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760891Call: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.SIGN-UPFORYOURFREE SUBSCRIPTION& DELIVERYTODAY 689653 MELBOURNE GET OUT AND PLAYI have a few predictions for 2 012. P ageB7 INSIDEV ol. 8, No. 24 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Jan. 6, 2012 Spend any time surfing the Web and you are bound to find stories that are just too bizarre to be true. Here's a sampling, edited for length. And r emember, just because it's online doesn't mean it's true! Fr om hosted2.ap.org D eputies:Man returned to beer after bank robbery A uthorities say a Tampa B ay area man ordered a beer at a bar, left to rob a nearby bank then came back to finish his beer. The Pasco County S heriff's Office said 52-yearold John Robin Whittle was arrested at the Hayloft Bar ENTERTAINMENTB1 IN DEXTHREE TENORSCalendarA4 ClassifiedB8 Crossword B5 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Star Scopes B1 T he Sheriff A6 V iewpoint A6 RO MANCING THE STOVE B4Make delicious meals with leftover turkeySee WE IRD, A2 H OW W EIRD IS THAT?!SE AN MCCARTHY 689568 FREEVIPPasses Call: 321-868-0000Holiday Convention CenterWickham Rd @ I-95Sat., Jan. 14th9 am-5 pm Sun., Jan. 15th9 am-5 pm Viera Are you ready for some flag football?The Brevard County R ecreation Department will be starting a Flag Football league to kick off countywide on Jan. 11. "W e' ve had a flag football program in the county for almost 40 years," said Troy Co x, the athletic director for Br evard County. The response is always good and we can get anywhere from six to 10 teams. We usually run about four seasons a year." The flag football team is a seven-man non-contact sport, but like basketball, it can get physical. There are physical r equirements for the game," said Mr. Cox. "You also have the mental requirements though too, to adapt to the game. Competition can be intense." P layers must be 18-years or older and each team will play with the "Original Triple Threat Flag Belts" as standard equipment. The belt has three flags on it, two flags on the hips and one in the back. The entire belt comes off when pulled. The teams would play on W ednesday nights at the P alm Bay regional park softball complex. Each team must have their o wn team jerseys with numbers on the back and shorts with no pockets to play. The team also has to provide their own NFL or college football at the games. The team fee is $485 and includes three game officials for 10 regular season games and singleelimination playoffs. The team who wins the play-offs is the league champion. Those players receive T-W est Melbourne residents get trash collection upgrade WEST MELBOURNE R esidents of West Melbourne have received a holiday gift that will make their city quieter and cleaner: New garbage trucks. W aste Management Inc. will begin curbside garbage and recycling collection with a fleet of new vehicles by the start of the new year. The three new vehicles, which use automated extension arms to lift and empty collection carts, are part of West Management's investment in W est Melbourne, said M ilo M. Zonka, Waste M anagement government affairs manager. These trucks, along with the residential garbage and recycling carts that were distributed this past July, represent a capital commitment of $1.3 million, specifically to service our West Melbourne customers," Mr. Z onka said. The new trucks not only operate cleaner and quieter, but more efficiently than older equipment, which improves the quality of life in West Melbourne and helps control costs for the benefit of our customers," Mr. Zonka said. Mr. Zonka said West M elbourne residents will see and hear a noticeable difference in their collection vehicles. "I n cities that have smog issues and lower air quality, the air coming out of the exhaust of these vehicles is of better quality than air coming into the trucks," Mr. Zonka said. He said Waste Management trucks, which use a Ma ck Truck chassis and specialized collection and packing equipment by Labrie Environmental, exceed EPA regulations for improved air quality. Mr. Zonka said the trucks are equipped with a specialized scrubbing technology that produces cleaner air exhaust. The West Melbourne fleet includes three new trucks, including two garbage trucks and one r ecycling vehicle to service approximately 6,000 r esidences. W est Melbourne city manager Scott Morgan and mayor Hal Rose welcomed the new state-ofthe-art vehicles. West Melbourne had required the use of automated collection trucks in the city's new contract awarded to W aste Management in May. The city wanted to provide modern, high-quality service to our residents," Mr. Morgan said. "Waste M anagement made that commitment, and we're pleased that they were able to do so while actually lowering the monthly r ate, with this new contract, for the vast majority of our residents." W aste Management officials said the use of automated recycling carts has led to a dramatic increase in the amount of r ecycled material that would have gone to landfills. "S ince collections changed to using the new 35-, 64or 96-gallon carts in July, the average volume of recycled material has increased by 75 percent over the use of 14gallon bins," Mr. Zonka said. W est Melbourne mayor H al Rose called recycling one of the easiest ways for residents to participate in the sustainability of our natural resources." By Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.comSee U PGRADE, A9 Freedom FestivalAndy Stefanek/ staff photographerDavid McKinney of Melbourne hands out a cannabis necklace during the Cannabis F reedom Festival at Wickham Park Pavilion in Melbourne. Mr. McKinney is a Florida board member of the Cannabis Action Network, which hosted the two-day free event to educate residence about cannabis and hemp and their uses. Homeless census to provide funding for services, programsF or nearly a decade, volunteers and Housing and H uman Services members have scoured the streets in 24-hour period to perform a single task determine Br evard County's homeless population. This year, they're at it again. The Brevard Continuum of Care Coalition, an organization dedicated to preventing homelessness and supporting those who are homeless, is collecting donations of new adultsized socks and men's white undershirts through Jan. 18. The donations will be used as incentive to encourage homeless individuals to speak with volunteers and provide information for the Sheltered H omeless Point in Time C ensus. The census, initiated by the county's Housing and H uman Services Department, targets homeless individuals residing in transitional and permanent supportive housing, as well as emergency and coldnight shelters, said Tammy H arris, who is helping to organize this year's census. The information gathered is used to request federal, state and local funding to help bring an end to homelessness in Brevard, Ms. Harris said. The censusDonations of socks,T-shirts needed through Jan.18By T ammy Roberts Senior Staff Writertroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee HOMELESS, A8 Brothers bring imaginative ideas to life In a purple factory off Au ro ra R oad, two brothers are turning dreams into machines. No task is too imaginative for Marc and Shanon Pa r ker, who stand by their slogan, "If you can dream it, we can build it." They started Parker Brothers Choppers (now Parker Br others Concepts) two y ears ago after creating their version of the Batpod, Batman's futuristic r ide in the 2008 superhero film, "The Dark Knight." When Marc and Shanon completed the project after three months, their imaginations became more vivid. The Parkers started work on a motorcycle inspired by the Light Cycles from the 2010 science-fiction film, "Tron: Legacy." Called the Xenon, the bike is the first tangible, street-legal bike created to look identical to the virtual Tron Light Cy cle. X enon put the company on the map, said Jeff H alverson, operations manager for Parker Brothers Concepts. The fully electric light-up bike curr ently sells for $55,000 through Evolve Motorcycles, but during its debut, the Parkers sold it through eBay, where it went viral. Through Xenon, the Pa r kers have attracted bigname clients including S haquille O'Neal, who has visited the Parker Brothers C oncepts facility, and a S audi Arabian prince. A supercar customized for ra pper 50 Cent is still being pieced together, expected to be complete in J anuary, Halverson said. The Xenon is featured in va r ious music videos by artists such as G Unit, Lil W ayne and Birdman. It made its most recent cameo with an appearance in "Good Feeling" by Flo Rida, and the cameras don't stop there. S yfy, a cable TV channel and division of NBC Universal, announced in September plans to feature Ma rc and Shanon's ventures in a new series calledP arker Brothers Concepts made its name with a Tron-inspired bike,but it's not stopping thereBy Meagan McGonemmcgone@hometownnewsol.com See I DEAS, A2 See FOOTBALL, A9By Brittany Llorentebllorente@hometownnewsol.com

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in Port Richey. Deputies said he robbed a WellsFa r go bank branch, but not before stopping off at the H ayloft for a brew. A bartender there said Whittle ordered a beer, disappeared for about 30 minutes and then returned to his beer. D eputies said they arrested him at the bar about 10 minutes after he left the bank. Fr om guardian.co : Chile daily must pay re aders for exploding churros Chile's Supreme Court has ordered a daily newspaper to pay $125,000 to 13 people who suffered burns while trying out a published r ecipe for churros, a popular Latin American snack of dough fried in hot oil. The publisher of La Te r cera must pay individual damages ranging from as little as $279 to $48,000. The high court's ruling was announced seven years after the readers burned themselves. J udges determined that the newspaper failed to fully test it before publication, and that if readers followed the recipe exactly, the churros had a good chance of exploding. Fr om sfgate.com: W oman says TSA confiscated frosted cupcake F riday, January 6, 2012 A2 MelbourneHometown News 010543 646 Eyster Boulevard, Rockledge 321-821-3388 www.reddotshooting.com Free Shipping (in the U.S. only) on Orders over $50 Dillon Reloading Equipment T actical Gear &Clothing Belts, Holsters, Mags 010091Guns &AmmoT roy Magpul SurefireTrijicon Gift Certificates A vailable! New &Used Guns Ammo Accessories 1911, AR, Glock Parts 689651 Ring in the new year at the Eau Gallie Arts DistrictLooking for something fun and festive to do this new y ear? The Eau Gallie Arts District in Melbourne is encouraging r esidents with a passion for the arts to attend the First Friday Art Walk Friday, Jan. 6. This monthly event will showcase work by area artists in Eau Gallie Square, as well as a performance by the band Ernie Southern and The D eltaholics in the Eau Gallie Square Band Shell. In addition to these evening activities, all restaur ants, shops, art studios and galleries in the Eau Gallie Arts D istrict will remain open late, featuring art demonstrations, r efreshments, live music and exhibition openings. Fe atured exhibitions include "Eau Gallie Squares" at the Fifth Avenue Gallery and "Down the Rabbit Hole" by B onnie Carter at Art & Antique Studio and Gallery. An average of 500 people typically attend the walks, which were started 10 years ago after several local merchants discussed ways to attract people to the area, said Jillian Burghardt, the district's main executive director. The district also hosts several themed art walks throughout the year, including the Star Spangled event in J une, the Dog Days of Summer Walk and the Holiday Tr ee Lighting event in D ecember. "N ot only is it a delightful way to spend an evening dining, shopping, experiencing art galleries and listening to live music performances, it is also a good investment and a simple, but effective, way to contribute to the revitalization of our great district," Ms. Bu r ghardt said. "WithoutMonthly event to feature live music,art exhibits,shoppingBy T ammy Roberts Senior Staff Writertroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee DISTRICT, A3 Photo courtesy of Carl KaisermanLo c al artist Christopher Maslow paints a mural on the side of the Eau Gallie Florist building on Highland Ave. in Melbourne. Photo courtesy of Parker Brothers ConceptsThe electric-powered Xenon, inspired by Light Cycles featured in "Tron: Legacy," sports 32-inch hub-less wheels and a handcrafted fiberglass frame, yet its coolest feature is that it lights up."D r eam Machines." A ccording to a news r elease, each one-hour episode will show the Parkers working on a new client's design challenge. Though it seems like no small feat to the average machine enthusiast, the Pa r kers are confident they can successfully bring each idea to life, all while bringing in local talent to help. When you have a passion for something, it all works out," Shanon said. IdeasF rom page A1 W eirdF rom page A1 See WE IRD, A3

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 6, 2012 Melbourne A3 1-95 & W. Eau Gallie Blvd. € Melbourne € 321-242-9124 € www.superfleamarket.com... There's Always Something Happening at SUPERFLEAMARKET010743……… OPEN EVERY ……… FRIDAY SATURDAY & SUNDAY 9AM-4PM Celebrating our 24 th Anniversar y Space Coast's Largest Outdoor Shopping AttractionSUPERFLEAANDFARMERSMARKETThe Super Flea is the LARGEST open-air flea market on the Space Coast. The market is situated on over 20 acres conveniently located just off busy I-95.FLEA F ACTS: € Over 2.4 Miles of Covered Shopping € Family Oriented Fun € Free Admission and Parking € Over 900 Booths € Clean Restrooms € ATM's (located in our food courts @ either end of the market)€ Onsite 24/7 Security € Info Booth &Tourist Center € Complimentary Wheelchairs € Pet Friendly (Must be hand carried or secured in a stroller)€ Animal Stroller Rentals Ample Parking!R Vs, Tractor T railers &Other Large Vehicles Always W elcomeMonthly LiveEntertainmentand Events 686461All Exemptions on Real Property in Florida are based on the property being the Pe r manent Residence of the Taxpayer as of January 1, 2012.Pursuant to Florida law, an application must be made on or before MARCH 1, 2012. The following documentation is required for eac h o wner residing on the property: Florida Driver's License, or, if you do not drive, a Florida Identification Card; Florida Vehicle Registration, for all vehicles owned or leased by you, or registered to y our business; Brevard County Voter Registration Card, if you are registered to vote; Social Security card or other official document that includes the social security n umber. (Social Security documentation is required for the spouse of each applicant even if said spouse has no ownership interest in the homestead property) ; If you are not a U.S.citizen, a Permanent Resident Alien Card ("Green Card"); If property is in trust, a copy of the trust agreement or a copy of a recorded Memorandum of Trust; If the taxpayer owns property in any other State or Country, a letter from the appropriate agency verifying that the taxpayer does not receive benefits based on permanent residency in that jurisdiction; A copy of your recorded deed or tax bill for property identification purposes; If the dwelling is a manufactured home, registration(s) or title(s) for the manufactured home.UNDER FLORIDA LAW, F AILURE TO FILE FOR HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION ON OR BEFOREMARCH 1, 2012 CONSTITUTES A WAIVER OF THE EXEMPTION PRIVILEGE FOR THE YEAR. NOTE FOR THOSE WHO CHANGED RESIDENCES DURING THE YEAR: Y our exemptions do not "follow"you to a new residence.If you have moved from a previous home to a new one, or if there is any change in your property title, State law requires that you file a new application with the Property Appraiser.BREVARD COUNTY LOCATIONS FOR FILING Jan uar y 2, 2012 thru Mar c h 1, 2012 Brevard County Government Complex … North 400 South Street, 5th Floor, Titusville, Florida 32780 (321) 264-6700 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday except holidays Brevard County South Services Complex 1515 Sarno Road, Melbourne, Florida 32935 (321) 255-4440 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday except holidays Brevard County Government Center 2725 Judge Fran Jamieson Way, Viera, Florida 32940 (321) 690-6880 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday except holidays Brevard County Service Complex … Palm Bay 450 Cogan Drive SE, Palm Bay, Florida 32909 (321) 952-4574 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday except holidaysBarefoot Bay Shopping Center Community Patrol Substation 935 Barefoot Boulevard, Micco, Florida 32935 W alk-in hours:9:00 am to 4:00 pm Tuesday, Thursday & Friday except holidaysJim Ford,CFABrevard County Property Appraiser PUBLIC NOTICE 2012 HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION INFORMATIONYOU CAN NOW APPLY FOR HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION ON-LINE AT: www.brevardpropertyappraiser.com 688967 Opening Act! 689655 Sunrise over Paris: A Christmas Day revelationPARIS The American Airlines steward guided a food cart noisily down the aisle, but it was 1 a.m. East Coast time on my unadjusted watch, and I yearned to sleep. B ut maybe a cup of coffee might shake my lethargy. There's a nice sunrise," the steward advised, motioning to the window. I lifted the shade to discover he was right. Three thin, pink cloud r ibbons heralded the imminent dawn. Within seconds, the sun's aureole emerged, illuminating the cloud layer below, signaling the birth of a new day. As the plane banked toward Charles de Gaulle Airport, the sun began to play a cat-and-mouse game, hiding behind the plane's wing, then fully re vealing itself as the plane banked then retreating behind the settled wing again. F inally, as the aircraft descended into Paris, the sun revealed itself in all its mighty glory, signaling the nascent day. "M erry Christmas," the steward said, pushing the cart back the other way. In my drowsiness, I had forgotten I would arrive in Pa r is on Christmas morning. As the airplane sank beneath the clouds, little did I realize that a lesson awaited that I will never forget. The emerging sun had been gloriously abundant at 35,000 feet, but gloomy Pa r is was entombed by clouds and would not see a single ray of sunshine on Christmas Day. I suddenly reflected on the perpetual sun as mirroring the creator encircling, illuminating and guiding us 24-7, 360 degrees whether or not we are aware of it. In E cclesiastes, I recently r ead where King Solomon w earily and frustratingly lamented that "there is nothing new under the sun." B ut I begged to differ with wise old Solomon, at the r isk of insouciance, to borrow a French term. On Christmas in Paris, there were plenty of new things to experience under the sun, even if not the sun itself. I toured the Eiffel Tower, one of the world's grandest monuments, as well as N apoleon's tomb. The next day, I would visit DaVinci's inscrutable "La Gioconda," otherwise known as Mona Lisa. In The Louvre, I stood so tantalizingly close to Venus de Milo that we could have embraced if she had arms. (I know, bad joke.) The Louvre's objets de art we re awe-inspiring and emotionally invigorating. The next day, I boarded a Eu r ostar train to Amsterdam to gaze upon the masterpieces of Van Gogh and Rembrandt. S orry, Solomon, but I was just getting started. There was so much new to see under that still-shrouded Pa r isian sun. Ir onically, the Monet painting that touched off the Impressionist movement as any art historian knows is "Impression S unrise," and the works of STAFF WRITERD AN GARCIA See R EVELATION, A9 A woman who flew back home from Las Vegas said an airport security officer confiscated her frosted cupcake. R ebecca Hains said the Tr ansportation Security A dministration agent at Mc C arran International Airport took her cupcake and told her its frosting was enough like a gel to violate TSA restrictions on allowing liquids and gels onto flights. H ains, who lives just north of Boston, said the agent didn't seem concerned that the cupcake could actually be explosive, just that it fit some bureaucratic definition about what was prohibited. The TSA was reviewing the situation, agency spokesman Nico Melendez said. Passengers are allowed to take cakes and cupcakes through checkpoints, he said. H ains surrendered the cupcake, but she said the situation highlighted a lack of common sense by the agent and the ludicrousness of TSA policies. "I t' s not really about the cupcake; I can get another cupcake," she said. "It's about an encroachment on civil liberties. We're just building up a resistance and tolerance to all these things they're doing in the name of security, when it's r eally theater. It is not keeping us safe." Fr om nbcbayarea.com: M an spends $16,000 on virtual sword Who pays for virtual tools to grow a better virtual garden or to slay a virtual dragon, you ask? P lenty of people, despite what Zynga's IPO tells you. A man in China recently spent $16,000 for a virtual sword on a game that has not even been released yet. Age of Wulin," by C alifornia-based company S nail Games, has not been r eleased on mainland China but that isn't stopping some from spending serious cash on the game. The game is a massively multiplayer online roleplaying game, better known as MMORPGs. A study released earlier in the year valued the virtual economy for MMORPGs at $3 billion. From today.msnbc.msn.com: M an divorcing wife of 77 y ears over affair in theW eirdF rom page A2 community involvement, there is great potential of the loss of these valuable, historical and cultural assets within our local neighborhoods." In addition to the exhibits featured at the upcoming art walk, attendees will also have an opportunity to view the Eau Gallie Art District's O utdoor Mural Museum, initiated this year by the district's mural committee. F our local artists spent the w eekend of Dec. 9 painting massive murals on various buildings throughout the district. From fantasy to F lorida-inspired, each mural represents a different point of view. The idea for the (museum) is to provide museumquality art in an outdoor setting and engage the community in an artful, fun and entertaining way," Ms. Bu r ghardt said. The murals were designed as permanent fixtures in the downtown Eau Gallie area and the district plans to incorporate additional murals in the upcoming months. The Eau Gallie Arts District First Friday Art Walk will be from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 6. Fo r more information,call (321) 752-0463.DistrictF rom page A2 See WE IRD, A5

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F RID A Y, JAN. 6 Brevard Antiques and C ollectibles Club meetings: The club holds monthly meetings at two area locations. The first Friday of the month meeting is at 10 a.m. at the Suntree Library, 902 Jo r dan Blass Drive, Suntree, and the second meeting is the third Tuesday of the month and is at 1:30 p.m. at the Melbourne Beach Library, 324 Ocean Ave., M elbourne Beach. The group is open to anyone having an interest in learning about antiques and collectibles. F or more information,call (321) 254-5831 or (321) 7771374.SA TURDAY, JAN. 7 Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge events and programs offered: B eginning bird watching tours, duck identification presentation and tours, eagle presentation and eagle watch, all about manatees, all about alligators, oak hammock hikes, hawk presentation and tours, volunteers for butterfly survey and Refuge photogr aphy club meetings. The Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge Visitor C enter is located on S.R. 402, five miles east of U.S. H ighway 1 in Titusville. P lease call (321) 861-5601 to make reservations and for information.SUN DA Y, JAN. 8 Sunday adult softball coed league to start: Ho ov er Athletic Complex, 200 Hawk Haven Drive, I ndialantic. Br evard County Parks & Re creation adult coed softball league is starting at Ho ov er Athletic Complex in I ndialantic. The league is for adults, ages 18 and older. Cost is $280 per team. All teams play 14 regular season games in an open division with A and B D ivision playoffs. Playoff divisions will be decided by standings for the seeding of teams. League championships are decided in the playoffs only. F irstand second-place team trophies will be awarded for A and B Division playoff champions, with T-shirts for A Division playoff champions only. There are no awards for r egular season play. The season starts Sunday, J an. 8, if all teams are paid up (16 teams maximum). F or more information, email Troy Cox at troy.cox@brevardparks.com or call (321) 255-4400.MON DA Y, JAN. 9 Tennis clinics offered by F lorida Tech: 5-6 p.m. M ondays. Jan 9, 23 and 30; Fe b. 6, 13 and 27; March 12, 19 and 26; and April 9, 16 and 23. Florida Tennis C ourts, Florida Institute of T echnology, Melbourne. F lorida Tech head coach B ill Macom's adult afternoon tennis clinic, formerly known as cardio tennis, is now scheduled from 5-6 p .m. at the Florida Tennis C ourts. C oach Macom will host four adult sessions. Each will meet on three Mondays. The cost to participate in a session is $25. In addition to his adult clinic, Coach Macom is offering four "Intro to T ennis" sessions for children, ages 6-16. The clinic is from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. on the same dates as the adult clinic. The cost to participate in a session is $15. Mo re advanced players, ages 8-17, are encouraged to r egister for the intermediate/advanced clinic. F our sessions will be offered, and each will meet on Tuesdays. The first session is Jan. 10, 17, 24 and 31. The second session is Fe b. 7, 14, 21 and 28. The third session is March 13, 20 and 27; and fourth session is Ap r il 3, 10 and 24. The cost to participate depends on the number of clinics scheduled in each session. The first and second sessions will meet four times, and the cost is $45 per session. The third and fourth sessions will meet three times, and the cost is $35 per session. F or more information or to view a camp brochure,please click on the "Camps and Clinics"button found in the "Inside Athletics"tab at F loridaTechSports.com. To re gister,please contact Coach Macom at (321) 6747181 or email bmacom@fit.edu. TUESDAY, JAN. 10 Brief Memory Screen offered at the Sunflower H ouse: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. T uesday, Jan. 10. Sunflower H ouse, Merritt Square Mall, M erritt Island. The Sunflower House, along with the East Central F lorida Memory Disorder Clinic, is offering free memory screenings for adults who are concerned about memory loss. The screening is a 30minute confidential appointment and includes a 15-minute test. The results will be provided so that individuals can discuss them with their primary care physician. The memory screenings are by appointment and will be held at the Sunflower H ouse. To make an appointment, please call (321) 452-4341.WEDNESDAY, JAN. 11 Republican Women monthly luncheon meeting: 11 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 11. The Holiday Inn (formerly I mperial Hotel), 8298 N. W ickham Road, Melbourne. The Melbourne Area F ederated Republican W omen will present a program with featured speaker Vista Boyland, author and educator. The presentation will be on Sharia law and the danger fundamental Islam poses to the world and to America from an attack from within. The room opens at 11 a.m. with social networking. The speaker and program begins at 11:30 a.m. Re servations are necessary by M onday, Jan. 9, to select luncheon choice. All Republican women and men are invited, with a special invitation to Republican women and men who are new to the area and those interested in learning more about Republican activities and issues in the community. Ad va nce reservations are necessary.For reservations and information,call (321) 727-1212. V isit the website at www.melbournegopwomen.org. Emotions,Expectations, and Economics'seminar: 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. W ednesday, Jan. 11. Suntree C ountry Club, 1 Country Club Drive, Melbourne. L unch will be served. F or more information,call (321) 255-2552. Rodes Park Community C enter to offer Turbo Kick' classes: Br evard County Parks and Re creation is offering "Turbo K ick" classes 6-7 p.m. W ednesday evenings at the Ro des Park Community C enter, inside the new Max K. Rodes Park, 3410 Flanagan Ave., West Melbourne. T urbo Kick offers an addictive workout that combines shadow boxing, kickboxing, sports drills, dancing, yoga and simple dance moves in a party atmosphere. T urbo Kick is an intervalbased class that allows participants of any fitness level to participate and custom tailor their workout. The cost is $5 per class, and multiple class discounts are available. The first class is free for anyone who wants to give it a try. T urbo Kick is taught by Akane Roddy, certified T urbo Kick instructor. F or more information,call Akane at (321) 695-6806 or email akanes75@hotmail.com. Adult men's basketball league forming in West M elbourne: Br evard County South Area Pa r ks and Recreation is currently forming an adult men's 18 and older basketball league at the Rodes Park C ommunity Center. The center is located inside the new Max K. Rodes Pa r k, 3410 Flanagan Ave., in W est Melbourne. G ames will be played on W ednesday evenings beginning in January. The team fee is $345, which includes a 10-game r egular season and a single elimination playoff tournament. All activities are conducted and supervised by Brevard C ounty Parks and Recreation staff. F or more information, please call the Rodes Park Community Center at (321) 952-3215.THURSDAY, JAN. 12 Grandparents Raising Children meetings: Thursday, Jan. 12. 10 a.m. Club Esteem, 3316 S. M onroe St., Melbourne T uesday, Jan. 17. 9:30 a.m. The Monroe Center, 705 B lake Ave., Building D, F riday, January 6, 2012 A4 MelbourneHometown News 010546Robert T he FurnitureRefinisher Has Relocated321-626-48364235 N. Courtenay Pkwy #6 Merritt Island, FL 32953 swisscraftsman.com email:swisscraftsman@yahoo.com € Furniture Refinishing € Professional Antique Restoration € Over 30 Years of Experience 010738Dental Insurance W elcomeMon-Tue-Thu 7:30-5:30 W ed 12:30-7:30723-0938917 S. Wickham Rd. € W. Melbourne € 32904 Got A Dental Problem?Bring your prior file/xrays for a FREE 2nd opinion. SMILE New Patient Prophy and Exam(1110) (0150)with Oral Cancer ScreeningExpires 1/13/12Friendly, Family Dentistry€ Children Welcome € Veneers € Whitening € Root Canals € Crowns € TMJDisorder € One-Visit Restorations € Dental Emergencies Seen Promptly € Cosmetic Dentistry € Dentures € Implant RestorationsAny patient and any other person responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or be reimbursed for payment for any other service, Examinations or treatment which is performed as a result and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free service, examination or treatment. John T. Bailey, DMDServing Brevard For 27 YearsJohn T. Bailey,DMDNew Patient Introduction$7500 010081What Does the Center for Spiritual Living Space Coast Have to Of fer? The only limits are the ones we place on ourselves Everyone is accepted just as they are, right where they are. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 6, 2012 Melbourne A5 683936 Police report Melbourne P olice Department Daniel John Cody, 21, address unknown, was charged Dec. 23 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling, petit larceny and possession of burglary tools with intent to use. Curtis Levell King, 46, of 200 E. University Blvd., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 24 with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and felony battery. Aaron Antonio Brown, 26, of 1775 Steele St., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 25 with resisting arrest without violence, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana and possession of cocaine. Candace K. Cashion, 56, of 3470 Areca Palm Ave., M elbourne, was charged De c. 26 with possession of drug paraphernalia, having an expired license for more than four months and as a habitual traffic offender driving on a suspended license. Nancy Ann Deiters, 29, of 150 University Blvd. E., M elbourne, was charged De c. 26 with felony child neglect. Vanessa T. Steele, 24, address unknown, was charged Dec. 26 with felony child abuse. Stephen A. Gale, 62, of 2790 Woodsmill Drive, Melbourne, was charged Dec. 28 with felony driving while license permanently re voked. Samuel Eugene Glasco, 42, of 216 Nieman Ave., M elbourne, was charged De c. 28 with felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Melody Melissa Thayer, 33, of 989 Sparkman St., M elbourne, was charged De c. 28 with selling cocaine, possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of drugs with intent to sell.P alm Bay P olice Department Tradece Marie Mells, 22, of 3300 Saxon St., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 26 with battery, criminal mischief-property damage, burglary with assault/battery and resisting arrest without violence. Corey Lavis Small, 43, of 1734 Bunche St., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 27 with possession of cocaine, possession of cocaine with intent to sell, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving while license suspended/revoked, resisting arrest without violence and destroying/tampering with/fabricating evidence. Stephanie Nichole Dillard, 26, of 325 E. University Bl v d., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 29 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription.Satellite Beach P olice Department Robyn Catelynn Geisler, 24, of 407 Sixth Ave., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 23 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, refusing to submit to a DUI test, felony driving under the influence and felony violation of driver's license restriction.W est Melbourne P olice Department Luscious D. Scott, 20, of 2481 Colbert Circle, Melbourne, was charged Dec. 26 with attempting to solicit/conspire, using/displaying a firearm, possession of a weapon/ammo by a convicted felon and firing/discharging a firearm in public.Florida Highway Patrol Michael Lee Westlake, 34, of 2525 Burns Ave., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 26 with driving while license suspended, refusing to submit to a balance test and felony driving under the influence.Brevard County Sheriff's Office Damien Carjon Hardison, 25, address unknown, was charged Dec. 23 with trafficking cocaine, selling cocaine, possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Marissa L. Herschfeld, 34, address unknown, was charged Dec. 23 with possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Jamie Chantrell Hatcher, 22, address unknown, was charged Dec. 26 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling, grand larceny and dealing in stolen property. Christopher Travis Moylan, 20, of 1400 Hillcrest Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged Dec. 26 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling and felony violation of probation. Cassandra E. Brown, 24, of 729 University Blvd., M elbourne, was charged De c. 27 as an out-of-state fugitive. Alfonso Foster, 37, of 676 Cherokee Ave., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 27 with fraud-issuing a check with insufficient funds to obtain goods. Rebecca Ann Rider, 27, of 4455 N.E. West Haven Av e ., West Melbourne, was charged Dec. 28 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Anthony Dewitt Brown Jr., 19, of 558 Gardner Drive, M elbourne, was charged De c. 29 with possession of cocaine, carrying a concealed firearm and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana. Frank J. Clouser, 44, address unknown, was charged Dec. 29 with larceny, dealing in stolen property and giving false verification of ownership. Adrieanna Chloe Theodore, 27, of 701 Van Bu r en St., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 29 with fraudissuing a check with insufficient funds. 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. C ocoa. Thursday, Jan. 26. 9:30 a.m. Memaw's Restaurant, 600 E. Eau Gallie Blvd., In dian Harbour Beach. F or more information,call (321) 631-7776 or visit www.grandparentsraisinggrandchildren.org. Zumbatomic for kids at I ndian Harbour Beach: 6:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, J an. 12. Recreation Center, G leason Park, 1233 Yacht Club Blvd., Indian Harbour B each. There will be a five-week session starting Thursday, Ja n. 12, for ages 8-12. Cost is $30. Z umbatomic is a latininspired dance fitness class specifically designed for children. Classes include dancing to kid-friendly music and games. Pr e-registration is required by calling Cindy Campbell at (321) 508-7234 or by emailing cinszumbaparty@aol.com. F or more information,visit www.cinszumbaparty.com.UPCOMING EVE NTS Eau Gallie Civic Center open house and rummage sale: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sa turday, Jan. 14. Eau Gallie Civic Center, 1551 Highland Av e ., Melbourne. P lease join in for free snacks and drinks and to watch demonstrations from instructors and classes, as w ell as the opportunity to learn more about the facility. This will be a rummage sale where you can search for or sell some of your own hidden treasures. E ight-foot tables are $15 each. P lease call (321) 255-4608 if you are interested in a table or have any questions about the event. Palm Bay High AP Pirates Academy information meetings: 6 p.m. T uesday, Jan. 17. Palm Bay H igh School auditorium, 101 Pirate Lane, Melbourne. P alm Bay High School willCalendarF rom page A4 1940s A 99-year-old Italian man is divorcing his 96-year-old wife after discovering that she conducted an affair in the 1940s, reports the T elegraph. The couple have been together for 77 years, but time was no healer when the husband, referred to by I talian lawyers as Antonio C, found evidence of the affair while rummaging through a chest of drawers. H aving confronted his wife, who confessed to the affair, he is now seeking a divorce. A ccording to UPI, Antonio came across letters his wife had received from an old lover more than 50 y ears ago. It is also reported that the couple have five children, 12 grandchildren and a great grandchild. Fr om wcax.com: P olice say thief proposed with stolen ring A diamond engagement r ing didn't have the outcome a Vermont man had hoped for. His girlfriend said yes, but the ring landed him in jail. B urlington police said 25y ear-old Ryan Jarvis is charged with stealing the $3,200 ring from a Zales jewelry store. WCAX-TV r eported that Jarvis was looking at jewelry in the store for about an hour when he asked to see the 1carat white gold solitaire r ing and then took off with it. P olice said they received tips that led to a posting on F acebook by Jarvis' girlfriend in which she showed off the ring. Police said the woman didn't know the ring was stolen. S ean McCarthy fixes computers.He can be r eached at (772) 408-0680 or help@ComputeThisOnline.com (no hyphens).W eirdF rom page A3 See CALENDAR, A10

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A6 THIS WEEKS LUCKY THIS WEEKS LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLE If This is your license plate go to the nearest HTN Office to verify by noon Tuesday.This weeks prize is: $200 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 689563 Response to In response to God does not approve'I've never written to this paper before, but I felt led to say something. Whether you believe what God says or not, you are the one who will find out very soon who has the r ight to "judge" you or anyone else. H aving an opinion is one thing, but knowing we ll all be judged according to what the Bible says that is quite another U nless you accept Jesus as your personal savior, r epent and follow him, you' ll never know the peace of having eternal life apart from hell. I will pray for you.RebuttalsI understand that this space is primarily for the opportunity of expressing one's First Amendment r ights the right to publicly vent one's spleen. B ut it seems that there are a lot of smug and selfr ighteous spleens out there. To "I thought they were there to create jobs." F irst, people complain that the president isn't doing what a businessman' would do and doesn' t use the entrepreneurial types out there to create jobs. B ut when he does go to one of the billionaire Re publican businessmen, everyone whines because it's the wrong billionaire. These overpaid billionaires create exactly one job theirs. N ext, this veteran is insulted because he doesn' t believe homosexuals have any right to defend their country. Homophobia at it's best or is that the worst? Ye p, I can just imagine what a soldier/sailor/marine is going to say when confronted when he/she tried to sneak a goat into the duffle bag. And of course, that (unmentionable) act had never been done before because of the Universal C ode of Military Justice prohibition and will become something that all of the homosexuals will be doing all of the time, everywhere. And I would imagine that your relatives in the third world countries do that, too. That sound you hear is intelligent people laughing at the illogic of that concept (rampant bestiality). To "A ttacking the R epublicans" The "lame stream leftwing media"? Just what media would that be? Ev ery major (Fox is not a When looking at the 103,000 inmates in F lorida's prisons, many have one thing in common, their grades plummeted after leaving elementary school, and thousands never even made it out of the seventh grade. Of the 37,000 inmates who entered the Florida Prison system in 2010, they tested, on average, at the 6.2 grade level. M ost parents know the transition from the sanctuary of an elementary school to the fast and furious pace of a middle school is a big change for any child. Starting any new school can be tough, but going from a single teacher in sixth grade to seven or more teachers in seventh grade can be ov erwhelming. Even structured children with attentive and loving parents can find the sudden change intense. As law enforcement officers, we often must enter the most unstable and dysfunctional homes imaginable. It is heartbreaking to see what so many of Br evard's children are exposed to. They encounter physical and emotional abuse, continuous neglect and are subjected to observing immoral and criminal behavior on a daily basis. M any of these children still manage to be well-behaved, good students throughout their pre-teen years despite the terrible things they endure. How do they do this without any healthy role models in the home? I have long believed our elementary school teachers deserve much of the credit. They serve as caring and loving surrogate parents and strive to give these children the attention and structure they are not getting at home. M iddle and high school teachers are just as caring, but the workload caused by many classes and more than 100 students prevents a more personal teaching environment. The change from sixth to seventh grade often marks the very moment that children can start going down the wrong path. W ithout strong parental guidance, many do not keep up with their homework assignments or study appropriately for their tests. As a result, it is not long before they start falling behind, their participation wanes and their self-esteem erodes. To make matters worse, anger and behavioral problems often accompany poor academic performance. In a very short period of time, a graduating sixthgrader can become a failing seventh-grader. The child becomes disappointed in themselves and angry at the world. In too many cases, a criminal sociopath is born. This is where the Boys & G irls Clubs can make a real difference. Children have a refuge to go to after school where they can study and get their homework done. One of the little miracles y ou will see at these clubs is how these children mentor and tutor younger children. N ot only do the younger children benefit, but the children doing the tutoring become more confident in their abilities and gain a real sense of self-worth as they help others. O ur local organization is known as the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida and serves Brevard, Orange, O sceola and Seminole counties. M ost (88 percent) of the 12,000 boys and girls in the BGCCF maintain at least a C grade average, while twothirds have earned an A or B grade average. N ot all of their successes are academic. As an example, of the 4,531 female members in our BGCCF, there were no teen pregnancies in 2010, as compared to the 1,857 babies born to teens who were not Boys & G irls Club members living in our same four county area. While Orange County has more than 20 Boys & Girls Clubs, Brevard County has only two, one in Melbourne and one in Mims. How ever, due to 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, JANUARY 6, 2012 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM No strings attachedLaura Pinfield of Melbourne plays the violin at a special Sunday with the Symphony' at Barnes & Noble in Melbourne. Ms. Pinfield performed a string duet with another Brevard Sy mphony Orchestra member at the fundraising event.Andy Stefanek staff photographerNew Central Brevard Boys & Girls Club is essential BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFFJACK PARK ER See CLUB, A8An answer to the never-ending questionHappy New Year. It looks like 2012 is going to be a much better year. On the business side of things, with the addition of Ve r non and Chris Smith's leadership and support to our management team, H ometown News has made some great strides in several key areas. We also have some very exciting news we will be announcing soon. On the personal side of things, anything would be better than the year my wife, my family and I have gone through this past year. The year started with the passing of my father on Dec 23, a few days before 2011 began and then, of course, the terrible and tragic accident that took the life of my incredible 16-yearold son, Austin, in July. The 150 days that have followed, have been shearagony. There has not been one day that tears have not been shed by both my wife, Elaine, and myself. I know it has been tougher for her, as she was always proud of her status as a stay-athome mom. Now she stays home, but stays there alone. I, on the other hand, am able to block thesaddening thoughts through out most of the day as I focus on the challenges and successes we have experienced here at the paper. Ev eryday we spend time talking to Austin and praying to God that he is OK and doing the work that God took him to do. We talk, but you always wonder if anyone is listening. Is there really something else after you leave your physical body? Is there really another chapter? You want to believe, but you always wonder if it is real or justreligions way of keeping people on the straight and narrow while we ar e here on earth. Let me tell you of a couple of recent experiences that have taken those questions away from us and have pretty much given us hard-core proof that this life is just the beginning. The first incident happened this past November. I had been having some chest pains. Not all the time but they would come at any time, last for anywhere from 5 minutes to 20 minutes; very uncomfortable and somewhat painful. B eing the tough guy that I am, I put off going to the doctor until it was happening so often that it was becoming a problem to do all the things that I needed to do. I went in, had the first r ound of tests, and the doc said I better come back for another round as something didn't look right. The second round of tests led to a third visit to go in with the heartcatheter to see exactly where the blockage was and to put in a stint. I didn't think of it as any real big deal. It runs in the family. My father had a pacemaker implanted in his late 40s. The night before I went in, I had a talk with Austin and God. I don't want to go into details, but I would imagine it was pretty standarddialogue any of us would have in a situation like this. The next morning, Elaine took me to the hospital for the procedure. The doc was ready to go and even was bragging to the other doctors that he could tell them where the blockage was to save them some time. They put me under and slid the catheter up and into the heart. Much to the amazement of all the personnel in the room, there was no blockage, it was gone. The heart was pumping as pure as a newborn baby. This gave me cause to pause. Did Austin and God fix my heart? I wanted to think so but Then it happened. The event soblatant, so obvious, in black and white, that it could not be explained away. Austin sent me a text. That's right. Austin texted me. Let me back up. Fr iday night, Dec.23 Elaine and I were sitting on the back patio, watching TV and talking. Most evenings, at the end of the day, Elaine gets upset. She misses our son. She can look up to see his bedroom door where he would come out and lean ov er the railing to ask us a question or tell her he loved her. She was upset. We talked about him for a few minutes and I tried to make her feel better. I then set my phone down on the patio table and went inside to get something out of our r oom. Inside the bedroom I continued to talk to Austin. "S on, we love you. We wish you were here with us. A ustin, you have to let your mom know you are OK. C ome to her, do something, please just let her know you are OK." I went back out to the patio and noticed the phone flashing that I had a message. I clicked on the message and saw that there was an attachment. I didn't r ecognize the number so I asked, "Elaine, do you know this number? (772) 5592567." S he said, "That sounds so familiar" she paused, squinting her eyes as she dug deep in her brain for the owner of that number. Then she looked at me and said, "Steve, that is Austin's number." What? What? Austin's number? Austin's phone has not had service for five months, his phone is in a zip bag under the counter. How could that be Austin's number? PUBLISHER/ C.O.O.STEVE ERLANGER See ANSWER, A7 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. Raits . . .VP/Managing Editor Robin Bevilacqua . .Human Resources Michele Muccigrosso .Major/Natl. Accounts Manager S ylvia Montes . . . .Major/Natl. Accounts Consultant Chris Smith . . . . .Regional Manager T erence Hart . . . . .Sales Manager Maura Dawson . . .Office Manager Susan Hawkins . . .Advertising Consultant T om Latos . . . . . . . . . .Advertising Consultant James Carroll . . . . . . . . .Advertising Consultant Mercedes Lee-Paquette . . . .Production Manager Rita Zeblin . . . . . . . . . .Pagination Manager P atricia Snyder . . . . . . . .Director Classified AdvertisingAnna Snyder-Vasquez . . . . .Classified Consultant Carol Deprey-Zelenak . . . . .Classified Consultant Lindsay Leitner . . . . . . . .Classified Consultant Dolan Hoggatt . . . . . . . .Circulation Manager T iffany Robertson . . . . . . .District Circulation Manager Andy Stefanek . . . . . . . .Staff Photographer T ammy Roberts . . . . . . . .Senior Staff Writer Meagan McGone . . . . . . .Staff Writer Michael Hibbard . . . . . . .News Clerk If you look closely, it appears the message from Austin's phone says I'm good.'

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COUPON TOWARDS TREATMENT!$5000 $5000 If It Is Not Broken, We Dont Fix ItConservative Treatment Plans For All Your Dental Needs FREE 2NDOPINION CONSULTATION FREE 2NDOPINION CONSULTATION major media) news source manages quite well to point out the administration's faults, mistakes and silliness. You just haven't been watching. I nstead you must be mainlining Fox, which is three centuries out of touch with reality stuck in a time warp where women knew their place and only the wealthy could take part in the political process. Pe ople complain because they don't like Obama's political warts, y et they can't manage to be consistent in their dislike of their (and my) party's miscreants. Y ou know the ones: two who can't keep their pencils in their pockets (serial adultery), history ignoramuses forgetting the basics of American history (where Concord and Lexington really are), which signals their total lack of being able to understand how history plays a part in current political affairs, another Texan who has trouble using his tongue to string together three words into a coherent sentence, career politicians claiming that their opponent is unsuitable for election because he is a career politician, a wannabe who has gone bankrupt and yet claims to be a successful businessman who can create jobs. It 's these gems that you think are worthy to lead? A socialist country? R eally? I hope you're not getting Social Security or M edicare, or are benefiting from any of the many things that others pay for (subsidize in taxes) so that y ou can live without paying your complete way in our society, i.e., paying for the entire cost of whatever service you are getting. U ntil then, perhaps you need to rethink your understanding of how politics works. No w that's my venting and exercising of the First Amendment.Newt in the newsI was reading the Rants & Raves and I just had to r espond about the "Lame stream media." A pparently this is a R epublican talking, and he goes on about how the D emocrats are destroying all the Republicans and is tapping Newt Gingrich as far superior to the rest of the "pack." Then he goes on to say that Barney Frank destroyed Fannie Mae and Fr eddie Mac and got rich doing it. Good riddance that nasty loser. My question to the person who wrote this is, "H ave they not been watching the television lately? Have they not been seeing the news? Have they not seen that Newt G ingrich actually got $1.5 million for consulting or some such nonsense for F anny Mae?" So I would say that he must have helped Barney Fr ank to destroy it.Boehner may be wrongThey say it takes a big man to admit when he is wrong. That's why I say you'll never see the Speaker of the House John Boehner admit he is wrong, even though all his Republican cohorts are telling him he is wrong.A national sewer system is a good ideaI just read one of the articles in Rants & Raves which is finally an answer to my original rant about having a national sewer system that would permanently eliminate all of these awful floods that cause billions of dollars and lives whenever nature wants to make a flood by emptying it into the desert. F inally someone else agrees with me, and it happens to be written from a mother or father about their son's idea. I'm 65, and I've had this idea. Now we have a kid with the same idea. What's wrong with this idea? It would eliminate the floods. It would give millions of jobs to people. It would be the biggest project since our highway system was put in, and it would be far better than going to the moon or going to Mars and wasting billions and billions on that. This would help us permanently. Once we get something like this in, then go to Mars. Don't even think about it while we have these catastrophes hitting our people in our country every year, year after year. Let's get behind this and get a national sewer system going. It 's not impossible. They put a man on the moon. What did that do? He hit a couple of golf balls. This would do something.Election year coming with no credibilityWe are entering into the y ear of the election, and there will be a lot of information for us to sort out. I have made my mind up three years ago, but the credibility of President Obama's office is at stake. He r an on the platform of transparency, but it is now just the opposite. He claimed that he would be the president that America could trust, but when asked to verify his citizenship, something that all of us have to do many times during our lifetimes, the presidentRantsF rom page A6 See R ANTS, A9 There is a ton of strange thingssurroundingthis miracle. The fact that it was sent to my email but never w ent to our email server, only my phone was one of them. I could not open the attachment on my phone so I had to forward it to my email. I went inside to open the attachment on our computer. O pening this attachment has changed our life and our outlook on the never-ending question, is there life after death? I opened the attachment and was shocked to see that it was a picture of Austin's grandpa. His grandfather passed away last Dec. 23, one y ear to the day. This picture was pulled up attached to a photo gallery" that resides on our computer. I clicked on the arrow to see the next picture. It was Austin. Nearly every other picture on this photo gallery was a picture of A ustin, back when everything was OK. He let his mother know that he was OK, he let us know he was with grandpa. A ctually, the photo shows y ou what we first saw when the message came to the phone, 9:01p "772559...FW:IMGOO." Was he telling us...I am good? J ust for the record. I went to the ATT store to see how this could have possibly happen. According to them, it couldn't. There is no service to that number. No one else has that number. That number does not exist, at least not in this world. S teve Erlanger is publisher and chief operating officer.AnswerF rom page A6

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will take place on Thursday, J an. 26. In 2010, 1907 men, women and children, both sheltered and unsheltered, were surveyed in Brevard C ounty, Ms. Harris said. This reflects a 36 percent increase over the 2009 Point in Time Census," she added. The Brevard Continuum of Care Coalition brings together nearly 100 community-based and faith-based organizations to plan and support services for the homeless. These services include food pantries, cold night and emergency shelter, mental health and substance abuse services, case management, transitional and permanent supportive housing, rental deposits, childcare, employment and job training, as well as assistance with applying for benefits. These services help the homeless achieve self-sufficiency," Ms. Harris said. The coalition is working on three specific goals for 2012, she said. Its members are planning the development of a soft-sheltered enclave, commonly known as a tent city; the creation of a permanent identification project, as well as the enhancement of the Homeless Management Information System. Armed with socks, T-shirts and other donated items, the census team made up of Housing and Human Services staff, veteran administration staff and community volunteers will spend Jan. 26 conducting the survey within a 24-hour period. S ocks and T-shirt donations can be dropped off through Jan. 18 at the following locations: North Breva rd Charities Sharing Center, 4475 S. Hopkins Ave., T itusville; Central Brevard S haring Center, 113 Aurora S t., Cocoa; Brevard County H ousing & Human Services Office, 2725 Judge Fran J amieson Way, Viera; or D aily Bread, 815 E. Fee Ave., M elbourne. F or more information,or to participate in the census gathering,contact Tammy H arris at tammy.harris@brevardcounty.us or (321) 633-2076. 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In addition, the Eckerd F amily Foundation has pledged $390,000, Harris C orporation has donated $100,000 through its Community Foundation and the S heriff's Office has pledged $175,000 of confiscated drug money to renovate and operate the building donated by R otary. Also, our friends at Parker Br others Concepts, who will be featured on the Sci-Fi Channel, have generously offered to build and donate a new motorcycle for a fundraising raffle which will hopefully bring in another $100,000 or more for the new club. T ogether, these generous donations will get us about half of what we need to get this facility renovated and provide the operational funding to keep it open. As a result, the Boys & Girls Cl ubs have launched a special fundraising campaign, led by Cocoa Rotarian M ike Arnold, to get the dollars we need to make this very special club a reality. If y ou would like to be part of this important initiative, please make a tax deductible donation made out to "Boys & Girls Clubs of Central F lorida" and write "Central Br evard Club" in the memo section of the check and mail it to: Boys & Girls Club, 1824 Temple Terrace, M elbourne, FL 32935. Y our generous donation will make a real impact in the community and on the lives of these precious children. If y ou have any questions, or would like to tour one of the two local clubs, please call Heather Subbert at (321) 277-7232. J ack Parker is the sheriff of Br evard County.ClubF rom page A6

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"W est Melbourne residents have really r esponded and are leading the way to helping protect our resources and ultimately lower their costs by keeping material out of the landfill," Mayor Rose said. C urrently, Waste Management Inc. serves 10 municipalities as well as unincorporated areas of Brevard County. Those municipalities include Melbourne, P alm Bay, Cocoa, Cocoa Beach, Indialantic, S atellite Beach, and Indian Harbour Beach. W aste Management is the largest recycler in No r th America, recycling enough paper annually to save 41 million trees, Mr. Zonka said. W est Melbourne residents can contact Waste M anagement at (321) 723-4455, or by email at C entralFloridaService@WM.com. shirts for all registered players on their team and a sponsor T-shirt. There must be six paid teams to get the league started and up to 12 teams can be r egistered. Mr. Cox, who is 56, sometimes plays in the winter and mentions that this sport is for anyone. "W e have had girls play on the teams and we have had some teams that are specifically co-ed," he said. "A lot of teams come out because their company sponsors them and it's a way to socialize and build camaraderie. It r eally can be a social experience for people." F or more information and any questions,(321) 255-4400 or by email at troy.cox@brevardparks.com r esponded in a way that, whether it was right or wrong, he gave the appearance of a cover-up. Then he comes out with a couple of birth certificates that have been deemed as a hoax by experts who do photoshop-ing. B efore becoming President of the U nited States, he took an oath of office in which he said, "I do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the Office of the President of the United States and will, to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the U nited States." Y ou do not preserve, protect or defend the Constitution by violating one of the most basic requirements. In order to lead, one must have the credibility with his followers. In order to enjoy the asset of the credibility, a leader must first earn the trust of his followers. He did not earn it with me; maybe with you, but not with everybody. P eople will not follow those who they do not trust.Where are the Bush Republicans'?Ha ve you noticed that not a single R epublican out there is claiming that he (or she) is a "Bush Republican." I wonder why that is? Maybe because of the current state of affairs. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 6, 2012 Melbourne A9 010739Melbourne Cameras31 46 W. New Haven Ave € W. Melbourne, FL 32904321.733.4412 688640 760895 760897R omancing the StoveArlene Borg The Grammy Guruwww.HometownNewsOL.com€ R ecipes € S tories € Archives & More 760946 P rofessional Decorators A vailable Bring In Your Color Samples Visit Us at www.AreaRugGalleryOnline.com3351 W. New Haven Ave. Melbourne(321)722-4111Ta ke I-95 to Exit #180 (Hwy 192) & Travel East 1.8 MilesWe Have A Rug for EVERY Lifestyle & Budget! Cut A Rug For The New Year!Holiday Sale Continues! Huge Selection!010638 RantsF rom page A7F ootballF rom page A1W asteF rom page A1M onet, Manet, Renoir and Ce zanne at Musee D'Orsay we re awe-inspiring. How ever, the next day, I began to have nagging second thoughts as I pondered Rodin's Le P enseur, otherwise known as "The Thinker." On yet another dreary, misty day in Paris, Rodin's The Thinker" seemed heavy-shouldered as a mist fell in the gray courtyard. The Thinker" seemed to be contemplating what the Fr ench call a "raison d'etre," or the meaning of life. And I began to ponder my o wn "raison d'etre." On this N ew Year's time of reflection, I began to realize that S olomon was right. Is there nothing new under the sun? After Paris, what? London? Tokyo? Sydney? T ierra del Fuego? Been there, done that. As I toured the majestic P alace of Versailles, I r ealized Marie Antoinette's fate was the same as everyone else's whether by the guillotine or otherwise. I began to heed Solomon's wisdom that there is truly nothing new under the sometimes invisible, but eternally encircling sun. So I resolved in Paris to enjoy every moment of every day, to have my proverbial cake and eat it, too. I resolved to regard each morning as an unwrapped gift, whether in sunny F lorida or gloomy France. I resolved to live with what the French call joie de vivre (joy of living). It's a lesson I learned high over Pa ri s, and one I will always r emember. H appy New Year.RevelationF rom page A3

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be hosting a AP Pirates A cademy informational meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 17 at 6 p.m. in the school's auditorium. F or more information, email Amy Evans, academy director, at evans.amy@breva r dschools.org West Shore J unior/Senior High School open enrollment meeting: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and W ednesday, Jan. 17-18, at W est Shore Junior-Senior H igh School, 250 Wildcat Alley, Melbourne. The school will be hosting parent and student informational meetings about the school, curriculum, application and enrollment procedures. T ours of the school will be hosted Jan. 25-27. The tours are for prospective parents and/or students who may wish to visit the school. F or more information,call (321) 242-4730 or email kowing.Janice@brevardschools.org. Adult soccer league in M elbourne: W ednesday, Jan. 18. Wickham Park, Melbourne. The next Adult 6 vs. 6 soccer league (open, 30-plus and 40-plus divisions) will start Wed, Jan. 18 at Wickham Park. R ules being reviewed. S ubmit any positive suggestions/comments by email. T eam fee is $260 per team, payable to Brevard County Pa r ks & Recreation. Y ou can pay in person or by phone with a VISA, M aster Card, or Discover Ca rd at any South Area C ounty Community Center or at the Sarno Road administration office in M elbourne.You can also mail a check to the address below. This address for mailing is: Br evard County Parks & Re creation-South Area, 1515 Sa r no Road, Building A, M elbourne, FL 32935 F or more information,call (321) 255-4400,email troy.cox@brevardparks.com or visit www.brevardparks.com/sou th. Big Kid Adventures'to head to Fellsmere for Frog Leg Festival: 3 p.m. Friday, J an. 20. Br evard County Parks & Re creation's "Big Kid Ad ventures" has scheduled an outing to the Fellsmere Fr og Leg Festival for Friday, J an. 20. The festival features crafters, live entertainment and, of course, frog legs, along with other fare. Pa r ticipants will meet in the parking lot at Kiwanis I sland Park, 951 Kiwanis I sland Park Road, Merritt I sland, with departure at 3 p .m. and return at 9:30 p.m. The fee is $15, which includes transportation. "B ig Kid Adventures" is a monthly nature field trip program for adults offered through the Central Area of Br evard County Parks & Re creation. F or additional information and to pre-register,call the R otary Park Nature Center at (321) 455-1385. Adult Heartsaver CPR C ourse: 9 a.m. to noon. Sa turday, Jan. 21. Satellite B each Fire Department, 1089 S. Patrick Drive, S atellite Beach. The American Heart Association two-year certification costs $35, which includes a certification card. Instructional books are available for $15. Classes are held at the S atellite Beach Fire Department. To signup or for questions, call (321) 773-4405,Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m.and 5 p.m. Birds of Prey'exhibition r eturns to Brevard Zoo: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and S unday, Jan. 20-22. Brevard Zo o, 8225 N. Wickham Road, M elbourne. Br evard Zoo will host a two-day special exhibit featuringimpressive birds of prey Saturday and S unday, Jan. 21-22, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. The exhibit, called "The R aptor Project," will feature 15-20 raptors from all over the world, plus a chance to see a few take flight and learn about these amazing birds from master falconer and wildlife rehabilitator for more than 40 years, J onathan Wood. Mr. Wood will host two shows each day at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. inside the Nyami N yami River Lodge. Mr. Wood's collection includes eagles, hawks, falcons and owls, representative from every habitat on the planet, including the arctic, desert, rainforest, w etlands, prairie, woodlands and tundra. Although many of his flock have permanent handicaps barring them from re-entry into the wild, these flaws are hard to detect. Today they have been tamed and trained as charming ambassadors of the species. Mr. Wood and his wife. S usan, travel the country bringing insight to audiences on the world of r aptors, producing over 500 programs annually in major cities across America. F or more information on The Raptor Project,please visit www.raptorproject.com, and for more information on the zoo's two-day exhibit, please call (321) 254-9453. Florida Historical So ciety Discover Florida Ser ies': 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21. Library of Florida H istory, 435 Brevard Ave., H istoric Cocoa Village. The Florida Historical S ociety will host author Vi r ginia Lynn Moylan S aturday, Jan. 21, at 2 p.m. in the Library of Florida H istory in Historic Cocoa V illage. Ms. Moylan will discuss her book "Zora Neale H urston's Final Decade." Ms. Moylan holds a master of arts degree in multicultural education and has taught English and literature in Palm Beach County for more than 20 years. In addition to her teaching and writing accomplishments, she is an engaging speaker and a founding member of Zora Fest, a cultural festival that celebrates the life and works of Zo ra N eale Hurston in Fort Pierce. The lecture starts at 2 p.m. and is free and open to the public. Discussion and re freshments follow the lecture. F or more information about the Florida Historical S ociety and the "Discover F lorida Series," contact membership@myfloridahistory.org F riday, January 6, 2012 A10 MelbourneHometown News CalendarF rom page A5

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In addition to r ousing waltzes, polkas, mazurkas and marches, the concert will feature three area tenors performing vocal works from opera and musical theater. K yle Knappenberger is one of the singers. The first thing you notice about him on the telephone is his very deep voice. It appears that one of the three tenors is actually a bass. While he may not be a tenor, he certainly has the talent. Mr. Knappenberger grew up in Rockledge and attended Cocoa Beach H igh School's International Baccalaureate program. He studied music and voice at Stetson University and received a master's degree in music from the U niversity of Houston. The singer won the G iffin Vocal Competition and Stetson Concerto competition while in college and performed with the Moores Opera Pr ogram at the University of Houston. He has sung a wide variety of operatic r oles and sung oratorios including Faure's "R equiem" and Bach's "St. J ohn's Passion." Mr. Knappenberger was still putting his program together at press time, but he was certain of one song. "I ll sing Ol' Man River,'" he said. "It's the bass national anthem." The singer met Aaron C ollins, director of the S pace Coast Symphony, last fall. "I had read about the symphony and saw they we re doing a lot of performances," Mr. Knappenberger said. "I asked if they wanted to bring me on." Mr. Knappenberger, who is working at for a tech service group, is happy to be performing in his home county. "I 'm y oung," he said. "I wanted to start small and work through the career arc, moving through larger and larger gigs. I'm actually looking to be a faculty member at Stetson or one of the other universities. "P erforming is wonderful, but I have a real desire to teach music theory and music history. My goal is to have a stable job and give myself the ability to perform. I like the relaxed pace of life here." Mr. Collins, the group's director, said that this will be a fun concert. The Three Tenors concert will feature two tenors and a baritone. The concert will be styled around the New Year's concerts that are held in V ienna each year, but with the addition of the three soloists. The concert will feature several popular waltzes, polkas and marches, mostly from the catalogue of Johann St r auss. The majority of the concert will be centered on the soloists, who include Gary Parr and a tenor Mr. Collins is keeping under wraps. They will sing both classical and popular works, including Some Enchanted Evening,' D anny Boy,' If I Loved Yo u' and The Impossible Dr eam' from the popular genre. Then we'll have works from the classical genre like Ave Maria,' Gia il soledel Gange' and La Donna e Mobile.'" It 's a wonderful opportunity to hear fine singers and lively orchestral music. It may even be an enchanted evening. The Space Coast Symphony presents The Three T enors on Jan.6 at Trinity E piscopal Church,2365 Pine Ave.,Vero Beach at 7 p .m.The concert will be re peated on Jan.8 at 3 p.m. at Holy Trinity Episcopal A cademy Auditorium in M elbourne at 3 p.m. T ickets are $20.Call (321) 536-8580 for tickets or visit the website www.spacecoast symphony.org.First Friday Art Walk in Eau Gallie Arts DistrictOn Friday, Jan. 6, 5:30-8:30 p.m., the Eau Gallie Arts District will hold its monthly First Friday Art Walk. Art studios, galleries, museums, shops and restaurants in the Eau Gallie Arts District remain open late for a free art walk, featuring exhibition openings, demonstrations, refreshments and live music. In addition, area artists set up in Eau Gallie Square and the band Arnie Southern and The Deltaholics will perform in the Eau Gallie Square band shell. T he Eau Gallie area of Melbourne was recently designated as the Arts District of Melbourne and a Florida Main Street Community. T he district includes the Brevard Art Museum, administrative offices of the Brevard Symphony Orchestra and Junior League of South Brevard, the Historic Rossetter House Museum and Gardens, the Eau Gallie Riverfront Library, Eau Gallie Civic Center, two public parks, band shell and a newly rebuilt fishing pier. E GAD contains art galleries, art supply stores, artist studios, a B&B and many small merchants and restaurants. T he Eau Gallie Farmers' Market is held each Saturday in Eau Gallie Square Park from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. T he city of Melbourne has rezoned a residential area within EGAD such that artists may establish studios in their homes, providing a special enclave for working artists. T he Eau Gallie Arts District is in the area between U.S. Highway 1 and the Eau Gallie Causeway in Melbourne. F or more information, call (321) 7520463 or email info@eaugalliearts.com.Musical Journey Around the World'T he Space Coast Pops Orchestra presents "A Musical Journey Around the W orld" for the first concert of its 26th Annual Season Subscription Series at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 7, at the Merritt Island First Baptist Church on S.R. 520 and Courtenay Parkway, 140 Magnolia A ve., Merritt Island. Conductor and music director Richard Hayman will direct the Pops Orchestra. Mr. Hayman is the icon of Pops arranging and was the arranger for the Boston Pops Orchestra for more than 30 years. T he Pops will play selections he has arranged from motion pictures and Broadway shows, some related to the music of different cultures. F eatured soloists Joan Taddie and Mark Nelson will bring the culture of music from foreign countries when singing both as soloists and also in duet form. Ms. Taddie will sing solo "Maybe This T ime" from "Cabaret," and Mr. Nelson with solo with "Maria" from "West Side Story." T he two will sing "Make Believe" from "Show Boat" and a medley from "Kiss Me Kate." Single concert tickets are $20 for general admission at advance at ticket outlets and $3 extra at the door. Call (321) 632-7445 for more information, ticket outlet locations and single concert reserved seat tickets. Baja Tavern and Eats: The Tropical Yuppies will play 5-9 p.m. Sunday. The S upercats will play 5-9 p.m. Thursday. The Baja is at 626 G len Cheek Drive, Port C anaveral. F or more information,call (321) 7991616. Beach Shack: The D anny Morris Band will play 8 p.m. to midnight S aturday. Sunnyland Steve will lay 4-8 p.m. Wednesday. The Beach Shack is at 1 M inutemen Causeway, C ocoa Beach. F or more information,call (321) 7832250 Cocoa Beach Pier: The Tr opical Yuppies will play 610 p.m. Thursday. Cocoa B each Pier is at 401 Meade Av e ., Cocoa Beach. For more information,call (321) 783-7549. Crickets: All Walks of Life will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday. Crickets is at 1942 N. Wickham Road, M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2429280. Djon's Steak and Lobster House: The Red Sh ow Tr io will play 7 p.m. to midnight Friday and S aturday (New Year's Eve). J ulia Bullock will play 6 p .m. to closing Sunday and Thursday. Djon's is at 522 O cean Ave., Melbourne B each. F or more information,call (321) 722-2737. Dog N'Bone British P ub: Rich Deems will play 9 p .m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. The Dog N' Bone is at 9 Stone S t., Cocoa Village. F or more information,call (321) 6362828. Doubles Beachside Tiki Bar: M ike and Mikey will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. Doubles is at 1894 S. Patrick Dr ive, Indian Harbour B each. F or more information,call (321) 773-5341. Getaway Martini Bar & Lounge: K evin Ray will play 5:30-9 p.m., and Highway 1 will play 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fr iday. Strobe-Lite will play 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. The Getaway is at 7720 N. Wi ckham Road, Unit 10, M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2550052. Grills Riverside: Pe r fect T uesday will play at 7:30 p .m. Friday. Chain Reaction will play at 7:30 p.m. S aturday. The Tree Frogs will play at 2 p.m. Sunday. Ir is will play at 5 p.m. W ednesday. Johnny Danger will play at 5 p.m. Thursday. STAR SCOPESJames Tucker W eek of 1-6-2012 Aries-March 21-April 19Count your blessings. This is a New Year. The past one has g iven both challenges and blessings. This year will be better with the rewards outweighing the challenges. Make an accounting on a regular basis about how much good is coming your way and you will increase the odds of success and put them in your favor.T aurus-April 20-May 20Making wise decisions based on your instincts will keep you focused on the main issues that need to be addressed. Y ou are at your best when you follow your heart not the head. Stay firm in your basic beliefs. Others around you may not always agree, but they will respect you for your firm resolve. Gemini-May 21-June 21Y ou are a creative free spirit. Use your powerful gift of communicating when life gets sticky or begins to slow down. Be sure to make quality time for yourself each week and keep your mental batteries charged. The beginning of the year is no time to start feeling burned out. Strong concentration on your main objectives will bring positive results.Cancer-June 22-July 22T his will be a good year for you. You are more relaxed, your mind is clear, your heart is open and your visions are strong. This balanced life will help you expand your goals and help them grow earlier than usual. It's good to see you taking better care of yourself. You are well known for taking care of everyone else first. L eo-July 23-Aug. 22Y ou have the power of positive influence like few others. W hy? Because of your fiery nature. You get a good idea and you put it into action. Two thousand eleven will be a year of continued action and many new adventures. Your good nature and encouragement is a large part of your success. It's part of your natural leadershipVirgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22Y ou have done a lot of healing, changing and growing the past year. The key to success is to get a second wind when you begin to tire and use it to help you finish your projects in a timely manner. YourSee S CENE, B3 See SCOPES, B3 Br evard CountyEntertainmentSECTIONB FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 2012Dining &Three soloists add to New Year's concertClub Scene Photo courtesy of Kyle KnappenbergerKyle Knappenberger is one of the soloists when the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra presents its Three T enors' concert Jan. 6 and 8.See OUT, B2By Shelley KoppelEntertainment writer

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To W rite Love On Her ArmsNonprofit organization To W rite Love on Her Arms has announced the date of its annual "Heavy and Light" event to be held at 6:30 p.m. Saturday Jan. 7, at the House of Blues in Orlando. An evening of songs, conversation and hope will feature Chris Carrabba of Dashboard Confessional, David Bazan of Pedro The Lion, W illiam Fitzsimmons, Mariah McManus, Noah Gundersen, the return of spoken word poet Anis Mojgani, as well as speaking by TWLOHA founder Jamie Tworkowski and others In addition, everyone who attends the show is given a list of local (counseling and treatment) resources. In previous years, the event has hosted acoustic performances by Jon Foreman, Dustin K ensrue, Mat Kearney, Aaron Gillespie, Bryce Avary, Stephen Christian, Anthony Raneri, A aron Marsh, Zach Williams, Josh Moore and Damion Suomi. T he event's name comes from "Our hearts are heavy and light. We laugh and scream and sing. Our hearts are heavy and light," which T workowski wrote in response to the death of Hawthorne Heights guitarist Casey Calvery in 2007. Cost is $17 for general admission in advance and $22 general admission at the door. Tickets can be purchased at http://wrt.lv/sTlZg5. The House of Blues Orlando, Downtown Disney, 1490 E. Buena Vista Drive, Lake Buena Vista. F or more information, call (407) 934-BLUE (2583). To W rite Love on Her Arms is a nonprofit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide. TW L OHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery. Since its start in 2006, they have donated more than $900,000 directly into treatment and recoveryand have answered more than 160,000 emails from more than 100 countries. F or more information on TWL OHA, please go to www.twloha.com. Night Sounds' concert at the inletT he Florida Department of Environmental Protection's Sebastian Inlet State Park will hold the "Night Sounds" concert series 7-9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 7. Hosted by the Friends of Sebastian Inlet State Park, the concert will showcase Velveeta Underground. Jim Wegman and Don Austin are known as Velveeta Underground. V elveeta Underground has a cultural catalogue of cover tunes that spans across the country with plenty of pit stops at the crossroad and along the slow curves. T heir music intertwines classic rock, country, blues and folk on a journey through the past. T he concert will take place at the pavilions on Coconut P oint, located on the south side of Sebastian Inlet. The concert is free with regular park entry fees. Sebastian Inlet State Park is at 9700 S. Highway A1A Melbourne Beach. To view the music of V elveeta Underground, visit www.youtube.com/watch?v=k ElfgSQGJpw. F or more information about the concert, please call (321)984-4852 or visit www.floridastateparks.org/seb astianinlet. Ministry musical revue at St. MarksNew Beginnings, a residential transitional program for women coming out of incarceration, will present a musical revue 7-9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 7 at St. Marks United Methodist Church, 20 30 N. Highway A1A, Indialantic. T he revue will be directed and coordinated by James Boone, director of arts at St. Marks. F ree refreshments will be served during the intermission Tickets cost $10 each and will be available at the door or may be ordered by phoning the church office at (321) 7730721. F or more information regarding the ministry, call Milly Childress at (321) 6932 732.Three Tenors come to MelbourneBells will still be ringing in Brevard when the Space Coast S ymphony presents "New Y ears with the Three Tenors" on Sunday,Jan.8,at 3 p.m. at the Scott Center for the Pe r forming Arts at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy in north Melbourne. T he Scott Center auditorium is located off the Pineda Causeway at 5625 Holy Trinity Drive. Styled after the traditional V iennese New Year's concerts, T he Space Coast Symphony Orchestra will perform popular works, including waltzes, polkas, mazurkas and marches. Joining the orchestra will be three tenors to sing arias from beloved operas, as well as favorites from 20th century musical theatre. A dvance tickets may be purchased online for $20 at www.SpaceCoastSymphony.or g or by calling (321) 5368580. T icket outlets include A Floral Affair in Merritt Island, Art Expressions in Eau Gallie, Blue Sky Insurance in Cocoa V illage and Tropical Realty of Suntree. T ickets at the door are an additional $5. Students 18 and younger will be admitted free. F or those unable to afford the price of general admission, the new SCSO Symphony for Everyone program will provide discounted tickets to anyone wishing to attend the symphony performance. See details at www.SpaceCoastSymphony.or g. F or information about the Space Coast Symphony 2012 performing season and ticketing, please visit www.SpaceCoastSymphony.or g or call (321) 536-8580.Jack Smink and the LST Band at the King CenterJack Smink will present the "Elvis Birthday Bash" at 7 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 8, at the King Center for the Performing Arts in Melbourne. Cost is $30. T he King Center is at 3865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. Fo r tickets, call (321) 2422219. 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Grills Riverside is at 6075 No r th U.S. Highway 1, M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 242-8999. Hangover Lounge: L una Pearl will play at 9 p .m. Friday. The Hangover Lounge is at 671 Washburn Road, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 610-3917. Ichabod's Dockside: J on Parrot will play 8-11 p .m. Friday. Ichabod's Dockside is at 2210 Front S t., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 952-9532. Lou's Blues: M edusa will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Saturday. The Queen B ees will play 2-6 p.m., and Marc Dobson will play 7-11 p.m. Sunday. No D iving will play 8 p.m. to midnight Tuesday. A bsolute Blue will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. W ednesday. Spanks Band will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday. Lou's Blues is at 3191 N. Highway A1A, I ndialantic. F or more information,call (321) 779-2299. Main Street Pub: Red T ide will play 7-11 p.m. Fr iday. Main Street Pub is at 705 E. New Haven Ave., M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 723-7811. Milliken's Reef: All A bout Nothing will play 510 p.m. Saturday. Saxc A ppeal will play 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., and Fast Forward and Bottoms Up will play 2-7 p.m. Sunday. Ted V illarreal will play 5-9 p.m. W ednesday. Milliken's is at 683 Dave Nisbet Drive, Po rt C anaveral. F or more information,call (321) 783-0100. Oh Shucks: The John Q uinlivan Band, Heartbreaker, will play 6-10 p .m. Friday. Oh Shucks is at 401 Meade Ave. (Cocoa B each Pier), Cocoa Beach. F or more information,call (321) 783-4050. Pineda Inn: K eith K oelling will play 7-11 p .m. Sunday. The Pineda I nn is at 6355 North U.S. H ighway 1 (U.S. 1 and S untree Boulevard), R ockledge/Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 751-5311. Riverside Bar and Gr ill: S panks Band will play 8 p.m. to midnight S aturday. Tammy Paoletti and James' Gang will play 4-8 p.m. Sunday. The Riverside Bar and Grill is at 4720 Dixie Highway N.E., Palm Bay. F or more information,call (321) 574-0520. Sebastian Beach Inn: S ebastian Beach Inn Jam N ight is at 8:30 p.m. Fr iday. Karl Hudson will play at 2 p.m. Sunday. The S ebastian Beach Inn is at 7035 S. Highway A1A, M elbourne Beach. For more information,call (321) 728-4311. Shady Oaks Lounge: S teve Cowden and The Last Chance Band will play 9 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Fr iday and Saturday. Steve Co w den will also play 7-11 p .m. Tuesday. The Shady Oa ks is at 650 S. Babcock, P alm Bay. F or more information,call (321) 727-7004. desire and visions are focused and strong. Stay on this edge. Y our life will be so magical that it will surprise even you.Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22Y ou have created many new exciting changes in life. Your spirit is strong and your attitude is positive. Keep your life tools honed and sharp. The main one is balance. You are our leader in this area. You have the patience, faith and trust in spirit. Stay focused on your passions and get ready for an exciting ride all year.Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21Y our self-confidence is growing. You worry less. You live a day at a time. You are happier. W hy? Because you continue to release the past and plan for the future. You are creating your own reality. You are a player in the game of life, not a spectator. The greatest is your open heart to receive and give love. In the game of life you are a winner.Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21W here do you get all the energ y? You amaze your friends. Y ou have a never-ending supply of determination. You know what you want. You usually get what you desire. T he key for stamina is to pace yourself. Make a list of your top priorities every day, and take care of the most important ones first. Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19Y ou have a rare universal blessing. This gives you a highly-focused mirror into your own inner universe. The greatest thing you could do would be to meditate every day and listen closely to this rare guidance. Then, take action to create a great reality in the days and months ahead.Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18F ew can keep up with you at the beginning of the year. Your sign is coming up next. The anticipation and joy of achievement is the fuel that fires your soul. The timing is perfect to launch your new projects. Your hard work has paid off. Nothing can stop you.Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20It is time to show gratitude every day. Say this out loud every day. "I am continually fed by the unlimited good in the universe. I am thankful for my many friends who bring me great joy and love. I see good in everyone I meet. I am thankful when they see it in me. My heart is filled to overflowing. 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Hello smart shoppers. This week we're gonna make some delicious meals with leftover turkey. F irst, let's get even smarter by learning what cooking terms mean with my cook-a-cabulary, a vocabulary about cooking. Alphabetically speaking, here we go! BASTE: to moisten food while cooking with pan drippings to prevent dryness. BLANCH: to precook in steam or boiling water to r emove skin or to prepare food for canning or freezing. BLEND: to thoroughly mix ingredients with an electric mixer or a whisk until smooth. BRAISE: to cook slowly in a little liquid with the pan tightly covered. BREAD: to coat with breadcrumbs before cooking. BROIL: to cook by direct heat under the broiler of a stove. BU T TERFLY: to split foods horizontally, such as chicken breasts or meat, without separating the sections then laying flat. CARAMELIZE: to melt sugar slowly over low heat until it becomes brown in color. To caramelize onions the same process is followed using a little shortening or water until they become lightly golden and translucent. CO AT : to cover foods with crumbs, flour or batter before cooking. DREDGE: pressing food firmly into seasoned flour to coat heavily. FOLD: to add ingredients gently, such as folding in beaten egg whites by placing a spatula down into the mixture at the side of the bowl scraping along the bottom then coming up and ov er turning the bowl often until well incorporated. GLAZE: to brush a mixture over top of food to give it a shine or hard finish. KNEAD: to work dough with the heel of your hand in a pressing and folding motion. PUREE: to convert food into a liquid or paste using a blender, food processor or food mill. REDUCE: to boil a mixture to evaporate liquid so it becomes thicker. SCORE:to cut narrow criss-cross slits on each side of meat or poultry without cutting through. Any more questions? Ca n' t you feel yourself getting smarter by the minute? Enjoy. Next week it's turkey soup. LE LE F F T T OVE OVE R TU R TU R R KE KE Y Y O O R C R C H H I I C C KE KE N C N C U U R R RY RY ser ser ves 4 to 6, ves 4 to 6, regular or low fat regular or low fat This curry is a simple va r iation of the real thing. It is a winner and takes almost no time to prepare. 1/2-cup each finely chopped onion and celery 1 tablespoon canola oil or water 2 cups chicken broth, homemade or canned 1/2-cup tomato sauce 1/2-cup water 1/2-teaspoon Worcestershire sauce Se veral sprigs fresh Italian parsley, chopped, or 1 tablespoon dried S alt and pepper 1 teaspoon to 1 tablespoon curry powder, depending on how strong a flavor you want 3 to 4 cups cooked turkey or chicken, cut up 1/4-cup flour 3 to 4 cups cooked rice or noodles C ooked broccoli spears Lightly brown onion and celery in oil, adding water if necessary. Add broth, r eserving 1/2 cup, tomato sauce, water, a little salt and pepper, Worcestershire sauce, parsley and curry powder. Cook, covered, about 10 minutes. Add turkey; cook 10 minutes longer. Shake remaining broth with flour and add to the pot, stirring until thickened, adding more water or flour and water if necessary. Se rv e in individual dishes or any way you choose. Try broccoli spears over rice or noodles, then ladle on the curry. M M O O C C K TU K TU R R KE KE Y O Y O R R C C H H I I C C KE KE N D N D IV IV AN AN regular or low fat regular or low fat Leftover turkey or chicken Leftover gravy Fr esh or frozen broccoli, cooked C ooked medium or wide noodles* Thaw cooked poultry; let sit out one hour to reach r oom temperature. Thaw gravy, bring to a boil; whisk to reconstitute. A dd cut up poultry; heat though. Serve in individual au-gratin dishes, topping a serving of noodles with a couple of broccoli spears, turkey and gravy. Beware of noodles. If their first name is egg, they're high in fat and cholesterol. Use no-yolk noodles instead. Season with salt and pepper and a little butter substitute. 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Arts notesHot Coffee the Movie' at the Henegar Center"H ot Coffee the Movie Is J ustice Being Served?" Seinfeld mocked it. Letterman r anked it in his Top 10 list. And more than 15 years later, its infamy continues. Ev eryone knows the M cDonald's coffee case. It has been routinely cited as an example of how citizens have taken advantage of America's legal system, but is that a fair r endition of the facts? "H ot Coffee" reveals what r eally happened to Stella Liebeck, the Albuquerque woman who spilled coffee on herself and sued McDonald's, while exploring how and why the case garnered so much media attention, who funded the effort and to what end. After seeing this film, you will decide who really profited from spilling hot coffee. Br ought to you by the Space C oast Progressive Alliance, "H ot Coffee the Movie Is J ustice Being Served?" will be at the Henegar Center in Melbourne 6:30-9 p.m. Thursday, J an. 5. It is free and open to the public. The Henegar Center is at 625 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne. F or more information, visit www.spacecoastprogressivealliance.org/joomla/.Opening reception, "Eau Gallie Squares"The Fifth Avenue Art G allery will be presenting the opening reception of its member show "Eau Gallie Squares," 5:30-8 p.m. Friday, J an. 6. All work will be in 12-inch, 24-inch, or 36-inch squares in different mediums representing a wide variety of subject matter. The inspiration in the area is unlimited. V isit with the artists as you peruse the artwork and enjoy light refreshments. The reception is free and open to the public. Afterward, continue your stroll down the street to enjoy dinner and other shops, galleries, as well as the museum in Eau Gallie. The exhibit runs Jan. 6-31. The Fifth Avenue Art G allery is artist-owned and operated. The gallery is at 1470 Highland Ave., in the Eau Gallie Arts District of Melbourne, across the street from the Br evard Museum of Art. F or more information,call (321) 259-8261 or visit www.fifthavenueartgallery.co m.Motion machine quilting at Art Gallery of VieraLearn the basic skills to make machine quilting successful and fun. S ewing machine with a free motion or darning foot is re quired. C ost is $20 per class. An optional kit is available for each class, or you can bring y our own supplies. Class size is limited to eight students, so register early. There is a discount if you register for all three classes. The first class is 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Jan. 7:Free M otion Doodling: Learn how to achieve the correct tension, how to move the fabric and play with easy designs. S upplies needed are four 20-inch muslin squares, two 20-inch pieces of cotton batting, fabric basting spray and contrasting thread.(Optional kit includes all but thread for $10.) The second class is 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Jan. 14:Quilting on the Lines: Learn various methods to transfer a design to your fabr ic and practice sewing your design. (Same supplies are r equired with optional kit available for $10.) The third class is 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Jan. 21: Quilt y our Fabric Design: Using a large print fabric or panel, yo u' ll learn to follow the motif for creative quilting. S upplies needed aretwo 16to 20-inch squares of large print fabric or panels, two muslin pieces the same size and two pieces of cotton batting the same size, complimentary thread that works with your fabric. (Optional kit includes everything, including thread. C ost is $15.) Pre-registration with payment is required. The Art Gallery of Viera is at 2271 Town Center Ave., Suite 101, Viera. F or more information or to r egister,contact Dij Pacarro at quilterdij@earthlink.net or call (321) 806-5550. Art of Giving' special show and fundraiserThe Art Gallery of Viera at www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 6, 2012 Melbourne B5 682426Answers located in Classified Section 760901 010709 BESTPRICESOFTHEYEAR! BESTPRICESOFTHEYEAR!LIMITEDTIMEOFFER!1 YEARSAMEASCASH WITH APPROVEDCREDITLIMITEDTIMEOFFER!1 YEARSAMEASCASH WITH APPROVEDCREDITSoothing Mind, Body &Spirit1871 W. New Haven Avenue, W. Melbourne,FL(1 block east of Barnes &Noble)321-728-0441 € 321-914-0910www.FloridaHotSpring.comSpas ChemicalsFurniture Grills 689566Locator Line. Shopping Line321.727.8062 See ARTS, B6 010602

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Officers of the Alter and Rosary Society at the Holy Family Traditional Roman Catholic Church are (l to r): Judy Kitchen, Alice Costen, Claire Beaudry, The Rev. F ather James Lockwood, P at Lankenau, Annette Bernard and Barbara Dirk. The society sponsors raffles and bake sales for the projects at Holy Family. Photo courtesy of The Rosary SocietyThe Avenue has a very special show planned for the month of January. Fr iend and talented member, Melissa Brooks, has hodgkins lymphoma. More than 50 local professional artists have donated their artwork to enable the gallery to hold a fundraiser on Melissa's behalf. Ev en better, the gallery is taking no commission on this art, instead discounting the prices 35 percent as an incentive to the public to support the cause. All of the proceeds will go directly to Ms. Brooks. The show will run Jan. 9 through Feb. 4. We hope you will join us 6-9 p .m. Jan. 14 at the reception for this special show. Pizza Gallery is providing appetizers and a cash bar. There will be live music and a chance to meet the artists. Ms. Brooks will be the featured artist of the month in J anuary, so the public will be treated to a special display of her work as well. The Art Gallery of Viera is at 2250 Town Center Ave., The Av enue Viera. Fo r more information,call (321) 536-7773 or email BobbiQBrown@hotmail.com. Rehearsals start for Community ChorusThe Brevard Community Chorus will begin rehearsing for its spring concert as part of the 2011-12 performing season on Tuesday, Jan. 10, at 7 p.m. in Room 160 Building 9, on the Melbourne campus of Brevard Community College on Wickham Road in M elbourne. S imple auditions will be held over several weeks following the first rehearsal Jan. 10. Past singing experience is r equired and the ability to r ead music proficiently is highly desired. The Brevard Community Chorus spring concert is scheduled for Saturday, May 5 at 7:30 p.m. at the King Center for the Performing Arts in M elbourne. Ca ll (321) 608-8087 for more information. F riday, January 6, 2012 B6 MelbourneHometown News 010489€ AFFORDABLE Pr ivate Apartments & Suites (all utilities except telephone included) Starting at $1850 € Separate,Secured Memory Care Starting at $2850 € Three Delicious Home Cooked Meals per day Plus Snacks and Beverages € Weekly Housekeeping Including Personal and Flat Laundry,Ironing € Complimentary Lunch with TourBethesda Senior CareIndependent,Assisted,Secure Memory Care2800 Fordham Rd.NE,Palm Bay,FL 32905321-723-3288License # AL-4788€ Scheduled Transportation to Shopping, Banking,Appointments,Church & Activities € 24 hour Personal Care Assistance and Medication Management € Emergency Response Systems € Resident Safety Checks and Hourly Rounds € Church on Premises 22 New Units NOW OPEN! 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Happy New Year everyone! I hope the holidays left you with pleasant memories and new-found promise for 2012. F or us, a successful year in golf may mean just getting out a few more times to play. It may mean a new set of irons or a trip to a course yo u' ve longed to play. Pe r haps it means a careerbest round or one with an old friend or relative. Whatever it is, I hope that y ou find it. F or the more famous people in golf, I have a few predictions for 2012. While I am nowhere near as famous as Nostradamus, I hope I can be just a bit more accurate with my crystal ball. W ith that, here are my top predictions for 2012. In a move to increase his slipping chances of catching J ack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods petitions the powers-that-be at Augusta National to trim their invite list for The M asters to 18 players. S eeing as Tiger's lone win in the last two years came at his own, limited-field event, he hopes the same-size field at Augusta will better his odds of winning at put him that much closer to Jack's r ecord for major wins. Alas, despite protests by Al S harpton and the Rev. Jessie J ackson outside Magnolia Lane, the Green Jackets will politely turn down Tiger's r equest. While Tiger will be in the hunt, it will be Jason D ay who holds off Luke Donald to slip on the coat come week's end. To which T iger will comment sorely, "I wouldn't have even invited him." At the U.S. Open, we will witness the most tightly packed leaderboard in decades. With the Olympic Club playing to a mere 7,060 yards, nearly the entire field will find themselves in the hunt. N ot having to hit long irons and fairway woods into concrete-hard greens will help the short hitters stay in contention. I look for a short-but-accurate player to win this major. We may even see someone from the Champions Tour hoist the cup by nightfall on Fathers Day. On the flip side, I expect to see the youngest champion in history win a major on the ladies side of golf. Lexi Thompson will win a major this year and become the y oungest woman to do so by nearly a year. That is if Yani T seng cools off long enough for anyone other than her to win any tournament. At the Open Championship, Sergio Garcia will finally get that giant gorilla off his back. He will claim his first major in style beating the hottest youngster in golf, Rory McIlroy and the man everyone thought he'd be rival to, T iger Woods, in a playoff at Ro yal Lytham & St. Anne's. F or Garcia it will complete his career comeback that began with back-to-back wins on the European Tour late this past year. For Tiger, it will be his second near miss of the year, something that will begin to eat at him as the year progresses. At the year's final major, we will see a shootout between no less than six 20somethings. In the end, Rickie Fowler will triumph. At his press conference after the tournament, he will show up sans hat and with a new haircut. I think we will see the demise of a fine man and golfer this year. Ernie Els' putting woes will continue and he will go from the belly putter, to the long putter, to putting left-handed, to trying a wedge and then a hybrid in an effort to drop a putt. E ls slipped from 42nd in putting in 2010 to 180th in 2011. It's difficult to stay competitive and even harder to stay positive when y ou cannot make a 3-foot putt. The final nail in the coffin for Els, and the beginning of a slide for others, will come when the Royal & Ancient actually bans the long putter. There is currently a rule limiting how short a putter may be. While it's difficult to limit the overall length of a specific club, I expect to see the R&A make the swinging of a club by anchoring it to any spot on the body, other than the hands or the wrists, against the rules. With its usual aplomb, the USGA will wait another two years before implementing the same rule. F inally, we will see a mainstay of the U.S. Ryder C up team not make the squad. Sadly, Phil Mickelson, who has seen more than his fair share of mountains to climb, will slide out of the players qualifying for the team on points. It's unlikely that captain Davis Love III, will pick him with so many hot, y oung players to choose from. 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. 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Each FIRST team r eceives an identical kit of parts and has six weeks to design and build a robot. O ther than dimension and w eight limitations and other technical restrictions, the look and function of the robot is up to each team. NASA volunteers support many teams throughout the process. The competition is structured like a professional athletic event, and teams compete in an arena the size of a small basketball court. This year, 45 regional competitions will take place in the U.S., along with four additional international competitions in Ma r ch and April. F or more information, visit http://robotics.nasa.gov or http://robotics.arc.nasa.g o v/events/2012_sponsorship.php.Chamber's Best Martini on the Melbourne Coast'The Melbourne Regional Chamber's annual Martinis & Mistletoe event, held in early December, and presented by PNC Bank, was the setting for the "B est Martini on the Melbourne Coast" competition. 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and always has been fat free. By using fat-free milk or evaporated skim milk undiluted and fat-free topping you will have a fat and cholesterol-free dessert. T wo 4-serving packages chocolate pudding, cook and serve style, not instant, either regular or sugar-free 4 cups milk Graham crackers, regular or low fat Whipped cream or topping Pr epare pudding according to package directions. The microwave method is great, no pot to wash. P lace a layer of graham crackers in an 8-inch square pan. Top with half the pudding, crackers and then the rest of the pudding. Cr umble some crackers on top; refrigerate until cold. C ut in squares and serve with whipped cream. F or an autographed cookbook,"Romancing The St ov e with the Grammy G uru,"visit www.romancingthestove.net or e-mail arlene@romancingthestove. net. and bars engaged in a competition to see who can create the most exoticlooking and best-tasting martini. Once guests had sampled all of the creative variations of the traditional martini recipe from all 12 contestants, the ballots we re cast and revealed that The Melting Pot's "Love Ma r tini" was the handsdown favorite. Mo re than 250 attendees we re also treated to a holiday buffet, a Fox Janitorial dessert bar, coffees by Sunshine Coffee Service and presented with their own T win Rivers Insurance souvenir specialty martini glass, etched with the Martinis and Mistletoe logo. In addition to the martini competition, contenders put their creative talents into decorating their individual serving stations to vie for the Best Decorated award. S et against a background of hot pink, the Hilton Melbourne Oceanfront's A tlantic Blue Beach Bar's iridescent white tree and sparkling dŽcor created a holiday winter wonderland that took the prize. The Melbourne Regional Chamber of East Central F lorida, with offices in M elbourne and Viera, was established in 1925 and is one of less than 70 chambers awarded the five-star accreditation by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber serves the business communities of M elbourne, Palm Bay, Indialantic, Indian Harbour B each, Malabar, Melbourne Beach, Melbourne V illage, Palm Shores, P atrick Air Force Base, S atellite Beach, Suntree, V iera, West Melbourne, Ha r mony and the unincorporated areas of South Breva rd C ounty. F or more information, call (321) 724-5400.Daily Bread is also a food bankM any in the community don't realize that Daily Br ead is not only a soup kitchen, it is also a food bank. The site on Morningside Dr ive is the warehouse where food is collected and then issued to 21 nonprofit agencies and pantries, which, in turn, provide the food to the hungry. The food is shared among the following partners: D aily Bread Soup Kitchen, S outh Brevard Sharing C enter, Ascension Social C oncerns Food Pantry, Salv ation Army, Brevard S enior Nutrition Program, Hi s Place Ministries Food P antry, Genesis House, Pr oject Response Pantry, Church of Christ Oceanside Food Pantry, Reddick St r eet Church of God Food P antry, Holy Name St. Vincent DePaul Society Food P antry, Our Lady of Grace St Vincent DePaul Society F ood Pantry, Melbourne Church of Christ Food P antry, Church on the Rock F ood Pantry, New Life Assembly of God Food P antry, Master's Workshop F ood Pantry, St. Paul's M ethodist Food Pantry, Se venth Dan Adventist F ood Pantry, Viet Nam and V eteran's Food Pantry, Zion Church Food Pantry and J ohnson Outreach Food P antry. Pa r tners are added to the list throughout the year. F or more information, call (321) 773-2783,Ext. 124. F riday, January 6, 2012 B8 MelbourneHometown News Dr.Denture010733€ Quality Dentures € Reasonable Fees € Competitive Prices € Medicaid AcceptedOne Day Service for Dentures, Relines and RepairsCall for appointment321-259-1949FL Lic# 10444313 N. BABCOCK ST. € MELBOURNE FREE Try-Ins10%OFFALL DENTURESFOR VETERANS 687118 NotesF rom page B7GrammyF rom page B4 WE CAN HELP YOU SELL YOUR PETS! 321-242-0442 CALL CLASSIFIED BE A HOMETOWN NEWS ADVERTISER, OR COMPETE WITH ONE! PLACE YOUR AD BY CALLING 321-242-0442 SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERSOFFERING A SERVICE?PLACE YOUR AD IN HOMETOWN NEWS! CALL CLASSIFIED321-242-0442 FREE ADS! HOUSEHOLD MERCHANDISE UNDER $200582834TO PL AC E YOUR AD: EMAIL classified@HometownNewsOL.comor log ontowww .HometownNewsOL.com or Mail or FaxMAIL COUPON TO HOME OFFICE 11 02 S. U.S. 1, Fort Pierce, FL 34950 or drop off at: 380 Wickham Rd. 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P age 10How to keep from being bored P age 9Election y ear is loomingStories of boomers who are trying something newInsideReinventing y ourself A monthly publication celebrating the active lifestyle of Floridas boomers A monthly publication celebrating the active lifestyle of Floridas boomersBrevard County €January 2012 Brevard County €January 2012

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It 's a new year and many of us have made resolutions. Some of us have already broken them. We may want to exercise more, eat better or lose weight. Pe r haps we want to reconnect with friends and family. Some of us may want to try something new. That's our focus this month. In this issue of Forever Young, you'll meet people who tried something they hadn't done before. In some cases it was exercising or taking up a sport. In other cases, it was a change in career or a new pursuit after retirement. Some of the people had physical limitations. Others had survived cancer and rethought their priorities. The common thread for all the stories is that it is never too late to try something new. It doesn't have to be a life-changing move. Sometimes it's as simple as taking up bridge or ballroom dancing. All of the people interviewed for these pages have taken that first step, the hardest one of all. Most were apprehensive. M any were afraid they'd make fools of themselves. They decided not let that bother them. What they found was that challenging themselves kept them young, gave them confidence and made them feel better about themselves. We hope you will take that message to heart. If there is something you've always wanted to do, perhaps this is the year you give it a try. As a reminder, you can read all the stor ies in this month's edition by visiting our w ebsite, www.hometownewsol.com. Click on the Forever Young symbol. You can follow your neighbors throughout the Space and Treasure Coast this way. We hope you'll take the time to check them out and, as always, we welcome y our comments.3BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG Circulation Inquiries: 1-866-913-6397 or circulation@hometownnewsol.comV oted No. 1 Community Newspaper in America by the Association of Free Community Papers. Advertising Consultants Emily Eby, Georgia Gannon, Sherry Oliver, John Stoerback, Kim Pierce, Cynthia Prindle, Chuck StephensonPhone (321) 242-1013 F ax (321) 242-1281Classified (321) 242-0442Inside Sales Consultants Carol Deprey-Zelenak, Anna Vasquez, Debra SchroerBrevard CountyBREVPublished monthly by Hometown News, L.C., 1102 South U.S. 1, Fort Pierce, FL 34950 Copyright 2011, Hometown News L.C.Steven E. Erlanger Publisher and C.O.O. Ve rnon D.Smith Managing Partner Lee Mooty General Manager Phil Galdys VP/Director of Operations T ammy Raits VP/Managing EditorAssociate News Editor Shelley Koppel Photographer Andy Stefanek Major Accounts Manager Carl Guffin Advertising Sales Managers T erry Hart, Dale Rhodelander P roduction Manager Mercedes L. Paquette Editorial Page Design MeganSchumacher Graphic Designers Stephanie Stevenson, Karen Wood, Eric Macon, Sue Moye, Rita Zeblin National Accounts Manager Michele E. Muccigrosso Inside Sales Director P at Snyder Bill Williams is the owner and operator of A Cut Above Video Productions.' In the mid 1980's Mr. Williams decided to change his life and follow his childhood passion of working in video production. Andy Stefanek/ staff photographer New year a chance to try something newBy Shelley KoppelAssociate news editor ON THE COVER 686499CLAUDINE MOGGREALTOR1999 Londontown Lane, Titusville, FL 32796321-267-1445Cellular: 321-536-7766 claudinemogg@me.com www .golf1realty .com Golf 1, Inc. 685658Hours:8:00 a.m.till 4:30 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and 8:00 a.m.to 5:00 p .m.on Sunday.A Veterans Benefits Officer is available from 9:00 a.m.till 12 Noon, Monday through Friday. Visitors are invited to visit our displays including the Hall of Honor where memorial photographs of veterans including several Medal of Honor recipients, the colors of participating Veterans Organizations and museum military artifacts are displayed.A tribute to 9-11 includes artifacts from the World Trade Center set on our surrounding waterfront grounds.V eterans Memorial Center & PlazaA Tribute to All Veterans400 S.Sykes Creek Parkway, Merritt Island321-453-1776HTTP://VeteransMemorialCenter.orgV isit our website to see our Monthly Newsletter.Our auditorium and meeting rooms are av ailable for reasonable rental and provide the perfect setting for your W eddings, Memorial Services, Anniversaries, Reunions, and Birthday celebrations. Individuals may purchase a 4" x 8", 8" x 8", or 24" x 24" brick dedicated in memory of a loved one, and placed in the Veterans Memorial Plaza. € Laminate € Carpet € Tile € Vinyl € Hardwood € Laminate € Carpet € Tile € Vinyl € Hardwood OPEN: Mon. Sat. 9am 6pm(321) 634-5419(321) 634-5419688646 401 Cross Road Cocoa FL 401 Cross Road, Cocoa, FL Y our FullService Flooring Store Y our FullService Flooring StoreNew CollectionSpecially PricedBruce HardwoodOn Sale Now!New CollectionSpecially PricedBruce HardwoodOn Sale Now! FOUR STARFLOORING"John Chetta", OwnerFOUR STARFLOORING"John Chetta", Owner OPEN: Mon. Sat. 9am 6pm

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4BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG Life gave him oranges Andy Graham and Pepper take a break from working in his 12acre citrus grove near the Brevard-Volusia county line. Mr. Graham was a lawyer for 34 years prior to owning the citrus grove. Photo courtesy of Joyce Wilden Lawyer turns to simpler life MIMS Andrew Graham was a harddriving trial lawyer for many years, arguing cases before the Florida S upreme Court. For 34 years, he worked in an adversarial system where opponents were the enemy. In 1991, while still practicing law, Mr. Graham bought a 12-acre citrus grove near the Brevard-Volusia county line. "I n 1988, there was a series of freezes," he said. "The one on Christmas Eve was the worst in maybe 100 y ears. It killed groves. My plan was to buy a dead grove and raise grapes for wine. I came up here to a lovely grove that was all overgrown since the freeze. "I t took me a year to clean it up to see what was alive. Some 600 of the 1,100 trees were alive, so I said, well, heck, I'll just become a citrus farmer.'" It took Mr. Graham three years, working on the weekends, to prune the trees and clear the debris. "I t' s a great hobby for a trial lawyer," he said. Yo u' re alone with your tractor or truck. I spent 30 years in a confrontational arena. It's a great get-away. In 2007, as Mr. Graham neared r etirement, he and his son, Clifford, built a log cabin, again on weekends. Mr. Graham's mother, who has Alzheimer's and could no longer live alone, moved in with him. By then, he had learned a great deal about the land and about himself. H is groves had as many mature sabal palms as they did citrus trees. The lawyer took his time decided what to do. "M ost groves took out the palms," he said. "They're hard on the equipment. I left them. I did research and found that 100 years ago, most farmers left them as protections from freezes and drought." Mr. Graham never used pesticides, r elying on beneficial insects from the nearby maritime hammock, a rare ecosystem next to the grove. "I stopped using herbicides and switched to organic fertilizer in 2007," he said. "I use no chemicals at all now." Mr. Grahams learned many lessons about citrus growing and more about life. "I have a different view of time," he said. "I understand things in terms of y ears and not minutes. If I don't get to my To Do list today, there is tomorrow. There are no deadlines. The fruit gets r ipe when it gets ripe. "M y earliest fruit are navel oranges and tangerines. They usually ripen just before Thanksgiving. They ripened early this year. They do what they do By Shelley KoppelAssociate news editor See LAWYER Page 15

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MELBOURNE In choosing his career, Bill Williams looked to his grandfather and his father. "M y grandfather came over from Germany around 1900," he said. "He didn't want to be a tailor and the uncle who brought him up was a tailor. He didn't like the restrictions of life in Germany." Mr. Williams' grandfather started a tropical fish business, eventually expanding it to landscaping. He didn't get rich, Mr. Williams said, but he was happy. "M y father wanted to be a football coach and went to Colgate, but the D epression came and he got married and never got his degree. He wound up being a stockbroker. He made a lot more money than my grandfather, but he never was very happy." Mr. Williams decided that he would follow his passions. "I n junior high, I wanted to be a marine biologist, an electrical engineer or a moviemaker," he said. "The marine biology was probably from my grandfather. The engineer was because I wanted to be a scientist and work on rockets. The moviemaking was from playing around with my parents' camera." Mr. Williams chose electrical engineering as the passion most likely to succeed. "I loved it," he said. "I love rockets and jumped in with both feet." Mr. Williams worked for General Electric and Lockheed, moving to Cape C anaveral in 1976. In 1980, he moved to Ma r tin Marietta in Orlando, working on the Pershing II missile. From there he w ent into missile guidance software development. "I t was an absolute blast," he said. "I had the good fortune to be doing things I could not have dreamed of as a kid. I can't think of a cooler job for that little kid who wanted to work on rockets. I'd have done it for free. That's how much fun it was." Mr. Williams was 32. He had achieved what he'd wanted to in that career choice. "I started thinking what's next?'" he said. "I've got a whole lot of life left." Mr. Williams began looking into another of his childhood passions. In the mid-1980s, video production equipment was getting smaller and inexpensive enough. He made a decision that the next career he was going into was video production. Mr. Williams took courses at Brevard C ommunity College and spent several y ears honing his skills. In 1988, while he was still working at Martin Marietta, he opened A Cut Above Video Productions. In 1990, he left engineering to work at his new career full-time. "A lot of people have left engineering unwillingly and been forced to think about what they wanted to do," he said. "I we nt willingly. I never lost sight of5BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG V ideographer follows passions Photo courtesy of Bob GoldbergBill Williams using a jib mounted camera, shooting an interview forBy Shelley KoppelAssociate news editor 689504 ESTATEPLANNING BOOKLETHow To:Maintain Control, A void Probate, Conflicts, Taxes Plan for Health &Financial NeedsUsing:T rusts, Powers of Attorney, Health Care Surrogates By Attorney TRUMANSCARBOROUGH239 Harrison St., Titusville, FLComplimentary Copy Phone321-267-4770 689987 Affordable Hearing Aids Affordable Hearing AidsCocoa Beach Hearing Center 267 W.Cocoa Beach Cswy. Cocoa Beach,FL 32931(Located in the White Rose Shopping Center)321-784-2668 321-784-2668W ayne SmithBoard Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist Sales and Service ~ All Makes and Models Proudly Serving Brevard County for almost 30 years!W ayne Smith 686500Kitchen &Bath Remodels Open Space Remodels Green Space Choices Roofing ServicesWe are one of the most reliable contracting services on Florida's east coast. Our objective is to provide you with the highest quality products, fair pricing, and exceptional customer service.(321) 480-4754RemodelingByJerry@gmail.comHonesty, Integrity, and Quality Workmanship SAYLORS CONSTRUCTIONFROM ROOF TO ROAD!Senior Citizen Discounts SAYLORS CONSTRUCTION 686725W ANT TO HAVE AN ESTATE SALE? DOWNSIZING?Let us handle it! We will handle your sale from beginning to end, provide organization, marketing pricing, set up, obtain permits when required, advertise and host the Estate Sale. We have no upfront fees, and no minimum sales. Our goal is to ease your burden.Dont want to have a sale? Sell it to us 1 item to entire house!WE BUY: Costume jewelry € Scrap Gold € Art € Coins € Collectibles € Antiques € Furniture & more!ESTATE SALES BY SOUTHERN TRADING CO. Call for a free consultation (321)427-6531Lic./Bonded € Chamber of Commerce Member

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6BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG CALEND AR Ongoing classesWatercolor classes with artist H elen Wheatley: at 1 p.m. Jan. 12 Ma r ch 1 at the Cocoa Beach Public Library, 550 N. Brevard Ave., Cocoa B each. This class is suitable for beginning and intermediate students. C ost is $80 for the eight-week session. Register at the sign up table and pick up a materials list. Enrollment is limited. H elen's Faces at the Oasis won best of show at the Central Brevard Art Association annual show in Ma r ch 2007. F or more information,call (321) 868-1104. F itness Classes at the Cocoa B each Library: Each of these classes are offered through May at the Cocoa Beach Library, 550 N. Br evard Ave., Cocoa Beach. F or more information,contact the library at (321) 868-1104. B asic Pilates with Judy Brinkley: Mo ndays at 10 a.m., Jan. May 21. C ost is $5 per class Pilates is a series of stretching and strengthening exercises, which integrate the whole body and mind. S he teaches a full mat class. Bring a mat and a water bottle. Participants should be in good health. G entle Hatha Yoga with Emily H ain: T uesdays at 2 p.m., Jan. 10 M ay 22. Hatha Yoga relaxes both the body and the mind. As we stretch and strengthen, yoga teaches how to find steadiness and ease in movement and in stillness. Yoga practice gently opens us to receive life's gifts and helps us to be fully present in every moment. Our strength, flexibility and balance improve, regardless of our shape, size and abilities. Practice yoga today for a healthier and happier tomorrow! No experience necessary. Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a mat. The cost is $5 per class. Y oga for Core Strength with Kim B ollinger: T uesdays, Jan. 10 May 22, 6 p.m.6:50 p.m., Cost is $5 per class. This class is designed for those with some experience with y oga or other strength bearing exercises. Build core strength, flexibility and balance while learning mental focus and inner calm. Br ing a yoga mat or a towel. G entle Evening Yoga with Kim B olinger: T uesdays, January 10 M ay 22, 7:00-7:50 PM Cost is $5.00 per class. A gentle class designed to help release tension and teach principles to reduce overall stress and promote relaxation with gentle stretches, breathing techniques and meditation. Bring a yoga mat or a towel. T' ai Chi with Dianne Douglass: W ednesdays, 9 a.m., Jan. 11May 23. Cost is $5 per class. Easy Hatha Yoga for Seniors (Chair Yoga): with Emily Hain, a certified Yoga Instructor, on Fridays at 10:30 a.m., Jan. 13 -March 30th. No experience or special equipment is necessary; chairs will be used for support. Cost is $4 per class. Learn how yoga can help keep you more healthy and active. This class is designed to warm up the body, improve your balance and maintain strength and flexibility in a relaxing and non-competitive style. Pen and Ink Drawing Techniques: at 10 a.m. noon, Thursdays, Jan. 5 26 at The Art Gallery of Viera, 2271 Towncenter Avenue S uite 101 Space 400, Viera. Du r ing this class, students will learn about an experiment with line and shading techniques in pen and ink to create the illusion of form, texture and value. U sing only a simple pen, the va ri ety of expression is endless. The class costs $75 for four w eeks. Materials list provided with r egistration and payment. F or more information contact Su san Stone at susan@jsusancole-See CALENDAR Page 13 EARN CASHI Buy Early Space Program Memorabilia From the Mercury,Gemini,Apollo,Skylab and Early Shuttle ProgramsVintage Photographs,Cloth Mission and Contractor Patches,Access Badges, Astronaut Autographs,Contractor Models,Booklets and Manuals, Items Flown in Space,Etc.Please email Don at lunarlegacies@gmail.com686712Call 321-848-3337

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Man honored for rescue w o rk MELBOURNE Dennis Tyler spent 29 years as a mechanic at the K ennedy Space Center, retiring in 2000. That was his career. His calling began in 1991, when he met his first greyhound, Clara Voyant. He to learned about the need for homes for the racing dogs when their careers we re finished, through injury or age. D ennis and his wife, Claire, became active in greyhound rescue and have placed more than 7,000 dogs up and down the East Coast. This past August, "People" magazine r ecognized Dennis Tyler as a "Hero Among Us" for his work with Greyhound Pets of America of Central F lorida, agroup the Tylers founded. It all began, he said, with Clara Voyant. "S he was the girl next door," Mr. T yler said. "Our neighbor raced and r aised greyhounds. Our two dogs, who were not greyhounds, had died and I was interested in a new dog. I saw the greyhounds and the neighbor had one that was to be retired. "I w ent to the track and met the dog, but I didn't know about adoption groups. I became interested when I learned how many are in need of adoption." F lorida is the center of greyhound r acing in the United States. "Y ears ago, there were 50 tracks in the country," Mr. Tyler said. "Now there are only 22 and 13 are in Florida. Some are year-round and some seasonal. Some tracks have 1,200 dogs." S ome of the dogs that Mr. Tyler places have finished their racing career and are four or five years old. S ome are younger. "W e get dogs of all ages," he said. "S ome are not fast enough. They start at 15-18 months and they have to7BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG By Shelley KoppelAssociate news editor See HONORED Page 14 Photo courtesy of Dennis TylerClaire and DennisTyler with two of their friends.The Tylers have placed more than 7,000 rescued greyhounds in forever homes' s ince 1991.

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Clubs Allemanders Square Dance Club: F irst, second and third S aturdays, Sept. through May, 8-10 p .m. Satellite Beach Civic Center, 565 Cassia Blvd., Satellite Beach. C ost: $5. C all (321) 956-2012. American Association of Univ ersity Women: Third Saturday, O pen to women with two-year or four-year college degrees. C all (321) 723-9355. The Beach Gardeners Club: Third Tuesday, Oct. through May, 6:30 p.m. Melbourne Beach Community Center, 509 Ocean Ave., M elbourne. C all (321) 723-4180. Bonsai Society of Brevard: Third Saturday, 1 p.m. Melbourne P ublic Library, 540 Fee Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 255-4064. Brevard Antiques and Collectors Club: F irst Fridays, 10 a.m. S untree Library, 902 Jordan Blass Dr ive, Suntree. Third Tuesdays, 1:30 p.m. Melbourne Beach Library, 324 Ocean Ave., Melbourne Beach. C all (321) 254-5831 or (321) 7771374. Brevard Democrats: Third W ednesday, 7 p.m. Agricultural C enter, 3459 Lake Drive, Cocoa. R egistration for new members at 6:30 p.m. C all (321) 795-6814 or visit www.brevarddemocrats.org Brevard Computer Users Gr oup: S econd Thursday, 6 p.m. C entral Baptist church, 2503 C ounty Club Road, Melbourne. C all (321) 652-7618 or contact president@bugclub.org. Brevard County Orchid Society: S econd Monday, 7:30 p.m. Satellite B each Civic Center, 565 Cassia Bl v d., Satellite Beach. C all (321) 777-9837. Brevard County Young Republicans Club: Third Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. Pizza Gallery, The Avenue, Viera. C ontact bcyrclub@yahoo.com. Brevard Democrats: Third W ednesday, 7 p.m. Agricultural C enter, 3459 Lake Drive, Cocoa. R egistration for new members at 6:30 p.m. C all (321) 795-6814 or visit www.brevarddemocrats.org Brevard Watercolor Society: S econd Saturday every other month, 1 p.m. Satellite Beach Civic C enter, 565 Cassia Blvd., Satellite B each. C all (321) 544-8888 or visit www.brevardwatercolors.org. Central Florida Accordion Club: Last Sunday, 1:30-4:30 p.m. Central Br evard Library, 308 Forrest Ave., C ocoa. C all (321) 799-2267. Citizens for Florida's Waterways: F ourth Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. Locations vary. C all (321) 449-0827. Democratic Executive Committee: Third Wednesday, 7 p.m. Agricultural Center, 3459 Lake Dr ive, Cocoa. Applications for new members at 6:30 p.m. C all (321) 327-7947. Embroiderers'Guild of America meeting: 9:30 a.m. third Mondays. Fr ont Street Civic Center, 2210 Fr ont St., Melbourne. C all (321) 956-8777. Horse happy hour: 4-6 p.m. Thursdays. HorseSisters and Associates, 2714 Cuyler Road, M ims. C all (321) 267-2929 or visit www.horsesisters.org. Indialantic Rotary Club: W ednesdays, 12:15 p.m. Eau Gallie Y acht Club, 100 Datura Drive, I ndian Harbour Beach. C all (321) 255-2000 or visit www.indialanticrotary.org. International Association of A dministrative Professionals: C entral Brevard Chapter. Second T uesday, 5:30 p.m. Marriott Courtyard, 3435 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa8BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG CLUBS & CLASSES See CLUBS Page 19 www.CocoaBeachChiropractic.com3000 N.Atlantic Ave. Cocoa Beach Florida321-868-2225Car Accidents Neck/Low Back Pain Numbness/Tingling Massage Therapy F amily Care W ellness Nutrition/Superfoods Sports Physicals Headaches SciaticaDr. Christa RobbenMM24617689986 686710 Free In-Home Assessment!Personal Care Available Now!AHCA #228514 / 29999291 / 229534*each office independently owned and operatedComforting Solutions for In-Home Care’(321) 268-3310 (321) 733-278724 Hour Care € Respite Care € Companionship Laundry &Linen Cleaning € Tidying Up S hopping € Incidental Transportation 686705medical directory 689922€ AFFORDABLE Pr ivate Apartments & Suites (all utilities except telephone included) Starting at $1850 € Separate,Secured Memory Care Starting at $2850 € Three Delicious Home Cooked Meals per day Plus Snacks and Beverages € Weekly Housekeeping Including Personal and Flat Laundry,Ironing € Complimentary Lunch with TourBethesda Senior CareIndependent,Assisted,Secure Memory Care2800 Fordham Rd.NE,Palm Bay,FL 32905321-723-3288License # AL-4788€ Scheduled Transportation to Shopping, Banking,Appointments,Church & Activities € 24 hour Personal Care Assistance and Medication Management € Emergency Response Systems € Resident Safety Checks and Hourly Rounds € Church on Premises 22 New Units NOW OPEN! F amily O wned & Operated

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9BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG An easy way to stay informed on the election On Jan. 31, Florida Republican voters go to the polls to say who'll get Florida's delegates to the GOP national convention in T ampa this August. While Florida Democrats won't vote in a presidential primary most observers say it's virtually certain that the Democratic national convention will nominate President Obama Florida's Jan. 31 primary election could play a major role in the outcome of the race for the Republican nomination. To help older Floridians sort out where candidates stand on issues important to voters 50+, AARP Florida is helping voters to track the candidates' positions especially on critical pocketbook issues such as protecting and strengthening Social S ecurity and Medicare. AARP is nonpartisan and does not endorse candidates for any election or contribute money to any political-action committee or campaign. AARP does work to educate its 37 million members, including 2.7 million members in Florida, on key issues. In O ctober, an AARP Florida poll showed a significant and troubling gap between where some Republican candidates stood on cuts to Social Security and M edicare and where Florida Republican voters stood. The poll showed that by huge margins at least two to one GOP voters stoutly opposed cuts to future recipients' Social S ecurity benefits, or cuts to Medicare benefits, as a way to reduce the federal deficit. F or example, Florida Republicans who identified themselves as Tea Party supporters, and who also said they had attended Tea Party events, opposed cuts to Social Security for future beneficiaries as a way to reduce the deficit by a margin of 56.1 to 37.9 percent. The same voters opposed cuts to Medicare as a way to r educe the deficit by 62.1 to 31.8 percent, almost exactly two to one. In other groups of Florida Republican voters, the margins were far more lopsided. Hispanic Republicans opposed S ocial Security cuts as a deficit-reduction measure by 84.5 percent to 13.5 percent, a crushing six-to-one margin. While Florida R epublicans overall opposed cuts to M edicare as a means of reducing the deficit by 70.4 percent to 22.2 percent, H ispanic Republicans opposed Medicare cuts 77 percent to 16.5 percent, more than a four-to-one margin. Y et much of the political buzz about the GOP primary has centered on ideas for cutting Social Security benefits for future r etirees, or reductions to Medicare reimbursements, as a way of lowering the federal government's operating deficit. AARP believes this poll shows a startling disconnect between what Washington and the candidates are thinking about S ocial Security and Medicare, and what F lorida GOP voters want them to do. The poll showed that those Florida R epublicans likely to vote in the Jan. 31 primary are overwhelmingly 50+, for whom Social Security and Medicare are very important issues. AARP Florida believes it can play an important role by helping voters learn where candidates stand on these critical issues. To make sure voters are getting accurate information, we have posted unedited video voters' guides in which several candidates explain their views on Social Secur ity and Medicare in their own words. The voters' guide can be found at www.aarp.org/youearnedit If yo u' re r egistered as a Democrat or independent, stay tuned for AARP's votereducation efforts later in the year. Our association will focus on helping voters get access to important information on state and Congressional candidates and issues in preparation for primary elections in August and general elections in No vember. J eff Johnson is interim state director of AARP Florida.By Jeff JohnsonInterim Staate Director of AARP Florida 689847 2137 North Courtenay Parkway(1/2 mile S. of 528, by Vinnies Restaurant &Budget Rent-a-car)321.305.6900Gail and Pierre, professionals with integrity. We specialize in buying gold and sterling, coins, antique and costume jewelry. We are licensed and registered by the State, and so are our scales. Do not allow yourself to be fleeced by hotel shows, pawn shops, flea market operators, estate sale predators, or garage sale vultures. Get a fair price in our secure, comfortable store (or give us a call and we will come to you at no charge). Our customer base is 77% referrals.of Merritt Island 686476I-95 Croton RoadApollo BlvdUS 1Eau Gallie Blvd Sarno RdMelbourne Intl Airport W (518)I-95 (Exit 183) Wickham Road US Highway 1

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Iam a man of many interests and hobbies. Since I was a kid I have been a serious fisherman and I have pursued that hobby all across the United States. I have fly fished for brook trout in the rushing streams of the high Rocky M ountains, trolled for salmon and walleye in the Great Lakes, trapped crawfish in the swamps of Louisiana, and caught horned pout in Maine. I have landed bonito in Southern C alifornia and scooped up grunion from the beach. I have caught cutthroat trout in Idaho and large mouth bass from the Santee C ooper in South Carolina. With a fly r od I caught small mouth, northern and white bass in the Wolf River w est of Green Bay, Wisconsin. Of course, I have caught most of the fish that swim in Florida waters both fresh and salt. I have given fishing my all. F or most of my life I have also been a car guy and have restored many classic autos. I did a 1959 Chevy pick-up, a very rare 1960 F acel Vega, one of only 200 handmade in Paris, France. I had a 1970 Me r cedes, a 1977 Lincoln Versailles, a '47 Chrysler sedan, a 1966 Plymouth Valiant, and a Bricklin gull wing sports car. I did a fabulous 1949 Chrysler Woody Convertible and many more. I loved each and every one of them. I am a lifelong sports fan and chased most of the balls when I was a young man. It was my honor to see Roberto Clemente play in Pittsburgh's venerable Forbes Field and I saw Sandy Koufax pitch in Chavez Ravine. I watched Stan M usial play a game against Willie M ays in the original Bush Stadium in St. Louis. As a young man I saw a game between the old Washington S enators and the Philadelphia A thletics in D.C. I saw Harmon K illebrew hit one out in Minneapolis, and Ernie Banks do the same in A man of many interests is never bored 10BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG LAND LINESD AN SMITH See LANDLINES Page 18 401 Florida Avenue Cocoa,FL 32922 …………………………………321-631-8080Allaboutyoutravelunlimited.com401 Florida Avenue Cocoa,FL 32922 …………………………………321-631-8080Allaboutyoutravelunlimited.com689505 #ST36424 ESCORTEDDAYTRIPSA T ASTE OF IT AL Y February 18th$63 per personWith the Singing Chef, Andy LoRusso. Enjoy a day of Italian activities with lunch included and orchestra level seating for the show. Deadline to sign up is January 2nd.BILL Y ELLIOT THE MUSICAL February 26th$118per personThis is a musical story of a boy following his dreams to become a dancer. Both an inspiring and inviting story penned by Lee Holland. Has music that is both heartfelt and majestic as scored by Elton John. Limited seats left.STRA WBERR Y FESTIV AL March 9th$65per personJoin us this year and lets go back in time and enjoy the music of the Coasters, Drifters, and The Platters! Trip includes roundtrip motorcoach, gate admission and lower level seating. For the best seats, sign up by January 1st.THE HOL Y LAND EXPERIENCE April 4th$75per personEnjoy a day at the Holy Land Experience with lunch at Golden Corral. Trip includes round trip motorcoach, gate admission and lunch. Deadline to sign up is February 25th. 689995 Robin Brandimore Egoscue Certified, Postural Alignment Specialist Call Robin at 321-969-4131 www.straightenupwithrobin.comCall Today for a FREEPostural EvaluationIs PainKeeping You FromDoing What You Love? Sometimes our muscle patterns get off-track. Ill teach you gentle exercises and stretches that will restore function and get rid of pain.€ Back Pain € Knee Pain € Hip Pain € Loss of Balance € Organ Prolapse € Rotator Cuff Pain € Plantar Fasciitis € Degenerative/Herniated Disc 689871 1415 Garden St. € Titusville(corner of Park &Garden)Open:MondaySaturday383-2590 Get an Extra 10%More with this couponY our place for an Honest PriceGive us a try today!We pay Top Dollar for your Gold, Silver &Platinum We pay Top Dollar for your Gold, Silver &Platinum*Except Coins 686880

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11January 2012FOREVER YOU NG Document your sources in genealogy Yo u' ve been researching your family and entering names, dates and other pieces of the puzzle, but have you noted where you obtained this information? Will y ou remember where you found it, next month, next year, or 10 y ears from now? The answer is a guaranteed "No." So, starting today, document everything before you get too far down the r oad and have to backtrack. This will help your research tremendously in the future, when you need to find that elusive bit of information that will help you climb the inevitable brick wall. It also gives other researchers confidence in your work. When I first started researching, I excitedly took down every fact I found. Of course it was correct, it was right there on the official document, in the book at the library, or Grandmother told me. Fortunately, I did get copies of most of the official documents, or can remember where the tombstone is, but I didn't actually document it in my database. There are still many facts in my database that are not documented properly. It is still one of my major downfalls, getting caught up in the story and not wanting to take the time to document. S ending your genealogy out into the world without citing y our sources is sending it out with no validation. Almost invariably, when I find some exciting new fact about my ancestor, there is no source given. This leaves me totally in the dark. Exactly where did this date, spouse name, etc., come from? Someone must have known, but chances are, the person that put the information on the Internet, or in the book, just copied it from someone else, who also copied it from someone. As far as I know, it could have, and might as well be, just made up to suit the purpose. Each fact recorded for your ancestor should be documented with the exact location from where it was obtained. A source, r egardless of how informal, is where we obtained the information. It may have come from a probate record, family Bible, census record, or from Grandma B essy. Everything needed for another researcher to find this source, should be included. This leaves a trail for you, as well as others who want to follow your line of descent. Tr aditionally, sources have been classified as primary and secondary. A primary record is one created close to the event, such a birth or marriage record or by a person reasonably knowledgeable about the event. A secondary record is one that was created sometime later. The secondary source is not viewed as being as accurate as a primary source, since time and distance often dims memories and distorts the facts. So a secondary source should always be backed up with as many other sources as possible, including a primary one when available. All that said, there are no sources that are guaranteed as being correct. Death certificates often contain wrong information, with the informant not knowing the deceased birth date or parent's names. Tombstones also frequently contain incorrect information. A relative in our family is actually buried under the wrong name. This makes a strong case for thoroughly r esearching each person and finding as many sources as youSee GENEALOGY Page 13 GENEALOGYB RENDA K. SMITH 689503 BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWS

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12BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG A champagne and cinnamon toast New Year! AN ew Year! A new calendar! All the doctor's appointments have been crossed off birthdays celebrated holidays enjoyed Time to do it all ov er again!There was a time in my life that I thought New Year's Eve was the mother of all adult parties. Celebrating with friends, wearing spandex and heels and feeling like I had a terrible flu the next day were the norm. U ntil motherhood descended. When my fledglings were still in the nest and snuggled in by 9 p.m. I was the Waker. I woke them all to come sit with me and watch the ball drop, and was usually rewarded with daughter No 1 moaning, "That's nice Mom can we go back to bed now?" And mumbled grumblings from daughters No 2 through four concerning the sanity of waking someone up in the middle of the night to watch TV when the waker informs them daily that they watch too much TV. As they will years and life events fly past in a blur of school plays, r eport cards, (theirs) job transfers and the gaining of a few pounds (Mine). No w I'm the Wakee. "Mom! You said y ou would come and celebrate with us! The ball is going to drop in five minutes and we are making raisin toast, do you want yours with cream cheese?" When I asked this enthusiastic 12-year-old why we were celebrating with raisin toast, the answer made perfect sense. "Partiers sip champagne to celebrate, champagne is made from grapes, and grapes turn into raisins!" This champagne cousin makes a wonderful toast, literally. Especially if enjoyed snuggled on the couch with loved ones and hot tea served in the good china. Mo re life changing events for my offspring graduations, coming of age, starting college, two of them living on their own more poundage added to my hips and I have become both the Waker and the W akee. This provided me with the opportunity to to question the mental stability of the Wakers. I answered the giggly midnight call with, "What the heck are you doing out on the worst night of the year?! You're not drinking, are you? Do you really think calling the one person who worries about y ou with each breath is the most mentally balanced thing to do? Yes, I love you, and I thank you from the bottom my heart for thinking about y our mother and raisin bread when y ou could be kissing someone. Can I go back to bed now?" The tears that flowed when the doorbell rang and my offspring walked in toting loaves of raisin bread and cream cheese while I was still holding the phone dried quickly as we woke their siblings to join us. Only now it was child No. 5 who was declaring the loss of mental cognizance by the three of us. To this day he still allows he had to eat six pieces of toast because he feared for his health should he refuse. The rest of us allow we feared for his health should he eat the seventh. A word to the wise: Chasing-a-caffeine-and-raisin-filled 6-year-old around the couch to rip a smashed piece of toast from his hand is best not done in a nylon gown and bunny slippers, while laughing hysterically. 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13BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG stone.com or (401) 596-4266. Classes and Events at the South M ainland Library: Each class is held at the South M ainland Library, 7921 Ron Beatty B oulevard, Barefoot Bay. F or more information,call (772) 664-4066. M emoir Writers: from 2 p.m. 4 p .m. Jan. 1 and 20. F amily Histories:Genealogy with P atti Kirk: 1 p.m. 3 p.m. Jan 13 and 27. F lamenco Guitarist and "Fishin Mu sician Shawn"Foster: 2 p.m. 4 p .m. Jan 12. AARP Senoir Safe Driving: N oon 6 p.m. Jan 17. W ellness Group:Why can I hear but not understand?: No on 2 p.m. J an. 19. B ook club:The Greater Journey: Americans in Paris by David Mc C ullough: 3 p.m. Jan. 19 Chasing Bones"with archaeologist and author Dr.Rachel R. W entz: 2 p.m. 4 p.m. Jan. 24. U niversity of Florida's Master Ga r dner's clinic: No on 2 p.m. Jan. 25. Art classes with Gloria: 2 p.m. 4 p .m. Mondays. Cost is $7 per class. T ai-Chi: N oon 1 p.m. Tuesdays. C ost is $5 per class (no class on the third or fifth Tuesday). G entle Yoga with Judy: 6:30 p.m. T uesdays. Cost is $5 per class. T ai Chi: No on 1 p.m. Thursdays (no class on third Thursday). Q uilters: 6 p.m. 8 p.m. Thursdays. G entle Yoga with Judy: 9 a.m. Fr idays, Cost is $5 per class. W ednesday, Jan. 11Friends of the Library travel F ilm Series:Switzerland: 6 p.m. on W ednesday, Jan 11 at the Cocoa B each Public Library, 550 N. Breva rd Av e ., Cocoa Beach. The film features Zurich, the principality of Liechtenstein, L ugano and Locarno. Zermatt and the Matterhorn will be one of the highlights. Visit Lake Geneva and Chillon Castle, Montreux and Vevey, the Swiss Capital of Berne, Jungfrau and other mountains in the Be rn ese highlands and Lucerne, a favorite tourist destination. F or more information,call (321) 868-1104.Saturday, Jan. 14Eau Gallie Civic Center Open H ouse and Rummage Sale: 8 a.m. 2 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 14 at 1551 H ighland Ave, Melbourne. The event is free to attend with snacks, drinks and to watch demonstration from instructors and classes as well as an opportunity to learn more about the Civic C enter. P lease call (321) 255-4608,for more informationW ednesday, Jan. 18Master Surf Fishing Clinic: at 9CalendarFrom page 6 See CALENDAR Page 17 can. The more sources you find, the closer you can come to deciding which is the correct data. W ith the tremendous amount of information being put on the web, you must always remember that it is all suspect until you have personally verified that it is correct. Never download someone else's information into your work until you document it and are satisfied that the preponderance of evidence shows that this data belongs to your family. Trying to sort out unrelated individuals, much less whole family groups, from your database, is a nightmare. Br enda Knight Smith Tr easure Coast Genealogical Society Br endaKSmith@Prodigy.netGenealogyF rom page 11 689517 Buy Two, Get OneFREEAny Item € Of Equal or Lesser ValueBuy Two, Get OneFREE Not available with any other discounts or offers. € Expires 1/31/12 3814 Murrell &Barnes Blvd Publix PlazaROCKLEDGE638-8712855 PalmBay Rd. In Front of Wal-MartW. MELBOURNE726-0909Available only at these GNClocations: WE BEAT ALL PRICES! WE BEAT ALL PRICES!We Be at Physical Addictions Prices Everyday 686927

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14BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG my father and grandfather. I was 40 y ears old when I jumped ship. I said that if don't do it now, if I wait until I'm 50, I won't have the guts to do it." In his first year, Mr. Williams lost $29,000. "I w ent undaunted and mortgaged my house," he said. "I did what it took to do a major business expansion to get into the broadcast world. That led me to be very competitive at a high level in this community." Mr. Williams said that all of his decisions were not correct, but his decision to follow his heart was. "I haven't regretted it," he said. "I'd be a lot wealthier if I'd stayed in aerospace but I wouldn't be happier. I didn't want to have any regrets and I don't. Pursue y our passion. It has not let me down." B ill Williams and A Cut Above Video Pr oductions can be reached at (321) 2535677.VideographerFrom page 5 make it by two. If they're injured, they're retired. Once they are no longer competitive, they're finished." There are usually about 800-900 dogs available for adoption at any one time. Mr. Tyler's kennels are at M elbourne Greyhound Park and his group is the track's adoption agency. Mr. Tyler said that there are a lot of misconceptions about the dogs. They're a misunderstood breed," he said. "They're 45-mile-per-hour couch potatoes. They're almost catlike. They're affectionate and they lean on you. They're pretty laid back. M ost are outgoing, and they're quiet and clean. If they go out in a rainstorm, when they come in, they don't smell like dog. Some allergic people can tolerate them." Mr. Tyler is serious about the dogs in his care. "W e do a home visit," he said. "We ask if it's really worthy of one of our dogs. We want to know if it's a good situation and if they understand about greyhounds. They can't be left off-leash. If they see something they want, they go. "W e will adopt to people with children, and we weigh each case individually. We don't recommend them for infants. Males tolerate kids better; like us, they leave the room if the kids bother them." A doption costs $220, but that includes spaying or neutering, a special collar and lead designed for the greyhound's small neck and head, and identification collar, six months of heartworm medicine, a book on greyhounds and a crate on loan for the first week, to acclimate the dog to the house. T wo weeks ago, the Tylers drove up the east coast to Buffalo, N.Y., delivering dogs for adoption to groups along the way. They made the trip in 23 hours, driving straight through. They bought a hauler years ago when they didn't like the way a commercial mover treated the animals. While Mr. Tyler is the public face of greyhound rescues, his wife, Claire, plays as important a role. "S he doesn't get the recognition," he said. "She's the treasurer. She's r aised a lot of money through online auctions and events like our "Woofstock,' a get-together with games. It's a big fundraiser. She is very supportive, thank God. She has to drive when I'm asleep." Mr. Tyler said that while racing is less popular, he still worries about the dogs that remain. "I t' s getting harder for us to do," he said. "We're both 65. A lot of the people involved are older. There aren't younger people stepping up to the plate." Tw enty years ago, Dennis and Claire Tyler did just that. F or more information about greyhound adoptions or upcoming fundraising events,visit the website www.floridagreyhounds.com or call Mr.Tyler at (321) 242-9010.Donations are welcome,as the costs of food and veterinary care are high.HonoredFrom page 7 321-725-3990251 Florida Ave. € Melbourne www.MelbourneTerraceRehab.com689516Inpatient & Outpatient Rehabilitation Services Maximize Physical Wellness € Promote Independence &Healing Enhance Personal DignityExperience The Latest Rehabilitation Technology € Individualized Programs € Smartcard T echnology € Records Progress € Reduces Stress on Joints &Connective T issues € Individualized Programs € Smartcard T echnology € Records Progress € Reduces Stress on Joints &Connective T issues € Individualized Programs € Smartcard T echnology € Records Progress € Reduces Stress on Joints &Connective T issues 689921 Dr. Aslam, MDCardiovascular Specialist Board CertifiedDr. Aslam, MDCardiovascular Specialist Board Certified1091 Port Malabar Blvd, NE ,Suite 4 € Palm Bay, FL 32905321-473-8991 € Fax:321-473-89921091 Port Malabar Blvd, NE ,Suite 4 € Palm Bay, FL 32905321-473-8991 € Fax:321-473-8992Heart Care Heart CareWe treat our patients like family.NEWPATIENTS WELCOME!Privileges with Palm Bay, Holmes, Viera, & Wuesthoff HospitalsWe Accept All Insurances Hours: Mon Fri 8 am -5 pm On Call 24/7 We Accept All Insurances Hours: Mon Fri 8 am -5 pm On Call 24/7 Port Malabar Blvd NEMarket CircleKnecht Rd.S. Babcock St. US1 507

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15BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG when they do it. You need to adapt to the rhythms of the world." Mr. Graham sells his fruit at a roadside stand. There isn't a lot of traffic passing by. "M y neighbors buy it," he said. "People come from Volusia County. They'll drive for organic fruit. I go out every day and put fresh fruit out and take the money from the box. I say drive up, peel the fruit, and eat it. If you like it, put money in the box.'" These days, Mr. Graham cares for his mother and raises citrus. Another son, Jeff Thompson, director of the Merritt I sland Public Library, is making a documentary about Mr. Graham's new life. It's a big change from his previous existence. Lawyers are control freaks," he said. "I was a trial lawyer for 34 years. Now I go with what works and don't try to force it. It's a complete change in the way I live my life. "I 'm not in competition with anybody. When I retired, I left my computer in the office. The U.S. Mail works fine for me. I try to fit in with the environment and it's worked out w ell. I think I'll have a long and fulfilling retirement." A ndrew Graham's fruit stand is located at 6625 Dixie Way in Mims,one mile east of U.S.1.It is always open and is on the honor system.LawyerFrom page 4 Photo courtesy of Joyce WildenAndy Graham, who retired from a career as a trial lawyer to become a citrus grower, helps his mother, Pauline down the stairs as she goes to the adult day center for persons with Alzheimer's. Son, Jeff Thommpson, who is making a documentary about the groves and his family, films in the background. We Buy:W edding bands, necklaces, bracelets, chains, school rings, charms, silver belt buckles, broken jewelry, earrings, tea sets & si lverware!We BuyTheGold minEB uying Gold, Silver & Platinum Jewelry, Coins, D ental Gold & Scrap State Licensed Certified Scales5030 MintonRoad NW, Suite B, Palm Bay, FL(Between the Shell Station & Sav-More Autos)1663 Georgia Street, Suite 100, Palm Bay, FL(Next to Twisty Cone)321-914-7105 321-914-7105 GET 10% MORECASHwith this coupon! Coupon expires 1/31/12 W ANTED:EARN EXTRA CASH TODAY!HOST A GOLD PARTYƒ WE COME TO YOU! CALL NOW:321-914-7105GET 10% MORECASHwith this coupon!OLD € BROKEN MISSING STONESBRING IT IN!WE BUY ROLEX WA TCHES689919

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MELBOURNE Jeff Thompson is Floridian born and bred. A native of Melbourne, he attended S atellite High school, the University of Central Florida and Florida S tate, where he obtained a master's degree in library science. He has served as director of the Merr itt Island Public Library since 2005. B eing a librarian is Mr. Thomson's career, but filmmaking is his passion. He is completing a documentary, "Florida Suite," set to Fr ederick Delius' music of the same name. "M y father retired as an attorney in 1990," he said. "He bought an orange grove in Scottsmoor at the northern end of the county. He built a high-tech log cabin in the middle of the grove and he r aises citrus without pesticides. "H e' s also taking care of his mother, who has Alzheimer's. It's a wonderful place for her, safe and beautiful." Mr. Thompson was as captiv ated by the environment as his father. He wanted to tell the story in film. "A t the core, my father has found this amazing, balanced life that's beautiful but not easy," he said. "I found it comforting. I wanted something that spoke to a soul without being too specific. "A person can watch it and put themselves into it. It's something that we need to see, people living lives differently to most of us. It's personal and universal." F or the soundtrack, Mr. Thompson found the perfect work. "I heard Delius' Florida Suite and fell in love with it," he said. "A few years ago, I went to see the Br evard Symphony Orchestra and heard the music from The Louisiana Story.' I saw how I could make Florida Suite' by telling a story with minimal dialogue about nature, with beautiful music." Mr. Thompson began planning his film in 2009, but work intervened and it was not until early 2011 that he was able to begin filming. While the grove and his family form the backdrop, it is not only about those elements. "I t' s not specifically a day," he said. "The film is similar to a music video. Each movement of D elius' suite is played in its entirety and is the heart of the film, which is a challenge. It's a metaphorical day, beginning at16BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG F ilmmaker celebrates family, FloridaSee FILMMAKER Page 17 Photo courtesy of Joyce WildenAndy Graham works in his citrus grove while son Jeff Thompson, a filmmaker and director of the Merritt Island Public Library, works on a documentary about the groves set to the music of Frederick Delius' "Florida Suite."By Shelley KoppelAssociate news editor Located in a serene, park-like setting, Westminster Asbury has a lot to offer. It is close to pristine ocean beaches as well as shopping, medical services, churches and Brevard Community College. Westminster Asbury has been providing affordable housing for seniors since 1 970. Carefree Living Nearly Free!!! W estminster Asbury010307R esidents 62 Years of Age &Up. Call for an Appointment and a Free Tour Today! (321) 632-4943 € 1-800-545-1833 x922 (TDD/TTY Only)1430 Dixon Blvd., Cocoa, FL 32922Y E S N O€ Activity and Meal Program € Service Coordinator on Staff € 14 Passenger Bus for Outings € All Newly Remodeled Apartments € Around the Clock Courtesy Officers € Hud Subsized Rent Determined by I ncome € Privately Owned and Professionally M anaged € Denominational and Non-Denomination Church Services € Library € Laundry € Pet Friendly € Beauty Salon € Computer Lab € Smoke Free Campus € Immediate Availability € Assigned Free Parking € Courtesy Call System € Fire Sprinklers € Lawn To Mow € Real Estate Taxes € MaintenanceWorries Y E SC ome See Your New HomeToday! Pa rt of the Westminster "Communities of Florida Family"

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17BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG dawn and ending at nightfall." The role of Frederick Delius in F lorida history brings out the r esearch librarian in Mr. Thompson. The composer was born in Germany in 1862. "H is father wanted him to be a wool manufacturer," Mr. Thompson said. "He wanted to make music, but his parents refused to send him to school in Leipzig. Many of the English were coming to Florida in the late 1800s to get into citrus and he came as a way of placating his father." Mr. Delius worked on an orange grove near Jacksonville and was intrigued by the songs the AfricanAmerican workers sang. "H e fell in love with Florida," Mr. Thompson said. "He learned composition from a local church organist. His parents were so impressed that they sent him to Leipzig to study music. There he composed the Florida Suite.' It was his first significant work and is dedicated to the people of Florida." Mr. Thompson has several goals for his film. "I hope it's something people like and that it brings the story of Delius back," he said. "His career is essentially traceable back to his experience in Florida. He dedicated the piece to the people of Florida, yet it is still largely unknown. I hope to change that." Another goal is corporate sponsorship of a new recording on "Florida Suite." The timing is perfect, as 2012 is the 150th anniversary of D elius' birth. "I 'd love to have the Space Coast S ymphony Orchestra record it so that it is a local product," he said. "I think that would be wonderful." F or more information about "F lorida Suite' contact Jeff Thompson at (321) 426-5832. a.m. 1 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 18 at the Pelican Beach Clubhouse, 1495 H ighway A1A, Satellite Beach. This clinic is for the experienced surf anglers wanting to improve their cast techniques or beginners who dream about experiencing the fun of surf fishing. All attendees r eceive a surf fishing tackle package and a Brevard surf-fishing map. The class costs $50. F or more information and to r egister,Contact Capt.Rodney Smith at (321) 750-3374. Fr iends of the Library Travel F ilm Series:Kenya: 6 p.m. Jan. 18, at the Cocoa Beach Public Library, 550 N. Brevard Ave., Cocoa Beach. An unforgettable, captivating video safari of Kenya's spectacular wildlife, dramatic landscapes and un-crowded beaches, National Pa rk s, classic safari scenes and marine life, exhilarating activities, safari lodges and beach resorts. F or more information,call (321) 868-1104.Saturday, Jan. 21Storm Riders A surf film: at 7 p .m. Saturday, Jan. 21 at the Cocoa B each Public Library, 550 N. Breva rd Av e ., Cocoa Beach. C ome on the ride of your life with Storm Riders. Experience the excitement, the terror, the sheer force of the ocean as Storm Riders travel to five continents to discover the exotic jungles of Hawaii, Sumatra, Java and Bali; brave the treacherous coastline of Africa and the blistering desert outback of the Great Austrailian Bight. R efreshments will be served. F or more information,call (321) 868-1104.W ednesday, Jan. 25Diabetes 411 with Diane Said: at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 25 in theCalendarFrom page 13FilmmakerF rom page 16 See CALENDAR, 20 689862W elcome Home to Paradise!! W elcome Home to Paradise!!Resort Style Living at Brevard Countys Premiere Active Adult CommunityLamplighter Village Lamplighter Village Lamplighter Village Lamplighter Village Lamplighter VillageCall Today for a tour of Our 5 Star Community!! (321) 254-0303500 Lantern Blvd. Melbourne,FL 32934 www.lamplightervillage.comOpen 7 Days AWeekCall Today for a tour of Our 5 Star Community!! (321) 254-0303500 Lantern Blvd. Melbourne,FL 32934 www.lamplightervillage.comOpen 7 Days AWeekCall Today for a tour of Our 5 Star Community!! (321) 254-0303500 Lantern Blvd. Melbourne,FL 32934 www.lamplightervillage.comOpen 7 Days AWeekCall Today for a tour of Our 5 Star Community!! (321) 254-0303500 Lantern Blvd. Melbourne,FL 32934 www.lamplightervillage.comOpen 7 Days AWeekNew Homes Starting at just$69,900!New Homes Starting at just$69,900!New Homes Starting at just$69,900!New Homes Starting at just$69,900! 2 MonthsFREELot LeaseWith Purchase of a New Cal-Am HomeExpires 1/31/12ANAGEQUALIFIEDCOMMUNITY

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18BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG little clan, and more than a couple of additional pounds was for me one of the more memorable ones. Due to certain changes" involving Power Su r ges, sleepless nights and Empty N est Syndrome I went full circle and am once again the Waker and once again the subject of my mental stability came up in the conversation. B eginning with daughter No. 1 and working my way down I struck gold on my third telephone try. My "H appy New Year!!" was met with, "Mom! I totally understand you are having problems sleeping and y our thermostat is on the fritz, but menopause is not supposed to make me miserable for 10 more years! And then it's supposed to be mine!" I not so gently reminded her that when she was under the influence of morphine following surgery, she had called me 14 times in six hours complaining the fish in the bathroom we re making to much noise. Sipping tea and chewing toast is almost as good via the modern technology of cell phones as it is in person. I can't think of another person for whom the bumper sticker "Please be patient God's not done with me ye t" is more appropriate than me, I have been perpetually unfinished for many decades. Evolving and re volving around those that I love and whatever the world hands me is a full-time job for me and I'm thoroughly enjoying every moment. S ometimes it is to the consternation of those who take life more seriously than I do. This year I'm resolving to not r esolve. I am replacing resolves with wishes. I wish my bathroom scale would take a backward slide. I wish my tongue would freeze in place at certain times. I wish I could remember to buy books on disks so I could "r ead" them on the way to work B ut most of all I wish you raisin toast, hot tea and hearts full of enough love to enjoy them.Y earFrom page 12 Wr igley Field. Always a football fan, I once watched a game between the Houston Oilers and Boston Patriots before each changed their names. In Chicago's S oldier Field I watched the great W alter Payton score many times and in Tampa I saw the Bucs in their championship season. Once I even saw the legendary El Cordobes fight a bull in Barcelona Spain. I am a pretty fair amateur historian and some consider me to be an authority on beach racing. From time to time I am called on to speak publicly about some of my hobbies. S omehow, with all of that going on, I found time to run a construction business for 26 years and help Lana, my wife of nearly 38 years, raise two great children. WO W! I have really been busy. As most of you have guessed, these days my most rewarding hobby is what I am doing right now writing. S ince I was in fifth grade I have been told that I have the ability to spin a pretty good tale on paper. I used that talent to cruise through the English classes while in school, so if some of y ou detect flaws in my composition it is a result of my youthful laziness. In my life I have emptied hundreds of ballpoints and covered reams of paper with words that no one will ever read. That's OK, for I do it mostly for myself. S ince I have been writing for this newspaper I have met many of you who have been kind enough to tell me that you enjoy what I do. That, to me, is priceless. Hopefully, some of you have discovered through my simple style just how easy it is to write and will consider trying it for yourself. Wr iting is good for your psyche. It is a r elease that can cleanse the mind and perhaps even the soul. Everyone has a story to tell. Maybe it is your own life story or maybe the accomplishments of your grandchildren. Your subject need not be interesting to the masses. Do it for yourself. I am certain many of y ou have thought about it. You mayLandlinesFrom page 10 See LANDLINES Page 19 689391

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19BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG have even said to yourself, "I bet I could do what that Dan guy does." You know what? You are right. T ake a close look at my columns. N othing complicated, right? I try to write as though I am talking with a friend. I work hard to keep out pretentious words that I would not use in everyday conversation. It seems to work. You need not have a huge vocabulary and if you do you certainly shouldn't hit people over the head with it. Words that are inserted to show off your language skills tend to re mind your reader that someone is writing at them; not talking to them. As I said before, I write for myself. I am very fortunate to have my musings published, but if that ended tomorrow I would continue to write. I just like doing it. I encourage you to find something you enjoy doing and do the hell out of it. Who knows you may even find someone who will allow you to do it professionally. Thank you, H ometown News.LandlinesFrom page 18 B each. C all (321) 698-3635 or visit www.iaapcentralbrevard.homestead.com. Island Garden Club: S econd W ednesday, Noon. Melbourne B each Community Center, 507 O cean Ave., Melbourne Beach. L unch will be served. C all (321) 726-0800 or contact beth@bethglover.com. Italian Language Club: Thursdays. 6 p.m. Community Room, M elbourne Square Mall, Melbourne. Beginner's-to-advance class offered. C all (321)724-8599. Jewish War Veterans: P ost 639. S econd Sunday, September to J une, 9:30 a.m. Joe's Club, 4676 N. W ickham Road, Melbourne. Call (321) 433-3025. Kiwanis Club of Titusville: Tu esdays, noon. Whistle Junction R estaurant, 3125 Columbia Blvd., T itusville. C all (321) 385-1251. KSC Barracuda SCUBA Dive Club: Third Thursday, 6:30 p.m. M erritt Island Public Library, 1195 N. Courtenay Parkway. Visitors are w elcome. C all (321) 452-2003. Laureate Epsilon Iota: Chapter of Beta Sigma Sorority. Second M onday, 7:30 p.m. C all (321) 7232250 for location. Laureate Alpha Nu: 1 p.m. F ourth Tuesday. Members' homes. C all (321) 724-9464. Laureate Zeta Sigma: S econd and fourth Monday, 7:30 p.m. S eptember through May at various locations. C all (321) 676-7949. Moonlight Quilters Guild: F ourth Tuesday, 6:15 p.m. T itusville Public Library, 2121 S. H opkins Ave., Titusville. C all (321) 567-5424. National Association of Active and Retired Federal Employees: Chapter 609. Fourth Thursday, 11 a.m. Piccadilly Cafeteria, 1701 W. N ew Haven Ave., West Melbourne. C all (321) 242-8525. NAACP of Central Brevard: S econd Saturday, 4 p.m. Greater S t. Paul Baptist Church, 214 Stone S t., Room No. 3, Cocoa. C all (321) 631-7165 or (321) 632-5547. North Brevard Retirees Club: M ondays and Wednesdays, 9 a.m. S andrift Community Center, 585 N. Singleton Ave., Titusville. C all (321) 264-5037. Women In NAACP: Third M onday, 6:30 p.m. Greater St. Paul B aptist Church, 214 Stone St., R oom No. 3, Cocoa. C all (321) 6329852. Overeaters Anonymous: Thursdays 7:30 p.m., River Palms M obile Home Park, 200 S. Banana River Drive, Merritt Island. C all (321) 784-5370. Overeaters Anonymous: S aturdays, 9:15 a.m. Port St. John Library, 6500 Carole Ave., Port St. J ohn. C all (321) 266-1910. Palm Bay Happy Lions: F irst and Third Tuesdays, 8 a.m. Dottie's R estaurant, 5275 Babcock St. N.E., P alm Bay. C all (321) 674-0587.ClubsFrom page 8 See CLUBS, 21 CIGARETTEDEPOT2595 W. NEWHAVEN WESTMELBOURNE, FL32904 440 W. MERRITT ISLANDCSWY MERRITTISLAND, FL32953 689515 No Chemical AdditivesIncluding:Marlboro, Lights, Camel, Winston, Kool, Newport, Salem and all others!

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20BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG Ja ne Von Thron Room at the Cocoa B each Public Library, 550 N. Breva rd Av e ., Cocoa Beach. F or more information,call (321) 868-1104.F riday, Jan. 27Celebratory Roast for Sheriff J ack Parker: at 6 p.m. Friday, Jan. 27 at the Eau Gallie Yacht Club, 100 D atura Drive, Indian Harbour B each. The event begins with a cocktail r eception at 6 p.m. followed by a 6:30 p.m. dinner, followed by the program. D inner includes choice of Prime Rib or Grilled Mahi Mahi (vegetarian on request) along with salad, starch, vegetable and dessert. Cost is $60 per person. Pr oceeds will benefit the League of Women Voters of the Space Coast F or reservations and entree selection,please contact Doreen Archer at 321-622-4071 by January 22, 2012.Checks should be made payable to LWVSC and mailed to B rigitte Sinton,6629 Canal Road, M elbourne Village,FL 32904.Sunday, Jan. 29M usic on a Sunday Afternoon: at 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 29 at the Cocoa B each Public Library, 550 N. Breva rd Av e ., Cocoa Beach. This week will feature Sunnyland S teve, a versatile guitarist and comedian will give a musical history of the amazing world of country blues and of the artists who developed this little known art form. F or more information,call (321) 868-1104. -If you would like your event featured in Forever Young,please email your events to Fo re verYoungBR@Hometownnewsol.com.CalendarF rom page 17 To submit items for Forever Young email the information to foreveryoungBR@ hometownnewsol.com or fax it to (321) 242-1281. Please include a contact name and daytime phone number. Send us your stuff 010512 Hearing Instruments &Care for Ever y Budget Call Now!321-722-2894 www.aadvancedhearingcare.com Used Hearing Aids Bought &Sold$15+upR.D.DanŽTaylorAudioprosthologist, Owner ACA, BC/HIS, COHCHelping folks to connect with the sounds of life and living for over 20 years from the heart of Historic Downtown Melbourne € 720 E. New Haven Ave.A-Ad v anced Hearing Care CLEARhearing aids by Widex. € Natural sound quality € Listening comfort in quiet and in noise € ZEN program for relaxation and tinnitus management € Ultimate in stopping hearing aid whistling € Open Fit models to avoid a plugged up feeling and enjoy the natural sound of your own voice. € Listen to your TV, stereo, MP3 player and cell phone through your hearing aids.*Normal Fitting Fees € Molds ExtraCLEARLY AFFORDABLE.AHighDefinitionHearingSystemandSoVeryMuchMore! A Few of your Favorite Things.... for Less! 686776 € Golf € Getaways € Dining € Boating ....and More50%G ift CertificatesOnly online at www.hometownnewsol.com

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21BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG Pilot Club of Titusville: F irst and Third Wednesdays, Noon. LaCita C ountry Club, 777 Country Club Drive, Titusville. C all (321) 264-7426. Prime Time: 11:30 a.m. first Mondays. Social Hall, Temple Israel, 7350 Lake Andrew Drive, Viera. C all (321) 254-5143. Republican Women's Network of South Brevard: Third Thursday, Eau G allie Yacht Club, 100 Datura Drive, Indian Harbor Beach. C all (321) 7284424. Satellite Beach Lions Club: 6:45 p.m. First and third Tuesdays. The Enigma, 1550 Highway A1A, Satellite Beach. C all (321) 452-0376. Rolling Thunder Florida One: 3 p.m. fourth Sundays. Veterans Memorial Center, 400 S. Sykes Creek Parkway, Merritt Island. C all (321) 327-8453. Scribblers of Brevard: S econd and fourth Saturday, 9:30 a.m. Eau G allie Public Library, 1521 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 2551984. Senior Talkers: 11:30 a.m. third Mondays. Social Hall, Temple Isreal, 7350 Lake Adrew Drive, Viera. C all (321) 254-5143. Seabee Veterans of America: Third Saturday, 11 a.m. Don's Famous H oagies, 784 S. Apollo Blvd., Melbourne. C all (321) 725-0900. Social Singles: S econd and Fourth Thursdays, 7 p.m. Viera Elks Lodge, 5820 South U.S. 1, Rockledge. C all (321) 610-4382. Space Coast Inventors Guild: F ourth Saturday, 2-4:45 p.m., except D ecember. Eau Gallie Public Library, 1521 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 768-1234. Space Coast Peggers: Local cribbage club. Mondays, 6 p.m. Merritt I sland Towers, 300 S. Sykes Creek, Merritt Island. C all (321) 459-9379. Space Coast Table Tennis: M onday, 7:30 p.m. and Wednesday, 7 p.m. V eteran's Memorial Center, 400 S. Sykes Creek Parkway, Merritt Island. C ell (321) 784-2152. Senior Talkers: 11:30 a.m. third Mondays. Social Hall, Temple Israel, 7350 Lake Andrew Drive, Viera. C all (321) 254-5143. Space Coast Weavers and Fiber Artists: Third Saturday, 9 a.m. Merritt I sland Library, 1195 N. Courtenay Parkway, Merritt Island. C all (321) 4591265. Strawbridge Art League: Third Wednesday, 7 p.m. Henegar Center for the Arts, 625 E. Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne. Visit www.strawbridgeartleague.org. Take Off Pounds Sensibly: Fr idays, 9 a.m. weigh-in, 10 a.m. meeting. F irst Baptist Church, 303 Main St., Titusville. C all (321) 269-3037. Titusville Coffee Party: Third Saturdays, 12:30 a.m. Caffe Chocolat, 304 S. Washington Ave., Titusville. Visit www.coffeepartyusa.com. U.S.Air Force Security Forcee Association: S econd Thursdays. 11:30 a.m. The Tides Collocated Club, Highway A1A, Patrick AFB. C all (321) 243-8919. Florida Writer's Association: Third Wednesday, 7 p.m. West Melbourne Library, 2755 Wingate Blvd., West Melbourne. C all (321) 455-2986. -To include an organization in Clubs and Classes,send e-mail to Fo re verYoungBR@HometownNewsOL.com. D eadline for submissions is J an.15.ClubsF rom page 19 688990 321-729-14005205 Babcock Street NE, Ste 3 at PortMalabar Blvd. Palm Bay, FL 32905Monday-Friday 2 pm-7 pmComprehensive Health Care Board Certified Internal MedicineComplete Family CareFLUSHOTS$1650 MelBayHealthCare MelBayW alk-In Clinic211 Coral Sands Dr., between US1 &Florida Ave RockledgeLocated inside American Cancer T reatment Center, Ste. C321-729-1400 Walk-Ins WelcomeNow Accepting HealthFirst P atients Now Accepting HealthFirst Most Insurance Accepted Walk-Ins Welcome 683282

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22BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG J ob opportunities abound for seniors At one point in the 2008 Oscarnominated film "Frost/Nixon," former President Richard Nixon, played by Frank Langella, says, "R etired people are the most bored people in the world." While some retirees might scoff at that remark, others no doubt agree there's an element of truth to it. Pe r haps boredom is one reason many seniors continue to work past retirement age. According to the Congressional Research Se r vice, 47 percent of male seniors and 34 percent of female seniors were employed in 2007. That those figures were from 2007 is significant, as it indicates this was before the economic downturn of 2008-09, a consequence of which was more seniors returning to the workforce. F or many seniors, though, working isn't simply a means to earn money. In fact, seniors who continued working past the age of 70 earned an average of just $20,000 in 2007. Seniors also tend to work to have something to do. For seniors looking to do just that, there are a host of employment or even volunteer opportunities that can help seniors stay busy and possibly put a little extra money in their pockets. Local park service. Many local park services hire seniors to help keep the parks clean. These are often seasonal opportunities, making them ideal for seniors who live in different cities depending on the seasons. metrocreativeconncection.comFor Hometown News See OPPORTNITIES, 23 V ounterring at the local library is one way to get a foot in the door to new opporunities. metrocreativeconnection.com S U D O K U P U Z Z L EC atch the eye of ov er 25,000 r eaders!VO L USIA 386-322-5900BREVARD321-242-1013 INDIAN RIVER772-569-6767 ST.LUCIE/MARTIN772-465-5656P lace your ad in this premium position now! Call your local office for more information686778

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23BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG Golf course. Golf courses are other seasonal businesses, at least in much of the country, that also boast lots of part-time opportunities for seniors. For example, golf courses need r angers, who ensure all golfers play by the rules and respect the course, and even maintenance staff, who do everything from cut the grass to maintaining gardens. These can also pull double duty, providing seniors with daily exercise to help them stay healthy. Volunteer. Many programs that help indigent citizens get by every day welcome seniors as volunteers. Meal delivery services and other programs that cater to the sick are often in need of a helping hand. School systems. Local school districts also have volunteer opportunities that can be ideal for seniors. Positions such as crossing guard or even helping out with the local athletic teams don't require much of a commitment and can be rewarding and fun for seniors. Consultant work. Seniors who miss the thrill of business don't have to give it up completely simply because they're retired. Ma ny seniors earn a handsome amount of money by working as consultants, using their vast experience to help the next generation. What's more, consultants often work on their own schedule, an ideal situation for seniors with a passion for business but an equal passion for the positives of r etirement. Library. Libraries might not be as popular as they once were, but many are still going strong, and some even use volunteers and part-time employees to keep their operations running smoothly. M any libraries prefer hiring seniors thanks to their reliability and good attitude.OpportunitiesF rom page 22 23 things you will do at least once this year Although years seemingly go by at blurring speed where only certain events are memorable, there are a handful of activities nearly everyone does over the course of a typical year. Here are some things that you can count on doing at least once this year.1. Sing "Auld, Lang Syne" 2. Cheer for your favorite Super Bowl team 3. Send a Valentine 4. Drink green beer 5. File income tax paperwork 6. Celebrate a birthday 7. Get a dental cleaning 8. Get a physical 9. Swim in a pool or body of water 10. See a fireworks display 11. Attend a sporting event 12. Plant flowers 13. Mow the lawnSee 23 T HINGS, 25metrocreativeconncection.comF or Hometown News 686929 686708

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24BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG GO AND DO VO L USIA COUNTY Daytona B each Shores is a small community with 4,500 residents, but it is capable of hosting up to 30,000 visitors during special events like B ike Week. The city is also home to the Shores S pa Resort and Hotel and the Living Legends of Auto Racing Hall of F ame Brick Walk. The Living Legends of Racing Inc. is a nonprofit organization that ov ersees the Walk of Fame located at 3050 South Atlantic Ave. The bricks are dedicated to former great racing pioneers and highlights the area's racing legacy. The history of the whole racing thing started here," said Olin H opes, a member or Living Legends of Auto Racing. "It started up in Ormond back and reached D aytona by the 30s, then came down in this area in the 40s. The sport went inland in the 50s when the Speedway was built." Ma ny great racing legends are commemorated in the bricks, including William Bill' France, Mad Ma r ion MacDonald, Rapid Roy H all, Ethel Flock Mobley, Vicki W ood, James Jerome Red' Voigt and more. "I f you are a racing fan it's nice to Racecars, resorts and beacons of lightBy Andreas ButlerF or Hometown News See DA YT ONA BEACH SHORES, 25 Randy Barber/ staff photographerThe Living Legends of Auto Racing Memorial Brick Walk of Fame in Daytona Beach Shores features inscribed bricks honoring the pioneers of auto racing. 686782The Secrets Out . .1-866-913-6397www.hometownnewsol.com is the publication for your active lifestyle! Call today to receive your free subscription

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25BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG 14. Go out for ice cream 15. Rake leaves 16. Eat turkey 17. Purchase gifts 18. Take a vacation 19. Give a car an oil change 20. Be shocked by a TV series season cliffhanger 21. Get a cold 22. Decorate the home 23. Make a resolution 23 ThingsF rom page 23 see," Mr. Hopes said. "People don't r ealize that where City Hall sits at in the Shores is part of the old racetrack and grand stand. A1A was also part of the old track. It all had to be moved basically because people could not make it to their homes." The group also runs the Living Legends of Auto Racing Museum located in the Sunshine Park Mall in S outh Daytona. The Shores Spa &Resort is the D aytona area's premier resort and spa. It offers luxurious rooms with spectacular views of Daytona B each, the Atlantic Ocean and I ntercoastal waterway. "W e have a 10 -story luxury resort and spa that is Daytona's only fourdiamond hotel. It is really an unexpected luxury," said Susan Keavbney, the resort's marketing director. "A ctually we have a lot of locals who live in Port Orange, Daytona and Ormond come take advantage of our Indulge Spa and Azure fine dining restaurant." The resort contains warm hues, I talian marble restrooms, pillowtop beds and chic furnishes. Rates start at $109 per night. "I t' s really a cool and fun undiscovered hang out space," Ms. K eavbney said. "It is refreshing and quiet and at this time of year we are not as busy, so locals can really take advantage." J ust south of the Shores, in Ponce I nlet, is one of the state's most r ecognizable attraction The P once de Leon Inlet Light Station, located at 4391 Peninsula Drive. It stands 175 feet and is the tallest lighthouse in Florida. It is also the second tallest masonry lighthouse in the nation. The 203-step structure attracts 175,000 visitors a year. Admission is $5 per adult and $1.50 per child under 11. It opens every day at 10 a.m. Closing times vary per time of y ear. T oday the structure consists of the tower and a museum with memorabilia and historic facts on the lighthouse and the surrounding community. The lighthouse was constructed in 1883 and opened in 1887 as the M osquito Inlet Lighthouse, which was the name for the surrounding area. The lighthouse name changed in 1927 when Mosquito Inlet was r enamed Ponce Inlet. Ke r osene lit the structure up until 1920 when a generator was installed making the transition to electricity. In 1998 the structure became a N ational Historic Landmark. The P once Inlet Lighthouse Preservation Association maintains and r uns the structure. Those who visit will see on of the largest collections of lighthouse optics in the world," director of operations Mike Bennett said. "The Lighthouse also gives visitors a sense and feel of what life was like at the turn of the century for Florida's coastal residents." F or more information,visit www.livinglegendsofautoracing.co m.ShoresF rom page 24 689518 PinnacleEyeCenterExpert, Personalized & Compassionate Eye Care REGINEPAPPAS, MDBoard Certified Ophthalmologist, Eye Surgeon,Glaucoma Specialist ST A TE-OF-THE-AR T GLAUCOMA & CA T ARACT CARE JENIFERRAMSOWER, ODBoard Certified Optometric Physician www.PinnacleEyeCenter.com1 649 W. Eau Gallie Blvd., Melbourne (321) 255-4949Eye Exams, Glaucoma, Cataract, LASIK, OpticalDr. Pappas is one of few surgeons in the US and the first one in Florida to perform Canaloplasy, a state-of-the-art procedure.Canaloplasty, a new alternative to traditional Glaucoma surgery to better control eye pressure and reduce the number of medications patients use. Similarly, the Express Mini-Shunt advanced Glaucoma surgery, routinely performed over the last four years. Advance cataract surgery with combination of lenses ReStor, Crystalena, ReZoom, Verisyse &Toric. Some of these lenses are designed to improve vision at all distances and potentially without glasses. 686713 ThriftyMeds Now.com Y ou don't have to pay full price for your prescription drugs.Fill your prescriptions with a licensed Canadian pharmacy...IT'S EASY.All of the medications we carry are approved by Canada's health Protection Branch (Canada's regulatory body, Similar to the United States USDA)GET A FREE PRICE QUOTE TODAY! SIMPLE SA VINGS Brand Strength Size US Canada Gen SAVE Aciphex20mg100tabs$585$152$86 84% Albuterol90mcg200 dose$52$14$8 85% Diovan320mg30tabs$145$37.98$17.46 88% Effexor XR150mg100caps$411$207$106 74% Plavix75mg28tabs$142$86$34 76% Flomax0.4mg30caps$109$26$17 85% Proscar5mg30tabs$106$67$38 64% Lipitor40mg100tabs$415$203$115 72% 1-866-999-7928 toll freewww.ThriftyMedsNow.com

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Though it's common to ring in the New Year by making resolutions for the year, it's far less popular to set goals for the next 12 months. Resolutions and goals might be similar, but they're not exactly the same. When setting goals, men and women are attempting to develop a plan for the year ahead with the intent of being in a better place in 365 days. Successful resolutions are typically far less encompassing. While resolutions are goaloriented, men and women often make just one resolution that does not require a plan so much as some dedication. For instance, a goal of being more financially secure will require a plan that must be implemented for it to be a success. A resolution to quit smoking might involve some advice from health professionals, but in general it's up to the individual to simply stop smoking. When setting goals for the next 12 months, consider the following tips. Brainstorm some ideas. Goals should pertain to all aspects of life, from career goals to personal goals to anything you want to accomplish around the house. B efore setting any goals, brainstorm as many ideas as possible for each area of your life. Write these ideas down, no matter how big or small they might be even though you might not decide to pursue each and every goal you come up with. The purpose of this is just to get some ideas flowing and to use those ideas as a foundation. If two or more ideas are similar, such as losing weight and eating healthier, then you can combine those later on and make them one goal to simply be healthier a year from now. Rank goals by their importance to you. Goals will have varying degrees of importance, and this can help you to rank them by which ones you feel are most important. This doesn't mean you can't accomplish each goal on y our list. But prioritizing goals can make it easier to accomplish them. A good approach to take is to accomplish a high-priority goal, then reward yourself by tackling a more lighthearted goal that's less of a priority. For instance, if one of your biggest priorities is to install new siding on the house and you accomplish this goal, then reward yourself by next working on one of your more funoriented goals, such as visiting a water park or attending a ballgame. Such a balance and reward system can provide motivation and make for a fun and productive year to boot. Establish a time frame. When setting goals with no time frame in mind, it's easy to procrastinate and downplay the significance of the goals. When setting goals, establish a time frame to increase y our chances of being successful. F or instance, if you have a goal to save X amount of money over the next 12 months, give yourself monthly savings markers to meet. This can help keep you on schedule and ensure you will achieve y our goal come the end of the y ear. Give yourself progress reports. As the year goes on, periodically assess your progress. You might r ealize some goals have become bigger priorities while others are no longer as important, and that's perfectly alright. But once you have passed the planning stage and started to pursue a goal, track y our progress and stay the course if it's going well. If not, reconsider y our plan and decide if it's best to lay out another course of action. S etting goals for the year ahead is a great way to ensure the next 12 months will be productive and fruitful.26BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG Setting goals for the New Yearmetrocreativeconncection.comFor Hometown News 689520H ICKORY POINTEApartments $99Moves You In!(with credit approval)$600 $700 $600 $700 $600 $700 $600 $700 $600 $700 $600 $7001 Bedroom starting at $6002 Bedroom starting at $700 Rent Includes:FR EE T ransportation, FREE Basic Cable, New Fitness Center, FREE Intrusion Alarms, FR EE V isiting Nurse & Lots of Resident Activities in Our Clubhouse!hickor yp ointa p ts.com27 00 Carlson Circle €Melbourne321-72 3-1611 686784SUDOKU PUZZLE ANSWER www.us1golfcenter.com(321) 632-5461US 1 GOLF CENTER4775 South US 1 € Rockledge $200 OFFRange Bucket(Single Bucket,with HTNCoupon)€I ndividual Instruction &Group € Get GolfReady in 5 Days Ja n uary 11th-15th689994 L adies Clinic on Mo nday Nights!

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Call: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.SIGN-UPFORYOURFREE SUBSCRIPTION& DELIVERYTODAY MELBOURNE GET OUT AND PLAYI have a few predictions for 2 012. P ageB7 INSIDEV ol. 8, No. 24 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Jan. 6, 2012 Spend any time surfing the Web and you are bound to find stories that are just too bizarre to be true. Heres a sampling, edited for length. And r emember, just because its online doesnt mean its true! Fr om hosted2.ap.org D eputies:Man returned to beer after bank robbery A uthorities say a Tampa B ay area man ordered a beer at a bar, left to rob a nearby bank then came back to finish his beer. The Pasco County S heriffs Office said 52-yearold John Robin Whittle was arrested at the Hayloft Bar ENTERTAINMENTB1 INDEXTHREE TENORSCalendarA4 ClassifiedB8 Crossword B5 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Star Scopes B1 T he Sheriff A6 V iewpoint A6 ROMANCING THE STOVE B4Make delicious meals with leftover turkeySee WEIRD, A2 H OW WEIRD IS THAT?!SE AN MCCARTHY FREEVIPPasses Call: 321-868-0000Holiday Convention CenterWickham Rd @ I-95Sat., Jan. 14th9 am-5 pm Sun., Jan. 15th9 am-5 pm Viera Are you ready for some flag football?The Brevard County R ecreation Department will be starting a Flag Football league to kick off countywide on Jan. 11. W e ve had a flag football program in the county for almost 40 years, said Troy Co x, the athletic director for Br evard County. The response is always good and we can get anywhere from six to 10 teams. We usually run about four seasons a year. The flag football team is a seven-man non-contact sport, but like basketball, it can get physical. There are physical r equirements for the game, said Mr. Cox. You also have the mental requirements though too, to adapt to the game. Competition can be intense. P layers must be 18-years or older and each team will play with the Original Triple Threat Flag Belts as standard equipment. The belt has three flags on it, two flags on the hips and one in the back. The entire belt comes off when pulled. The teams would play on W ednesday nights at the P alm Bay regional park softball complex. Each team must have their o wn team jerseys with numbers on the back and shorts with no pockets to play. The team also has to provide their own NFL or college football at the games. The team fee is $485 and includes three game officials for 10 regular season games and singleelimination playoffs. The team who wins the play-offs is the league champion. Those players receive T-W est Melbourne residents get trash collection upgrade WEST MELBOURNE R esidents of West Melbourne have received a holiday gift that will make their city quieter and cleaner: New garbage trucks. W aste Management Inc. will begin curbside garbage and recycling collection with a fleet of new vehicles by the start of the new year. The three new vehicles, which use automated extension arms to lift and empty collection carts, are part of West Managements investment in W est Melbourne, said M ilo M. Zonka, Waste M anagement government affairs manager. These trucks, along with the residential garbage and recycling carts that were distributed this past July, represent a capital commitment of $1.3 million, specifically to service our West Melbourne customers, Mr. Z onka said. The new trucks not only operate cleaner and quieter, but more efficiently than older equipment, which improves the quality of life in West Melbourne and helps control costs for the benefit of our customers, Mr. Zonka said. Mr. Zonka said West M elbourne residents will see and hear a noticeable difference in their collection vehicles. I n cities that have smog issues and lower air quality, the air coming out of the exhaust of these vehicles is of better quality than air coming into the trucks, Mr. Zonka said. He said Waste Management trucks, which use a Ma ck Truck chassis and specialized collection and packing equipment by Labrie Environmental, exceed EPA regulations for improved air quality. Mr. Zonka said the trucks are equipped with a specialized scrubbing technology that produces cleaner air exhaust. The West Melbourne fleet includes three new trucks, including two garbage trucks and one r ecycling vehicle to service approximately 6,000 r esidences. W est Melbourne city manager Scott Morgan and mayor Hal Rose welcomed the new state-ofthe-art vehicles. West Melbourne had required the use of automated collection trucks in the citys new contract awarded to W aste Management in May. The city wanted to provide modern, high-quality service to our residents, Mr. Morgan said. Waste M anagement made that commitment, and were pleased that they were able to do so while actually lowering the monthly r ate, with this new contract, for the vast majority of our residents. W aste Management officials said the use of automated recycling carts has led to a dramatic increase in the amount of r ecycled material that would have gone to landfills. Since collections changed to using the new 35-, 64or 96-gallon carts in July, the average volume of recycled material has increased by 75 percent over the use of 14gallon bins, Mr. Zonka said. W est Melbourne mayor H al Rose called recycling one of the easiest ways for residents to participate in the sustainability of our natural resources. By Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.comSee U PGRADE, A9 Freedom FestivalAndy Stefanek/ staff photographerDavid McKinney of Melbourne hands out a cannabis necklace during the Cannabis F reedom Festival at Wickham Park Pavilion in Melbourne. Mr. McKinney is a Florida board member of the Cannabis Action Network, which hosted the two-day free event to educate residence about cannabis and hemp and their uses. Homeless census to provide funding for services, programsF or nearly a decade, volunteers and Housing and H uman Services members have scoured the streets in 24-hour period to perform a single task determine Br evard Countys homeless population. This year, theyre at it again. The Brevard Continuum of Care Coalition, an organization dedicated to preventing homelessness and supporting those who are homeless, is collecting donations of new adultsized socks and mens white undershirts through Jan. 18. The donations will be used as incentive to encourage homeless individuals to speak with volunteers and provide information for the Sheltered H omeless Point in Time C ensus. The census, initiated by the countys Housing and H uman Services Department, targets homeless individuals residing in transitional and permanent supportive housing, as well as emergency and coldnight shelters, said Tammy H arris, who is helping to organize this years census. The information gathered is used to request federal, state and local funding to help bring an end to homelessness in Brevard, Ms. Harris said. The censusDonations of socks,T-shirts needed through Jan.18By T ammy Roberts Senior Staff Writertroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee HOMELESS, A8 Brothers bring imaginative ideas to life In a purple factory off Au ro ra R oad, two brothers are turning dreams into machines. No task is too imaginative for Marc and Shanon Par ker, who stand by their slogan, If you can dream it, we can build it. They started Parker Brothers Choppers (now Parker Br others Concepts) two y ears ago after creating their version of the Batpod, Batmans futuristic r ide in the 2008 superhero film, The Dark Knight. When Marc and Shanon completed the project after three months, their imaginations became more vivid. The Parkers started work on a motorcycle inspired by the Light Cycles from the 2010 science-fiction film, Tron: Legacy. Called the Xenon, the bike is the first tangible, street-legal bike created to look identical to the virtual Tron Light Cy cle. X enon put the company on the map, said Jeff H alverson, operations manager for Parker Brothers Concepts. The fully electric light-up bike curr ently sells for $55,000 through Evolve Motorcycles, but during its debut, the Parkers sold it through eBay, where it went viral. Through Xenon, the Par kers have attracted bigname clients including S haquille ONeal, who has visited the Parker Brothers C oncepts facility, and a S audi Arabian prince. A supercar customized for ra pper 50 Cent is still being pieced together, expected to be complete in J anuary, Halverson said. The Xenon is featured in var ious music videos by artists such as G Unit, Lil W ayne and Birdman. It made its most recent cameo with an appearance in Good Feeling by Flo Rida, and the cameras dont stop there. S yfy, a cable TV channel and division of NBC Universal, announced in September plans to feature Ma rc and Shanons ventures in a new series calledP arker Brothers Concepts made its name with a Tron-inspired bike,but its not stopping thereBy Meagan McGonemmcgone@hometownnewsol.com See I DEAS, A2 See FOOTBALL, A9By Brittany Llorentebllorente@hometownnewsol.com

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in Port Richey. Deputies said he robbed a WellsFar go bank branch, but not before stopping off at the H ayloft for a brew. A bartender there said Whittle ordered a beer, disappeared for about 30 minutes and then returned to his beer. D eputies said they arrested him at the bar about 10 minutes after he left the bank. Fr om guardian.co: Chile daily must pay re aders for exploding churros Chiles Supreme Court has ordered a daily newspaper to pay $125,000 to 13 people who suffered burns while trying out a published r ecipe for churros, a popular Latin American snack of dough fried in hot oil. The publisher of La Ter cera must pay individual damages ranging from as little as $279 to $48,000. The high courts ruling was announced seven years after the readers burned themselves. J udges determined that the newspaper failed to fully test it before publication, and that if readers followed the recipe exactly, the churros had a good chance of exploding. Fr om sfgate.com: W oman says TSA confiscated frosted cupcake F riday, January 6, 2012 A2 MelbourneHometown News 646 Eyster Boulevard, Rockledge 321-821-3388 www.reddotshooting.com Free Shipping (in the U.S. only) on Orders over $50 Dillon Reloading Equipment T actical Gear &Clothing Belts, Holsters, Mags Guns &AmmoT roy Magpul SurefireTrijicon Gift Certificates A vailable! New &Used Guns Ammo Accessories 1911, AR, Glock Parts Ring in the new year at the Eau Gallie Arts DistrictLooking for something fun and festive to do this new y ear? The Eau Gallie Arts District in Melbourne is encouraging r esidents with a passion for the arts to attend the First Friday Art Walk Friday, Jan. 6. This monthly event will showcase work by area artists in Eau Gallie Square, as well as a performance by the band Ernie Southern and The D eltaholics in the Eau Gallie Square Band Shell. In addition to these evening activities, all restaur ants, shops, art studios and galleries in the Eau Gallie Arts D istrict will remain open late, featuring art demonstrations, r efreshments, live music and exhibition openings. Fe atured exhibitions include Eau Gallie Squares at the Fifth Avenue Gallery and Down the Rabbit Hole by B onnie Carter at Art & Antique Studio and Gallery. An average of 500 people typically attend the walks, which were started 10 years ago after several local merchants discussed ways to attract people to the area, said Jillian Burghardt, the districts main executive director. The district also hosts several themed art walks throughout the year, including the Star Spangled event in J une, the Dog Days of Summer Walk and the Holiday Tr ee Lighting event in D ecember. N ot only is it a delightful way to spend an evening dining, shopping, experiencing art galleries and listening to live music performances, it is also a good investment and a simple, but effective, way to contribute to the revitalization of our great district, Ms. Bur ghardt said. WithoutMonthly event to feature live music,art exhibits,shoppingBy T ammy Roberts Senior Staff Writertroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee DISTRICT, A3 Photo courtesy of Carl KaisermanLoc al artist Christopher Maslow paints a mural on the side of the Eau Gallie Florist building on Highland Ave. in Melbourne. Photo courtesy of Parker Brothers ConceptsThe electric-powered Xenon, inspired by Light Cycles featured in Tron: Legacy, sports 32-inch hub-less wheels and a handcrafted fiberglass frame, yet its coolest feature is that it lights up.Dream Machines. A ccording to a news r elease, each one-hour episode will show the Parkers working on a new clients design challenge. Though it seems like no small feat to the average machine enthusiast, the Par kers are confident they can successfully bring each idea to life, all while bringing in local talent to help. When you have a passion for something, it all works out, Shanon said. IdeasF rom page A1 W eirdF rom page A1 See WEIRD, A3

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 6, 2012 Melbourne A3 1-95 & W. Eau Gallie Blvd. Melbourne 321-242-9124 www.superfleamarket.com... There's Always Something Happening at SUPERFLEAMARKET OPEN EVERY FRIDAY SATURDAY & SUNDAY 9AM-4PM Celebrating our 24 th Anniversar y Space Coast's Largest Outdoor Shopping AttractionSUPERFLEAANDFARMERSMARKETThe Super Flea is the LARGEST open-air flea market on the Space Coast. The market is situated on over 20 acres conveniently located just off busy I-95.FLEA F ACTS: Over 2.4 Miles of Covered Shopping Family Oriented Fun Free Admission and Parking Over 900 Booths Clean Restrooms ATM's (located in our food courts @ either end of the market) Onsite 24/7 Security Info Booth &Tourist Center Complimentary Wheelchairs Pet Friendly (Must be hand carried or secured in a stroller) Animal Stroller Rentals Ample Parking!R Vs, Tractor T railers &Other Large Vehicles Always W elcomeMonthly LiveEntertainmentand Events MARCH 1, 2012. The following documentation is required for eac h o wner residing on the property: (Social Security documentation is required for the spouse of each applicant even if said spouse has no ownership interest in the homestead property) F AILURE TO FILE FOR HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION ON OR BEFOREMARCH 1, 2012 NOTE FOR THOSE WHO CHANGED RESIDENCES DURING THE YEAR: BREVARD COUNTY LOCATIONS FOR FILING Jan uar y 2, 2012 thru Mar c h 1, 2012 Brevard County Government Complex North Brevard County South Services Complex Brevard County Government Center Brevard County Service Complex Palm Bay Barefoot Bay Shopping Center Jim Ford,CFABrevard County Property Appraiser PUBLIC NOTICE 2012 HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION INFORMATIONYOU CAN NOW APPLY FOR HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION ON-LINE AT: www.brevardpropertyappraiser.com Opening Act! Sunrise over Paris: A Christmas Day revelationPARIS The American Airlines steward guided a food cart noisily down the aisle, but it was 1 a.m. East Coast time on my unadjusted watch, and I yearned to sleep. B ut maybe a cup of coffee might shake my lethargy. Theres a nice sunrise, the steward advised, motioning to the window. I lifted the shade to discover he was right. Three thin, pink cloud r ibbons heralded the imminent dawn. Within seconds, the suns aureole emerged, illuminating the cloud layer below, signaling the birth of a new day. As the plane banked toward Charles de Gaulle Airport, the sun began to play a cat-and-mouse game, hiding behind the planes wing, then fully re vealing itself as the plane banked then retreating behind the settled wing again. F inally, as the aircraft descended into Paris, the sun revealed itself in all its mighty glory, signaling the nascent day. M erry Christmas, the steward said, pushing the cart back the other way. In my drowsiness, I had forgotten I would arrive in Par is on Christmas morning. As the airplane sank beneath the clouds, little did I realize that a lesson awaited that I will never forget. The emerging sun had been gloriously abundant at 35,000 feet, but gloomy Par is was entombed by clouds and would not see a single ray of sunshine on Christmas Day. I suddenly reflected on the perpetual sun as mirroring the creator encircling, illuminating and guiding us 24-7, 360 degrees whether or not we are aware of it. In E cclesiastes, I recently r ead where King Solomon w earily and frustratingly lamented that there is nothing new under the sun. B ut I begged to differ with wise old Solomon, at the r isk of insouciance, to borrow a French term. On Christmas in Paris, there were plenty of new things to experience under the sun, even if not the sun itself. I toured the Eiffel Tower, one of the worlds grandest monuments, as well as N apoleons tomb. The next day, I would visit DaVincis inscrutable La Gioconda, otherwise known as Mona Lisa. In The Louvre, I stood so tantalizingly close to Venus de Milo that we could have embraced if she had arms. (I know, bad joke.) The Louvres objets de art we re awe-inspiring and emotionally invigorating. The next day, I boarded a Eur ostar train to Amsterdam to gaze upon the masterpieces of Van Gogh and Rembrandt. S orry, Solomon, but I was just getting started. There was so much new to see under that still-shrouded Par isian sun. Ir onically, the Monet painting that touched off the Impressionist movement as any art historian knows is Impression S unrise, and the works of STAFF WRITERD AN GARCIA See R EVELATION, A9 A woman who flew back home from Las Vegas said an airport security officer confiscated her frosted cupcake. R ebecca Hains said the Tr ansportation Security A dministration agent at McC arran International Airport took her cupcake and told her its frosting was enough like a gel to violate TSA restrictions on allowing liquids and gels onto flights. H ains, who lives just north of Boston, said the agent didnt seem concerned that the cupcake could actually be explosive, just that it fit some bureaucratic definition about what was prohibited. The TSA was reviewing the situation, agency spokesman Nico Melendez said. Passengers are allowed to take cakes and cupcakes through checkpoints, he said. H ains surrendered the cupcake, but she said the situation highlighted a lack of common sense by the agent and the ludicrousness of TSA policies. I t s not really about the cupcake; I can get another cupcake, she said. Its about an encroachment on civil liberties. Were just building up a resistance and tolerance to all these things theyre doing in the name of security, when its r eally theater. It is not keeping us safe. Fr om nbcbayarea.com: M an spends $16,000 on virtual sword Who pays for virtual tools to grow a better virtual garden or to slay a virtual dragon, you ask? P lenty of people, despite what Zyngas IPO tells you. A man in China recently spent $16,000 for a virtual sword on a game that has not even been released yet. Age of Wulin, by C alifornia-based company S nail Games, has not been r eleased on mainland China but that isnt stopping some from spending serious cash on the game. The game is a massively multiplayer online roleplaying game, better known as MMORPGs. A study released earlier in the year valued the virtual economy for MMORPGs at $3 billion. From today.msnbc.msn.com: M an divorcing wife of 77 y ears over affair in theW eirdF rom page A2 community involvement, there is great potential of the loss of these valuable, historical and cultural assets within our local neighborhoods. In addition to the exhibits featured at the upcoming art walk, attendees will also have an opportunity to view the Eau Gallie Art Districts O utdoor Mural Museum, initiated this year by the districts mural committee. F our local artists spent the w eekend of Dec. 9 painting massive murals on various buildings throughout the district. From fantasy to F lorida-inspired, each mural represents a different point of view. The idea for the (museum) is to provide museumquality art in an outdoor setting and engage the community in an artful, fun and entertaining way, Ms. Bur ghardt said. The murals were designed as permanent fixtures in the downtown Eau Gallie area and the district plans to incorporate additional murals in the upcoming months. The Eau Gallie Arts District First Friday Art Walk will be from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 6. Fo r more information,call (321) 752-0463.DistrictF rom page A2 See WEIRD, A5

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F RIDA Y, JAN. 6 Brevard Antiques and C ollectibles Club meetings: The club holds monthly meetings at two area locations. The first Friday of the month meeting is at 10 a.m. at the Suntree Library, 902 Jor dan Blass Drive, Suntree, and the second meeting is the third Tuesday of the month and is at 1:30 p.m. at the Melbourne Beach Library, 324 Ocean Ave., M elbourne Beach. The group is open to anyone having an interest in learning about antiques and collectibles. F or more information,call (321) 254-5831 or (321) 7771374.SA TURDAY, JAN. 7 Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge events and programs offered: B eginning bird watching tours, duck identification presentation and tours, eagle presentation and eagle watch, all about manatees, all about alligators, oak hammock hikes, hawk presentation and tours, volunteers for butterfly survey and Refuge photogr aphy club meetings. The Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge Visitor C enter is located on S.R. 402, five miles east of U.S. H ighway 1 in Titusville. P lease call (321) 861-5601 to make reservations and for information.SUNDA Y, JAN. 8 Sunday adult softball coed league to start: Hoov er Athletic Complex, 200 Hawk Haven Drive, I ndialantic. Br evard County Parks & Re creation adult coed softball league is starting at Hoov er Athletic Complex in I ndialantic. The league is for adults, ages 18 and older. Cost is $280 per team. All teams play 14 regular season games in an open division with A and B D ivision playoffs. Playoff divisions will be decided by standings for the seeding of teams. League championships are decided in the playoffs only. F irstand second-place team trophies will be awarded for A and B Division playoff champions, with T-shirts for A Division playoff champions only. There are no awards for r egular season play. The season starts Sunday, J an. 8, if all teams are paid up (16 teams maximum). F or more information, email Troy Cox at troy.cox@brevardparks.com or call (321) 255-4400.MON DA Y, JAN. 9 Tennis clinics offered by F lorida Tech: 5-6 p.m. M ondays. Jan 9, 23 and 30; Fe b. 6, 13 and 27; March 12, 19 and 26; and April 9, 16 and 23. Florida Tennis C ourts, Florida Institute of T echnology, Melbourne. F lorida Tech head coach B ill Macoms adult afternoon tennis clinic, formerly known as cardio tennis, is now scheduled from 5-6 p .m. at the Florida Tennis C ourts. C oach Macom will host four adult sessions. Each will meet on three Mondays. The cost to participate in a session is $25. In addition to his adult clinic, Coach Macom is offering four Intro to T ennis sessions for children, ages 6-16. The clinic is from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. on the same dates as the adult clinic. The cost to participate in a session is $15. Mo re advanced players, ages 8-17, are encouraged to r egister for the intermediate/advanced clinic. F our sessions will be offered, and each will meet on Tuesdays. The first session is Jan. 10, 17, 24 and 31. The second session is Fe b. 7, 14, 21 and 28. The third session is March 13, 20 and 27; and fourth session is Apr il 3, 10 and 24. The cost to participate depends on the number of clinics scheduled in each session. The first and second sessions will meet four times, and the cost is $45 per session. The third and fourth sessions will meet three times, and the cost is $35 per session. F or more information or to view a camp brochure,please click on the Camps and Clinicsbutton found in the Inside Athleticstab at F loridaTechSports.com. To re gister,please contact Coach Macom at (321) 6747181 or email bmacom@fit.edu. TUESDAY, JAN. 10 Brief Memory Screen offered at the Sunflower H ouse: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. T uesday, Jan. 10. Sunflower H ouse, Merritt Square Mall, M erritt Island. The Sunflower House, along with the East Central F lorida Memory Disorder Clinic, is offering free memory screenings for adults who are concerned about memory loss. The screening is a 30minute confidential appointment and includes a 15-minute test. The results will be provided so that individuals can discuss them with their primary care physician. The memory screenings are by appointment and will be held at the Sunflower H ouse. To make an appointment, please call (321) 452-4341.WEDNESDAY, JAN. 11 Republican Women monthly luncheon meeting: 11 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 11. The Holiday Inn (formerly I mperial Hotel), 8298 N. W ickham Road, Melbourne. The Melbourne Area F ederated Republican W omen will present a program with featured speaker Vista Boyland, author and educator. The presentation will be on Sharia law and the danger fundamental Islam poses to the world and to America from an attack from within. The room opens at 11 a.m. with social networking. The speaker and program begins at 11:30 a.m. Re servations are necessary by M onday, Jan. 9, to select luncheon choice. All Republican women and men are invited, with a special invitation to Republican women and men who are new to the area and those interested in learning more about Republican activities and issues in the community. Ad va nce reservations are necessary.For reservations and information,call (321) 727-1212. V isit the website at www.melbournegopwomen.org. Emotions,Expectations, and Economicsseminar: 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. W ednesday, Jan. 11. Suntree C ountry Club, 1 Country Club Drive, Melbourne. L unch will be served. F or more information,call (321) 255-2552. Rodes Park Community C enter to offer Turbo Kick classes: Br evard County Parks and Re creation is offering Turbo Kick classes 6-7 p.m. W ednesday evenings at the Ro des Park Community C enter, inside the new Max K. Rodes Park, 3410 Flanagan Ave., West Melbourne. T urbo Kick offers an addictive workout that combines shadow boxing, kickboxing, sports drills, dancing, yoga and simple dance moves in a party atmosphere. T urbo Kick is an intervalbased class that allows participants of any fitness level to participate and custom tailor their workout. The cost is $5 per class, and multiple class discounts are available. The first class is free for anyone who wants to give it a try. T urbo Kick is taught by Akane Roddy, certified T urbo Kick instructor. F or more information,call Akane at (321) 695-6806 or email akanes75@hotmail.com. Adult mens basketball league forming in West M elbourne: Br evard County South Area Par ks and Recreation is currently forming an adult mens 18 and older basketball league at the Rodes Park C ommunity Center. The center is located inside the new Max K. Rodes Par k, 3410 Flanagan Ave., in W est Melbourne. G ames will be played on W ednesday evenings beginning in January. The team fee is $345, which includes a 10-game r egular season and a single elimination playoff tournament. All activities are conducted and supervised by Brevard C ounty Parks and Recreation staff. F or more information, please call the Rodes Park Community Center at (321) 952-3215.THURSDAY, JAN. 12 Grandparents Raising Children meetings: Thursday, Jan. 12. 10 a.m. Club Esteem, 3316 S. M onroe St., Melbourne T uesday, Jan. 17. 9:30 a.m. The Monroe Center, 705 B lake Ave., Building D, F riday, January 6, 2012 A4 MelbourneHometown News Robert T he FurnitureRefinisher Has Relocated321-626-48364235 N. Courtenay Pkwy #6 Merritt Island, FL 32953 swisscraftsman.com email:swisscraftsman@yahoo.com Furniture Refinishing Professional Antique Restoration Over 30 Years of Experience Dental Insurance W elcomeMon-Tue-Thu 7:30-5:30 W ed 12:30-7:30723-0938917 S. Wickham Rd. W. Melbourne 32904 Got A Dental Problem?Bring your prior file/xrays for a FREE 2nd opinion. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 6, 2012 Melbourne A5 Police report Melbourne P olice Department Daniel John Cody, 21, address unknown, was charged Dec. 23 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling, petit larceny and possession of burglary tools with intent to use. Curtis Levell King, 46, of 200 E. University Blvd., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 24 with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and felony battery. Aaron Antonio Brown, 26, of 1775 Steele St., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 25 with resisting arrest without violence, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana and possession of cocaine. Candace K. Cashion, 56, of 3470 Areca Palm Ave., M elbourne, was charged De c. 26 with possession of drug paraphernalia, having an expired license for more than four months and as a habitual traffic offender driving on a suspended license. Nancy Ann Deiters, 29, of 150 University Blvd. E., M elbourne, was charged De c. 26 with felony child neglect. Vanessa T. Steele, 24, address unknown, was charged Dec. 26 with felony child abuse. Stephen A. Gale, 62, of 2790 Woodsmill Drive, Melbourne, was charged Dec. 28 with felony driving while license permanently re voked. Samuel Eugene Glasco, 42, of 216 Nieman Ave., M elbourne, was charged De c. 28 with felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Melody Melissa Thayer, 33, of 989 Sparkman St., M elbourne, was charged De c. 28 with selling cocaine, possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of drugs with intent to sell.P alm Bay P olice Department Tradece Marie Mells, 22, of 3300 Saxon St., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 26 with battery, criminal mischief-property damage, burglary with assault/battery and resisting arrest without violence. Corey Lavis Small, 43, of 1734 Bunche St., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 27 with possession of cocaine, possession of cocaine with intent to sell, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving while license suspended/revoked, resisting arrest without violence and destroying/tampering with/fabricating evidence. Stephanie Nichole Dillard, 26, of 325 E. University Blv d., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 29 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription.Satellite Beach P olice Department Robyn Catelynn Geisler, 24, of 407 Sixth Ave., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 23 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, refusing to submit to a DUI test, felony driving under the influence and felony violation of drivers license restriction.W est Melbourne P olice Department Luscious D. Scott, 20, of 2481 Colbert Circle, Melbourne, was charged Dec. 26 with attempting to solicit/conspire, using/displaying a firearm, possession of a weapon/ammo by a convicted felon and firing/discharging a firearm in public.Florida Highway Patrol Michael Lee Westlake, 34, of 2525 Burns Ave., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 26 with driving while license suspended, refusing to submit to a balance test and felony driving under the influence.Brevard County Sheriffs Office Damien Carjon Hardison, 25, address unknown, was charged Dec. 23 with trafficking cocaine, selling cocaine, possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Marissa L. Herschfeld, 34, address unknown, was charged Dec. 23 with possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Jamie Chantrell Hatcher, 22, address unknown, was charged Dec. 26 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling, grand larceny and dealing in stolen property. Christopher Travis Moylan, 20, of 1400 Hillcrest Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged Dec. 26 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling and felony violation of probation. Cassandra E. Brown, 24, of 729 University Blvd., M elbourne, was charged De c. 27 as an out-of-state fugitive. Alfonso Foster, 37, of 676 Cherokee Ave., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 27 with fraud-issuing a check with insufficient funds to obtain goods. Rebecca Ann Rider, 27, of 4455 N.E. West Haven Ave ., West Melbourne, was charged Dec. 28 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Anthony Dewitt Brown Jr., 19, of 558 Gardner Drive, M elbourne, was charged De c. 29 with possession of cocaine, carrying a concealed firearm and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana. Frank J. Clouser, 44, address unknown, was charged Dec. 29 with larceny, dealing in stolen property and giving false verification of ownership. Adrieanna Chloe Theodore, 27, of 701 Van Bur en St., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 29 with fraudissuing a check with insufficient funds. 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. C ocoa. Thursday, Jan. 26. 9:30 a.m. Memaws Restaurant, 600 E. Eau Gallie Blvd., In dian Harbour Beach. F or more information,call (321) 631-7776 or visit www.grandparentsraisinggrandchildren.org. Zumbatomic for kids at I ndian Harbour Beach: 6:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, J an. 12. Recreation Center, G leason Park, 1233 Yacht Club Blvd., Indian Harbour B each. There will be a five-week session starting Thursday, Ja n. 12, for ages 8-12. Cost is $30. Z umbatomic is a latininspired dance fitness class specifically designed for children. Classes include dancing to kid-friendly music and games. Pr e-registration is required by calling Cindy Campbell at (321) 508-7234 or by emailing cinszumbaparty@aol.com. F or more information,visit www.cinszumbaparty.com.UPCOMING EVE NTS Eau Gallie Civic Center open house and rummage sale: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sa turday, Jan. 14. Eau Gallie Civic Center, 1551 Highland Ave ., Melbourne. P lease join in for free snacks and drinks and to watch demonstrations from instructors and classes, as w ell as the opportunity to learn more about the facility. This will be a rummage sale where you can search for or sell some of your own hidden treasures. E ight-foot tables are $15 each. P lease call (321) 255-4608 if you are interested in a table or have any questions about the event. Palm Bay High AP Pirates Academy information meetings: 6 p.m. T uesday, Jan. 17. Palm Bay H igh School auditorium, 101 Pirate Lane, Melbourne. P alm Bay High School willCalendarF rom page A4 1940s A 99-year-old Italian man is divorcing his 96-year-old wife after discovering that she conducted an affair in the 1940s, reports the T elegraph. The couple have been together for 77 years, but time was no healer when the husband, referred to by I talian lawyers as Antonio C, found evidence of the affair while rummaging through a chest of drawers. H aving confronted his wife, who confessed to the affair, he is now seeking a divorce. A ccording to UPI, Antonio came across letters his wife had received from an old lover more than 50 y ears ago. It is also reported that the couple have five children, 12 grandchildren and a great grandchild. Fr om wcax.com: P olice say thief proposed with stolen ring A diamond engagement r ing didnt have the outcome a Vermont man had hoped for. His girlfriend said yes, but the ring landed him in jail. B urlington police said 25y ear-old Ryan Jarvis is charged with stealing the $3,200 ring from a Zales jewelry store. WCAX-TV r eported that Jarvis was looking at jewelry in the store for about an hour when he asked to see the 1carat white gold solitaire r ing and then took off with it. P olice said they received tips that led to a posting on F acebook by Jarvis girlfriend in which she showed off the ring. Police said the woman didnt know the ring was stolen. S ean McCarthy fixes computers.He can be r eached at (772) 408-0680 or help@ComputeThisOnline.com (no hyphens).W eirdF rom page A3 See CALENDAR, A10

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A6 THIS WEEKS LUCKY THIS WEEKS LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLE If This is your license plate go to the nearest HTN Office to verify by noon Tuesday.This weeks prize is: $200 GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY!Stop by ANY office or CALL!!!WIN $100-$1000 I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIAN RIVER CO.772-569-6767MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 Response to In response to God does not approveIve never written to this paper before, but I felt led to say something. Whether you believe what God says or not, you are the one who will find out very soon who has the r ight to judge you or anyone else. H aving an opinion is one thing, but knowing well all be judged according to what the Bible says that is quite another U nless you accept Jesus as your personal savior, r epent and follow him, youll never know the peace of having eternal life apart from hell. I will pray for you.RebuttalsI understand that this space is primarily for the opportunity of expressing ones First Amendment r ights the right to publicly vent ones spleen. B ut it seems that there are a lot of smug and selfr ighteous spleens out there. To I thought they were there to create jobs. F irst, people complain that the president isnt doing what a businessman would do and doesn t use the entrepreneurial types out there to create jobs. B ut when he does go to one of the billionaire Re publican businessmen, everyone whines because its the wrong billionaire. These overpaid billionaires create exactly one job theirs. N ext, this veteran is insulted because he doesn t believe homosexuals have any right to defend their country. Homophobia at its best or is that the worst? Ye p, I can just imagine what a soldier/sailor/marine is going to say when confronted when he/she tried to sneak a goat into the duffle bag. And of course, that (unmentionable) act had never been done before because of the Universal C ode of Military Justice prohibition and will become something that all of the homosexuals will be doing all of the time, everywhere. And I would imagine that your relatives in the third world countries do that, too. That sound you hear is intelligent people laughing at the illogic of that concept (rampant bestiality). To A ttacking the R epublicans The lame stream leftwing media? Just what media would that be? Ev ery major (Fox is not a When looking at the 103,000 inmates in F loridas prisons, many have one thing in common, their grades plummeted after leaving elementary school, and thousands never even made it out of the seventh grade. Of the 37,000 inmates who entered the Florida Prison system in 2010, they tested, on average, at the 6.2 grade level. M ost parents know the transition from the sanctuary of an elementary school to the fast and furious pace of a middle school is a big change for any child. Starting any new school can be tough, but going from a single teacher in sixth grade to seven or more teachers in seventh grade can be ov erwhelming. Even structured children with attentive and loving parents can find the sudden change intense. As law enforcement officers, we often must enter the most unstable and dysfunctional homes imaginable. It is heartbreaking to see what so many of Br evards children are exposed to. They encounter physical and emotional abuse, continuous neglect and are subjected to observing immoral and criminal behavior on a daily basis. M any of these children still manage to be well-behaved, good students throughout their pre-teen years despite the terrible things they endure. How do they do this without any healthy role models in the home? I have long believed our elementary school teachers deserve much of the credit. They serve as caring and loving surrogate parents and strive to give these children the attention and structure they are not getting at home. M iddle and high school teachers are just as caring, but the workload caused by many classes and more than 100 students prevents a more personal teaching environment. The change from sixth to seventh grade often marks the very moment that children can start going down the wrong path. W ithout strong parental guidance, many do not keep up with their homework assignments or study appropriately for their tests. As a result, it is not long before they start falling behind, their participation wanes and their self-esteem erodes. To make matters worse, anger and behavioral problems often accompany poor academic performance. In a very short period of time, a graduating sixthgrader can become a failing seventh-grader. The child becomes disappointed in themselves and angry at the world. In too many cases, a criminal sociopath is born. This is where the Boys & G irls Clubs can make a real difference. Children have a refuge to go to after school where they can study and get their homework done. One of the little miracles y ou will see at these clubs is how these children mentor and tutor younger children. N ot only do the younger children benefit, but the children doing the tutoring become more confident in their abilities and gain a real sense of self-worth as they help others. O ur local organization is known as the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida and serves Brevard, Orange, O sceola and Seminole counties. M ost (88 percent) of the 12,000 boys and girls in the BGCCF maintain at least a C grade average, while twothirds have earned an A or B grade average. N ot all of their successes are academic. As an example, of the 4,531 female members in our BGCCF, there were no teen pregnancies in 2010, as compared to the 1,857 babies born to teens who were not Boys & G irls Club members living in our same four county area. While Orange County has more than 20 Boys & Girls Clubs, Brevard County has only two, one in Melbourne and one in Mims. How ever, due to 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, JANUARY 6, 2012 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM No strings attachedLaura Pinfield of Melbourne plays the violin at a special Sunday with the Symphony at Barnes & Noble in Melbourne. Ms. Pinfield performed a string duet with another Brevard Sy mphony Orchestra member at the fundraising event.Andy Stefanek staff photographerNew Central Brevard Boys & Girls Club is essential BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFFJACK PARK ER See CLUB, A8An answer to the never-ending questionHappy New Year. It looks like 2012 is going to be a much better year. On the business side of things, with the addition of Ver non and Chris Smiths leadership and support to our management team, H ometown News has made some great strides in several key areas. We also have some very exciting news we will be announcing soon. On the personal side of things, anything would be better than the year my wife, my family and I have gone through this past year. The year started with the passing of my father on Dec 23, a few days before 2011 began and then, of course, the terrible and tragic accident that took the life of my incredible 16-yearold son, Austin, in July. The 150 days that have followed, have been shearagony. There has not been one day that tears have not been shed by both my wife, Elaine, and myself. I know it has been tougher for her, as she was always proud of her status as a stay-athome mom. Now she stays home, but stays there alone. I, on the other hand, am able to block thesaddening thoughts through out most of the day as I focus on the challenges and successes we have experienced here at the paper. Ev eryday we spend time talking to Austin and praying to God that he is OK and doing the work that God took him to do. We talk, but you always wonder if anyone is listening. Is there really something else after you leave your physical body? Is there really another chapter? You want to believe, but you always wonder if it is real or justreligions way of keeping people on the straight and narrow while we ar e here on earth. Let me tell you of a couple of recent experiences that have taken those questions away from us and have pretty much given us hard-core proof that this life is just the beginning. The first incident happened this past November. I had been having some chest pains. Not all the time but they would come at any time, last for anywhere from 5 minutes to 20 minutes; very uncomfortable and somewhat painful. B eing the tough guy that I am, I put off going to the doctor until it was happening so often that it was becoming a problem to do all the things that I needed to do. I went in, had the first r ound of tests, and the doc said I better come back for another round as something didnt look right. The second round of tests led to a third visit to go in with the heartcatheter to see exactly where the blockage was and to put in a stint. I didnt think of it as any real big deal. It runs in the family. My father had a pacemaker implanted in his late 40s. The night before I went in, I had a talk with Austin and God. I dont want to go into details, but I would imagine it was pretty standarddialogue any of us would have in a situation like this. The next morning, Elaine took me to the hospital for the procedure. The doc was ready to go and even was bragging to the other doctors that he could tell them where the blockage was to save them some time. They put me under and slid the catheter up and into the heart. Much to the amazement of all the personnel in the room, there was no blockage, it was gone. The heart was pumping as pure as a newborn baby. This gave me cause to pause. Did Austin and God fix my heart? I wanted to think so but Then it happened. The event soblatant, so obvious, in black and white, that it could not be explained away. Austin sent me a text. Thats right. Austin texted me. Let me back up. Fr iday night, Dec.23 Elaine and I were sitting on the back patio, watching TV and talking. Most evenings, at the end of the day, Elaine gets upset. She misses our son. She can look up to see his bedroom door where he would come out and lean ov er the railing to ask us a question or tell her he loved her. She was upset. We talked about him for a few minutes and I tried to make her feel better. I then set my phone down on the patio table and went inside to get something out of our r oom. Inside the bedroom I continued to talk to Austin. S on, we love you. We wish you were here with us. A ustin, you have to let your mom know you are OK. C ome to her, do something, please just let her know you are OK. I went back out to the patio and noticed the phone flashing that I had a message. I clicked on the message and saw that there was an attachment. I didnt r ecognize the number so I asked, Elaine, do you know this number? (772) 5592567. S he said, That sounds so familiar she paused, squinting her eyes as she dug deep in her brain for the owner of that number. Then she looked at me and said, Steve, that is Austins number. What? What? Austins number? Austins phone has not had service for five months, his phone is in a zip bag under the counter. How could that be Austins number? PUBLISHER/ C.O.O.STEVE ERLANGER See ANSWER, A7 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. Raits . . .VP/Managing Editor Robin Bevilacqua . .Human Resources Michele Muccigrosso .Major/Natl. Accounts Manager S ylvia Montes . . . .Major/Natl. Accounts Consultant Chris Smith . . . . .Regional Manager T erence Hart . . . . .Sales Manager Maura Dawson . . .Office Manager Susan Hawkins . . .Advertising Consultant T om Latos . . . . . . . . . .Advertising Consultant James Carroll . . . . . . . . .Advertising Consultant Mercedes Lee-Paquette . . . .Production Manager Rita Zeblin . . . . . . . . . .Pagination Manager P atricia Snyder . . . . . . . .Director Classified AdvertisingAnna Snyder-Vasquez . . . . .Classified Consultant Carol Deprey-Zelenak . . . . .Classified Consultant Lindsay Leitner . . . . . . . .Classified Consultant Dolan Hoggatt . . . . . . . .Circulation Manager T iffany Robertson . . . . . . .District Circulation Manager Andy Stefanek . . . . . . . .Staff Photographer T ammy Roberts . . . . . . . .Senior Staff Writer Meagan McGone . . . . . . .Staff Writer Michael Hibbard . . . . . . .News Clerk If you look closely, it appears the message from Austins phone says Im good.

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COUPON TOWARDS TREATMENT!$5000 $5000 If It Is Not Broken, We Dont Fix ItConservative Treatment Plans For All Your Dental Needs FREE 2NDOPINION CONSULTATION FREE 2NDOPINION CONSULTATION major media) news source manages quite well to point out the administrations faults, mistakes and silliness. You just havent been watching. I nstead you must be mainlining Fox, which is three centuries out of touch with reality stuck in a time warp where women knew their place and only the wealthy could take part in the political process. Pe ople complain because they dont like Obamas political warts, y et they cant manage to be consistent in their dislike of their (and my) partys miscreants. Y ou know the ones: two who cant keep their pencils in their pockets (serial adultery), history ignoramuses forgetting the basics of American history (where Concord and Lexington really are), which signals their total lack of being able to understand how history plays a part in current political affairs, another Texan who has trouble using his tongue to string together three words into a coherent sentence, career politicians claiming that their opponent is unsuitable for election because he is a career politician, a wannabe who has gone bankrupt and yet claims to be a successful businessman who can create jobs. It s these gems that you think are worthy to lead? A socialist country? R eally? I hope youre not getting Social Security or M edicare, or are benefiting from any of the many things that others pay for (subsidize in taxes) so that y ou can live without paying your complete way in our society, i.e., paying for the entire cost of whatever service you are getting. U ntil then, perhaps you need to rethink your understanding of how politics works. Now thats my venting and exercising of the First Amendment.Newt in the newsI was reading the Rants & Raves and I just had to r espond about the Lame stream media. A pparently this is a R epublican talking, and he goes on about how the D emocrats are destroying all the Republicans and is tapping Newt Gingrich as far superior to the rest of the pack. Then he goes on to say that Barney Frank destroyed Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and got rich doing it. Good riddance that nasty loser. My question to the person who wrote this is, H ave they not been watching the television lately? Have they not been seeing the news? Have they not seen that Newt G ingrich actually got $1.5 million for consulting or some such nonsense for F anny Mae? So I would say that he must have helped Barney Fr ank to destroy it.Boehner may be wrongThey say it takes a big man to admit when he is wrong. Thats why I say youll never see the Speaker of the House John Boehner admit he is wrong, even though all his Republican cohorts are telling him he is wrong.A national sewer system is a good ideaI just read one of the articles in Rants & Raves which is finally an answer to my original rant about having a national sewer system that would permanently eliminate all of these awful floods that cause billions of dollars and lives whenever nature wants to make a flood by emptying it into the desert. F inally someone else agrees with me, and it happens to be written from a mother or father about their sons idea. Im 65, and Ive had this idea. Now we have a kid with the same idea. Whats wrong with this idea? It would eliminate the floods. It would give millions of jobs to people. It would be the biggest project since our highway system was put in, and it would be far better than going to the moon or going to Mars and wasting billions and billions on that. This would help us permanently. Once we get something like this in, then go to Mars. Dont even think about it while we have these catastrophes hitting our people in our country every year, year after year. Lets get behind this and get a national sewer system going. It s not impossible. They put a man on the moon. What did that do? He hit a couple of golf balls. This would do something.Election year coming with no credibilityWe are entering into the y ear of the election, and there will be a lot of information for us to sort out. I have made my mind up three years ago, but the credibility of President Obamas office is at stake. He r an on the platform of transparency, but it is now just the opposite. He claimed that he would be the president that America could trust, but when asked to verify his citizenship, something that all of us have to do many times during our lifetimes, the presidentRantsF rom page A6 See R ANTS, A9 There is a ton of strange thingssurroundingthis miracle. The fact that it was sent to my email but never w ent to our email server, only my phone was one of them. I could not open the attachment on my phone so I had to forward it to my email. I went inside to open the attachment on our computer. O pening this attachment has changed our life and our outlook on the never-ending question, is there life after death? I opened the attachment and was shocked to see that it was a picture of Austins grandpa. His grandfather passed away last Dec. 23, one y ear to the day. This picture was pulled up attached to a photo gallery that resides on our computer. I clicked on the arrow to see the next picture. It was Austin. Nearly every other picture on this photo gallery was a picture of A ustin, back when everything was OK. He let his mother know that he was OK, he let us know he was with grandpa. A ctually, the photo shows y ou what we first saw when the message came to the phone, 9:01p ...FW:IMGOO. Was he telling us...I am good? J ust for the record. I went to the ATT store to see how this could have possibly happen. According to them, it couldnt. There is no service to that number. No one else has that number. That number does not exist, at least not in this world. S teve Erlanger is publisher and chief operating officer.AnswerF rom page A6

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will take place on Thursday, J an. 26. In 2010, 1907 men, women and children, both sheltered and unsheltered, were surveyed in Brevard C ounty, Ms. Harris said. This reflects a 36 percent increase over the 2009 Point in Time Census, she added. The Brevard Continuum of Care Coalition brings together nearly 100 community-based and faith-based organizations to plan and support services for the homeless. These services include food pantries, cold night and emergency shelter, mental health and substance abuse services, case management, transitional and permanent supportive housing, rental deposits, childcare, employment and job training, as well as assistance with applying for benefits. These services help the homeless achieve self-sufficiency, Ms. Harris said. The coalition is working on three specific goals for 2012, she said. Its members are planning the development of a soft-sheltered enclave, commonly known as a tent city; the creation of a permanent identification project, as well as the enhancement of the Homeless Management Information System. Armed with socks, T-shirts and other donated items, the census team made up of Housing and Human Services staff, veteran administration staff and community volunteers will spend Jan. 26 conducting the survey within a 24-hour period. S ocks and T-shirt donations can be dropped off through Jan. 18 at the following locations: North Breva rd Charities Sharing Center, 4475 S. Hopkins Ave., T itusville; Central Brevard S haring Center, 113 Aurora S t., Cocoa; Brevard County H ousing & Human Services Office, 2725 Judge Fran J amieson Way, Viera; or D aily Bread, 815 E. Fee Ave., M elbourne. F or more information,or to participate in the census gathering,contact Tammy H arris at tammy.harris@brevardcounty.us or (321) 633-2076. F riday, January 6, 2012 A8 MelbourneHometown News Breakfast Special Breakfast SpecialDinner Special Dinner Special7 am-9 am Eggs, Potatoes & T oastNow OpenFor Dinner: Thurs., Fri., Sat. 4-8pm Buy 1Dinner, Get 1 DinnerFREE(with the purchase of 2 beverages) Free Dinner Must Be of Equal or Lesser ValueFREEonly$199*with the purchase of a beverage*Monday-Friday Only$1991 270 N. Wickham Rd #25 Melbourne, FL32935321-259-0222Hours:Mon.-Fri. 6am-3pm Sat. &Sun. 7am-3pm Eau Gallie Blvd Sarno RdWickham Road I-95 StaplesBreakfast Served All Day Long! W ishing You a Safe & Happy New Year! Save hundreds of dollars every week with coupons & discounts from our local advertisers! Hearing Instruments &Care for Ever y Budget Call Now!321-722-2894 www.aadvancedhearingcare.com New &Used Hearing Aids Bought &Sold R.D.DanTaylorAudioprosthologist, Owner ACA, BC/HIS, COHCHelping folks to connect with the sounds of life and living for over 20 years from the heart of Historic Downtown Melbourne 720 E. 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In addition, the Eckerd F amily Foundation has pledged $390,000, Harris C orporation has donated $100,000 through its Community Foundation and the S heriffs Office has pledged $175,000 of confiscated drug money to renovate and operate the building donated by R otary. Also, our friends at Parker Br others Concepts, who will be featured on the Sci-Fi Channel, have generously offered to build and donate a new motorcycle for a fundraising raffle which will hopefully bring in another $100,000 or more for the new club. T ogether, these generous donations will get us about half of what we need to get this facility renovated and provide the operational funding to keep it open. As a result, the Boys & Girls Clubs have launched a special fundraising campaign, led by Cocoa Rotarian M ike Arnold, to get the dollars we need to make this very special club a reality. If you would like to be part of this important initiative, please make a tax deductible donation made out to Boys & Girls Clubs of Central F lorida and write Central Br evard Club in the memo section of the check and mail it to: Boys & Girls Club, 1824 Temple Terrace, M elbourne, FL 32935. Y our generous donation will make a real impact in the community and on the lives of these precious children. If you have any questions, or would like to tour one of the two local clubs, please call Heather Subbert at (321) 277-7232. J ack Parker is the sheriff of Br evard County.ClubF rom page A6

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W est Melbourne residents have really r esponded and are leading the way to helping protect our resources and ultimately lower their costs by keeping material out of the landfill, Mayor Rose said. C urrently, Waste Management Inc. serves 10 municipalities as well as unincorporated areas of Brevard County. Those municipalities include Melbourne, P alm Bay, Cocoa, Cocoa Beach, Indialantic, S atellite Beach, and Indian Harbour Beach. W aste Management is the largest recycler in Nor th America, recycling enough paper annually to save 41 million trees, Mr. Zonka said. W est Melbourne residents can contact Waste M anagement at (321) 723-4455, or by email at C entralFloridaService@WM.com. shirts for all registered players on their team and a sponsor T-shirt. There must be six paid teams to get the league started and up to 12 teams can be r egistered. Mr. Cox, who is 56, sometimes plays in the winter and mentions that this sport is for anyone. W e have had girls play on the teams and we have had some teams that are specifically co-ed, he said. A lot of teams come out because their company sponsors them and its a way to socialize and build camaraderie. It r eally can be a social experience for people. F or more information and any questions,(321) 255-4400 or by email at troy.cox@brevardparks.com r esponded in a way that, whether it was right or wrong, he gave the appearance of a cover-up. Then he comes out with a couple of birth certificates that have been deemed as a hoax by experts who do photoshop-ing. B efore becoming President of the U nited States, he took an oath of office in which he said, I do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the Office of the President of the United States and will, to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the U nited States. Y ou do not preserve, protect or defend the Constitution by violating one of the most basic requirements. In order to lead, one must have the credibility with his followers. In order to enjoy the asset of the credibility, a leader must first earn the trust of his followers. He did not earn it with me; maybe with you, but not with everybody. P eople will not follow those who they do not trust.Where are the Bush Republicans?Ha ve you noticed that not a single R epublican out there is claiming that he (or she) is a Bush Republican. I wonder why that is? Maybe because of the current state of affairs. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 6, 2012 Melbourne A9 Melbourne Cameras3146 W. New Haven Ave W. Melbourne, FL 32904321.733.4412 R omancing the StoveArlene Borg The Grammy Guruwww.HometownNewsOL.com R ecipes S tories Archives & More P rofessional Decorators A vailable Bring In Your Color Samples Visit Us at www.AreaRugGalleryOnline.com3351 W. New Haven Ave. Melbourne(321)722-4111Ta ke I-95 to Exit #180 (Hwy 192) & Travel East 1.8 MilesWe Have A Rug for EVERY Lifestyle & Budget! Cut A Rug For The New Year!Holiday Sale Continues! Huge Selection!RantsF rom page A7FootballF rom page A1W asteF rom page A1M onet, Manet, Renoir and Ce zanne at Musee DOrsay we re awe-inspiring. How ever, the next day, I began to have nagging second thoughts as I pondered Rodins Le P enseur, otherwise known as The Thinker. On yet another dreary, misty day in Paris, Rodins The Thinker seemed heavy-shouldered as a mist fell in the gray courtyard. The Thinker seemed to be contemplating what the French call a raison detre, or the meaning of life. And I began to ponder my o wn raison detre. On this N ew Years time of reflection, I began to realize that S olomon was right. Is there nothing new under the sun? After Paris, what? London? Tokyo? Sydney? T ierra del Fuego? Been there, done that. As I toured the majestic P alace of Versailles, I r ealized Marie Antoinettes fate was the same as everyone elses whether by the guillotine or otherwise. I began to heed Solomons wisdom that there is truly nothing new under the sometimes invisible, but eternally encircling sun. So I resolved in Paris to enjoy every moment of every day, to have my proverbial cake and eat it, too. I resolved to regard each morning as an unwrapped gift, whether in sunny F lorida or gloomy France. I resolved to live with what the French call joie de vivre (joy of living). Its a lesson I learned high over Pa ri s, and one I will always r emember. H appy New Year.RevelationF rom page A3

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be hosting a AP Pirates A cademy informational meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 17 at 6 p.m. in the schools auditorium. F or more information, email Amy Evans, academy director, at evans.amy@brevar dschools.org West Shore J unior/Senior High School open enrollment meeting: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and W ednesday, Jan. 17-18, at W est Shore Junior-Senior H igh School, 250 Wildcat Alley, Melbourne. The school will be hosting parent and student informational meetings about the school, curriculum, application and enrollment procedures. T ours of the school will be hosted Jan. 25-27. The tours are for prospective parents and/or students who may wish to visit the school. F or more information,call (321) 242-4730 or email kowing.Janice@brevardschools.org. Adult soccer league in M elbourne: W ednesday, Jan. 18. Wickham Park, Melbourne. The next Adult 6 vs. 6 soccer league (open, 30-plus and 40-plus divisions) will start Wed, Jan. 18 at Wickham Park. R ules being reviewed. S ubmit any positive suggestions/comments by email. T eam fee is $260 per team, payable to Brevard County Par ks & Recreation. Y ou can pay in person or by phone with a VISA, M aster Card, or Discover Ca rd at any South Area C ounty Community Center or at the Sarno Road administration office in M elbourne.You can also mail a check to the address below. This address for mailing is: Br evard County Parks & Re creation-South Area, 1515 Sar no Road, Building A, M elbourne, FL 32935 F or more information,call (321) 255-4400,email troy.cox@brevardparks.com or visit www.brevardparks.com/sou th. Big Kid Adventuresto head to Fellsmere for Frog Leg Festival: 3 p.m. Friday, J an. 20. Br evard County Parks & Re creations Big Kid Ad ventures has scheduled an outing to the Fellsmere Fr og Leg Festival for Friday, J an. 20. The festival features crafters, live entertainment and, of course, frog legs, along with other fare. Par ticipants will meet in the parking lot at Kiwanis I sland Park, 951 Kiwanis I sland Park Road, Merritt I sland, with departure at 3 p .m. and return at 9:30 p.m. The fee is $15, which includes transportation. B ig Kid Adventures is a monthly nature field trip program for adults offered through the Central Area of Br evard County Parks & Re creation. F or additional information and to pre-register,call the R otary Park Nature Center at (321) 455-1385. Adult Heartsaver CPR C ourse: 9 a.m. to noon. Sa turday, Jan. 21. Satellite B each Fire Department, 1089 S. Patrick Drive, S atellite Beach. The American Heart Association two-year certification costs $35, which includes a certification card. Instructional books are available for $15. Classes are held at the S atellite Beach Fire Department. To signup or for questions, call (321) 773-4405,Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m.and 5 p.m. Birds of Preyexhibition r eturns to Brevard Zoo: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and S unday, Jan. 20-22. Brevard Zo o, 8225 N. Wickham Road, M elbourne. Br evard Zoo will host a two-day special exhibit featuringimpressive birds of prey Saturday and S unday, Jan. 21-22, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. The exhibit, called The R aptor Project, will feature 15-20 raptors from all over the world, plus a chance to see a few take flight and learn about these amazing birds from master falconer and wildlife rehabilitator for more than 40 years, J onathan Wood. Mr. Wood will host two shows each day at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. inside the Nyami N yami River Lodge. Mr. Woods collection includes eagles, hawks, falcons and owls, representative from every habitat on the planet, including the arctic, desert, rainforest, w etlands, prairie, woodlands and tundra. Although many of his flock have permanent handicaps barring them from re-entry into the wild, these flaws are hard to detect. Today they have been tamed and trained as charming ambassadors of the species. Mr. Wood and his wife. S usan, travel the country bringing insight to audiences on the world of r aptors, producing over 500 programs annually in major cities across America. F or more information on The Raptor Project,please visit www.raptorproject.com, and for more information on the zoos two-day exhibit, please call (321) 254-9453. Florida Historical So ciety Discover Florida Ser ies: 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21. Library of Florida H istory, 435 Brevard Ave., H istoric Cocoa Village. The Florida Historical S ociety will host author Vir ginia Lynn Moylan S aturday, Jan. 21, at 2 p.m. in the Library of Florida H istory in Historic Cocoa Village. Ms. Moylan will discuss her book Zora Neale H urstons Final Decade. Ms. Moylan holds a master of arts degree in multicultural education and has taught English and literature in Palm Beach County for more than 20 years. In addition to her teaching and writing accomplishments, she is an engaging speaker and a founding member of Zora Fest, a cultural festival that celebrates the life and works of Zo ra N eale Hurston in Fort Pierce. The lecture starts at 2 p.m. and is free and open to the public. Discussion and re freshments follow the lecture. F or more information about the Florida Historical S ociety and the Discover F lorida Series, contact membership@myfloridahistory.org F riday, January 6, 2012 A10 MelbourneHometown News CalendarF rom page A5

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Melbourne C OOL FROZEN DRINKS WINE & BEERLIVE MUSIC WEEKENDS Indoor/Outdoor Dining Open 6 Days Lunch & Dinner S eating: 11am 10pm Tue-Sat 11am 9pm Sun CLOSED MONDAYI ntracoastal m.m. 101 www.BonefishWillys.net 2459 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne 321-253-8888 Br ing This Ad and Get$5.00 OFFthe purchase of two dinner entrees and two beveragesE xp. 1/13/12Carryouts A vailable Carryouts A vailable FREEWiFi Every Sunday All DayWhole Maine Lobster, Clam & Mussel Boil Whole Maine Lobster, Clam, Shrimp & Mussel Boil Players Club Arcade1935 Aurora Rd. Melbourne 255-7781 $5 Match Play ALLDAY EVERYDAYNO Coupon Necessary Customers say "MORE JACKPOTS MORE OFTEN!"$20 Gets you $2 FREEPLAY All Day, Everyday FREE Wheel Spin If You Are Here At 10amSun Thurs 9am-1am FriSat 9am-2amBingo every Mon & Wed 6pm & 8pm Spin the wheel every Tues & Thurs 8pm & 10pm Smoking Permitted Players Club ArcadeEnjoy Your PleasureAnd Our Hospitality Customers say "MORE JACKPOTS MORE OFTEN!" NEW ARCADE TOURNAMENTFRIDA Y 7:00-10:30pmTUES. THURS. SA T 1:00 pm 3:30 pm NOWOPEN!Live Music on Fridays!$7 Pitcher for Monday Night Football! Charlie &JakesBar-B-Que Grill2725 Minton Road, W. Melbourne321-345-4441T ired of the Holidays? Stop in & get your first draft, wine or well liquor on us.Must present HTNCoupon. Expires 1/13/12 Out & about The Space Coast S ymphony Orchestra opens 2012 with a rousing N ew Years concert on Jan. 6 and 8. In addition to r ousing waltzes, polkas, mazurkas and marches, the concert will feature three area tenors performing vocal works from opera and musical theater. K yle Knappenberger is one of the singers. The first thing you notice about him on the telephone is his very deep voice. It appears that one of the three tenors is actually a bass. While he may not be a tenor, he certainly has the talent. Mr. Knappenberger grew up in Rockledge and attended Cocoa Beach H igh Schools International Baccalaureate program. He studied music and voice at Stetson University and received a masters degree in music from the U niversity of Houston. The singer won the G iffin Vocal Competition and Stetson Concerto competition while in college and performed with the Moores Opera Pr ogram at the University of Houston. He has sung a wide variety of operatic r oles and sung oratorios including Faures Requiem and Bachs St. J ohns Passion. Mr. Knappenberger was still putting his program together at press time, but he was certain of one song. I ll sing Ol Man River, he said. Its the bass national anthem. The singer met Aaron C ollins, director of the S pace Coast Symphony, last fall. I had read about the symphony and saw they we re doing a lot of performances, Mr. Knappenberger said. I asked if they wanted to bring me on. Mr. Knappenberger, who is working at for a tech service group, is happy to be performing in his home county. I m y oung, he said. I wanted to start small and work through the career arc, moving through larger and larger gigs. Im actually looking to be a faculty member at Stetson or one of the other universities. P erforming is wonderful, but I have a real desire to teach music theory and music history. My goal is to have a stable job and give myself the ability to perform. I like the relaxed pace of life here. Mr. Collins, the groups director, said that this will be a fun concert. The Three Tenors concert will feature two tenors and a baritone. The concert will be styled around the New Years concerts that are held in V ienna each year, but with the addition of the three soloists. The concert will feature several popular waltzes, polkas and marches, mostly from the catalogue of Johann Str auss. The majority of the concert will be centered on the soloists, who include Gary Parr and a tenor Mr. Collins is keeping under wraps. They will sing both classical and popular works, including Some Enchanted Evening, D anny Boy, If I Loved Yo u and The Impossible Dr eam from the popular genre. Then well have works from the classical genre like Ave Maria, Gia il soledel Gange and La Donna e Mobile. It s a wonderful opportunity to hear fine singers and lively orchestral music. It may even be an enchanted evening. The Space Coast Symphony presents The Three T enors on Jan.6 at Trinity E piscopal Church,2365 Pine Ave.,Vero Beach at 7 p .m.The concert will be re peated on Jan.8 at 3 p.m. at Holy Trinity Episcopal A cademy Auditorium in M elbourne at 3 p.m. T ickets are $20.Call (321) 536-8580 for tickets or visit the website www.spacecoast symphony.org.First Friday Art Walk in Eau Gallie Arts DistrictOn Friday, Jan. 6, 5:30-8:30 p.m., the Eau Gallie Arts District will hold its monthly First Friday Art Walk. Art studios, galleries, museums, shops and restaurants in the Eau Gallie Arts District remain open late for a free art walk, featuring exhibition openings, demonstrations, refreshments and live music. In addition, area artists set up in Eau Gallie Square and the band Arnie Southern and The Deltaholics will perform in the Eau Gallie Square band shell. T he Eau Gallie area of Melbourne was recently designated as the Arts District of Melbourne and a Florida Main Street Community. T he district includes the Brevard Art Museum, administrative offices of the Brevard Symphony Orchestra and Junior League of South Brevard, the Historic Rossetter House Museum and Gardens, the Eau Gallie Riverfront Library, Eau Gallie Civic Center, two public parks, band shell and a newly rebuilt fishing pier. E GAD contains art galleries, art supply stores, artist studios, a B&B and many small merchants and restaurants. T he Eau Gallie Farmers Market is held each Saturday in Eau Gallie Square Park from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. T he city of Melbourne has rezoned a residential area within EGAD such that artists may establish studios in their homes, providing a special enclave for working artists. T he Eau Gallie Arts District is in the area between U.S. Highway 1 and the Eau Gallie Causeway in Melbourne. F or more information, call (321) 7520463 or email info@eaugalliearts.com.Musical Journey Around the WorldT he Space Coast Pops Orchestra presents A Musical Journey Around the W orld for the first concert of its 26th Annual Season Subscription Series at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 7, at the Merritt Island First Baptist Church on S.R. 520 and Courtenay Parkway, 140 Magnolia A ve., Merritt Island. Conductor and music director Richard Hayman will direct the Pops Orchestra. Mr. Hayman is the icon of Pops arranging and was the arranger for the Boston Pops Orchestra for more than 30 years. T he Pops will play selections he has arranged from motion pictures and Broadway shows, some related to the music of different cultures. F eatured soloists Joan Taddie and Mark Nelson will bring the culture of music from foreign countries when singing both as soloists and also in duet form. Ms. Taddie will sing solo Maybe This T ime from Cabaret, and Mr. Nelson with solo with Maria from West Side Story. T he two will sing Make Believe from Show Boat and a medley from Kiss Me Kate. Single concert tickets are $20 for general admission at advance at ticket outlets and $3 extra at the door. Call (321) 632-7445 for more information, ticket outlet locations and single concert reserved seat tickets. Baja Tavern and Eats: The Tropical Yuppies will play 5-9 p.m. Sunday. The S upercats will play 5-9 p.m. Thursday. The Baja is at 626 G len Cheek Drive, Port C anaveral. F or more information,call (321) 7991616. Beach Shack: The D anny Morris Band will play 8 p.m. to midnight S aturday. Sunnyland Steve will lay 4-8 p.m. Wednesday. The Beach Shack is at 1 M inutemen Causeway, C ocoa Beach. F or more information,call (321) 7832250 Cocoa Beach Pier: The Tr opical Yuppies will play 610 p.m. Thursday. Cocoa B each Pier is at 401 Meade Ave ., Cocoa Beach. For more information,call (321) 783-7549. Crickets: All Walks of Life will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday. Crickets is at 1942 N. Wickham Road, M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2429280. Djons Steak and Lobster House: The Red Sh ow Tr io will play 7 p.m. to midnight Friday and S aturday (New Years Eve). J ulia Bullock will play 6 p .m. to closing Sunday and Thursday. Djons is at 522 O cean Ave., Melbourne B each. F or more information,call (321) 722-2737. Dog NBone British P ub: Rich Deems will play 9 p .m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. The Dog N Bone is at 9 Stone S t., Cocoa Village. F or more information,call (321) 6362828. Doubles Beachside Tiki Bar: M ike and Mikey will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. Doubles is at 1894 S. Patrick Dr ive, Indian Harbour B each. F or more information,call (321) 773-5341. Getaway Martini Bar & Lounge: K evin Ray will play 5:30-9 p.m., and Highway 1 will play 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fr iday. Strobe-Lite will play 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. The Getaway is at 7720 N. Wi ckham Road, Unit 10, M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2550052. Grills Riverside: Per fect T uesday will play at 7:30 p .m. Friday. Chain Reaction will play at 7:30 p.m. S aturday. The Tree Frogs will play at 2 p.m. Sunday. Ir is will play at 5 p.m. W ednesday. Johnny Danger will play at 5 p.m. Thursday. STAR SCOPESJames Tucker W eek of 1-6-2012 Aries-March 21-April 19Count your blessings. This is a New Year. The past one has g iven both challenges and blessings. This year will be better with the rewards outweighing the challenges. Make an accounting on a regular basis about how much good is coming your way and you will increase the odds of success and put them in your favor.T aurus-April 20-May 20Making wise decisions based on your instincts will keep you focused on the main issues that need to be addressed. Y ou are at your best when you follow your heart not the head. Stay firm in your basic beliefs. Others around you may not always agree, but they will respect you for your firm resolve. Gemini-May 21-June 21Y ou are a creative free spirit. Use your powerful gift of communicating when life gets sticky or begins to slow down. Be sure to make quality time for yourself each week and keep your mental batteries charged. The beginning of the year is no time to start feeling burned out. Strong concentration on your main objectives will bring positive results.Cancer-June 22-July 22T his will be a good year for you. You are more relaxed, your mind is clear, your heart is open and your visions are strong. This balanced life will help you expand your goals and help them grow earlier than usual. It's good to see you taking better care of yourself. You are well known for taking care of everyone else first. L eo-July 23-Aug. 22Y ou have the power of positive influence like few others. W hy? Because of your fiery nature. You get a good idea and you put it into action. Two thousand eleven will be a year of continued action and many new adventures. Your good nature and encouragement is a large part of your success. It's part of your natural leadershipVirgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22Y ou have done a lot of healing, changing and growing the past year. The key to success is to get a second wind when you begin to tire and use it to help you finish your projects in a timely manner. YourSee S CENE, B3 See SCOPES, B3 Br evard CountyEntertainmentSECTIONB FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 2012Dining &Three soloists add to New Years concertClub Scene Photo courtesy of Kyle KnappenbergerKyle Knappenberger is one of the soloists when the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra presents its Three T enors concert Jan. 6 and 8.See OUT, B2By Shelley KoppelEntertainment writer

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To W rite Love On Her ArmsNonprofit organization To W rite Love on Her Arms has announced the date of its annual Heavy and Light event to be held at 6:30 p.m. Saturday Jan. 7, at the House of Blues in Orlando. An evening of songs, conversation and hope will feature Chris Carrabba of Dashboard Confessional, David Bazan of Pedro The Lion, W illiam Fitzsimmons, Mariah McManus, Noah Gundersen, the return of spoken word poet Anis Mojgani, as well as speaking by TWLOHA founder Jamie Tworkowski and others In addition, everyone who attends the show is given a list of local (counseling and treatment) resources. In previous years, the event has hosted acoustic performances by Jon Foreman, Dustin K ensrue, Mat Kearney, Aaron Gillespie, Bryce Avary, Stephen Christian, Anthony Raneri, A aron Marsh, Zach Williams, Josh Moore and Damion Suomi. T he events name comes from Our hearts are heavy and light. We laugh and scream and sing. Our hearts are heavy and light, which T workowski wrote in response to the death of Hawthorne Heights guitarist Casey Calvery in 2007. Cost is $17 for general admission in advance and $22 general admission at the door. Tickets can be purchased at http://wrt.lv/sTlZg5. The House of Blues Orlando, Downtown Disney, 1490 E. Buena Vista Drive, Lake Buena Vista. F or more information, call (407) 934-BLUE (2583). To W rite Love on Her Arms is a nonprofit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide. TWL OHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery. Since its start in 2006, they have donated more than $900,000 directly into treatment and recoveryand have answered more than 160,000 emails from more than 100 countries. F or more information on TWL OHA, please go to www.twloha.com. Night Sounds concert at the inletT he Florida Department of Environmental Protections Sebastian Inlet State Park will hold the Night Sounds concert series 7-9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 7. Hosted by the Friends of Sebastian Inlet State Park, the concert will showcase Velveeta Underground. Jim Wegman and Don Austin are known as Velveeta Underground. V elveeta Underground has a cultural catalogue of cover tunes that spans across the country with plenty of pit stops at the crossroad and along the slow curves. T heir music intertwines classic rock, country, blues and folk on a journey through the past. T he concert will take place at the pavilions on Coconut P oint, located on the south side of Sebastian Inlet. The concert is free with regular park entry fees. Sebastian Inlet State Park is at 9700 S. Highway A1A Melbourne Beach. To view the music of V elveeta Underground, visit www.youtube.com/watch?v=k ElfgSQGJpw. F or more information about the concert, please call (321)984-4852 or visit www.floridastateparks.org/seb astianinlet. Ministry musical revue at St. MarksNew Beginnings, a residential transitional program for women coming out of incarceration, will present a musical revue 7-9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 7 at St. Marks United Methodist Church, 20 30 N. Highway A1A, Indialantic. T he revue will be directed and coordinated by James Boone, director of arts at St. Marks. F ree refreshments will be served during the intermission Tickets cost $10 each and will be available at the door or may be ordered by phoning the church office at (321) 7730721. F or more information regarding the ministry, call Milly Childress at (321) 6932 732.Three Tenors come to MelbourneBells will still be ringing in Brevard when the Space Coast S ymphony presents New Y ears with the Three Tenors on Sunday,Jan.8,at 3 p.m. at the Scott Center for the Per forming Arts at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy in north Melbourne. T he Scott Center auditorium is located off the Pineda Causeway at 5625 Holy Trinity Drive. Styled after the traditional V iennese New Years concerts, T he Space Coast Symphony Orchestra will perform popular works, including waltzes, polkas, mazurkas and marches. Joining the orchestra will be three tenors to sing arias from beloved operas, as well as favorites from 20th century musical theatre. A dvance tickets may be purchased online for $20 at www.SpaceCoastSymphony.or g or by calling (321) 5368580. T icket outlets include A Floral Affair in Merritt Island, Art Expressions in Eau Gallie, Blue Sky Insurance in Cocoa V illage and Tropical Realty of Suntree. T ickets at the door are an additional $5. Students 18 and younger will be admitted free. F or those unable to afford the price of general admission, the new SCSO Symphony for Everyone program will provide discounted tickets to anyone wishing to attend the symphony performance. See details at www.SpaceCoastSymphony.or g. F or information about the Space Coast Symphony 2012 performing season and ticketing, please visit www.SpaceCoastSymphony.or g or call (321) 536-8580.Jack Smink and the LST Band at the King CenterJack Smink will present the Elvis Birthday Bash at 7 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 8, at the King Center for the Performing Arts in Melbourne. Cost is $30. T he King Center is at 3865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. Fo r tickets, call (321) 2422219. F riday, January 6, 2012 B2 MelbourneHometown News OPEN COCKPIT ADVENTURE!Romantic Sunset Flights Scenic Beach Rides Aerial tours of the KSC & Space Coast www.FloridaBiplanes.comMerritt Island Airport 321-392-4125 Carries up to 2 Passengers Gift Certificates Available Online! 321-724-1741 Great Food Raffle Sales Live Music Crafts Kids Games Rock ClimbingSponsors: Subaru of Palm Bay, Hynes Properties, Courtyard by Marriott, WMEL-AM 920, Melbourne International Airport, the City of Melbourne, Matthew Bronson Century 21, Satellite Beach Lions Club, The Groove Smooth Jazz Radio GREATFAMILY ENTERTAINMENTFRIDAYJANUARY13, 2012 DANCININTHESTREETS! DANCININTHESTREETS! FREE P ARKING FREE P ARKINGEXTENDED HOURS 610 pm EXTENDED HOURS 610 pm 7032 Stadium Pkwy Viera,FL32940(321) 504-7776www.durangolf.com Thursday,January 12th6:00 pm on the Par 3 Course"Tuffer Tees.Tuffer Pins. Only the Tuffest Man Will Win!" "Tuffer Tees.Tuffer Pins. Only the Tuffest Man Will Win!" 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Grills Riverside is at 6075 Nor th U.S. Highway 1, M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 242-8999. Hangover Lounge: L una Pearl will play at 9 p .m. Friday. The Hangover Lounge is at 671 Washburn Road, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 610-3917. Ichabods Dockside: J on Parrot will play 8-11 p .m. Friday. Ichabods Dockside is at 2210 Front S t., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 952-9532. Lous Blues: M edusa will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Saturday. The Queen B ees will play 2-6 p.m., and Marc Dobson will play 7-11 p.m. Sunday. No D iving will play 8 p.m. to midnight Tuesday. A bsolute Blue will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. W ednesday. Spanks Band will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday. Lous Blues is at 3191 N. Highway A1A, I ndialantic. F or more information,call (321) 779-2299. Main Street Pub: Red T ide will play 7-11 p.m. Fr iday. Main Street Pub is at 705 E. New Haven Ave., M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 723-7811. Millikens Reef: All A bout Nothing will play 510 p.m. Saturday. Saxc A ppeal will play 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., and Fast Forward and Bottoms Up will play 2-7 p.m. Sunday. Ted V illarreal will play 5-9 p.m. W ednesday. Millikens is at 683 Dave Nisbet Drive, Po rt C anaveral. F or more information,call (321) 783-0100. Oh Shucks: The John Q uinlivan Band, Heartbreaker, will play 6-10 p .m. Friday. Oh Shucks is at 401 Meade Ave. (Cocoa B each Pier), Cocoa Beach. F or more information,call (321) 783-4050. Pineda Inn: K eith K oelling will play 7-11 p .m. Sunday. The Pineda I nn is at 6355 North U.S. H ighway 1 (U.S. 1 and S untree Boulevard), R ockledge/Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 751-5311. Riverside Bar and Gr ill: S panks Band will play 8 p.m. to midnight S aturday. Tammy Paoletti and James Gang will play 4-8 p.m. Sunday. The Riverside Bar and Grill is at 4720 Dixie Highway N.E., Palm Bay. F or more information,call (321) 574-0520. Sebastian Beach Inn: S ebastian Beach Inn Jam N ight is at 8:30 p.m. Fr iday. Karl Hudson will play at 2 p.m. Sunday. The S ebastian Beach Inn is at 7035 S. Highway A1A, M elbourne Beach. For more information,call (321) 728-4311. Shady Oaks Lounge: S teve Cowden and The Last Chance Band will play 9 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Fr iday and Saturday. Steve Cow den will also play 7-11 p .m. Tuesday. The Shady Oa ks is at 650 S. Babcock, P alm Bay. F or more information,call (321) 727-7004. desire and visions are focused and strong. Stay on this edge. Y our life will be so magical that it will surprise even you.Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22Y ou have created many new exciting changes in life. Your spirit is strong and your attitude is positive. Keep your life tools honed and sharp. The main one is balance. You are our leader in this area. You have the patience, faith and trust in spirit. Stay focused on your passions and get ready for an exciting ride all year.Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21Y our self-confidence is growing. You worry less. You live a day at a time. You are happier. W hy? Because you continue to release the past and plan for the future. You are creating your own reality. You are a player in the game of life, not a spectator. The greatest is your open heart to receive and give love. In the game of life you are a winner.Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21W here do you get all the energ y? You amaze your friends. Y ou have a never-ending supply of determination. You know what you want. You usually get what you desire. T he key for stamina is to pace yourself. Make a list of your top priorities every day, and take care of the most important ones first. Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19Y ou have a rare universal blessing. This gives you a highly-focused mirror into your own inner universe. The greatest thing you could do would be to meditate every day and listen closely to this rare guidance. Then, take action to create a great reality in the days and months ahead.Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18F ew can keep up with you at the beginning of the year. Your sign is coming up next. The anticipation and joy of achievement is the fuel that fires your soul. The timing is perfect to launch your new projects. Your hard work has paid off. Nothing can stop you.Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20It is time to show gratitude every day. Say this out loud every day. "I am continually fed by the unlimited good in the universe. I am thankful for my many friends who bring me great joy and love. I see good in everyone I meet. I am thankful when they see it in me. My heart is filled to overflowing. Thank you, universe." www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 6, 2012 Melbourne B3 $2 OFF$2 OFFAny Order of $699or higherNot To Be Used With Any Specials.Exp.1/8/12Breakfast Served ALL DAY!Breakfast Served ALL DAY! Wi-Fi A vailable! Now Serving Beer &Wine 8 oz. Steak, bread, soup or salad, and two sides.NYStrip Steak Lunch Special $799Midtown Restaurant24 S. Babcock St. Melbourne321-956-6685 Open Monday thru Saturday 7 am-3pm $1295$7.95Every Day1600 S. 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Hello smart shoppers. This week were gonna make some delicious meals with leftover turkey. F irst, lets get even smarter by learning what cooking terms mean with my cook-a-cabulary, a vocabulary about cooking. Alphabetically speaking, here we go! BASTE: to moisten food while cooking with pan drippings to prevent dryness. BLANCH: to precook in steam or boiling water to r emove skin or to prepare food for canning or freezing. BLEND: to thoroughly mix ingredients with an electric mixer or a whisk until smooth. BRAISE: to cook slowly in a little liquid with the pan tightly covered. BREAD: to coat with breadcrumbs before cooking. BROIL: to cook by direct heat under the broiler of a stove. BUT TERFLY: to split foods horizontally, such as chicken breasts or meat, without separating the sections then laying flat. CARAMELIZE: to melt sugar slowly over low heat until it becomes brown in color. To caramelize onions the same process is followed using a little shortening or water until they become lightly golden and translucent. CO AT : to cover foods with crumbs, flour or batter before cooking. DREDGE: pressing food firmly into seasoned flour to coat heavily. FOLD: to add ingredients gently, such as folding in beaten egg whites by placing a spatula down into the mixture at the side of the bowl scraping along the bottom then coming up and ov er turning the bowl often until well incorporated. GLAZE: to brush a mixture over top of food to give it a shine or hard finish. KNEAD: to work dough with the heel of your hand in a pressing and folding motion. PUREE: to convert food into a liquid or paste using a blender, food processor or food mill. REDUCE: to boil a mixture to evaporate liquid so it becomes thicker. SCORE:to cut narrow criss-cross slits on each side of meat or poultry without cutting through. Any more questions? Ca n t you feel yourself getting smarter by the minute? Enjoy. Next week its turkey soup. LE LE F F T T OVE OVE R TU R TU R R KE KE Y Y O O R C R C H H I I C C KE KE N C N C U U R R RY RY ser ser ves 4 to 6, ves 4 to 6, regular or low fat regular or low fat This curry is a simple var iation of the real thing. It is a winner and takes almost no time to prepare. 1/2-cup each finely chopped onion and celery 1 tablespoon canola oil or water 2 cups chicken broth, homemade or canned 1/2-cup tomato sauce 1/2-cup water 1/2-teaspoon Worcestershire sauce Se veral sprigs fresh Italian parsley, chopped, or 1 tablespoon dried S alt and pepper 1 teaspoon to 1 tablespoon curry powder, depending on how strong a flavor you want 3 to 4 cups cooked turkey or chicken, cut up 1/4-cup flour 3 to 4 cups cooked rice or noodles C ooked broccoli spears Lightly brown onion and celery in oil, adding water if necessary. Add broth, r eserving 1/2 cup, tomato sauce, water, a little salt and pepper, Worcestershire sauce, parsley and curry powder. Cook, covered, about 10 minutes. Add turkey; cook 10 minutes longer. Shake remaining broth with flour and add to the pot, stirring until thickened, adding more water or flour and water if necessary. Se rv e in individual dishes or any way you choose. Try broccoli spears over rice or noodles, then ladle on the curry. M M O O C C K TU K TU R R KE KE Y O Y O R R C C H H I I C C KE KE N D N D IV IV AN AN regular or low fat regular or low fat Leftover turkey or chicken Leftover gravy Fresh or frozen broccoli, cooked C ooked medium or wide noodles* Thaw cooked poultry; let sit out one hour to reach r oom temperature. Thaw gravy, bring to a boil; whisk to reconstitute. A dd cut up poultry; heat though. Serve in individual au-gratin dishes, topping a serving of noodles with a couple of broccoli spears, turkey and gravy. Beware of noodles. If their first name is egg, theyre high in fat and cholesterol. Use no-yolk noodles instead. Season with salt and pepper and a little butter substitute. G G R R AN AN D D MA MA S I S I C C E E B B O O X C X C AKE AKE ser ser ves 6 or more ves 6 or more regular or low fat regular or low fat I bet most of you remember grandmas icebox cake. Now by following my lead, y ou can make it low fat. R emember, pudding is Squid Lips: The John Q uinlivan Band will play 711 p.m. Saturday and 6:3010 p.m. Thursday with the acoustic jam. Squid Lips is at 1477 Pineapple Ave., M elbourne. F or more information,call (321)2593101. Wynfields Sports Bar: W ednesday night is jam night with the Bone Dogs 8:30-11:30 p.m. Wynfields is at 190 Highway A1A, S atellite Beach. F or more information,call (321) 7738460. F riday, January 6, 2012 B4 MelbourneHometown News FOREVERSOULSOULFOOD V alentine's Dinner for 2 Special!Includes: T -Bone Steaks, Baked Potatoes, Salad and 1 Bottle of Wineonly $35002242 Sarno Rd, Melbourne, FL32935 321-610-3955 JASONSPRODUCE MARKET Asian Products W holesale &RetailF ood Stamps 3290 W. New Haven Ave W. 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Melbourne New Year Specials! 8,800 acre working cattle ranch & wildlife sanctuary 3 Hour Tourwith Light Refreshment $4695 p/p+tax4 Hour Tourwith BBQ Rib &Chicken $6103 p/p+tax Susan Hawkins(321) 242-1013Y our Melbourne Hometown News Advertising ConsultantF OR A HIGHQUALITY, LOW COST,E FFECTIVE AD PLEASE CALL:She can take care of all your advertising needs! 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. Melbourne(Located inside Americas Best Value Inn &Suites)321-768-8439*One Time Per Day Per Person Expires 1/31/12 1st $20 every 24 hrs No Other Offers Apply Cooking terms and leftover turkey ROMANCING THE STOVEwith the Grammy Guru ARLENE BORG SceneF rom page B3 See GRAMMY, B8

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Arts notesHot Coffee the Movie at the Henegar CenterH ot Coffee the Movie Is J ustice Being Served? Seinfeld mocked it. Letterman r anked it in his Top 10 list. And more than 15 years later, its infamy continues. Ev eryone knows the M cDonalds coffee case. It has been routinely cited as an example of how citizens have taken advantage of Americas legal system, but is that a fair r endition of the facts? H ot Coffee reveals what r eally happened to Stella Liebeck, the Albuquerque woman who spilled coffee on herself and sued McDonalds, while exploring how and why the case garnered so much media attention, who funded the effort and to what end. After seeing this film, you will decide who really profited from spilling hot coffee. Br ought to you by the Space C oast Progressive Alliance, H ot Coffee the Movie Is J ustice Being Served? will be at the Henegar Center in Melbourne 6:30-9 p.m. Thursday, J an. 5. It is free and open to the public. The Henegar Center is at 625 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne. F or more information, visit www.spacecoastprogressivealliance.org/joomla/.Opening reception, Eau Gallie SquaresThe Fifth Avenue Art G allery will be presenting the opening reception of its member show Eau Gallie Squares, 5:30-8 p.m. Friday, J an. 6. All work will be in 12-inch, 24-inch, or 36-inch squares in different mediums representing a wide variety of subject matter. The inspiration in the area is unlimited. V isit with the artists as you peruse the artwork and enjoy light refreshments. The reception is free and open to the public. Afterward, continue your stroll down the street to enjoy dinner and other shops, galleries, as well as the museum in Eau Gallie. The exhibit runs Jan. 6-31. The Fifth Avenue Art G allery is artist-owned and operated. The gallery is at 1470 Highland Ave., in the Eau Gallie Arts District of Melbourne, across the street from the Br evard Museum of Art. F or more information,call (321) 259-8261 or visit www.fifthavenueartgallery.co m.Motion machine quilting at Art Gallery of VieraLearn the basic skills to make machine quilting successful and fun. S ewing machine with a free motion or darning foot is re quired. C ost is $20 per class. An optional kit is available for each class, or you can bring y our own supplies. Class size is limited to eight students, so register early. There is a discount if you register for all three classes. The first class is 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Jan. 7:Free M otion Doodling: Learn how to achieve the correct tension, how to move the fabric and play with easy designs. S upplies needed are four 20-inch muslin squares, two 20-inch pieces of cotton batting, fabric basting spray and contrasting thread.(Optional kit includes all but thread for $10.) The second class is 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Jan. 14:Quilting on the Lines: Learn various methods to transfer a design to your fabr ic and practice sewing your design. (Same supplies are r equired with optional kit available for $10.) The third class is 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Jan. 21: Quilt y our Fabric Design: Using a large print fabric or panel, yo u ll learn to follow the motif for creative quilting. S upplies needed aretwo 16to 20-inch squares of large print fabric or panels, two muslin pieces the same size and two pieces of cotton batting the same size, complimentary thread that works with your fabric. (Optional kit includes everything, including thread. C ost is $15.) Pre-registration with payment is required. The Art Gallery of Viera is at 2271 Town Center Ave., Suite 101, Viera. F or more information or to r egister,contact Dij Pacarro at quilterdij@earthlink.net or call (321) 806-5550. Art of Giving special show and fundraiserThe Art Gallery of Viera at www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 6, 2012 Melbourne B5 Answers located in Classified Section BESTPRICESOFTHEYEAR! BESTPRICESOFTHEYEAR!LIMITEDTIMEOFFER!1 YEARSAMEASCASH WITH APPROVEDCREDITLIMITEDTIMEOFFER!1 YEARSAMEASCASH WITH APPROVEDCREDITSoothing Mind, Body &Spirit1871 W. New Haven Avenue, W. Melbourne,FL(1 block east of Barnes &Noble)321-728-0441 321-914-0910www.FloridaHotSpring.comSpas ChemicalsFurniture Grills Locator Line. Shopping Line321.727.8062 See ARTS, B6

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Officers of the Alter and Rosary Society at the Holy Family Traditional Roman Catholic Church are (l to r): Judy Kitchen, Alice Costen, Claire Beaudry, The Rev. F ather James Lockwood, P at Lankenau, Annette Bernard and Barbara Dirk. The society sponsors raffles and bake sales for the projects at Holy Family. Photo courtesy of The Rosary SocietyThe Avenue has a very special show planned for the month of January. Fr iend and talented member, Melissa Brooks, has hodgkins lymphoma. More than 50 local professional artists have donated their artwork to enable the gallery to hold a fundraiser on Melissas behalf. Ev en better, the gallery is taking no commission on this art, instead discounting the prices 35 percent as an incentive to the public to support the cause. All of the proceeds will go directly to Ms. Brooks. The show will run Jan. 9 through Feb. 4. We hope you will join us 6-9 p .m. Jan. 14 at the reception for this special show. Pizza Gallery is providing appetizers and a cash bar. There will be live music and a chance to meet the artists. Ms. Brooks will be the featured artist of the month in J anuary, so the public will be treated to a special display of her work as well. The Art Gallery of Viera is at 2250 Town Center Ave., The Av enue Viera. Fo r more information,call (321) 536-7773 or email BobbiQBrown@hotmail.com. Rehearsals start for Community ChorusThe Brevard Community Chorus will begin rehearsing for its spring concert as part of the 2011-12 performing season on Tuesday, Jan. 10, at 7 p.m. in Room 160 Building 9, on the Melbourne campus of Brevard Community College on Wickham Road in M elbourne. S imple auditions will be held over several weeks following the first rehearsal Jan. 10. Past singing experience is r equired and the ability to r ead music proficiently is highly desired. The Brevard Community Chorus spring concert is scheduled for Saturday, May 5 at 7:30 p.m. at the King Center for the Performing Arts in M elbourne. Ca ll (321) 608-8087 for more information. F riday, January 6, 2012 B6 MelbourneHometown News AFFORDABLE Pr ivate Apartments & Suites (all utilities except telephone included) Starting at $1850 Separate,Secured Memory Care Starting at $2850 Three Delicious Home Cooked Meals per day Plus Snacks and Beverages Weekly Housekeeping Including Personal and Flat Laundry,Ironing Complimentary Lunch with TourBethesda Senior CareIndependent,Assisted,Secure Memory Care2800 Fordham Rd.NE,Palm Bay,FL 32905321-723-3288License # AL-4788 Scheduled Transportation to Shopping, Banking,Appointments,Church & Activities 24 hour Personal Care Assistance and Medication Management Emergency Response Systems Resident Safety Checks and Hourly Rounds Church on Premises 22 New Units NOW OPEN! F amily O wned & Operated JewelersHours: Mon-Fri 9am-6pm 4000 Dixie HWY NE (US1) Palm Bay321-725-3451 If your new bracelet is too loose Or your new ring too tight,No problem dont worryW ell size it just right! 725-3990251 Florida Ave. Melbourne www.MelbourneTerraceRehab.comInpatient & Outpatient Rehabilitation Services Inpatient &Outpatient Rehabilitation Stroke &Cardiac Recovery Pulmonary Therapy Infusion Therapy Wound Care Restorative Therapy Nutritional Therapy Lymphedema Therapy PainReduction Management Melbourne Terrace provides skilled rehabilitative services for those patients who require skilled needs in order to return to their prior level of function. QUALITYOILCHANGE& LUBE30/60/90 SCHEDULEDMAINTENANCEMAINTENANCETUNE-UP$1390*$17990*$2990* Change Oil (Up to 5 qts.10W30) Replace Filter *Lubricate chassis FREE Vehicle maintenance inspection Canister/Special Filters Extra Hazardous waste fee additional Maintenance tune-up New PCV filter, air filter & spark plugs (platinum addl) Lube, oil & filter Cooling system service w/new anti-freeze Transmission service (filter &Gasket addl) Tire rotation Clean &adjust brakes Repack wheel bearings BRAKESPECIAL$9990* MELBOURNE3970 W.New Haven Ave.321.409.9743Hours: M-F 8:00-6:00 Sat: 8:00-4:00WWW.ATLMELBOURNE.COM We H andle All Major Repairs Locally Owned & Operated Sponsoring raffles and bake sales ArtsF rom page B5

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Happy New Year everyone! I hope the holidays left you with pleasant memories and new-found promise for 2012. F or us, a successful year in golf may mean just getting out a few more times to play. It may mean a new set of irons or a trip to a course yo u ve longed to play. Per haps it means a careerbest round or one with an old friend or relative. Whatever it is, I hope that y ou find it. F or the more famous people in golf, I have a few predictions for 2012. While I am nowhere near as famous as Nostradamus, I hope I can be just a bit more accurate with my crystal ball. W ith that, here are my top predictions for 2012. In a move to increase his slipping chances of catching J ack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods petitions the powers-that-be at Augusta National to trim their invite list for The M asters to 18 players. S eeing as Tigers lone win in the last two years came at his own, limited-field event, he hopes the same-size field at Augusta will better his odds of winning at put him that much closer to Jacks r ecord for major wins. Alas, despite protests by Al S harpton and the Rev. Jessie J ackson outside Magnolia Lane, the Green Jackets will politely turn down Tigers r equest. While Tiger will be in the hunt, it will be Jason D ay who holds off Luke Donald to slip on the coat come weeks end. To which T iger will comment sorely, I wouldnt have even invited him. At the U.S. Open, we will witness the most tightly packed leaderboard in decades. With the Olympic Club playing to a mere 7,060 yards, nearly the entire field will find themselves in the hunt. N ot having to hit long irons and fairway woods into concrete-hard greens will help the short hitters stay in contention. I look for a short-but-accurate player to win this major. We may even see someone from the Champions Tour hoist the cup by nightfall on Fathers Day. On the flip side, I expect to see the youngest champion in history win a major on the ladies side of golf. Lexi Thompson will win a major this year and become the y oungest woman to do so by nearly a year. That is if Yani T seng cools off long enough for anyone other than her to win any tournament. At the Open Championship, Sergio Garcia will finally get that giant gorilla off his back. He will claim his first major in style beating the hottest youngster in golf, Rory McIlroy and the man everyone thought hed be rival to, T iger Woods, in a playoff at Ro yal Lytham & St. Annes. F or Garcia it will complete his career comeback that began with back-to-back wins on the European Tour late this past year. For Tiger, it will be his second near miss of the year, something that will begin to eat at him as the year progresses. At the years final major, we will see a shootout between no less than six 20somethings. In the end, Rickie Fowler will triumph. At his press conference after the tournament, he will show up sans hat and with a new haircut. I think we will see the demise of a fine man and golfer this year. Ernie Els putting woes will continue and he will go from the belly putter, to the long putter, to putting left-handed, to trying a wedge and then a hybrid in an effort to drop a putt. Els slipped from 42nd in putting in 2010 to 180th in 2011. Its difficult to stay competitive and even harder to stay positive when y ou cannot make a 3-foot putt. The final nail in the coffin for Els, and the beginning of a slide for others, will come when the Royal & Ancient actually bans the long putter. There is currently a rule limiting how short a putter may be. While its difficult to limit the overall length of a specific club, I expect to see the R&A make the swinging of a club by anchoring it to any spot on the body, other than the hands or the wrists, against the rules. With its usual aplomb, the USGA will wait another two years before implementing the same rule. F inally, we will see a mainstay of the U.S. Ryder C up team not make the squad. Sadly, Phil Mickelson, who has seen more than his fair share of mountains to climb, will slide out of the players qualifying for the team on points. Its unlikely that captain Davis Love III, will pick him with so many hot, y oung players to choose from. 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. Predictions for golf in 2012 GOLFJAMES STAMMER www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 6, 2012 Melbourne B7 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? 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The agency is awarding grants totaling $1,386,500 for student teams in 37 states to participate in FIRST, or For I nspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology. FIRST inspires students to pursue the technical careers of the future careers that will help America send humans to M ars and reveal the unknown. Each FIRST team r eceives an identical kit of parts and has six weeks to design and build a robot. O ther than dimension and w eight limitations and other technical restrictions, the look and function of the robot is up to each team. NASA volunteers support many teams throughout the process. The competition is structured like a professional athletic event, and teams compete in an arena the size of a small basketball court. This year, 45 regional competitions will take place in the U.S., along with four additional international competitions in Mar ch and April. F or more information, visit http://robotics.nasa.gov or http://robotics.arc.nasa.g o v/events/2012_sponsorship.php.Chambers Best Martini on the Melbourne CoastThe Melbourne Regional Chambers annual Martinis & Mistletoe event, held in early December, and presented by PNC Bank, was the setting for the B est Martini on the Melbourne Coast competition. Each year this holiday event features restaurants See NOTES, B8 V isit us at: www. .comOL

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and always has been fat free. By using fat-free milk or evaporated skim milk undiluted and fat-free topping you will have a fat and cholesterol-free dessert. T wo 4-serving packages chocolate pudding, cook and serve style, not instant, either regular or sugar-free 4 cups milk Graham crackers, regular or low fat Whipped cream or topping Pr epare pudding according to package directions. The microwave method is great, no pot to wash. P lace a layer of graham crackers in an 8-inch square pan. Top with half the pudding, crackers and then the rest of the pudding. Cr umble some crackers on top; refrigerate until cold. C ut in squares and serve with whipped cream. F or an autographed cookbook,Romancing The St ov e with the Grammy G uru,visit www.romancingthestove.net or e-mail arlene@romancingthestove. net. and bars engaged in a competition to see who can create the most exoticlooking and best-tasting martini. Once guests had sampled all of the creative variations of the traditional martini recipe from all 12 contestants, the ballots we re cast and revealed that The Melting Pots Love Mar tini was the handsdown favorite. Mo re than 250 attendees we re also treated to a holiday buffet, a Fox Janitorial dessert bar, coffees by Sunshine Coffee Service and presented with their own T win Rivers Insurance souvenir specialty martini glass, etched with the Martinis and Mistletoe logo. In addition to the martini competition, contenders put their creative talents into decorating their individual serving stations to vie for the Best Decorated award. S et against a background of hot pink, the Hilton Melbourne Oceanfronts A tlantic Blue Beach Bars iridescent white tree and sparkling dcor created a holiday winter wonderland that took the prize. The Melbourne Regional Chamber of East Central F lorida, with offices in M elbourne and Viera, was established in 1925 and is one of less than 70 chambers awarded the five-star accreditation by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber serves the business communities of M elbourne, Palm Bay, Indialantic, Indian Harbour B each, Malabar, Melbourne Beach, Melbourne V illage, Palm Shores, P atrick Air Force Base, S atellite Beach, Suntree, V iera, West Melbourne, Har mony and the unincorporated areas of South Breva rd C ounty. F or more information, call (321) 724-5400.Daily Bread is also a food bankM any in the community dont realize that Daily Br ead is not only a soup kitchen, it is also a food bank. The site on Morningside Dr ive is the warehouse where food is collected and then issued to 21 nonprofit agencies and pantries, which, in turn, provide the food to the hungry. The food is shared among the following partners: D aily Bread Soup Kitchen, S outh Brevard Sharing C enter, Ascension Social C oncerns Food Pantry, Salv ation Army, Brevard S enior Nutrition Program, Hi s Place Ministries Food P antry, Genesis House, Pr oject Response Pantry, Church of Christ Oceanside Food Pantry, Reddick Str eet Church of God Food P antry, Holy Name St. Vincent DePaul Society Food P antry, Our Lady of Grace St Vincent DePaul Society F ood Pantry, Melbourne Church of Christ Food P antry, Church on the Rock F ood Pantry, New Life Assembly of God Food P antry, Masters Workshop F ood Pantry, St. Pauls M ethodist Food Pantry, Se venth Dan Adventist F ood Pantry, Viet Nam and V eterans Food Pantry, Zion Church Food Pantry and J ohnson Outreach Food P antry. Par tners are added to the list throughout the year. F or more information, call (321) 773-2783,Ext. 124. 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P age 10How to keep from being bored P age 9Election y ear is loomingStories of boomers who are trying something newInsideReinventing y ourself A monthly publication celebrating the active lifestyle of Floridas boomers A monthly publication celebrating the active lifestyle of Floridas boomersBrevard County January 2012 Brevard County January 2012

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2January 2012FOREVER YOU NG Oaklawn Memorial Gardens2116 Garden St.,Titusville FL 32796 Ground Burial ~ Mausoleum Cremation ~ MemorializationT ogether ForeverFREE LUNCHEON SEMINAR Call for Reservations Now! North Brevard Funeral Home & Crematory 1450 Norwood Ave.,Titusville FL 32796Funeral ~ Cremation ~ Preplanning Information on advanced preplanning. Preplanning freezes your cost FOREVER, pre-need planning can save you $1000s. Expressed Wishes Planning Portfolio Free Cemetery and Funeral Cost Planning and Estimates.Since 1973, we have treated our customers like neighbors; because they are.Placing personal decisions in your hands 321-267-8751Do this together,dont leave it for family BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWS

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It s a new year and many of us have made resolutions. Some of us have already broken them. We may want to exercise more, eat better or lose weight. Per haps we want to reconnect with friends and family. Some of us may want to try something new. Thats our focus this month. In this issue of Forever Young, youll meet people who tried something they hadnt done before. In some cases it was exercising or taking up a sport. In other cases, it was a change in career or a new pursuit after retirement. Some of the people had physical limitations. Others had survived cancer and rethought their priorities. The common thread for all the stories is that it is never too late to try something new. It doesnt have to be a life-changing move. Sometimes its as simple as taking up bridge or ballroom dancing. All of the people interviewed for these pages have taken that first step, the hardest one of all. Most were apprehensive. M any were afraid theyd make fools of themselves. They decided not let that bother them. What they found was that challenging themselves kept them young, gave them confidence and made them feel better about themselves. We hope you will take that message to heart. If there is something youve always wanted to do, perhaps this is the year you give it a try. As a reminder, you can read all the stor ies in this months edition by visiting our w ebsite, www.hometownewsol.com. Click on the Forever Young symbol. You can follow your neighbors throughout the Space and Treasure Coast this way. We hope youll take the time to check them out and, as always, we welcome y our comments.3BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG Circulation Inquiries: 1-866-913-6397 or circulation@hometownnewsol.comV oted No. 1 Community Newspaper in America by the Association of Free Community Papers. Advertising Consultants Emily Eby, Georgia Gannon, Sherry Oliver, John Stoerback, Kim Pierce, Cynthia Prindle, Chuck StephensonPhone (321) 242-1013 F ax (321) 242-1281Classified (321) 242-0442Inside Sales Consultants Carol Deprey-Zelenak, Anna Vasquez, Debra SchroerBrevard CountyPublished monthly by Hometown News, L.C., 1102 South U.S. 1, Fort Pierce, FL 34950 Copyright 2011, Hometown News L.C.Steven E. Erlanger Publisher and C.O.O. Ve rnon D.Smith Managing Partner Lee Mooty General Manager Phil Galdys VP/Director of Operations T ammy Raits VP/Managing EditorAssociate News Editor Shelley Koppel Photographer Andy Stefanek Major Accounts Manager Carl Guffin Advertising Sales Managers T erry Hart, Dale Rhodelander P roduction Manager Mercedes L. Paquette Editorial Page Design MeganSchumacher Graphic Designers Stephanie Stevenson, Karen Wood, Eric Macon, Sue Moye, Rita Zeblin National Accounts Manager Michele E. Muccigrosso Inside Sales Director P at Snyder Bill Williams is the owner and operator of A Cut Above Video Productions. In the mid 1980s Mr. Williams decided to change his life and follow his childhood passion of working in video production. Andy Stefanek/ staff photographer New year a chance to try something newBy Shelley KoppelAssociate news editor ON THE COVER CLAUDINE MOGGREALTOR1999 Londontown Lane, Titusville, FL 32796321-267-1445Cellular: 321-536-7766 claudinemogg@me.com www .golf1realty .com Golf 1, Inc. V eterans Memorial Center & PlazaA Tribute to All VeteransV isit our website to see our Monthly Newsletter. Laminate Carpet Tile Vinyl Hardwood Laminate Carpet Tile Vinyl Hardwood OPEN: Mon. Sat. 9am 6pm(321) 634-5419(321) 634-5419 401 Cross Road Cocoa FL 401 Cross Road, Cocoa, FL Y our FullService Flooring Store Y our FullService Flooring StoreNew CollectionSpecially PricedBruce HardwoodOn Sale Now!New CollectionSpecially PricedBruce HardwoodOn Sale Now! FOUR STARFLOORING"John Chetta", OwnerFOUR STARFLOORING"John Chetta", Owner OPEN: Mon. Sat. 9am 6pm

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4BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG Life gave him oranges Andy Graham and Pepper take a break from working in his 12acre citrus grove near the Brevard-Volusia county line. Mr. Graham was a lawyer for 34 years prior to owning the citrus grove. Photo courtesy of Joyce Wilden Lawyer turns to simpler life MIMS Andrew Graham was a harddriving trial lawyer for many years, arguing cases before the Florida S upreme Court. For 34 years, he worked in an adversarial system where opponents were the enemy. In 1991, while still practicing law, Mr. Graham bought a 12-acre citrus grove near the Brevard-Volusia county line. I n 1988, there was a series of freezes, he said. The one on Christmas Eve was the worst in maybe 100 y ears. It killed groves. My plan was to buy a dead grove and raise grapes for wine. I came up here to a lovely grove that was all overgrown since the freeze. I t took me a year to clean it up to see what was alive. Some 600 of the 1,100 trees were alive, so I said, well, heck, Ill just become a citrus farmer. It took Mr. Graham three years, working on the weekends, to prune the trees and clear the debris. I t s a great hobby for a trial lawyer, he said. Yo u re alone with your tractor or truck. I spent 30 years in a confrontational arena. Its a great get-away. In 2007, as Mr. Graham neared r etirement, he and his son, Clifford, built a log cabin, again on weekends. Mr. Grahams mother, who has Alzheimers and could no longer live alone, moved in with him. By then, he had learned a great deal about the land and about himself. H is groves had as many mature sabal palms as they did citrus trees. The lawyer took his time decided what to do. M ost groves took out the palms, he said. Theyre hard on the equipment. I left them. I did research and found that 100 years ago, most farmers left them as protections from freezes and drought. Mr. Graham never used pesticides, r elying on beneficial insects from the nearby maritime hammock, a rare ecosystem next to the grove. I stopped using herbicides and switched to organic fertilizer in 2007, he said. I use no chemicals at all now. Mr. Grahams learned many lessons about citrus growing and more about life. I have a different view of time, he said. I understand things in terms of y ears and not minutes. If I dont get to my To Do list today, there is tomorrow. There are no deadlines. The fruit gets r ipe when it gets ripe. M y earliest fruit are navel oranges and tangerines. They usually ripen just before Thanksgiving. They ripened early this year. They do what they do By Shelley KoppelAssociate news editor See LAWYER Page 15

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MELBOURNE In choosing his career, Bill Williams looked to his grandfather and his father. M y grandfather came over from Germany around 1900, he said. He didnt want to be a tailor and the uncle who brought him up was a tailor. He didnt like the restrictions of life in Germany. Mr. Williams grandfather started a tropical fish business, eventually expanding it to landscaping. He didnt get rich, Mr. Williams said, but he was happy. M y father wanted to be a football coach and went to Colgate, but the D epression came and he got married and never got his degree. He wound up being a stockbroker. He made a lot more money than my grandfather, but he never was very happy. Mr. Williams decided that he would follow his passions. I n junior high, I wanted to be a marine biologist, an electrical engineer or a moviemaker, he said. The marine biology was probably from my grandfather. The engineer was because I wanted to be a scientist and work on rockets. The moviemaking was from playing around with my parents camera. Mr. Williams chose electrical engineering as the passion most likely to succeed. I loved it, he said. I love rockets and jumped in with both feet. Mr. Williams worked for General Electric and Lockheed, moving to Cape C anaveral in 1976. In 1980, he moved to Mar tin Marietta in Orlando, working on the Pershing II missile. From there he w ent into missile guidance software development. I t was an absolute blast, he said. I had the good fortune to be doing things I could not have dreamed of as a kid. I cant think of a cooler job for that little kid who wanted to work on rockets. Id have done it for free. Thats how much fun it was. Mr. Williams was 32. He had achieved what hed wanted to in that career choice. I started thinking whats next? he said. Ive got a whole lot of life left. Mr. Williams began looking into another of his childhood passions. In the mid-1980s, video production equipment was getting smaller and inexpensive enough. He made a decision that the next career he was going into was video production. Mr. Williams took courses at Brevard C ommunity College and spent several y ears honing his skills. In 1988, while he was still working at Martin Marietta, he opened A Cut Above Video Productions. In 1990, he left engineering to work at his new career full-time. A lot of people have left engineering unwillingly and been forced to think about what they wanted to do, he said. I we nt willingly. I never lost sight of5BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG V ideographer follows passions Photo courtesy of Bob GoldbergBill Williams using a jib mounted camera, shooting an interview forBy Shelley KoppelAssociate news editor ESTATEPLANNING BOOKLETHow To:Maintain Control, A void Probate, Conflicts, Taxes Plan for Health &Financial NeedsUsing:T rusts, Powers of Attorney, Health Care Surrogates By Attorney TRUMANSCARBOROUGH239 Harrison St., Titusville, FLComplimentary Copy Phone321-267-4770 Affordable Hearing Aids Affordable Hearing AidsCocoa Beach Hearing Center 267 W.Cocoa Beach Cswy. Cocoa Beach,FL 32931(Located in the White Rose Shopping Center)321-784-2668 321-784-2668W ayne SmithBoard Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist Sales and Service ~ All Makes and Models Proudly Serving Brevard County for almost 30 years!W ayne Smith Kitchen &Bath Remodels Open Space Remodels Green Space Choices Roofing ServicesWe are one of the most reliable contracting services on Floridas east coast. Our objective is to provide you with the highest quality products, fair pricing, and exceptional customer service.(321) 480-4754RemodelingByJerry@gmail.comHonesty, Integrity, and Quality Workmanship SAYLORS CONSTRUCTIONFROM ROOF TO ROAD!Senior Citizen Discounts SAYLORS CONSTRUCTION W ANT TO HAVE AN ESTATE SALE? DOWNSIZING?Let us handle it! We will handle your sale from beginning to end, provide organization, marketing pricing, set up, obtain permits when required, advertise and host the Estate Sale. We have no upfront fees, and no minimum sales. Our goal is to ease your burden.Dont want to have a sale? Sell it to us 1 item to entire house!WE BUY: Costume jewelry Scrap Gold Art Coins Collectibles Antiques Furniture & more!ESTATE SALES BY SOUTHERN TRADING CO. Call for a free consultation (321)427-6531Lic./Bonded Chamber of Commerce Member

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6BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG CALEND AR Ongoing classesWatercolor classes with artist H elen Wheatley: at 1 p.m. Jan. 12 Mar ch 1 at the Cocoa Beach Public Library, 550 N. Brevard Ave., Cocoa B each. This class is suitable for beginning and intermediate students. C ost is $80 for the eight-week session. Register at the sign up table and pick up a materials list. Enrollment is limited. H elens Faces at the Oasis won best of show at the Central Brevard Art Association annual show in Mar ch 2007. F or more information,call (321) 868-1104. F itness Classes at the Cocoa B each Library: Each of these classes are offered through May at the Cocoa Beach Library, 550 N. Br evard Ave., Cocoa Beach. F or more information,contact the library at (321) 868-1104. B asic Pilates with Judy Brinkley: Mo ndays at 10 a.m., Jan. May 21. C ost is $5 per class Pilates is a series of stretching and strengthening exercises, which integrate the whole body and mind. S he teaches a full mat class. Bring a mat and a water bottle. Participants should be in good health. G entle Hatha Yoga with Emily H ain: T uesdays at 2 p.m., Jan. 10 M ay 22. Hatha Yoga relaxes both the body and the mind. As we stretch and strengthen, yoga teaches how to find steadiness and ease in movement and in stillness. Yoga practice gently opens us to receive lifes gifts and helps us to be fully present in every moment. Our strength, flexibility and balance improve, regardless of our shape, size and abilities. Practice yoga today for a healthier and happier tomorrow! No experience necessary. Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a mat. The cost is $5 per class. Y oga for Core Strength with Kim B ollinger: T uesdays, Jan. 10 May 22, 6 p.m.6:50 p.m., Cost is $5 per class. This class is designed for those with some experience with y oga or other strength bearing exercises. Build core strength, flexibility and balance while learning mental focus and inner calm. Br ing a yoga mat or a towel. G entle Evening Yoga with Kim B olinger: T uesdays, January 10 M ay 22, 7:00-7:50 PM Cost is $5.00 per class. A gentle class designed to help release tension and teach principles to reduce overall stress and promote relaxation with gentle stretches, breathing techniques and meditation. Bring a yoga mat or a towel. T ai Chi with Dianne Douglass: W ednesdays, 9 a.m., Jan. 11May 23. Cost is $5 per class. Easy Hatha Yoga for Seniors (Chair Yoga): with Emily Hain, a certified Yoga Instructor, on Fridays at 10:30 a.m., Jan. 13 -March 30th. No experience or special equipment is necessary; chairs will be used for support. Cost is $4 per class. Learn how yoga can help keep you more healthy and active. This class is designed to warm up the body, improve your balance and maintain strength and flexibility in a relaxing and non-competitive style. Pen and Ink Drawing Techniques: at 10 a.m. noon, Thursdays, Jan. 5 26 at The Art Gallery of Viera, 2271 Towncenter Avenue S uite 101 Space 400, Viera. Dur ing this class, students will learn about an experiment with line and shading techniques in pen and ink to create the illusion of form, texture and value. U sing only a simple pen, the va ri ety of expression is endless. The class costs $75 for four w eeks. Materials list provided with r egistration and payment. F or more information contact Su san Stone at susan@jsusancole-See CALENDAR, Page 13 EARN CASHI Buy Early Space Program Memorabilia From the Mercury,Gemini,Apollo,Skylab and Early Shuttle ProgramsVintage Photographs,Cloth Mission and Contractor Patches,Access Badges, Astronaut Autographs,Contractor Models,Booklets and Manuals, Items Flown in Space,Etc.Please email Don at lunarlegacies@gmail.comCall 321-848-3337

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Man honored for rescue w ork MELBOURNE Dennis Tyler spent 29 years as a mechanic at the K ennedy Space Center, retiring in 2000. That was his career. His calling began in 1991, when he met his first greyhound, Clara Voyant. He to learned about the need for homes for the racing dogs when their careers we re finished, through injury or age. D ennis and his wife, Claire, became active in greyhound rescue and have placed more than 7,000 dogs up and down the East Coast. This past August, People magazine r ecognized Dennis Tyler as a Hero Among Us for his work with Greyhound Pets of America of Central F lorida, agroup the Tylers founded. It all began, he said, with Clara Voyant. S he was the girl next door, Mr. T yler said. Our neighbor raced and r aised greyhounds. Our two dogs, who were not greyhounds, had died and I was interested in a new dog. I saw the greyhounds and the neighbor had one that was to be retired. I w ent to the track and met the dog, but I didnt know about adoption groups. I became interested when I learned how many are in need of adoption. F lorida is the center of greyhound r acing in the United States. Y ears ago, there were 50 tracks in the country, Mr. Tyler said. Now there are only 22 and 13 are in Florida. Some are year-round and some seasonal. Some tracks have 1,200 dogs. S ome of the dogs that Mr. Tyler places have finished their racing career and are four or five years old. S ome are younger. W e get dogs of all ages, he said. S ome are not fast enough. They start at 15-18 months and they have to7BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG By Shelley KoppelAssociate news editor See HONORED, Page 14 Photo courtesy of Dennis TylerClaire and DennisTyler with two of their friends.The Tylers have placed more than 7,000 rescued greyhounds in forever homes since 1991.

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Clubs Allemanders Square Dance Club: F irst, second and third S aturdays, Sept. through May, 8-10 p .m. Satellite Beach Civic Center, 565 Cassia Blvd., Satellite Beach. C ost: $5. C all (321) 956-2012. American Association of Univ ersity Women: Third Saturday, O pen to women with two-year or four-year college degrees. C all (321) 723-9355. The Beach Gardeners Club: Third Tuesday, Oct. through May, 6:30 p.m. Melbourne Beach Community Center, 509 Ocean Ave., M elbourne. C all (321) 723-4180. Bonsai Society of Brevard: Third Saturday, 1 p.m. Melbourne P ublic Library, 540 Fee Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 255-4064. Brevard Antiques and Collectors Club: F irst Fridays, 10 a.m. S untree Library, 902 Jordan Blass Dr ive, Suntree. Third Tuesdays, 1:30 p.m. Melbourne Beach Library, 324 Ocean Ave., Melbourne Beach. C all (321) 254-5831 or (321) 7771374. Brevard Democrats: Third W ednesday, 7 p.m. Agricultural C enter, 3459 Lake Drive, Cocoa. R egistration for new members at 6:30 p.m. C all (321) 795-6814 or visit www.brevarddemocrats.org Brevard Computer Users Gr oup: S econd Thursday, 6 p.m. C entral Baptist church, 2503 C ounty Club Road, Melbourne. C all (321) 652-7618 or contact president@bugclub.org. Brevard County Orchid Society: S econd Monday, 7:30 p.m. Satellite B each Civic Center, 565 Cassia Blv d., Satellite Beach. C all (321) 777-9837. Brevard County Young Republicans Club: Third Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. Pizza Gallery, The Avenue, Viera. C ontact bcyrclub@yahoo.com. Brevard Democrats: Third W ednesday, 7 p.m. Agricultural C enter, 3459 Lake Drive, Cocoa. R egistration for new members at 6:30 p.m. C all (321) 795-6814 or visit www.brevarddemocrats.org Brevard Watercolor Society: S econd Saturday every other month, 1 p.m. Satellite Beach Civic C enter, 565 Cassia Blvd., Satellite B each. C all (321) 544-8888 or visit www.brevardwatercolors.org. Central Florida Accordion Club: Last Sunday, 1:30-4:30 p.m. Central Br evard Library, 308 Forrest Ave., C ocoa. C all (321) 799-2267. Citizens for Floridas Waterways: F ourth Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. Locations vary. C all (321) 449-0827. Democratic Executive Committee: Third Wednesday, 7 p.m. Agricultural Center, 3459 Lake Dr ive, Cocoa. Applications for new members at 6:30 p.m. C all (321) 327-7947. EmbroiderersGuild of America meeting: 9:30 a.m. third Mondays. Fr ont Street Civic Center, 2210 Fr ont St., Melbourne. C all (321) 956-8777. Horse happy hour: 4-6 p.m. Thursdays. HorseSisters and Associates, 2714 Cuyler Road, M ims. C all (321) 267-2929 or visit www.horsesisters.org. Indialantic Rotary Club: W ednesdays, 12:15 p.m. Eau Gallie Y acht Club, 100 Datura Drive, I ndian Harbour Beach. C all (321) 255-2000 or visit www.indialanticrotary.org. International Association of A dministrative Professionals: C entral Brevard Chapter. Second T uesday, 5:30 p.m. Marriott Courtyard, 3435 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa8BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG CLUBS & CLASSES See CLUBS, Page 19 www.CocoaBeachChiropractic.com3000 N.Atlantic Ave. Cocoa Beach Florida321-868-2225Car Accidents Neck/Low Back Pain Numbness/Tingling Massage Therapy F amily Care W ellness Nutrition/Superfoods Sports Physicals Headaches SciaticaDr. Christa RobbenMM24617 Free In-Home Assessment!Personal Care Available Now!AHCA #228514 / 29999291 / 229534 *each office independently owned and operatedComforting Solutions for In-Home Care(321) 268-3310 (321) 733-278724 Hour Care Respite Care Companionship Laundry &Linen Cleaning Tidying Up S hopping Incidental Transportation medical directory AFFORDABLE Pr ivate Apartments & Suites (all utilities except telephone included) Starting at $1850 Separate,Secured Memory Care Starting at $2850 Three Delicious Home Cooked Meals per day Plus Snacks and Beverages Weekly Housekeeping Including Personal and Flat Laundry,Ironing Complimentary Lunch with TourBethesda Senior CareIndependent,Assisted,Secure Memory Care2800 Fordham Rd.NE,Palm Bay,FL 32905321-723-3288License # AL-4788 Scheduled Transportation to Shopping, Banking,Appointments,Church & Activities 24 hour Personal Care Assistance and Medication Management Emergency Response Systems Resident Safety Checks and Hourly Rounds Church on Premises 22 New Units NOW OPEN! F amily O wned & Operated

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9BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG An easy way to stay informed on the election On Jan. 31, Florida Republican voters go to the polls to say wholl get Floridas delegates to the GOP national convention in T ampa this August. While Florida Democrats wont vote in a presidential primary most observers say its virtually certain that the Democratic national convention will nominate President Obama Floridas Jan. 31 primary election could play a major role in the outcome of the race for the Republican nomination. To help older Floridians sort out where candidates stand on issues important to voters 50+, AARP Florida is helping voters to track the candidates positions especially on critical pocketbook issues such as protecting and strengthening Social S ecurity and Medicare. AARP is nonpartisan and does not endorse candidates for any election or contribute money to any political-action committee or campaign. AARP does work to educate its 37 million members, including 2.7 million members in Florida, on key issues. In O ctober, an AARP Florida poll showed a significant and troubling gap between where some Republican candidates stood on cuts to Social Security and M edicare and where Florida Republican voters stood. The poll showed that by huge margins at least two to one GOP voters stoutly opposed cuts to future recipients Social S ecurity benefits, or cuts to Medicare benefits, as a way to reduce the federal deficit. F or example, Florida Republicans who identified themselves as Tea Party supporters, and who also said they had attended Tea Party events, opposed cuts to Social Security for future beneficiaries as a way to reduce the deficit by a margin of 56.1 to 37.9 percent. The same voters opposed cuts to Medicare as a way to r educe the deficit by 62.1 to 31.8 percent, almost exactly two to one. In other groups of Florida Republican voters, the margins were far more lopsided. Hispanic Republicans opposed S ocial Security cuts as a deficit-reduction measure by 84.5 percent to 13.5 percent, a crushing six-to-one margin. While Florida R epublicans overall opposed cuts to M edicare as a means of reducing the deficit by 70.4 percent to 22.2 percent, H ispanic Republicans opposed Medicare cuts 77 percent to 16.5 percent, more than a four-to-one margin. Y et much of the political buzz about the GOP primary has centered on ideas for cutting Social Security benefits for future r etirees, or reductions to Medicare reimbursements, as a way of lowering the federal governments operating deficit. AARP believes this poll shows a startling disconnect between what Washington and the candidates are thinking about S ocial Security and Medicare, and what F lorida GOP voters want them to do. The poll showed that those Florida R epublicans likely to vote in the Jan. 31 primary are overwhelmingly 50+, for whom Social Security and Medicare are very important issues. AARP Florida believes it can play an important role by helping voters learn where candidates stand on these critical issues. To make sure voters are getting accurate information, we have posted unedited video voters guides in which several candidates explain their views on Social Secur ity and Medicare in their own words. The voters guide can be found at www.aarp.org/youearnedit If yo u re registered as a Democrat or independent, stay tuned for AARPs votereducation efforts later in the year. Our association will focus on helping voters get access to important information on state and Congressional candidates and issues in preparation for primary elections in August and general elections in November. J eff Johnson is interim state director of AARP Florida.By Jeff JohnsonInterim Staate Director of AARP Florida 2137 North Courtenay Parkway(1/2 mile S. of 528, by Vinnies Restaurant &Budget Rent-a-car)321.305.6900Gail and Pierre, professionals with integrity. We specialize in buying gold and sterling, coins, antique and costume jewelry. We are licensed and registered by the State, and so are our scales. Do not allow yourself to be fleeced by hotel shows, pawn shops, flea market operators, estate sale predators, or garage sale vultures. Get a fair price in our secure, comfortable store (or give us a call and we will come to you at no charge). Our customer base is 77% referrals.of Merritt Island I-95 Croton RoadApollo BlvdUS 1Eau Gallie Blvd Sarno RdMelbourne Intl Airport W (518)I-95 (Exit 183) Wickham Road US Highway 1

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Iam a man of many interests and hobbies. Since I was a kid I have been a serious fisherman and I have pursued that hobby all across the United States. I have fly fished for brook trout in the rushing streams of the high Rocky M ountains, trolled for salmon and walleye in the Great Lakes, trapped crawfish in the swamps of Louisiana, and caught horned pout in Maine. I have landed bonito in Southern C alifornia and scooped up grunion from the beach. I have caught cutthroat trout in Idaho and large mouth bass from the Santee C ooper in South Carolina. With a fly r od I caught small mouth, northern and white bass in the Wolf River w est of Green Bay, Wisconsin. Of course, I have caught most of the fish that swim in Florida waters both fresh and salt. I have given fishing my all. F or most of my life I have also been a car guy and have restored many classic autos. I did a 1959 Chevy pick-up, a very rare 1960 F acel Vega, one of only 200 handmade in Paris, France. I had a 1970 Mer cedes, a 1977 Lincoln Versailles, a Chrysler sedan, a 1966 Plymouth Valiant, and a Bricklin gull wing sports car. I did a fabulous 1949 Chrysler Woody Convertible and many more. I loved each and every one of them. I am a lifelong sports fan and chased most of the balls when I was a young man. It was my honor to see Roberto Clemente play in Pittsburghs venerable Forbes Field and I saw Sandy Koufax pitch in Chavez Ravine. I watched Stan M usial play a game against Willie M ays in the original Bush Stadium in St. Louis. As a young man I saw a game between the old Washington S enators and the Philadelphia A thletics in D.C. I saw Harmon K illebrew hit one out in Minneapolis, and Ernie Banks do the same in A man of many interests is never bored 10BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG LAND LINESD AN SMITH See LANDLINES, Page 18 401 Florida Avenue Cocoa,FL 32922 321-631-8080Allaboutyoutravelunlimited.com401 Florida Avenue Cocoa,FL 32922 321-631-8080Allaboutyoutravelunlimited.com #ST36424 ESCORTEDDAYTRIPSA T ASTE OF IT AL Y February 18th$63 per personWith the Singing Chef, Andy LoRusso. Enjoy a day of Italian activities with lunch included and orchestra level seating for the show. Deadline to sign up is January 2nd.BILL Y ELLIOT THE MUSICAL February 26th$118per personThis is a musical story of a boy following his dreams to become a dancer. Both an inspiring and inviting story penned by Lee Holland. Has music that is both heartfelt and majestic as scored by Elton John. Limited seats left.STRA WBERR Y FESTIV AL March 9th$65per personJoin us this year and lets go back in time and enjoy the music of the Coasters, Drifters, and The Platters! Trip includes roundtrip motorcoach, gate admission and lower level seating. For the best seats, sign up by January 1st.THE HOL Y LAND EXPERIENCE April 4th$75per personEnjoy a day at the Holy Land Experience with lunch at Golden Corral. Trip includes round trip motorcoach, gate admission and lunch. Deadline to sign up is February 25th. Robin Brandimore Egoscue Certified, Postural Alignment Specialist Call Robin at 321-969-4131 www.straightenupwithrobin.comCall Today for a FREEPostural EvaluationIs PainKeeping You FromDoing What You Love? Sometimes our muscle patterns get off-track. Ill teach you gentle exercises and stretches that will restore function and get rid of pain. Back Pain Knee Pain Hip Pain Loss of Balance Organ Prolapse Rotator Cuff Pain Plantar Fasciitis Degenerative/Herniated Disc 1415 Garden St. Titusville(corner of Park &Garden)Open:MondaySaturday383-2590 Get an Extra 10%More with this couponY our place for an Honest PriceGive us a try today!We pay Top Dollar for your Gold, Silver &Platinum We pay Top Dollar for your Gold, Silver &Platinum

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11January 2012FOREVER YOU NG Document your sources in genealogy Yo u ve been researching your family and entering names, dates and other pieces of the puzzle, but have you noted where you obtained this information? Will y ou remember where you found it, next month, next year, or 10 y ears from now? The answer is a guaranteed No. So, starting today, document everything before you get too far down the r oad and have to backtrack. This will help your research tremendously in the future, when you need to find that elusive bit of information that will help you climb the inevitable brick wall. It also gives other researchers confidence in your work. When I first started researching, I excitedly took down every fact I found. Of course it was correct, it was right there on the official document, in the book at the library, or Grandmother told me. Fortunately, I did get copies of most of the official documents, or can remember where the tombstone is, but I didnt actually document it in my database. There are still many facts in my database that are not documented properly. It is still one of my major downfalls, getting caught up in the story and not wanting to take the time to document. S ending your genealogy out into the world without citing y our sources is sending it out with no validation. Almost invariably, when I find some exciting new fact about my ancestor, there is no source given. This leaves me totally in the dark. Exactly where did this date, spouse name, etc., come from? Someone must have known, but chances are, the person that put the information on the Internet, or in the book, just copied it from someone else, who also copied it from someone. As far as I know, it could have, and might as well be, just made up to suit the purpose. Each fact recorded for your ancestor should be documented with the exact location from where it was obtained. A source, r egardless of how informal, is where we obtained the information. It may have come from a probate record, family Bible, census record, or from Grandma B essy. Everything needed for another researcher to find this source, should be included. This leaves a trail for you, as well as others who want to follow your line of descent. Tr aditionally, sources have been classified as primary and secondary. A primary record is one created close to the event, such a birth or marriage record or by a person reasonably knowledgeable about the event. A secondary record is one that was created sometime later. The secondary source is not viewed as being as accurate as a primary source, since time and distance often dims memories and distorts the facts. So a secondary source should always be backed up with as many other sources as possible, including a primary one when available. All that said, there are no sources that are guaranteed as being correct. Death certificates often contain wrong information, with the informant not knowing the deceased birth date or parents names. Tombstones also frequently contain incorrect information. A relative in our family is actually buried under the wrong name. This makes a strong case for thoroughly r esearching each person and finding as many sources as youSee GENEALOGY, Page 13 GENEALOGYB RENDA K. SMITH BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWS

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12BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG A champagne and cinnamon toast New Year! AN ew Year! A new calendar! All the doctors appointments have been crossed off birthdays celebrated holidays enjoyed Time to do it all ov er again!There was a time in my life that I thought New Years Eve was the mother of all adult parties. Celebrating with friends, wearing spandex and heels and feeling like I had a terrible flu the next day were the norm. U ntil motherhood descended. When my fledglings were still in the nest and snuggled in by 9 p.m. I was the Waker. I woke them all to come sit with me and watch the ball drop, and was usually rewarded with daughter No 1 moaning, Thats nice Mom can we go back to bed now? And mumbled grumblings from daughters No 2 through four concerning the sanity of waking someone up in the middle of the night to watch TV when the waker informs them daily that they watch too much TV. As they will years and life events fly past in a blur of school plays, r eport cards, (theirs) job transfers and the gaining of a few pounds (Mine). Now Im the Wakee. Mom! You said y ou would come and celebrate with us! The ball is going to drop in five minutes and we are making raisin toast, do you want yours with cream cheese? When I asked this enthusiastic 12-year-old why we were celebrating with raisin toast, the answer made perfect sense. Partiers sip champagne to celebrate, champagne is made from grapes, and grapes turn into raisins! This champagne cousin makes a wonderful toast, literally. Especially if enjoyed snuggled on the couch with loved ones and hot tea served in the good china. Mo re life changing events for my offspring graduations, coming of age, starting college, two of them living on their own more poundage added to my hips and I have become both the Waker and the W akee. This provided me with the opportunity to to question the mental stability of the Wakers. I answered the giggly midnight call with, What the heck are you doing out on the worst night of the year?! Youre not drinking, are you? Do you really think calling the one person who worries about y ou with each breath is the most mentally balanced thing to do? Yes, I love you, and I thank you from the bottom my heart for thinking about y our mother and raisin bread when y ou could be kissing someone. Can I go back to bed now? The tears that flowed when the doorbell rang and my offspring walked in toting loaves of raisin bread and cream cheese while I was still holding the phone dried quickly as we woke their siblings to join us. Only now it was child No. 5 who was declaring the loss of mental cognizance by the three of us. To this day he still allows he had to eat six pieces of toast because he feared for his health should he refuse. The rest of us allow we feared for his health should he eat the seventh. A word to the wise: Chasing-a-caffeine-and-raisin-filled 6-year-old around the couch to rip a smashed piece of toast from his hand is best not done in a nylon gown and bunny slippers, while laughing hysterically. The New Years Eve that rolled around after several more graduations, a couple of new additions to ourSee YEAR, Page 18 ROSES ROOMROSE PADRICK 1355 N Atlantic Ave. Cocoa Beach FloridaCocoaBeachHealthandFitness.comWEIGHTLOSSPROGRAMYOGASILVERSNEAKERSZUMBAPILATESTANNING(MM22699)SPINNINGCARDIOSALSABARREQIGONGSEORSPINNINGBARREQIGONG (321)61 3.2969 SENIOR FITNESS CARDIOSALSA MASSAGE ( MM22699 ) 772-584-0061 WWW.DC CFY.COM Epo xy Floor Coatings Driveway Resurfacing Co ncrete Stamping & Overlays Pat io & Deck Restoration Concrete Co untertops Outdoor Kitchens A cid Staining A DIVISIONOFDESIGNERCONCRETECOUNTERS,LLCLicensed & Insured R evive,Relax,RenewM assage Therapy by Amanda Lewis,LMT (321) 674-9900www.amandalewislmt.com Lic.ma42798/mm32798Located in Historic Downtown Melbourne 1900 S.Harbor City Blvd.,Melbourne,FL,32901H elping People with Chronic Pain and Stress. 1 Hour Massages Starting at $40.00 $5.00 OFF(Must Present Forever Young ad for discount.) FREEHome Security System!at NO COST to you for parts and activation with only a $99 Installation Fee and the purchase of alarm monitoring services.T erms and Conditions below.Our State -of-the-art system includes Up to 10 Hardwired Door or Window Contacts Inferred interior motion detector Digital keypad with police, Fire and medical emergency buttons Interior Siren Control and Battery Back-up Lawn Sign and window decals TOTAL PROTECTION321.728.4398 protectmyfloridahome.com $850V alue Earn Up to 20% OFF Your Home Owners Insurance Monitored Fire ProtectionFREEAct No w and Receive a ACT NOW & Receive aFREEMedical Alert Pendant

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13BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG stone.com or (401) 596-4266. Classes and Events at the South M ainland Library: Each class is held at the South M ainland Library, 7921 Ron Beatty B oulevard, Barefoot Bay. F or more information,call (772) 664-4066. M emoir Writers: from 2 p.m. 4 p .m. Jan. 1 and 20. F amily Histories:Genealogy with P atti Kirk: 1 p.m. 3 p.m. Jan 13 and 27. F lamenco Guitarist and Fishin Mu sician ShawnFoster: 2 p.m. 4 p .m. Jan 12. AARP Senoir Safe Driving: N oon 6 p.m. Jan 17. W ellness Group:Why can I hear but not understand?: No on 2 p.m. J an. 19. B ook club:The Greater Journey: Americans in Paris by David McC ullough: 3 p.m. Jan. 19 Chasing Boneswith archaeologist and author Dr.Rachel R. W entz: 2 p.m. 4 p.m. Jan. 24. U niversity of Floridas Master Gar dners clinic: No on 2 p.m. Jan. 25. Art classes with Gloria: 2 p.m. 4 p .m. Mondays. Cost is $7 per class. T ai-Chi: N oon 1 p.m. Tuesdays. C ost is $5 per class (no class on the third or fifth Tuesday). G entle Yoga with Judy: 6:30 p.m. T uesdays. Cost is $5 per class. T ai Chi: No on 1 p.m. Thursdays (no class on third Thursday). Q uilters: 6 p.m. 8 p.m. Thursdays. G entle Yoga with Judy: 9 a.m. Fr idays, Cost is $5 per class. W ednesday, Jan. 11Friends of the Library travel Film Series:Switzerland: 6 p.m. on W ednesday, Jan 11 at the Cocoa B each Public Library, 550 N. Breva rd Ave ., Cocoa Beach. The film features Zurich, the principality of Liechtenstein, L ugano and Locarno. Zermatt and the Matterhorn will be one of the highlights. Visit Lake Geneva and Chillon Castle, Montreux and Vevey, the Swiss Capital of Berne, Jungfrau and other mountains in the Be rn ese highlands and Lucerne, a favorite tourist destination. F or more information,call (321) 868-1104.Saturday, Jan. 14Eau Gallie Civic Center Open H ouse and Rummage Sale: 8 a.m. 2 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 14 at 1551 H ighland Ave, Melbourne. The event is free to attend with snacks, drinks and to watch demonstration from instructors and classes as well as an opportunity to learn more about the Civic C enter. P lease call (321) 255-4608,for more informationW ednesday, Jan. 18Master Surf Fishing Clinic: at 9CalendarFrom page 6 See CALENDAR, Page 17 can. The more sources you find, the closer you can come to deciding which is the correct data. W ith the tremendous amount of information being put on the web, you must always remember that it is all suspect until you have personally verified that it is correct. Never download someone elses information into your work until you document it and are satisfied that the preponderance of evidence shows that this data belongs to your family. Trying to sort out unrelated individuals, much less whole family groups, from your database, is a nightmare. Br enda Knight Smith Tr easure Coast Genealogical Society Br endaKSmith@Prodigy.netGenealogyF rom page 11 Buy Two, Get OneFREEAny Item Of Equal or Lesser ValueBuy Two, Get OneFREE Not available with any other discounts or offers. Expires 1/31/12 3814 Murrell &Barnes Blvd Publix PlazaROCKLEDGE638-8712855 PalmBay Rd. In Front of Wal-MartW. MELBOURNE726-0909Available only at these GNClocations: WE BEAT ALL PRICES! WE BEAT ALL PRICES!We Be at Physical Addictions Prices Everyday

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14BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG my father and grandfather. I was 40 y ears old when I jumped ship. I said that if dont do it now, if I wait until Im 50, I wont have the guts to do it. In his first year, Mr. Williams lost $29,000. I w ent undaunted and mortgaged my house, he said. I did what it took to do a major business expansion to get into the broadcast world. That led me to be very competitive at a high level in this community. Mr. Williams said that all of his decisions were not correct, but his decision to follow his heart was. I havent regretted it, he said. Id be a lot wealthier if Id stayed in aerospace but I wouldnt be happier. I didnt want to have any regrets and I dont. Pursue y our passion. It has not let me down. B ill Williams and A Cut Above Video Productions can be reached at (321) 2535677.VideographerFrom page 5 make it by two. If theyre injured, theyre retired. Once they are no longer competitive, theyre finished. There are usually about 800-900 dogs available for adoption at any one time. Mr. Tylers kennels are at M elbourne Greyhound Park and his group is the tracks adoption agency. Mr. Tyler said that there are a lot of misconceptions about the dogs. Theyre a misunderstood breed, he said. Theyre 45-mile-per-hour couch potatoes. Theyre almost catlike. Theyre affectionate and they lean on you. Theyre pretty laid back. M ost are outgoing, and theyre quiet and clean. If they go out in a rainstorm, when they come in, they dont smell like dog. Some allergic people can tolerate them. Mr. Tyler is serious about the dogs in his care. W e do a home visit, he said. We ask if its really worthy of one of our dogs. We want to know if its a good situation and if they understand about greyhounds. They cant be left off-leash. If they see something they want, they go. W e will adopt to people with children, and we weigh each case individually. We dont recommend them for infants. Males tolerate kids better; like us, they leave the room if the kids bother them. A doption costs $220, but that includes spaying or neutering, a special collar and lead designed for the greyhounds small neck and head, and identification collar, six months of heartworm medicine, a book on greyhounds and a crate on loan for the first week, to acclimate the dog to the house. T wo weeks ago, the Tylers drove up the east coast to Buffalo, N.Y., delivering dogs for adoption to groups along the way. They made the trip in 23 hours, driving straight through. They bought a hauler years ago when they didnt like the way a commercial mover treated the animals. While Mr. Tyler is the public face of greyhound rescues, his wife, Claire, plays as important a role. S he doesnt get the recognition, he said. Shes the treasurer. Shes r aised a lot of money through online auctions and events like our Woofstock, a get-together with games. Its a big fundraiser. She is very supportive, thank God. She has to drive when Im asleep. Mr. Tyler said that while racing is less popular, he still worries about the dogs that remain. I t s getting harder for us to do, he said. Were both 65. A lot of the people involved are older. There arent younger people stepping up to the plate. Tw enty years ago, Dennis and Claire Tyler did just that. F or more information about greyhound adoptions or upcoming fundraising events,visit the website www.floridagreyhounds.com or call Mr.Tyler at (321) 242-9010.Donations are welcome,as the costs of food and veterinary care are high.HonoredFrom page 7 321-725-3990251 Florida Ave. Melbourne www.MelbourneTerraceRehab.comInpatient & Outpatient Rehabilitation Services Maximize Physical Wellness Promote Independence &Healing Enhance Personal DignityExperience The Latest Rehabilitation Technology Individualized Programs Smartcard T echnology Records Progress Reduces Stress on Joints &Connective T issues Individualized Programs Smartcard T echnology Records Progress Reduces Stress on Joints &Connective T issues Individualized Programs Smartcard T echnology Records Progress Reduces Stress on Joints &Connective T issues Dr. Aslam, MDCardiovascular Specialist Board CertifiedDr. Aslam, MDCardiovascular Specialist Board Certified1091 Port Malabar Blvd, NE ,Suite 4 Palm Bay, FL 32905321-473-8991 Fax:321-473-89921091 Port Malabar Blvd, NE ,Suite 4 Palm Bay, FL 32905321-473-8991 Fax:321-473-8992Heart Care Heart CareWe treat our patients like family.NEWPATIENTS WELCOME!Privileges with Palm Bay, Holmes, Viera, & Wuesthoff HospitalsWe Accept All Insurances Hours: Mon Fri 8 am -5 pm On Call 24/7 We Accept All Insurances Hours: Mon Fri 8 am -5 pm On Call 24/7 Port Malabar Blvd NEMarket CircleKnecht Rd.S. Babcock St. US1 507

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15BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG when they do it. You need to adapt to the rhythms of the world. Mr. Graham sells his fruit at a roadside stand. There isnt a lot of traffic passing by. M y neighbors buy it, he said. People come from Volusia County. Theyll drive for organic fruit. I go out every day and put fresh fruit out and take the money from the box. I say drive up, peel the fruit, and eat it. If you like it, put money in the box. These days, Mr. Graham cares for his mother and raises citrus. Another son, Jeff Thompson, director of the Merritt I sland Public Library, is making a documentary about Mr. Grahams new life. Its a big change from his previous existence. Lawyers are control freaks, he said. I was a trial lawyer for 34 years. Now I go with what works and dont try to force it. Its a complete change in the way I live my life. I m not in competition with anybody. When I retired, I left my computer in the office. The U.S. Mail works fine for me. I try to fit in with the environment and its worked out w ell. I think Ill have a long and fulfilling retirement. A ndrew Grahams fruit stand is located at 6625 Dixie Way in Mims,one mile east of U.S.1.It is always open and is on the honor system.LawyerFrom page 4 Photo courtesy of Joyce WildenAndy Graham, who retired from a career as a trial lawyer to become a citrus grower, helps his mother, Pauline down the stairs as she goes to the adult day center for persons with Alzheimers. Son, Jeff Thommpson, who is making a documentary about the groves and his family, films in the background. We Buy:W edding bands, necklaces, bracelets, chains, school rings, charms, silver belt buckles, broken jewelry, earrings, tea sets & si lverware!We BuyTheGold minEB uying Gold, Silver & Platinum Jewelry, Coins, D ental Gold & Scrap State Licensed Certified Scales5030 MintonRoad NW, Suite B, Palm Bay, FL(Between the Shell Station & Sav-More Autos)1663 Georgia Street, Suite 100, Palm Bay, FL(Next to Twisty Cone)321-914-7105 321-914-7105 GET 10% MORECASHwith this coupon! W ANTED:EARN EXTRA CASH TODAY!HOST A GOLD PARTY WE COME TO YOU! CALL NOW:321-914-7105GET 10% MORECASHwith this coupon!OLD BROKEN MISSING STONESBRING IT IN!WE BUY ROLEX WA TCHES

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MELBOURNE Jeff Thompson is Floridian born and bred. A native of Melbourne, he attended S atellite High school, the University of Central Florida and Florida S tate, where he obtained a masters degree in library science. He has served as director of the Merr itt Island Public Library since 2005. B eing a librarian is Mr. Thomsons career, but filmmaking is his passion. He is completing a documentary, Florida Suite, set to Frederick Delius music of the same name. M y father retired as an attorney in 1990, he said. He bought an orange grove in Scottsmoor at the northern end of the county. He built a high-tech log cabin in the middle of the grove and he r aises citrus without pesticides. H e s also taking care of his mother, who has Alzheimers. Its a wonderful place for her, safe and beautiful. Mr. Thompson was as captiv ated by the environment as his father. He wanted to tell the story in film. A t the core, my father has found this amazing, balanced life thats beautiful but not easy, he said. I found it comforting. I wanted something that spoke to a soul without being too specific. A person can watch it and put themselves into it. Its something that we need to see, people living lives differently to most of us. Its personal and universal. F or the soundtrack, Mr. Thompson found the perfect work. I heard Delius Florida Suite and fell in love with it, he said. A few years ago, I went to see the Br evard Symphony Orchestra and heard the music from The Louisiana Story. I saw how I could make Florida Suite by telling a story with minimal dialogue about nature, with beautiful music. Mr. Thompson began planning his film in 2009, but work intervened and it was not until early 2011 that he was able to begin filming. While the grove and his family form the backdrop, it is not only about those elements. I t s not specifically a day, he said. The film is similar to a music video. Each movement of D elius suite is played in its entirety and is the heart of the film, which is a challenge. Its a metaphorical day, beginning at16BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG F ilmmaker celebrates family, FloridaSee FILMMAKER, Page 17 Photo courtesy of Joyce WildenAndy Graham works in his citrus grove while son Jeff Thompson, a filmmaker and director of the Merritt Island Public Library, works on a documentary about the groves set to the music of Frederick Delius' "Florida Suite."By Shelley KoppelAssociate news editor Located in a serene, park-like setting, Westminster Asbury has a lot to offer. It is close to pristine ocean beaches as well as shopping, medical services, churches and Brevard Community College. Westminster Asbury has been providing affordable housing for seniors since 1970. Carefree Living Nearly Free!!! W estminster AsburyR esidents 62 Years of Age &Up. Call for an Appointment and a Free Tour Today! (321) 632-4943 1-800-545-1833 x922 (TDD/TTY Only)1430 Dixon Blvd., Cocoa, FL 32922Y E S N O Activity and Meal Program Service Coordinator on Staff 14 Passenger Bus for Outings All Newly Remodeled Apartments Around the Clock Courtesy Officers Hud Subsized Rent Determined by I ncome Privately Owned and Professionally M anaged Denominational and Non-Denomination Church Services Library Laundry Pet Friendly Beauty Salon Computer Lab Smoke Free Campus Immediate Availability Assigned Free Parking Courtesy Call System Fire Sprinklers Lawn To Mow Real Estate Taxes MaintenanceWorries Y E SC ome See Your New HomeToday! Pa rt of the Westminster "Communities of Florida Family"

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17BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG dawn and ending at nightfall. The role of Frederick Delius in F lorida history brings out the r esearch librarian in Mr. Thompson. The composer was born in Germany in 1862. H is father wanted him to be a wool manufacturer, Mr. Thompson said. He wanted to make music, but his parents refused to send him to school in Leipzig. Many of the English were coming to Florida in the late 1800s to get into citrus and he came as a way of placating his father. Mr. Delius worked on an orange grove near Jacksonville and was intrigued by the songs the AfricanAmerican workers sang. H e fell in love with Florida, Mr. Thompson said. He learned composition from a local church organist. His parents were so impressed that they sent him to Leipzig to study music. There he composed the Florida Suite. It was his first significant work and is dedicated to the people of Florida. Mr. Thompson has several goals for his film. I hope its something people like and that it brings the story of Delius back, he said. His career is essentially traceable back to his experience in Florida. He dedicated the piece to the people of Florida, yet it is still largely unknown. I hope to change that. Another goal is corporate sponsorship of a new recording on Florida Suite. The timing is perfect, as 2012 is the 150th anniversary of D elius birth. I d love to have the Space Coast S ymphony Orchestra record it so that it is a local product, he said. I think that would be wonderful. F or more information about F lorida Suite contact Jeff Thompson at (321) 426-5832. a.m. 1 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 18 at the Pelican Beach Clubhouse, 1495 H ighway A1A, Satellite Beach. This clinic is for the experienced surf anglers wanting to improve their cast techniques or beginners who dream about experiencing the fun of surf fishing. All attendees r eceive a surf fishing tackle package and a Brevard surf-fishing map. The class costs $50. F or more information and to register,Contact Capt.Rodney Smith at (321) 750-3374. Fr iends of the Library Travel F ilm Series:Kenya: 6 p.m. Jan. 18, at the Cocoa Beach Public Library, 550 N. Brevard Ave., Cocoa Beach. An unforgettable, captivating video safari of Kenyas spectacular wildlife, dramatic landscapes and un-crowded beaches, National Pa rk s, classic safari scenes and marine life, exhilarating activities, safari lodges and beach resorts. F or more information,call (321) 868-1104.Saturday, Jan. 21Storm Riders A surf film: at 7 p .m. Saturday, Jan. 21 at the Cocoa B each Public Library, 550 N. Breva rd Ave ., Cocoa Beach. C ome on the ride of your life with Storm Riders. Experience the excitement, the terror, the sheer force of the ocean as Storm Riders travel to five continents to discover the exotic jungles of Hawaii, Sumatra, Java and Bali; brave the treacherous coastline of Africa and the blistering desert outback of the Great Austrailian Bight. R efreshments will be served. F or more information,call (321) 868-1104.W ednesday, Jan. 25Diabetes 411 with Diane Said: at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 25 in theCalendarFrom page 13FilmmakerF rom page 16 See CALENDAR, 20 W elcome Home to Paradise!! W elcome Home to Paradise!!Resort Style Living at Brevard Countys Premiere Active Adult CommunityLamplighter Village Lamplighter Village Lamplighter Village Lamplighter Village Lamplighter VillageCall Today for a tour of Our 5 Star Community!! (321) 254-0303500 Lantern Blvd. Melbourne,FL 32934 www.lamplightervillage.comOpen 7 Days AWeekCall Today for a tour of Our 5 Star Community!! (321) 254-0303500 Lantern Blvd. Melbourne,FL 32934 www.lamplightervillage.comOpen 7 Days AWeekCall Today for a tour of Our 5 Star Community!! (321) 254-0303500 Lantern Blvd. Melbourne,FL 32934 www.lamplightervillage.comOpen 7 Days AWeekCall Today for a tour of Our 5 Star Community!! (321) 254-0303500 Lantern Blvd. Melbourne,FL 32934 www.lamplightervillage.comOpen 7 Days AWeekNew Homes Starting at just$69,900!New Homes Starting at just$69,900!New Homes Starting at just$69,900!New Homes Starting at just$69,900! 2 MonthsFREELot LeaseWith Purchase of a New Cal-Am HomeExpires 1/31/12ANAGEQUALIFIEDCOMMUNITY

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18BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG little clan, and more than a couple of additional pounds was for me one of the more memorable ones. Due to certain changes involving Power Sur ges, sleepless nights and Empty N est Syndrome I went full circle and am once again the Waker and once again the subject of my mental stability came up in the conversation. B eginning with daughter No. 1 and working my way down I struck gold on my third telephone try. My H appy New Year!! was met with, Mom! I totally understand you are having problems sleeping and y our thermostat is on the fritz, but menopause is not supposed to make me miserable for 10 more years! And then its supposed to be mine! I not so gently reminded her that when she was under the influence of morphine following surgery, she had called me 14 times in six hours complaining the fish in the bathroom we re making to much noise. Sipping tea and chewing toast is almost as good via the modern technology of cell phones as it is in person. I cant think of another person for whom the bumper sticker Please be patient Gods not done with me ye t is more appropriate than me, I have been perpetually unfinished for many decades. Evolving and re volving around those that I love and whatever the world hands me is a full-time job for me and Im thoroughly enjoying every moment. S ometimes it is to the consternation of those who take life more seriously than I do. This year Im resolving to not r esolve. I am replacing resolves with wishes. I wish my bathroom scale would take a backward slide. I wish my tongue would freeze in place at certain times. I wish I could remember to buy books on disks so I could r ead them on the way to work B ut most of all I wish you raisin toast, hot tea and hearts full of enough love to enjoy them.Y earFrom page 12 Wr igley Field. Always a football fan, I once watched a game between the Houston Oilers and Boston Patriots before each changed their names. In Chicagos S oldier Field I watched the great W alter Payton score many times and in Tampa I saw the Bucs in their championship season. Once I even saw the legendary El Cordobes fight a bull in Barcelona Spain. I am a pretty fair amateur historian and some consider me to be an authority on beach racing. From time to time I am called on to speak publicly about some of my hobbies. S omehow, with all of that going on, I found time to run a construction business for 26 years and help Lana, my wife of nearly 38 years, raise two great children. WO W! I have really been busy. As most of you have guessed, these days my most rewarding hobby is what I am doing right now writing. S ince I was in fifth grade I have been told that I have the ability to spin a pretty good tale on paper. I used that talent to cruise through the English classes while in school, so if some of y ou detect flaws in my composition it is a result of my youthful laziness. In my life I have emptied hundreds of ballpoints and covered reams of paper with words that no one will ever read. Thats OK, for I do it mostly for myself. S ince I have been writing for this newspaper I have met many of you who have been kind enough to tell me that you enjoy what I do. That, to me, is priceless. Hopefully, some of you have discovered through my simple style just how easy it is to write and will consider trying it for yourself. Wr iting is good for your psyche. It is a r elease that can cleanse the mind and perhaps even the soul. Everyone has a story to tell. Maybe it is your own life story or maybe the accomplishments of your grandchildren. Your subject need not be interesting to the masses. Do it for yourself. I am certain many of y ou have thought about it. You mayLandlinesFrom page 10 See LANDLINES, Page 19

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19BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG have even said to yourself, I bet I could do what that Dan guy does. You know what? You are right. T ake a close look at my columns. N othing complicated, right? I try to write as though I am talking with a friend. I work hard to keep out pretentious words that I would not use in everyday conversation. It seems to work. You need not have a huge vocabulary and if you do you certainly shouldnt hit people over the head with it. Words that are inserted to show off your language skills tend to re mind your reader that someone is writing at them; not talking to them. As I said before, I write for myself. I am very fortunate to have my musings published, but if that ended tomorrow I would continue to write. I just like doing it. I encourage you to find something you enjoy doing and do the hell out of it. Who knows you may even find someone who will allow you to do it professionally. Thank you, H ometown News.LandlinesFrom page 18 B each. C all (321) 698-3635 or visit www.iaapcentralbrevard.homestead.com. Island Garden Club: S econd W ednesday, Noon. Melbourne B each Community Center, 507 O cean Ave., Melbourne Beach. L unch will be served. C all (321) 726-0800 or contact beth@bethglover.com. Italian Language Club: Thursdays. 6 p.m. Community Room, M elbourne Square Mall, Melbourne. Beginners-to-advance class offered. C all (321)724-8599. Jewish War Veterans: P ost 639. S econd Sunday, September to J une, 9:30 a.m. Joes Club, 4676 N. W ickham Road, Melbourne. Call (321) 433-3025. Kiwanis Club of Titusville: Tu esdays, noon. Whistle Junction R estaurant, 3125 Columbia Blvd., T itusville. C all (321) 385-1251. KSC Barracuda SCUBA Dive Club: Third Thursday, 6:30 p.m. M erritt Island Public Library, 1195 N. Courtenay Parkway. Visitors are w elcome. C all (321) 452-2003. Laureate Epsilon Iota: Chapter of Beta Sigma Sorority. Second M onday, 7:30 p.m. C all (321) 7232250 for location. Laureate Alpha Nu: 1 p.m. F ourth Tuesday. Members homes. C all (321) 724-9464. Laureate Zeta Sigma: S econd and fourth Monday, 7:30 p.m. S eptember through May at various locations. C all (321) 676-7949. Moonlight Quilters Guild: F ourth Tuesday, 6:15 p.m. T itusville Public Library, 2121 S. H opkins Ave., Titusville. C all (321) 567-5424. National Association of Active and Retired Federal Employees: Chapter 609. Fourth Thursday, 11 a.m. Piccadilly Cafeteria, 1701 W. N ew Haven Ave., West Melbourne. C all (321) 242-8525. NAACP of Central Brevard: S econd Saturday, 4 p.m. Greater S t. Paul Baptist Church, 214 Stone S t., Room No. 3, Cocoa. C all (321) 631-7165 or (321) 632-5547. North Brevard Retirees Club: M ondays and Wednesdays, 9 a.m. S andrift Community Center, 585 N. Singleton Ave., Titusville. C all (321) 264-5037. Women In NAACP: Third M onday, 6:30 p.m. Greater St. Paul B aptist Church, 214 Stone St., R oom No. 3, Cocoa. C all (321) 6329852. Overeaters Anonymous: Thursdays 7:30 p.m., River Palms M obile Home Park, 200 S. Banana River Drive, Merritt Island. C all (321) 784-5370. Overeaters Anonymous: S aturdays, 9:15 a.m. Port St. John Library, 6500 Carole Ave., Port St. J ohn. C all (321) 266-1910. Palm Bay Happy Lions: F irst and Third Tuesdays, 8 a.m. Dotties R estaurant, 5275 Babcock St. N.E., P alm Bay. C all (321) 674-0587.ClubsFrom page 8 See CLUBS, 21 CIGARETTEDEPOT2595 W. NEWHAVEN WESTMELBOURNE, FL32904 440 W. MERRITT ISLANDCSWY MERRITTISLAND, FL32953 No Chemical AdditivesIncluding:Marlboro, Lights, Camel, Winston, Kool, Newport, Salem and all others!

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20BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG Ja ne Von Thron Room at the Cocoa B each Public Library, 550 N. Breva rd Ave ., Cocoa Beach. F or more information,call (321) 868-1104.F riday, Jan. 27Celebratory Roast for Sheriff J ack Parker: at 6 p.m. Friday, Jan. 27 at the Eau Gallie Yacht Club, 100 D atura Drive, Indian Harbour B each. The event begins with a cocktail r eception at 6 p.m. followed by a 6:30 p.m. dinner, followed by the program. D inner includes choice of Prime Rib or Grilled Mahi Mahi (vegetarian on request) along with salad, starch, vegetable and dessert. Cost is $60 per person. Pr oceeds will benefit the League of Women Voters of the Space Coast F or reservations and entree selection,please contact Doreen Archer at 321-622-4071 by January 22, 2012.Checks should be made payable to LWVSC and mailed to B rigitte Sinton,6629 Canal Road, M elbourne Village,FL 32904.Sunday, Jan. 29M usic on a Sunday Afternoon: at 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 29 at the Cocoa B each Public Library, 550 N. Breva rd Ave ., Cocoa Beach. This week will feature Sunnyland S teve, a versatile guitarist and comedian will give a musical history of the amazing world of country blues and of the artists who developed this little known art form. F or more information,call (321) 868-1104. -If you would like your event featured in Forever Young,please email your events to Fo re verYoungBR@Hometownnewsol.com.CalendarF rom page 17 To submit items for Forever Young, email the information to foreveryoungBR@ hometownnewsol.com or fax it to (321) 242-1281. Please include a contact name and daytime phone number. Send us your stuff Hearing Instruments &Care for Ever y Budget Call Now!321-722-2894 www.aadvancedhearingcare.com Used Hearing Aids Bought &Sold$15+upR.D.DanTaylorAudioprosthologist, Owner ACA, BC/HIS, COHCHelping folks to connect with the sounds of life and living for over 20 years from the heart of Historic Downtown Melbourne 720 E. New Haven Ave.A-Ad v anced Hearing Care CLEARhearing aids by Widex. Natural sound quality Listening comfort in quiet and in noise ZEN program for relaxation and tinnitus management Ultimate in stopping hearing aid whistling Open Fit models to avoid a plugged up feeling and enjoy the natural sound of your own voice. Listen to your TV, stereo, MP3 player and cell phone through your hearing aids.*Normal Fitting Fees Molds ExtraCLEARLY AFFORDABLE.AHighDefinitionHearingSystemandSoVeryMuchMore! A Few of your Favorite Things.... for Less! Golf Getaways Dining Boating ....and More50%G ift CertificatesOnly online at www.hometownnewsol.com

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21BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG Pilot Club of Titusville: F irst and Third Wednesdays, Noon. LaCita C ountry Club, 777 Country Club Drive, Titusville. C all (321) 264-7426. Prime Time: 11:30 a.m. first Mondays. Social Hall, Temple Israel, 7350 Lake Andrew Drive, Viera. C all (321) 254-5143. Republican Womens Network of South Brevard: Third Thursday, Eau G allie Yacht Club, 100 Datura Drive, Indian Harbor Beach. C all (321) 7284424. Satellite Beach Lions Club: 6:45 p.m. First and third Tuesdays. The Enigma, 1550 Highway A1A, Satellite Beach. C all (321) 452-0376. Rolling Thunder Florida One: 3 p.m. fourth Sundays. Veterans Memorial Center, 400 S. Sykes Creek Parkway, Merritt Island. C all (321) 327-8453. Scribblers of Brevard: S econd and fourth Saturday, 9:30 a.m. Eau G allie Public Library, 1521 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 2551984. Senior Talkers: 11:30 a.m. third Mondays. Social Hall, Temple Isreal, 7350 Lake Adrew Drive, Viera. C all (321) 254-5143. Seabee Veterans of America: Third Saturday, 11 a.m. Dons Famous H oagies, 784 S. Apollo Blvd., Melbourne. C all (321) 725-0900. Social Singles: S econd and Fourth Thursdays, 7 p.m. Viera Elks Lodge, 5820 South U.S. 1, Rockledge. C all (321) 610-4382. Space Coast Inventors Guild: F ourth Saturday, 2-4:45 p.m., except D ecember. Eau Gallie Public Library, 1521 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 768-1234. Space Coast Peggers: Local cribbage club. Mondays, 6 p.m. Merritt I sland Towers, 300 S. Sykes Creek, Merritt Island. C all (321) 459-9379. Space Coast Table Tennis: M onday, 7:30 p.m. and Wednesday, 7 p.m. V eterans Memorial Center, 400 S. Sykes Creek Parkway, Merritt Island. C ell (321) 784-2152. Senior Talkers: 11:30 a.m. third Mondays. Social Hall, Temple Israel, 7350 Lake Andrew Drive, Viera. C all (321) 254-5143. Space Coast Weavers and Fiber Artists: Third Saturday, 9 a.m. Merritt I sland Library, 1195 N. Courtenay Parkway, Merritt Island. C all (321) 4591265. Strawbridge Art League: Third Wednesday, 7 p.m. Henegar Center for the Arts, 625 E. Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne. Visit www.strawbridgeartleague.org. Take Off Pounds Sensibly: Fr idays, 9 a.m. weigh-in, 10 a.m. meeting. F irst Baptist Church, 303 Main St., Titusville. C all (321) 269-3037. Titusville Coffee Party: Third Saturdays, 12:30 a.m. Caffe Chocolat, 304 S. Washington Ave., Titusville. Visit www.coffeepartyusa.com. U.S.Air Force Security Forcee Association: S econd Thursdays. 11:30 a.m. The Tides Collocated Club, Highway A1A, Patrick AFB. C all (321) 243-8919. Florida Writers Association: Third Wednesday, 7 p.m. West Melbourne Library, 2755 Wingate Blvd., West Melbourne. C all (321) 455-2986. -To include an organization in Clubs and Classes,send e-mail to Fo re verYoungBR@HometownNewsOL.com. D eadline for submissions is J an.15.ClubsF rom page 19 321-729-14005205 Babcock Street NE, Ste 3 at PortMalabar Blvd. Palm Bay, FL 32905Monday-Friday 2 pm-7 pmComprehensive Health Care Board Certified Internal MedicineComplete Family CareFLUSHOTS$1650 MelBayHealthCare MelBayW alk-In Clinic211 Coral Sands Dr., between US1 &Florida Ave RockledgeLocated inside American Cancer T reatment Center, Ste. C321-729-1400 HealthFirst HealthFirst

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22BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG J ob opportunities abound for seniors At one point in the 2008 Oscarnominated film Frost/Nixon, former President Richard Nixon, played by Frank Langella, says, Retired people are the most bored people in the world. While some retirees might scoff at that remark, others no doubt agree theres an element of truth to it. Per haps boredom is one reason many seniors continue to work past retirement age. According to the Congressional Research Ser vice, 47 percent of male seniors and 34 percent of female seniors were employed in 2007. That those figures were from 2007 is significant, as it indicates this was before the economic downturn of 2008-09, a consequence of which was more seniors returning to the workforce. F or many seniors, though, working isnt simply a means to earn money. In fact, seniors who continued working past the age of 70 earned an average of just $20,000 in 2007. Seniors also tend to work to have something to do. For seniors looking to do just that, there are a host of employment or even volunteer opportunities that can help seniors stay busy and possibly put a little extra money in their pockets. Local park service. Many local park services hire seniors to help keep the parks clean. These are often seasonal opportunities, making them ideal for seniors who live in different cities depending on the seasons. metrocreativeconncection.comFor Hometown News See OPPORTNITIES, 23 V ounterring at the local library is one way to get a foot in the door to new opporunities. metrocreativeconnection.com S U D O K U P U Z Z L EC atch the eye of ov er 25,000 r eaders!VOL USIA 386-322-5900BREVARD321-242-1013 INDIAN RIVER772-569-6767 ST.LUCIE/MARTIN772-465-5656P lace your ad in this premium position now! Call your local office for more information

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23BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG Golf course. Golf courses are other seasonal businesses, at least in much of the country, that also boast lots of part-time opportunities for seniors. For example, golf courses need r angers, who ensure all golfers play by the rules and respect the course, and even maintenance staff, who do everything from cut the grass to maintaining gardens. These can also pull double duty, providing seniors with daily exercise to help them stay healthy. Volunteer. Many programs that help indigent citizens get by every day welcome seniors as volunteers. Meal delivery services and other programs that cater to the sick are often in need of a helping hand. School systems. Local school districts also have volunteer opportunities that can be ideal for seniors. Positions such as crossing guard or even helping out with the local athletic teams dont require much of a commitment and can be rewarding and fun for seniors. Consultant work. Seniors who miss the thrill of business dont have to give it up completely simply because theyre retired. Ma ny seniors earn a handsome amount of money by working as consultants, using their vast experience to help the next generation. Whats more, consultants often work on their own schedule, an ideal situation for seniors with a passion for business but an equal passion for the positives of r etirement. Library. Libraries might not be as popular as they once were, but many are still going strong, and some even use volunteers and part-time employees to keep their operations running smoothly. M any libraries prefer hiring seniors thanks to their reliability and good attitude.OpportunitiesF rom page 22 23 things you will do at least once this year Although years seemingly go by at blurring speed where only certain events are memorable, there are a handful of activities nearly everyone does over the course of a typical year. Here are some things that you can count on doing at least once this year.1. Sing Auld, Lang Syne 2. Cheer for your favorite Super Bowl team 3. Send a Valentine 4. Drink green beer 5. File income tax paperwork 6. Celebrate a birthday 7. Get a dental cleaning 8. Get a physical 9. Swim in a pool or body of water 10. See a fireworks display 11. Attend a sporting event 12. Plant flowers 13. Mow the lawnSee 23 T HINGS, 25metrocreativeconncection.comF or Hometown News

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24BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG GO AND DO VOL USIA COUNTY Daytona B each Shores is a small community with 4,500 residents, but it is capable of hosting up to 30,000 visitors during special events like B ike Week. The city is also home to the Shores S pa Resort and Hotel and the Living Legends of Auto Racing Hall of F ame Brick Walk. The Living Legends of Racing Inc. is a nonprofit organization that ov ersees the Walk of Fame located at 3050 South Atlantic Ave. The bricks are dedicated to former great racing pioneers and highlights the areas racing legacy. The history of the whole racing thing started here, said Olin H opes, a member or Living Legends of Auto Racing. It started up in Ormond back and reached D aytona by the s, then came down in this area in the s. The sport went inland in the s when the Speedway was built. Ma ny great racing legends are commemorated in the bricks, including William Bill France, Mad Mar ion MacDonald, Rapid Roy H all, Ethel Flock Mobley, Vicki W ood, James Jerome Red Voigt and more. I f you are a racing fan its nice to Racecars, resorts and beacons of lightBy Andreas ButlerF or Hometown News See DA YT ONA BEACH SHORES, 25 Randy Barber/ staff photographerThe Living Legends of Auto Racing Memorial Brick Walk of Fame in Daytona Beach Shores features inscribed bricks honoring the pioneers of auto racing. The Secrets Out . .1-866-913-6397www.hometownnewsol.com is the publication for your active lifestyle! Call today to receive your free subscription

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25BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG 14. Go out for ice cream 15. Rake leaves 16. Eat turkey 17. Purchase gifts 18. Take a vacation 19. Give a car an oil change 20. Be shocked by a TV series season cliffhanger 21. Get a cold 22. Decorate the home 23. Make a resolution 23 ThingsF rom page 23 see, Mr. Hopes said. People dont r ealize that where City Hall sits at in the Shores is part of the old racetrack and grand stand. A1A was also part of the old track. It all had to be moved basically because people could not make it to their homes. The group also runs the Living Legends of Auto Racing Museum located in the Sunshine Park Mall in S outh Daytona. The Shores Spa &Resort is the D aytona areas premier resort and spa. It offers luxurious rooms with spectacular views of Daytona B each, the Atlantic Ocean and I ntercoastal waterway. W e have a 10 -story luxury resort and spa that is Daytonas only fourdiamond hotel. It is really an unexpected luxury, said Susan Keavbney, the resorts marketing director. A ctually we have a lot of locals who live in Port Orange, Daytona and Ormond come take advantage of our Indulge Spa and Azure fine dining restaurant. The resort contains warm hues, I talian marble restrooms, pillowtop beds and chic furnishes. Rates start at $109 per night. I t s really a cool and fun undiscovered hang out space, Ms. K eavbney said. It is refreshing and quiet and at this time of year we are not as busy, so locals can really take advantage. J ust south of the Shores, in Ponce I nlet, is one of the states most r ecognizable attraction The P once de Leon Inlet Light Station, located at 4391 Peninsula Drive. It stands 175 feet and is the tallest lighthouse in Florida. It is also the second tallest masonry lighthouse in the nation. The 203-step structure attracts 175,000 visitors a year. Admission is $5 per adult and $1.50 per child under 11. It opens every day at 10 a.m. Closing times vary per time of y ear. T oday the structure consists of the tower and a museum with memorabilia and historic facts on the lighthouse and the surrounding community. The lighthouse was constructed in 1883 and opened in 1887 as the M osquito Inlet Lighthouse, which was the name for the surrounding area. The lighthouse name changed in 1927 when Mosquito Inlet was r enamed Ponce Inlet. Ker osene lit the structure up until 1920 when a generator was installed making the transition to electricity. In 1998 the structure became a N ational Historic Landmark. The P once Inlet Lighthouse Preservation Association maintains and r uns the structure. Those who visit will see on of the largest collections of lighthouse optics in the world, director of operations Mike Bennett said. The Lighthouse also gives visitors a sense and feel of what life was like at the turn of the century for Floridas coastal residents. F or more information,visit www.livinglegendsofautoracing.co m.ShoresF rom page 24 PinnacleEyeCenterExpert, Personalized & Compassionate Eye Care REGINEPAPPAS, MDBoard Certified Ophthalmologist, Eye Surgeon,Glaucoma Specialist ST A TE-OF-THE-AR T GLAUCOMA & CA T ARACT CARE JENIFERRAMSOWER, ODBoard Certified Optometric Physician www.PinnacleEyeCenter.com1 649 W. Eau Gallie Blvd., Melbourne (321) 255-4949Eye Exams, Glaucoma, Cataract, LASIK, OpticalDr. Pappas is one of few surgeons in the US and the first one in Florida to perform Canaloplasy, a state-of-the-art procedure.Canaloplasty, a new alternative to traditional Glaucoma surgery to better control eye pressure and reduce the number of medications patients use. Similarly, the Express Mini-Shunt advanced Glaucoma surgery, routinely performed over the last four years. Advance cataract surgery with combination of lenses ReStor, Crystalena, ReZoom, Verisyse &Toric. Some of these lenses are designed to improve vision at all distances and potentially without glasses. ThriftyMeds.com GET A FREE PRICE QUOTE TODAY! SIMPLE SA VINGS Brand Strength Size US Canada Gen SAVE Aciphex20mg100tabs$585$152$86 Albuterol90mcg200 dose$52$14$8 Diovan320mg30tabs$145$37.98$17.46 Effexor XR150mg100caps$411$207$106 Plavix75mg28tabs$142$86$34 Flomax0.4mg30caps$109$26$17 Proscar5mg30tabs$106$67$38 Lipitor40mg100tabs$415$203$115 1-866-999-7928 toll freewww.ThriftyMedsNow.com

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Though its common to ring in the New Year by making resolutions for the year, its far less popular to set goals for the next 12 months. Resolutions and goals might be similar, but theyre not exactly the same. When setting goals, men and women are attempting to develop a plan for the year ahead with the intent of being in a better place in 365 days. Successful resolutions are typically far less encompassing. While resolutions are goaloriented, men and women often make just one resolution that does not require a plan so much as some dedication. For instance, a goal of being more financially secure will require a plan that must be implemented for it to be a success. A resolution to quit smoking might involve some advice from health professionals, but in general its up to the individual to simply stop smoking. When setting goals for the next 12 months, consider the following tips. Brainstorm some ideas. Goals should pertain to all aspects of life, from career goals to personal goals to anything you want to accomplish around the house. B efore setting any goals, brainstorm as many ideas as possible for each area of your life. Write these ideas down, no matter how big or small they might be even though you might not decide to pursue each and every goal you come up with. The purpose of this is just to get some ideas flowing and to use those ideas as a foundation. If two or more ideas are similar, such as losing weight and eating healthier, then you can combine those later on and make them one goal to simply be healthier a year from now. Rank goals by their importance to you. Goals will have varying degrees of importance, and this can help you to rank them by which ones you feel are most important. This doesnt mean you cant accomplish each goal on y our list. But prioritizing goals can make it easier to accomplish them. A good approach to take is to accomplish a high-priority goal, then reward yourself by tackling a more lighthearted goal thats less of a priority. For instance, if one of your biggest priorities is to install new siding on the house and you accomplish this goal, then reward yourself by next working on one of your more funoriented goals, such as visiting a water park or attending a ballgame. Such a balance and reward system can provide motivation and make for a fun and productive year to boot. Establish a time frame. When setting goals with no time frame in mind, its easy to procrastinate and downplay the significance of the goals. When setting goals, establish a time frame to increase y our chances of being successful. F or instance, if you have a goal to save X amount of money over the next 12 months, give yourself monthly savings markers to meet. This can help keep you on schedule and ensure you will achieve y our goal come the end of the y ear. Give yourself progress reports. As the year goes on, periodically assess your progress. You might r ealize some goals have become bigger priorities while others are no longer as important, and thats perfectly alright. But once you have passed the planning stage and started to pursue a goal, track y our progress and stay the course if its going well. If not, reconsider y our plan and decide if its best to lay out another course of action. S etting goals for the year ahead is a great way to ensure the next 12 months will be productive and fruitful.26BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSJanuary 2012FOREVER YOU NG Setting goals for the New Yearmetrocreativeconncection.comFor Hometown News H ICKORY POINTEApartments $99Moves You In!(with credit approval)$600 $700 $600 $700 $600 $700 $600 $700 $600 $700 $600 $7001 Bedroom starting at $6002 Bedroom starting at $700 Rent Includes:FREE T ransportation, FREE Basic Cable, New Fitness Center, FREE Intrusion Alarms, FREE V isiting Nurse & Lots of Resident Activities in Our Clubhouse!hickor yp ointa p ts.com27 00 Carlson Circle Melbourne321-723-1611 SUDOKU PUZZLE ANSWER www.us1golfcenter.com(321) 632-5461US 1 GOLF CENTER4775 South US 1 Rockledge $200 OFFRange Bucket(Single Bucket,with HTNCoupon)I ndividual Instruction &Group Get GolfReady in 5 Days Jan uary 11th-15th L adies Clinic on Mo nday Nights!

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