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Sig n-up for Your FREE Subscription & Delivery TodayHOLIDAY HAPPENINGS,DEALS,LOCAL NEWS & MORE HOLIDAY HAPPENINGS,DEALS,LOCAL NEWS & MORECall:866-913-6397 Online:signup.HometownNewsOL.com Email:signup@HometownNewsOL.com*Ifyou previously signed up,dont worry you will continue to receive your paper as scheduled.Sig n-up for Your FREE Subscription & Delivery Today WEST MELBOURNE Did W est Melbourne police officers harass a city councilman who r ecommended a 5 percent r eduction in their annual budget? D id the councilman get a $169 traffic ticket for proposing a $250,000 cutback in police funding? C ouncilman Mike Hazlett says he was stopped and detained for nearly an hour as a r esult of advocating trimming the police departments budget. City officials deny the accusation. Mr. Hazlett described an unusual traffic stop in which he was ticketed for an illegal right turn on red during a traffic stop carried out by four officers most of the citys traffic force at that time at that time. City manager Scot Morgan said the stop was r outine and not connected to the hot-button issue of police salaries and pensions. I t s unrelated, Mr. Morgan said. In addition, Mr. Morgan said Mr. Hazlett can fight the traffic ticket in court if he feels wronged. W est Melbourne has a wellearned reputation for enforcing traffic violations, Mr. Morgan said. Theyll stop you and cite y ou, thats our record. I advised Mr. Hazlett to file an official complaint that any citizen has a right to file, or to contest it in traffic court. He elected not to file an official complaint, Mr. Morgan said. Mr. Hazlett said he plans to fight the citation in court, and claims the stop was related to his advocacy of a reduced police budget. F our police offices to pull me over? Mr. Hazlett said in an email he sent to other city officials. This type of harassment is just plain wrong. The traffic stop occurred Oct. 30 at Minton Road and Norfolk Parkway. They ticketed me for an ille-T raffic stop came after he advocated reducing police budgetCouncilman claims harassment by West Melbourne police MELBOURNE GOLF WITH JAMESDuran, a maturing course P ageB7 INSIDEV ol. 8, No. 20 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Dec. 9, 2011 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 ksl.com: D og shoots man A man is recovering after being shot by his dog. A 46-year-old Brigham City man and a friend were duck hunting on the north end of the Great Salt Lake. The two had their boat in a shallow marsh area when the man got out to either set up or collect decoys. He laid his 12-gauge shotgun across the bow of ENTERTAINMENTB1 INDEXGALMONT BALLETCalendarB5 ClassifiedB8 Club SceneeB1 Crossword B3 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Star Scopes B1 V iewpoint A6Enjoy a American version of The Nutcracker ROMANCING THE STOVE B3Antipasto, and a traditional Christmas Eve recipeSee WEIRD, A4 H OW WEIRD IS THAT?!SE AN MCCARTHY W est Melbourne chief hid cops drug theft from mayor, city WEST MELBOURNE City officials in West M elbourne are upset that their police chief did not disclose that a former commander stole and used illegal drugs from a police evidence room. City manager Scott Mor gan apologized to W est Melbourne residents and said city officials are cooperating with the Florida D epartment of Law Enforcement. W e let the citizenry down, and wereCouncilman describes case as OxyContin cover-upBy Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.com Brian LockSee THEFT, A2By Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.comSee HARASSMENT, A5 Native sing-along Andy Stefanek/staff photographerJohn Ellis of Melbourne plays one of his homemade guitars during the Native Rhythms Festival at Wickham Park in Melbourne. The festival featured native and environmental arts and crafts, flute and drumming workshops, as well as great food and music.Radio station holds Holiday Toy Drive to benefit local childrenThis holiday season, 98.5 The B each is doing more than playing classic tunes to spread Christmas cheer. The radio station is holding a H oliday Toy Drive to benefit the Early Learning Coalition of Brevar d, an organization that provides children with quality care while parents attend work or school by providing programs for subsidized childcare and voluntary prekindergarten, said Ann B eecham, a director at the Early Learning Coalition of Brevard. E thel Pinkerton, a marketing consultant with 98.5 The Beach, said this years Holiday Toy Drive is the first to benefit the Early Learning Coalition of Brevard. S he said she hopes the station will receive enough donations to provide toys to 100 families. Ms. Beecham said this toy drive is unique because each family receiving assistance has been screened and a need has been determined through the Early Learning Coalition of Brevar d. Donations could help y oung and working families attain self-sufficiency, she said. W e already know these parents are making efforts towards working and going to school, she said. They just need help getting their feet on the ground. U nwrapped toys for infants to 14-year-old children can be donated at 98.5 The Beachs office, located at 380 N. Wickham R oad, Suite I, in Melbourne. Toys can also be dropped off at the offices of the Holiday Toy Drives sponsors: Rosner Chevrolet in M elbourne; Exceptional Dentistry in Melbourne; Juice N Java C af in Cocoa Beach; The Eye In stitute in Melbourne, Rockledge and Palm Bay; Animal Emergency and Critical Care C enter of Brevard in Melbourne; Emerald Island Nursery in Rockledge; and Suddath Relocation in M elbourne. Ms. Beecham said cash donations made to the Early Learning C oalition of Brevard through the organizations website, www.elcbrevard.org, will provide educational materials for its programs. She said the state will match $16.67 to every dollar donated. Therefore, if you give $10 to the Early Learning Coalition of Brevard, the organization98.5 The Beach helps working families and their children by collecting toysBy Meagan McGonemmcgone@hometownnewsol.com See TOY, A4 School district names top teachers, employeesAfter much deliberation, the Brevard County School D istrict has narrowed it down to a total of 12 finalists for both the 2012 Teacher of the Y ear and 2012 Employee of the Year. Each finalist was notified in person by Brevard County Schools Superintendent Dr. Br ian Binggeli last month at his or her school or place of work. The six outstanding educators for Teacher of the Year three elementary and three secondary school teachers we re selected from a pool of 90 nominees throughout the district. The Teacher of the Year program highlights outstanding educators who exemplify the best the profession has to offer, said Superintendent B inggeli in a press release. The finalists are as follows: Carleen Beard, a sixthgrade teacher from Freedom 7 Elementary School of International Studies in Cocoa B each, who is a five-year veteran of Brevard Public Schools. Kimberly Botelho, a thirdgrade teacher at Columbia Elementary in Palm Bay, who has been teaching in Brevard for 15 years. Debra Connaughton, a kindergarten teacher from Enterprise Elementary in C ocoa, who has taught at the school for the past 16 years. Shereen Luchten, an eighth-grade science teacher at McNair Magnet Middle School in Cocoa, who has taught science for the past seven years. Carole Quintal, a senior high English teacher at Merr itt Island High School in M erritt Island, who has taught English for 11 years. Keith Schachter, a seventh-grade world cultures teacher at Stone Middle School in Melbourne, who is currently in his fourth year of teaching. Mrs. Connaughton, who was recognized for her sense of creativity and innovative class activities at Enterprise,Six finalists chosen in each categoryBy T ammy Robertstroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee TEACHERS, A2 Mike Hazlett

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sorry, Mr. Morgan said at a news conference at West Melbourne City Hall. W e apologize. It could have been prosecuted as a crime, but it was not, Mr. Mor gan said, M eanwhile, police chief Br ian Lock, who has been with the West Melbourne police force since 1980, is seeking another post. Chief Lock, who became W est Melbournes police chief in 1990, was named one of four finalists for the position of police chief in Springfield, T enn. He was also named one of eight finalists for the chiefs job in Ponce Inlet in Volusia C ounty. Chief Lock could not be r eached for comment because he was traveling in T ennessee in connection with his potential job. City officials were upset that they were left out of the loop after Commander Charles Schrum admitted to Chief Lock in 2009 that he removed drugs from the property room for his own use. Mr. Morgan released a security camera video that shows Commander Schrum r emoving items from the property room on June 17-19, 2009. D ays after admitting the drug theft, Commander Schrum went on medical leave, citing leg pain, and officially retired on Jan. 4, 2010. He could not be reached for comment. H e receives a publicly paid disability retirement pension of $34,000 a year, Mr. Morgan said. City officials were upset about being left in the dark because West Melbourne is one of a few Florida cities where all department heads, including the police chief, r eport directly to the City C ouncil and to the mayor. I am livid, Mayor Hal Rose said. The commander took drugs out of the evidence r oom and the cameras were turned around, and we didnt know anything about it. When he retired, I asked for his personnel records, and there is not one word about that situation. I am upset. We have some real questions to ask the chief when we get together. The whole thing smells. The chief has given us over 30 y ears of good service. But this 5 percent is huge. We arrest people for stealing drugs. B ut this person (Mr. Schrum) was never arrested, or even reprimanded, Mayor R ose said. May or Rose said a major concern is whether any of our criminal cases are compromised meaning that missing drugs could impede criminal prosecutions for lack of evidence. However Mr. Morgan assured the mayor that the drugs that were stolen had been held in the case of a person who died. B ut Mayor Rose said he is not so sure all cases are safe. There was another bag of drugs taken over a three-day period, Mayor Rose said. The first time he took the drugs, nothing happened to him. The firs day, he took a bottle of drugs, and the next day he took a cartful of drugs, May or Rose said. The incident came to light when City Councilman M ichael J. Hazlett received an anonymous tip on Nov. 15 about the stolen drugs. Mr. Hazlett said he immediately informed all city officials, and Chief Lock then acknowledged he failed to inform his superiors of the drug theft. Mr. Hazlett said the Chief Locks lapse involved a friend, Mr. Schrum, who served the city for 20 years. I t s one of his best friends, Mr. Hazlett said. When he became a police officer, the chief swore an oath to uphold the Constitution, to the state of Florida and to the city of W est Melbourne. He didnt swear an oath to defend his friend. Mr. Hazlett, who termed the case an OxyContin coverup, said Mr. Schrum was sent to Circles of Care for rehabilitation, then went to a private r ehab facility in Alabama, unbeknownst to anyone (on the council) for three months. Mr. Schrum would have been responsible for the drug r ehab bill, which could reach $60,000, Mr. Hazlett said. M r. Schrum was brought back to West Melbourne and was never terminated, Mr. H azlett said. He was just silently pushed out the door to collect a pension for the r est of his life. Mr. Morgan said criminal F riday, December 9, 2011 A2 MelbourneHometown News Others May Say It But We Really Do PayTOPDOLLAR406N. 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For me, there has been nothing more rewarding than to be nominated by colleagues and co-workers. I have really enjoyed the whole formal selection process, and I know whoever is selected will be an outstanding representative of Brevard County teachers. The winner for Teacher of the Year will be the countys r epresentative in the states 2013 Teacher of the Year competition and the recipient of more than $3,000 in cash and prizes. Br evard Public Schools has also selected six finalists for the Employee of the Year award, who have been nominated by their colleagues for their significant contributions to improving their schools or other sites within the district. A total of 93 individuals we re nominated for the award, which was narrowed down to six by a selection committee made up of school leaders and district personnel. I am very proud of these six individuals, Superintendent Binggeli said in a press r elease. They are wonderful r epresentatives of the many hardworking staff members, who perform critical roles in our school district. The finalists are as follows: Ginger Blair, communications program coordinator for Br evard Public Schools District Communications, who also serves as the district coordinator, district mentor coordinator, district business partner coordinator and co-chair of the Parent and Community Engagement Committee. Michael Chavannes, campus monitor at Cocoa High School in Cocoa, who has been a district employee for nearly 12 years and has been nominated for Employee of the Year eight times since 2000. Deputy Michael Doyle, school resource officer at Ho ov er Middle School in Indialantic, who has been with Ho ov er for the past three y ears and also coaches basketball at the school. Barbara Joplin, instructional assistant at Sea Park Elementary School in Satellite B each, who has worked at the school for the past five years and has been nominated twice for the award. Roxanne Knowles, schoolage child care group leader at W estside Elementary School in Palm Bay, who has worked with the school for one year, but has been an active volunteer at Westside for the past seven years. Stuart Sheinman, technology/network support associate at West Melbourne Elementary School for Science in West Melbourne, who has been with the school for the past five years and also serves as a member of his principals leadership team and was elected staff representative for his schools advisory council. Ms. Blair, who has been with District Communications for a little more than a y ear, prior to working for the Br evard Schools Foundation, said she feels privileged to be nominated amongst such an outstanding group of individuals. Ms. Blair said she also felt extremely honored that S uperintendent Binggeli personally went to the workplace of each employee to inform him or her that they were finalists. I t was so nice of him to take the time to personally congratulate us, she said. While the winners of both T eacher of the Year and Employee of the Year will have been decided as of press time, the names will be kept a secret until Jan. 19, when the Br evard Schools Foundation hosts the Applauding Breva rd s Champions awards gala at the Maxwell C. King C enter in Melbourne. The names of the 12 finalists will be revealed at the event, as well as the districts V olunteer of the Year, Business Partner of the Year and Par ent Involvement winner.T eachersF rom page A1 TheftF rom page A1 KNOWLEDGEISATERRIBLETHING TOW ASTE... www.hometownnewsol.comSubscribe Today!

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, December 9, 2011 Melbourne A3 Hours: M-F 9am-6pm Sat 9am-3pm Adorn Yourself With All That Glitters4000 Dixie Hwy NE (US1) Palm Bay321-725-3451 Juvederm/Restylane Treatments P elleve (Skin Tightening) Botox $1 0.00 Per Unit3217 22-3223Marshall I. Gladnick, M.D. 2061 PalmBay Road, Ste. 100, N.E. Palm Bay gladeyecarecenter.comHoliday Specials Holiday Specials Holiday Specials20%Off ServicesAdd A Customized Facial To Any Service For 20%OffNot to be combined with any other offers Offer expires 12/31/11 Gift Certificates Available BUSINESSJoseph Downs earns CASP certificationThe Coalition for Leadership in Aging Services honors Joseph Downs, administrator of Westminster Asbury in Cocoa, as a member of the 2010-11 Certified Aging Services Professional graduating class from the U niversity of North Texas. After successfully completing the required professional training and three comprehensive examinations, Mr. Downs has been awarded the CASP designation and was acknowledged at the annual meeting of LeadingAge (formerly AAHSA) in Washington, D .C., during the week of Oct. 16-19. Mr. Downs was among approximately 120 graduates in the class of 2010-11. As a graduate, he joins a notable group of over 2060 individuals nationwide who have earned their CASP certification. He has dedicated the past 15 years to helping older adults live a dignified envir onment, surrounded by individuals committed to providing quality care and support. In S eptember, Mr. Downs also achieved his Certification for Occupancy Specialist with the National Center for Housing Management. W estminster Asbury, a r etirement community serving the needs of senior citiz ens for over 40 years is located in Cocoa. It is part of W estminster Communities of Florida, the largest notfor-profit, active living housing and healthcarer elated organization in the state. F ounded in Bradenton in 1954, and now headquartered in Orlando, Westminster Communities of Florida includes 19 active living and r ental retirement communities providing services to more than 5,000 people statewide. It is also a recognized leader in its field nationally and internationally. F or more information, visit www.westminsterretirement.org. Business newsAN NOUNCEMENTS Goodwill opens new Merritt Island storeOn Wednesday, Nov. 30, more than 100 local residents attended the grand opening of Goodwill Industries of Central Floridas newest Merritt Island store, located at 1550 N. Courtenay Par kway, Merritt Island. A ttendees brought some of their old items to the event as donations and also found time to shop for gently-used items. To continue the celebration, shoppers were able to take advantage of special deals throughout the weekend. B ill Oakley, CEO of Goodwill Industries of Central F lorida said, Most people dont realize that for every 24 pounds in donations Goodwill receives, one person with a disability or other barr ier to employment gains access to programs and services that help them secure a permanent job and become self-sufficient. Bringing your items to us, helps pay it forward to local people in need. S ince 1959, Goodwill I ndustries of Central Florida has provided vocational and job placement services to 300,000 people with disabilities and other barriers to employment. W ith 25 retail locations in Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Br evard, Lake and Volusia counties, Goodwill directly channels more than 90 percent of its annual revenue into programs that enable individuals to secure longterm employment and become self-sufficient. F or more information about Goodwill Industries of C entral Florida,visit www.goodwillcfl.org.Daily Bread groundbreakingD aily Bread Inc. invites all to attend the ground breaking for its new administration and services building on Sa turday, Dec. 10, at 9:30 a.m., at 805 East Fee Ave., M elbourne. The new building will include showers, laundry facilities, offices for Daily Br ead and community partners and counseling rooms. In addition, the existing kitchen/dining building will be renovated to provide a larger dining hall and kitchen for the volunteers who serve food 365 days a y ear. D aily Bread is a nonprofit corporation, supported primarily by donations, dedicated to improving the dignity and quality of life of the hungry in the community by providing a hot meal seven days a week and hygienic services, without charge, to anyone in need, without r egard to race, color, creed, sex or age. Fur ther information may be obtained from John Farr ell,Daily Bread executive director,at (321) 723-1060.Five Guys Burgers & F ries Bengels Burgers Franchise opens restaurant in Merritt IslandThe Bengels Burgers Five G uys Burgers & Fries franchise has opened its 17th C entral Florida location. The new restaurant is located in Merritt Island at 500 East Merritt Island C auseway. The new restaurant seats 100 people, and the building is about 2,500 square feet. It also features the new C oca-Cola Freestyle. The machine offers more than 100 drink choices with an easy to use touch screen. I ncluding this new location, the Bengels Burgers Fi ve Guys franchise now employs 460 people across C entral Florida. In J une 2009, the franchise began donating 10 percent of all restaurant location salesF or Hometown NewsnewsML@hometownnewsol.com Joseph DownsSee B USINESS, A7

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V icki and Peter Damon met while both were vacationing in the Bahamas 14 y ears ago. When she left to r eturn to reality a career in computer technology and her house in North Car olina Peter followed her with his trawler, refusing to leave unless she came with him. In six months, Vickis r eality became living aboard Nomad, which, conveniently, is the couples last name spelled backward and accurately represents the Damons lifestyle. S tarting my life with P eter enabled me to get back to my art, she said. W ith her new life, she r ekindled an old passion and picked up the paintbrush she had put down for her career. Now, 14 years later, she is an internationally recognized artist. S he creates her pieces by brushing colorful French dyes across silk canvases. An art form she learned at a workshop about seven y ears ago, silk painting is difficult to master because the dyes are hard to manipulate on the slick silk, she said. M y goal was to paint portraits on silk, which Ive been able to do, she said. In addition to portraits, V icki creates silk wearable art and framed pieces for display influenced by her extensive travels, particularly in Central America, she said. T ogether, Vicki and Peter have logged more than 40,000 miles on Nomad, visiting countries spanning as far south as Guatemala and as far north as Canada. I n Central America, the people are so colorful and the cultures are so interesting, she said. I really get inspired by all of the different areas we travel to. Though shes visited and lived in many countries, including Belize for a year and Nicaragua, she said G uatemala could possibly be her favorite destination. On a particular trip there, she rented a small house with Peter with a river running in both the front and back yards. After interacting with natives, the charm stuck with her. She uses photos from that trip as subject matter for some of her pieces. When the couple docks in Melbourne, Vicki participates in the local art scene by contributing to juried shows and fine art festivals, she said. She recently won the Patron Award at Fifth Av enue Art Gallerys 100% Pu re F lorida exhibition. B eing an artist is a fulltime job, especially when Im participating in a lot of shows and festivals, she said. Luckily, the way I live allows me to be free to commit to what I love. F or more information, visit www.vickidamon.com. F riday, December 9, 2011 A4 MelbourneHometown News T wo Feathers Gallery, Inc.833 E. New Haven Ave. Old Historic Downtown Melbourne(321) 733-1227 Specializing in W hite BuffaloTurquoiseCome in and See Our LARGE Selection ofJewelry! Unique Native American Jewelry Unique Native American Jewelry The Luck of the Irish! Tapestry &CottonThrows Bar Signs Family Coat of Arms Jewelry Personalized ItemsBrevard's Largest Selection of AUTHENTIC Irish Merchandise! The Irish Shop The Irish ShopCustom Gifts &Step Dance Supplies Historic Downtown Melbourne 818 E. New Haven Avenue Melbourne,FL321-723-0122www.the-irish-shop.com 11thAnnual 'Holiday & Candlelight Shopping'Saturdays: November 26th & December 3,10,& 17th 5-9pm in Historic Downtown MelbourneV isit www.downtownmelbourne.com or Call 321-724-1741 for more infoOur merchants cordially invite you to enjoy the sights, sounds and tastes of the holiday season fashioned after Old English Country Holiday Traditions. Shops remain open late,are lit with white candles and lights,and merchants serve such holiday fare as wassail,cookies,tea,mulled cider,wine,cakes, candy canes,and hot chocolate.All evenings feature a variety of holiday entertainment with musicians,choirs, carolers,entertainers,'Father Christmas' and 'Cookie the Clown' strolling the streets,the arcades and inside the shops.Special entertainment on certain nights 9 00 East New Haven Downtown Melbourne321.727.3600ChristmasSAVE30%on any 1 itemwith HTN Coupon Expires Dec. 30, 2011 Art Supplies Stationary Gifts Complete line office supplies & furniture Dell Laptops Off LeaseExcellent Condition Full Warranty$295&up 321-951-0000Call Mr. Chips720 E. New Haven Ave. Melbourne, FL 32901 321-914-0801550 Strawbridge Avenue Melbourne, Florida 32901Check Our Website at: www.spacecoasthearingcare.comNo One Beats Our Service or Price! Visit Our Beautiful Facility! 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We honor all the worlds major religionsThe Center for Spiritual Living-Space Coast 835 Executive Lane, Suite 136 Rockledge, Fl 32955 321-338-2990 www.cslspacecoast.orgSpace Coast Space Coast Sundays 10:00am 11thAnnual 'Holiday & Candlelight Shopping'Saturdays: December 10th & 17th 5-9pm in Historic Downtown MelbourneV isit www.downtownmelbourne.com or Call 321-724-1741 for more infoOur merchants cordially invite you to enjoy the sights, sounds and tastes of the holiday season fashioned after Old English Country Holiday Traditions. Shops remain open late,are lit with white candles and lights,and merchants serve such holiday fare as wassail,cookies,tea,mulled cider,wine,cakes, candy canes,and hot chocolate.All evenings feature a variety of holiday entertainment with musicians,choirs, carolers,entertainers,'Father Christmas' and 'Cookie the Clown' strolling the streets,the arcades and inside the shops.Special entertainment on certain nights VISIT US FOR THE HOLIDAYS!Unique Gifts, Delicious Restaurants & the Best Professional Services!Local artist embraces nomadic lifestyle By Meagan McGonemmcgone@hometownnewsol.com Staff photo by Meagan McGoneVicki Damon paints with F rench dyes on a stretched silk canvas while aboard Nomad, the trawler that she and her husband, P eter, call home. will actually receive $166.70. Da ve Poore, 98.5 The B eachs station manager, said he encourages people to drop off toys to make the Holiday Toy Drive a great success. W e re hoping everyone will get involved to help 98.5 The Beach help the Early Learning Coalition of Brevard make this y ears Christmas just a little bit brighter for the children of hardworking families that are struggling to afford child care, he said. F or more information, call the Early Learning Coalition of Brevard at (321) 637-1800,or call 98.5 The Beach at (321) 752-9850.ToyF rom page A1the boat, said Box Elder C ounty Sheriffs Chief D eputy Kevin Potter. After the man got out of the boat, a dog inside the vessel jumped up on the bow and stepped on the gun. The gun fired and shot the man in the buttocks. Medical crews later removed 27 pellets of birdshot. The fact the man was w earing waders likely helped prevent a more serious injury, Potter said. The gun was fired from approximately 10 feet away, he said. Potter did not have information on the type of dog that stepped on the shotgun. Fr om msnbc.msn.com : F acebooking juror kicked off murder trial A juror on a murder trial was dismissed when the trial judge learned through an anonymous phone call that she had ignored a direct order to stay away from the Internet and had posted entries about the case on Facebook. Among other things in a long list of entries posted while she was in the courthouse, the woman said the case intrigued her and she wanted be in contact with the accused after the trial, that a fellow juror annoyed her so much by cracking her knuckles that I want to punch her, and that she thought the defendant was presumed guilty. S he also took photos in the courtroom hallway of other jurors shoes, posted them on her Facebook page and made disparaging r emarks about them, according to transcripts of a court hearing on her dismissal. S he did all of this after S uperior Court Judge W illiam Froeberg warned her and the other jurors that they are not to do any independent investigation, consult any reference material or talk about the case with anyone else until deliberations begin. Fr oeberg added, And the biggest evil facing the world today: the Internet. Please stay off the Internet oh, and tweeting. We dont want any tweeting or texting either, he told the jury. The woman juror did not tweet, but she did post several entries on her F acebook page about being selected as juror No. 12 in the trial of People versus Christian William Carney, which is scheduled to last several weeks. D eputy District Attorney Ebr ahim Baytieh asked that the juror be dismissed, ye lled at and possibly prosecuted, according to a transcript of the hearing. Fr om sfgate.com: P olice disarm man with fake gun during filming Se veral San Francisco police officers responding to a 911 call about an armed robbery ran into the Alpha Market on Cole Street with guns drawn. Dr op the gun! an officer ordered, aiming his weapon at a man in a ski mask brandishing a pistol. I nstead of dropping the gun, the man in the mask turned to the officers and said, Its a movie! Thats what they all say. What happened next, according to Ade Saba, o wner of the Alpha Market, is that the police got really upset. They wanted him to drop the gun, but the guy didnt take it seriously because he knows its a plastic gun, S aba said. The police report said the gunman refused to put down his pistol, and the officers overpowered and disarmed him. He was notW eirdF rom page A1 See WEIRD, A5

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, December 9, 2011 Melbourne A5 Police report Indian Harbour Beach P olice Department Christopher James Phillips, 18, of 2306 Woodlawn Circle, M elbourne, was charged Nov. 30 with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.Melbourne P olice Department Elodia B. Aldapa, 52, of 423 Riverview Lane, Melbourne B each, was charged Nov. 25 with aggravated battery causing bodily harm. Richard S. First, 27, of 1245 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne, was charged Nov. 27 with attempting to solicit/conspire, two counts of petit larceny and two counts of unarmed burglary of an unoccupied conveyance. Patrick Shannon Fox, 49, of 1701 Evans Road, Melbourne, was charged Nov. 27 with felony battery on a person 65 y ears old or older. Tony D. Scott, 41, of 1006 Br others Ave., Melbourne, was charged Nov. 27 with unarmed r obbery and larceny. Matthew Woolner, 42, of 2367 Floridiane Drive, Melbourne, was charged Nov. 27 with felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Anandi Shanybe Pennyfeather, 29, of 1780 Steele S t., Melbourne, was charged Nov. 28 with burglary with assault/battery and two counts of felony battery. Toni Terese Gerber, 33, of 2238 Hialeah St. N.E., Palm Ba y, was charged Nov. 29 with larceny, dealing in stolen property and passing forged/altered identification to a secondhand property dealer. Marilyn Solis, 21, of 817 O sage Ave., Melbourne, was charged Nov. 29 with petit larceny and trespassing.Brevard County Sheriffs Office Heather D. Sammons, 25, of 1145 Dove St., Melbourne, was charged Nov. 25 with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of cocaine and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana. Jerry Collier, 27, of 1423 R andolph St., Melbourne, was charged Nov. 26 as an out-ofstate fugitive. Humberto Alfredo LagosZ elaya, 33, of 1508 Stanley Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged Nov. 26 with passing a forged/altered bank bill/note. Leeann Rebecca Steele, 30, of 341 Tuscany Way, Melbourne, was charged Nov. 26 with driving while license suspended, refusing to submit to a balance test and felony driving under the influence. Kyle Lee Hartwigs, 19, of 6592 Fawnridge Drive, Melbourne, was charged Nov. 27 with armed burglary of a dwelling/structure/conveyance, attempting to solicit/conspire, felony battery and felony on-site violation of probation. William Morris Strick, 46, of 1003 Wimbledon Drive, Melbourne, was charged Nov. 27 with felony child abuse. Deborah Lee Tyler, 50, of 1155 Carissa Place, Melbourne, was charged Nov. 28 with felony driving under the influence and felony violation of probation. Tiffany Elizabeth Dejong, 30, of 11th Ave. A, Melbourne, was charged Nov. 29 with felony on-site violation of probation, possession of cocaine and three counts of violation of probation. Phillip Guccione, 50, of 1834 Audora Park Circle, Melbourne, was charged Nov. 29 with refusing to submit to a balance test, simple assault on a person 65 years old or older, driving while license suspended, felony on-site violation of probation and felony driving under the influence. James Harris, 23, of 3477 C abbage Palm Ave., Melbourne, was charged Nov. 29 with trespassing, unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling and two counts of larceny. Amanda M. Mills, 19, of 2500 Fairway Drive, Melbourne, was charged Nov. 30 with armed burglary of a dwelling/structure/conveyance and larceny. Larry Larcell Thompson, 18, of 1245 Palm Bay Road, M elbourne, was charged Nov. 30 with unarmed robbery. Lauren Beth Bridges, 18, of 2473 Majestic Ave., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 1 with dealing in stolen property and fraud-giving false ownership information to pawn items. Ryan Glen Cornman, 28, of 1243 Sorento Circle, West Melbourne, was charged Dec. 1 with unarmed robbery. Westley Blake Heller, 21, of 4466 Four Lakes Drive, Melbourne, was charged Dec. 1 with petit larceny, resisting in the recovery of property and trespassing. Jennifer R. Moore, 20, of 4651 Eau Gallie Blvd., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 1 with dealing in stolen property, fraud-illegal use of credit cards, fraud-giving false ownership information to pawn items, petit larceny, unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling and two counts of larceny. Jordan Faith Paci, 23, of 2955 Kemble Wick Drive, Melbourne, was charged Dec.1 with grand theft auto and felony on-site violation of probation. Editors note: This is a list of arrests,not convictions, and all arrestees are presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty in a court of law. gal right on red, which is ridiculous, Mr. H azlett said. M y wife said, You get paid $50 a week to be on the council, and yo u ve done a lot of good for the city, and they come after you with this? I said, H oney, its smalltown politics. The City Council ov errode Mr. Hazletts r ecommendation and voted 4-3 to retain police salaries at curr ent levels. Pr eviously, Mike Scudiero, spokesman for the Coastal Florida P olice Benevolent Association, said police officers in West M elbourne are seeking to unionize for wage stability and because of recent comments by Mr. H azlett. There has been some rhetoric in the last few months out of City Hall, Mr. Scudiero said. You can only take so much before you have to stand up for yourself. The name-calling and the semantics have made for a tough working environment for these officers. Mr. Hazlett had r eferred via email to a city employee as a corrupt union thug and described the police department as B everly Hills P.D. because of its level of funding. The police allege Mr. Hazlett did not make a complete stop when he made a right turn at Minton Road and Norfolk Parkway. The officer alleges that Mr. Hazlett also crossed a white line several times. Mr. Hazlett said the traffic citation is suspicious because he has earned a Safe Dr iver designation on his drivers license, and does not drink. I had four cops pull me over and they tied me up for almost an hour, Mr. Hazlett said. They kept walking up to my window with different charges. I m not a drinker, and they made me out to be an alcoholic with multiple violations, which is not true, Mr. Hazlett said. May or Hal Rose said it was good law enforcement by his department, which has 35 officers. W est Melbourne is fortunate to have a very large ration of policemen on the street for a city our size, the mayor said. Asked why it took four officers to conduct a routine traffic stop, Mayor Rose said: Ma ybe it was a slow night.HarassmentF rom page A1arrested. D uo Creative has been filming at Alpha Market each month for the past y ear. The show is filmed in S an Francisco in English, but shown with Japanese voice-over in Japan. U ltimately, Duo Creative had all the proper permits and did not need to inform the police about the bogus burglary because it was on private property. P olice spokesman Officer Albie Esparza agreed that the company had no legal obligation to inform the police because the filming took place on private property. But the unidentified person who called 911 did the right thing, Esparza said. Fr om news.yahoo.com: T exas man rescued after becoming stuck in chimney Fi re officials say a Texas man who had to be rescued from the chimney of his house wasnt trying to be S anta Claus. He was just locked out of his house. Fi re officials say they had to hoist the 22-year-old man by rope from the chimney of his house in southwest Lubbock. D eputy Fire Marshal R obert Loveless tells the Lu bbock AvalancheJ ournal that the man and his family were locked out of their house. Loveless says the man, wanting to save the price of a locksmith, decided to enter the house through the chimney as his wife and child waited outside. Loveless says the mans wife called 911 after he became stuck. Firefighters hauled him out about an hour later. He was not injured. S ean McCarthy can be reached at help@ComputeThisOnline.com (no hyphens).W eirdF rom page A4

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A6 THIS WEEKS LUCKY THIS WEEKS LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLE If This is your license plate go to the nearest HTN Office to verify by noon Tuesday.CONGRATULATIONSto Last Weeks Winner,Victoria J. Allenof South Daytona! GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY!Stop by ANY office or CALL!!!WIN $100-$1000 I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIAN RIVER CO.772-569-6767MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 Americans deserve betterI have a short quote for everyone. I wished I had said this, but I did not. And I am going to give credit to the person who said it. And it starts: The fact that we are here today to debate raising Americas debt limit is a sign of leadership failure. It is a sign that the United States government cannot pay its o wn bills. It is a sign that we now depend on on-going financial assistance from foreign countries to finance our governments reckless, fiscal policies. Increasing Americas debt, we can invest domestically and internationally. Leadership means that the buck stops here. Instead, Washington is shifting the burden of bad choices today onto the backs of our children and grandchildren. America has a debt problem and a failure of leadership. Americans deserve better. Who said that? Senator B arrack H. Obama, March 2006. He s a genius, always passing the buck to somebody to somebody else, passing the blame off to someone else. It is amazing.Get and keep the drunks off our Florida state roadsP olice are not cracking down on all drunks, but the very simple answer to this problem is why dont they park themselves out of every bar, saloon and cat house in Florida and check the peoples breath when they come out? That is the only reason they are going in there is to get plastered and drunk. They dont want to do it at home where it is safe for them to drink. They want to go out and then drive on our streets, drunk as skunks. So why dont the police just sit there in front of every bar and check them as they come out, arrest their drunken butts and put them in the slammer?A rant for NB A ownersI guess what I have is a ra ve for the National Basketball Association owners. A friend of mine suggested that the best thing to do for the owners is to dissolve the NBA, and then start the team back with another name and have the rules and regulations in place. That would cause a lot more people to be happy, and it would be spelled out. Thank you.How far we have fallen, what we have lostHe y, I saw my rant in the paper today. I never though I would see it. It encourages me to give y ou another one. I wonder how many of y ou are amused and perplexed at the strike of the multi-millionaire basketball players against the billionaire owners of the basketball teams. I was amazed at the coverage and the obvious concern of the media. Thinking about it, it took me back to my childhood in the 1920s where men worked 12 hours a day and six days a week for survival wages. I remember when the workers finally struck the companies, and the companies brought in other workers to fill the jobs. The strikers formed picket lines to keep the r eplacement workers out of the plants. In my fathers case, it was a railroad roundhouse, where skilled workers, pipe fitters, boilermakers, sheet metal workers and welders worked to keep the steam locomotives repaired and r unning. To counter the picket, the companies hired s trikebreakers to intimidate the strikers to allow the replacement workers they were called scabs through the picket lines. The strikebreakers were armed with various types of clubs, axe handles, short bats, hammer handles and guns. Battles did occur. I remember Dad coming home after serving on the picket line with blood on his face and bloody knuckles. And then he would add to his collection of various types of clubs, and many times take a pistol from his pocket and lay it on the 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, DECEMBER 9, 2011 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM Andy Stefanek/staff photographerJohn Pasko of Palm Bay and Wendy Gough of Melbourne decorate the Families of the Shield tree at The 2 7th Annual Festival of Trees at the Maxwell C. King Center in Melbourne. Every angel on the tree represents an officer fallen in the line of duty in America.Tree of memoriesLettersThe truth about 9/11 is the k ey to peaceTo the editor: Why is it when the president of Ir an says explosive material, not planes, brought down the World Tr ade Center, it is suddenly front page news to be ridiculed and ostracized; yet when thousands of our own citizens say the same thing, they are ignored by the press for years now, despite having solid evidence as proof (The Open Chemical Physics Journal, 2009, 2, 7-31)? W ith well over 1,600 licensed architects and engineers calling for a new independent investigation into the events of 9/11, Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth (as911Truth.org) have just completed their new documentary D VD /11 Explosive Evidence; E xperts Speak Out. It features dozens of credentialed building professionals from Americas top universities explaining why the governments account of 9/11 is unscientific and false (911 expertsspeakout.org). N umerous other video documentaries, as well as volumes of factual and scientific evidence disproving the official 9/11 story, now exist. E vidently, the only exception to this media-imposed silence is when the source is one whom our government would have us vilify. The bias in this instance is so obvious that it exposes the corpor ate mass media as duplicitous warmongers, because the truth about 9/11 is the key to peace. It also points an incriminating finger at who the real 9/11 conspirators are. M eanwhile, aware and informed patriots are left in the unenviable position of knowing their own government espouses a lie and goes to war for it, while our supposed enemy is telling the truth. Br uce Morgan C ocoaPreventing home burglary not as hard as you thinkYou might be surprised to learn just how easy it is to stop burglars from getting into your home. Some people have r esigned themselves to the thought that if a criminal wants to get in, there is not much they can do about it. For tunately, that is not the case. By installing just a few simple and inexpensive upgrades and taking a few precautions, you can greatly reduce your familys chances of being victimized. Most burglars are looking for the fastest and easiest target possible. Bur glars typically target homes they believe to be temporarily unoccupied to avoid being confronted by a homeowner with a gun. Cr iminals drive, bike or walk through neighborhoods, usually during daylight hours, looking for homes that appear vulnerable and vacant. They look for lights on during the day or an accumulation of mail or newspapers that may indicate homeowners are away. While exterior lighting is an excellent crime deterrent at night, do not allow outside lights to be on during the day as it sends the wrong message to criminals that you are away. Put lights on timers or solar switches to ensure lights are off during the day. Do not allow newspapers and fliers to gather in the driveway or near the front door. If on vacation, consider putting a hold on y our mail or ask a trusted member to hold your mail and packages until your r eturn. Only tell people who absolutely need to know that you are going away. Sometimes, it is the family member of a neighbor who is aware you are gone who commits the burglary. M ost burglars start at the same place the front door. They do this for several reasons. Primarily, because they need to knock to ensure no one is home. They can spend some time there without arousing suspicion. They can peer through glass and determine if the home has a dog or an alarm system (two things burglars dislike). M any front doors open inward, and unfortunately, that makes them very easy to kick in. The burglar ensures no neighbors are looking and then hits the door with his foot or shoulder to open it. Most of these doors, even those with deadbolt locks, are forced open easily. How? It is not typically the door or the deadbolt that is weak, but the door jamb itself. The little strike plate in the door jamb (the part the deadbolt slides into) is frequently held in place by small screws. When force is exerted on the door, the soft wood of the jamb splits easily and the door opens. The burglar enters, closing the door behind him, leaving no outside clues. How can you stop that? It is actually fairly easy. Replace that little strike plate with a security strike plate with long screws available at many hardware stores or online. Obscure all clear glass at or near the front door so that the burglar cannot see inside. The less he can see, the more uncomfortable he will be and the more likely he will leave without attempting a burglary. Signs near the front door indicating a monitored alarm system or B eware of Dog are also good deterrents. Even if y ou dont have a dog, a big empty dog bowl near the front door can stop a burglar in his tracks. Think like a burglar. Why would a burglar want to risk encountering a home with a big dog when there are so many homes without dogs? S ome people will leave a garage door partially open for pets or ventilation. Bur glars driving by are attracted to a partially open garage door and will quickly squeeze under the door to access the garage. Once inside your garage, they can use tools to claw through the drywall to get into your home, all while being completely undetected by neighbors. If your home has attic stairs in the garage, they can use them to get into your attic and then walk across your trusses and drop down through your ceiling into y our home. S ide doors with windows are also attractive to burglars. Most side entry doors are somewhat secluded and the glass is easy to break. A burglars objective is not to wriggle through the broken glass, but rather to reach through and unlock the door. You can stop this by installing a door without a window, or adding security screening or using a double cylinder deadbolt lock (if code allows). To prevent burglars from breaking in through a window, supplemental locks (thumbscrews) can be applied to the inside frames. After a burglar breaks a window and unlocks the factory locks, these little locks will still prevent the window from opening. The burglar doesnt know why and doesnt have the time to find out. Hes made noise and he is still outside and he probably wont stick around too long to figure it out. Ensure all family members know about these security upgrades and can remove them during times of emergency. Lastly, sliding glass doors can be a problem. A burglar can defeat most locks with a simple screwdriver. To stop this, security pins can be installed which locks one slider into another and can prevent doors from being opened, even if the lock is compromised. Some of the older or less expensive models can be lifted right out of their frames from the outside. To help prevent this, open the slider and install security spacers (or screws with washers) in upper track. Leave a little clearance so the slider still moves freely. The spacers remove the space needed to lift the door out of the frame. By j ust doing a few things around the house, you can greatly reduce your chances of being the victim of a home burglary. F or more crime prevention tips, please go to our w ebsite at www.BrevardSheriff.com. On behalf of the proud men and women of your S heriffs Office, it is an honor to serve you. J ack Parker is the sheriff of Brevard County BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFFJACK PARK ER See R ANTS, A7 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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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, December 9, 2011 Melbourne A7 Hometown Newsbrevnews@hometownnewsol.com If you talk to Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy chorus and orchestra teacher Lorie W acaster long enough, y oull hear about the Mozart effect: the theory that exposure to classical music has a beneficial effect on cognitive development. At a school where academic achievements are the rule, not the exception, the fine arts department may be the schools best-kept secret. But not for much longer: the schools fine arts are garnering some considerable accolades. At the recent Solo and Ensemble Musical Assessments, 19 strings players brought home 23 superior and two excellent ratings. These kids are so high performing that theyre choosing between music and medicine in college, says W acaster. Additional kudos goes to violinist Kaley Stirtzinger, w ho earned a spot in the AllState Honors Orchestra, and saxophone player Nick Belsten, a Florida High School Honor Band selectee. The Upper School drama department, led by Jessica Swalchick, participated in the Florida District XI Thespian Competition, a statewide event open to all high schools. The students earned six superior rankings and two merits of excellence in categories including improvisation and pantomime. In the visual arts, Sara Ashley's work was chosen for Imagination Across America, a permanent exhibition at the Discovery Gateway Children's Museum in Salt Lake City, Utah. Mark your calendars for Holy Trinitys Fine Arts F estival on February 4th: Professional artists from the area will display and sell their work, and demonstrate their process. Area high school artists have been invited to show their work also. In April, the Lower School will be performing The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley, Jr.Hitting A High NoteHoly Trinitys award-winning fine arts department raises the bar a few octaves to Second Harvest Food B ank on the first Monday evening of each month. So far, the Bengels Burgers Five G uys franchise has donated more than $20,000 to the nonprofit. They also regularly support various schools, churches and nonprofit organizations. Visit www.fiveguys.com or call (321) 200-4550 for more information.NASA administrator highlights local firmNASA Administrator Charles Bolden toured Kegman Inc. of Melbourne, one company that supplied technology and engineering support to the Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity rover. Mr. Boldens tour of Kegman coincided with the r ecent Second Annual Small B usiness Saturday, a day to support the local small businesses that create jobs, boost the economy and preserve neighborhoods around the country. K egman Inc. is an economically disadvantaged, woman-owned, veterano wned small business. It monitors and analyzes the wind impact during launch preparations. NASA officials estimate more than 40 American companies, universities and organizations with more than 5,000 workers in 31 states and nine countries contributed to the development and construction of Cur iosity. Of those companies, at least two dozen are small businesses. F or more information about the Mars Science Laboratory mission, visit www.nasa.gov/msl. F or more information about Small Business Saturday,visit www.smallbusinesssaturday.com. W eichert Realtors Hallmark Properties adds new RealtorW eichert Realtors Hallmark Properties has announced the addition of R ealtor Martin J. Frisone to the sales team in Melbourne. Mr. Frisone serves buyers and sellers throughout Breva rd C ounty as a member of the Melbourne Area Association of Realtors and a resident of Melbourne. Pr eviously, he worked as a commercial/residential sales manager for Protective One, with offices in Orlando, Jacksonville and Tampa. Mr. Frisone is originally from Brooklyn, where he earned a bachelors degree in marketing/management from the New York Institute of Technology. The Weichert Agency is located at 7640 N. Wickham R oad, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 327-2993 or visit www.weicherthallmark.com.T ed Todd Insurance Agency relocates to new office in VieraJ amie Hill, manager of Ted T odd Insurance Agency in M elbourne, has announced that the agency office has r elocated to 6711 Lake Andrew Drive, Unit 102, at The Avenues in Viera. The new office features contemporary Florida styling and showcases photography as shot through the lenses of local landscape photographers. T ed Todd formed Ted Todd I nsurance Agency more than 25 years ago and it is now one of the largest Allstate agencies in the country. The agency has a total of seven locations with more than 40 licensed insurance professionals located throughout Lee, Collier, Brevar d, Palm Beach and Sarasota Counties. Mr. Todd is a charter member of Allstate Insurance C ompanys Hall of Fame and sits on its executive council that assists the company with strategic direction. The Ted Todd Insurance Agency provides home, auto, business, commercial, retirement and life insurance products to more than 30,000 customers in Boca R aton, Bonita Springs, Cape Cor al, Estero, Fort Myers, Lehigh Acres, Naples, Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, Sarasota, Indian Harbour Beach, S atellite Beach, Melbourne, V iera and Palm Bay. F or more information,visit www.TedToddInsurance.co m or call (321) 777-8503.BUSINESS CALENDAR FRIDAY, DEC. 9 SCORE Small Business C ounseling: 11 a.m. Melbourne Regional Chamber of C ommerce, 1005 E. Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne. For more information,call (321) 254-2288.TUESDAY, DEC. 13 Leads RUs Leads Club meeting: 11:30 a.m. Melbourne Regional Chamber of C ommerce at Brio Italiano, 2005 Vernon Place, Melbourne. F or information,call club president Glenda OCoin at (321) 254-1687. You Got To Eat Leads Club meeting: N oon. Cocoa B each Regional Chamber of C ommerce at Red Lobster, 215 E. Merritt Island Causeway, Merritt Island. C all (321) 459-2200.WEDNESDAY, DEC. 14 West Melbourne Business Association meeting: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Melbourne Regional Chamber of C ommerce at Buena Vida Estates, 2129 W. New Haven Ave ., Melbourne. F or information,call Christine at (321) 724-5400,Ext.235. The Exchange Referral Gr oup Leads Club meeting: N oon. Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce at the Broken Barrel Tavern, 4700 Babcock St. N.E., Palm Bay. F or information,call club president Rylan McCart at (321) 722-0707.THURSDAY, DEC. 15 Business Toolkit Series: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Melbourne Regional Chamber of C ommerce, 1005 E. Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne. The topic will be Tips for Public S peaking. Cost is $25 for members and Barry University alumni, and $40 for nonmembers. Register online at www.melbourneregionalchamber.com.UPCOMING EVE NTS New Partner Welcome Orientation: 8-9:30 a.m. Friday, Dec. 16. Cocoa Beach R egional Chamber of Commerce Chamber Boardroom, 400 Fortenberry Road, Merr itt Island. Call (321) 4592200. SCORE Small Business C ounseling: 11 a.m. Friday, De c. 16, Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce, 1005 E. Strawbridge Ave., M elbourne. For more information, call (321) 254-2288.BusinessF rom page A3kitchen table. My Da d s company strike did not last very long. The company realized they were paying scabs, plus the strikebreakers, and the scabs were not skilled enough to keep the locomotives repaired and running. They finally settled. My D ad now finally had Saturdays and Sundays off. He worked an 8-hour day, instead of 12. We got to see him up and awake around the house, instead of sleeping all the time. The contrast between my Da d s experience in the 1920s and the pampered players makes me wonder how far we have fallen, what we have lost. Thank you.RantsF rom page A6

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P ALM BAY At first glance, Tr easure Seekers appears to be a typical thrift shop, with wares that include furniture, toys, books, clothing, shoes, purses, picture frames and a var iety of knick knacks and collectibles. One recent customer came away with a pair of Lennox statuettes for $3 each. B ut at closer look, Treasure S eekers is more than a mere place to find a bargain. The man at the counter, Rick Ritchey, is assistant pastor at First Pentecostal Church in Palm Bay. The stores walls are adorned with such sayings as B e still, know that I am God (Psalm 46:10). M any of the stores customers are members of local churches who come to enjoy fellowship and shopping. And the stores daily proceeds go to build modest homes in Peru, Haiti, the Dominican Republic and the Amazon jungle. The store also helps support local needs. Through First Pentecostal Church, Treasure Seekers supports the Food in The Park program that feeds the homeless in a Melbourne park. It also helps feed residents of a nearby nursing home, and supports a ministry for the deaf. Tr easure Seekers, located in a strip mall on Babcock Street, opened its doors two months ago as part of its mission to help the less fortunate. Thats what were here for, to minister to each other, said Jimmy Chapman, a volunteer store manager. Of all the thousands of people who come through this store, it we can save one, its worth it. Mr. Chapman said First P entecostal Church decided to open the thrift store as a way to fund outreach programs, rather than asking church members to fund yet another project. W ith the economy the way it is, its hard to keep hitting the congregation for money, Mr. Chapman said. To do these projects in other countries and here, its hard to keep saying, We need more, we need more. The store allows us to bring in cash flow to help us do our outreach, he said. Mr. Chapman said the store can afford its inventory because it is percent donations, mostly from people in the church. P eace Lutheran Church brought in two truckloads of stuff here, Mr. Chapman said. In addition, a church member has donated the rental building, so the church pays only for taxes, lights and phones, Mr. Chapman said. C ustomer Delores Davie of P alm Bay stopped by to donate a variety of goods to the store one day, and to shop the next day. I found out the store is supporting worldwide missions, Ms. Davie said. When y ou know what good works theyre doing, you want to help. Anne Rusinko of Melbourne said the store represents more than an ordinary business transaction. There is a bigger fulfillment from getting what I need here, Ms. Rusinko said. I t s helping my needs, and somebody elses needs. Dur ing slow moments, Mr. Chapman finds another way to keep the ministry going: eBay. He signs on and lists items from the store that he hopes will be grabbed up by eBay buyers. S omebody brought in a group of old knives, so I went on eBay and sold them for $27.99, Mr. Chapman said. I shipped them to Brazil. Another item, a donated 35mm camera, sold for $51 to someone in Israel, he said. E verybody is looking for a deal because of the economy, he said. I have 46 items on eBay for sale right now. Christmas is coming up, and we want to feed the homeless. P astor Ritchey said the fundraising effort goes toward a good cause such as building a small church in Peru in 2009. W e put a corrugated plastic top on a building that in America, would be a poor way to go, Pastor Ritchey said. B ut there, it was the nicest building in town. I t has no windows, no air conditioning, no floor, and is half the size of this room. But they felt like they were uptown because we left them something that was protected from the weather, Pastor Ritchey said. Tr easure Seekers is at 4651 B abcock St.in Palm Bay.Call (321) 724-4090 for more information. 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M att Keene and Ryan C antey hope their threew eek long, 310-mile journey up the St. Johns River, which began on Dec. 7, will help them achieve several goals. F irst, they would like to r aise awareness of Floridas r ecreational opportunities, highlighting the St. Johns River as one of the states greatest assets. As the longest ri ver entirely within Floridas borders, it has much to offer for people looking for a longdistance paddling trip, Mr. K eene said. W ith a lot of Americans struggling financially right now, it is great to know that there are affordable recreational opportunities close to home, he said. S econdly, the two would like to wake up the citizens that reside near the St. Johns River by supporting the St. J ohns Riverkeeper, a nonprofit advocacy organization that tackles some of the ri vers most critical issues, including nutrient overload, elevated levels of bacteria and over withdrawal of the aquifer, Mr. Cantey said. J immy Orth, the executive director for the St. Johns Riverkeeper, said he is thrilled that Mr. Keene and Mr. Cantey are showcasing the St. Johns River and the importance of protecting it. The St. Johns has had a significant impact on culture, history and our economy, Mr. Orth said. Many communities like Palatka, J acksonville, and Enterprise may not exist if not for the St. J ohns River. It is vital to the economy of our state and our quality of life and in many ways, it defines the communities that line its banks. F inally, the two would like to exercise their passion for the outdoors, as neither kayaker is new to long-distance paddling trips. Mr. Keene, a 26-year-old M elbourne resident who studies journalism at Brevard C ommunity College, was the first person to complete the F lorida Circumnavigational S altwater Paddling Trail, a 1,500-mile trek around Florida that took him more than three months to complete. Mr. Cantey, a 24-year-old graduate of Florida State U niversity, currently resides in Jacksonville and has been kayaking for 10 years. His experience with long-distance trips includes a 240mile paddle down the S uwannee River in April, which he was inspired to do after talking to Mr. Keene when the two met hiking the F lorida Trail. Mr. Keene and Mr. Cantey will document their journey by updating Facebook and T witter daily, as well as posting pictures and journal entries every week on their w ebsite, www.marsh2mayport.com. Mr. Cantey said he hopes people will be inspired to take a journey on the St. J ohns River, which is far less popular than the Suwannee for long-distance trips, but it has just as much to offer, if not more. A few people have paddled the length of the river, but (Mr. Keene and Mr. C antey) are definitely in rare company, Mr. Orth said. These type of trips really do capture the imagination of the public. 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Melbourne B1 NOPURCHASENECESSARY TO ENTER PROMOTIONS, 100 FREE ENTRIES, PER CUSTOMER ALLOWED PER DAY. PROMOTION STARTS NOVEMBER 4, 2011 AND ENDS NOVEMBER 4, 2012. MUST BE 18 OR OLDER TO PARTICIPATE. CH12465 A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800) 435-7352 WITH IN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE. 1270 N. Wickham Road Suite 43, Melbourne, FL32935321.610.7871 Open 7 Days A WeekEarly B ir ds M idnight M adness 11 pm-2 amLadies D ay E v er y M onday M en s D ay E v er y W ednesday 1st$20 Donation Receives 800 EntriesNo w Until Christmas EveP ick an OrnamentWINGREATPRIZES!S tarting December 9th9am 11am 1pm 9pm 11pmM onday-Friday 1st$20 Donation Receives 800 Entries NOWOPEN!Live Music on Fridays!$7 Pitcher for Monday Night Football! Charlie &JakesBar-B-Que Grill2725 Minton Road, W. Melbourne321-345-4441T ired of Holiday Shopping? Stop in & get your first draft, wine or well liquor on us.Must present HTNCoupon. Expires 12/16/11 1935 Aurora Rd. Melbourne 255-7781 $5Match Play ALLDAY EVERYDAYNO Coupon Necessary Sun Thurs 9am-1am FriSat 9am-2am New ArcadeT ournamentFriday 7-10:30pm T uesThursSat 1:00 3:30 pmSmoking PermittedPlayers Club ArcadeBINGO EVERY MON & WED 6PM & 8PM SPIN THE WHEEL EVERY TUES & THURS & SUN 8PM & 10PMSMOKIN HOT JACKPOTS!$20 Gets you $2 FREEPLAY All Day, Everyday FREE Wheel Spin If You Are Here At 10:00 am Out & about Choreographer Frank G alvez of the Galmont B allet came to the United S tates from Cuba. He wanted to show his deep love for his adopted country through his art. In 1994, he adapted the classic Nutcracker Ballet, setting it in the United S tates in the 19th century. He called his work The American Nutcracker. The Galmont Ballet will present The American N utcracker at the Cocoa V illage Playhouse Dec. 17. Lucia Montero, who is a co-founder of the company, spoke about how the work is a tribute both to the spirit of the original ballet and the spirit of America. This is our eighth year of performing The American Nutcracker, she said. Frank has brought it a little closer to our time and put it in the U nites States. It follows the same story and Tchaikovskys musical score. One of the hallmarks of any Nutcracker ballet is wonderful costumes, and this production is no exception. However, there is a bit of a twist. W e use the American colors of red, white and blue, Ms. Montero said. The glowing Christmas tree in the beginning is in V ictorian style, decorated in red, white and blue. Its beautiful. For the children, the boys are dressed as cowboys. There are 52 performers in the production, including two sugar plum fairies. D aliana Gutierrez, 15, who began dancing at Galmont when she was 7, will dance at the two evening performances. Taryn Faherty, who has danced with the company for five years, will perform for the two matinees. The company brings in a guest artist each year and this year Juan Rodriguez, a dancer with Complexion D ance Company in New Yo rk City, will dance the r ole of the cavalier. The decision to stage a classical ballet with some modern elements is the r esult of Frank Galvez love for the American style of music, a melding of classical and jazz. As the choreographer, he does the same thing, Ms. Montero said. Its a fusion of classical technique with the influence of jazz and American r hythms. Thats his choreographic style. He wanted to do something very American, to honor America. The Galmont Ballet presents The American N utcracker Dec.17 at the Cocoa Village Playhouse,300 Brevard Ave., Cocoa.Performances are De c.17 at 2 p.m.and 7:30 p .m.and Dec.18 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.Tickets are $25 for adults,$23 for students,seniors and active military and $18 for children younger than 12. Ca ll the box office at (321) 636-5050.Sing along with Handels MessiahMessiah, the enduring Christmas oratorio by George Friedrich Handel, will be presented as a free sing-along concert on Friday, Dec. 9th at 7 p.m. at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, 56 55 Stadium Parkway, Viera. All area singers are invited to participate in the choral event that last year attracted several hundred. T he assembled singers will be accompanied by members of the professional Space Coast Symphony Orchestra with featured soloists from the Space Coast Chorus. Maestro Aaron Collins will lead the orchestra and chorus in the Space Coasts fourth annual Messiah singalong. Singers may bring their own score or use the music provided. T he public is invited to sing or simply listen to the perennial Christmas favorite. F or more information, call (321) 5368580 or visit www.SpaceCoastSymphony.org.A Heartfelt Holiday includes Brevard Childrens Chorus T he Brevard Community Chorus, along with the Brevard Childrens Chorus and professional instrumentalists, will present A Heartfelt Holiday on Saturday, Dec. 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the King Center for the Performing Arts at 3 865 N. Wickham Road in Melbourne. T he concert will feature a number of choral favorites by John Rutter, selections by the Brevard Childrens Chorus, including the return of The Little Drummer Boy, as well as other music of the season. V ocal standout Roger Wenninger will perform the baritone solo in Ralph Va ughan Williams Fantasia on Christmas Carols. Tickets are $20 for general admission and $15 for students/seniors, and are available at the King Center Box Office, (321) 242-2219 or by visiting www.BrevardCommunityChorus.org.Music on a Sunday Afternoon has classical and jazzMusic on a Sunday Afternoon presents a seasonal concert with classical/jazz guitarist Shawn Foster at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 11 at the Cocoa Beach Public Library. An American flamenco guitarist, Mr. F oster studied with a protg of Carlos Montoya and has entertained worldwide. Also known as the Fishin Musician, he will showcase his musical skills with flamenco, classical and jazz guitar and some seasonal tunes. Copies of his CD, Roar of Whispers, will be on sale, as will Just Guitar, No Strings Attached and Then & Now. F or more information, call (321) 8681104.Old Fashioned Christmas Concert features choral favoritesT he Dr. Vernon Boushell Concert Series continues with an Old Fashioned Choral Christmas Concert on Sunday, Dec. 11 at 3:30 p.m. at Riverside Presbyterian Church, 3400 N. Atlantic A ve., Cocoa Beach. T he concert will feature the Riverside Chancel Choir under the direction of Glenn Arnold, with music by John Rutter, Robert Shaw and more. To honor the memory of series namesake Dr. Vernon Boushell, daughter Sherry MacLean, along with soloists John Kent, Robert Yost and harpist Kay Callaghan will present music of the holiday season. T he audience will be invited to join in a sing-along of popular Christmas B aja Tavern and Eats : The Tiki Band will play 4:30:30 p.m. Saturday. The Tr opical Yuppies will play 5 p .m. Sunday. The Supercats Lite will play 5 p.m. Thursday. The Baja is at 626 Glen Cheek Drive, Port Canaveral. C all (321) 799-1616. B each Shack: The S tephan Michael Connection will play 8 p.m. to midnight Fr iday. Sunnyland Steve will play 4 p.m. Sunday. The S pace Coast Playboys will play 8 p.m. to midnight Thursday. The Beach Shack is at 1 Minutemen Causeway, C ocoa Beach. Call (321) 7832250. Charlie and Jakes Bar-BQue : Highway 1 with Joel Thomas will play 5:30:30 p .m. Friday. Charlie and J akes is at 2725 Minton Road, W est Melbourne. Call (321) 345-4441. City Limits Restaurant and Lounge: Spanks Band will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. Swampfox will play 7:30:30 p.m. Sunday. City Limits is at 4851 S. Dairy R oad, Palm Bay. Call (321) 723-2222. City Tropics Bistro: Jerry Z ee and Company will play at 11 a.m. Sunday. City Tropics Bistro is at 249 Fifth Ave., I ndialantic. Call (321) 7231300. C ocoa Beach Pier: The Tr opical Yuppies will play 6 p.m. Thursday. The C ocoa Beach Pier is at 401 M eade Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4050. C ocoa Beach Sports Club: New Gravity will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday. C ocoa Beach Sports Club is at 142 N. Orlando Ave., Cocoa B each. Call (321) 783. Cr ossroads Sports Bar : G atorblues will play at 9 p.m. Fr iday. Crossroads is at 5070 M inton Road N.W., Palm Bay. C all (321) 723-9952. Djons Steak and Lobster H ouse: The Red Show Trio will play 7 p.m. to midnight Fr iday and Saturday. Julia B ullock will play 6 p.m. to closing Sunday and Thursday. Djons is at 522 Ocean Ave ., Melbourne Beach. Call (321) 722-2737. D og NBone British Pub: S taring Blind will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. The Dog N Bone is at 9 Stone St., C ocoa Village. Call (321) 6362828. D oubles Beachside Tiki Bar : Aaron and Alex Cole will p lay 7 p.m. Friday. Mike and Mikey will play 7 p.m. S aturday. Doubles is at 1894 STAR SCOPESJames Tucker W eek of 12-9-2011 Aries-March 21-April 19Endurance is one of your g reatest gifts. You are the first sign in the zodiac. You run the longest race. We are all thankful for your strong spirit and example. We look up to you and thank you for always being there. Your fiery nature lights the way and keeps us from getting lost. May the coming holidays be very special.T aurus-April 20-May 20W hen life gets overloaded, take a step back, along with a deep breath and get a second wind. Then refocus and move forward. Call on family, friends or loved ones when you need a helping hand or friendly voice. Thats what friends are for. You always g ive to others. Let it come back. Now everyone is happy.Gemini-May 21-June 21K eep searching for balance. Stay happy and glowing inside. Its all about the choices we make. Find humor in small things. You have a sweet inner child. Your heart is as large and loving. When you are happy, the world is happy. Guide your life toward peace, love, health and abundance. Its all that really matters.Cancer-June 22-July 22Y our spirit is so strong. Your heart prevails. People admire, love and respect you. There is so much more you want to do. Stay active over the holidays, but dont overdo it. You are a people person, capable of great happiness and achievement. When you get fired up and turned on, this world is a far better place to be in.L eo-July 23-Aug. 22Y our life force is so strong and vibrant. You have a free flowing connection between your body, mind, heart and soul. Use these great gifts to wind down your work in 2 011 and then celebrate and rejoice over the holidays. Now is the time to make plans for the New Year and start it off on an even higher path of greatness.Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22Y ou have a guardian angel sitting on your shoulder, guiding you. The key is to follow your heart, not the head. Y our life path and greatestSee S CENE, B3 See SCOPES, B2Nutcracker has an American feelClub Scene By Shelley KoppelEntertainment writer Photo courtesy of the Galmont BalletDancers of the Galmont Ballet perform in The American Nutcracker. The ballet, choreographed by Frank Galvez, will be presented at the Cocoa Village Playhouse Dec. 17-18.See OUT, B2 Br evard CountyEntertainmentDining &SECTION B WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2011

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happiness comes when you are serving others. You love to see everybody well fed and happy. The more you receive the more you can give. This is your harvest of a good life well lived.Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22A lifetime of accumulated wisdom and experience continues to move you forward toward your dreams and goals. Your decisions are made on feelings and instincts and allow you access to your higher power. This g ives you a distinct edge. It is the stuff that great souls use to guide their lives. You are a g reat soul.Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21Y ou continue to move forward to new and better days. Y ou have outgrown old, outdated patterns. You arent stuck anymore. Your creative juices are flowing again. Get restarted on the life project that has been sidetracked for a while. You have the blessing of the universe upon you. You are a free spirit ready to fly.Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21T he universe wants to give you all the energy you need to make it safely through the holidays. Yeah! Its time to celebrate. Call some family members and friends who love and miss you. In the giving we receive back 100 fold. Get back to your roots. Renew your life force and spirit. Watch out world. Here I come!Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19Y ou are doing great. Not much change is needed. Stay with your major goals. Your positive attitude has set you in an excellent direction. The holidays will be great and very exciting for you. You have overcome life. People are beginning to tell you how young you look. Could anyone be doing better? I dont think so.Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18F amily matters will take center stage the next few weeks. Stay true to yourself, but pay attention to others who need emotional support. Stay in a festive mood. A bright attitude brings cheer to any occasion. Gladly give your support to those who need you. Return love received with love given. This justifies your life.Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20Stay focused on your main creative projects. The universe will reward you with much increase. Your power of observation is especially strong now. Let the holidays be a time of rejoicing and celebration for the many blessings this year. Open up the heart even more and know that the coming year will be the best ever.carols. A free ticket for the performance is available online at www.RiversidePres.org or by calling (321) 525-7825. An Old Fashioned Choral Christmas Concert is the second event of the free 20 1112 Dr. Vernon Boushell Concert Series at Riverside Presbyterian Church in Cocoa Beach. F or more information, visit www.RiversidePres.org or call (321) 783-6085.Second Sunday in the Park music series Second Sunday in the P ark presents Harbor City Horns and Celtic Voices Sunday, Dec. 11, 6 7 p.m. Concert will be held in the sanctuary, 610 Young St., Melbourne. T he concert is free to the public. F or more information, call Elizabeth Murray at (321) 777-0168.Sebastian Inlet Night Sounds to feature SygnalHosted by the Friends of Sebastian Inlet State Park, the Night Sounds Concert Series will present the band, Sygnal, 7 -9 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10, at Sebastian Inlet State Park, 9700 S. Highway A1A, Melbourne Beach. S ygnal is a group of musicians and songwriters who come from diverse backgrounds and play a variety of music, including jazz, blues, classic rock, rhythm and blues and reggae. T he concert will take place at the pavilions on Coconut P oint, located on the south side of Sebastian Inlet. T he concert is free with regular park entry fees. F or more information, visit www.myspace.com/sygnalmusic, call (321) 984-4852 or visit www.floridastateparks.org/se bastianinlet.Harbor City Horns & Celtic V oices to performSecond Sundays in the Park presents the Harbor City Horns & Celtic Voices 6-7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 12, at St. Johns P ark, 610 Young St. (in old Eau Gallie), Melbourne. Enjoy the sounds of local musicians. Bring a blanket and your own picnic. A free will offering will be taken up for the musicians. F or more information, call (321) 254-3365 or (321) 7770168.Singers bring Sounds of Christmas to VieraT he Indialantic Chamber Singers will present the third annual Sounds of Christmas concert on Tuesday, Dec. 13 at 7:30 p.m. at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, 56 55 Stadium Parkway, Viera. Long considered Brevards premier choral ensemble, the Indialantic Chamber Singers V iera concert is free to the public, with donations g ratefully accepted. T he sensitive Sounds of Christmas will feature favorite Christmas carols, plus holiday music from England, F rance and Sweden, including selections from the Swedish song book, Piae Cantiones, a collection of late Medieval Latin songs. F or more information about the Indialantic Chamber Singers or the Sounds of Christmas, call (321) 9605000 or visit www.IndialanticChamberSingers.org. Dan Hicks and the Hot Licks Holidaze in Hicksville Singer-songwriter Dan Hicks is truly an American original. Since the early 1960s, Mr. Hicks has blended elements F riday, December 9, 2011 B2 MelbourneHometown News Delivery A vailable All Fresh Ingredients F resh Sub Bread Made Daily 321-727-8134 321-727-81343960 S. 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S. Patrick Drive, Indian Harbour Beach. Call (321) 7735341. G etaway Martini Bar & Lounge: Kenin Ray will play 5:30 p.m., and Track-7 will play 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday. Jon Parrot will play 9:30 p .m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. The Getaway is at 7720 N. Wickham Road, Unit 10, Melbourne. Call (321) 255-0052. Gr ills Riverside : Hypersona will play at 7:30 p.m. Fr iday. Johnny Danger will play at 2 p.m., and Perfect T uesday will play at 7:30 p.m. S aturday. Dont Quit Your D ay Job Band will play at 2 p .m. Sunday. Johnny Danger will play at 5 p.m. Wednesday. Derek will play at 5 p.m. Thursday. Grills Riverside is at 6075 North U.S. Highway 1, Melbourne. Call (321) 2428999. HD Roadhouse Bar and Gr ill: The Scott Robinson B and will play 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Friday. Rich De ems will play 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Saturday and 3 p .m. Sunday. HD Roadhouse is at 1811 E. Merritt Island C auseway, Merritt Island. C all (321) 449-1110. H eidis Jazz Club: Steve K irsner & Al Goldenberg will play 5 p.m., and the Ron T eixeira Trio will play 8:30 p .m. to 12:30 a.m. Friday. The R on Teixeira Trio will also play 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday. Sybil Gage will play 7 p.m. Tuesday. Steve Ki rsner & Friends will play 5:45 p.m., and Dave S heffield, Stan Soloko and R abbit Simmons will play 8:30 p.m. Wednesday. S heffield, Soloko and Simmons will also play 7 p.m. Thursday. Heidis is at 7 N. Orlando Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4559. H ouse of Joe: The Expression Poetry Troupe will play 1:30:30 p.m., and the Joyful N oise Brass Ensemble will play at 7 p.m. Saturday. The H ouse of Joe is at 1220 W. N ew Haven Ave., West Melbourne. Call (321) 728-3200. J umps Tiny Tavern: Rich D eems will play 5 p.m. Friday. Strobe-Lite will play 5 p .m. Saturday. Jumps is at 201 Taft Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 784-7893. K ey West Bar: Spanks B and will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday. Pinch will play 9 p .m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. Key W est is at 2286 Highway A1A, I ndian Harbour Beach. Call (321) 773. Loggerheads: Chuck Van Riper will play 6 p.m. Saturday. Loggerheads is at 3930 S. Highway A1A, Melbourne B each. Call (321) 725-5990. Lone Cabbage Fish C amp: Berna And The BernO uts will play 1 p.m. Sunday. Lone Cabbage is at 8199 H ighway 520, Cocoa. Call (321) 632-4199. Long Doggers Palm Bay : John Parrot will play 6:30:30 p.m. Thursday. Long Doggers is at 4260 M inton Road, Palm Bay. Call (321) 951-8884. Lous Blues: Switch will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Fr iday. Absolute Blue will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. S aturday. The Queen Bees will play 2 p.m., and Marc Dobson will play 7 p.m. S unday. No Diving will play 8:30 p.m. to midnight Tuesday. Axis will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday. Lous Blues is at 3191 N. Highway A1A, I ndialantic. Call (321) 7792299. M ain Street Pub : The MCs will play 6 p.m. Saturday. Main Street Pub is at 705 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne. Call (321) 723-7811. M alabar Mos: The Bone Dogs will play 3 p.m. Sunday. Mos is at 2805 Malabar R oad (S.R. 514), Malabar. Call (321) 725-8374. M emaws Bar-B-Q : P enny Creek will play 6 p .m. Wednesday. Memaws is at 600 E. Eau Gallie Blvd., I ndian Harbour Beach. Call (321) 779-9670. M illikens Reef: Swampfox will play 5 p.m. Friday. The Tropical Yuppis will play noon to 4 p.m., and Cocolocos will play 5 p.m. Saturday. Marc Dobson will play 5 p.m. Tuesday. Ted Villarr eal will play 5 p.m. W ednesday. Millikens is at 683 Dave Nisbet Drive, Port C anaveral. Call (321) 7830100. Sq uid Lips: Absolute Blue will play 7 p.m. Friday. The John Quinlivan Band (Heartbreaker) will play 2 p .m., and Kattyshack will play 9:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Sa turday. The John Quinlivan B and will also play an acoustic jam 6:30 p.m. Thursday. Squid Lips is at 1477 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne. Call (321) 242-2224. Editors note: To have music schedules and music events listed in the Club Scene,send them to news clerk Michael Hibbard at brevnews@hometownnewsol.com. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, December 9, 2011 Melbourne B3 1901 Palm Bay Rd Palm Bay(Just E. of Babcock) Fri. &Sat. 11am-10pm Sun-Thurs. 11am-9pm729-8338 www.ranchoviejofl.com VISIT OUR NEW BAR! Best In Brevard Brevards Best Margaritas $500OFF$500OFFANY PURCHASE OF $25 ORMORENot to be combined with any other offer. Expires 12/30/2011 Dine In or Take OutHAPPY HOURALLDAYEVERY DAY2-4-1MARGARITAS & DRAFTSRancho Viejo Crossword Puzzle Answers located in Classified Section One Lb. Fried Fish, Fries & Cole Slaw Dine In or Take Out Mon. thru Weds$7.95Every Day$12951600 S. 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Cuban Subs Are Back Thurs-Sat. New York Style F amily Restaurant Homemade Food at Family Prices Holiday Special! Purchase $100 in Gift Cards,Receive an Extra $20.00SUDOKU #46 Hours: Mon.Fri 7ampm Sat & Sun 7ampm321725-6855 Monday: 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 SandwichIntroducing our "New Chefs" SpecialsSERVING DINNER 4-8PM MON-FRI DINING & ENTERTAINMENT Today we will make my familys traditional Christmas Eve appetizer, an antipasto. Antipasto is not a salad, but sectioned trays filled with delectable foods. No lettuce is used. Genoa salami, provolone cheese, roasted red peppers, pickled mushrooms, pickled eggplant, marinated artichoke hearts, caponata (eggplant appetizer), sardines, anchovies, capers, black and green olives create a magnificent display. You can add tomato wedges, tuna, hard-boiled egg or any other appetizer food that will fit. Each appetizer is prepared separately. The salami must be sliced paper-thin and r olled pencil-thin. The provolone is not the slicing kind found in supermarkets, but a strong cheese found in gourmet cheese sections, delis or meat markets. The domestic is a little milder than the imported; cut in w edges. Each is placed in its o wn section for individual selection. Cr usty Italian or French bread completes the feast. Now Id like to share with y ou a very old and special family tradition that my grandfather, Luciano C amerino, born in Bari, Italy, brought to America. A crche (nativity with a stable, Mary and Joseph, a cradle for the Christ child, kings, stable hands, animals, etc.) is set up, but the infant child is placed elsewhere, since he hasnt been born yet. On Christmas Eve at midnight, with appropriate music in the background, the lights are extinguished. Ev eryone carries a lit household candle, except the y oungest child, who carries the baby Jesus on a silver tray. The oldest family member navigates the child in a procession throughout the home, blessing each room. The procession goes in birth order, and guests are always included. The Christ child is then placed into His cradle. All kneel and pray, the candles are extinguished and all embrace and wish each other a blessed Merry Christmas. Enjoy. See you next week. NOTE: All can be made days in advance, refrigerated Antipasto and papas Christmas Eve tradition ROMANCING THE STOVEwith the Grammy Guru ARLENE BORG See GRAMMY, B4SceneF rom page B1

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and served at room temperature.R R O O A A STE STE D R D R E E D D P P E E P P P P E E R R S SSw eet red bell peppers come jarred, but roasting y our own is easy and the flavor is wonderful. One medium-size jar or two large or three medium peppers is enough for about 10 people when used in an antipasto. 1 medium-size jar r oasted red peppers, not pimentos OR 3 medium r ed bell peppers 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil 1/2-teaspoon oregano 2 cloves garlic, cut up 1 teaspoon parsley flakes S alt and pepper Dr ain jarred peppers and tear into large segments. To r oast fresh peppers, place washed peppers in pan on lower rack of oven. Broil until the skin turns almost black, turning until entire pepper is r oasted. Place in a paper or plastic bag and seal. Let sit until cool enough to handle. P eel, seed and tear into large segments, add remaining ingredients and season to taste.MAR MAR I I NA NA TE TE D D AR AR TI TI C C H H O O KE H KE H EAR EAR TS TSOne 14-ounce can artichoke hearts, drained 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil 1/2-teaspoon each, garlic powder and oregano S alt and pepper C ut artichokes in half, sprinkle with salt and pepper and add remaining ingredients. Mix well, refrigerate. P P I I C C KLE KLE D D M M U U S S H H R R O O O O M M S SB est made with canned mushrooms. 2/3-cup tarragon vinegar 1/2-cup canola oil 1 medium clove garlic, minced 1 tablespoon sugar 1-1/2 teaspoons salt 1/2-teaspoon black pepper 2 tablespoons water D ash hot pepper sauce 1 medium onion, thinly sliced and separated into r ings 2 cans mushrooms (7ounces each), drained; stems and pieces are fine 1 small lemon, halved lengthwise, and cut into paper-thin slices C ombine first eight ingredients. Add onions, mushrooms and lemon. R efrigerate. Stir occasionally.NANA NANA S E S E G G G G P P L L ANT ANT C C APO APO NA NA T T A AT astes best if made at least two days before serving. Will keep two weeks in the r efrigerator and can be frozen. 1/4-cup extra virgin olive oil or canola oil 1 large onion, chopped 2 large stalks celery, one thinly sliced, one chopped 2 medium eggplants, peeled and cut into 1/2inch cubes 1/2-cup pitted black olives, coarsely chopped 1/2-cup whole pimento stuffed olives One 8-ounce can tomato sauce 1 teaspoon sugar 1/4-cup red wine vinegar 1 small jar capers, drained 1 small or 1/2 large green bell pepper, coarsely chopped 1 teaspoon dried basil S alt and pepper to taste S aute eggplant in oil until slightly done. Add celery, onion and green pepper. C ook about 10 minutes. Add tomato sauce, sugar and seasonings. Cook until almost dry. Add olives and capers, heat through. Add vinegar, heat to simmer and remove from heat. Refrigerate. 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Dr Steven J. Vanderby and his wife, Kathy Vanderby, are known as a generous and giving couple. This is especially true in their work for Space Coast Volunteers in Medicine. W e are truly blessed to have Dr. Vanderby serving as our chief medical officer, said executive director Paul Ringenberger. His experience and insight into family practice has made our organization more efficient and effective in serving those in need. And Kathy serves on our board of directors, and her energy and dedication has made a strong board an even stronger and more compassionate board. The reason the couple decided to give their time and expertise to Space Coast Volunteers in Medicine shouldnt come as a surprise to anyone. Dr Vanderby has been interested in medicine since his days in junior high school. His uncle, Larry, was a family physician, and Dr. Steve enjoyed the challenge and broad spectrum of family medicine. The American Association of Family Physicians recently r ecognized him for 25 years of service in family medicine. Mrs. Venderby works as office manager at his practice in Melbourne. A vid motorcycle enthusiasts, one evening Dr. and Mrs. V anderby were attending a bikers night at Longdoggers. V olunteers in Medicine had set up a booth and was distributing information. After reading the brochure, the couple decided that this was an opportunity to volunteer together. Mrs. Vanderby was already volunteering at the W omens Center and for Hang Up & Drive and was the head volunteer for Extreme Make Over Home Edition, she said she couldnt pass up the chance to work with Volunteers in Medicine. I magine a volunteer program whose mission is to provide free medical and dental care to the uninsured, she said. I knew I could serve in some capacity and Steve could assist as a volunteer health provider. Dr Vanderby was just as eager to help. There is a great need for the services (Volunteers in Medicine) provides, and with the economy the way it is and layoffs happening, we felt that this was the perfect way to give something back to the community, he said. The couple said it has been a r ewarding experience. I love being on the board and strategizing as to how we are going to grow the program and help those in our community, Mrs. Vanderby said. Our neighbors who dont have health insurance but are in need of care. Dr Vanderby encourages other medical professionals to help. I hope more providers come forward and volunteer whether active practitioner or retired, he said. Because someday it is my hope that all people get the medical and dental care they need and when that day comes and the doors to the clinic are closed, then we know we have completed our job. Until then, come join us for a rewarding experience especially the hugs youll get from helping y our neighbor. 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Wickham Rd.Melbourne, FL 32935www.melbournediscountpharmacy.com321-751-7885 FOR SENIORS & HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS!We Beat Any Competitors Price! Call to Compare! Melbourne BRING THIS AD IN FOR AFREEGIFTDISCOUNT PHARMACY Melbourne Cameras3146 W. New Haven Ave W. Melbourne, FL 32904321.733.4412 Community CalendarFRIDAY, DEC. 9Sa vo ry S olutionsfor dietary needs: N oon. Friday, Dec. 9 and 23. One S enior Place, 8085 Spyglass Hill Road, Viera. Br ing your favorite r ecipe and be offered healthy substitutions and alternatives and samples. An open discussion will follow with dining service coordinators who will share healthy recipes. The presentation is by S terling House, a Melbourne senior living facility. F or more information, call Megan Lopes at (321) 536-3459. F irst Annual Festival of Wr eaths: 3-7 p.m. Friday, De c. 9. Wickham Park S enior Center, 2785 Leisure Way, Melbourne. Br evards First Annual F estival of Wreaths will benefit the Wickham Park S enior Center and the C enter for the Visually I mpaired. Wr eaths will be available to preview and bid on from Sunday, Dec. 4 to Friday, Dec. 9. The gala and silent auction will be 3-7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 9. Co st is $4 per person, with children 12 and y ounger free. There will be refreshments, entertainment and pictures with Santa. F or more information, call (321) 676-5088. Polar Express Party: 7 p .m. Friday. Dec. 9. Barnes & Noble, 1955 W. New Ha ven Ave., West Melbourne. Bar nes & Noble stores are holding a Polar E xpress Party, highlighted by a special reading of the holiday classic, hot chocolate and cookies. Children are encouraged to wear their pajamas. Ages 4-8 are appropriate. F or more information, call (321) 726-8817 or email crm2834@bn.com. A Christmas with the Pr edators football team: Fr iday, Dec. 9. Crown P laza Oceanfront, 2605 N. H ighway A1A, Indialantic. The Predators minor league football team has been around since 2009. The Predators football team is ran solely on sponsorships and donations. The team is holding A Christmas with the Pr edators. It is an event at the Cro wn Plaza on Friday, De c. 9, which will feature direct sale vendors from Br evard County offering their products. S ome of the players and cheerleaders will be there for meet-and-greet, etc. There will be raffles, etc. A portion of the proceeds will also go to the C ancer Care Centers of Brev ard. F or more information, all (321) 288-5978 or email C athyBatcher@SpaceC oastPredators.com.SATURDA Y, DEC. 10 P et Photos with Santa to benefit the Humane Soc iety: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. S aturday, Dec. 10. PetSmart, 1800 Evans Road, M elbourne. To help kick off the holiday season PetSmart in M elbourne will be hosting P et Photos with Santa on S aturday, Dec. 10, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. All pets are welcome. P hotos are $9.95 each and come with a collectible holiday frame with your P etSmart PetPerks Card (plus tax). F or each photo purchased, $5 will go to benefit the Central Brevard H umane Society to be used to care for the homeless and abused animals of Br evard County. If you would like more information,contact the C entral Brevard Humane Society at (321) 636-3343 or visit www.crittersavers.com. Gro wing Up In Melbourne,A Conversation: 3 p .m. Saturday, Dec. 10. M elbourne Public Library, 540 E. Fee Ave., Melbourne. The South Brevard Historical Society presents G ro wing Up In Melbourne, a conversation with Kitty Hay Fletcher and Diane Berg Sheffield, moderated by Brevard C ounty historian Weona Cleveland. D iana Berg Sheffield and K itty Hay Fletcher were both born in Melbourne in 1932. They grew up as best friends, graduating from M elbourne High School in 1950 (before the school moved to Babcock Street.) They will share their memories of growing up in M elbourne. The event is open to the public, and the admission is free. F or more information, call Carol Andren at (321) 725-4115 or visit www.southbrevardhistory .org. Moonlight Moseyat V iera Wetlands: 5:30 p.m. S aturday, Dec. 10. Ritch For doctor and wife, volunteering is a family affair Kathy V anderby and husband, Dr. Steven J. V anderby Photo courtesy of Steven and Kathy VanderbySee CALENDAR, B6

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Grissom Memorial Wetlands (Viera Wetlands), 1001 Wickham Road, Viera. The Friends of Viera Wetlands group welcomes the local community to the D ecember Moonlight M osey, which will be taking place at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10. The event will take place at the Ritch Grissom M emorial Wetlands (Viera W etlands), located behind the Water Treatment Plant at 1001 Wickham Road, M elbourne just down from the new Viera Hospital. The wetlands close at 6 p .m. during the winter months, so this event offers a chance to gain a different perspective of the Wetlands at night and the wildlife that make it their home. The event will be a very pleasant evenings walk through the Wetlands with local bird and wildlife experts. The Event begins at 5:30 p .m. with orientation, and the actual walk starts at 5:45 p .m. N ew volunteers are always welcome in the group. Pl ease contact Valerie Citta at v alerie.carsoncitta@brevardcounty.us for more volunteer details. F or additional information,please contact C atherine at sligh2525@gmail.com. Christmas dinnerdance: 6 p.m. Saturday, De c. 10. Italian-American Club of South Brevard, 1471 C ypress Ave., Melbourne. The Italian-American Club of South Brevard is hosting its Christmas dinner-dance on Saturday Dec. 10, at 6 p.m., featuring music by The Dynamics. Di nner includes fresh garden salad and roast chicken with all the trimmings, plus dessert and coffee or tea. B. Y.O .B set-ups are available. Cocktails will be at 5 p.m. Open seating is limited. Dress is semi-formal. C ost is $15 for members and $18 for guests. T ickets, while available, through Thursday, Dec. 8. F or more information, call (321) 952-1693 or (321) 242-8044.TUESDAY, DEC. 13 Brev ard Parks & Recreation offers free Santa calls: 5:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 13 through Thursday, Dec. 15. Br evard County Parks and R ecreation has made special arrangements for Santa to telephone preschoolthrough second-grade-aged children in North and Central Brevard during December. Fr om his headquarters at the North Pole, Santa will call children in North Breva rd De c. 13 through 15 between 5:30 and 8 p.m., and children in Central Breva rd De c. 13 and 14 between 6 p.m. and 8:30 p .m. Par ents in North Brevard may pick up a form at C ampbell Community Center, Cuyler Community C enter, Harry T. & Harriette V. Mo ore Park Cultural Center, Port St. John Community Center, Sandrift Community Center, Walter Butler C ommunity Center or the North Ar ea Parks Operations office at 475 North W illiams Ave. in Titusville. Par ents in Central Breva rd may call the Central Area Parks and Recreation Office at (321) 633-1874 or download a North Pole Call ing application from www.brevardparks.com/vis ittheparks/parks/prkca1.ph p. There is no charge for this service. F or more information, call (321) 264-5105 in North Br evard or (321) 633-1874 in C entral Brevard.UPCOMING EVE NTS Winter Workshop & K ids Club Holiday Party at the Eau Gallie Civic Center: 3-9 p.m. Friday, Dec. 16. Eau Gallie Civic Center, 1551 Highland Ave., Melbourne. The workshop is for children, ages 6-13. There will be arts and crafts, games, dinner and then a dance with a DJ and prizes. Dr op your kids off and we will keep them busy so you can finish up your holiday shopping or just enjoy a night out. C ost is $10 per child. The event is sponsored by the Eau Gallie Civic Center and the city of Melbourne Leisure Services Department. F or more information, call (321) 255-4608. R egistration for FIT B aseball Winter Showcase C amp: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17. Andy Seminick-Les Hall Field, Florida I nstitute of Technology. F lorida Tech head coach Greg Berkemeier and assistant coach Matt Mercurio will host a Winter Showcase C amp for high school student-athletes Saturday, De c. 17, at Andy SeminickLes Hall Field. C ollege and professional instructors will hold clinics on the fundamentals and techniques of hitting, fielding, throwing, pitching, catching, base running and team play. P layers will have the opportunity to showcase their skills during live games, defensive workouts, batting practice, timed 60yard runs and instructional segments. P layers should bring baseball cleats, sneakers, practice pants, a bat, glove and baseball cap. Catchers should bring their own gear. The cost to participate in the Winter Showcase Camp is $100. F riday, December 9, 2011 B6 MelbourneHometown News I magine Schools at West Melbournewww.imaginewestmelbourne.orgA Tuition Free Public Charter SchoolLearning Communities of Achievement & HopeSEATS STILL AVAILABLE FOR 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR! From VPK 8th Grade Sports,Music, Enrichment Programs National School Lunch Pr ogram Uniforms-New Colors J ust Added!3355 Imagine Way, W est Melbourne, FL 32904(On Hollywood Blvd. 1/4 Mile North of Palm Bay Rd.)321-768-6200S eats are Limited Enroll Today Brevard County Health Department WIC Program LocationsCentral Appointments 321-639-5793 Titusville 611 Singleton Ave 321-383-2791 Viera 2555 Judge Fran Jameson Way 321-639-5802 Melbourne 2275 S. Babcock St 321-726-2922 Fruits & Vegetables Whole Grains Milk Beans Dry or Canned Juice Foods for Babies. More foods for breastfeeding moms! Who is eligible? You must be a pregnant or breastfeeding woman, a woman who has recently been pregnant, an infant, or a child under 5 years old. You must currently be living in the State of Florida. You must have a nutritional need, which will be determined by WIC staff. You MAY be eligible if you or other family members are currently receiving M edicaid, Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA) or Food Assistance Your income must fall within our guidelines: F amily size12345678 W eekly$388$524$660$796$932$1,067$1,203$1,339 BiW eekly$775$1,047$1,319$1,591$1,863$2,134$2,406$2,678 M onthly$1,679$2,268$2,857$3,446$4,035$4,624$5,213$5,802 Annual$20,147$27,214$34,281$41,348$48,415$55,482$62,549$69,616A dditional Person: Weekly +$136BiWeekly +$272 Monthly +$589Annually + $7,067 WIC is a nutrition program for women, infants & children. WIC provides the following HEALTHY FOODS at NO COST:WIC is an equal opportunity provider.BREVARD COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT WIC PROGRAM CASH SWEEPSTAKES CASH SWEEPSTAKESThe Action Never Stops ...Open 7 Days AWeek DAILYOFFER500FREECREDITSLocated inside Americas Best Value Inn &Suites Hwy 192 &John Rhodes Blvd (next to Phantom Fireworks) with First $20 Purchase*4431 West New Haven Ave. W. 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One thing that I have noticed from this global warming is that many courses in south F lorida no longer over-seed for the winter season. You have to travel a little north to get those lush rye greens and tees. Fortunately for me, our newspapers circulation covers courses well north of my So-Fla home. This past week I traveled a short hop and a skip up the interstate to Viera, home of Dur an Golf Club. Here I was met by an extremely friendly and helpful staff. I was almost certain that the holiday season had something to do with it, but I was assured by the locals that this is always the case here. The first thing that jumped out at me was the beautiful lush green of the place. I had forgotten how great the winter rye makes everything look. Ball marks on overseeded greens seem to heal more quickly and putts roll very smoothly on them. The tees provide you plenty of places to stick that peg in the ground without having to look for that last bit of actual turf. I was in heaven. Dur an Golf Club, completed in 2005, is easily accessible from I-95 in Viera, just north of Melbourne. The course features five sets of tees, with the longest playing to 7,151 yards. A very stern test considering how much wind blows through the fairways. For the less accomplished players, one can easily find a set of tees to match his or her skill or mood for the day. The club also has a full dining room, with a fantastic menu complete with early bird specials, a Sunday Jazz Br unch and more. The pro shop is filled with the latest fashions and gear, including a great selection of golf balls, gloves and caps. Also on property is the Dur an Academy of Golf, a comprehensive instructional and coaching program dedicated to golfers that are passionate about getting the most out of their game. The full-time staff of PGA instructors offer one-on-one individual lessons and group sessions to clinics, multi-day golf schools, and high tech video swing analysis. Dur an also offers adult and junior activities, leagues and more. The club truly serves as part of the community. The name Duran comes from the land itself, not the early s English pop band. Owned by the Duda family for five generations, the r elatively flat prairie was used as a cattle ranch and sod farm. The name is a combination of Du from D uda and ran from ranch. The course was designed by Lewis Chip Powell. His keen eye for manipulating an areas natural weather patterns and wind tendencies made him a logical choice to incorporate design features that considered the wide-open spaces found here, along with the varying coastal winds of the East C oast of Florida. The combination resulted in holes that play with as much as a five-club difference from day to day. To build a golf course on a piece of property this flat, and void of all but one tree at the start, requires moving and shaping more than a million cubic yards of earth. The result is a course with links characteristics, including rolling terrain, mounded greens and 15 ponds. The use of native grasses, and the importation of a several thousand oak and cypress trees and native palms give the course character. The course is still young, and still maturing. The green complexes continue to improve and benefit from the growth that years of care bring. The trees on the course are young, but have begun to fill out and provide definition. The course starts you off on the right foot, a pleasant par-5 with no surprises. I began my day with a rare birdie. The third is home to the only tree standing when construction began. The lone palm stands guard on a small peninsula that jets out into the lake and warns golfers of the danger lurking behind. On your way around the course you are greeted with a pleasurable playing experience. Choosing the proper set of tees gives one just enough challenge. I used most of the clubs in my bag and quickly figured out that the wind needed to be taken into account on every shot. My final tally was better than I expected. W inter rates at Duran are very competitive, with F lorida residents enjoying a nice discount. The course is located at 7032 Stadium Par kway, Viera, FL 32940. F or more information, or to make a tee time, visit Dur an GC on the web at www.durangolf.com or call friendly staff member at (321) 504-7776. J ames Stammer has been an avid golfer and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years.He hosts the Thursday N ight Golf Show on WSTU 1450-AM.Contact him at stammergolf@yahoo.com. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, December 9, 2011 Melbourne B7 725-3990251 Florida Ave. Melbourne www.MelbourneTerraceRehab.com Physical, Occupational, Speech Therapy Inpatient & Outpatient Rehabilitation Services Stroke &Cardiac Recovery Pulmonary Rehabilitation QUALITY CARE FOR A RAPID RECOVERY ...and muchmore!Our goal is to maximize physical wellness, to promote independence, healing and enhance personal dignity. Public Golf At Its Finest! Public Golf At Its Finest! Crane Creek ReserveGolf Course at Melbourne475 W. New Haven Ave. 321-674-5716 Mallards LandingGolf Course at Melbourne2750 Lake Washington Rd 321-255-4606SAVE!!! Frequent Players Card SAVE!!! 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Extra Large Capacity W ashers Super Efficient Washers and Dryers Air Conditioned Commercial Linen Service Pick up/Delivery Clean &Updated FacilityOur convenient location takes the hassle out of Laundry! Extra Large Capacity W ashers Super Efficient Washers and Dryers Air Conditioned Commercial Linen Service Pick up/Delivery Clean &Updated FacilityOur convenient location takes the hassle out of Laundry! Extra Large Capacity W ashers Super Efficient Washers and Dryers Air Conditioned Commercial Linen Service Pick up/Delivery Clean &Updated Facility OPEN 24 HOURSOur convenient location takes the hassle out of Laundry! Extra Large Capacity W ashers Super Efficient Washers and Dryers Air Conditioned Commercial Linen Service Pick up/Delivery Clean &Updated Facility Size. Does. Matter. BIGCUP 18 HOLES. 999of Nothing but Cup.December 18, 2011 8:30 amT wo player scramble, 18 Hole Shotgun start featuring oversized 8 holes. Open to Professionals and Amateurs. There will be three Flights, One Scratch and Two Handicapped Flights. $75.00 per player. Entry fee includes: tournament fees, cash prizes to first place and lunch. Entries must be received by Friday, December 16. A full field will consist of 60 players.7032 Stadium Parkway V iera, FL 32940 (321) 504-7776 www.durangolf.com 7032 Stadium Parkway V iera, FL 32940 (321) 504-7776 www.durangolf.com Duran is a great course, but young and still maturing GOLFJAMES STAM MER

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LIFT CHAIR, Pride Mobility 3 way recliner wor ks good blue/grey $200 LM 321-723-1160 MATTRESS, Boxspring & frame.Qn sz.like new, only used in guest rm. $200/obo.321-729-0372 TREADMILL,Manual, 3 yrs old, $75 obo, 20 color TV, works great, 9 yrs old $20 321-253-2367 KITCHEN SET, table 60x48& 4 padded chairs in good cond. $125 321-258-4803 T ABLE SET, Solid Oak Tab le w/ 6 chairs & 2 leafs.Exc.Condition $200 321-327-2754 TV,26 Sunsui excellent picture $25, 2 dumbell w eights, 15lbs ea $15 both 321-773-5807 LM DIABETIC TEST STRIPS NEEDED I buy sealed/unexpired boxes. Call Bob (321)710-0842 COLOR TV, w/ stand $80, Companion chair $40 321-777-3835 INTERESTED IN EARNING A BETTER RATE OF RETURN ON Y OUR SAVINGS/ RETIREMENT DOLLARS? T estimony Baptist Church is offering bonds in support of our building fund.These bonds bear interest at the rate of 5% compounded annually with maturities av ailable from 1-13 yrs. 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686047Si g n-up for Your FREE Subscription & Delivery TodayHOLIDAY HAPPENINGS,DEALS,LOCAL NEWS & MORE HOLIDAY HAPPENINGS,DEALS,LOCAL NEWS & MORECall:866-913-6397 €Online:signup.HometownNewsOL.com €Email:signup@HometownNewsOL.com*Ifyou previously signed up,dont worry you will continue to receive your paper as scheduled.Si g n-up for Your FREE Subscription & Delivery Today 688689 WEST MELBOURNE Did W est Melbourne police officers harass a city councilman who r ecommended a 5 percent r eduction in their annual budget? D id the councilman get a $169 traffic ticket for proposing a $250,000 cutback in police funding? C ouncilman Mike Hazlett says he was stopped and detained for nearly an hour as a r esult of advocating trimming the police department's budget. City officials deny the accusation. Mr. Hazlett described an unusual traffic stop in which he was ticketed for an illegal right turn on red during a traffic stop carried out by four officers most of the city's traffic force at that time at that time. City manager Scot Morgan said the stop was r outine and not connected to the hot-button issue of police salaries and pensions. "I t' s unrelated," Mr. Morgan said. In addition, Mr. Morgan said Mr. Hazlett can fight the traffic ticket in court if he feels wronged. "W est Melbourne has a wellearned reputation for enforcing traffic violations," Mr. Morgan said. "They'll stop you and cite y ou, that's our record. "I advised Mr. Hazlett to file an official complaint that any citizen has a right to file, or to contest it in traffic court. He elected not to file an official complaint," Mr. Morgan said. Mr. Hazlett said he plans to fight the citation in court, and claims the stop was related to his advocacy of a reduced police budget. "F our police offices to pull me over?" Mr. Hazlett said in an email he sent to other city officials. "This type of harassment is just plain wrong." The traffic stop occurred Oct. 30 at Minton Road and Norfolk Parkway. They ticketed me for an ille-T raffic stop came after he advocated reducing police budgetCouncilman claims harassment by West Melbourne police MELBOURNE GOLF WITH JAMESDuran, a maturing course P ageB7 INSIDEV ol. 8, No. 20 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Dec. 9, 2011 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 ksl.com: D og shoots man A man is recovering after being shot by his dog. A 46-year-old Brigham City man and a friend were duck hunting on the north end of the Great Salt Lake. The two had their boat in a shallow marsh area when the man got out to either set up or collect decoys. He laid his 12-gauge shotgun across the bow of ENTERTAINMENTB1 IN DEXGALMONT BALLETCalendarB5 ClassifiedB8 Club SceneeB1 Crossword B3 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Star Scopes B1 V iewpoint A6Enjoy a American version of The Nutcracker' RO MANCING THE STOVE B3Antipasto, and a traditional Christmas Eve recipeSee WE IRD, A4 H OW W EIRD IS THAT?!SE AN MCCARTHY 689179 W est Melbourne chief hid cop's drug theft from mayor, city WEST MELBOURNE City officials in West M elbourne are upset that their police chief did not disclose that a former commander stole and used illegal drugs from a police evidence room. City manager Scott Mo r gan apologized to W est Melbourne residents and said city officials are cooperating with the Florida D epartment of Law Enforcement. "W e let the citizenry down, and we'reCouncilman describes case as OxyContin cover-up'By Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.com Brian LockSee THEFT, A2By Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.comSee HARASSMENT, A5 Native sing-along Andy Stefanek/ staff photographerJohn Ellis of Melbourne plays one of his homemade guitars during the Native Rhythms Festival at Wickham Park in Melbourne. The festival featured native and environmental arts and crafts, flute and drumming workshops, as well as great food and music.Radio station holds Holiday Toy Drive to benefit local childrenThis holiday season, 98.5 The B each is doing more than playing classic tunes to spread Christmas cheer. The radio station is holding a H oliday Toy Drive to benefit the Early Learning Coalition of Breva r d, an organization that provides children with quality care while parents attend work or school by providing programs for subsidized childcare and voluntary prekindergarten, said Ann B eecham, a director at the Early Learning Coalition of Brevard. E thel Pinkerton, a marketing consultant with 98.5 The Beach, said this year's Holiday Toy Drive is the first to benefit the Early Learning Coalition of Brevard. S he said she hopes the station will receive enough donations to provide toys to 100 families. Ms. Beecham said this toy drive is unique because each family receiving assistance has been screened and a need has been determined through the Early Learning Coalition of Breva r d. Donations could help y oung and working families attain self-sufficiency, she said. "W e already know these parents are making efforts towards working and going to school," she said. "They just need help getting their feet on the ground." U nwrapped toys for infants to 14-year-old children can be donated at 98.5 The Beach's office, located at 380 N. Wickham R oad, Suite I, in Melbourne. Toys can also be dropped off at the offices of the Holiday Toy Drive's sponsors: Rosner Chevrolet in M elbourne; Exceptional Dentistry in Melbourne; Juice N Java C afŽ in Cocoa Beach; The Eye In stitute in Melbourne, Rockledge and Palm Bay; Animal Emergency and Critical Care C enter of Brevard in Melbourne; Emerald Island Nursery in Rockledge; and Suddath Relocation in M elbourne. Ms. Beecham said cash donations made to the Early Learning C oalition of Brevard through the organization's website, www.elcbrevard.org, will provide educational materials for its programs. She said the state will match $16.67 to every dollar donated. Therefore, if you give $10 to the Early Learning Coalition of Brevard, the organization98.5 The Beach helps working families and their children by collecting toysBy Meagan McGonemmcgone@hometownnewsol.com See TOY, A4 School district names top teachers, employeesAfter much deliberation, the Brevard County School D istrict has narrowed it down to a total of 12 finalists for both the 2012 Teacher of the Y ear and 2012 Employee of the Year. Each finalist was notified in person by Brevard County Schools Superintendent Dr. Br ian Binggeli last month at his or her school or place of work. The six outstanding educators for Teacher of the Year three elementary and three secondary school teachers we re selected from a pool of 90 nominees throughout the district. The Teacher of the Year program highlights outstanding educators who exemplify the best the profession has to offer," said Superintendent B inggeli in a press release. The finalists are as follows: Carleen Beard, a sixthgrade teacher from Freedom 7 Elementary School of International Studies in Cocoa B each, who is a five-year veteran of Brevard Public Schools. Kimberly Botelho, a thirdgrade teacher at Columbia Elementary in Palm Bay, who has been teaching in Brevard for 15 years. Debra Connaughton, a kindergarten teacher from Enterprise Elementary in C ocoa, who has taught at the school for the past 16 years. Shereen Luchten, an eighth-grade science teacher at McNair Magnet Middle School in Cocoa, who has taught science for the past seven years. Carole Quintal, a senior high English teacher at Merr itt Island High School in M erritt Island, who has taught English for 11 years. Keith Schachter, a seventh-grade world cultures teacher at Stone Middle School in Melbourne, who is currently in his fourth year of teaching. Mrs. Connaughton, who was recognized for her sense of creativity and innovative class activities at Enterprise,Six finalists chosen in each categoryBy T ammy Robertstroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee TEACHERS, A2 Mike Hazlett

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sorry," Mr. Morgan said at a news conference at West Melbourne City Hall. "W e apologize. It could have been prosecuted as a crime, but it was not," Mr. Mo r gan said, M eanwhile, police chief Br ian Lock, who has been with the West Melbourne police force since 1980, is seeking another post. Chief Lock, who became W est Melbourne's police chief in 1990, was named one of four finalists for the position of police chief in Springfield, T enn. He was also named one of eight finalists for the chief's job in Ponce Inlet in Volusia C ounty. Chief Lock could not be r eached for comment because he was traveling in T ennessee in connection with his potential job. City officials were upset that they were left out of the loop after Commander Charles Schrum admitted to Chief Lock in 2009 that he removed drugs from the property room for his own use. Mr. Morgan released a security camera video that shows Commander Schrum r emoving items from the property room on June 17-19, 2009. D ays after admitting the drug theft, Commander Schrum went on medical leave, citing leg pain, and officially retired on Jan. 4, 2010. He could not be reached for comment. "H e receives a publicly paid disability retirement pension of $34,000 a year," Mr. Morgan said. City officials were upset about being left in the dark because West Melbourne is one of a few Florida cities where all department heads, including the police chief, r eport directly to the City C ouncil and to the mayor. "I am livid," Mayor Hal Rose said. "The commander took drugs out of the evidence r oom and the cameras were turned around, and we didn't know anything about it. When he retired, I asked for his personnel records, and there is not one word about that situation. I am upset. We have some real questions to ask the chief when we get together. The whole thing smells. The chief has given us over 30 y ears of good service. But this 5 percent is huge. We arrest people for stealing drugs. "B ut this person (Mr. Schrum) was never arrested, or even reprimanded," Mayor R ose said. Ma y or Rose said a major concern "is whether any of our criminal cases are compromised" meaning that missing drugs could impede criminal prosecutions for lack of evidence. However Mr. Morgan assured the mayor that the drugs that were stolen had been held in the case of a person who died. B ut Mayor Rose said he is not so sure all cases are safe. There was another bag of drugs taken over a three-day period," Mayor Rose said. The first time he took the drugs, nothing happened to him. The firs day, he took a bottle of drugs, and the next day he took a cartful of drugs," Ma y or Rose said. The incident came to light when City Councilman M ichael J. Hazlett received an anonymous tip on Nov. 15 about the stolen drugs. Mr. Hazlett said he immediately informed all city officials, and Chief Lock then acknowledged he failed to inform his superiors of the drug theft. Mr. Hazlett said the Chief Lock's lapse involved a friend, Mr. Schrum, who served the city for 20 years. "I t' s one of his best friends," Mr. Hazlett said. "When he became a police officer, the chief swore an oath to uphold the Constitution, to the state of Florida and to the city of W est Melbourne. He didn't swear an oath to defend his friend." Mr. Hazlett, who termed the case an "OxyContin coverup," said Mr. Schrum was sent to Circles of Care for rehabilitation, then went to a private r ehab facility in Alabama, unbeknownst to anyone (on the council) for three months." Mr. Schrum would have been responsible for the drug r ehab bill, which could reach $60,000, Mr. Hazlett said. "M r. Schrum was brought back to West Melbourne and was never terminated," Mr. H azlett said. "He was just silently pushed out the door to collect a pension for the r est of his life." 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Br evard Public Schools has also selected six finalists for the Employee of the Year award, who have been nominated by their colleagues for their significant contributions to improving their schools or other sites within the district. A total of 93 individuals we re nominated for the award, which was narrowed down to six by a selection committee made up of school leaders and district personnel. "I am very proud of these six individuals," Superintendent Binggeli said in a press r elease. "They are wonderful r epresentatives of the many hardworking staff members, who perform critical roles in our school district." The finalists are as follows: Ginger Blair, communications program coordinator for Br evard Public Schools District Communications, who also serves as the district coordinator, district mentor coordinator, district business partner coordinator and co-chair of the Parent and Community Engagement Committee. Michael Chavannes, campus monitor at Cocoa High School in Cocoa, who has been a district employee for nearly 12 years and has been nominated for Employee of the Year eight times since 2000. Deputy Michael Doyle, school resource officer at Ho ov er Middle School in Indialantic, who has been with Ho ov er for the past three y ears and also coaches basketball at the school. Barbara Joplin, instructional assistant at Sea Park Elementary School in Satellite B each, who has worked at the school for the past five years and has been nominated twice for the award. Roxanne Knowles, schoolage child care group leader at W estside Elementary School in Palm Bay, who has worked with the school for one year, but has been an active volunteer at Westside for the past seven years. Stuart Sheinman, technology/network support associate at West Melbourne Elementary School for Science in West Melbourne, who has been with the school for the past five years and also serves as a member of his principal's leadership team and was elected staff representative for his school's advisory council. Ms. Blair, who has been with District Communications for a little more than a y ear, prior to working for the Br evard Schools Foundation, said she feels privileged to be nominated amongst such an outstanding group of individuals." Ms. Blair said she also felt extremely honored that S uperintendent Binggeli personally went to the workplace of each employee to inform him or her that they were finalists. "I t was so nice of him to take the time to personally congratulate us," she said. While the winners of both T eacher of the Year and Employee of the Year will have been decided as of press time, the names will be kept a secret until Jan. 19, when the Br evard Schools Foundation hosts the Applauding Breva rd 's Champions awards gala at the Maxwell C. King C enter in Melbourne. The names of the 12 finalists will be revealed at the event, as well as the district's V olunteer of the Year, Business Partner of the Year and Pa r ent Involvement winner.T eachersF rom page A1 TheftF rom page A1 KNOWLEDGEISATERRIBLETHING TO W ASTE... www.hometownnewsol.comSubscribe Today!

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, December 9, 2011 Melbourne A3 688910Hours: M-F 9am-6pm € Sat 9am-3pm Adorn Yourself With All That Glitters4000 Dixie Hwy NE (US1) € Palm Bay321-725-3451 Ju v ederm/Restylane Treatments P elleve (Skin Tightening) Botox $1 0.00 Per Unit3217 22-3223Marshall I. Gladnick, M.D. 2061 PalmBay Road, Ste. 100, N.E. Palm Bay gladeyecarecenter.comHoliday Specials Holiday Specials Holiday Specials20%Off ServicesAdd A Customized Facial To Any Service For 20%OffNot to be combined with any other offers Offer expires 12/31/11 Gift Certificates A vailable 688848 683663 BUSINESSJoseph Downs earns CASP certificationThe Coalition for Leadership in Aging Services honors Joseph Downs, administrator of Westminster Asbury in Cocoa, as a member of the 2010-11 Certified Aging Services Professional graduating class from the U niversity of North Texas. After successfully completing the required professional training and three comprehensive examinations, Mr. Downs has been awarded the CASP designation and was acknowledged at the annual meeting of LeadingAge (formerly AAHSA) in Washington, D .C., during the week of Oct. 16-19. Mr. Downs was among approximately 120 graduates in the class of 2010-11. As a graduate, he joins a notable group of over 2060 individuals nationwide who have earned their CASP certification. He has dedicated the past 15 years to helping older adults live a dignified envir onment, surrounded by individuals committed to providing quality care and support. In S eptember, Mr. Downs also achieved his Certification for Occupancy Specialist with the National Center for Housing Management. W estminster Asbury, a r etirement community serving the needs of senior citiz ens for over 40 years is located in Cocoa. It is part of W estminster Communities of Florida, the largest notfor-profit, active living housing and healthcarer elated organization in the state. F ounded in Bradenton in 1954, and now headquartered in Orlando, Westminster Communities of Florida includes 19 active living and r ental retirement communities providing services to more than 5,000 people statewide. It is also a recognized leader in its field nationally and internationally. F or more information, visit www.westminsterretirement.org. Business newsAN NOUNCEMENTS Goodwill opens new Merritt Island storeOn Wednesday, Nov. 30, more than 100 local residents attended the grand opening of Goodwill Industries of Central Florida's newest Merritt Island store, located at 1550 N. Courtenay Pa r kway, Merritt Island. A ttendees brought some of their old items to the event as donations and also found time to shop for gently-used items. To continue the celebration, shoppers were able to take advantage of special deals throughout the weekend. B ill Oakley, CEO of Goodwill Industries of Central F lorida said, "Most people don't realize that for every 24 pounds in donations Goodwill receives, one person with a disability or other barr ier to employment gains access to programs and services that help them secure a permanent job and become self-sufficient. Bringing your items to us, helps pay it forward' to local people in need." S ince 1959, Goodwill I ndustries of Central Florida has provided vocational and job placement services to 300,000 people with disabilities and other barriers to employment. W ith 25 retail locations in Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Br evard, Lake and Volusia counties, Goodwill directly channels more than 90 percent of its annual revenue into programs that enable individuals to secure longterm employment and become self-sufficient. F or more information about Goodwill Industries of C entral Florida,visit www.goodwillcfl.org.Daily Bread groundbreakingD aily Bread Inc. invites all to attend the ground breaking for its new administration and services building on Sa turday, Dec. 10, at 9:30 a.m., at 805 East Fee Ave., M elbourne. The new building will include showers, laundry facilities, offices for Daily Br ead and community partners and counseling rooms. In addition, the existing kitchen/dining building will be renovated to provide a larger dining hall and kitchen for the volunteers who serve food 365 days a y ear. D aily Bread is a nonprofit corporation, supported primarily by donations, dedicated to improving the dignity and quality of life of the hungry in the community by providing a hot meal seven days a week and hygienic services, without charge, to anyone in need, without r egard to race, color, creed, sex or age. Fu r ther information may be obtained from John Farr ell,Daily Bread executive director,at (321) 723-1060.Five Guys Burgers & F ries Bengel's Burgers Franchise opens restaurant in Merritt IslandThe Bengel's Burgers Five G uys Burgers & Fries franchise has opened its 17th C entral Florida location. The new restaurant is located in Merritt Island at 500 East Merritt Island C auseway. The new restaurant seats 100 people, and the building is about 2,500 square feet. It also features the new C oca-Cola Freestyle. The machine offers more than 100 drink choices with an easy to use touch screen. I ncluding this new location, the Bengel's Burgers Fi ve Guys franchise now employs 460 people across C entral Florida. In J une 2009, the franchise began donating 10 percent of all restaurant location salesF or Hometown NewsnewsML@hometownnewsol.com Joseph DownsSee B USINESS, A7

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V icki and Peter Damon met while both were vacationing in the Bahamas 14 y ears ago. When she left to r eturn to reality a career in computer technology and her house in North Ca r olina Peter followed her with his trawler, refusing to leave unless she came with him. In six months, Vicki's r eality became living aboard Nomad, which, conveniently, is the couple's last name spelled backward and accurately represents the Damons' lifestyle. "S tarting my life with P eter enabled me to get back to my art," she said. W ith her new life, she r ekindled an old passion and picked up the paintbrush she had put down for her career. Now, 14 years later, she is an internationally recognized artist. S he creates her pieces by brushing colorful French dyes across silk canvases. An art form she learned at a workshop about seven y ears ago, silk painting is difficult to master because the dyes are hard to manipulate on the slick silk, she said. "M y goal was to paint portraits on silk, which I've been able to do," she said. In addition to portraits, V icki creates silk wearable art and framed pieces for display influenced by her extensive travels, particularly in Central America, she said. T ogether, Vicki and Peter have logged more than 40,000 miles on Nomad, visiting countries spanning as far south as Guatemala and as far north as Canada. "I n Central America, the people are so colorful and the cultures are so interesting," she said. "I really get inspired by all of the different areas we travel to." Though she's visited and lived in many countries, including Belize for a year and Nicaragua, she said G uatemala could possibly be her favorite destination. On a particular trip there, she rented a small house with Peter with a river running in both the front and back yards. After interacting with natives, the charm stuck with her. She uses photos from that trip as subject matter for some of her pieces. When the couple docks in Melbourne, Vicki participates in the local art scene by contributing to juried shows and fine art festivals, she said. She recently won the Patron Award at Fifth Av enue Art Gallery's 100% Pu re F lorida exhibition. "B eing an artist is a fulltime job, especially when I'm participating in a lot of shows and festivals," she said. "Luckily, the way I live allows me to be free to commit to what I love." F or more information, visit www.vickidamon.com. F riday, December 9, 2011 A4 MelbourneHometown News 688924T wo Feathers Gallery, Inc.833 E. New Haven Ave. € Old Historic Downtown Melbourne(321) 733-1227 Specializing in W hite BuffaloŽTurquoiseCome in and See Our LARGE Selection ofJewelry! 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Shops remain open late,are lit with white candles and lights,and merchants serve such holiday fare as wassail,cookies,tea,mulled cider,wine,cakes, candy canes,and hot chocolate.All evenings feature a variety of holiday entertainment with musicians,choirs, carolers,entertainers,'Father Christmas' and 'Cookie the Clown' strolling the streets,the arcades and inside the shops.Special entertainment on certain nights 688907 9 00 East New Haven € Downtown Melbourne321.727.3600ChristmasSAVE30%on any 1 itemwith HTN Coupon Expires Dec. 30, 2011€ Art Supplies € Stationary € Gifts € Complete line office supplies & furniture 688841 Dell Laptops Off LeaseExcellent Condition Full Warranty$295&up 321-951-0000Call Mr. Chips720 E. New Haven Ave. Melbourne, FL 32901 689238 321-914-0801550 Strawbridge Avenue € Melbourne, Florida 32901Check Our Website at: www.spacecoasthearingcare.comNo One Beats Our Service or Price! 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We honor all the world's major religionsThe Center for Spiritual Living-Space Coast 835 Executive Lane, Suite 136 Rockledge, Fl 32955 321-338-2990 € www.cslspacecoast.orgSpace Coast Space Coast Sundays 10:00am 68890011thAnnual 'Holiday & Candlelight Shopping'Saturdays: December 10th & 17th 5-9pm in Historic Downtown MelbourneV isit www.downtownmelbourne.com or Call 321-724-1741 for more infoOur merchants cordially invite you to enjoy the sights, sounds and tastes of the holiday season fashioned after Old English Country Holiday Traditions. Shops remain open late,are lit with white candles and lights,and merchants serve such holiday fare as wassail,cookies,tea,mulled cider,wine,cakes, candy canes,and hot chocolate.All evenings feature a variety of holiday entertainment with musicians,choirs, carolers,entertainers,'Father Christmas' and 'Cookie the Clown' strolling the streets,the arcades and inside the shops.Special entertainment on certain nights 688901VISIT US FOR THE HOLIDAYS!Unique Gifts, Delicious Restaurants & the Best Professional Services! Local artist embraces nomadic lifestyle By Meagan McGonemmcgone@hometownnewsol.com Staff photo by Meagan McGoneVicki Damon paints with F rench dyes on a stretched silk canvas while aboard Nomad, the trawler that she and her husband, P eter, call home. will actually receive $166.70. Da ve Poore, 98.5 The B each's station manager, said he encourages people to drop off toys to make the Holiday Toy Drive a great success. "W e' re hoping everyone will get involved to help 98.5 The Beach help the Early Learning Coalition of Brevard make this y ear's Christmas just a little bit brighter for the children of hardworking families that are struggling to afford child care," he said. F or more information, call the Early Learning Coalition of Brevard at (321) 637-1800,or call 98.5 The Beach at (321) 752-9850.ToyF rom page A1the boat, said Box Elder C ounty Sheriff's Chief D eputy Kevin Potter. After the man got out of the boat, a dog inside the vessel jumped up on the bow and stepped on the gun. The gun fired and shot the man in the buttocks. Medical crews later removed 27 pellets of birdshot. The fact the man was w earing waders likely helped prevent a more serious injury, Potter said. The gun was fired from approximately 10 feet away, he said. Potter did not have information on the type of dog that stepped on the shotgun. Fr om msnbc.msn.com : F acebooking juror kicked off murder trial A juror on a murder trial was dismissed when the trial judge learned through an anonymous phone call that she had ignored a direct order to stay away from the Internet and had posted entries about the case on Facebook. Among other things in a long list of entries posted while she was in the courthouse, the woman said the case "intrigued" her and she wanted be in contact with the accused after the trial, that a fellow juror annoyed her so much by cracking her knuckles that "I want to punch her," and that she thought the defendant was "presumed guilty." S he also took photos in the courtroom hallway of other jurors' shoes, posted them on her Facebook page and made disparaging r emarks about them, according to transcripts of a court hearing on her dismissal. S he did all of this after S uperior Court Judge W illiam Froeberg warned her and the other jurors that they are not to do any independent investigation, consult any reference material or talk about the case with anyone else until deliberations begin. Fr oeberg added, "And the biggest evil facing the world today: the Internet. Please stay off the Internet oh, and tweeting. We don't want any tweeting or texting either," he told the jury. The woman juror did not tweet, but she did post several entries on her F acebook page about being selected as juror No. 12 in the trial of People versus Christian William Carney, which is scheduled to last several weeks. D eputy District Attorney Eb r ahim Baytieh asked that the juror be dismissed, ye lled at and possibly prosecuted, according to a transcript of the hearing. Fr om sfgate.com: P olice disarm man with fake gun during filming Se veral San Francisco police officers responding to a 911 call about an armed robbery ran into the Alpha Market on Cole Street with guns drawn. "D r op the gun!" an officer ordered, aiming his weapon at a man in a ski mask brandishing a pistol. I nstead of dropping the gun, the man in the mask turned to the officers and said, "It's a movie!" That's what they all say. What happened next, according to Ade Saba, o wner of the Alpha Market, is that the police got really upset. They wanted him to drop the gun, but the guy didn't take it seriously because he knows it's a plastic gun," S aba said. The police report said the gunman refused to put down his pistol, and the officers overpowered and disarmed him." He was notW eirdF rom page A1 See WE IRD, A5

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, December 9, 2011 Melbourne A5 688687 Police report Indian Harbour Beach P olice Department Christopher James Phillips, 18, of 2306 Woodlawn Circle, M elbourne, was charged Nov. 30 with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.Melbourne P olice Department Elodia B. Aldapa, 52, of 423 Riverview Lane, Melbourne B each, was charged Nov. 25 with aggravated battery causing bodily harm. Richard S. First, 27, of 1245 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne, was charged Nov. 27 with attempting to solicit/conspire, two counts of petit larceny and two counts of unarmed burglary of an unoccupied conveyance. Patrick Shannon Fox, 49, of 1701 Evans Road, Melbourne, was charged Nov. 27 with felony battery on a person 65 y ears old or older. Tony D. Scott, 41, of 1006 Br others Ave., Melbourne, was charged Nov. 27 with unarmed r obbery and larceny. Matthew Woolner, 42, of 2367 Floridiane Drive, Melbourne, was charged Nov. 27 with felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Anandi Shanybe Pennyfeather, 29, of 1780 Steele S t., Melbourne, was charged No v. 28 with burglary with assault/battery and two counts of felony battery. Toni Terese Gerber, 33, of 2238 Hialeah St. N.E., Palm Ba y, was charged Nov. 29 with larceny, dealing in stolen property and passing forged/altered identification to a secondhand property dealer. Marilyn Solis, 21, of 817 O sage Ave., Melbourne, was charged Nov. 29 with petit larceny and trespassing.Brevard County Sheriff's Office Heather D. Sammons, 25, of 1145 Dove St., Melbourne, was charged Nov. 25 with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of cocaine and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana. Jerry Collier, 27, of 1423 R andolph St., Melbourne, was charged Nov. 26 as an out-ofstate fugitive. Humberto Alfredo LagosZ elaya, 33, of 1508 Stanley Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged Nov. 26 with passing a forged/altered bank bill/note. Leeann Rebecca Steele, 30, of 341 Tuscany Way, Melbourne, was charged Nov. 26 with driving while license suspended, refusing to submit to a balance test and felony driving under the influence. Kyle Lee Hartwigs, 19, of 6592 Fawnridge Drive, Melbourne, was charged Nov. 27 with armed burglary of a dwelling/structure/conveyance, attempting to solicit/conspire, felony battery and felony on-site violation of probation. William Morris Strick, 46, of 1003 Wimbledon Drive, Melbourne, was charged Nov. 27 with felony child abuse. Deborah Lee Tyler, 50, of 1155 Carissa Place, Melbourne, was charged Nov. 28 with felony driving under the influence and felony violation of probation. Tiffany Elizabeth Dejong, 30, of 11th Ave. A, Melbourne, was charged Nov. 29 with felony on-site violation of probation, possession of cocaine and three counts of violation of probation. Phillip Guccione, 50, of 1834 Audora Park Circle, Melbourne, was charged Nov. 29 with refusing to submit to a balance test, simple assault on a person 65 years old or older, driving while license suspended, felony on-site violation of probation and felony driving under the influence. James Harris, 23, of 3477 C abbage Palm Ave., Melbourne, was charged Nov. 29 with trespassing, unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling and two counts of larceny. Amanda M. Mills, 19, of 2500 Fairway Drive, Melbourne, was charged Nov. 30 with armed burglary of a dwelling/structure/conveyance and larceny. Larry Larcell Thompson, 18, of 1245 Palm Bay Road, M elbourne, was charged Nov. 30 with unarmed robbery. Lauren Beth Bridges, 18, of 2473 Majestic Ave., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 1 with dealing in stolen property and fraud-giving false ownership information to pawn items. Ryan Glen Cornman, 28, of 1243 Sorento Circle, West Melbourne, was charged Dec. 1 with unarmed robbery. Westley Blake Heller, 21, of 4466 Four Lakes Drive, Melbourne, was charged Dec. 1 with petit larceny, resisting in the recovery of property and trespassing. Jennifer R. Moore, 20, of 4651 Eau Gallie Blvd., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 1 with dealing in stolen property, fraud-illegal use of credit cards, fraud-giving false ownership information to pawn items, petit larceny, unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling and two counts of larceny. Jordan Faith Paci, 23, of 2955 Kemble Wick Drive, Melbourne, was charged Dec.1 with grand theft auto and felony on-site violation of probation. Editor's note: This is a list of arrests,not convictions, and all arrestees are presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty in a court of law. gal right on red, which is ridiculous," Mr. H azlett said. "M y wife said, You get paid $50 a week to be on the council, and yo u' ve done a lot of good for the city, and they come after you with this?' I said, H oney, it's smalltown politics.'" The City Council ov errode Mr. Hazlett's r ecommendation and voted 4-3 to retain police salaries at curr ent levels. Pr eviously, Mike Scudiero, spokesman for the Coastal Florida P olice Benevolent Association, said police officers in West M elbourne are seeking to unionize for wage stability and because of recent comments by Mr. H azlett. There has been some rhetoric in the last few months out of City Hall," Mr. Scudiero said. "You can only take so much before you have to stand up for yourself. The name-calling and the semantics have made for a tough working environment for these officers." Mr. Hazlett had r eferred via email to a city employee as a corrupt union thug" and described the police department as "B everly Hills P.D." because of its level of funding. The police allege Mr. Hazlett did not make a complete stop when he made a right turn at Minton Road and Norfolk Parkway. The officer alleges that Mr. Hazlett also crossed a white line several times. Mr. Hazlett said the traffic citation is suspicious because he has earned a "Safe Dr iver" designation on his driver's license, and does not drink. "I had four cops pull me over and they tied me up for almost an hour," Mr. Hazlett said. "They kept walking up to my window with different charges. "I 'm not a drinker, and they made me out to be an alcoholic with multiple violations, which is not true," Mr. Hazlett said. Ma y or Hal Rose said it was good law enforcement by his department, which has 35 officers. "W est Melbourne is fortunate to have a very large ration of policemen on the street for a city our size," the mayor said. Asked why it took four officers to conduct a routine traffic stop, Mayor Rose said: "Ma ybe it was a slow night."HarassmentF rom page A1arrested. D uo Creative has been filming at Alpha Market each month for the past y ear. The show is filmed in S an Francisco in English, but shown with Japanese voice-over in Japan. U ltimately, Duo Creative had all the proper permits and did not need to inform the police about the bogus burglary because it was on private property. P olice spokesman Officer Albie Esparza agreed that the company had no legal obligation to inform the police because the filming took place on private property. But the unidentified person who called 911 did the right thing," Esparza said. Fr om news.yahoo.com : T exas man rescued after becoming stuck in chimney Fi re officials say a Texas man who had to be rescued from the chimney of his house wasn't trying to be S anta Claus. He was just locked out of his house. Fi re officials say they had to hoist the 22-year-old man by rope from the chimney of his house in southwest Lubbock. D eputy Fire Marshal R obert Loveless tells the Lu bbock AvalancheJ ournal that the man and his family were locked out of their house. Loveless says the man, wanting to save the price of a locksmith, decided to enter the house through the chimney as his wife and child waited outside. Loveless says the man's wife called 911 after he became stuck. Firefighters hauled him out about an hour later. He was not injured. S ean McCarthy can be r eached at help@ComputeThisOnline.com (no hyphens).W eirdF rom page A4

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A6 THIS WEEKS LUCKY THIS WEEKS LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLE If This is your license plate go to the nearest HTN Office to verify by noon Tuesday.CONGRATULATIONSto Last Weeks Winner,Victoria J. Allenof South Daytona! GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY!Stop by ANY office or CALL!!!WIN $1 00-$1000 I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIAN RIVER CO.772-569-6767MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 689175 Americans deserve betterI have a short quote for everyone. I wished I had said this, but I did not. And I am going to give credit to the person who said it. And it starts: "The fact that we are here today to debate raising America's debt limit is a sign of leadership failure. It is a sign that the United States government cannot pay its o wn bills. It is a sign that we now depend on on-going financial assistance from foreign countries to finance our government's reckless, fiscal policies. Increasing America's debt, we can invest domestically and internationally. Leadership means that the buck stops here.' Instead, Washington is shifting the burden of bad choices today onto the backs of our children and grandchildren. America has a debt problem and a failure of leadership. Americans deserve better." Who said that? Senator B arrack H. Obama, March 2006. He 's a genius, always passing the buck to somebody to somebody else, passing the blame off to someone else. It is amazing.Get and keep the drunks off our Florida state roadsP olice are not cracking down on all drunks, but the very simple answer to this problem is why don't they park themselves out of every bar, saloon and cat house in Florida and check the peoples' breath when they come out? That is the only reason they are going in there is to get plastered and drunk. They don't want to do it at home where it is safe for them to drink. They want to go out and then drive on our streets, drunk as skunks. So why don't the police just sit there in front of every bar and check them as they come out, arrest their drunken butts and put them in the slammer?A rant for NB A ownersI guess what I have is a ra ve for the National Basketball Association owners. A friend of mine suggested that the best thing to do for the owners is to dissolve the NBA, and then start the team back with another name and have the rules and regulations in place. That would cause a lot more people to be happy, and it would be spelled out. Thank you.How far we have fallen, what we have lostHe y, I saw my rant in the paper today. I never though I would see it. It encourages me to give y ou another one. I wonder how many of y ou are amused and perplexed at the strike of the multi-millionaire basketball players against the billionaire owners of the basketball teams. I was amazed at the coverage and the obvious concern of the media. Thinking about it, it took me back to my childhood in the 1920s where men worked 12 hours a day and six days a week for survival wages. I remember when the workers finally struck the companies, and the companies brought in other workers to fill the jobs. The strikers formed picket lines to keep the r eplacement workers out of the plants. In my father's case, it was a railroad roundhouse, where skilled workers, pipe fitters, boilermakers, sheet metal workers and welders worked to keep the steam locomotives repaired and r unning. To counter the picket, the companies hired "s trikebreakers" to intimidate the strikers to allow the replacement workers they were called "scabs" through the picket lines. The strikebreakers were armed with various types of clubs, axe handles, short bats, hammer handles and guns. Battles did occur. I remember Dad coming home after serving on the picket line with blood on his face and bloody knuckles. And then he would add to his collection of various types of clubs, and many times take a pistol from his pocket and lay it on the 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, DECEMBER 9, 2011 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM Andy Stefanek/ staff photographerJohn Pasko of Palm Bay and Wendy Gough of Melbourne decorate the Families of the Shield tree at The 2 7th Annual Festival of Trees at the Maxwell C. King Center in Melbourne. Every angel on the tree represents an officer fallen in the line of duty in America.Tree of memoriesLettersThe truth about 9/11 is the k ey to peaceTo the editor: Why is it when the president of Ir an says explosive material, not planes, brought down the World Tr ade Center, it is suddenly front page news to be ridiculed and ostracized; yet when thousands of our own citizens say the same thing, they are ignored by the press for years now, despite having solid evidence as proof (The Open Chemical Physics Journal, 2009, 2, 7-31)? W ith well over 1,600 licensed architects and engineers calling for a new independent investigation into the events of 9/11, Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth (as911Truth.org) have just completed their new documentary D VD "9/11 Explosive Evidence; E xperts Speak Out." It features dozens of credentialed building professionals from America's top universities explaining why the government's account of 9/11 is unscientific and false (911 expertsspeakout.org). N umerous other video documentaries, as well as volumes of factual and scientific evidence disproving the official 9/11 story, now exist. E vidently, the only exception to this media-imposed silence is when the source is one whom our government would have us vilify. The bias in this instance is so obvious that it exposes the corpor ate mass media as duplicitous warmongers, because the truth about 9/11 is the key to peace. It also points an incriminating finger at who the real 9/11 conspirators are. M eanwhile, aware and informed patriots are left in the unenviable position of knowing their own government espouses a lie and goes to war for it, while our supposed enemy is telling the truth. Br uce Morgan C ocoaPreventing home burglary not as hard as you thinkYou might be surprised to learn just how easy it is to stop burglars from getting into your home. Some people have r esigned themselves to the thought that if a criminal wants to get in, there is not much they can do about it. Fo r tunately, that is not the case. By installing just a few simple and inexpensive upgrades and taking a few precautions, you can greatly reduce your family's chances of being victimized. Most burglars are looking for the fastest and easiest target possible. Bu r glars typically target homes they believe to be temporarily unoccupied to avoid being confronted by a homeowner with a gun. Cr iminals drive, bike or walk through neighborhoods, usually during daylight hours, looking for homes that appear vulnerable and vacant. They look for lights on during the day or an accumulation of mail or newspapers that may indicate homeowners are away. While exterior lighting is an excellent crime deterrent at night, do not allow outside lights to be on during the day as it sends the wrong message to criminals that you are away. Put lights on timers or solar switches to ensure lights are off during the day. Do not allow newspapers and fliers to gather in the driveway or near the front door. If on vacation, consider putting a hold on y our mail or ask a trusted member to hold your mail and packages until your r eturn. Only tell people who absolutely need to know that you are going away. Sometimes, it is the family member of a neighbor who is aware you are gone who commits the burglary. M ost burglars start at the same place the front door. They do this for several reasons. Primarily, because they need to knock to ensure no one is home. They can spend some time there without arousing suspicion. They can peer through glass and determine if the home has a dog or an alarm system (two things burglars dislike). M any front doors open inward, and unfortunately, that makes them very easy to kick in. The burglar ensures no neighbors are looking and then hits the door with his foot or shoulder to open it. Most of these doors, even those with deadbolt locks, are forced open easily. How? It is not typically the door or the deadbolt that is weak, but the door jamb itself. The little strike plate in the door jamb (the part the deadbolt slides into) is frequently held in place by small screws. When force is exerted on the door, the soft wood of the jamb splits easily and the door opens. The burglar enters, closing the door behind him, leaving no outside clues. Ho w can you stop that? It is actually fairly easy. Replace that little strike plate with a security strike plate with long screws available at many hardware stores or online. Obscure all clear glass at or near the front door so that the burglar cannot see inside. The less he can see, the more uncomfortable he will be and the more likely he will leave without attempting a burglary. Signs near the front door indicating a monitored alarm system or "B eware of Dog" are also good deterrents. Even if y ou don't have a dog, a big empty dog bowl near the front door can stop a burglar in his tracks. Think like a burglar. Why would a burglar want to risk encountering a home with a big dog when there are so many homes without dogs? S ome people will leave a garage door partially open for pets or ventilation. Bu r glars driving by are attracted to a partially open garage door and will quickly squeeze under the door to access the garage. Once inside your garage, they can use tools to claw through the drywall to get into your home, all while being completely undetected by neighbors. If your home has attic stairs in the garage, they can use them to get into your attic and then walk across your trusses and drop down through your ceiling into y our home. S ide doors with windows are also attractive to burglars. Most side entry doors are somewhat secluded and the glass is easy to break. A burglar's objective is not to wriggle through the broken glass, but rather to reach through and unlock the door. You can stop this by installing a door without a window, or adding security screening or using a double cylinder deadbolt lock (if code allows). To prevent burglars from breaking in through a window, supplemental locks (thumbscrews) can be applied to the inside frames. After a burglar breaks a window and unlocks the factory locks, these little locks will still prevent the window from opening. The burglar doesn't know why and doesn't have the time to find out. He's made noise and he is still outside and he probably won't stick around too long to figure it out. Ensure all family members know about these security upgrades and can remove them during times of emergency. Lastly, sliding glass doors can be a problem. A burglar can defeat most locks with a simple screwdriver. To stop this, security pins can be installed which locks one slider into another and can prevent doors from being opened, even if the lock is compromised. Some of the older or less expensive models can be lifted right out of their frames from the outside. To help prevent this, open the slider and install security spacers (or screws with washers) in upper track. Leave a little clearance so the slider still moves freely. The spacers remove the space needed to lift the door out of the frame. By j ust doing a few things around the house, you can greatly reduce your chances of being the victim of a home burglary. F or more crime prevention tips, please go to our w ebsite at www.BrevardSheriff.com. On behalf of the proud men and women of your S heriff's Office, it is an honor to serve you. J ack Parker is the sheriff of Brevard County BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFFJACK PARK ER See R ANTS, A7 Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 11 02 South U.S. 1, Fort Pierce, FL 34950 Copyright 2011, Hometown News L.C.Phone (321) 242-1013 Fax (321) 242-1281Classified (321) 242-0442 1 -800-823-0466 Rants & Raves (321) 242-1276Circulation 1 -866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comMELBOURNEV oted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. Steven E. Erlanger . . .Publisher and C.O.O. Jim Kendall . . . . . .C.E.O. Lee Mooty . . . . . .General Manager/CFO V ernon D.Smith . . . .Managing Partner Philip J. Galdys . . . .VP/Director of Operations T ammy A. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, December 9, 2011 Melbourne A7 688614 688691 Hometown Newsbrevnews@hometownnewsol.com 689188If you talk to Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy chorus and orchestra teacher Lorie W acaster long enough, y oull hear about the Mozart effect: the theory that exposure to classical music has a beneficial effect on cognitive development. At a school where academic achievements are the rule, not the exception, the fine arts department may be the schools best-kept secret. But not for much longer: the schools fine arts are garnering some considerable accolades. At the recent Solo and Ensemble Musical Assessments, 19 strings players brought home 23 superior and two excellent ratings. These kids are so high performing that theyre choosing between music and medicine in college,Ž says W acaster. Additional kudos goes to violinist Kaley Stirtzinger, w ho earned a spot in the AllState Honors Orchestra, and saxophone player Nick Belsten, a Florida High School Honor Band selectee. The Upper School drama department, led by Jessica Swalchick, participated in the Florida District XI Thespian Competition, a statewide event open to all high schools. The students earned six superior rankings and two merits of excellence in categories including improvisation and pantomime. In the visual arts, Sara Ashley's work was chosen for Imagination Across America, a permanent exhibition at the Discovery Gateway Children's Museum in Salt Lake City, Utah. Mark your calendars for Holy Trinitys Fine Arts F estival on February 4th: Professional artists from the area will display and sell their work, and demonstrate their process. Area high school artists have been invited to show their work also. In April, the Lower School will be performing The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley, Jr.Hitting A High NoteHoly Trinitys award-winning fine arts department raises the bar a few octaves to Second Harvest Food B ank on the first Monday evening of each month. So far, the Bengel's Burgers Five G uys franchise has donated more than $20,000 to the nonprofit. They also regularly support various schools, churches and nonprofit organizations. Visit www.fiveguys.com or call (321) 200-4550 for more information.NASA administrator highlights local firmNASA Administrator Charles Bolden toured Kegman Inc. of Melbourne, one company that supplied technology and engineering support to the Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity rover. Mr. Bolden's tour of Kegman coincided with the r ecent Second Annual Small B usiness Saturday, a day to support the local small businesses that create jobs, boost the economy and preserve neighborhoods around the country. K egman Inc. is an economically disadvantaged, woman-owned, veterano wned small business. It monitors and analyzes the wind impact during launch preparations. NASA officials estimate more than 40 American companies, universities and organizations with more than 5,000 workers in 31 states and nine countries contributed to the development and construction of Cu r iosity. Of those companies, at least two dozen are small businesses. F or more information about the Mars Science Laboratory mission, visit www.nasa.gov/msl. F or more information about Small Business Saturday,visit www.smallbusinesssaturday.com. W eichert Realtors Hallmark Properties adds new RealtorW eichert Realtors Hallmark Properties has announced the addition of R ealtor Martin J. Frisone to the sales team in Melbourne. Mr. Frisone serves buyers and sellers throughout Breva rd C ounty as a member of the Melbourne Area Association of Realtors and a resident of Melbourne. Pr eviously, he worked as a commercial/residential sales manager for Protective One, with offices in Orlando, Jacksonville and Tampa. Mr. Frisone is originally from Brooklyn, where he earned a bachelor's degree in marketing/management from the New York Institute of Technology. The Weichert Agency is located at 7640 N. Wickham R oad, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 327-2993 or visit www.weicherthallmark.com.T ed Todd Insurance Agency relocates to new office in VieraJ amie Hill, manager of Ted T odd Insurance Agency in M elbourne, has announced that the agency office has r elocated to 6711 Lake Andrew Drive, Unit 102, at The Avenues in Viera. The new office features contemporary Florida styling and showcases photography as shot through the lenses of local landscape photographers. T ed Todd formed Ted Todd I nsurance Agency more than 25 years ago and it is now one of the largest Allstate agencies in the country. The agency has a total of seven locations with more than 40 licensed insurance professionals located throughout Lee, Collier, Breva r d, Palm Beach and Sarasota Counties. Mr. Todd is a charter member of Allstate Insurance C ompany's Hall of Fame and sits on its executive council that assists the company with strategic direction. The Ted Todd Insurance Agency provides home, auto, business, commercial, retirement and life insurance products to more than 30,000 customers in Boca R aton, Bonita Springs, Cape Co r al, Estero, Fort Myers, Lehigh Acres, Naples, Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, Sarasota, Indian Harbour Beach, S atellite Beach, Melbourne, V iera and Palm Bay. F or more information,visit www.TedToddInsurance.co m or call (321) 777-8503.BUSINESS CALENDAR FRIDAY, DE C. 9 SCORE Small Business C ounseling: 11 a.m. Melbourne Regional Chamber of C ommerce, 1005 E. Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne. For more information,call (321) 254-2288.TUESDAY, DEC. 13 Leads R'Us Leads Club meeting: 11:30 a.m. Melbourne Regional Chamber of C ommerce at Brio Italiano, 2005 Vernon Place, Melbourne. F or information,call club president Glenda O'Coin at (321) 254-1687. You Got To Eat Leads Club meeting: N oon. Cocoa B each Regional Chamber of C ommerce at Red Lobster, 215 E. Merritt Island Causeway, Merritt Island. C all (321) 459-2200.WEDNESDAY, DEC. 14 West Melbourne Business Association meeting: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Melbourne Regional Chamber of C ommerce at Buena Vida Estates, 2129 W. New Haven Av e ., Melbourne. F or information,call Christine at (321) 724-5400,Ext.235. The Exchange Referral Gr oup Leads Club meeting: N oon. Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce at the Broken Barrel Tavern, 4700 Babcock St. N.E., Palm Bay. F or information,call club president Rylan McCart at (321) 722-0707.THURSDAY, DEC. 15 Business Toolkit Series: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Melbourne Regional Chamber of C ommerce, 1005 E. Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne. The topic will be "Tips for Public S peaking." Cost is $25 for members and Barry University alumni, and $40 for nonmembers. Register online at www.melbourneregionalchamber.com.UPCOMING EVE NTS New Partner Welcome Orientation: 8-9:30 a.m. Friday, Dec. 16. Cocoa Beach R egional Chamber of Commerce Chamber Boardroom, 400 Fortenberry Road, Merr itt Island. Call (321) 4592200. SCORE Small Business C ounseling: 11 a.m. Friday, De c. 16, Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce, 1005 E. Strawbridge Ave., M elbourne. For more information, call (321) 254-2288.BusinessF rom page A3kitchen table. My Da d' s company strike did not last very long. The company realized they were paying scabs, plus the strikebreakers, and the scabs were not skilled enough to keep the locomotives repaired and running. They finally settled. My D ad now finally had Saturdays and Sundays off. He worked an 8-hour day, instead of 12. We got to see him up and awake around the house, instead of sleeping all the time. The contrast between my Da d' s experience in the 1920s and the pampered players makes me wonder how far we have fallen, what we have lost. Thank you.RantsF rom page A6

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P ALM BAY At first glance, Tr easure Seekers appears to be a typical thrift shop, with wares that include furniture, toys, books, clothing, shoes, purses, picture frames and a va r iety of knick knacks and collectibles. One recent customer came away with a pair of Lennox statuettes for $3 each. B ut at closer look, Treasure S eekers is more than a mere place to find a bargain. The man at the counter, Rick Ritchey, is assistant pastor at First Pentecostal Church in Palm Bay. The store's walls are adorned with such sayings as "B e still, know that I am God (Psalm 46:10)." M any of the store's customers are members of local churches who come to enjoy fellowship and shopping. And the store's daily proceeds go to build modest homes in Peru, Haiti, the Dominican Republic and the Amazon jungle. The store also helps support local needs. Through First Pentecostal Church, Treasure Seekers supports the "Food in The Park" program that feeds the homeless in a Melbourne park. It also helps feed residents of a nearby nursing home, and supports a ministry for the deaf. Tr easure Seekers, located in a strip mall on Babcock Street, opened its doors two months ago as part of its mission to help the less fortunate. That's what we're here for, to minister to each other," said Jimmy Chapman, a volunteer store manager. "Of all the thousands of people who come through this store, it we can save one, it's worth it." Mr. Chapman said First P entecostal Church decided to open the thrift store as a way to fund outreach programs, rather than asking church members to fund yet another project. "W ith the economy the way it is, it's hard to keep hitting the congregation for money," Mr. Chapman said. "To do these projects in other countries and here, it's hard to keep saying, We need more, we need more.' The store allows us to bring in cash flow to help us do our outreach," he said. Mr. Chapman said the store can afford its inventory because it is "100 percent donations, mostly from people in the church." "P eace Lutheran Church brought in two truckloads of stuff here," Mr. Chapman said. In addition, a church member has donated the rental building, so the church pays only for "taxes, lights and phones," Mr. Chapman said. C ustomer Delores Davie of P alm Bay stopped by to donate a variety of goods to the store one day, and to shop the next day. "I found out the store is supporting worldwide missions," Ms. Davie said. "When y ou know what good works they're doing, you want to help." Anne Rusinko of Melbourne said the store represents more than an ordinary business transaction. There is a bigger fulfillment from getting what I need here," Ms. Rusinko said. "I t' s helping my needs, and somebody else's needs." Du r ing slow moments, Mr. Chapman finds another way to keep the ministry going: eBay. He signs on and lists items from the store that he hopes will be grabbed up by eBay buyers. "S omebody brought in a group of old knives, so I went on eBay and sold them for $27.99," Mr. Chapman said. "I shipped them to Brazil." Another item, a donated 35mm camera, sold for $51 to someone in Israel, he said. "E verybody is looking for a deal because of the economy," he said. "I have 46 items on eBay for sale right now. Christmas is coming up, and we want to feed the homeless." P astor Ritchey said the fundraising effort goes toward a good cause such as building a small church in Peru in 2009. "W e put a corrugated plastic top on a building that in America, would be a poor way to go," Pastor Ritchey said. "B ut there, it was the nicest building in town. "I t has no windows, no air conditioning, no floor, and is half the size of this room. But they felt like they were uptown because we left them something that was protected from the weather," Pastor Ritchey said. 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M att Keene and Ryan C antey hope their threew eek long, 310-mile journey up the St. Johns River, which began on Dec. 7, will help them achieve several goals. F irst, they would like to r aise awareness of Florida's r ecreational opportunities, highlighting the St. Johns River as one of the state's greatest assets. As the longest ri ver entirely within Florida's borders, it has much to offer for people looking for a longdistance paddling trip, Mr. K eene said. "W ith a lot of Americans struggling financially right now, it is great to know that there are affordable recreational opportunities close to home," he said. S econdly, the two would like to wake up the citizens that reside near the St. Johns River by supporting the St. J ohns Riverkeeper, a nonprofit advocacy organization that tackles some of the ri ver's most critical issues, including nutrient overload, elevated levels of bacteria and over withdrawal of the aquifer, Mr. Cantey said. J immy Orth, the executive director for the St. Johns Riverkeeper, said he is thrilled that Mr. Keene and Mr. Cantey are showcasing the St. Johns River and the importance of protecting it. The St. Johns has had a significant impact on culture, history and our economy," Mr. Orth said. "Many communities like Palatka, J acksonville, and Enterprise may not exist if not for the St. J ohns River. It is vital to the economy of our state and our quality of life and in many ways, it defines the communities that line its banks." F inally, the two would like to exercise their passion for the outdoors, as neither kayaker is new to long-distance paddling trips. Mr. Keene, a 26-year-old M elbourne resident who studies journalism at Brevard C ommunity College, was the first person to complete the F lorida Circumnavigational S altwater Paddling Trail, a 1,500-mile trek around Florida that took him more than three months to complete. Mr. Cantey, a 24-year-old graduate of Florida State U niversity, currently resides in Jacksonville and has been kayaking for 10 years. His experience with long-distance trips includes a 240mile paddle down the S uwannee River in April, which he was inspired to do after talking to Mr. Keene when the two met hiking the F lorida Trail. Mr. Keene and Mr. Cantey will document their journey by updating Facebook and T witter daily, as well as posting pictures and journal entries every week on their w ebsite, www.marsh2mayport.com. Mr. Cantey said he hopes people will be inspired to take a journey on the St. J ohns River, which is "far less popular than the Suwannee for long-distance trips, but it has just as much to offer, if not more." "A few people have paddled the length of the river, but (Mr. Keene and Mr. C antey) are definitely in rare company," Mr. Orth said. These type of trips really do capture the imagination of the public. 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Melbourne B1 688603NOPURCHASENECESSARY TO ENTER PROMOTIONS, 100 FREE ENTRIES, PER CUSTOMER ALLOWED PER DAY. PROMOTION STARTS NOVEMBER 4, 2011 AND ENDS NOVEMBER 4, 2012. MUST BE 18 OR OLDER TO PARTICIPATE. CH12465 A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800) 435-7352 WITH IN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE. 1270 N. Wickham Road Suite 43, Melbourne, FL32935321.610.7871 Open 7 Days A WeekEarly B ir ds M idnight M adness 11 pm-2 amLadies D ay E v er y M onday M en  s D ay E v er y W ednesday 1st$20 Donation Receives 800 EntriesNo w Until Christmas EveP ick an OrnamentWINGREATPRIZES!S tarting December 9th9am € 11am € 1pm € 9pm € 11pmM onday-Friday 1st$20 Donation Receives 800 Entries NOWOPEN!Live Music on Fridays!$7 Pitcher for Monday Night Football! Charlie &JakesBar-B-Que Grill2725 Minton Road, W. Melbourne321-345-4441688880T ired of Holiday Shopping? Stop in & get your first draft, wine or well liquor on us.Must present HTNCoupon. Expires 12/16/11 1935 Aurora Rd. Melbourne € 255-7781 $5Match Play ALLDAY EVERYDAYNO Coupon Necessary Sun Thurs 9am-1am FriSat 9am-2am New ArcadeT ournamentFriday 7-10:30pm T uesThursSat 1:00 3:30 pmSmoking PermittedPlayer's Club ArcadeBINGO EVERY MON & WED 6PM & 8PM SPIN THE WHEEL EVERY TUES & THURS & SUN 8PM & 10PM688855SMOKIN HOT JACKPOTS!$20 Gets you $2 FREEPLAY All Day, Everyday FREE Wheel Spin If You Are Here At 10:00 am Out & about Choreographer Frank G alvez of the Galmont B allet came to the United S tates from Cuba. He wanted to show his deep love for his adopted country through his art. In 1994, he adapted the classic "Nutcracker Ballet," setting it in the United S tates in the 19th century. He called his work "The American Nutcracker." The Galmont Ballet will present "The American N utcracker" at the Cocoa V illage Playhouse Dec. 1718. Lucia Montero, who is a co-founder of the company, spoke about how the work is a tribute both to the spirit of the original ballet and the spirit of America. This is our eighth year of performing The American Nutcracker,'" she said. "Frank has brought it a little closer to our time and put it in the U nites States. It follows the same story and Tchaikovsky's musical score." One of the hallmarks of any Nutcracker ballet is wonderful costumes, and this production is no exception. However, there is a bit of a twist. "W e use the American colors of red, white and blue," Ms. Montero said. The glowing Christmas tree in the beginning is in V ictorian style, decorated in red, white and blue. It's beautiful. For the children, the boys are dressed as cowboys." There are 52 performers in the production, including two sugar plum fairies. D aliana Gutierrez, 15, who began dancing at Galmont when she was 7, will dance at the two evening performances. Taryn Faherty, who has danced with the company for five years, will perform for the two matinees. The company brings in a guest artist each year and this year Juan Rodriguez, a dancer with Complexion D ance Company in New Yo rk City, will dance the r ole of the cavalier. The decision to stage a classical ballet with some modern elements is the r esult of Frank Galvez' love for the American style of music, a melding of classical and jazz. As the choreographer, he does the same thing," Ms. Montero said. "It's a fusion of classical technique with the influence of jazz and American r hythms. That's his choreographic style. He wanted to do something very American, to honor America." The Galmont Ballet presents "The American N utcracker Dec.1718 at the Cocoa Village Playhouse,300 Brevard Ave., Cocoa.Performances are De c.17 at 2 p.m.and 7:30 p .m.and Dec.18 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.Tickets are $25 for adults,$23 for students,seniors and active military and $18 for children younger than 12. Ca ll the box office at (321) 636-5050.Sing along with Handel's Messiah'"Messiah," the enduring Christmas oratorio by George Friedrich Handel, will be presented as a free "sing-along" concert on Friday, Dec. 9th at 7 p.m. at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, 56 55 Stadium Parkway, Viera. All area singers are invited to participate in the choral event that last year attracted several hundred. T he assembled singers will be accompanied by members of the professional Space Coast Symphony Orchestra with featured soloists from the Space Coast Chorus. Maestro Aaron Collins will lead the orchestra and chorus in the Space Coast's fourth annual Messiah singalong. Singers may bring their own score or use the music provided. T he public is invited to sing or simply listen to the perennial Christmas favorite. F or more information, call (321) 5368580 or visit www.SpaceCoastSymphony.org.A Heartfelt Holiday' includes Brevard Children's Chorus T he Brevard Community Chorus, along with the Brevard Children's Chorus and professional instrumentalists, will present "A Heartfelt Holiday" on Saturday, Dec. 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the King Center for the Performing Arts at 3 865 N. Wickham Road in Melbourne. T he concert will feature a number of choral favorites by John Rutter, selections by the Brevard Children's Chorus, including the return of "The Little Drummer Boy," as well as other music of the season. V ocal standout Roger Wenninger will perform the baritone solo in Ralph Va ughan Williams' "Fantasia on Christmas Carols." Tickets are $20 for general admission and $15 for students/seniors, and are available at the King Center Box Office, (321) 242-2219 or by visiting www.BrevardCommunityChorus.org.Music on a Sunday Afternoon' has classical and jazzMusic on a Sunday Afternoon presents a seasonal concert with classical/jazz guitarist Shawn Foster at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 11 at the Cocoa Beach Public Library. An American flamenco guitarist, Mr. F oster studied with a protŽgŽ of Carlos Montoya and has entertained worldwide. Also known as the "Fishin' Musician," he will showcase his musical skills with flamenco, classical and jazz guitar and some seasonal tunes. Copies of his CD, "Roar of Whispers," will be on sale, as will "Just Guitar, No Strings Attached" and "Then & Now." F or more information, call (321) 86811 04.Old Fashioned Christmas Concert' features choral favoritesT he Dr. Vernon Boushell Concert Series continues with an "Old Fashioned Choral Christmas Concert" on Sunday, Dec. 11 at 3:30 p.m. at Riverside Presbyterian Church, 3400 N. Atlantic A ve., Cocoa Beach. T he concert will feature the Riverside Chancel Choir under the direction of Glenn Arnold, with music by John Rutter, Robert Shaw and more. To honor the memory of series' namesake Dr. Vernon Boushell, daughter Sherry MacLean, along with soloists John Kent, Robert Yost and harpist Kay Callaghan will present music of the holiday season. T he audience will be invited to join in a sing-along of popular Christmas B aja Tavern and Eats : The Tiki Band will play 4:308:30 p.m. Saturday. The Tr opical Yuppies will play 59 p .m. Sunday. The Supercats Lite will play 59 p.m. Thursday. The Baja is at 626 Glen Cheek Drive, Port Canaveral. C all (321) 799-1616. B each Shack : The S tephan Michael Connection will play 8 p.m. to midnight Fr iday. Sunnyland Steve will play 48 p.m. Sunday. The S pace Coast Playboys will play 8 p.m. to midnight Thursday. The Beach Shack is at 1 Minutemen Causeway, C ocoa Beach. Call (321) 7832250. Charlie and Jake's Bar-BQue : Highway 1 with Joel Thomas will play 5:308:30 p .m. Friday. Charlie and J ake's is at 2725 Minton Road, W est Melbourne. Call (321) 345-4441. City Limits Restaurant and Lounge : Spanks Band will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. Swampfox will play 7:3010:30 p.m. Sunday. City Limits is at 4851 S. Dairy R oad, Palm Bay. Call (321) 723-2222. City Tropics Bistro : Jerry Z ee and Company will play at 11 a.m. Sunday. City Tropics Bistro is at 249 Fifth Ave., I ndialantic. Call (321) 7231300. C ocoa Beach Pier : The Tr opical Yuppies will play 610 p.m. Thursday. The C ocoa Beach Pier is at 401 M eade Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4050. C ocoa Beach Sports Club : New Gravity will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday. C ocoa Beach Sports Club is at 142 N. Orlando Ave., Cocoa B each. Call (321) 7833777. Cr ossroads Sports Bar : G atorblues will play at 9 p.m. Fr iday. Crossroads is at 5070 M inton Road N.W., Palm Bay. C all (321) 723-9952. Djon's Steak and Lobster H ouse : The Red Show Trio will play 7 p.m. to midnight Fr iday and Saturday. Julia B ullock will play 6 p.m. to closing Sunday and Thursday. Djon's is at 522 Ocean Av e ., Melbourne Beach. Call (321) 722-2737. D og N'Bone British Pub : S taring Blind will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. The Dog N' Bone is at 9 Stone St., C ocoa Village. Call (321) 6362828. D oubles Beachside Tiki Bar : Aaron and Alex Cole will p lay 710 p.m. Friday. Mike and Mikey will play 711 p.m. S aturday. Doubles is at 1894 STAR SCOPESJames Tucker W eek of 12-9-2011 Aries-March 21-April 19Endurance is one of your g reatest gifts. You are the first sign in the zodiac. You run the longest race. We are all thankful for your strong spirit and example. We look up to you and thank you for always being there. Your fiery nature lights the way and keeps us from getting lost. May the coming holidays be very special.T aurus-April 20-May 20W hen life gets overloaded, take a step back, along with a deep breath and get a second wind. Then refocus and move forward. Call on family, friends or loved ones when you need a helping hand or friendly voice. That's what friends are for. You always g ive to others. Let it come back. Now everyone is happy.Gemini-May 21-June 21K eep searching for balance. Stay happy and glowing inside. It's all about the choices we make. Find humor in small things. You have a sweet inner child. Your heart is as large and loving. When you are happy, the world is happy. Guide your life toward peace, love, health and abundance. It's all that really matters.Cancer-June 22-July 22Y our spirit is so strong. Your heart prevails. People admire, love and respect you. There is so much more you want to do. Stay active over the holidays, but don't overdo it. You are a people person, capable of great happiness and achievement. When you get fired up and turned on, this world is a far better place to be in.L eo-July 23-Aug. 22Y our life force is so strong and vibrant. You have a free flowing connection between your body, mind, heart and soul. Use these great gifts to wind down your work in 2 011 and then celebrate and rejoice over the holidays. Now is the time to make plans for the New Year and start it off on an even higher path of greatness.Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22Y ou have a guardian angel sitting on your shoulder, guiding you. The key is to follow your heart, not the head. Y our life path and greatestSee S CENE, B3 See SCOPES, B2Nutcracker' has an American feelClub Scene By Shelley KoppelEntertainment writer Photo courtesy of the Galmont BalletDancers of the Galmont Ballet perform in The American Nutcracker.' The ballet, choreographed by Frank Galvez, will be presented at the Cocoa Village Playhouse Dec. 17-18.See OUT, B2 Br evard CountyEntertainmentDining &SECTION B WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2011

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happiness comes when you are serving others. You love to see everybody well fed and happy. The more you receive the more you can give. This is your harvest of a good life well lived.Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22A lifetime of accumulated wisdom and experience continues to move you forward toward your dreams and goals. Your decisions are made on feelings and instincts and allow you access to your higher power. This g ives you a distinct edge. It is the stuff that great souls use to guide their lives. You are a g reat soul.Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21Y ou continue to move forward to new and better days. Y ou have outgrown old, outdated patterns. You aren't stuck anymore. Your creative juices are flowing again. Get restarted on the life project that has been sidetracked for a while. You have the blessing of the universe upon you. You are a free spirit ready to fly.Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21T he universe wants to give you all the energy you need to make it safely through the holidays. Yeah! It's time to celebrate. Call some family members and friends who love and miss you. In the giving we receive back 100 fold. Get back to your roots. Renew your life force and spirit. Watch out world. Here I come!Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19Y ou are doing great. Not much change is needed. Stay with your major goals. Your positive attitude has set you in an excellent direction. The holidays will be great and very exciting for you. You have overcome life. People are beginning to tell you how young you look. Could anyone be doing better? I don't think so.Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18F amily matters will take center stage the next few weeks. Stay true to yourself, but pay attention to others who need emotional support. Stay in a festive mood. A bright attitude brings cheer to any occasion. Gladly give your support to those who need you. Return love received with love given. This justifies your life.Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20Stay focused on your main creative projects. The universe will reward you with much increase. Your power of observation is especially strong now. Let the holidays be a time of rejoicing and celebration for the many blessings this year. Open up the heart even more and know that the coming year will be the best ever.carols. A free ticket for the performance is available online at www.RiversidePres.org or by calling (321) 525-7825. An Old Fashioned Choral Christmas Concert is the second event of the free 20 1112 Dr. Vernon Boushell Concert Series at Riverside Presbyterian Church in Cocoa Beach. F or more information, visit www.RiversidePres.org or call (321) 783-6085.Second Sunday in the Park' music series "Second Sunday in the P ark" presents Harbor City Horns and Celtic Voices Sunday, Dec. 11, 6 7 p.m. Concert will be held in the sanctuary, 610 Young St., Melbourne. T he concert is free to the public. F or more information, call Elizabeth Murray at (321) 777-0168 .Sebastian Inlet Night Sounds' to feature SygnalHosted by the Friends of Sebastian Inlet State Park, the Night Sounds Concert Series will present the band, Sygnal, 7 -9 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10, at Sebastian Inlet State Park, 97 00 S. Highway A1A, Melbourne Beach. S ygnal is a group of musicians and songwriters who come from diverse backgrounds and play a variety of music, including jazz, blues, classic rock, rhythm and blues and reggae. T he concert will take place at the pavilions on Coconut P oint, located on the south side of Sebastian Inlet. T he concert is free with regular park entry fees. F or more information, visit www.myspace.com/sygnalmusic call (321) 984-4852 or visit www.floridastateparks.org/se bastianinlet .Harbor City Horns & Celtic V oices to performSecond Sundays in the Park presents the Harbor City Horns & Celtic Voices 6-7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 12, at St. John's P ark, 610 Young St. (in old Eau Gallie), Melbourne. Enjoy the sounds of local musicians. Bring a blanket and your own picnic. A free will offering will be taken up for the musicians. F or more information, call (321) 254-3365 or (321) 7770168.Singers bring Sounds of Christmas' to VieraT he Indialantic Chamber Singers will present the third annual "Sounds of Christmas" concert on Tuesday, Dec. 13 at 7:30 p.m. at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, 56 55 Stadium Parkway, Viera. Long considered Brevard's premier choral ensemble, the Indialantic Chamber Singers' V iera concert is free to the public, with donations g ratefully accepted. T he sensitive "Sounds of Christmas" will feature favorite Christmas carols, plus holiday music from England, F rance and Sweden, including selections from the Swedish song book, Piae Cantiones, a collection of late Medieval Latin songs. F or more information about the Indialantic Chamber Singers or the "Sounds of Christmas," call (321) 9605000 or visit www.IndialanticChamberSingers.org. Dan Hicks and the Hot Licks Holidaze in Hicksville' Singer-songwriter Dan Hicks is truly an American original. Since the early 1960s, Mr. Hicks has blended elements F riday, December 9, 2011 B2 MelbourneHometown News Delivery A vailable All Fresh Ingredients688920 F resh Sub Bread Made Daily 321-727-8134 321-727-81343960 S. 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S. Patrick Drive, Indian Harbour Beach. Call (321) 7735341. G etaway Martini Bar & Lounge : Kenin Ray will play 5:309 p.m., and Track-7 will play 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday. Jon Parrot will play 9:30 p .m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. The Getaway is at 7720 N. Wickham Road, Unit 10, Melbourne. Call (321) 255-0052. Gr ills Riverside : Hypersona will play at 7:30 p.m. Fr iday. Johnny Danger will play at 2 p.m., and Perfect T uesday will play at 7:30 p.m. S aturday. Don't Quit Your D ay Job Band will play at 2 p .m. Sunday. Johnny Danger will play at 5 p.m. Wednesday. Derek will play at 5 p.m. Thursday. Grills Riverside is at 6075 North U.S. Highway 1, Melbourne. Call (321) 2428999. HD Roadhouse Bar and Gr ill : The Scott Robinson B and will play 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Friday. Rich De ems will play 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Saturday and 37 p .m. Sunday. HD Roadhouse is at 1811 E. Merritt Island C auseway, Merritt Island. C all (321) 449-1110. H eidi's Jazz Club : Steve K irsner & Al Goldenberg will play 58 p.m., and the Ron T eixeira Trio will play 8:30 p .m. to 12:30 a.m. Friday. The R on Teixeira Trio will also play 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday. Sybil Gage will play 711 p.m. Tuesday. Steve Ki rsner & Friends will play 57:45 p.m., and Dave S heffield, Stan Soloko and R abbit Simmons will play 811:30 p.m. Wednesday. S heffield, Soloko and Simmons will also play 711 p.m. Thursday. Heidi's is at 7 N. Orlando Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4559. H ouse of Joe : The Expression Poetry Troupe will play 1:304:30 p.m., and the Joyful N oise Brass Ensemble will play at 7 p.m. Saturday. The H ouse of Joe is at 1220 W. N ew Haven Ave., West Melbourne. Call (321) 728-3200. J umps Tiny Tavern : Rich D eems will play 59 p.m. Friday. Strobe-Lite will play 59 p .m. Saturday. Jumps is at 201 Taft Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 784-7893. K ey West Bar : Spanks B and will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday. Pinch will play 9 p .m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. Key W est is at 2286 Highway A1A, I ndian Harbour Beach. Call (321) 7731577. Loggerheads : Chuck Van Riper will play 69 p.m. Saturday. Loggerheads is at 3930 S. Highway A1A, Melbourne B each. Call (321) 725-5990. Lone Cabbage Fish C amp : Berna And The BernO uts will play 15 p.m. Sunday. Lone Cabbage is at 8199 H ighway 520, Cocoa. Call (321) 632-4199. Long Doggers Palm Bay : John Parrot will play 6:309:30 p.m. Thursday. Long Doggers is at 4260 M inton Road, Palm Bay. Call (321) 951-8884. Lou's Blues : Switch will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Fr iday. Absolute Blue will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. S aturday. The Queen Bees will play 26 p.m., and Marc Dobson will play 711 p.m. S unday. No Diving will play 8:30 p.m. to midnight Tuesday. Axis will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday. Lou's Blues is at 3191 N. Highway A1A, I ndialantic. Call (321) 7792299. M ain Street Pub : The MC's will play 610 p.m. Saturday. Main Street Pub is at 705 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne. Call (321) 723-7811. M alabar Mo's : The Bone Dogs will play 37 p.m. Sunday. Mo's is at 2805 Malabar R oad (S.R. 514), Malabar. Call (321) 725-8374. M emaw's Bar-B-Q : P enny Creek will play 69 p .m. Wednesday. Memaw's is at 600 E. Eau Gallie Blvd., I ndian Harbour Beach. Call (321) 779-9670. M illiken's Reef : Swampfox will play 510 p.m. Friday. The Tropical Yuppis will play noon to 4 p.m., and Cocolocos will play 510 p.m. Saturday. Marc Dobson will play 59 p.m. Tuesday. Ted Villarr eal will play 59 p.m. W ednesday. Milliken's is at 683 Dave Nisbet Drive, Port C anaveral. Call (321) 7830100. Sq uid Lips : Absolute Blue will play 711 p.m. Friday. The John Quinlivan Band (Heartbreaker) will play 26 p .m., and Kattyshack will play 9:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Sa turday. The John Quinlivan B and will also play an acoustic jam 6:3010 p.m. Thursday. Squid Lips is at 1477 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne. Call (321) 242-2224. Editor's note: To have music schedules and music events listed in the Club Scene,send them to news clerk Michael Hibbard at brevnews@hometownnewsol.com. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, December 9, 2011 Melbourne B3 1901 Palm Bay Rd €Palm Bay(Just E. of Babcock) Fri. &Sat. 11am-10pm € Sun-Thurs. 11am-9pm729-8338 www.ranchoviejofl.com VISIT OUR NEW BAR! Best In Brevard Brevards Best Margaritas678620 $500OFF$500OFFANY PURCHASE OF $25 ORMORENot to be combined with any other offer. 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Each appetizer is prepared separately. The salami must be sliced paper-thin and r olled pencil-thin. The provolone is not the slicing kind found in supermarkets, but a strong cheese found in gourmet cheese sections, delis or meat markets. The domestic is a little milder than the imported; cut in w edges. Each is placed in its o wn section for individual selection. Cr usty Italian or French bread completes the feast. No w I'd like to share with y ou a very old and special family tradition that my grandfather, Luciano C amerino, born in Bari, Italy, brought to America. A crche (nativity with a stable, Mary and Joseph, a cradle for the Christ child, kings, stable hands, animals, etc.) is set up, but the infant child is placed elsewhere, since he hasn't been born yet. On Christmas Eve at midnight, with appropriate music in the background, the lights are extinguished. Ev eryone carries a lit household candle, except the y oungest child, who carries the baby Jesus on a silver tray. The oldest family member navigates the child in a procession throughout the home, blessing each room. The procession goes in birth order, and guests are always included. The Christ child is then placed into His cradle. All kneel and pray, the candles are extinguished and all embrace and wish each other a blessed Merry Christmas. Enjoy. See you next week. NOTE: All can be made days in advance, refrigerated Antipasto and papa's Christmas Eve tradition ROMANCING THE STOVEwith the Grammy Guru ARLENE BORG See GRAMMY, B4SceneF rom page B1

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and served at room temperature.R R O O A A STE STE D R D R E E D D P P E E P P P P E E R R S SSw eet red bell peppers come jarred, but roasting y our own is easy and the flavor is wonderful. One medium-size jar or two large or three medium peppers is enough for about 10 people when used in an antipasto. 1 medium-size jar r oasted red peppers, not pimentos OR 3 medium r ed bell peppers 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil 1/2-teaspoon oregano 2 cloves garlic, cut up 1 teaspoon parsley flakes S alt and pepper Dr ain jarred peppers and tear into large segments. To r oast fresh peppers, place washed peppers in pan on lower rack of oven. Broil until the skin turns almost black, turning until entire pepper is r oasted. Place in a paper or plastic bag and seal. Let sit until cool enough to handle. P eel, seed and tear into large segments, add remaining ingredients and season to taste.MAR MAR I I NA NA TE TE D D AR AR TI TI C C H H O O KE H KE H EAR EAR TS TSOne 14-ounce can artichoke hearts, drained 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil 1/2-teaspoon each, garlic powder and oregano S alt and pepper C ut artichokes in half, sprinkle with salt and pepper and add remaining ingredients. Mix well, refrigerate. P P I I C C KLE KLE D D M M U U S S H H R R O O O O M M S SB est made with canned mushrooms. 2/3-cup tarragon vinegar 1/2-cup canola oil 1 medium clove garlic, minced 1 tablespoon sugar 1-1/2 teaspoons salt 1/2-teaspoon black pepper 2 tablespoons water D ash hot pepper sauce 1 medium onion, thinly sliced and separated into r ings 2 cans mushrooms (7ounces each), drained; stems and pieces are fine 1 small lemon, halved lengthwise, and cut into paper-thin slices C ombine first eight ingredients. Add onions, mushrooms and lemon. R efrigerate. Stir occasionally.NANA NANA 'S E 'S E G G G G P P L L ANT ANT C C APO APO NA NA T T A AT astes best if made at least two days before serving. Will keep two weeks in the r efrigerator and can be frozen. 1/4-cup extra virgin olive oil or canola oil 1 large onion, chopped 2 large stalks celery, one thinly sliced, one chopped 2 medium eggplants, peeled and cut into 1/2inch cubes 1/2-cup pitted black olives, coarsely chopped 1/2-cup whole pimento stuffed olives One 8-ounce can tomato sauce 1 teaspoon sugar 1/4-cup red wine vinegar 1 small jar capers, drained 1 small or 1/2 large green bell pepper, coarsely chopped 1 teaspoon dried basil S alt and pepper to taste S aute eggplant in oil until slightly done. Add celery, onion and green pepper. C ook about 10 minutes. Add tomato sauce, sugar and seasonings. Cook until almost dry. Add olives and capers, heat through. Add vinegar, heat to simmer and remove from heat. Refrigerate. 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Dr Steven J. Vanderby and his wife, Kathy Vanderby, are known as a generous and giving couple. This is especially true in their work for Space Coast Volunteers in Medicine. "W e are truly blessed to have Dr. Vanderby serving as our chief medical officer,' said executive director Paul Ringenberger. "His experience and insight into family practice has made our organization more efficient and effective in serving those in need. And Kathy serves on our board of directors, and her energy and dedication has made a strong board an even stronger and more compassionate board." The reason the couple decided to give their time and expertise to Space Coast Volunteers in Medicine shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone. Dr Vanderby has been interested in medicine since his days in junior high school. His uncle, Larry, was a family physician, and Dr. Steve enjoyed the challenge and broad spectrum of family medicine. The American Association of Family Physicians recently r ecognized him for 25 years of service in family medicine. Mrs. Venderby works as office manager at his practice in Melbourne. A vid motorcycle enthusiasts, one evening Dr. and Mrs. V anderby were attending a biker's night at Longdoggers. V olunteers in Medicine had set up a booth and was distributing information. After reading the brochure, the couple decided that this was an opportunity to volunteer together. Mrs. Vanderby was already volunteering at the W omen's Center and for Hang Up & Drive and was the head volunteer for "Extreme Make Over Home Edition," she said she couldn't pass up the chance to work with Volunteers in Medicine. "I magine a volunteer program whose mission is to provide free medical and dental care to the uninsured," she said. "I knew I could serve in some capacity and Steve could assist as a volunteer health provider." Dr Vanderby was just as eager to help. There is a great need for the services (Volunteers in Medicine) provides, and with the economy the way it is and layoffs happening, we felt that this was the perfect way to give something back to the community," he said. The couple said it has been a r ewarding experience. "I love being on the board and strategizing as to how we are going to grow the program and help those in our community," Mrs. Vanderby said. "Our neighbors who don't have health insurance but are in need of care." Dr Vanderby encourages other medical professionals to help. "I hope more providers come forward and volunteer whether active practitioner or retired," he said. "Because someday it is my hope that all people get the medical and dental care they need and when that day comes and the doors to the clinic are closed, then we know we have completed our job. Until then, come join us for a rewarding experience especially the hugs you'll get from helping y our neighbor." 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Br evard's First Annual F estival of Wreaths will benefit the Wickham Park S enior Center and the C enter for the Visually I mpaired. Wr eaths will be available to preview and bid on from Sunday, Dec. 4 to Friday, Dec. 9. The gala and silent auction will be 3-7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 9. Co st is $4 per person, with children 12 and y ounger free. There will be refreshments, entertainment and pictures with Santa. F or more information, call (321) 676-5088. Polar Express Party': 7 p .m. Friday. Dec. 9. Barnes & Noble, 1955 W. New Ha ven Ave., West Melbourne. Ba r nes & Noble stores are holding a Polar E xpress Party, highlighted by a special reading of the holiday classic, hot chocolate and cookies. Children are encouraged to wear their pajamas. Ages 4-8 are appropriate. F or more information, call (321) 726-8817 or email crm2834@bn.com. A Christmas with the Pr edators football team: Fr iday, Dec. 9. Crown P laza Oceanfront, 2605 N. H ighway A1A, Indialantic. The Predators minor league football team has been around since 2009. The Predators football team is ran solely on sponsorships and donations. The team is holding "A Christmas with the Pr edators." It is an event at the Cro wn Plaza on Friday, De c. 9, which will feature direct sale vendors from Br evard County offering their products. S ome of the players and cheerleaders will be there for meet-and-greet, etc. There will be raffles, etc. A portion of the proceeds will also go to the C ancer Care Centers of Brev ard. F or more information, all (321) 288-5978 or email C athyBatcher@SpaceC oastPredators.com.SATURDA Y, DEC. 10 P et Photos with Santa' to benefit the Humane Soc iety: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. S aturday, Dec. 10. PetSmart, 1800 Evans Road, M elbourne. To help kick off the holiday season PetSmart in M elbourne will be hosting "P et Photos with Santa" on S aturday, Dec. 10, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. All pets are welcome. P hotos are $9.95 each and come with a collectible holiday frame with your P etSmart PetPerks Card (plus tax). F or each photo purchased, $5 will go to benefit the Central Brevard H umane Society to be used to care for the homeless and abused animals of Br evard County. If y ou would like more in formation,contact the C entral Brevard Humane Society at (321) 636-3343 or visit www.crittersavers.com. Gr o wing Up In Melbourne,A Conversation': 3 p .m. Saturday, Dec. 10. M elbourne Public Library, 540 E. Fee Ave., Melbourne. The South Brevard Historical Society presents "G ro wing Up In Melbourne, a conversation with Kitty Hay Fletcher and Diane Berg Sheffield, moderated by Brevard C ounty historian Weona Cleveland. D iana Berg Sheffield and K itty Hay Fletcher were both born in Melbourne in 1932. They grew up as best friends, graduating from M elbourne High School in 1950 (before the school moved to Babcock Street.) They will share their memories of growing up in M elbourne. The event is open to the public, and the admission is free. F or more information, call Carol Andren at (321) 725-4115 or visit www.southbrevardhistory .org. Moonlight Mosey'at V iera Wetlands: 5:30 p.m. S aturday, Dec. 10. Ritch For doctor and wife, volunteering is a family affair Kathy V anderby and husband, Dr. Steven J. V anderby Photo courtesy of Steven and Kathy VanderbySee CALENDAR, B6

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Grissom Memorial Wetlands (Viera Wetlands), 1001 Wickham Road, Viera. The Friends of Viera Wetlands group welcomes the local community to the D ecember "Moonlight M osey," which will be taking place at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10. The event will take place at the Ritch Grissom M emorial Wetlands (Viera W etlands), located behind the Water Treatment Plant at 1001 Wickham Road, M elbourne just down from the new Viera Hospital. The wetlands close at 6 p .m. during the winter months, so this event offers a chance to gain a different perspective of the Wetlands at night and the wildlife that make it their home. The event will be a very pleasant evening's walk through the Wetlands with local bird and wildlife experts. The Event begins at 5:30 p .m. with orientation, and the actual walk starts at 5:45 p .m. N ew volunteers are always welcome in the group. Pl ease contact Valerie Citta at v alerie.carsoncitta@brevardcounty.us for more volunteer details. F or additional information,please contact C atherine at sligh2525@gmail.com. Christmas dinnerdance: 6 p.m. Saturday, De c. 10. Italian-American Club of South Brevard, 1471 C ypress Ave., Melbourne. The Italian-American Club of South Brevard is hosting its Christmas dinner-dance on Saturday Dec. 10, at 6 p.m., featuring music by "The Dynamics." Di nner includes fresh garden salad and roast chicken with all the trimmings, plus dessert and coffee or tea. B. Y. O .B set-ups are available. Cocktails will be at 5 p.m. Open seating is limited. Dress is semi-formal. C ost is $15 for members and $18 for guests. T ickets, while available, through Thursday, Dec. 8. F or more information, call (321) 952-1693 or (321) 242-8044.TUESDAY, DEC. 13 Brev ard Parks & Recreation offers free Santa calls: 5:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 13 through Thursday, Dec. 15. Br evard County Parks and R ecreation has made special arrangements for Santa to telephone preschoolthrough second-grade-aged children in North and Central Brevard during December. Fr om his headquarters at the North Pole, Santa will call children in North Breva rd De c. 13 through 15 between 5:30 and 8 p.m., and children in Central Breva rd De c. 13 and 14 between 6 p.m. and 8:30 p .m. Pa r ents in North Brevard may pick up a form at C ampbell Community Center, Cuyler Community C enter, Harry T. & Harriette V. Mo ore Park Cultural Center, Port St. John Community Center, Sandrift Community Center, Walter Butler C ommunity Center or the North Ar ea Parks Operations office at 475 North W illiams Ave. in Titusville. Pa r ents in Central Breva rd may call the Central Area Parks and Recreation Office at (321) 633-1874 or download a North Pole Call ing application from www.brevardparks.com/vis ittheparks/parks/prkca1.ph p. There is no charge for this service. F or more information, call (321) 264-5105 in North Br evard or (321) 633-1874 in C entral Brevard.UPCOMING EVE NTS Winter Workshop & K ids Club Holiday Party at the Eau Gallie Civic Center: 3-9 p.m. Friday, Dec. 16. Eau Gallie Civic Center, 1551 Highland Ave., Melbourne. The workshop is for children, ages 6-13. There will be arts and crafts, games, dinner and then a dance with a DJ and prizes. Dr op your kids off and we will keep them busy so you can finish up your holiday shopping or just enjoy a night out. C ost is $10 per child. The event is sponsored by the Eau Gallie Civic Center and the city of Melbourne Leisure Services Department. F or more information, call (321) 255-4608. R egistration for FIT B aseball Winter Showcase C amp: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17. Andy Seminick-Les Hall Field, Florida I nstitute of Technology. F lorida Tech head coach Greg Berkemeier and assistant coach Matt Mercurio will host a Winter Showcase C amp for high school student-athletes Saturday, De c. 17, at Andy SeminickLes Hall Field. C ollege and professional instructors will hold clinics on the fundamentals and techniques of hitting, fielding, throwing, pitching, catching, base running and team play. P layers will have the opportunity to showcase their skills during live games, defensive workouts, batting practice, timed 60yard runs and instructional segments. P layers should bring baseball cleats, sneakers, practice pants, a bat, glove and baseball cap. Catchers should bring their own gear. The cost to participate in the Winter Showcase Camp is $100. 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Who is eligible?€ You must be a pregnant or breastfeeding woman, a woman who has recently been pregnant, an infant, or a child under 5 years old. € You must currently be living in the State of Florida. € You must have a nutritional need, which will be determined by WIC staff. € You MAY be eligible if you or other family members are currently receiving M edicaid, Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA) or Food Assistance € Your income must fall within our guidelines: F amily size12345678 W eekly$388$524$660$796$932$1,067$1,203$1,339 Bi W eekly$775$1,047$1,319$1,591$1,863$2,134$2,406$2,678 M onthly$1,679$2,268$2,857$3,446$4,035$4,624$5,213$5,802 Annual$20,147$27,214$34,281$41,348$48,415$55,482$62,549$69,616A dditional Person: Weekly +$136€BiWeekly +$272 € Monthly +$589€Annually + $7,067 WIC is a nutrition program for women, infants & children. 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One thing that I have noticed from this global warming" is that many courses in south F lorida no longer over-seed for the winter season. You have to travel a little north to get those lush rye greens and tees. Fortunately for me, our newspaper's circulation covers courses well north of my So-Fla home. This past week I traveled a short hop and a skip up the interstate to Viera, home of Du r an Golf Club. Here I was met by an extremely friendly and helpful staff. I was almost certain that the holiday season had something to do with it, but I was assured by the locals that this is always the case here. The first thing that jumped out at me was the beautiful lush green of the place. I had forgotten how great the winter rye makes everything look. Ball marks on overseeded greens seem to heal more quickly and putts roll very smoothly on them. The tees provide you plenty of places to stick that peg in the ground without having to look for that last bit of actual turf. I was in heaven. Du r an Golf Club, completed in 2005, is easily accessible from I-95 in Viera, just north of Melbourne. The course features five sets of tees, with the longest playing to 7,151 yards. A very stern test considering how much wind blows through the fairways. For the less accomplished players, one can easily find a set of tees to match his or her skill or mood for the day. The club also has a full dining room, with a fantastic menu complete with early bird specials, a Sunday Jazz Br unch and more. The pro shop is filled with the latest fashions and gear, including a great selection of golf balls, gloves and caps. Also on property is the Du r an Academy of Golf, a comprehensive instructional and coaching program dedicated to golfers that are passionate about getting the most out of their game. The full-time staff of PGA instructors offer one-on-one individual lessons and group sessions to clinics, multi-day golf schools, and high tech video swing analysis. Du r an also offers adult and junior activities, leagues and more. The club truly serves as part of the community. The name Duran comes from the land itself, not the early '80s English pop band. Owned by the Duda family for five generations, the r elatively flat prairie was used as a cattle ranch and sod farm. The name is a combination of "Du" from D uda and "ran" from ranch. The course was designed by Lewis "Chip" Powell. His keen eye for manipulating an area's natural weather patterns and wind tendencies made him a logical choice to incorporate design features that considered the wide-open spaces found here, along with the varying coastal winds of the East C oast of Florida. The combination resulted in holes that play with as much as a five-club difference from day to day. To build a golf course on a piece of property this flat, and void of all but one tree at the start, requires moving and shaping more than a million cubic yards of earth. The result is a course with links characteristics, including rolling terrain, mounded greens and 15 ponds. The use of native grasses, and the importation of a several thousand oak and cypress trees and native palms give the course character. The course is still young, and still maturing. The green complexes continue to improve and benefit from the growth that years of care bring. The trees on the course are young, but have begun to fill out and provide definition. The course starts you off on the right foot, a pleasant par-5 with no surprises. I began my day with a rare birdie. The third is home to the only tree standing when construction began. The lone palm stands guard on a small peninsula that jets out into the lake and warns golfers of the danger lurking behind. On your way around the course you are greeted with a pleasurable playing experience. Choosing the proper set of tees gives one just enough challenge. I used most of the clubs in my bag and quickly figured out that the wind needed to be taken into account on every shot. My final tally was better than I expected. W inter rates at Duran are very competitive, with F lorida residents enjoying a nice discount. The course is located at 7032 Stadium Pa r kway, Viera, FL 32940. F or more information, or to make a tee time, visit Du r an GC on the web at www.durangolf.com or call friendly staff member at (321) 504-7776. J ames Stammer has been an avid golfer and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years.He hosts the Thursday N ight Golf Show on WSTU 1450-AM.Contact him at stammergolf@yahoo.com. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, December 9, 2011 Melbourne B7 725-3990251 Florida Ave. € Melbourne www.MelbourneTerraceRehab.com688909€ Physical, Occupational, Speech Therapy € Inpatient & Outpatient Rehabilitation Services € Stroke &Cardiac Recovery € Pulmonary Rehabilitation QUALITY CARE FOR A RAPID RECOVERY ...and muchmore!Our goal is to maximize physical wellness, to promote independence, healing and enhance personal dignity. Public Golf At Its Finest! Public Golf At Its Finest! Crane Creek ReserveGolf Course at Melbourne475 W. New Haven Ave. 321-674-5716 Mallards LandingGolf Course at Melbourne2750 Lake Washington Rd 321-255-4606SAVE!!! Frequent Players Card SAVE!!! 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BabcockSt.FI T University Plaza321-952-8666Our convenient location takes the hassle out of Laundry!€ Extra Large Capacity W ashers € Super Efficient Washers and Dryers € Air Conditioned € Commercial Linen Service Pick up/Delivery € Clean &Updated FacilityOur convenient location takes the hassle out of Laundry!€ Extra Large Capacity W ashers € Super Efficient Washers and Dryers € Air Conditioned € Commercial Linen Service Pick up/Delivery € Clean &Updated FacilityOur convenient location takes the hassle out of Laundry!€ Extra Large Capacity W ashers € Super Efficient Washers and Dryers € Air Conditioned € Commercial Linen Service Pick up/Delivery € Clean &Updated Facility OPEN 24 HOURSOur convenient location takes the hassle out of Laundry!€ Extra Large Capacity W ashers € Super Efficient Washers and Dryers € Air Conditioned € Commercial Linen Service Pick up/Delivery € Clean &Updated Facility 689189Size. Does. Matter. BIGCUP 18 HOLES. 999Žof Nothing but Cup.December 18, 2011 € 8:30 amT wo player scramble, 18 Hole Shotgun start featuring oversized 8Ž holes. Open to Professionals and Amateurs. There will be three Flights, One Scratch and Two Handicapped Flights. $75.00 per player. Entry fee includes: tournament fees, cash prizes to first place and lunch. Entries must be received by Friday, December 16. A full field will consist of 60 players.7032 Stadium Parkway V iera, FL 32940 (321) 504-7776 www.durangolf.com 7032 Stadium Parkway V iera, FL 32940 (321) 504-7776 www.durangolf.com 688879 Duran is a great course, but young and still maturing GOLFJAMES STAM MER

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LIFT CHAIR, Pride Mobility 3 way recliner wo r ks good blue/grey $200 LM 321-723-1160 MATTRESS, Boxspring & frame.Qn sz.like new, only used in guest rm. $200/obo.321-729-0372 TREADMILL,Manual, 3 yrs old, $75 obo, 20Ž color TV, works great, 9 yrs old $20 321-253-2367 KITCHEN SET, table 60x48Ž& 4 padded chairs in good cond. $125 321-258-4803 T ABLE SET Solid Oak Ta b le w/ 6 chairs & 2 leafs.Exc.Condition $200 321-327-2754 TV,26Ž Sunsui excellent picture $25, 2 dumbell w eights, 15lbs ea $15 both 321-773-5807 LM DIABETIC TEST STRIPS NEEDED I buy sealed/unexpired boxes. Call Bob (321)710-0842 COLOR TV, w/ stand $80, Companion chair $40 321-777-3835 INTERESTED IN EARNING A BETTER RATE OF RETURN ON Y OUR SAVINGS/ RETIREMENT DOLLARS? T estimony Baptist Church is offering bonds in support of our building fund.These bonds bear interest at the rate of 5% compounded annually with maturities av ailable from 1-13 yrs. 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