring the Grand Canyon is a nice little gorge. M onopoly games have been known to last weeks Our football games require real umpires Checkers have been known to be a contact sport. B ut its the holidays that bring out the spirit in our happy conglomeration of personalities. Arriving just a few short weeks after Halloween, Veterans Day heralds in the holidays in our world, and that means family dinners. Fa mily dinners means some really great pot luck food and really great together time, which gets scarcer as our third generation grows older and requires chauffeurs and coaches. P laying the role of moderator (referee) I happily join and oversee lengthy conversations about current events and recent achievements. I begin looking for my gavel should the chatter drift toward politics, and with my varied group of veterans this inevitably somehow leads to which branch of the military is the best/worst. Wor ds like Jarhead, Swabby, M ud Stomper and Fly Person (used to be Fly Boy) are soon thrown around like pillows at a pajama party as lips curl and faces r edden. It s r ight about now that the chronological ages are staying the same, but the mental ages are swiftly reverting. Y ou wouldnt have made it a w eek at sea! Roy has an uncanny ability to push just the right buttons. Y ou USED to be a sailor I will ALWAYS be a Marine! Jumping to her feet Cindy narrows in on her brother. W e got there first! Theres Dad B y plane! Alicia is in the Air Forc e. O h yeah? Its like watching a ping pong match Yeah! Fur ther reversion; G.I. Joe ROSES ROOMROSE PADRICK See ROSE, 18 Robin Brandimore Egoscue Certified, Postural Alignment Specialist Call Robin at 321-969-4131 www.straightenupwithrobin.comCall Today for a FREEPostural EvaluationIs PainKeeping You FromDoing What You Love? Sometimes our muscle patterns get off-track. Ill teach you gentle exercises and stretches that will restore function and get rid of pain. Back Pain Knee Pain Hip Pain Loss of Balance Organ Prolapse Rotator Cuff Pain Plantar Fasciitis Degenerative/Herniated Disc

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N yami River Lodge. The event features demonstrations on how to care for bonsai trees, and vendors will be on site selling bonsai trees and bonsai-related items. Guests visiting the z oo that day will have a chance to see more than 60 different bonsai trees. The Bonsai Society of Brevard hosts this exhibit. The bonsai exhibit is free with zoo admission. For more information on B onsai Weekend, please visit breva rd zoo .org or call (321) 254-9453. The Bonsai Society of Brevard meets the third Saturday of every month at 2 p.m. at the Melbourne P ublic Library, 540 Fee Avenue in M elbourne, Florida. Br evard Zoo is home to more than 550 animals representing over 165 species from North America, South America, Australia and Africa. The z oo features many extraordinary animal experiences including giraffe and lorikeet feedings, African and w etland kayak tours, and a train r ide. Brevard Zoo is located 1 mile east of I-95 at exit 191 on Wickham R oad in Melbourne 45 minutes from the Orlando airport. Open daily 9:30 am-5 pm (last admission at 4:15 pm). Call (321) 254-WILD or visit brevardzoo.org. Admission $13.75/Adults 13 and older; $12.75/Seniors ages 65+; $10.25/Children ages 2; and, FREE to children under two. Twentyfive cents of every admission goes to support the Zoos conservation projects. Parking is always free. Group discounts and adventure packaging available. 8225 N.Wickham Road M elbourne,FL 32940 ahill@brevardzoo.org 321.254.9453 x 233 Founders Day and Womans Club Market Place S alute toOur Troops will bring out the red, white and blue in you during this Nov. 5, city event. There will be a Spectacular Parade, Live M usic, Entertainment, Festival Fo od, Plant Sale, Farmers Market, and SuperiorCrafters. Parade entries (neighborhood characters encouraged) call 773-6458 to participate in the parade which steps off at 11am from DeLaura Middle School. Call 777-5947 for craft/artist booth r entals. The Founders Day festivities are held from 9am-3pm at the DRS Community Center 1089 S P atrick Dr. in Satellite Beach. Womens club seeks heroes photos The Satellite Beach Womans Club and the Satellite Beach Recreation D epartment have planned a project to honor active duty military personnel at the Satellite Beach Craft Sh ow and Founders Day Salute To O ur Troops celebration on Nov. 5. Dur ing Oct, there will be an Our Her oes photo display board located at the David R. Schecter Community C enter, 1089 S. Patrick Drive, Satellite Beach, where families and friends can post at 4 x 6 photo (max. size) of their active duty military hero. P hotos should be brought in during our office hours, Mon-Fri., 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. The photo boards will be displayed during the Citys F ounders Day Celebration on Sat., Nov. 5.Sunday, November 6American Cancer Society Relay for Life The fifth annual American Cancer S ociety Relay For Life of Viera/Suntree will begin the 2012 Relay season with a kick-off celebration on Nov. 6 from 4 p.m. 6 p.m. This years operating committee will welcome past teams, new teams, survivors, family members, and those wanting to make a difference in the fight against cancer to the Holiday Inn V iera. Please join us for food, fun, and entertainment! R elay For Life events are held ov ernight as individuals and teams camp out at an athletic track, park or other gathering area with the goal of keeping at least one team member on the track or pathway at all times throughout the evening. 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12BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG Builder travels globe INDIALANTIC Larry Sietsma has always liked to do things his way. Thats why he enlisted in the Marines. I was draft age and I thought Id r ather do what I wanted, rather than be drafted, he said. I heard about the Mar ine Corps Flight Program. I flew F-8 Cr usaders. At the very end of his tenure in the Mar ines, Mr. Sietsma was sent to Vietnam in a support role. He recently r eturned to Southeast Asia to see how it had changed. M any people have their own businesses, shops and roadside stands, he said. Its bustling with motor scooters and motorcycles. Capitalism is what makes it work. Thats what we were fighting for. S till the government has a tight rein, but once people get a taste of capitalism, its impossible to reverse that. Mr. Sietsma became a commercial pilot for Eastern Airlines, but after 19 y ears, he could see that the airline was in trouble. He left and began a new chapter in his life. I come from a family of builders, he said. Im fifth generation, going back to the Netherlands. Its in my blood. I kept reading that affordable housing was disappearing and I saw a need. I wanted to accomplish something. Mr. Sietsma formed Holiday Bu ilders. Its goal was to build affordable homes in Palm Bay, targeted at firsttime home buyers. I t mushroomed, Mr. Sietsma said. There was a market in every city in F lorida and we spread out of Florida. I was blessed with really good employees and when I retired, I sold it to them. They paid me back early. F or some, that might constitute a busy life, but Mr. Sietsma had more worlds to conquer. In 2004, he and his wife, Sherry, flew an airplane around the world. When they returned, they gave slide presentations to a variety of groups. At one, a woman spoke about how affordable housing had disappeared and how y oung couples starting out couldnt afford housing. I spoke to my daughter and she said shed like to do something, Mr. Sietsma said. They started Avtec Homes in Palm Ba y, and while Mr. Sietsma stays informed, his daughter runs the show. Mr. Sietsma is just too busy. I have a list of things Id like to do, he said. I hear about it or read about it and the next thing, Id be doing it. I have an in-bred curiosity. I wonder about a lot of things. I look at the globe and see something. That curiosity has taken Mr. Sietsma to 118 countries. A few years ago, it took him to Antarctica. I wanted to go south of the Antarctic Circle. Mr. Sietsma said. We took a small Russian icebreaker to the r esearch stations. There were only 62 passengers. I talked to someone who By Shelley KoppelAssociate News Editor See BUILDER, Page 26 Photo courtesy of Larry SietsmaLarry Sietsma hasnt been everywhere, but its on his list, he says. Dr. Aslam, MDCardiovascular Specialist Board CertifiedDr. Aslam, MDCardiovascular Specialist Board Certified1541S. Wickham Road W. Melbourne, FL 32904321-473-8991Fax:321-473-89921091 Port Malabar Blvd, NE Suite 4 Palm Bay, FL 32905321-473-8991Fax:321-473-89921541S. Wickham Road W. Melbourne, FL 32904321-473-8991Fax:321-473-89921091 Port Malabar Blvd, NE Suite 4 Palm Bay, FL 32905321-473-8991Fax:321-473-8992Heart Care Heart CareWe treat our patients like family.NEWPATIENTS WELCOME!Privileges with Palm Bay, Holmes, Viera, & Wuesthoff Hospitals We Accept All Insurances We Accept All Insurances Hours: Monday Friday 8 am 5 pm On Call 24/7 Hours: Monday Friday 8 am 5 pm On Call 24/7 H ICKORY POINTEApartments $199Moves You In!(with credit approval)$600 $700 $600 $700 $600 $700 $600 $700 $600 $700 $600 $7001 Bedroom starting at $6002 Bedroom starting at $700 Rent Includes:FREE T ransportation, FREE Basic Cable, New Fitness Center, FREE Intrusion Alarms, FREE V isiting Nurse & Lots of Resident Activities in Our Clubhouse!hickor yp ointa p ts.com27 00 Carlson Circle Melbourne321-723-1611

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13BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG Our fathers and mothers came home from World War II hailed by a grateful nation as conquering heroes. The evil empires of Germany, Italy and Japan had been defeated and once the surrender was signed aboard the USS Missouri, a celebration erupted all across America. That homecoming and the euphoria that followed resulted in more babies being born that at any other time in U. S. history U nfortunately, when those babies, currently known as baby boomers, grew to be young adults they too had a war to fight. This time however, the lines would not be nearly as defined as in World Wa r II. The tiny Asian country of V ietnam was locked in a bloody civil war. To the north was the Viet C ong who were supplied and supported by the communist in China and North Korea. In the south the army of The Republic of V ietnam was supported by the countries of the United Nations, but history would show that South V ietnam would become a protectorate of The United States. Thousands upon thousands of the baby boom generation would either volunteer or be drafted for service there. At home in the states our own revolution had begun. The late 1960s and early s would explode in protests. Civil rights for the races, womens rights, and a strong anti-war sentiment joined the hippie movement to push America closer to an all out civil war than it had been since well, the Civil War. The young people had experienced about all of the war they could take and were now ready to flex their new found muscle. The so-called peaceniks staged massive marches on Washington D.C. and smaller ones all across the nation. Dr aft cards were burned, kids took just enough college classes to evade military duty, while others beat a steady path north to Canada. The flower power bunch adopted the seemingly benign slogan of make love not war. B ut what of the returning G Is and those left to fight a thankless war half way around the world? V ietnam would become the most confusing conflict in American history. Each evening domestic TV would show the bombings and give the daily body count while in country the soldiers constantly heard of the growing anti-war movement at home. Many of the y oung people in the military had themselves embraced the hippie lifestyle before entering the service. Now they were not sure where they stood and even questioned their o wn beliefs. Worse yet, they did not know if they now had the support of their own families and friends. The soldiers fighting the war we re even confused as to who was the enemy. The Vietnamese people looked and dressed similarly and a clear foe seldom could be identified. Even on their rare down time they could trust no one. Many times when the enemy was engaged they turned out to be no more than children. Deadly children, but children all the same. The American troops were not raised to shoot kids and with the true enemy so difficult to detect they adopted the slogan shoot them all and let God sort em out. While that seems a despicable idea it does illustrate the confusion our service people were feeling. When the long war finally ended V ietnam vets, like all v ets, should be thanked LAND LINESD AN SMITH A-AdvancedHearing CareHelping folks to connect with the sounds of life and living for over 20 years rom the heart of Historic Downtown Melbourne at720 E. New Haven Ave., Suite 12 W alk-ins Welcome 9:30AMNoon, MON FRIAfter hours cheerfully by appointment Most Insurance Accepted Financing AvailableDan TaylorACA, BC-HIS,COHC$15$15 *NORMAL FITTING FEES MOLDS EXTRA Betterhearing with sona:vogue hearing aidsW ould you like to be able to follow an interesting conversation,a lively discussion,or contribute to an important business meeting without difficulties? sona:vogue hearing aids make it possible.Discreet hearing aids small and sophisticatedsona:vogue hearing aids are so small they are practically invisible when worn. 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. Dont Be Shocked ByWhat You THINK You Hear! Drop by for a FREE Appraisal(321) 722-2894Used Hearing Aids Bought & SoldStarting atSee LANDLINES, Page 18

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14BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG as PAWS for Patriots, take dogs that have made what we call a career change. They can help veterans in wheelchairs or with prostheses. The Wegeners had always had large dogs and they were familiar with obedience training. Still, there was a lot to learn. The commands are different than in obedience, Ms. Wegener said. There are lots of rules. You dont want them jumping on the couch. Its not appropriate for a guide dog. They cant sleep in bed with you or eat people food. You cant treat them as a pet. Its funny, because our other dogs are pets. The puppy, though, stays on the ground. P uppies go to church, restaur ants, movies and the grocery store with us. Its a good tool to get the public to know about them and good exposure for the dog. They always wear a blue coat when theyre working that says Southeastern Guide Dogs: Puppy in Training. The most challenging part of the job is giving up the dog to complete its training so that it can be turned ov er to its forever person, as the r ecipients are known. I t s horrible, Ms. Wegener said. I t s like giving away your child. You have to keep saying, theyre not a pet and someone needs this dog to have an independent life and live it to the fullest. You get a lot of comfort from that. The dogs complete six months of intense training, but before they are r eleased to their new homes, the trainer visits the recipient to see how the person lives. They see the basic lifestyle, Ms. W egener said. They see the grocery store, the pharmacy, the bus stop and church. They run the dog and the blind person through the routines multiple times. They dont just hand the dog to the forever person. Theres a lot of individual training. The last month is at Southeasterns campus in Palmetto, Fla. They live in a dorm with the puppy. All of this is an expensive proposition. Training a guide dog costs $60,000. The dogs are provided to the recipients at no cost. The organization depends on contributions and fundraising efforts. The Wegeners are between puppies right now as they move into their new home, but they have a special dog with them. W e have Colt, the first puppy we r aised, Ms. Wegener said. He was a perfect puppy, a star pupil. When he w ent to Canine College, we cried. It turned out that Colts disposition and heart were perfect, but his hips were not. He was put in the PA WS for Patriots program and then sent to Walter Reed to help in the r ehabilitation of vets from Iraq and Afghanistan. When the trainer was deployed to Afghanistan, the program was halted. M y husband knew I missed Colt and he requested that Colt be r eleased back to us as a therapy dog. We have our beloved puppy back. We take him to elementary school re ading programs. He puts his head in the laps of the kids as they read to him. When Viera Hospital gets a canine program working, well probably have Colt. F or Barb Wegener, the program has given her a great deal. A dog gives you so much love and affection and doesnt ask for much in return, she said. Its been a wonderful experience. Having a puppy helps keep you young. F or more information about Southeastern Guide Dogs,visit the website www.guidedogs.org.P uppy-dogFrom page 7 W elcome Home to Paradise!! W elcome Home to Paradise!!Resort Style Living at Brevard Countys Premiere Active Adult Community ATLamplighter Village Lamplighter Village Lamplighter Village Lamplighter VillageCall Today for a tour of Our 5 Star Community!! (321) 254-0303500 Lantern Blvd. Melbourne,FL 32934 www.cal-am.comOpen 7 Days AWeekCall Today for a tour of Our 5 Star Community!! (321) 254-0303500 Lantern Blvd. Melbourne,FL 32934 www.cal-am.comOpen 7 Days AWeekCall Today for a tour of Our 5 Star Community!! (321) 254-0303500 Lantern Blvd. Melbourne,FL 32934 www.cal-am.comOpen 7 Days AWeekCall Today for a tour of Our 5 Star Community!! (321) 254-0303500 Lantern Blvd. Melbourne,FL 32934 www.cal-am.comOpen 7 Days AWeekNew Homes Starting at just$69,900!New Homes Starting at just$69,900!New Homes Starting at just$69,900!New Homes Starting at just$69,900! 2 MonthsFREELot LeaseWith Coupon

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15BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG sion. Fu nds raised at Relay For Life of V iera/Suntree are enabling the American Cancer Society to impact the lives of those touched by cancer within the community. Through r esearch, advocacy, and education we are making a difference right here in Brevard County! To RSVP for the November Kickoff Event, please contact Event Chair Susie Parente at (321) 6983656 or via email at rflvierasuntree@cfl.rr.com. P lease make plans to join others from our community for one day, one night, one community, one fight! American Cancer Society P hone:(321) 253-0361 ext 5757 Serene Harbor Fundraiser Luncheon & Tour Aboard Royal Car ibbeans Freedom of the Seas On Sunday Nov. 6, we will get to see the Suites from the Presidential to the Royal to the Owners suite, etc. (based on availability that day), then some of the unusual cabins. We then go to the public areas like the Flowrider on the pool deck, gym, ro yal promenade, theater, disco, crown lounge, and specialty restaur ants.It all culminates with lunch being served in the main dining r oom at 12:30 pm.There will be the choice of 2 appetizers, choice of 3 entrees (pasta, fish, beef) and dessert.There will be raffle prizes and lots of fun.We need to be at the Po rt C anaveral Pier 9-10 by 10:15am at the latest and disembark around 2:30 pm.There is extensive walking involved.This is limited to 50 participants.Tickets are $35. C all Nancy for information and to r eserve yourspot at (321) 726-8282 Woof It Up The City of Cocoa and Brevard C ounty Dog Training Club are hosting their sixth annual Woof It Up is from 11 a.m. 4 p.m. at Riverfront Par k. Admission is free. Theres lots of fun, activities, and entertainment for you and your dog. Y our dog can chase a mechanical lure, bob for apples, get micro chipped, earn a Canine Good Citiz en title and pose for a photo with S anta. F or more information visit our website at www.cocoafl.org or call (321) 639-3500.T uesday, November 8Coping during the Holidays The holiday season can be a time of great joy but also a time of stress caused by everything from financial pressures to facing the holiday season after the loss of a loved one. Learn coping skills at this free seminar with Licensed Mental Health C ounselor Charlotte Lehton. The event will be from 6:30 7:30 p .m. at the Grace Education and A dministration building, Room 207. 65 Needle Blvd. Merritt Island,FL 32953,321-452-2420 www.gracemethodistmi.com W ednesday, November 9People in Print welcomes Tim D orsey P eople in Print welcomes back popular Florida mystery writer, Tim Dorsey, who will speak about the writing process and sign his latest comic crime novel, When Elves A ttack, on Wednesday, November 9th at 2:30 PM at Cocoa Beach Library. Nobody does Florida weirdness quite like Tim Dorsey! Case in point: When Elves Attack, is the New Yo rk Ti mes bestselling authors twisted Christmas present to his legion of adoring fans, who cant get enough of thrill-killer and Sunshine S tate historian Serge A. Storms, the most endearing psychopath since D exter. Dorsey offers the perfect antidote for all those sappy feelgood holiday stories with this zany blockbuster extravaganza, in which his wonderfully deranged serial killer Floridaphile delivers his special brand of Christmas cheer. More outrageous than Santa Claus in aCalendarFrom page 11 CIGARETTEDEPOT2595 W. NEWHAVEN WESTMELBOURNE, FL32904 440 W. MERRITT ISLANDCSWY MERRITTISLAND, FL32953 No Chemical AdditivesIncluding:Marlboro, Lights, Camel, Winston, Kool, Newport, Salem and all others!See CALENDAR, Page 16

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16BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG S peedo, When Elves Attack serves up a Yuletide feast of the pure gonzo humor the New York Times Book R eview enthusiastically attributes to this fearlessly funny writer. Think B ad Santa and National Lampoons F amily Vacation, blend in Dorseys trademark appetite for destruction, and youve got hilarious crime fiction black comedy that anyone would be thrilled to discover stuffed in their Christmas stocking. The undisputed king of the comic crime novel.Providence Journal. (321) 868-1104 Thursday, November 10Bar Foundation Dinner The dinner is scheduled for November 10, 2011 at 6:00 p.m. at the Eau Gallie Yacht Club. Tickets for the dinner may be purchased on the Bar Foundations website (brevar dbarfoundation.org) for $45.00 per person or $500.00 for a table. Ev ent sponsorships are also available. Dr Anthony Catanese, President of Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) will be presented the Brevard B ar Foundations inaugural Community Leadership Award at the event. Y ou may also purchase tickets or obtain information about being an event sponsor by calling the law office of the event coordinator, A ttorney Michael Kahn at (321) 2422564.F riday, November 11Free Admission to the Brevard Z oo over Veterans Weekend Br evard Zoo, in honor of Veterans Da y, will offer free admission to military veterans and active-duty service members Friday through Sunday, November 11to 13.Veterans W eekend is sponsored by Harris C orporation. The zoo will also provide free admission to spouses in the event the active-duty service member is currently deployed overseas. Pr oof of military service is r equired. Accepted forms include U.S. Uniform Services Card (active/reserve/retired), Current Leave and Earning Statement, Veteran Identification card, Veterans Organization Card (American Legion, VFW, etc.), a photograph in uniform, wearing a uniform, or DD214. F or more information,please call 321-254.9453.Saturday, November 12Walk for a cause November is National Epilepsy A wareness Month so please join us on Saturday, November 12th, for the Br evard County Epilepsy Walk at G leason Park in Indian Harbour B each. The purpose of the Walk is to create epilepsy awareness and raise money for children and adults that are in need of medical assistance for their seizures.100 percent of the donations raised from this event supportthe programs of the Epilepsy Association of Central F loridaand stay in Brevard County. We have something for everyone at the Brevard Walk.It is a great family event.In addition to food and beverages being served, the Stevie Legend Band will again be performing.There will be a silent auction, door prizes, face painting and balloon art, bounce house, goody bags, games and more surprises.Tosee last years Walk video, register andcreate your own personal fundraising website go towww.brevardepilepsywalk.com We r equest aminimum of $30 to be r aised in order to receive an event tshirt.On-site registration begins at 8:00 a.m. and we walk at 9:00 a.m. In order for the Walk to again be a success,we need your help. Besides walking and building your team, we can use moreauction items, door prizes, and sponsors. For moreinformation or to join our Walk Committee,please call 1 (866) 864-CalendarFrom page 15 See CALENDAR, Page 17 EARN CASHI Buy Early Space Program Memorabilia From the Mercury,Gemini,Apollo,Skylab and Early Shuttle ProgramsVintage Photographs,Cloth Mission and Contractor Patches,Access Badges, Astronaut Autographs,Contractor Models,Booklets and Manuals, Items Flown in Space,Etc.Please email Don at lunarlegacies@gmail.comCall 321-848-3337

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1416 Ext.102 or (321) 253-4112. Valiant Air Command Open H ouse There will be an open house at the V aliant Air Command, Nov. 12 and 13. Admission is free for all military, A ctive or Retired, and all Brevard C ounty residents; with ID. Plus, this y ear we will also allow Free admission to ANY Florida resident with ID. F or more information contact: (321) 268-1941,or visit our website at www.vacwarbirds.org. St.Lukes,Merrit Island 27th Annual Holiday Fair November 12, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. the annual St. Lukes Episcopal Church H oliday Fair located at 5555 N. Tropical Trail. The fair offers something for everyone and all proceeds go the C entral Brevard Sharing Center. This year the event will be held on S aturday, November 12 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p. m.). Booths will feature plants, toys, books, crafts, attic treasures, and a silent auction on many items. Childrens entertainment includes a paintball range, train ride, and face painting. A lunch prepared by church members will feature delicious homemade soups, as well as hot dogs, hamburgers and the trimmings. Gar dendale Elementary School Sho wstoppers will also perform. Jim Br ush, St. Lukes music director, will give a music recital at the historic chapel located on the campus. Masons Announce the Doughnuts for the Heart Challenge The Masons of the 26th Masonic D istrict (Brevard County) are holding a unique event both to raise funds for cardiac research and to r aise public awareness about heart health: the Doughnuts For The H eart Challenge. Registration starts at 6:00a.m. The race begins at 7:30a.m. Nov 12 at Wickham Park P avilion, 2500 Parkway Drive, Melbourne. The Challenge consists of a road r ace in which each runner will cover two miles through the park, eat a dozen Krispy Kreme doughnuts then r un an additional two miles back to the start/finish line. Fu nds raised by this event will benefit the Cardiac Research Institute (CRI) at the Masonic Medical R esearch Laboratory (www.mmrl.edu). F or more information,visit http://district26.hiram.net/ or www.doughnutsfortheheart.com Epilepsy Walk The 2011 Brevard County Epilepsy W alk is scheduled again at Gleason Pa rk in Indian Harbour Beach we will have back by popular demand the Stevie Legend Band, the auction and more. Food, family and friends and some surprises, and, all for a great cause epilepsy! We walk on Saturday, Nov. 12. It isnt that far away so register today! F or more information you can also call either (321) 253-4112 or toll-free 1(866) 864-1416 ext.102.Sunday, November 13Coin Club Coin Show The Titusville Coin Club is sponsoring a Coin Show on Sunday Nov. 13 at the Searstown Mall, 3550 S. W ashington Ave, Titusville. 10 am to 5 pm. Dealers present to appraise, buy, sell, coins, scrap gold/silver, paper money, exonumia and jewelry. 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18BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG for the U.S. in late 1973 the returning service people we re not greeted as heroes. There was no celebrations or parades. Instead the American public rushed to forget one of the most distasteful episodes in our history. Also forgotten were the fighting men and women and the sacrifices they had made. Often they had to endure derision from the malcontents and draft dodgers who had stayed behind. Many could not wait to take off their uniforms. It was not a pretty time in American history. It would be years before the Vietnam vets would gain the r espect they deserved and take their rightful place alongside past heroes. In r ecent years the American service people who have fought in the Middle East have greatly benefited from the residual shame of how the Nam vets were treated. The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are every bit as unpopular as was the war in Vietnam but the American populace has learned their lesson well. Soldiers r eturning from the Middle East are given the full r espect due them. They can partially thank a Vietnam vet for that. They to are every day Americans who have been called upon to serve in an unpopular war. Not knowing who your friends are or who the enemy is makes the job all the more tough.LandlinesFrom page 13 Cindy is not known for pulling punches, Y ou keep being a butt head and Im going to tell Mom where you REALLY were the night of your high school prom when the ballroom was evacuated! O h yeah, I think its time Mom found out who REALLY had her car out most of the night when you were too young to have a license, then convinced her she actually did park it in the neighbors yard! I distinctly r emember asking Roy if he knew anything about that incident at the time and being angelically assured he did not Lest I discover hidden truths that would cause me to have retroactive panic attacks, I do some reverting myself To a tried-andtrue method of snapping my offspring back into adulthood I read somewhere that its not a crime to step on the American flag H eads snap around and chests expand. What?! Where did you read that? People fought and died for that flag! And still are! Roys face begins to redden again. Cindys eyes flash, I served my country so everyone can have freedom of speech, not to disrespect our flag! Alicia chimes in via the cell phone: Me too! Dont forget me! Dads actually growling. I just love it when a family comes together Especially if they do so before dinner gets completely cold. Jo e, when you enlisted in the military you joined more than one elite group Welcome And please pass the mashed potatoes PS. My favorite bumper sticker reads If y ou can read this thank a teacher, if you can r ead it in English thank a veteran I think that about says it all, please take a moment this holiday and every day to say a short prayer for all who are serving so we may be free and their families who are struggling without them. R ose Padrick is a Brevard County resident who grew up in Merritt Island.Shes written numerous columns and short stories published in various area newspapers and magazines and is currently awaiting publication of her childrens book,Sparkys Adventures.RoseF rom page 10 Affordable Hearing Aids Affordable Hearing AidsCocoa Beach Hearing Center 267 W.Cocoa Beach Cswy. Cocoa Beach,FL 32931(Located in the White Rose Shopping Center)321-784-2668 321-784-2668W ayne SmithBoard Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist Sales and Service ~ All Makes and Models Proudly Serving Brevard County for almost 30 years!W ayne Smith An exciting new publication From celebrating the active lifestyles of Floridas boomers 5 separate local editions,one for each county served by 25,000 copies of each edition will be home delivered and available for single-copy pick-upTO ADVERTISE CALL TODAY

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19BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG and future projects. The proceeds from this event will help provide a new playground and playground equipment lost in a fire at McLarty Park several years ago. Entertainment for the entire family will include food, music, r affles, games, a bounce house, as w ell as Fire Department and Police D epartment static displays. As a grassroots project, all proceeds will benefit the recreational needs in Rockledge and neighboring cities. Future goals include: include a dog park; nonmotorized boat ramps at several parks; new walking paths; picnic tables; an events pavilion; memor ial benches, and much more F or further information,contact the Foundation at (321) 632-7522, r ockledgerocf@gmail.com or on the web at www.rockledgerocf.org.Monday, November 14Project Graduation Fundraiser The Atlantic Ocean Grille on the C ocoa Beach Pier will host a fundraiser for Project Graduation on Monday, Nov. 14 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Project Graduation supports Cocoa Beachs high school graduating class with a safe celebration of their achievement. The restaurant will offer a choice of two complete meals for $10 per person. Baked flounder almandine or venetian chicken each will be served with fresh baked bread, salad with ranch dressing, rice pilaf and vegetable medley. Coffee, tea and soft drinks are included, with a bake sale to follow. To go orders welcome. Tickets available at the door, from your neighborhood senior, by calling 613.2561, or emailing vana2@ymail.com.W ednesday, November 16Melbourne Band celebrates theCalendarFrom page 17 See CALENDAR, Page 20 T he theme for Januarys Forever Young is Reinventing yourself. After turning 50, have you or someone you know decided to do something youve never done before? Maybe youve retired from your lifes work as an accountant, and decided to take up painting, or write a book. P erhaps youve taken on a second career, or taken up a whole new hobby or decided to take a trip around the world. Whatever it is, we want to hear from you. Y ou can send your thoughts and story ideas to foreveryoungmc@hometownnewsol.com. The deadline is Nov. 15.We w ant to hear from you Open Tuesday thru Saturday Real Wood Furniture ...finished your way! Desks, Consoles, CustomWall Units, Dining, Bedroom, Bookcases and More!

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20November 2011FOREVER YOU NG sounds of Latin music I t Takes Two to Tango is the theme of the November free concerts by the Melbourne Municipal B and. The concerts begin at 7:30 p .m. Nov. 16 17 and are held at the M elbourne Auditorium, 625 E. H ibiscus Blvd. Admission is free and tickets are not required. A ttendees will be treated to a lively program of music with a Latin twist, including such popular selections as Malaguena, Begin the B eguine, Mexican Hat Dance, and The Best of Miami Sound Machine. C all (321) 724-0555 or visit www.mmband.org for more information.F riday, November 18Brick and Mortars Potluck Film Sh ow case Local art cooperative Brick & Mortar is opening a call to local filmmakers for a chance to be featured in their Potluck Film Showcase on Fr iday, November 18, 2011 starting at 8 p.m. in their studio at 643 Breva rd Av enue in Historic Cocoa Village. The event is scheduled from 8:00 p.m.-12:00 p.m. and admission is $5, or free if you bring a dish. For more information,contact (321)252-9333 or visit www.BrickandMortarBuilt.com B rick & Mortar 643 Brevard Ave. Cocoa The Potluck Film Showcase will bring together the best of community, food, and local film. Attendees are asked to bring their favorite dish and support local film producers, directors, and enthusiasts. F or more information,please contact Lindsay Kolsch at (321) 2529333 or lindsay@brickandmortarbuilt.comSaturday, November 19th Annual Artworks Festival This years event will take place Nov. 19 20 from 10 a.m. 5 p.m. each day. The event is free, including the entertainment. A food court offers a variety of goodies to eat and all the art will be for sale. F or more information call 321242-1456 or visit the ArtWorks website at info@artworksofeaugallie.org Teeing up with space Te eing up with Space Shuttle astronauts is the theme and the U.S. S pace Walk of Fame Museum is the beneficiary of a golf scramble scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 19 at the Walkabout Golf Club in T itusville. J on McBride, the pilot of STS-41G (1984) and Bob Springer, mission specialist for STS-29 (1989) and STS-38 (1990) are the featured contestants. The event, which begins with an 8:30 am shotgun start, includes half-cart, mulligans, prizes and barbecue lunch for an entry fee of $70 per player. Entries must be received by Fr iday, Nov. 11. F or more information,contact S teve Bishop (321) 269-4673. Art In The Park The 27th annual Indian Harbour B each City Art & Crafts Show will be held in Gleason Park from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 19th (with November 20th as a rain date). M any vendors will display their work, which includes custom woodworking; hand crafted jewelry; photography; mixed media; acrylics; and mosaics; floral arrangements and wreaths; knitted and crochet items; sculpture and stained glass; crafts; pottery; home made soap and herbal products; and much more. Co me enjoy a day in the park, shop at our many vendor booths, and enjoy yummy treats to eat! 1233 Yacht Club Blvd. In dian Harbour Beach,FL 32937 P hone (321) 773-0552 Junior League Of South Brevard s F estival of Trees The Junior League of South Breva rd will be having its annual Festiv al of Trees event at the Maxwell C K ing Center, 3865 North Wickham R oad, Melbourne, Nov. 19 from 10CalendarFrom page 19 See CALENDAR, Page 21 Buy Two, Get OneFREEAny Item Of Equal or Lesser ValueBuy Two, Get OneFREE Not available with any other discounts or offers. Expires 11/30/11 Publix Plaza on 3814 Murrell & Barnes BlvdROCKLEDGE638-8712855 PalmBay Rd. In Front of Wal-MartW. MELBOURNE726-0909Available only at these GNClocations: WE BEAT ALL PRICES! WE BEAT ALL PRICES!We Beat Physical Addictions Prices Everyday STAIRS or STEPS need replacing? Mo bile Home Replacement Steps. OR Co ncrete replacement stairs..CALL TODAY..STAIRS TOMORROW!by Designer ConcreteCall John Cowger Your concrete specialist!772-584-0061 www.dccfy.com NAILS ON WHEELS & MORE WECOMETOYOU! Gift Certificates Available. Call Joan: Cell561-512-9017or Office321-914-3091Sterile Equipment References Lic. &Ins.ExperiencedManicures, Pedicures, Skincare, & Many Helpful ServicesWe travel to Senior Communities, Homebound, Office, etc.DBA Red Rose Concierge, Inc. 321-724-194928 Laurie St. Melbourne Serving all CemeteriesEAST COAST MONUMENT CO.Oldest Full Service Monument Company in BrevardBronze Memorials Granite Monuments Markers InstallationWe Buy UNW ANTED Cemetery Propertyin Fountainhead Memorial ParkWe Sell Cemetery Property All Major CemeteriesBR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWS

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21BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG a.m. 5 p.m. and Nov. 20 11 a.m. 5 p .m. A dmission is $10 for adults, $5 for senior citizens, $5 for children (312). Free for children 2 and under. All of the money raised at the event will be donated to local county charities and community needs including Community of Hope (providing transition housing for families), Connected by 25 (assisting y outh who are aging out of the foster care system) and Kids in the Kitchen (educates children about nutrition). C all (321) 610-8950 for more information or visit www.jlsb.net. Take Stock In Childrens Strides for Education5k T ake Stock in Childrens Strides F or Education 5K Walk/Runs are open to all individuals, families, companies and local organizations, and will feature family-friendly activities, giveaways, and much more. Registration is $35 per person, with all proceeds to benefit T ake Stock in Children, which curr ently serves nearly 8,000 students in grades 6-12 annually throughout 67 counties in Florida. To learn how you can support Take S tock in Childrens Strides For Education5K Walk/Run as a participant,volunteer or sponsor,please call (888) 322-4673 or visit give.takestockinchildren.org. Sunday, November 20Critter Run The Central Brevard Humane So ciety will host its 14th Annual Cr itter Run on Sunday, November 20th, starting at 10 a.m. at the Hu mane Society located at 1020 Cox R oad in Cocoa.The cost to participate in the poker run will be $7.00 per hand or (2) hands for $10.00.All vehicles are welcome. The run begins at the Central Breva rd Hu mane Society and will end at Dog n Bone British Pub, located at 9 Stone Street in Cocoa Village.TheCalendarFrom page 20 See CALENDAR, Page 22 W hats bugging you? It s that time of the year when new and interesting viruses and bacteria are about to emerge again. The key to your best overall health and longevity is to build up the immune system ahead of time. N ot only does it protect the body from the flu and colds but it also provides protection against chronic fatigue, inflammatory conditions, cancers, allergies and numerous other conditions. The immune system has trillions of cells that work together to defend and protect the body. If some of those cells are not strong enough, they can throw off the whole system. It s like building a house of cards thats nice and strong; if you then r emove some of the cards from the middle, the house will probably collapse. This is how the immune system works; when we are eating healthy, exercising, using herb and supplements, the immune system r emains strong. So how do you strengthen the immune system? One way is to encourage the body to produce its own natural killer cells, and there are many herbs that can do that. My favorite herbs for this are garlic and astragalus. I use these along with Vitamin C on a daily basis, and so far I have not been disappointed. If I should start to feel under the weather, I will increase the garlic and the Vitamin By Cecelia AvitabileF or Hometown News See A VITABILE, 22 CECE LIA A VITABILETHE HERB COR NER ThriftyMeds.com GET A FREE PRICE QUOTE TODAY! SIMPLE SA VINGS Brand Strength Size US Canada Gen SAVE Aciphex20mg100tabs$585$152$86 Albuterol90mcg200 dose$52$14$8 Diovan320mg30tabs$145$37.98$17.46 Effexor XR150mg100caps$411$207$106 Plavix75mg28tabs$142$86N/A Flomax0.4mg30caps$109$26$17 Proscar5mg30tabs$106$67$38 Lipitor40mg100tabs$415$203$115 1-866-999-7928 toll freewww.ThriftyMedsNow.com V eterans Memorial Center & PlazaA Tribute to All Veterans V eterans Day Ceremony Friday, November 11th at 9:00 am V eterans Memorial Center on the Memorial Plaza Guest Speaker: Congressman Bill Posey Please join us as we honor our Veterans

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22BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG first bike out will be scheduled to leave at 10 a.m., with the last one departing at 11:30 a.m. All proceeds from this event helps to raise awareness and financial support for the thousands of unwanted and abandoned pets that visit the shelter each year, who need a safe and loving forever home. F or more information,contact the C entral Brevard Humane Society at (321) 636-3343 or visit www.crittersavers.com.Upcoming and Ongoing EventsSatellite Beach Recreation D epartment Classes The Satellite Beach Recreation D epartment, 2089 S. Patrick Drive, S atellite Beach, offers classes Mon.Fr i. These classes are reoccurring throughout the month. M onday is the Bone Walkers plus (osteoporosis safe exercise), Riseup4Fitness, Hatha Yoga, Have fun, stay fit aerobics, 3 Hs Exercise Class for Adults and Seniors. T uesday is Hatha Yoga and an indoor walking group classes. W ednesday is 3 Hs Exercise Class for adults and seniors, Have fun, stay fit aerobics, indoor walking group, Hatha Yoga and Riseup4fitness classes. Thursday is Hatha Yoga and the indoor walking group classes. Fr iday is Riseup4fitness, Have fun, stay fit aerobics and the 3 Hs exercise class for adults and seniors. Classes,times and cost vary.Call (321) 773-6458 for more information or visit www.satellitebeachrecreation.org Call for Miniature Artists The Art & Antique Studio and G allery at 1419 Highland Avenue, M elbourne, Florida is looking for extraordinarily talented artists in the field of miniature art for its Third Annual Art in Miniature Show.CalendarFrom page 21 C and I will exchange the astragalus for the Immune Strengthening Formula that I have at the store. Over the past three to four y ears with this regime, I have not been sick any longer than 48 hours. Another way to keep to keep the immune system strong is to eat healthy, making sure that you are getting enough of the vitamins and minerals that are needed to support and strengthen the immune system; let your food be your medicine. T odays fast food diets do not provide this for us using supplements and herb can help. C ecilia Avitabile is the owner of The Herb Corner and Learning C enter in Melbourne.She has a M aster of Herbalism degree from the Australasian College of Herbal S tudies and is a member of the A merican Herbalist Guild.A vitabileF rom page 21 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 PinnacleEyeCenterExpert, Personalized & Compassionate Eye Care REGINEPAPPAS, MDBoard Certified Ophthalmologist, Eye Surgeon,Glaucoma Specialist ST A TE-OF-THE-AR T GLAUCOMA & CA T ARACT CARE JENIFERRAMSOWER, ODBoard Certified Optometric Physician www.PinnacleEyeCenter.com1 649 W. Eau Gallie Blvd., Melbourne (321) 255-4949Eye Exams, Glaucoma, Cataract, LASIK, OpticalDr. Pappas is one of few surgeons in the US and the first one in Florida to perform Canaloplasy, a state-of-the-art procedure.Canaloplasty, a new alternative to traditional Glaucoma surgery to better control eye pressure and reduce the number of medications patients use. Similarly, the Express Mini-Shunt advanced Glaucoma surgery, routinely performed over the last four years. Advance cataract surgery with combination of lenses ReStor, Crystalena, ReZoom, Verisyse &Toric. Some of these lenses are designed to improve vision at all distances and potentially without glasses.See CALENDAR, Page 23 Subscribe Today!www.hometownnewsol.com KNOWLEDGEISA TERRIBLETHING TOW ASTE...

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23BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG This is a juried show which will run from Dec. 2 30. Deadline for r eceipt of hand-delivered entries is Nov. 11. Mailed entries must be r eceived by Nov. 18. Complete information and prospectus is available at website at artandantiquestudio.com. Creative card-making workshops at art gallery of Viera This class is instructed by Ree N athan. MOJO MONDAYS Creative Car ds and Gift Making Classes are held on Mondays: 1:30-3:30 pm November Classes: Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28 Art Gallery of Viera at the Avenue (Next to Old Navy) C OST: $12 (Includes all superior quality tools and materials) F or more information,call 321961-2350, or visit reenathan@bellsouth.net Grandparents Raising Grandchildren of Brevard County Nov. 1 Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group meeting at 9:30 a.m. at the Parrish S enior Solutions, 805 Century Medical Dr., Bldg. B, Titusville. Nov. 10-Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group meeting at 10 a.m.Club Esteem, 3316 S. Monroe St.,Melbourne. Nov. 15 Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group Mtg. 9:30 a.m.The Monroe Center, 705 B lake Ave., Bldg. D (next to DCF office), Cocoa. Nov. 17 Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group Mtg. 6:30 p.m.Memaws Restaurant,4916 B abcock St. NE, Palm Bay. F or information or emergency assistance, please call (321) 631-7776.ClubsBrevard Antigues and Collecibles Club The Brevard Antiques and Collectibles Club holds monthly meetings at two area locations. The first Friday of the month at the Suntree Library, 902 Jordan Blass Dr ., at 10:00 AM, and the third Tuesday at the Melbourne Beach Library, 324 Ocean Ave. at 1:30 PM. The group is open to anyone having an interest in learning about antiques and collectibles. Fr iday November 4th : The Breva rd Antiques and Collectibles Club monthly meeting. SUNTREE/VIERA Library, 902 Jordan Blass Dr. 10:00 A.M. The subject will be Politics. We will have a guest speaker. Please bring one item for study and discussion. Tuesday November 15th: The Br evard Antiques and Collectibles Club monthly meeting. Melbourne B each Library, 324 Ocean Ave. at 1:30 PM. The subject of this meeting will be Miniatures. Please bring one item for study and discussion. F or additional information call M elinda at (321)777-1374 or George at (321)254-5831 Prime Time PRIME TIME a social group for S eniors with a program or speaker meets the first Monday each month unless it is a holiday. N ext meeting will be Monday Nov. 7 at 11:30 am in the Social Hall of T emple Israel 7350 Lake Andrews Drive, V iera. A ttendees bring brown bag lunch, desert and beverages supplied. F ollowing the social and lunch time, a program begins at noon. The November program topic will be on Islams Battle with Peace. PRIME TIME programs are different each month throughout the y ear. M eetings are open to all and all are welcome. F or more information please call (321) 617-9102 Alumnae Panhellenic The Melbourne Alumnae Panhellenic, under the leadership of President Michele Everett, will hold its Nov. 2, 2011 meeting at the Casa B ella Clubhouse located at 6015 Anello Drive, Melbourne, FL., 32940. The meeting runs from 7 to 9 p.m. 7:00-7:30 social time,CalendarFrom page 22 GUARANTEED!!Sincerely Thomas M. Roonery, Colonel (Retired), USAF BEFORE AFTER1 75 West Drive, Melbourne 321-722-9996V isit Our Virtual Showroom at www.affordableshutters.com1 75 West Drive, Melbourne 321-722-9996V isit Our Virtual Showroom at www.affordableshutters.comAffordable Shutters &Service 6 YEARSINAROW! Excerpts from a testimonial We were armed with all the horror stories of over-charging, missed schedules, excessive down payments, and had several companies provide recommendations & estimates. Affordable Glass Protection was head & shoulders above the rest; it was obvious I was dealing with pros that really understand the meaning of customer satisfaction.AFFORDABLEGLASSPRO TECTIONINC.AFFORDABLEGLASSPRO TECTIONAFFORDABLE&RELIABLE AFFORDABLE&RELIABLEBEST PRODUCT BESTPRICES BESTSERVICEONSHUTTERS BEST PRODUCT BESTPRICES BESTSERVICEONSHUTTERS BAHAMAS COLONIALS ACCORDIANS 1 FREEGARAGE REINFORCEMENT1 FREETRADE-INYOUR OLDSHUTTERS$1 00-$500 OFF$1 00-$500 OFFWith Purchase of Whole House ProtectionMust Present Coupon Not Valid with Other Offers or Discounts Expires 11-30-2011 Of Equal or Lesser Value. Must Present Coupon Not Valid with Other Offers or Discounts Expires 11-30-2011

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24BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG Professional flyers help Young Eagles In 1996, the original black T uskegee Institute pilot instructor, Alfred Anderson, died. While his flesh may have passed on, the pioneering spirit he embodied lives on in the hearts of those he touched. Br evards own Hiram Mann and R ussell Minton are two men whose lives have been affected by Mr. Anderson and his adventurous teachings. They have lived through the numerous battles from segregation at home to World War II abroad and are now telling their stories to the countys youth. B oth Dr. Minton and Col. Mann are members of the National Experimental Aircraft Association and volunteer to work with children through the Young Eagles program, Dr Minton by participating in the Y oung Eagles Days, and Col. Mann through speaking engagements The program, founded by NEAA, is dedicated to encouraging young people to make their own dreams and follow them, said Tony Yacono, the Young Eagle coordinator for this area. The work we do with children is the most important and rewarding part of what the organization does, said Dr. Minton. Mr. Yacono quantified Dr. M intons role with the children. D r. M inton is always one of the first to arrive and stays until every child has had his or her turn, and every question they have has been answered, said Mr. Yacono. Dr Mintons affinity for reaching out to children may have stemmed from his own experience as a young man in the Philadelphia suburb of Ardmore. I would wave frantically whenever I heard airplanes flying over our house, Dr. Minton remembered. I believed there could be no greater thrill than to fly one of those things. Dr Mintons wish would come true much sooner than he expected and it would be granted by someone he never imagined hed fly with. Only a few doors down from Dr. Mi ntons modest home lived a man he had seen many times, but never knew how close the mans dreams we re to his own. Alfred Anderson found Dr. Minton to be a sponge for his numerous stories of flying to strange and exciting lands. Dr. Minton said Mr. Anderson saw something in him, and decided to encourage his dreams. So when Dr. Minton took a flight with Mr. Anderson, a career was born. I remember feeling instantly at home, said Dr. Minton. I knew I belonged up in the air. Dr Minton, who entered the T uskegee program as a physician and retired from the U.S Air Force as a lieutenant colonel, said his time with the Tuskegee project helped to mold him into the person he is today. I learned most any obstacle can be over come if you want something bad enough. I had to work harder and longer and be more patient to accomplish the same goals as some others, but I did it, and these children can also, Dr. Minton said. While the end result was similar to Dr Mintons, Col. Manns path to the skies was greatly different. Col. M ann was already married when he decided to join the U.S. Army Air C orps and become a pilot. Wild blue yonderI t wasnt so much that I chose to fly as it was flying chose me, said C ol. Mann. By Rose PadrickF or Forever Young See FL YERS, 25 Sunshine W alk-In Clinic Sunshine W alk-In Clinic Sunshine W alk-In Clinic321-729-14005205 Babcock Street NE, Ste 3 at PortMalabar Blvd. Palm Bay, FL 32905Monday-Friday 2 pm-7 pmComprehensive Health Care Board Certified Internal MedicineComplete Family CareFLUSHOTS$1650 MelBayHealthCare211 Coral Sands Dr., between US1 &Florida Ave RockledgeLocated inside American Cancer T reatment Center, Ste. 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25BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG C ol. Mann said, he was initially r ejected because he was black. He heard about the Tuskegee project, and decided to apply once more. He was rejected a second time. I never did learn how to be a quitter, he said. Later he heard that the restrictions were dropped. He applied a third time, passed the strict exam, and was accepted as a Tuskegee Airman, where he served for 13 years. C ol. Mann entered the Army Air C orps as a pre-aviation student in 1942, where after completing combat pilot training at Tuskegee Army Air Field, was assigned to the 302nd F ighter Squadron. He was later reassigned to the 100th Fighter Squadron of the famed 332nd Fighter Group in Italy. The mindset of the day was black men would not be able to learn to fly at all in the short time allowed, much less be good enough to take their place beside the better trained and more experienced white counterparts, Col. Mann said. B ut learn they did, and quickly became the buzz of a very different var iety. The Tuskegee Airfield was graduating a class about every six weeks. The orders were to keep the number of graduates low; this was controlled by nearby Maxwell Air Force base. Outfitted with mostly inferior equipment, the Tuskegee Airmen quickly gained the reputation of being willing to take any assignment, usually in the thick of battle. It was Tuskegee Airmen in their P-51 M ustangs who volunteered for the dangerous missions of escorting the big bombers. C ol. Mann remembered, Our boys did not lose a single bomber to air-to-air combat, and many have said it was those black pilots in the Photo courtesy of Rose PadrickRetired Lt. Col. Hiram Mann, left, and Dr. Russell Minton, both Brevard County residents, were part of the Tuskegee Airmen, the first black military flyers in the U.S. Air Force. See FL YERS, 26FlyersF rom page 24 www.floridashorestruckcenter.comFlorida Shores Truck Centers service department offers a full range of services. Our competent and courteous staff can help you with almost every problem that you may encounter. Alignments and Front end Repairs Air Conditioning ECM Diagnostics Brakes Lube, Oil & Filters Motorhome Inspection Competitive Tire PricesOur Technicians will get your Motorhome back to the smooth ride you deserveFree BBQ Sauce with this ad and your 1st visit.Florida Shores Truck CenterClearly the leader in RV repairs... 3220 W. State Rd. Edgewater, FL32132 SUDOKU PUZZLE ANSWER 401 Florida Avenue Cocoa,FL 32922 321-631-8080Allaboutyoutravelunlimited.com401 Florida Avenue Cocoa,FL 32922 321-631-8080Allaboutyoutravelunlimited.com #ST36424 Opening the door to the world.SMSave $800 per couple!on 2012 Globus air inclusive vacations to Europe. Applies to new 2012 air inclusive vacations to Europe bookings only.2012 air inclusive vacations to Europe Highlighted Departures: The Best of Italy 11 days from $3019 per person, land only. Rome, Tuscany, V enice, Assisi, Capri La France 15 days from $3,789 per person, land only. Paris, Caen, Mont St. Michel, Tours, Bordeaux, Nimes, Nice, Grenoble, Dijon Best of Spain NEW!9 days from $1,739 per person, land only. Mardid, Seville, Granada, Valencia, Barcelona T aste of Italy 7 days from $1,849 per person, land only. Rome,Florence, Venice Britain Sampler 9 days from $1249 per person, land only. London, Bath, Chester, Edinburgh, York European Highlights NEW! 9 days from $2,101 per person, land only. England, France, Switzerland, Italy www.extraspace.comClean Secure Military Discounts Available of Cocoa Beach14 20th Street *Offer based on unit availability on new rentals by new customers only. This offer is only valid with presentation of this coupon upon rental. Offer excludes applicable administration and insurance fees. Not valid with any discount offers. Offer has no cash value. Features vary by location. Void where prohibited. See Manager for details. Extra Storage Space LLC.(321) 783-9030Clean Secure Military Discounts Available www.extraspace.com 2 Months FREE Rent by November 30th Ask Us For Details

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26BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSNovember 2011FOREVER YOU NG had been to the North Pole. F or the trip to the northern reaches, Sherry Sietsma decided to visit her sister in Michigan. The passage to the Arctic Circle is only open for a short time in summer, with the help of a nuclear-powered Russian icebreaker. I t was really neat, Mr. Sietsma said. Id wanted to do it since I was 10. Its so remote. You can stand on the Nor th Pole, and with GPS, its very accurate. Theres a sign in ice. We flew around the world in 90 days and I walked around the world in 90 seconds, walking through every longitudinal line. T oday, Mr. Sietsma considers himself partially r etired and continues his love affair with airplanes and volunteering at the valiant Air Command Warbird M useum in Titusville. He still enjoys travel and recently returned from a trip to Colorado, during which he cycled though the Rockies. M y attitude is to do the right thing and treat people right and give back to the community, he said. I dont have a next trip planned, but Im sure Ill come up with something. I havent been everywhere, but itsBuilderFrom page 12 M ustangs that helped change the tide of World War II.Back homeC ol. Mann returned to the states in 1946, and went on to serve at various Air Force installations. He is a historian/welfare coordinator of the Central F lorida General Daniel Chappie James Jr. chapter of the T uskegee Airmen Inc. and has served as the keynote speaker at a variety of prestigious events. He is also co-author of Fo re ver Dreaming, a book dedicated to impressing minority y outh on the need to set goals, persevere, work hard and obtain a high level of education in order to achieve those goals. B oth Col. Mann and Dr. M inton plan to stay active in the community with various organizations. On a date to be determined soon, children between 8 and 17 will be invited to come to the Merritt Island M unicipal Airport and take an airplane ride. They will have an opportunity to view various planes, and are encouraged to ask questions. For more information about this event, contact Mr. Yacono at (321) 4535388, or email him at youngeaglesfly@aol.com. Dr. Mi nton is available for school or civic organization speaking engagements. Contact him at (321) 635-9533.FlyersF rom page 25 The name Cocoa Beach brings many things to mind: the NASA space program, a legendary surfing community and the setting for the long-running TV series, I Dream of Jeannie. B ut today, the city of Cocoa Beach offers so much more. N estled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Banana River Lagoon, the barrier island of Cocoa Beach is often referred to as the jewel of the Space Coast. And it isnt difficult to see why. C ocoa Beach is both a residential community and tourist destination with a base population of 12,800, according to the city of Cocoa Beach Web site, www.cityofcocoabeach.com. B ut each year that number reaches as high as 30,000 during the peak tourist season when thousands flock to the area to soak up the sun and spend a week or two doing some Space C oast sightseeing. F or the past several decades, Cocoa Beach has done an excellent job of preserving its historic downtown area. Fr om surf shops and clothing boutiques to gift stores and jewelry venues, its easy to make a day out of shopping whether by bicycle or on foot. R estaurants, such as the long-standing Heidelberg and M ango Tree, or weekend hot spots, such as Coconuts on the B each and the Chili Pepper Club, cater to crowds of all ages. Another draw to the multi-faceted city is the beautiful wildlife, fishing opportunities and unique plant species found throughout its waterways. C ocoa Beachs Thousand Islands function as a learning laboratory for those eager to explore the mazes of mosquito canals and local ecology, according to the Thousand Islands W eb site, www.thousand-islands.org. At any one time, kayakers can observe pelicans, bottlenosed dolphin, manatee, river otter, rabbit and various species of fish throughout their island journey. J ust around the corner is another hot spot, known to house a different type of species dogs. O pened in March 2007, the Lori Wilson Off-Leash Dog Park is a 32,000-square-foot paradise for pups and their owners. E quipped with benches, dog toys and obstacles for both large and small doggies, the park serves regular attendees, as w ell as one-time visitors. While all of these activities are significant to the city, it is the sport of surfing that has helped shape Cocoa Beach. F or starters, Ron Jon Surf Shop, which was opened in the early 1960s, is a four-level surf emporium visited by thousands each year. And with six miles of shoreline, there are a number of places for residents and tourists to take on the surf, one of them being the Cocoa Beach Pier. M any East Coast surfing legends, such as Dick Catri and K elly Slater, got their start surfing those very waves. Mo re than 80 surfers from every generation have been inducted into the citys East Coast Surfing Hall of Fame, which doubles as a public museum. W e developed a concept years ago that, as surfers, we are a society, said Rep. Tony Sasso, R-Cocoa Beach, who grew up surfing in the community and helped conceptualize the surf museum. In recognizing that, we hope to keep the door open for the next generation. F or more information about the city of Cocoa Beach and its many attractions, visit www.cityofcocoabeach.com GO AND DO The quintessential beach town Cocoa Beach conquers all: surfing, dining, fishing, fun Andy Stefanek/ staff photographerTe rry Scott of Cape Canaveral scours the beaches of Cocoa Beach with his metal detector looking for treasure. Mr. Scott is writing a book called Beginners Guide for Metal Detecting on Floridas Treasure Coast. By T ammy Roberts, Senior Staff Writertroberts@hometownnewsol.com

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