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Title: Hometown news (Melbourne, FL). 2007.
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WEST MELBOURNE The West M elbourne police chiefs failure to tell his bosses that a police commander stole illegal drugs from an evidence room may cost the chief his job. The City Council voted 4-3 to move forward with the potential firing of police chief Brian K. Lock, who has been in hot water since he helped the veteran police commander enter a rehabilitation facility without telling council members of the drug thefts. C ouncil members, who are the police chiefs superiors in West Melbournes form of government, were unaware of the drug thefts by Commander Charles Schrum until an anonymous tipster notified councilman Michael J. Hazlett last November. After his drug rehab, Mr. Schrum was quietly allowed to retire on Jan. 4, 2010, on a $40,000 annual pension, claiming an unspecified leg injury. Ma y or Hal J. Rose complained that there was no paper trail left of the drug thefts. City manager Scott Morgan later said the case could have been prosecuted as a crime, but it was not. How ever, Chief Lock said he consulted with State Attorney Norm W olfinger in the Schrum case, and was told the case might fail because Mr. Schrums admissions to the chief about two drug thefts might not be admissible in court. In a packed council meeting last w eek, many supporters of Chief Lock urged the council to retain him. B ut many other residents urged the council to remove the chief, who could be dismissed within two weeks. Chief Lock, who has been West M elbourne police chief since 1990, r eceived a recent evaluation from the council of a 3.15 rating out of a possible 5.0, for a mere satisfactor y rating.W est Melbourne set to fire police chief 014856 2012 Official Program 2012 Official Program 012127Dont Miss YourChance To Reach 22,000 Residents &Visitors of Brevard County! Get Your Message Into The Official 24th Annual Strawberry Festival Program!TO RESERVESPACE CALLTODAY!321.242.1013 MELBOURNE SHOW OF FERS TIPSPGAMerchandise Show opened its doors Jan. 26. P ageB8 INSIDEV ol. 8, No. 30 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Feb. 17, 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 mtstandard.com: F ollow up: M ontana man fined $1,000 for instigating police chase A Butte man who told officers he instigated a police chase because he always wanted to try it, found out it'll cost him a $1,000 fine to go with his tire damage. The Montana ENTERTAINMENTB1 INDEXJeffrey BiegelCalendarB4 ClassifiedB9 Club SceneB1 Crossword B7 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Star Scopes B1 V iewpoint A6 ROMANCING THE STOVE B8Pay attention to what you drink to lose weight.See WEIRD, A2 H OW WEIRD IS THAT?!SE AN MCCARTHY 018406GET LUCKY!ONLINE AT www.HometownNewsOL.com ONLINE AT www.HometownNewsOL.com50% OFF 50% OFFGIFT GIFT CER CER TIFIC TIFIC A A TES TES W est Melbourne councilman sees police intimidationWEST MELBOURNE City Councilman Michael J. H azlett figures that in 12 y ears in West Melbourne, he had seen a police car in his neighborhood maybe three times. Mr. Hazlett lives in a lakeside gated community whose streets are self-funded, and is not routinely patrolled by the West Melbourne Police Department. So why are police cars suddenly stationed frequently in front of Mr. H azlettes home, he asks? Mr. Hazlett claims its intimidation by the West M elbourne Police Department because he blew the whistle on a police commander who was stealing drugs from a police property room. Howe ver, police chief Br ian K. Lock denies the councilmans allegations. S peaking at a City Council meeting, Mr. Hazlett said he will not be intimidated. S top with the home tours, because its ludicrous, Mr. Hazlett said. This would be the latest tactic from the police Nonprofit offers free HIV testing, supportBREVARD For preventing an HIV infection, knowledge is power. Which is why Project R esponse, a nonprofit serving people with HIV and AIDS on the Space and Tr easure coasts, offers free HIV testing so people infected with the virus can be in the know. A ccording to Florida D epartment of Health, throughout Brevard County, there are 2,500 people living with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, or the disease itself, which weakens the immune system and destroys the bodys ability to fight infections. G uy Piscione, an education and outreach specialist at Project Response, said estimates show 500 more people in Brevard, in addition to the 2,500 known cases, could be infected but unaware of their statuses. Thats why we encourage people who are sexually active and who participate in what is considered high-risk behaviors, such as men having sex with men and people who use IV drugs, be tested frequently, Mr. Piscione said. Pr oject Response offers free walk-in testing Monday through Friday in Melbourne at 745 S. Apollo Bl v d. from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p .m. Individuals must be 18 or older and present a v alid ID to receive testing, and results can be provided within 20 minutes, according to Project Responses we bsite, www.projectre-Cruisin cars Andy Stefanek/ staff photographerDeric Hausmann of Melbourne admires some of the model cars at the Mopar Super Swap Meet XIII held at Wickham Park Pavilion last month. In addition to the normalsized cars was a model car and truck show hosted by the Table Top Cruisers of Central Florida. William Singleton, 6, of Melbourne works on putting together his toy model car at the Mopar Super Swap Meet XIII held at Wickham P ark Pavilion last month. In addition to the normal-sized c ars was a model car and truck show hosted by the T able Top Cruisers of Central Florida.Andy Stefanek staff photographerDismissal pending in case dubbed OxyContin cover-upBy Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.comSee WEST MEL, A2By Meagan McGonemmcgone@hometownnewsol.com See HI V, A4Says cops park at his home; chief denies claimBy Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.comSee HAZLETT, A4

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Expires 2/20/12SAVEANEXTRA$100offPurchase of $1000 or more BONUSCOUPONSAVEANEXTRA$200offPurchase of $2000 or more*Excludes hot buys, Advertised Item. Cannot be combined with other promotional offers. Expires 2/20/12SAVEANEXTRA$200offPurchase of $2000 or more SPECIAL FINANCING AV AILABLESee Store For DetailsSPECIAL FINANCING AV AILABLESee Store For DetailsChief Lock said he hoped it wouldnt be held against him that he applied for and failed to be hired for v acant jobs of police chief in Sp r ingfield, Tenn., and P once Inlet in Volusia County. I did not realize that my evaluation would reflect negatively regarding my r ight to seek other employment, Chief Lock said. The chief said he sought to leave because even before the Schrum incident, at least two council members got upset with me because I r efused to terminate an employee without cause. The chief did not offer details, saying: The rest of the details will come out at deposition if his case is litigated. Chief Lock said he did not notify council members of C ommander Schrums drug thefts because he was concerned about Mr. Schrum. The decision I made was to be compassionate and send a police officer that had served this community for 18 years to treatment first, Chief Lock said. M y pr ior ity in this cr isis was to help a human being. H ealth should be the first pr ior ity the chief said. The council sought clar ification fr om city attor ney J ames P W ilson on the pr ocess r equir ed for a dismissal. Ma y or H al R ose deputy may or S tephanie Eley Mr H azlett and councilman J ohn T ice voted to pr oceed with a notice of ter mination. C ouncil members Ms Y oung, B ill M ettr ick and P at B entley voted against the pr oceeding. Mr T ice felt it was important to vote even though he is r eco ver ing fr om r ecent hear t sur ger y I was at death s door so those thr eatening letters (fr om anonymous senders) don t bother me Mr T ice said. Mr T ice said ignor ing Chief Lock s actions is like for giving someone for stealing a car because he pr eviously paid for 30 cars The bottom line is it s ther e And it s not going away Mr T ice said. H e (Chief Lock) could have fixed it, and he hasn t. B ut it s not too late for us to fix it. Y ou don t have to like me I r eally don t car e I was dead a w eek ago B ut I still have a job to do Mr T ice said. C ouncilwoman Andr ea Y oung, a suppor ter of the chief, said the chief s negative ev aluation in 2011 should not be based on the pr oper ty r oom dr ug thefts because they occurr ed in J une 17-19, 2009. S he said council members ar e not qualified to judge the chief s per for mance All y ou have to do to sit up her e is be a r esident of We st M elbour ne and win an election, Ms Y oung said, descr ibing the pr oceeding as a kangar oo cour t. B ut M ay or R ose said the dr ug thefts ar e r elev ant in 2011 because the council was not awar e of it in 2009. Mr H azlett, who has dubbed the case an OxyC ontin co ver -up r ead fr om the city char ter which calls for the chief to lawfully per for m his job How can any one on this dais look at this Schr um incident and say with a str aight face that he (Chief Lock) did his job lawfully? Mr H azlett said. Do y ou think that if I had kno wn about this in 2009 that I would have sat on it? Mr H azlett said. Ms Eley called Chief Locks poor per for mance r eview a vote of no confidence F or giveness does not mean y ou don t have to ser ve the consequences of y our actions Ms E ley said. This needs to be r esolved for ever y one I t cannot continue like this W est MelF rom page A1 S tandard in Butte reports 55-year-old John C. Hughes pleaded guilty Thursday in City Court to reckless driving while eluding a peace officer. The chase began in the pre-dawn hours Thursday when officers reported a man followed a patrol car for seven blocks before pulling his SUV around and taking off at speeds of up to 70 mph. Officers say Hughes was traveling faster than 100 mph on the interstate before officers laid out a spike strip to flatten his tires. When asked why he started the chase, Hughes said, "I just always wanted to do that," according to the police report. From sfgate.com: Marin w oman gets back necklace lost down toilet months earlier A San Rafael womans treasured gold necklace survived an incredible journey when it was accidentally flushed down the toilet in October. S anitation department workers found it last week and have returned it to the woman. Ann Aulakh had worn the Italian gold B yzantine chain every day basically all the time except when getting Xr ays, she said since her husband Jeet gave it to her during their first Christmas together in 1993. But one sleepless night in October it fell off her neck, into the toilet, and was flushed down the drain. She thought shed never see it again. But her friend and neighbor Lynn Kemmeter called the San Rafael sanitation district and r eported the necklace missing in the sewer pipes. K emmeter, whose civicminded attitude inspires friends to call her Citizen L ynn, hoped that the necklace might somehow be recovered. And she was ri ght: The department found the necklace and told K emmeter, who had hoped to wrap it up and deliver it to Aulakh. But sanitationW eirdF rom page A1 See WEIRD A 3

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B ut they surprised their friends, families and their priest by announcing their plan to marry. J ust in time for Valentines Da y, the couple wed on Feb. 4 at Our Lady of Lourdes C atholic Church in Melbourne. The bride is from Melbourne. The groom is from P alm Bay. The bride said she did not w ear a long-trained dress because her husband-to-be hadnt seen her in such a stylish dress that showed off her legs. S he has great legs, Mr. Larkin said. The couple is demonstrating that love isnt a matter of how old you are, but how you are old. B oth of them were set in their ways. She was twice widowed, and Mr. Larkins first two wives died. Then Cupids arrow struck. A housekeeper who maintained both of their homes thought they should meet and introduced them. A few lunch dates followed. B ut it wasnt until Ms. Larkin suffered a back injury last Labor Day and was briefly bedridden that she discovered Mr. Larkins true colors. He came by and made her coffee, fixed her breakfast, and showed he cared about her well-being. That told Ms. Larkin a lot. P lus, he had other good qualities. H e s the first husband Ive had with hair, she said, running her fingers through Mr. Larkins silvery locks. The couple are goodnatured and playful, joking easily with each other. They are very much in the honeymoon stage, holding hands and gazing lovingly at each other. F or Mr. Larkin, popping the question wasnt easy. It doesn t get easier on the third attempt. I just anticipate that she might have wanted some companionship and we could travel together, Mr. Larkin said. Then it developed into something more. The couple has known each other for two years. I thought you were already married, a coffee shop waitr ess told them when they announced their engagement. The couple likes to play euchre at the Palm Bay Community Center and avoids the M elbourne Senior Center because they like to play bridge, Ms. Larkin said, r olling her eyes. B oth enjoy travel, but delayed their honeymoon because of a bureaucratic hassle. M y passport is no good r ight now because I cant get my name changed, she said. W e went to get my license changed, but you cant do that until you get your Social S ecurity card changed. And that takes 10 to 20 days. R eflecting on their sunsety ears encounter, Ms. Larkin said: I wasnt looking for anything at my age. I already had two good marriages. B ut you never know whats in store. He was home alone, and I was home alone. We immediately seemed to get along well together. I could not live with someone who I had to argue with all the time. H e s very thoughtful and very sweet. Mr. Larkin said you have to find common ground with a new spouse. Luckily, both of them love to watch re-runs of G olden Girls. M ainly, they know that life goes on after losing a spouse. The grade school I went to in New York is gone. The church he was baptized in is no longer there. You cant go home again, Ms. Larkin said. Mr. Larkin said: Its like you r emember your childhood fondly. Now you remember y our wives. They are still working out the kinks of their shared lives. S he dominates the closet space, Mr. Larkin said. Ms. Larkin recalls that in lonelier times, if she learned of a young person dying, she would wonder, Why didnt y ou take me instead? A happy marriage can change ones perspective. N ow I say Dont you take me now, Ms. Larkin said. Richard and Betty LarkinRichard and Betty Larkin are newlyweds as seniorsworker Bill LeNoue beat her to it and knocked on A ulakhs door early Feb. 1 H e held it up, and I was in shock, Aulakh said. I mean, the kindness was incredible. The necklace is a bit worse for the wear after the months it spent away. The clasp is broken, and even though Aulakh soaked it in hydrogen peroxide, shes still planning to get it professionally cleaned. Fr om abclocal.go.com: O klahoma state worker in trouble over off-color email An Oklahoma state worker is facing disciplinary action after an official email that contained an offcolor term for breasts was sent to hundreds of people. The e-mail was sent as the W eirdF rom page A2 See WEIRD, A4By Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.com

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O klahoma Insurance D epartment searched for people to honor at a tornado preparedness meeting. Department spokesman Glenn Craven said an e-mail with "offensive and unacceptable language" was traced to a staff member staff who was deeply apologetic. The agency did not identify the staffer. Craven said neither I nsurance Commissioner J ohn Doak nor any supervisor was aware of the e-mail before it was sent. The text r ead: "Governor's Award: The most prestigious honor, given to an individual or organization that has made an outstanding contribution to the cause of tornado preparedness, response, r ecovery, mitigation or r esearch at the state, r egional or national level. I nsurance Commissioner's A ward: Presented to the girl with the biggest ****." department. Ive got police cars that sit in front of my home. I dont know if theyre intimidating me or what theyre doing. Recently, they seem to have a great attention on Ashley Manor. Thats not going to work, said Mr. H azlett, who has claimed police harassment because of his efforts to cut the police departments budget, and because he reported the theft of drugs by former police commander Charles Schrum. Mr. Hazlett, who is fighting a traffic citation issued to him by the West Melbourne P olice Department, said he was even followed to traffic court by a former councilman who is a political rival. G et a life, Mr. Hazlett said. Chief Lock said councilman Hazletts claims of increased patrols on his street are greatly exaggerated. There is absolutely no more coverage there today than there was three years ago, Chief Lock said, That is absolutely not the case, and I take great exception to that. I t s easy to make statements. Maybe in his mind he believes it. I cant get into that mind, and thats a good thing, Chief Lock said. Chief Lock said police officers use a specific gate code for entry into Ashley Manor, and the community log would show no unusual increase of police patrols. Chief Lock said the court system does not uphold traffic citations issued in gated communities unless the community agrees to a police presence and Ashley C ourt allows for traffic monitoring, another reason why police cars traffic through there. S ome people dont believe that we landed on the moon, Chief Lock said. Theres a lot of perception, and its subjective. City attorney James P. Wilson said police have access to any community gated or otherwise. I dont know of any unique relationship, other than the fact its got a gate on it, Mr. Wilson said. P olitical rivals have also challenged Mr. Hazletts legal residency in West Melbourne because he owns homes and vehicles in four states. How ever, Mr. Wilson said Mr. Hazlett is a legal resident of West Melbourne. U nder Florida law, if you have a homestead exemption, youve declared your domicile to be there, Mr. W ilson said. It is my understanding that Mr. Hazlett has a homestead exemption in W est Melbourne. H e is registered to vote in W est Melbourne. The fact that he spends time in other places does not change that, Mr. Wilson said. Mr. Wilson said the councilmans adversaries would have to go to court to prove otherwise. Mo re people means more money for the local economy. Thats why the city of W est Melbourne is proud that for the second year in a row, it has lead Br evard County in the number of new housing permits issued. Another good year for new housing starts in 2011 speaks well of the ever-increasing confidence new homebuyers have in West Melbourne, Ma y or Hal Rose said. O ur community is a great place to live, whether you are raising a family with children attending local schools, or if you are retired and looking for a safe place to live near outstanding shopping and medical services, Mayor Rose said. In 2011, West Melbourne issued more new r esidential construction permits than any city in Br evard County, including the larger cities of M elbourne and Palm Bay. The construction of new homes drives a local economy by increases a citys tax base, while bringing in new residents to support local businesses and schools. W est Melbourne, a city of about 18,000 residents, issued 181 construction permits for new housing units, the same number it issued in 2010. The 181 permits r epresent the most the city has issued since 2005. The permits were issued for mostly singlefamily homes, except for six permits issued for multi-family units in 2011. In 2011, the dollar value of West Melbournes new housing units greatly surpassed that of all cities in Brevard County. The investment in new housing is very much appreciated, as new housing construction has a positive impact on the health of many local businesses, such as furniture sales, city manager Scott Morgan said. The city is delighted to we lcome new citizens to our community, Mr. Mo r gan added. In Pa lm Bay, the City C ouncil voted to lower impact fees for new housing construction, pointing out that West M elbourne is attracting F riday, February 17, 2012 A4 Melbourne Hometown News 681394 014622 Susan Hawkins(321) 242-1013Y our Melbourne Hometown News Advertising ConsultantF OR A HI GH QUALITY, LOW COST,E FFECTIVE AD PLEASE CALL:She can take care of all your advertising needs! 014603Are You Losing More Than Money On Your Rental Property?(321) 607-3700 www.AllCountyPreferred.com1802 S.Fiske Blvd.,Suite #108 Rockledge,FL 32955Email:Contact@AllCountyPreferred.com We Handle All Marketing T enant Screening Lease Negotiation Maintenance Requests 24/7 Rent CollectionWe take the hassle out of property management so that you can enjoy being an owner,not a landlord. R esidential Units/Multi-Family Preferred Property Management 011774Expires 2/24/12 012032 012032 014413What Does the Center for Spiritual Living Space Coast Have to Of fer? 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Karma is currently in the Paws & Stripes Program at the Brevard County Jail Complex, and is available for adoption. Ad sponsored by: W est Melbourne leads in housing startsHazlettF rom page A1sponse.org. Pr oject Response receives its free testing kits through the Department of Healths Bu r eau of HIV/AIDS. In addition to help from other grants and organizations, Pr oject Responses education program is funded through United Way of Brevard. The organization began in 1990, when several Melbourne families came together to support individuals coping with HIV and AIDS. Today, Project R esponse serves more than 1,500 clients in Florida, offering HIV information, preventative measures, financial assistance and links to medical care. F or more information on Project Response,call (321) 724-1177,or visit www.projectresponse.org.HIVF rom page A1City leads Brevard County in new residential constructionBy Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.comSee HOUSING, A5 W eirdF rom page A3

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 17, 2012 Melbourne A5 684084 Police report Cocoa Beach Police Department Christopher Bennett McC allister, 41, of 602 H ibiscus Trail, Melbourne, was charged Feb. 7 with burglary of a structure using a motor vehicle, criminal mischief-property damage and hit-and-run leaving the scene of a crash.Melbourne Police Department Garrett W. Schull, 29, of 907 Nelson Drive, Melbourne, was charged Feb. 3 with unarmed home invasion robbery and felony on-site violation of probation. Daniel J. Whitson, 38, of 2995 Limpet Court, Melbourne, was charged Feb. 3 with felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Victornio Castillo, 44, of 2514 Allan Adale Road, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 4 with felony child abuse. Imer Adin Alvarez H errera, 36, of 2600 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne, was charged Feb. 4 with aggrav ated assault with a deadly w eapon and throwing a missile into a dwelling/vehicle. Daniel T. Stange, 35, address unknown, was charged Feb. 4 with armed burglary of a dwelling/structure/conveyance, trespassing and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Tammy Esquivel, 34, of 790 Van Buren St., Melbourne, was charged Feb. 5 on an out-of-county warrant and with fraudgiving false identification to a law enforcement officer. Eric Montano, 39, of 836 Cronin Ave., Melbourne, was charged Feb. 5 with r efusing to submit to a balance test and felony driving under the influence. Thomas Paul Cook, 42, of 440 Audubon Drive, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 6 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied conveyance, resisting arrest without violence and felony on-site violation of probation. Edward T. Flynn, 63, of 1135 N. Wickham Road, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 6 with three counts of possession of a w eapon/ammo by a convicted felon. James Keith Scarborough, 50, of 1428 Eva Lane, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 6 with aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon. Thomas Barry Gibson, 42, of 3116 Granada Bay Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged Feb. 7 with aggrav ated assault with a deadly w eapon and as a habitual traffic offender driving on a suspended license. Adam D. Murray, 26, of 104 Orchid Blvd., Melbourne, was charged Feb. 7 with felony battery and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Robert Baron Ritchey, 43, of 339 Patrick Circle, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 7 with petit larceny. Richard Daniel Rotgers, 21, of 2710 Nancy St., M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 9 with aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon, armed burglary of a dwelling.structure/conveyance, and felony contempt of court.P alm Bay Police Department Efriam Santiago, 36, of 825 E. University Blvd., M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 3 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied structure and grand theft. Harry Ramon Santiago, 35, of 825 E. University Blv d., Melbourne, was charged Feb. 3 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied structure and grand theft. Keith Andrew Donovan, 40, of 2309 Allan Adale R oad, Melbourne, was charged Feb. 5 with felony battery on an officer/firefighter/EMT. Melinda Denise McKinney, 28, of 2261 Hampton Greens Blvd., Melbourne, was charged Feb. 9 with two counts of dealing in stolen property and two counts of petit larceny. Ann Chambers Parsons, 28, of 1434 Lillian Lane, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 9 with dealing in stolen property. Edward Andrew Smith, 38, of 4850 Walker Ave., M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 9 with dealing in stolen property and larceny. W est Melbourne P olice Department Stephen D. Garner, 25, of 820 Juanita Circle, Melbourne, was charged Feb. 7 with leaving the scene of an accident without rendering aid and as a habitual traffic offender driving on a suspended license.Brevard County Sheriffs Office Joni Ann Arispe, 28, of 1850 Bridgewater Drive, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 3 with trafficking a controlled substance and selling marijuana. Santo J. Ciccone, 62, of 3605 American Drive, West M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 3 with grand theft. Daniel L. Darnell, 29, of 700 E. Fee Ave., Melbourne, was charged Feb. 3 with passing forged/altered identification to a secondhand property dealer and felony violation of probation. Fleming Harper, 39, address unknown, was charged Feb. 3 with selling cocaine, possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. James Allen Harris, 23, of 3477 Cabbage Palm Blvd., M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 3 with dealing in stolen property, giving false o wnership information to pawn items, two counts of larceny and two counts of unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling. Colin Akeem Kirkby, 22, address unknown, was charged Feb. 3 with selling cocaine. Henry A. Perez, 37, of 1850 Bridgewater Drive, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 3 with two counts of possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana and two counts of selling marijuana. Carmen A. Phillips, 22, of 3373 Rivercrest Drive, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 3 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Stephanie L. Allen, 36, address unknown, was charged Feb. 4 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Donald P. Essig, 45, of 5350 Florida Ave., West M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 5 with fraud-giving a false statement to obtain unemployment. Floyd Graham, 71, address unknown, was charged Feb. 5 as an out-ofstate fugitive. Jonathan Lucas Wolfe, 32, address unknown, was charged Feb. 5 with resisting arrest without violence, touching/striking, unarmed r obbery by sudden snatching, larceny and felony onsite violation of probation. Dale Floyd Broadwell, 52, address unknown, was charged Feb. 6 with possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Douglas Ray Johnson, 54, of 2760 Allen Hill Ave., M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 6 with aggravated battery causing bodily harm. Ryshide S. Kellam, 28, of 325 E. University Blvd., M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 6 with selling cocaine, possession of cocaine with intent to sell and two counts of possession of cocaine. Amy Marie Edens, 42, of 809 Hawthorne Drive, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 7 on an out-of-county warrant. Timaule Latieth Hayes, 35, address unknown, was charged Feb. 7 with smuggling contraband into a detention center andCRIMELINE: (800) 423-TIPSEditors note: This is a list of arrests,not convictions, and all arrestees are presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty in a court of law. homebuilders because it adjusted its impact fees. A homebuilders committee told the Pa lm Bay City Council that West Melbourne issued 177 new housing permits last year, compared to 115 in Pa lm Bay. H omebuilders in Pa lm Bay would now pay about $4,300 for transportation fees for a single-family home, compared to $6,000 previously. Park usage fees for a single-family home would be reduced from $985 to $788 for homebuilders. Pa lm Bay city councilwoman Kristine I snardi urged the council to go further to compete with West M elbourne and other municipalities. C onsidering that Br evard County and the city of West Melbourne have completely waived their fees, I would like to see a slightly larger r eduction, Ms. Isnardi said. If we sit at the same level as the city of W est Melbourne, what is the incentive to come to Palm Bay? I f were sitting at a 30-percent reduction, we should consider a 50-percent reduction, Ms. Isnardi said. Officials in West M elbourne said new homebuilding has also attracted more business to the town, with permits being issued to such businesses as Dollar Tree, Verizon Wir eless, Longhorn S teakhouse, McDonalds and Spagos R estaurant. Pr oponents of the lower fees included the H ome Builders and C ontractors Association of Brevard County. HousingF rom page A4 See POLICE, A7

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A6 Melbourne THIS WEEKS LUCKY THIS WEEKS LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLE If This is your license plate go to the nearest HTN Office to verify by noon Tuesday.This weeks 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. 321-242-1013INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 012126 They had the ability to shed their tails and grow new ones. Some could change colors, just like that smirking, bloated creature on TV.L ets try to keep the jobs and construction hereI find it ironic that President Obama is speaking at D isney World when Florida and the rest of the country are needing jobs. D isney World is chosen to send $4 billion worth of ship construction in the last four years over to Germany. They get tax breaks for that, and they get tax breaks when they bring a foreign-built vessel back into the U nited States to operate in United States waters.W onderful people in West MelbourneI want to rave about my pastor from West Melbourne for being so kind to me during my financial stress I am having right now. He calls me, and he has given me food; and he checks and sees if I need anything. He and his wife have both been very kind to me, and I just want them to know that I appreciate it very much. And there should be more people on this earth like these people.Homosexuals and Palm Bays freedom of speechI have to two responses. One is about God does not approve. Homosexuals will not be allowed in heaven. That is absolutely right, unfortunately, unless they r epent and change their ways. There are many, many references to this in the Bible, so y ou can tell that the author does not know Bible doctrine or theology. All they need to do is Google the word homosexuality and they will find lots of references to that. It is an abomination to the Lord. Another thing I would like to comment on is that I am just appalled about the front page article about the deli ow ner facing the firefighters boycott and the Brevard De mocrats joining the boycott of the deli. Oh my gosh, are we not in the United States of America anymore? Did we become this socialist nation, communist nation, where we cant speak? Freedom of speech, isnt that one of my rights? If he wants to speak out against fire fees, Im against it, too. We are taxed enough already. Get that Tea Party going on those Democrats who are doing this and these firefighters. Oh my gosh, I am just so angry right now I could spit. I would like to boycott you if that were possible. I am so grateful I moved out of Palm Bay that I would never have to use the firefighters and pay this fee. Y ou Democrats, wake up. Do you want to give up your r ight to have an opinion in this world?Men are helplessIf it were not for the women, the world would fall apart. I just have a comment for I just love trees, but they are very different, like men and women. And the word is, Amen. I am 67 years old, and Im never ceased to be amazed about how helpless men are in most situations, except in their jobs. A man will absolutely work a woman to death. If a woman didnt go behind them tying up all the loose ends, the world would fall apart. Ive been married twice, and it is the case with both men. I tell you that the electric bill, water bill, insurance payments, etc., its all left up to the woman to tie up all the loose ends and take care of business while the man Whats right with America and American kids?Over the Christmas season, the households on our street in Palm Bay was visited by a group of about six mid-teenage kids. They delivered bags of cookies with a warm poem about Christmas and the Christmas season. This was accompanied by wide, bright smiles and a pleasant Merry Christmas. They asked for nothing in r eturn. I have heard an unending barrage of whats wrong with American kids and America in general. M aybe, just maybe, if we stopped for a moment and paid attention to all the things that we take for granted, we just might see a lot more of whats right about America and American kids.Dragging Newt through the mudIf it werent so serious, it would be comical to see the De mocrats doing everything possible to discredit Newt G ingrich. They are stooping as low as they can, trying to find any piece of dirt, digging into his former marriage; anything to make him look bad and never presenting real proof of these accusations The problem for the Democrats is that they are deathly afraid of Mr. Gingrich. They know that with his knowledge and presence, he is the only one who can debate (President) Obama and beat him. Hell debate (President) Obama with his prompters or without them. Fur ther, whatever happened in Mr. Gingrichs past is his business and no one elses. He has not committed a crime. De mocrats, act like men, not rats. Stop trying to create smut against Mr. Gingrich. He isnt got it.Brazilian pepper treeI noticed a photo on the front page of the Melbourne H ometown News that showed someone making a flower arrangement using Brazilian pepper tree branches. P lease note that the Brazilian pepper tree is in the same family as poison ivy and has a similar effect of people sensitive to poison ivy. P eople may be unaware of the fact that the Brazilian pepper tree is a poisonous plant and is also classified as an invasive plant in Florida. P lease visit http://plants.ifas.ufl.edu/node/405 for more information.Newt is a lizardI have an upset stomach. I think it is due to being forced to hear about the politicians, especially Newt. He was well-named. Do you know what a newt is? It is a little lizard. We used to catch them with a piece of screen or lace curtain in the ripples of small streams. 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, FEBRUARY 17, 2012 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM Rhythm In MotionKiersten Robinson, 6, falls into the arms of Kaitlyn Grey, 7, during their dance routine entitled Fly Away With Us at the David R. Schechter Community Center Jan. 29. The two Melbourne dancers are members of The Rhythm In Motion competition team, which held its annual showcase to r aise money to help defray competition fees for the dancers.Andy Stefanek/staff photographerWe recently learned that Floridas unemployment r ate decreased in December to 9.9 percent, down for the fourth straight month. Thats a 2.1 percent drop in points in a year. For the first time in two-and-a-half years, F loridas unemployment number is in single digits. These numbers provide clear evidence that Floridas economy is moving in the r ight direction. But most importantly, these numbers mean that Floridians who didnt have jobs one year ago are now able to find jobs. I am committed to working to make Florida the best place to start, grow or move a business so that every F loridian who wants a job has the opportunity to get to work. As one of the nations leaders in job creation, F lorida totaled 141,500 private-sector jobs last year. Thats nearly 12,800 new jobs every month. In D ecember alone, F lorida added more than 5,000 private-sector jobs at a r ate of more than 12 jobs for every job that was lost as local, state and federal governments trimmed their workforce in order to live within their means. F loridas lower unemployment rate is proof that businesses, not governments, create jobs, and it is F loridians who deserve the credit. W ith the help of the legislature, I am committed to making changes that continue moving Florida in the right direction. I am focused on streamlining government, removing barriers to job creation, eliminating burdensome r egulations and keeping the cost of living as low for families and businesses. There is still much work to be done. We must build on our success and ensure the short-term and long-term success of Floridas businesses. Our achievements must serve as a platform for attracting new businesses to F lorida from around the world. I have no doubt that F lorida can be the No. 1 destination for global business. To achieve that goal, we must have the best educated workforce with the skills necessary to compete in our 21st century global economy. A good education is essential to getting a good job, so I have proposed adding $1 billion for K-12 education. This is the third largest amount of state funding for K-12 in the past decade. To ensure we do not let the children of our state down, I will not sign any budget into law that does not contain significantly more state dollars for education than we had last y ear. The Florida House of R epresentatives shares my vision and has allocated more than $1 billion for education. I am grateful for their support for the young people of our state. Another step that will make Florida a better place for business is to make sure we focus on the transportation projects that are best for F lorida. Pr eparing Floridas ports for increased trade from the expanded Panama Canal and freetrade agreements will ensure Florida is a global trading hub and attract businesses to our state from across the world. F lorida is already the top tourist destination, and we are well on our way to being the leading place for business. We are making great progress in the Su nshine State, and I look forward to working closely with the legislature to identify ways to ensure that every Floridian that wants a job, can get one. I remain focused on three things: making sure F loridas children can r eceive a good education, making sure that Floridians can find a job and keeping the cost of living low in our state. P lease share your ideas with me by emailing Rick.Scott@eog.myflorida.co m. Working together, we can get Florida back to work! Rick Scott is governor of F lorida.See R ANTS, A7Floridians are getting back to work 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.comMELBOURNEV oted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 17, 2012 Melbourne A7 014853 Hometown Newsbrevnews@hometownnewsol.com 012132Senior volleyball player Jackie Swalchik doesnt spend her Saturday mornings sleeping in or keeping up her F acebook friends. She spends it at the gym with her trainer Eric Murray. F or one of her recent w orkouts, Murray w eighed her down with a 20-pound belt, and had Jackie practice her vertical skills by jumping to reach a 10-foot high bar. The hard work is paying off. Swalchik recently received a college scholarship to play volleyball at the University of Florida, one of the top programs in the country. Thats no easy feat: according to the American College Connection, almost 400,000 girls in the U.S. play high school volleyball. Less than 3 percent of them will receive a college Division I or Division II scholarship. In addition to her vigorous training and support of her coaches and trainer, Swalchik credits the academic rigors at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy, where she matriculated in the 6th g rade. Keeping up with the academic requirements taught me discipline and organization, and that definitely helped my athletic performance, says Swalchik. Athletic skills have paid off for six other seniors at Holy Trinity: Jos Chalmers for cycling at Marian University, Marcus Maye for football at the University of Florida, Anthony Storm for football at Florida T ech, Daniel Moore for cross country at Duke, Alex Black for swimming at Marshall University and Sophia Peterson for v olleyball at Xavier University. Alison Bell, director of college counseling, anticipates that about 17 percent of the class will go on to play their sport in college. The reason these students are so highly desirable as that they are well rounded students, says Bell, the perfect combination of g rades, character and leadership.Hard Work Pays Off W ith Athletic Scholarships goes to the gym, sits in front of the TV, decides to go out and trim trees once in a blue moon, and thats their life. There it is.He pays only 14 percent federal income taxI guess you all saw the R epublican debates and heard about Mitt Romneys income tax. He is a very rich guy only paying 14 percent federal income tax, while the rest of us are paying about 1/4 of our pay. M ine is close to 25 percent. Im poor, like a r egular person. How could a really mega-rich guy wind up paying only 14 percent tax? Im ticked off.Address was amazing and inspirationalO ur presidents address was both amazing and inspirational, and for people who have a brain in their head are going to look at these guys are going to look at these guys running for candidates against him are going to think, No way! One thing for sure, our president has no qualms to vote for what the people need and want. He doesnt go for the special interests groups. He cant be bought, and he also has the class not to lower himself to make the negative remarks about everyone else. I have always been told that somebody who tries to knock somebody else down to make themselves look good is a small person to begin with. R espect and honor our president. Hes done a good job with what he inherited, and I hope that all of you can see through all the phony.Why not casinos? Think about itLately, the news has embellished on effects of allowing casinos coming to Central Florida (Orange C ounty area) because of the crime it will bring in and spoil the family friendly theme parks and entertainment the area has to offer to families. In essence, casinos will make it a dangerous atmosphere for visitors to our area. Casinos will cause the mobs, mafias, crime families, whatever y ou want to call them. The Las Vegas, News J ersey crime bosses will take over. The end reason for the opposition is, it will take re venue from the theme parks. H ello, wake up and smell the flowers (or blood). Read the papers and see what is going on. Cr ime? Lets see, first we have murders galore, theft especially in the theme park areas, housing millions of tourists. Anyone can simply walk down the street, in daylight, and get mugged, shot, carjacked by our r esidents (criminals), only to name a few. What about the theme park ticket vendors who r ape, pillage and plunder the unsuspecting tourist, especially foreign tourists? They think This is America, it has to be the r ainbows end. Now lets get to our real cr ime that targets the taxpayers. The politicians and government-controlled agencies. Lets see, a county commissioner was indicted and found guilty of corruption. A crime. Na w. N ot our county commissioner. What about our governor, Ricky boy. Wasnt he charged with 10 years of Me dicare fraud but still got elected? Thats OK, he didnt go to jail. I wasnt aware Please. We have a former detective stopped for DUI, blamed it on his date. Of course, that was hushed up. Let some plain Joe America criminal do one of these crimes and voila, jail time and throw the key away. I could go on and on: DCF, school thefts. How much of tax payers money is lost in the disappearance of school property, up to and including a tractor? Cas inos would be a S unday school. If someone has a gambling problem, addiction to it, let him or her go to rehab like the druggies and alcoholics to get the cure. Why take away the pleasures of casinos from the one who only wants to enjoy the shows, controlled gambling, food etc? It would bring in tons of money and jobs into the economy whatever the lotto left out of our education because the casino will replace it, not to mention tons of jobs that may defer the desperate person from r obbing/stealing or killing for money to survive and feed his or her family. And best of all, the casinos have to donate a very small contribution to the religious sector. The B ible thumpers will not protest casinos. We may even have a F lorida reality show. They can call it Casino Wives. E ditors note:Gov.Rick Scott was never charged, but two executives from Columbia/HCA,the healthcare company Mr. Scott founded and headed up as CEO),were convicted of criminal charges in the largest Medicare fraud case in this country.Mr. Scott resigned.ClarificationThe story Brevard barrier island residents play the name game, published in the last two w eeks editions of H ometown News, quoted opposing views from two people who made presentations at a recent C ocoa Beach City Council meeting. In the story, Samuel Lopez, chairman of the F lorida Puerto Rican /Hispanic Chamber of C ommerce, who favors naming the island after S panish explorer Ponce de Leon, was quoted as saying the presentation by C ocoa Beach resident and artist Rick Piper, who would like to see the island named for the areas early inhabitants, the Ais Indians, was not backed up by references or footnotes. Mr. Piper has furnished H ometown Ne ws with a list of r eferences supporting his presentation. The information can be found at http://www.piperart.com/ ais%20and%20ponce%20 de%20leon.html.RantsF rom page A6 possession of cocaine. Ian Thomas Russell, 23, of 1396 Holland St., M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 7 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and on an out-of-county warrant. Steve Dennis Aikens, 25, address unknown, was charged Feb. 9 with re sisting arrest without violence and felony battery on an officer/firefighter/EMT. Jeremy Michael Dagly, 21, of 5281 Frederick Ave., W est Melbourne, was charged Feb. 9 with selling marijuana, possession of drugs with intent to sell and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana.P oliceF rom page A5

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F or beachgoers at Canova B each Park, the dog days will soon begin. On Feb. 25, dogs will be permitted on a portion of the Indian Harbour Beach coastline that spans the area between Eau Gallie Bouleva rd and the Radisson Suite H otel Oceanfront. Brevard C ounty commissioners voted 4 to 1 in favor of the canines after Sandy Paws, a group dedicated to establishing and maintaining a dog-friendly beach in Breva r d, retrieved more than 4,000 signatures backing the case. Though the beach has been implemented as a oney ear pilot program, some are wary of its implications. B ut Brevard County Parks and Recreation director Jack M asson said efforts made by county staff, visitors of the dog park and volunteers will ensure a safe and properly maintained park. The critical key to the success of this venture is having a very strong volunteer base of dedicated individuals, Mr. Masson said. In order to be permitted on the beach, dogs must r emain on a leash and wear tags displaying current licenses and vaccinations. Owners must pick up after their pets, and waste bags and receptacles will be available at the park, Mr. Ma sson said. B arbara Arnold, the founder of Sandy Paws Breva r d, said she encourages every pet owner to clean up after his or her dogs, keep within the marked boundaries of the designated area and follow the rules the county has implemented to keep the beach successful. W e are hopeful that the pilot program will give us an opportunity to encourage re sponsible dog ownership and fun, she said. We have many volunteers who are r eady to refill bag stations and participate in regular beach clean-ups, in addition to having fun at the beach. T ammy Macdonald, a M alabar resident and proud parent of three great danes, Thor, Sinbad and Yahto, and a Labrador-retriever mix named Shiloh, said she is eager for the beach to open. When we found out there was a petition in Brevard for a dog access beach, we jumped right on and even helped get more signatures, which wasnt difficult, she said. So many of our friends and family, and even out of town friends, were just as eager as we are to be able to take our dogs to a local beach. Ms. Macdonald currently takes her dogs to the dog park at Palm Bay Regional Pa r k, which is close to where she resides. Once the dog beach opens, Ms. Macdonald and her husband hope to bring the pups on the sand four times a week, she said, despite the lengthy drive. We know this is a pilot project for only a year, but we are hoping to tell everyone we can about our beach and to help make sure that the rules are obeyed so that we can show the county commissioners that this is something we need and want in our community, she said. F riday, February 17, 2012 A8 Melbourne Hometown News 014618 BESTPRICESOFTHEYEAR! BESTPRICESOFTHEYEAR!LIMITEDTIMEOFFER! LIMITEDTIMEOFFER!Soothing 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 FLOOR MODEL SALE! CIGARETTEDEPOT2595 W. NEW HAVEN(ACROSSFROMOLIVEGARDEN)WESTMELBOURNE, FL32904 014601 761768 321-242-1013012128 Community Corkboard is provided as a public service byand is available to any not-for-profit corporation requesting items of need from our community.Requests will run in Community Corkboardon an As Availablebasis.Call Sylvia to request the available space. Literacy Alliance of Brevard V olunteers needed throughout Brevard County to tutors adults. Also need volunteers to assist with inventory,fundraising and public speaking.For info, contact at 321-267-0099, brevardliteracy@bellsouth.net or www.brevardliteracy.org W omens Center V olunteer Needed for V olunteer Coordinating Pr ev ious volunteer experience preferred. 8 10 hours per week. 242-3110,Ext 331 T he Central Brevard S haring Center V olunteers are needed for several positions. F or Info Call: (321) 631-0306 or e-mail dbrubaker@ sharingcenter.org www.sharingcenter.org SHINE Ser ving Health Insurance N eeds for Elders V olunteers needed to counsel seniors on their health insurance.Call 752-8080 for more info. Crosswind Y outh Services V olunteer Opportunities! T utoring,mentoring, arts/crafts instructor, S pecial projects,admin., & clerical and Safe Place. Call 452-0800 S enior TranServe S eeking volunteers,using their personal vehicles,to transport homebound seniors to appointments, grocery shopping,etc. Call 321-639-4868 Ext 282for more information Lions Club of Satellite Beach "We Serve" S eeking New Members F or More Information Contact: Joe Hauser at 321-452-0376 Become a Red Cross Y outh V olunteerAmerican Red CrossCall 890-1002 for info S outh Brevard S haring Center P lease extend your blessings by donating your gently used furniture to bless others. Call (321) 727-8581 Council of Brevard Meals on Wheels V olunteer drivers needed throughout Brevard County.Deliver Meals, S miles,& Encouragement to homebound seniors. Call (321) 639-8770 Central Brevard Humane SocietyItems Needed: Tr ash Cans/Wheels,Paper Towels & Kuranda Beds (Medium &Large).F or info,contact (321) 636-3343 or www.crittersavers.com. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Florida V olunteers Needed Jennifer K.Ride @ (407) 478-2996 Jennifer@BBBSCFL.org Catholic Charities of Central Florida V olunteers and donations needed in our Cocoa Thrift Store. Contact Linda at 321-338-2986 or Karen at 321-636-6144 www.cflcc.org Photo courtesy of Tammy MacdonaldWill Macdonald, a Palm Bay resident, plays on the beach with Shiloh, Thor and Sinbad at a dog beach in Fort Pierce. He and his wife, Tammy, spent their honeymoon vacationing at the beach with their pups, who they call their kids.Brevard opens beach to four-legged friendsDog beach at Canova Beach P ark set to open Feb.25By Meagan McGonemmcgone@hometownnewsol.com SCOOP!Call UsT oday!

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AN NOUNCEMENTS C IA Developers expands capabilities and introduces CIA Construction ServicesM elbourne-based Industrial Development and property management firm CIA Developers have added construction services to its in-house capabilities with the creation of CIA Construction Services, LLC. W ith in-house leasing, property management, maintenance, air conditioning, and now construction, CIA Developers is positioned to even better serve its clients. CIA is able to offer services directly to its customers without the delay that often accompanies the utilization of third-party companies. CIA Construction Services will build upon the successful values of 30 years of business in Brevard County under the parent companys principles Buz Anderson, Br uce Ingram and Gary C unningham II. CIA partnered with Tony Owen to form CIA Construction Services. Mr. Owen is a Florida-licensed certified general contractor and professional engineer. As licensed and insured certified general contractors, CIA Construction Se rv ices is focused on delivering building and construction projects with quality and integrity. F or more information, please call (321) 723-3400, Ext.211,email tony@ciadevelopers.com or visit www.cia-construction.com.Gov. Rick Scott reappoints Nancy Grzesik to Brevard coalition Gov. Rick Scott has announced the reappointment of Nancy T. Grzesik to the Early Learning Coalition of Brevard County. Ms. Grzesik, 63, of Melbourne, is the associate director of finance and operations at the Brevard Zoo. S he is re-appointed for a term ending in 2015.Edge Information Management promotes from withinE dge Information Management, a provider of employment and drug screening services, has announced that it has promoted Norm Gagnon to vice president of compliance & operations, previously the director of compliance, and Marc Giguere from acting director of IT to director of IT. Mr. Gagnon joined Edge I nformation Management in 2002 and has been serving as the director of compliance until recently when he was promoted to the vice president of compliance & operations. He will continue transitioning day-to-day duties to R yan Fadden, compliance administrator, which includes communicating pertinent regulatory changes to Edges staff and clients. Ma rc G iguere, who has been working with Edges IT department since 2003, was also recently promoted to the director of IT. He brings his expert knowledge of technology, software development and project management to E dges IT department ensuring smooth, future growth of Edges proprietary internet software, WebScreenSM and the many client-driven integrations slated for 2012. Mr. Giguere will provide ov ersight and direction for E dges internal IT staff as w ell as any local contract services used for special projects. F or more information,call (800) 725-3343,Ext.603 or visit www.edgeinformation.com.Chamber awards SER VPRO of South Brevard Better Business of the MonthThe Melbourne Regional Chamber and its Better B usiness Council recognized SERVPRO of South Br evard as the February r ecipient of its Better B usiness of the Month A ward. The firm was awarded this r ecognition recently at the Chambers monthly Business Breakfast of Champions event at the Suntree C ountry Club. The award, sponsored monthly by Chamber Tr ustee Member Courtyard by M arriott/Residence Inn M arriott, was presented to Claudia Proffitt, of SERVPRO of South Brevard, by M arriott general manager Jim Ridenour. SERVPRO of South Br evard, owned and operated by John and Kimberly R obertson, specializes in the cleanup and restoration of residential and commercial property after a fire, smoke or water damage. SERVPRO of South Br evard can also mitigate mold and mildew from homes or businesses. Ser ving the area since 1967, their staff is highly trained in property damage r estoration. F or more information,visithttp://servprosouthbrevar d.com/or call (321) 7245400,Ext.222.NASA contractor excels in safetyThe Occupational Safety and Health Administration r ecently presented NASA contractor InoMedic Health A pplications with the V oluntary Protection Pr ogram STAR award. The VPP STAR, OSHAs highest award, is presented only to businesses that pass a rigorous inspection for comprehensive safety and health management systems. A ccepting the award was M ike Runion, InoMedics quality assurance and safety manager at the Kennedy S pace Center. Pr esenting the award was Ke ven Yarbrough, a top OSHA administrator in the F lorida region. Only 75 businesses in Florida have achieved the distinctive STAR status. J oining in the ceremony we re senior members of NASA Kennedy Space C enter and representatives of the International Association of Machinists and Ae ro space Workers. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 17, 2012 Melbourne A9 011807J oseph T.Matini,DDS,P.A.8095 Spyglass Hill Rd.,Suite 103 Melbourne,FLTHE PATIENT & ANY OTHER PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYMENT HAS THE RIGHT TO REFUSE TO PAY, CANCEL PAYMENT OR BE REIMBURSED FOR PAYMENT FOR ANY OTHER SERVICE, EXAM OR TREATMENT WHICH IS PERFORMED AS A RESULT OF WITHIN 72 HOURS OF RESPONDING TO THE AD FOR THE FREE DISCOUNTED FEE OR REDUCED FEE SERVICE.EXAM OR TR EATMENT FEES MAY VARY DUE TO THE COMPLEXITY OF CASE.THE DISCOUNT DOESNT APPLY TO PATIENTS WHOSE DENTAL PLANS FEES ARE MINIMAL.VALID FOR NEW PATIENTS ONLY.JOSEPH MATINI DDS FL LIC DN1 4203 Self Pay Only thru 2/29/12. ADA #D0150, #D0272, #D0274, #D1110, #D1120, #D0250,#D0249, #D9972Joseph T. 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Melbourne $10 V oucherwith Transferred PrescriptionsDISCOUNT PHARMACYMost Insurance AcceptedIncluding: Express-Scripts, CVS Caremark & Walgreens Health Initiative (WHI)011916Limit One Per Customer See Pharmacy for Details 012120Mardi Gras festivities to provide fun for the whole familyThanks to the C entr al Br ev ar d H umane S ociety families won t have to leave their furr y fr iends behind to par take in the celebr ation of F at T uesday The humane society will put on its 6th Annual M ar di Gr as P aws in the P a r k on S unday F eb 26, fr om noon to 3 p .m. at River fr ont P ar k in C ocoa V illage The fr ee event will pr o vide fun for all pet lo vers sho w casing a vendor village a demonstr ation fr om the B r ev ar d S her iff D epar tment s P aws and S tr ipes C adets a par ade of pets a v ar iety of r escue gr oups and live enter tainment. I n addition, a contest will cr o wn one male and one female pet as the furr y king and queen of the par k. E ileen C ole media r elations manager for the C entr al B r ev ar d H umane S ociety said sponsorships for M ar di Gr as P aws in the Pa rk ar e still av ailable at all levels r anging in pr icing fr om $100 to $1,000. B usinesses can be a par t of the vendor village for $50, and r escue gr oups may par ticipate at no char ge pending space av ailability V endors and r escue gr oups must supply their o wn tables chairs pr omotional mater ials display r acks and setup staff. The event will be held as par t of the City of C ocoa Leisur e S er vice s 20th Anniversar y C ocoa V illage Ma r di Gr as which kicks off on S atur day F eb 25, at 5 p .m. and lasts until midnight. H eadlining this y ear s event will be B ill Whar ton, the S auce B oss who is kno wn for cooking gumbo on stage while per for ming. A par ade complete with scatter ed beads and multiple jazz and blues per for mances will also be featur ed as par t of the celebr ation. F or the S atur day event, tickets ar e $8 in adv ance and $12 at the gate for adults and $5 in adv ance and $8 at the gate for childr en. F or mor e information about the 6th A nnual M ar di Gr as P aws in the P ar k, contact the C entr al B r ev ar d H umane Society at (321) 636-3343 or visit www .cr ittersavers .com. F or mor e information about the Cocoa V illage Ma r di G r as, call (321) 6393500 or email ssenger@cocoafl.or g.Even pets will join in on celebrations in Cocoa VillageBy Meagan McGonemmcgone@hometo wnne wsol.com L eann Dennis, 12, of Satellite Beach gets upclose and personal with a bird at the Brevard Zoo. The Zoo is in the final stages of completing its new Harris Corporation Animal Care Center, which broke ground in 2010. Staff photo by Tammy RobertsBrevard Zoo unveils state-ofthe-art animal centerH ome to nearly 600 animals, including 170 different species, Brevard Z oo is not only responsible for providing the public with knowledge about these various creatures, but also the overall health and well-being of each animal in its care. This responsibility will soon be even more manageable with the addition of the new Harris Corporation Animal Care Center. The on-site facility, which broke ground in 2010 at the V iera-based property, is actually the culmination of several years of planning and preparation. S hortly after the xoo opened in 1994, funding for new projects was limited, which put the addition of a multifunctional animal hospital on the back burner, said K eith Winsten, executive director of Brevard Zoo. B ut as time passed and the number of animals housed at the zoo grew, so did its need for a fullservice care center to serve them, Mr. Winsten said. As a nonprofit organization, which receives no government funding for operations, zoo administrators turned to the community to help launch their dream. In late 2010, the Harris C orporation Charitable F und of the Community F oundation of Brevard provided a jump-start to the fundraising efforts, with a $500,000 grant to construct the center. Fr om there, additional community donations and an animal hospital pledge campaign provided additional funds for the $1.6 million project. F inishing touches are still being added to the 10,000square-foot care center, which features state-ofthe-art equipment, X-ray, treatment and intensive care rooms, and a research lab and pharmacy, with adjacent scrub facilities and offices. The center, built by MH Williams C onstruction Group of M elbourne, is also home to a large commissary and food-prep area that allows staff to prepare, make and store food for the variety of special diets many of the zo o s animals require. Located on the south side of the zoos property, the care center has the means to care for each animal at the zoo, with the exception of giraffes and rhinos, by providing regular checkups all the way to emergency surgeries if necessary. The center itself was also designed as a green facility and is on the path to earning its LEED Green B uilding Certification, with such features as a roof r ainwater system, natural lighting and the ability to control environmental standards for its patients.By T ammy Roberts Senior Staff Writertroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee HOSPITAL, A11 YOUR LOCAL NEWS & INFORMATION SOURCE

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The new digs are a far cry from the organizations previous animal hospital, which, at only 1,000 square feet, didnt allow veterinary staff much space or equipment to provide the utmost care for its animals. B efore any new animal is brought into the zoo, it must undergo a 30-day quarantine to help prevent the spread of disease, Mr. Winsten explained. Therefore, the services of the H arris Corporation Animal Care C enter were designed exclusively for the Brevard Zoos collection. The center will not be open to the public, but zoo administrators are working on a system to provide live video streams of animals being cared for at the center, as well as the commissary preparing meals for the animals. While the care center is still in its final stages, Brevard Zoo hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Feb. 1 to unveil the new center and thank its many donors for their support. W e are very grateful for the commitment to this project shown by Harris Corporation and the community with their assistance in making this happen, Mr. Winsten said. This new center will allow us to continue our high standards of animal care in a more manageable and efficient manner, and continue this mission into the future. To learn more about the Harris Corporation Animal Care Centers commemorative tile program or to make a donation,visit www.brevardzoo.com or call (321) 254-9543. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 17, 2012 Melbourne A11 725-3990251 Florida Ave. Melbourne www.MelbourneTerraceRehab.com014617Inpatient & Outpatient Rehabilitation ServicesMAXIMIZE PHYSICAL WELLNESS PROMOTE INDEPEN DENCE & HEALING ENHANCE PERSONAL DIGNITY 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. 014628 2012 Vernon Place South, Melbourne, FL 32901321.951.9300 toll-free 800.551.9876http://www.cprflorida.com | email:info@cprx.netWilliam Stein, M.D. Subutex, Suboxone, Butroprovided when appropriate. 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We welcome your opinions I noMedic Health Applications is a service-disabled veteran-owned small business with specialized employees who provide medical, occupational health and environmental support to the NASA, the D epartment of Defense, and commercial companies in the aerospace industries. F or more information, email mark.patton@nasa.gov.Tr avelmax: An authorized Disney vacation plannerTr avelmax of Indialantic has been designated by D isney Destinations as an A uthorized Disney Vacation Planner based on its strong support in selling D isney vacations. Tr avelmax has been in business in south Brevard C ounty since 1984 and in I ndialantic for more than 10 y ears and has gained specialized knowledge on v acations to the Disneyland R esort, Walt Disney World R esort, Adventures by D isney vacations and D isney Cruise Lines. At least 50 percent of the frontline leisure travel agents at Travelmax are C ollege Disney Knowledge graduates. F or more information,call (321) 676-1770.BUSINESS CALENDAR FRIDAY, FEB. 17 SCORE Small Business C ounseling: 11 a.m. M elbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce, 1005 E. Strawbridge Ave., M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2542288. Eighth Annual 4 Under 40 Recognition Gala: 6 p.m. The event is at the Bernard S impkins Auditorium, Br evard Community C ollege, Cocoa Campus. C ost is $49. An appetizer buffet, cash bar and a comedy lab will be featured. F or more information,call (321) 632-8222 or visit www.LEADBrevard.org.SAT URDAY, FEB. 18 An Evening of Coffee and Chocolatefundraiser: 7-10 p.m. This event, hosted by the Brevard Achievement Center and presenting sponsors Southern J anitor and Viera High School Student Government, is at the Space Coast C onvention Center/Holiday I nn-Express, Cocoa. Cost is $30 in advance or $35 at the door. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 17, 2012 Melbourne B1 Players Club Arcade1935 Aurora Rd. Melbourne 255-7781 $5 Match Play ALLDAY EVERYDAYNO Coupon Necessary 012020 CUSTOMERS SAY MORE JACKPOTS MORE OFTEN! CUSTOMERS SAY MORE JACKPOTS MORE OFTEN!$10 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 Drawings every Fri & Sat 8pm & 10pm Smoking Permitted Players Club ArcadeEnjoy Your PleasureAnd Our Hospitality Non-Smoking Arcade All Other ArcadesOutside Smoking Only Live Music on Fridays & Saturdays! Early Bird Specials 4-6 pm Charlie &JakesBar-B-Que Grill2725 Minton Road, W. Melbourne321-345-4441012319 012028 Out & about A congenital defect in his ear prevented pianist J effrey Biegel from speaking or hearing for the first three years of his life. In an interview last y ear, he recalled why he was drawn to music. I remember the vibrations of sound, he said. My fascination with sound was with music from the beginning. Perhaps thats why music was my language of choice. Mr. Biegel had an operation to correct the defect, and at 16, was accepted at Juilliard as a student of the legendary teacher, Adele Marcus. He has performed with orchestras including the B oston Pops, BBC C oncert Orchestra and the Pacific Symphony Orchestra. S ince 1973, Mr. Biegel has made it his goal to commission works by contemporary composers and find funding to enable the works to be written and performed. He has commissioned and premiered works by W illiam Bolcom, Richard D anielpour and Florida native Ellen Taafe Z willich, the only woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for music. On Feb. 24 and 25, he r eturns to Florida to perform with the Space C oast Symphony in a program called American Icons. He will play George Gershwins Rhapsody in Blue. In addition to the Gershwin, the concert includes Aaron Coplands classic Rodeo, Kenneth F uchs Discover the W ild and Morton Goulds American S alute. The latter will be conducted by Hal Gibson, a favorite of Space C oast audiences. F or more than 30 y ears, Mr. Gibson served as a military bandleader, holding positions at the highest levels of the Armys band program. He served as bandleader at the U.S. Military A cademy at West Point and led the highly acclaimed cadet Glee Club. In 1974, he was selected from the bandleaders of all the services to form and conduct the Armed For ces Bicentennial Band and Chorus, the only military band ever comprised of members from all of the uniformed services. F ollowing his retirement from the Army, Mr. G ibson was appointed director of bands and professor of music at the Schwob School of Music of Columbus State U niversity in Columbus, Georgia. He served there for 16 years and developed one of the finest wind ensembles in the southeast. U pon his retirement from teaching, he was named professor emeritus, the only band director in the state so honored. Today, the r ehearsal hall at the River C enter for the Performing Arts at the school bears his name. In 2004, he was inducted into the N ational Hall of Fame for D istinguished Band C onductors. Mr. Gibson and his wife, Marie, live in Indian River Colony Club in V iera and Hal continues to conduct the Symphonic Wind Ensemble of the M elbourne Municipal B and and the Colony S ingers of Indian River C olony Club. Pianist Jeffrey Biegel and conductor Hal G ibson perform with the Sp ace Coast Symphony Orchestra in a program of American Icons, on Fe b. 24 at 7 p.m. at Holy Tr inity Episcopal Academy, 5625 Holy Trinity Dr ive, Melbourne and on Fe b, 25 at 7 p.m. at Tr inity Episcopal Church, 2365 Pine Ave., Vero B each. F or more information, visit the website www.spacecoastsymphony.org or call (321) 5368580.A Taste of GreeceaSt. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church presents the annual Greek festival a Taste of Greecea 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Feb. 171 8, and noon to 8 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 1 9, at the church. Greek food, pastries, church tours, vendors, live Greek music and on-site parking, for $3, will be featured. Cost is $2 for admission. Children younger than 12 are admitted free. F or more information, call (321) 254-1045 or email admin@saintkatherine.org.Benefit at the churchT here will be a benefit concert at St. John the Evangelist Church with Mark T isdel and Manfred and Friends performing at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 17. Mr. Tisdel, an acclaimed tenor from Rochester, Mich., will be teaming up with local recording artist Manfred Dreilich and Friends for a Center For Interfaith Action benefit concert at5655 Stadium Parkway, Viera. T here is no admission, however donations for CIFA are appreciated. Th ere will be a free-will collection during this concert of Broadway, standards and contemporary Christian music. T he center helps combat health and hunger issues around the world. F or more information, email Manfredmusic@cfl.rr.com or call St. John the Evangelist Church at (321) 63 7-9 650. V alkaria Airfest scheduled T he Valkaria AirFest 2012 has been scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 18 at the V alkaria Airport. T his years event will feature performances by Patty Wagstaff, the first woman to win the title of U.S. National Aerobatic champion; Corkey F ornof, whose flying has appeared in dozens of television shows, movies and commercials; stunt pilot Freddy Cabanas, who will take flight with a lucky winner for an adventure ride in his Pitts S2C special; and a twilight air show concluded by the AeroShell T-6 night performance team. Rides will be available in an open cockpit biplane, aerobatic, glider, helicopter, powered parachute, hot air balloon, Cessna and gyrocopter. Also included in this years AirFest is a live musical concert after the twilight air show, surrounded by a hot air balloon glow. T his day and evening at the airport will include displays of aerobatic daredevils and other family entertainment. T he AirFest is presented by the V alkaria Aviation Association, a nonprofit charitable organization. T he cost to attend is $10 per person. F or more information, visit www.valkariaairfest.org.2 012 Accordion Fest in TitusvilleT he Central Florida Accordion Club presents its annual extravaganza, 2 012 Accordion Fest at noon Saturday, F eb. 18, at the Titusville Elks Lodge No. 2 113, 2955 Columbia Blvd., Titusville. Grammy nominee Alex Meixner (accordion and button box), Virgil Baker and the Just-4-Fun Band (from Michigan) and Tony Klepec, King of Jam Madness (accordion and button box) are scheduled to play. A full-size accordion and various other prizes will be given away. F ood and drinks will be available for purchase. Cost is $14. Make checks payable to CFAC, and send orders to Jerald Nielsen, 3025 Canoe Creek Road, St. Cloud, or call (407) 467-4047. F or more information, call Rod Hall at (321) 799-2267.Second Annual Eau Gallie Founders Day Fish FryEau Gallie Arts District Main Street celebrates the historical roots of the T own of Eau Gallie (1887-1969) by hosting its Second Annual Founders Day Fish Fry at 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 1 8, in the Eau Gallie Square (Highland A venue and Eau Gallie Boulevard). Activities will include: Fried fish dinner for $10 (childrens Crickets: I nternal Strife will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fr iday. Crickets is at 1942 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. C all (321) 2429280. Djons Steak and Lobster House: J ohn Ryan will play 7-11 p.m. Monday, T uesday and Wednesday. Djons is at 522 Ocean Ave., M elbourne Beach. For more information,call (321) 722-2737. Doubles Beachside Tiki Bar: M ike and Mikey will play 6:30-10 p.m. Saturday. Doubles is at 1894 S. P atrick Drive, Indian H arbour Beach. F or more information,call (321) 7735341. Grills Riverside: L una P earl will play 7:30-11:30 p .m. Friday. Even Odds will play 7;30 p.m. to midnight S aturday. Delgado will play 2-6 p.m. Sunday. Grills Riverside is at 6075 North U.S. Highway 1, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 242-8999. Hangover Lounge: S panks Band will play at 9 p .m. Friday. The Hangover Lounge is at 671 Washburn R oad, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 6103917. HD Roadhouse Bar and Gr ill: Fa st Forward will play 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Fr iday. Spanks Band will play 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. S aturday. Rich Deems will play 3-7 p.m. Sunday. The HD Roadhouse is at 1811 E. M erritt Island Causeway, M erritt Island. F or more information,call (321) 4491110. Jumps Tiny Tavern: Rich D eems will play 5-9 p.m. Fr iday. Tumbleweedz will play 5-9 p.m. Saturday. J umps is at 201 Taft Ave., C ocoa Beach. F or more information,call (321) 7847893. Lone Cabbage Fish C amp: S teve Cowden with The Last Chance Band will play noon to 5 p.m. Sunday. Lone Cabbage is at 8199 H ighway 520, Cocoa. C all (321) 632-4199. Lous Blues: A bsolute B lue will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday. Kattyshack will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Saturday. Red T ide will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 23. Lous Blues is at 3191 N. H ighway A1A, Indialantic. F or more information,call (321) 779-2299. Main Street Pub: The STAR SCOPESJames Tucker W eek of 2-17-2012 Aries-March 21-April 19Recent successes make you continue to want more out of life. You can have it. All it takes is a purpose, a plan and positive action. You have a lot of courage, loyalty and compassion. You are always there for your friends. Your heart is open and your spirit is strong. All of these things strengthen your causes and justifies your life.T aurus-April 20-May 20W hen ones ideas dont work out it means more planning is needed or a better one is on the way. Visualize the desired result and the universe will bless it. It just takes one sound idea placed in action to make you highly successful. Lukewarm ideas are not to be tolerated. Place that lifetime dream in motion and success is on the way.Gemini-May 21-June 21Recognize each day that the universe is your source. Continue to find ways to intensify your energy into healthy thought forms and ideas that reflect your natural gifts and talents. Then move them forward one step at a time and help them become strong and fruitful. Do what you love and your life will always flourish.Cancer-June 22-July 22Expand your horizons. Get out and about. Step up to the next level of creativity and performance. The coming year will be rewarding. Keep the edge you now have and continue to hone your skills. Listening to your inner urges and signals will keep you on the right track. You are now truly becoming the person you were destined to be.L eo-July 23-Aug. 22Strong willed people love to challenge and test your strength. You know who you are and what you want. Inner strength allows you to bend a little when needed without breaking. Being flexible is far more important than being rigid. This attitude pulls you through every challenge in your quest for victory over life. You are well respected and loved.Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22W hen you know what youSee S CENE, B4 See SCOPES, B3 Br evard CountyEntertainmentSECTIONB FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2012Dining &Performing Americas iconic musicClub Scene Jeffrey BiegelSee OUT, B2By Shelley KoppelEntertainment writer 012124

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F riday, February 17, 2012 B2 MelbourneHometown News DELIVERY AVAILABLE!Some Conditions May Apply Come Taste The DifferenceEverything MadeFresh Daily FromScratch LatinEuropean Bakery &Cafe Breakfast, Lunch &Dinner 1220 Highway A1A Seaside Center Suite 101 Indialantic, FL32903321-473-8986 www.panitabakery.com FREEDessertWith Lunch or Dinner PurchaseCannot Be Combined With Any Other Offer Expires 2/29/12 Wholesale Catering Custom Cakes 014619 012135 DINING & ENTERTAINMENTchicken for $7) and beverage tent: beer, soda and water Live bands: Mark Baker & F riends, Matt Sams Band, Ernie Southern & the Deltaholics Mini-fun run: noon to 1 p.m. History tent: Vintage photos of the town of Eau Gallie Vintage vehicles, and more Except for the purchase of food, the Founders Day Fish F ry is free and open to the public. T he Founders Day Fish Fry is a revival of the towns historic celebration of George W ashingtons Birthday from the 1920s to the 1950s. Sponsorships are available from $125 to $2,500, and plans are underway to celebrate Eau Gallies history with food, live music and entertainment for everyone. F or sponsorship information, please contact Lisa P ackard at (321) 543-0638, or email auroraroad@gmail.com. An Evening of Coffee and ChocolateT he Brevard Achievement Center, Southern Janitor and V iera High School Student Government will host the seventh annual An Evening of Coffee and Chocolate fund raiser 7-10 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18, at the Space Coast Convention Center/Holiday Inn-Express 30 1 Tucker Lane, Cocoa. Proceeds support BACs programs and services for people with disabilities. More than 20 well-known eateries, such as The Melting P ot, Panera Bread, Mimis Caf, Unos Chicago Grille and Grills Riverside, as well as local specialty stores like Ossorio Bakery and Caf, The Bald Strawberry, Something Sweet Cake Studio, A N.Y. Pizzza House, Simply Sweeties Chocolate Shoppe, Merri Cakes, Grimaldi Candies and Alpine Yogurt Caf, will provide just a few of the many treats during the evening. As the events exclusive provider of specialty coffees, Starbucks baristas also will be on hand to serve a vast assortment of java. A cash bar will be available too for those wanting libations of a different kind. Guests can also purchase hand-crafted jewelry, pottery and blown glass items made by artists with disabilities at Cogswell Street Studio, the art program of BAC; bid on an assortment of silent auction items and themed baskets; and enjoy entertainment by comedic juggler Randy Cabral, whose highly interactive brand of fastpaced, clean comedy has been featured on The Jay Leno Show, ABC, NBC and F ox. T he cost to attend the event is $30 in advance or $35 at the door. F or more information or to purchase tickets, call (321) 6 32-8610 or visit www.coffeeandchocolateevent.com.Annual Molly Mutt Poker RunT he Central Brevard Humane Society will host its Ninth Annual Molly Mutt P oker Run at 10 a.m. Sunday, F eb. 19, at the Humane Society, located at 1020 Cox Road in Cocoa. T he cost to participate in the run will be $7 per hand or two hands for $10. Donations of pet supplies are greatly appreciated. All vehicles are welcome. T he run will begin at the Central Brevard Humane Society and will end at the W arlock MC Clubhouse. T he first bike out will be scheduled to leave at 10 a.m., with the last one departing at 1 1:30 a.m. Event activities will include a 50/50 drawing, vendor displays, food and a live band, beginning at 1 p.m. Prizes will be awarded for best, worst and mystery hands. All proceeds from this event will help raise awareness and financial support for the thousands of unwanted and abandoned pets that visit the shelter each year, who need a safe and loving forever home. F or more information, contact the Central Brevard Humane Society at (321) 6 36-3343 or visit www.crittersavers.com.Celtic music with Bob and HarryMusic on a Sunday Afternoon presents Celtic music with Bob and Harry at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 19, at the Cocoa Beach Public Library, 550 N. Brevard Ave., Cocoa Beach. Irish and Scottish tunes, ballads and rollicking jigs will be featured. Bill Fleming will accompany Bob and Harry on the fiddle. F or more information, call (321) 868-1104.Jefferson Starship at the Henegar CenterT he legendary rock group Jefferson Starship will perform at 7 p.m., Sunday, F eb. 19, at the Henegar Center for the Arts, 625 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne. F eatured with the Starship will be The Rippingtons with Russ Freeman. T he musical event is produced by the Brevard Music Group and made possible by Harris Corporation Community Foundation for Brevard. Cost is $55 for VIP tickets, which include a private meetand-greet and photos session. Regular cost is $45 and $40. Tickets are available at the Brevard Music Group at (321) 783-9004 or www.brevardmusicgroup.com.Harlem Ambassadors basketball coming to BrevardT he Brevard County Sheriffs Office basketball team has announced that they will be playing the internationally acclaimed Harlem Ambassadors in a special basketball game to benefit the programs and services of the Childrens Advocacy Center of Brevard. T he event will take place at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23 at the Brevard Community College gymnasium, 3865 N. W ickham Road, Melbourne. Offering a unique brand of basketball featuring highflying slam dunks, dazzling ball-handling tricks and hilarious comedy routines, the Harlem Ambassadors are a team of talented, drug-free, college educated male and female basketball players committed to giving their audience quality family entertainment and serving as positive role models for young people. T he Brevard County Sheriffs Office basketball team is the reigning United States Champions.Last year, they traveled to the World P olice and Fire Games in New Y ork City where they finished first place in the United States and third place in the world bringing a World Bronze Medal back to Brevard County. T he Childrens Advocacy Center of Brevard is a multiagency collaboration of childwelfare professionals who intervene in child sexualabuse cases and the most severe cases of physical child abuse and neglect in Brevard. Advanced tickets are $7 for students and seniors and $9 for adults. Children 4 and younger are free. Advance tickets are on sale now at Community Credit Union locations, Brevard County Sheriffs Office precincts and the Childrens Advocacy Center at 1133 Seminole Drive, Rockledge. F or more information regarding the basketball game, please contact Maj. John Mellick through the Sheriffs Office East Precinct at (321) 454-6630.F amily Gras, Village Mardi Gras and Mardi Paws in the P arkCelebrate Mardi Gras family style, Friday, Feb. 24, with Cajun-style childrens entertainment, mask crafts, costume contests. Enjoy a New Orleans-style Mardi Gras with Zydeco, jazz and blues entertainment on three different stages, a parade of floats, beads and roving entertainmentOutF rom page B1 See OUT, B3

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Shop for dog-related vendors and products at Mardi Paws in the Park Sunday, Feb. 26, and watch a dog Mardi Gras King and Queen be crowned, all at Riverfront Park in Cocoa V illage. F or more information and tickets for the Saturday events, call Leisure Services at (321) 6 39-3500 or visit www.cocoafl.org.Titusville Rotary Clubs Eighth Annual Chili Cook-OffT he Eighth Annual Rotary Chili Cook-Off is scheduled for 6-9 p.m. Friday, Feb. 24. T his years event will be located on U.S. Highway 1 as part of the Downtown Titusville Street Party. All proceeds from the cook-off will benefit local community service projects supported by the Titusville Rotary clubs. In the past, the funds have been used to provide scholarships to local high school students, support local childrens organizations and provide free meals for those in need. Currently, the cook-off committee is recruiting chili chefs and sponsors for the event. Chefs pay a $25 entry fee and provide a minimum of 5 gallons of chili to compete for cash prizes and bragging rights. T hree levels of sponsorship are available: Habanero ($500), Cayenne ($300) and Jalapeo ($100), and all include free entry as a chili chef as well as free chili-tasting tickets. To learn more about entering the competition or sponsoring the cook-off, please contact P ete Czechowski at (321) 549-9174. In addition to the official judging of the chili, chefs also compete for the Peoples Choice Award and the Hottest Table Award (best decorated). T he cook-off will include childrens activities, a chance drawing for a selection of winewant the race is half run. You finish what you start. You have come a long way the past year. Dont stop now. T he finish line is in sight. This simple plan will carry you safely and happily through life and continue to bring many new and wonderful rewards in the coming days and months ahead.Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22T he universal presence in you constantly inspires you to do your best. You wake up each day with joy and hope in your heart. More good is on the way. You love to help and show others the way to live a rich full life. You dont ask for much for yourself. Why? Because your true values are more in the spiritual realm than the earthly.Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21Upon arising, make the following affirmation out loud each day. I listen to my divine inner guidance and the visions received always guide me toward truth. I trust in the universe to supply me all I need to live, laugh and prosper. I live life to the fullest and give thanks for my many blessings. For all this I am eternally grateful. Now even more is on the way.Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21Y our accumulated wisdom and experience will propel you even further on toward your life goals in the coming year. You have a lot of good feelings and goodwill in your heart. Listen closely to them and they will help you make wise choices that prove right and serve you well over time. Great joy is on the way.Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19K eeping a lighter touch will always keep you focused and sharp. Your life is always taking new turns. There will be a few surprises but you will enjoy pleasant endings. Your healing and creative powers are increasing. Set your goals and place a time limit on achieving them and everything will fall in place as planned.Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18Y our life is like a grand adventure. Nothing is ordinary with you. Go further and bring your higher visions into reality. Give your large imagination free reign. You are a springboard for positive change. Pay close attention to the inspirations coming up from your inner well. Dare to be different and unlimited results are yours for the asking.Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20A Pisces without a dream and goal is like a fish without water. Your short and long term success is based on making firm plans and then following them through to completion. The key element is to make sure that your heart is in it before you begin. W hen you have these things working in harmony you are on your way to rich rewards. James can help bring renewed hope and joy to your life. A personalized astrology chart, a private reading, an exciting home or office party, an inspirational group talk or a positive business forecast are just a few of the special services he offers. Call (772) 334-9487 or email jtuckxyz@aol.com for prices and details. ScopesF rom page B1 OutF rom page B2 See OUT, B5

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FRIDAY, FEB. 17 Legal Aids 25th Annual Pr o Bono Awards Gala: Br evard County Legal Aid will host its Annual Pro B ono Awards and Recognition Gala at 6 p.m. Friday, Fe b. 17, at Suntree Country Club, 1 Country Club Drive, V iera. U nited States District C ourt Judge John Antoon II will be the evenings special guest speaker. J udge Antoon will also help recognize outstanding attorneys who have generously givenfree legal counsel to Legal Aid clients. A wards will be presented to attorneys in Brevard who have gone above and beyond in their pro bono contributions. BCLA is a nonprofit organization that provides free legal counsel to the poor in Brevard County. T ickets cost $40 and include a sit down dinner, award ceremony and parting gift. Doors open at 6 p.m. T ickets and sponsorship opportunities are available by calling Rob Johnson at (321) 639-2933. Annual Great Brevard D uck Race is coming: The 14th Annual Great Br evard Duck Race is coming on May 6. This event is a fundraiser that benefits Crosswinds Y outh Services Childrens S helter and other programs for youth in crisis. Local businesses can join in as Duck Race sponsors through Feb. 22. S ponsors will receive r ecognition in conjunction with the duck race, with the form of the recognition based on their donation level. S ponsorship opportunities include Diamond ($2,500), Platinum ($1,000), Gold ($500), Silver ($250) and Friend of Q uacky ($100). F or more information about sponsorship opportunities for the Great Br evard Duck Race,please contact Jan Lokay at (321) 452-0800,Ext.208 or emailjanlokay@aol.com.SAT URDAY, FEB. 18 5K and Fun Walk: The Forever Hearts 5K and Fu n Walk, to be held at 8 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 18 at M ax K. Rodes Park, 3410 Fl anagan Ave., West M elbourne. This race is the third race in Brevard County Parks & R ecreations Run Brevard, Re Cr eate Your Life race series. There are three additional upcoming races at other Br evard County Parks through June. The website for details on these races is:www.brevardparks.com /south(go to 5K on right column of website). D ay of race registration is $18 per runner and $12 per walker. All children must be accompanied by an adult. T -shirts are guaranteed to the first 100 entrants. P laques are awarded to the male and female firstplace runners overall, masters, and age groups 09, then standard 5-year increments up to 80 years old. M edals are awarded to all second-place and thirdplace runners in their age groups. Door prizes will also be awarded. All activities are conducted and supervised by Br evard County Parks & R ecreation staff. P lease call (321) 952-3215 for more information. Did you live in California?: The California State Club is comprised of people who have lived in or come from California. The next get-together will be a luncheon at 12:30 p.m. S aturday, Feb. 18, at a r estaurant in the Suntree area. All who come pay for their meal but there are no other expenses, fees or dues. The Club was started during 2010 and meets for lunch approximately bimonthly at different locations in Brevard C ounty. M embers come from all ov er the state of California, so newcomers are bound to meet someone from the area they lived in. F or more information about the club,please call (321) 253-2655. Valentine dinner-dance: The Italian-American Club of South Brevard, 1471 C ypress Ave., Melbourne, is hosting its Valentine dinner-dance at 6 p.m. S aturday, Feb. 18, featuring music by The Dynamics. D inner includes Italian w edding soup and roast pork with scalloped potatoes, plus dessert and coffee or tea. B. Y. O. B. set-ups are available. Cocktails will be at 5 p.m. Open seating is limited. C ost is $15 for members and $18 for guests. T ickets, while available, through Thursday, Feb. 15. F or more information, call (321) 952-1693 or (321) 242-8044.SUNDAY, FEB. 19 F riday, February 17, 2012 B4 MelbourneHometown News 012088OPEN 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! $1295$7.95Every Day1600 S. 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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! 1-95 & W. Eau Gallie Blvd. Melbourne 321-242-9124 www.superfleamarket.com011772OPEN EVERY: FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY 9AM-4PM 2012 Spring Artist &Crafter Expo w/Chalk Walk Competition 2012 Spring Artist &Crafter Expo w/Chalk Walk CompetitionArtist &Crafters Expo will be an exciting event to celebrate the beauty and importance of artist creativity! This event will allow local artists young and old to have an opportunity to display their own designs. The floors of the market will become canvas and a place for audiences to watch works of art come to life right before their eyes with our Chalk Walk.CA TEGORIES Pottery Ceramics Fiber Candle Jewelry Metal Painting Wood Paper Glass Photography Quilts/Pillows Drawing Sculpture OtherMarch 31st-April 1st 9:00 am-4:00 pmJudging for Chalk Contest Sunday 3pmMarch 31st-April 1st 9:00 am-4:00 pmJudging for Chalk Contest Sunday 3pm Go to www.superfleamarket.com for an application JASONSPRODUCE MARKET Asian Products W holesale &RetailF ood Stamps 3290 W. New Haven Ave W. 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H eated Deck &D ockside T iki Bar E njoy Bonefish Beach next to the Dock!012021 DINING & ENTERTAINMENT Calendar 661884 Sheps DinerGreat Burgers Omelettes Sandwiches Homemade Meatloaf Liver Muffins and More!Breakfast &Lunch 7 Days til 2 pm1409 Aurora Rd. Melbourne, FL255-29997 am til 2 pm Friday 7am-7pm FRIDAYFISHFRY$699O N L YComplete Dinner 11-7 2 Sides Menu Available SUPERSPECIALS! S upercats will play 6-10 p .m. Friday. Main Street P ub is at 705 E. New Ha ven Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 723-7811. Murdocks Bistro & Char Bar: B en Wilson will play 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p .m., and Slick Willie will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. the C ountry Classics Band will play 7-11 p.m. Saturday. P atti and Frank will play 6 p.m. Wednesday. Mur docks is at 600 Br evard Ave., Cocoa. Fo r mor e information, call (321) 633-0600. O h S hucks: V intage will play 6-10 p .m. F r iday and S atur day O h S hucks is at the C ocoa B each Pier 401 M eade A v e ., C ocoa B each. C all (321) 783-4050. O ld F ish H ouse B ar : Su mmer R ain will play 3-7 p .m. S unday The O ld F ish H ouse B ar is at 5185 U.S. H ighway 1, Gr ant. Fo r mor e information, call (321) 727-7007. O zzie s C r abhouse: P aul Chr istopher will play 6-10 p .m. F r iday K evin Mc C ullers will play 6-10 p .m. S atur day The S uper cats Lite will play 5-9 p .m. S unday A tlantic B luegr ass will play 7-9 p .m. W ednesday O zzie s is at 4391 D ixie H ighway P alm B ay F or mor e information, call (321) 724-0009. Pineda I nn B ar & G r ill: T ed V illarr eal will play 711 p .m. F r iday K eith K oelling will play 2-6 p .m. S unday The Pineda is at 6355 N or th U.S. H ighway 1 (U.S. H ighway 1 and S untr ee B oulev ar d), R ockledge/M elbour ne C all (321) (751-5311. Riv erside B ar & G r ill: N itefir e will play 8 p .m. to midnight F r iday R ed T ide will play 8 p .m. to midnight S atur day The Riverside is at 4720 D ixie H ighway N.E., P alm B ay C all (321) 574-0520. R usty s S eafood in P or t C anav eral: J ohn P arr ot will play noon to 3 p .m. Fr iday The MCs will play 6-10 p .m. S atur day J on P arr ot will also play 5-9 p .m. T uesday R usty s is at 628 G len Cheek D r ive Po rt C anaver al. F or mor e information, call (321) 783-2033. S andbar S por ts G r ill: P at M ichaels will play 4-8 p .m. F r iday M ammoth Ba nd with S unnyland S teve will play 3-8 p .m. S atur day V intage will play 4-8 p .m. S unday A dam S ikor a s jam session is 9 p .m. to midnight M onday T ed V illarr eal will play 5-9 p .m. T uesday The S andbar is at 4301 O cean B each Bl v d., C ocoa B each. Fo r mor e information, call (321) 799-2577. S ebastian B each I nn: The C ountr y Classics Ba nd will play at 6 p .m. Fr iday East of Omaha will play at 2 p .m. S unday The S ebastian B each I nn is at 7035 S. H ighway A1A, M elbour ne B each. C all (321) 728-4311. S hady O aks Lounge: S teve C o w den and the Last Chance B and will play 9 p .m. to 1:30 a.m. Fr iday and S atur day The S hady O aks is at 6050 S. B abcock S t., P alm B ay C all (321) 727-7004. S igg y s All-Amer ican Ba r : R ed T ide will play 9:30 p .m. to 1 a.m. F r iday B ullet Theor y will play 9 p. m. to 1:30 a.m. S atur day K arl H udson will play 7-11 p .m. Thursday F eb 23. S iggy s is at 1153 M alabar R oad, P alm B ay C all (321) 952-0104. S quid L ips: the J ohn Q uinliv an B and will play 711 p .m. S atur day and 6:3010 p .m. Thursday F eb 23, for acoustic jam night. Squid Lips is at 1477 Pineapple A v e ., M elbour ne F or mor e information, call (321)259-3101. Thirsty L izar d: M edusa will play 9:30 p .m. to 1:30 a.m. F r iday The Thirsty Lizar d is at 1132 H ighway A1A, S atellite B each. C all (321) 777-7228. V intage 56: B en W ilson will play 5-9 p .m. Thursday Fe b. 23. V intage 56 is at 200 Ba r ton B lv d., R ockledge F or mor e information, call (321) 639-4048. W et S pot: S atur day is the M ar di Gr as par ty with R ocky J ames at 1 p .m. and the R ockS hot B and at 5 p .m. W ednesday night is jam night 7-11 p .m. with Tr ailer T r ash Lot 420. The W et S pot is at 3650 D ixie H ighway N.E., P alm B ay C all (321) 728-3055. Editor s note :T o hav e music schedules and music ev ents listed in the Club Scene, send them to ne ws cler k M ichael G. H ibbar d at br evnews@hometo wnnewsol.com .SceneF rom page B1 See CALENDARB5

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and a dunking booth featuring Titusville High Schools principal, Lori Spinner. F or more information, please contact Matt Barringer from the Titusville Sunrise Club or Casey Crouch from the Titusville Rotary Club. They may be reached at (321) 751-6671 or matthew.barringer@vistas.co m, or at (321) 264-4433 or casey.crouch@edwardjones.com. Sharing Through Dance galaDussich Dance Studio and Imperial Dance Corps gear up for this years Annual Sharing T hrough Dance Gala 2012. T his years Sharing T hrough Dance Gala will be held at Merritt Island High School Auditorium, 100 East Mustang Way, Merritt Island. T here will be pre-show music by Sam Tritico and Everette Stephens, professional guitarist, starting at 6:30 p.m., and the show starts at 7 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 25. Special Guest Performers included Evolution Dancers, T .R.U.B.B.L Singers, Patricia Sturelli Ballerina and Irish Step Dancers. Recipients of these galas over the past 14 years include Brevard Sharing Center, Candle Lighters of Brevard, Crosswinds, Bright Star Center for Grieving Children, Barth Syndrome Foundation, Harmony Farms, Devereaux (multiple years), Merritt Island High School Fame Academy and this year Serene Harbor Domestic Violence Center. T icket prices are $15 for adults and $13 for seniors and children younger than 18. A percentage of the ticket sales will go to this years charity. The more tickets that are sold the more money will go to the cause. To order tickets now or make reservations or obtain more information, call (321) 452-2046.Circus Day in DixieT he Greater Canaveral Chapter and the Melbourne Chapter of The Barbershop Harmony Society will team up to present Circus Day in Dixie at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25, at The Scott Center for Performing Arts on the campus of Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy, 5625 Holy Trinity Driveon the Pineda Causeway. T he show will feature the choruses of TheHarbor City Harmonizers and The Space Coast Chorus, as well as several quartets, numerous clowns and animals and a tightrope walker. T wo quartets will headline the show. The Sunshine District Collegiate Championship quartet andiQuartet from Miami. Admission is $15 in advance and $18 at the door. F or reservations to the 2 p.m. show, contact Bruce Heeb at (321) 752-4091. F or reservations for the 7 p.m. show, contact Dick Ricker at (321-) 639-9699. To use a credit card for ticketing, go to www.spacecoastchorus.net and click on Annual Show.Hot Night in the CityT he Freedom 7 Senior Community Center Presents the Sixth Annual Hot Night in the City 7-11 p.m., Friday, F eb. 24, at the Cocoa Beach Country Club Auditorium, 5 000 Tom Warriner Blvd., Cocoa Beach. Come join your neighbors and friends for a great Friday night out. Everyone is welcome. T his fundraiser for the F reedom 7 Senior Community Center costs $15 per ticket, which features the live band Delgado, light and hot food, cool drinks and a silent auction. Dress is evening casual. T here will be no reserved seating, but advance ticket purchases are suggested and available at Strater Family Chiropractic, CPA Firm of L. George Leonard, Cocoa Beach Health & Fitness, Cocoa Beach Regional Chamber of Commerce and Freedom 7 Senior Community Center. F or more information, call (321) 783-9505 or visit www.freedom7seniors.org. New Worship Service at G ood Shepherd: The Pr esbyterian Church of the Good Shepherd, 810 W. F lorida Ave., Melbourne, announces the addition of a new worship service called CAYA, a caf-style worship at 9:20 a.m. This service will begin S unday, Feb. 19 C AY A stands for Come As You Are. The Presbyterian Church of the Good Shepherd will also have its sanctuary service at a new time: 10:45 a.m. A nursery is provided for both services. F or more information, contact the church at (321) 723-3994 or email pcgoodshep@aol.com.MONDAY, FEB. 20 Florida Air Academy open house: The Florida Air Academy, Melbourne, will be conducting an open House for prospective students, Monday, Feb. 20, at 9.30 a.m. Bo ys and girls, sixth through 12th grade, are invited to take a tour of the school and to shadow morning lessons with a current student. F or more information or to RSVP ,please contact F lorida Air Academy, A dmissions Department at (321) 723 3211 or visit www.flair.com. Charity pro-am tour: The Second Annual Space C oast Senior Open Pro-Am Golf Tournament at the S untree Country Club, One C ountry Club Drive, M elbourne, starts with a r eception at 6 p.m. Monday, Feb. 20. The amateur play with a pro tournament is scheduled for 1 p.m. Tuesday, Fe b. 21. F oursomes are available for $900. Teams of three matched with a pro is the format. The regular tournament for the pros will be W ednesday, Feb. 23, and Thursday, Feb. 24. S ponsors can promote businesses, entertain clients and reward key employees, all for a great cause. C all to reserve a space at (404) 944-9988 or (321) 537-4941.WEDNESDAY, FEB. 22 The status of charter schools and the voucher program: At 11:30 a.m. W ednesday, Feb. 22, the League of Women Voters of the Space Coast will host a T imely Topics Luncheon on The Status of Charter Schools and the Voucher Pr ogram in Brevard C ounty. G uest panelists, all from Br evard Public Schools, include Brian Binggeli, superintendent; Vicki M ace, director of school choice; Pam Treadwell, director ESE Administrative Support; and Richard D unkel, principal of I ndialantic Elementary School. The event will be held at the Tuscany Grill, 7640 N. Wickham Road in S untree. The luncheon cost $20, and the public is invited. L unch includes salad, r olls, beverage and choice of scampi ala Tuscany, chicken marsala portabella or eggplant rollatini. F or reservations and entree selection,please contact Doreen Archer at (321) 622-4071 by Feb.19. F or more information,all (321) 773-8490 or visit www.lwv-spacecoast.org. The Irish to march in M elbourne: S pace Coast residents of Ir ish decent are invited to join this years parade in M elbourne on March 17. The Ancient Order of H ibernians seeks to form a group of marchers for the parade who have Irish ancestors to represent their ancient county or origin. The group hopes to get individuals from each of the 32 traditional counties to march as a unit in the parade. To participate,contact Ed R eilly at (321) 723-1262 for information about the parade and the make-up of the marching unit.UPCOMING EVE NTS Deadline for applications extended: Brevard P ublic Schools has extended the deadline for parents who wish to enroll their child in an International B accalaureate Middle Years Pr ogram until the end of the school day on Friday, Feb. 24. The extension has been granted due to recent program boundary changes approved by board members in January. The deadline applies to the following schools (only): Clearlake Middle School in Cocoa, Central M iddle School in West M elbourne and Cocoa B each Junior/Senior High School in Cocoa Beach. A pplications may be obtained at the schools or are available on their w ebsites. F or more information, call (321) 633-1000,Ext. 796 or email davis.christine@brevardschools.org. Relay For Life fundraiser: The town of P alm Shores will be hosting a Relay For Life fundraiser on Saturday, Feb. 25, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be a rummage sale, raffles, food/drinks and more activities. All proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society. Those donating for the r ummage sale or raffle will r eceive a tax deduction form. F or information,contact D onna White,administrative assistant,town of Palm S hores,5030 Paul Hurtt L ane,Palm Shores. F or more information, call (321) 242-4555,email assistant@townofpalmshor es.org or visit townofpalmshores.org. Disc-dog competition coming to West Melbourne: A local championship for the 2012 Hyperflite Skyhoundz Canine D isc Championships will be held on Saturday, Feb. 25 at 10 a.m. at Max K. R odes Park, 3410 Flanagan Av e ., West Melbourne. R egistration will begin at 9 a.m. at the park. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 17, 2012 Melbourne B5 U sing Only The Freshest IngredientsCome by Tuesday thru Friday 2:00-6:30 pm1912 Post Road Melbourne55 Soups (&counting) Call forToday's SelectionA Delicious, Nutritious M eal In Itself!C all for Special Orders or Catering321-243-1857www.thesoupshop.net012026 Lic.# CAT 1505536 Catering to Restaurants &IndividualsA sk About Our Vegetarian Selection A sk About Our Rewards Card! $2 OFF$2 OFFAny Order of $699or higherNot To Be Used With Any Specials Expires 2/25/12Breakfast Served ALL DAY!Breakfast Served ALL DAY! 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School board member joins the Childrens Hunger Project board of directorsAndy Ziegler was recently elected to The Childrens H unger Project board of directors. He is a member of the Brevard School Board. Mr. Ziegler also serves on the board of the Space Coast Early Intervention Center, AmiKids, Central Florida E xecutive Boy Scout Council and the Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce. Z iegler is an FIT graduate and an active member of the Rotary Club of Palm Bay for more than 22 years. As a member of the board of directors, Mr. Ziegler will be involved in strategic planning while advising and helping to direct fundraising activities and implementation of the organizations goals The Childrens Hunger Pr oject is a Brevard County charity that provides packages of food for hungry children so that they can get basic nourishment each w eekend during the school y ear. N utritious packages of food are discreetly slipped into the backpacks of children that teachers know are undernourished on the w eekends. The Childrens Hunger Pr oject was formed to address the critical risk of hunger that exists for elementary school age children in Brevard County. Par ticipation in the free and reduced-price lunch program at Brevards public schools exceeds 43 percent, while the national average is 17 percent. F or more information about The Childrens Hunger Project,call (321) 373-7083 or email bob@thechildrenshunger project.org. The public is also encouraged to visit the Projects website at http://thechildrenshungerproject.org/.V endors needed for Indian River FestivalPr esented by the Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce, the 2012 Indian River Festival runs May 3-6 at Sand Point Park, 101 N. Wa shington Ave., Titusville. The festival features unlimited rides all day and all night for admission prices of $10-$12. There will be a free family circus, a motocross stunt show, a duck race and more, including the Paws at the P oint pet parade. F or more vendor information,call (321) 615-8111.Reach Out and Read initiativeP ediatrics in Brevard, the premier provider of pediatric medicine on the Space C oast, hosts the national Reach Out and Read initiative for Brevard County children. The only pediatric group in Brevard County to participate in Reach Out and Read, the national program serves more than 3.9 million families annually; with the primary focus being to prepare Americas y oungest children to succeed in school by partnering with doctors to prescribe books. The program asks pediatricians to educate parents on the importance of early literacy, while also encouraging families to read together. P ediatricians across the U nited States who participate in the program supply age-appropriate books for children to take home after pediatric check-ups. Each child gets nine books within a five-year period, beginning at age 6 months; the last book is given at age 5. B ooks are purchased with money donated to a nonprofit foundation created by P ediatrics in Brevard, specifically for the Reach O ut and Read program. C orporations, local businesses and employees also donate to the cause. P ediatrics in Brevard has four locations to serve Br evard County children: C ocoa Beach, (inside Cape C anaveral Hospital Medical P laza), Rockledge, Viera and M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 636-3066,or visit www.pedsinbrevard.com. F riday, February 17, 2012 B6 MelbourneHometown News F resh Seafood Steaks Prime Rib PastaBest View on the Indian RiverInside and Outside Dining Full Service Bar Book Your Parties Here!!!4845 Dixie Highway NE Palm Bay321-676-9995Mon.-Thu. 11am-9:30 Fri. & Sat. 11am-10pm Now OpenSundays 3-9 pmwww.theshackpb.com Find us on FacebookBest View on the Indian River014648 GIFTCARDS AVAILABLE! 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Community notesSee NOTES, B7 To send your letters to the editor, e-mail them to brevnews@hometownnewsol.com or fax them to (321) 242-1281. Or you can send letters to: L etters to the editor, 3 80 Wickham Road N., Melbourne, FL 32935. L etters must include a phone number and home address for verification. Letters sent without phone numbers and addresses will be published in the Rants & Raves section. We welcome your opinions

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Brevard County sets winter golf ratesThe Brevard County Par ks and Recreation D epartment has implemented its golf rates for the winter season, effective through April 14. Be fore 1 p.m. daily, Br evard County residents can play 18 holes of golf with a cart at the Savannahs Golf Course in Merritt I sland or the Habitat Golf Co urse in Grant-Valkaria for $45, or at Spessard H olland Golf Course in M elbourne Beach for $43. N on-residents will pay $10 more, and discount card holders will pay $10 less. D iscount cards are available to residents for $40 and to non-residents for $95. Annual green fee cards are available for $682.38. Br evard County Parks and Recreation Department operates three courses. S pessard Holland, located in Melbourne B each, is an exceptional stretch executive beachside golf course noted for its year-round breezes. The Savannahs, located on Merritt Island, is a challenging 18-hole, par 72 championship golf course with Champion ultradwarf greens. The Habitat golf course, featuring refurbished and expanded Champion ultradwarf greens, is a championship course located in the midst of a wildlife sanctuary in GrantV alkaria. All courses offer professional instruction, practice r anges, pro shops, outings, leagues and special events. F or more information, discounts,specials or to book a tee time,call the Savannahs at (321) 4551375,the Habitat at (321) 952-6912,or Spessard H olland at (321) 952-4529.Donations will help Brevardians during difficult economic timesH ealth First employees r ecently dug deeper to support United Way agencies so they can continue providing needed services throughout 2012. H ealth Firsts United Way campaign chair Michelle Fo x noted that Health First employees total UW pledges of $237,954 exceeded the previous y ears campaign by $4,000, with 155 more employees pledging to Health Firsts U nited Way Campaign. The contributions will help support local agencies and charitable organizations in 2012 to provide basic human services in Br evard, such as meals for low-income seniors, temporary housing for homeless individuals, access to emergency food and services at local sharing centers, as well as many other vital community services that might not be able to be offered without United Way funding. F or more information, visit www.health-first.org or call (321) 434-4359.New doctor at vet hospitalBr evard Veterinary H ospital has announced the hiring of Dr. Tonia H eadrick. Dr Headrick graduated from Auburn University with a doctorate of veterinary medicine in 2001 and has been practicing medicine for more than 10 y ears. S he recently decided to r eturn to Central Florida and is happy to call Br evard County her home. W ith the hiring of Dr. H eadrick, Brevard Veterinary Hospital will now be open six days a week (Monday through Saturday) and will be adjusting specific operating hours to better accommodate clients with working schedules. F or more information r egarding Dr. Headrick or Br evard Veterinary Hospitals hours of operation, visit www.brevardvethospital.com.2 4-hour urgent care clinic opens in Melbourne D iagnostic and Clinical Ca re Ser vices recently opened a new 24-hour urgent care clinic in M elbourne and is accepting new patients. The new clinic is located at 2100 N. Wickham Road, M elbourne. J ointly operated by S angita Sahay, M.D., and Mar ilyn Moss, M.D., the clinic will provide care for patients 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year by offering online registration and state-of-the-art emergency medical room system. They are associated with all major hospitals in the area and can send medical r ecords anywhere. B oard certified physicians will be available 24 hours a day to provide an array of services, including in-house testing. No insurance is needed, but they will accept all major health insurance and credit cards. S ome services provided are treatment of: sprains and fractures, cuts or lacerations, rashes and burns, eye injuries, insect and animal bites, ear infections, cold and flu and medication management for chronic illnesses. The clinic will also provide physicals for employment, sports and school. To learn more about the clinic,please call (321) 7527100 or visit www.doccs.us.Health First opens news center to support family caregivers of older adultsIn r esponse to the growing ranks of Space C oast area family caregivers who are taking on r esponsibilities for elderly r elatives with healthcare needs, Health First has announced the opening of The Center for Family Car egivers. A part of the Health First Aging Institute, The Center for Family Caregivers has significantly expanded the Aging Institutes services, which were previously only available to families dealing with the challenges associated with Alzheimers Disease. The Center will assist any and all caregivers of older adults who need support and guidance. I ts central message is families are facing other challenges related to aging parents or grandparents, and help is available for them too. F or more information about Health Firsts Center for Family Caregivers, visit www.CenterForFamilyCar egivers.org.Florida Techs first lacrosse teamMo re than 20 studentathletes from nine states make up Florida Techs first lacrosse team, recently unveiled by head coach R yan McAleavey. As expected of a first-year program, much of the team is devised of freshmen. In fact, junior goalie M ason Cook (Hollywood, M d./Wingate) and junior midfielder Matt Durand (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y./Suffolk CC) are the only two Panthers listed as a sophomore or higher on the roster. D espite the inexperience, FIT showed a glimpse of its talent and potential at the inaugural Battle at the B each exhibition tournament last November. F or more information, visit www.floridatechsports.com/mlacrosse/rost er/104/ or call (321) 6748250.Health First welcomes medical staff leadershipH ealth First has welcomed incoming elected medical staff leadership at two of its four hospitals. F ollowing a recent medical staff election at H olmes Regional Medical C enter, the following officers were elected to serve a term that ends in D ecember 2013: Norberto Schechtmann, Tamer Ahmed and Edgar F igueroa. A dditionally, members of the Palm Bay Hospital medical staff elected the following officers to serve the term ending in December 2013: Christopher R ehak, Anthony Tran and Frederick Peterson. H ealth First has been serving the residents of the Br evard County area since its formation in 1995, with r oots extending back to 1937 when Holmes Regional Medical Center opened as the first hospital in Br evard County. T oday, Health First is the only multi-hospital, notfor-profit health system in Br evard County.Oceanside Charter Chapter offers $1,000 scholarshipO ceanside Charter Chapter of the American B usiness Womens Association is funding a special scholarship through the S tephen Bufton Memorial E ducational Fund. The field of study is business, and the scholarship will be awarded in the amount of $1,000. In order to be eligible for consideration, candidates must be women who: 1. Are citizens of the U nited States and Brevard C ounty 2. Will be college first or second year level in August 3. Are attending or have been accepted at a licensed, accredited vocational-technical school or community college authorized to confer associate degrees; 4. Will have selected business as her major, and 5. Have achieved a cumulative grade point average of2.5, or better, on a 4.0 scale. To apply,interested parties should send name and email address to: Oceanside Charter Chapter Anita Carbone at acarbone@cfl.rr.com. A pplications must be completed by March 30 at www.sbmef.org. Fu nds are limited to tuition,books and fees. F or more information, visit www.abwaoceanside.org.P arrish Medical Center sponsors support groupsP arrish Medical Center offers a variety of support groups to help you and y our loved ones live with y our chronic condition, share your triumphs and learn from others. P lease contact the individual numbers listed for more information as the groups meet at various locations. A.W.A.K.E. Sleep D isorders Support Group, meets the first Monday each month; 6-8 p.m. C all (321) 268-6408 Cardiac & Pulmonary W ellness programs, meets the last Wednesday of each month, 2-3 p.m. C all (321) 268-6726 to RSVP Caregiver Support Group, meets the first and third Thursday of the month, 9:30-11 a.m. C all (321) 268-6800 Diabetes Support Group, meets the third T uesday of the month, 3-4 p .m. C all (321) 268-6699 to RSVP Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, meets the second Tuesday of each month, 10-11 a.m. Look Good, Feel Better, meets the first Wednesday of the month, 2-4 p.m. C all (800) 227-9954 Parkinson Support Group of North Brevard, meets the third Saturday of each month, 11 a.m. to 1 p .m. C all (321) 268-6800 Parrish Partners Cancer S upport Group, meets the first Monday of each month, 4-5:30 p.m. C all (321) 268-6111,Ext.3544 Pulmonary Hy pertension Support Group, meets on the second Thursday of each month, 6-8 p.m. C all (321) 268-6800 Pulmonary Support Group: Better Breathers, meets on the second W ednesday of each month, 3-4 p.m. C all (321) 2686726 F or more information, visit www.parrishmed.com/calendar. For Hometown News www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 17, 2012 Melbourne B7 018401Answers located in Classified Section 018409 M.D. Automotive BUYHERE PAY HERE! All Vehicles$500 Down WACwww.MDAutomotiveSales.com* 30 Day Limited Warranty Serving Brevard for 20 Years * All Vehicles Inspected by ASE Certified Owner/Mechanic *212 S. 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The 2012 PGA Merchandise Show officially opened its doors at 8:30 a.m. Jan. 26. Ev eryone was feeling a much better vibe than last y ear when we were saddened to see many places with a bare cement floor or a hastily put-down piece of carpet instead of a display. This year, the aisles were more crowded and nearly every booth space was filled with someone hoping to make it in the golf business. I enjoy finding accessories and playing aids. It was good to see some of my favorites from the past. Howe ver, its the new ones I want to talk about. Ev eryone seems to be going crazy for belly putters. But how can you be sure one will work for y ou? Thanks to Belly Putt (www.bellyputt.com ), you can convert your existing putter into a belly for a fraction of the price of a new putter. C onverting your putter to a belly putter takes four steps with Belly Putt. U sing the provided tool, y ou make a hole in the end of your existing grip. You then insert the belly to the desired depth and tighten an Allen screw. Slide the taper lock down the shaft and into the top of the existing grip and youre r eady to go. Y ou can easily adjust the length to get the perfect fit. If you need more w eight on the head of your putter, add a little lead tape. If you decide a belly putter isnt for you, you simply remove it. The new Medicus V isionTrack Pro ( www.medicus.com) is designed to help you eliminate slices and hooks. By placing the VisionTrack on the ground while you strike balls, you will see proper ball position, stance width, swing path and target line. Doctors have found that proper positioning of your jaw helps you optimize yo ur physiological functions. PX3 Custom Mouthw ear ( www.px3mouthwear ) is a custom built, scientifically advanced mouthguard designed to place your jaw in a position that allows y ou to increase your o xygen intake, power, flexibility, core stability and heart rate variability. Each piece is made to fit y our mouth specifically. Y ou use a kit sent to you to make an imprint of your mouth, and the guard is created using that as a mold. Ey e Line Golf ( www.eyelinegolf.com) has products used by more than 6,500 PGA instructors and 95 of the top 100 instructors. One of the easiest to use is the Sweet Spot 360. The 360 is a thin plastic piece shaped like an elongated . It attaches to the face of your putter with the open center surrounding the sweet spot. Unless you hit the ball right on the sweet spot, it will deflect and come off the face poorly. The newest laser training system comes from Squared Up Golf ( www.sqrdup.com). SQRD Up looks like a big plus sign. It has laser optics projecting onto the ground from each of the four points. These lines indicate your target line, ball and hand position, divot indicator and clubface detector. The SQRD Up sets up easily and fits into your golf bag. It works indoors and outdoors. M any of the tour pros have taken to making their belts and buckles part of their style. Lee Westwood and Christina Kim prefer Dr uh Belts and Buckles ( www.druhbeltsandbuckles.com). The ability to mix and match buckles with fine handmade leather and snakeskin belts allows anyone to show off their personality and style. Dr uh will also produce y our own custom buckles. White Ball (www.thewhiteball.com ) is another maker of fine belts and buckles. Made from Italian leathers with 12 colors to choose from and interchangeable buckles, this line of belts allows you to show your true colors. J ames Stammer has been an avid golfer and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years.He hosts the Thursday Night Golf Show on WSTU 1450-AM.Contact him at stammergolf@yahoo.com. Hello smart shoppers. How are those New Y ears resolutions going? The No. 1 resolution made is to lose weight. M any of you are cutting back on the amount of fattening food and junk food you eat and see the scale moving so slowly that by this time you tell yourself, whats the use, it must be my metabolism or Im just big boned. R emember, its not what y ou eat its how you prepare what you eat, which is the basis for my column and my cookbook; thats why I give y ou choices. F or some reason, when yo u re dieting, many times y ou pay attention to what y ou eat, not what you drink. S ugar is the major carbohydrate we consume. Check out your soft drinks. One teaspoon of sugar equals 4.2 grams. One 12 ounce can of Coke contains 39 grams of sugar. Do the math; thats about nine teaspoons of sugar. Pepsi contains 41 grams, thats almost 10 teaspoons in one can. Other soft drinks arent much better and when it comes to sweetened iced tea, I dont even want to know. The human body is amazing, but can fool you while you think youre doing things right. Research shows that while artificial sweeteners make drinks dietfriendly, if you have more than two cans a day, the body starts reading it as sugar. If you substituted 1 glass of unsweetened iced tea for one can of soda a day you would lose an average of 15 pounds in a year. We are addicted to sugar, as well as salt, and type-2 diabetes and high blood pressure are rampant. Sugar is not bad, its the quantity that makes it bad. Fr uits contain a natural sugar (fructose). It is now made in a granulated form and today it is made from corn syrup. Heres an interesting fact: it has almost twice the sweetening power of granulated sugar, so you would use half of what you usually do. It doesnt seem to be absorbed in the body the same way as r egular sugar. You can find it by the pound in large supermarkets and health food stores and it is affordable. T odays recipe is a perfect example of how to prepare what you eat and make a difference. Enjoy. See you next week. C C R R EAMY EAMY P P E E ST ST O S O S AU AU C C E E ser ser ves 4-6 ves 4-6 regular and low fat regular and low fat This sauce can be made with dried basil, but it doesnt compare with fresh. B asil is so easy to grow. If y ou dont have the time or inclination, you can purchase fresh basil in the supermarket. Basic pesto sauce is made with oil, garlic and basil. I think this creamy sauce is so much better. A friend who was born in northern Italy, (Genoa) gave me the recipe years ago. R ecently I made it healthy by using low-fat or fat-free cream cheese and skim milk, evaporated skim milk, undiluted or fat-free half and half. You will eliminate most of the cholesterol and saturated fat, but none of the flavor. If you choose to use pignoli (pine) nuts, (I prefer my sauce without them, they give the sauce a sandy texture), toast and finely chop them. Use about 1/4 cup nuts. NOTE: There is no suitable substitute for imported Italian Parmesan cheese. A butcher shop or deli will have it at the best price and grate it for free. K eep a little in the fridge and extra in the freezer, since it can turn moldy. 8-ounce package cream cheese 1-1/2 cups fresh basil leaves, packed, or 2 tablespoons dried basil 1/4-cup extra virgin olive oil 4 or 5 sprigs fresh Italian parsley or 1 tablespoon dried parsley 1/2-teaspoon black or white pepper 2 large or 3 small cloves garlic, peeled 1/4-cup grated Parmesan cheese 1-1/2 cups milk (approxi mately) 1 teaspoon salt 1 pound pasta (fettuccini, penne, etc.), cooked P lace all ingredients, except the milk, nuts and pasta, in a food processor and process until smooth. A dd half the milk and all the nuts; process until mixed. P lace in a saucepan or a microwave-safe container; stir in remaining milk. War m, do not cook and pour over any pasta of your choice; serve immediately. A dd more milk if necessary, a little at a time. Serve with extra Parmesan cheese. NOTE: If using fettuccini, put a teaspoon of oil in the water to prevent the noodles from sticking. The Gurus special hint: Tir ed of glasses coming out of the dishwasher with baked on stuff? Tuck a small container in the top rack, r ight side up to catch the debris. V isit my website www.romancingthestove.ne t or email arlene@romancingthestove.net. F riday, February 17, 2012 B8 MelbourneHometown News 011915Melbourne Square Mall 1700W. New Haven Avenue, Unit #935 Melbourne, FL 32904 321.725.2727 Visit Us Online:www.LaBoutiqueDeLingerie.com www.LaBoutiqueDeGowns.comONLYBRIDALSHOPINMELBOURNEOPEN7 DAYSAWEEK Bridal Gowns Bridesmaid Dresses RUSHDELIVERYAVAILABLE FREELAYAWAY Tux edo Rentals Alterations Largest Selection of Bridal Bras 011760 CIGARS Shop &Lounge Shop &Lounge V isit Any of our 3 Lounges Ask us for that special wedding gift! Ask us for that special wedding gift! www.finecigarshoppe.com Mainland Location Beachside Location Cigars Etc. 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There is no entry fee for competitors, and admission is free for spectators. Novice and veteran competitors are encouraged to compete. All competitors will receive a free official Hyperfilte K-10 C ompetition Standard flying disc, and the top three teams will receive awards. C ontestants and their canine teammates will earn points for basic throws and catches, with bonus points for mid-air catches in the distance/accuracy event. The event welcomes mixed breeds as well as purebred dogs. Many of the canines expected to compete were rescued from local animal shelters or rescue groups. To view the 2012 Hyperflite Skyhoundz competition schedule or to learn about Skyhoundz competition rules and regulations, please visitwww.skyhoundz.com. F or more information, please call the Max K.Rodes Community Center at (321) 952-3215. Editor and literary agent to highlight meeting: S pace Coast Authors of R omance welcome Harlequin editor Laura Barth and Cornerstone literary agent Helen Breitwieser to its Super Saturday meeting 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. S aturday, Feb. 25 at the V iera Holiday Inn, 8298 N. W ickham Road, Melbourne. The meeting is open to the public. The cost is $40, which includes a buffet luncheon. Par ticipants do not need to be STAR members to attend. V isit the website at http://authorsofromance.co m/supersaturday for r egistration details, and sign up at http://authorsofromance.com/supersaturday/ssregform. M onthly meetings and workshops provide a comfortable forum where published and unpublished writers share knowledge about the everchanging romance fiction industry. B eginners or seasoned, multi-published romance writers are all welcome to participate. God didnt intend us to agepresentation: Pr actitioner and teacher of Christian Science healing Ma rk S winney will present a talk entitled, Eternal life on Sunday, Feb. 26, at 3 p .m. at the First Church of Christ, Scientist, 600 E. M elbourne Ave., Melbourne. Mr. Swinney has devoted more than 25 years both to praying with people and empowering people to pray effectively for themselves. He is a prolific author with more than 250 published articles addressing numerous facets of prayer and healing. F or more information on the event,call Nadine S luder at (321) 253-1945. BCC Lab School open houses: The Lab School offers hands-on parenting classes where parents attend school with their children during the day and with other parents in the evening. It is now accepting r egistration for classes in the 2012-13 school year. There will be a series of open houses Feb. 27 through March 1 for parents with children aged 6 weeks to 5 years. 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T oll Free:(800)568-8321 www.lawcapital.com STUART 55+ park, 4 mobile homes for sale $4,000-$9,500.Lots for rent $430/mo City w/s, trash & lawn main. included 772-530-0307 CARS/TRUCKS W anted! T op $$$ Paid! Running or Not, All Years, Makes, Models.Free Towing! We re Local! 7 Days/ W eek.Call Toll Free: 1-888-416-2330 MUSTANG GT CONV ERTIBLE Project car! 75% complete.New Interior & spare parts incl. $4,700.321-253-2274 IRS PUBLIC AUCTION -MALABAR,FLResidential lot .3 acres (1/3) acres unimproved. Drive-By Only;Middle of W eir StreetCheck GIS map for Parcel ID. Non-flood zone. Minimum Bid $5100. A uction: 3/7/12, 10am. Register: 9:30am. Sale Location: Brevard County Courthouse, 518 South Palm Ave., Titusville, FL 32796 Sharon Sullivan 954-740-2421 www.irsauctions.gov SEARAY Cabin Cruiser, 24carry 8, sleep 4-5.All new vinyl & canvas, stereo + more! Alum.trailer w/new wheels & brakes, $15,000.321-368-9670 I GOT MY HOME SOLD THANKS TO THE HOMETOWN NEWS!!! I only placed my home for sale in one paper, the Hometown News, and thats all it took!! If you have property for rent or f or sale the Hometown News can help.They have the great prices and g reat promotions! R.C.-Port Orange W ANTED Scooter & Motorcycletrailer or 8x4trailer w/ramp.Reasonable 321-622-4060 MELBOURNEMUST SELL!OrangeManor 55+, 2br/1ba, scrn porch, w/d hook up, central air, all appl, pets ok $5900. 1-410-627-6104 or 321-254-6856 See photos online www. HometownNewsClassifie ds.com Ad#70753 NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINS Come enjoy a wonderful winter vacation! Cabins, Condos, Vacation Homes ev en bring the family pet! Boone, Banner Elk, Blowing Rock F oscoe Rentals 1-800-723-7341 www.foscoerentals.com MELBOURNE T ropical Haven 55+ active comm 2br/2ba/carport, doublewide, new ac, furnished, lot rent $193/mo.no pets. $24,500.321-723-6616 TITUSVILLERebuilt 1/1 new plywood, carpet, bath fixtures & paint.lrg covered patio.55+ park, $5,100.321-591-9080 CASH FOR CARS: All Cars/Trucks Wanted. Running or Not! Top Dollar Paid.We Come To Y ou! Any Make/Model. Call For Instant Offer: 1-800-864-5960 2011 18PONTOON Mercury 40HP Motor $15,695 less 20% = $12,556 Free Delivery in FL Astor Marine 24535 State Rd 40 Astor,FL 32102 352-759-3655 DA YTONA BCH Grand Seas Resort directly on beach! 2br/2ba, all amenities, mini golf, 2 pools, gym.FLOATING WEEK! $6,000.772-785-9684 Cocoa BRAND NEW 3Br/ 2Ba/2cg, Energy efficient GREEN HOME on lg lot with gazebo.$93,500 Purchase Assistance ($20,000) to qualified buyer.Call 321-724-6674 with any questions.Armstrong Custom Homes see photos online www. 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Start Planning Your Spring & Summer V acation Now! 1-888-564-5800 american-paradise.com TITUSVILLE 4BD/2BA, 2 car garage.$800/mo.+ security.1569 Pentax Av e. Section 8 OK. Call 321-253-3851 CAR LIFTfor Electric SCOOTER OR CHAIR. Excellent condition. $1000/obo.(Merritt Isl.) Call 321-338-2210 GIGANTIC MIRRORS Jobsite Leftovers, Brand New, Perfect Condition, 48x100(7), $115 each 60x100(8), $140 each 72x100(11), $165 each F ree Delivery 1-800-473-0619 CASH FOR CARS! We Buy ANY Car, Truck or Van! Running or Not. Get a FREE Top Dollar Instant Offer Now! 1-800-558-1097 We re Local! CAVENDER CREEK Cabins Dahlonega, North Georgia Mountains.1, 2, & 3 Bedroom Cabins w/ Hot Tubs! Take Virtual T our at:www.CavenderCreek.com Call NOW! T oll Free 1-866-373-6307 P ALM BAY4br/2ba/2.5 car garage.Large custom POOL home, 3000 sq.ft. lanai, shed, fenced yard, w/d.$1250/mo First, last, Sec.Call 321-626-4100 MANTIS DELUXE Tiller. NEW! FastStart engine. Ships FREE.One-Year Money-Back Guarantee when you buy DIRECT. Call for the DVD and FREE Good Soil book! 866-674-4644 STUART 55+ park, 4 mobile homes for sale $4,000-$9,500.Lots for rent $430/mo City w/s, trash & lawn main. included 772-530-0307RV A WNING REPAIR & INSTALLATION.Mobile service.Honest, reliable.BuySellTrade. Licensed & Insured.Call Joe & Patti 321-255-2920 WESTERN CAROLINA Real Estate Offering unbelievable deals on homes and land in the beautiful NC mountains. Call for free brochures, f oreclosures, and area information. 800-924-2635 W ANTED J apanese Motorcycles Kawasaki,19671980, Z1-900, KZ900, KZ1000, ZIR, KZ1000MKII, W1-650, H1-500, H2-750, S1-250, S2-350, S3-400.Suzuki GS400, GT380, CB750 69.70) CASH PAID. 1-800-772-1142 1-310-721-0726 usa@classicrunners.com HEAT YOUR HOME f or 5 an hour! Portable infrared iHeater heats 1000 sq.ft.Slashes your heating bills by 50 percent. F ree shipping too! 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Bidding Begins February 15th, Ends March 1st. 10% Buyers Premium Lic.#TAL 2199 www .P ottsBrothers .com (800)701-8966 TITUSVILLE -55+ 2BR/ 1BA, central heat/air. Nice, quiet park in north Titusville.$11,000 lot rent $240/mo.includes water & trash.321-267-0017 SOUTHEAST TENNESSEE Va r iety of homes & land;mountain, valley, fa rm s, w ooded tracts, gated community. 1-800-516-8387, George Hamilton Land & Auction, T AL1557www.hamiltonauction.comP ALM BAY Holiday Pa rk 55+, pool, clubhouse, 2Br/2Ba, carport & screen rm.RV or boat storage avail.$24,900 with lot.570-220-1289 **OLD GUITARS Wanted!** F ender, Gibson, Martin, Gretsch, Prairie State, Euphonon, Larson, DAngelico, Stromberg, Rickenbacker & Mosrite. Gibson Mandolins/Banjos. 1930s thru 1970s T op Cash Paid! 1-800-401-0440 EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY PUBLISHERS NOTICE A ll rental and real estate advertising in the Hometown News is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Law which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitations or discrimination based on r ace, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin or any intention to make such preference, limitation or discrimination.In addition, the Fair Housing Ordinance prohibits discrimination based on age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or expression.We will not not knowingly accept any advertising which is in violation of the law.All persons are herby inf ormed that all dwellings are availible on an equal basis. 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Credit check.Call after 6 pm 954-854-4669R VS NEEDED! Buy, Consign or Trade. Giant Recreation World. 888-863-8503 Don x150 T OP CASH F or Cars, Any Car / Truck, Running or Not.Call for Instant offe r: 1-800-454-6951 HARLEY DAVIDSON 2007 Road King Custom, 13K mi, black w/chrome, $13,500 or take over payments.Call 321-960-9526 GENERATOR Coleman #6250 On wheels, never used, 4 outlets.$150. T OOL SHED, Fiberglass, w/ flooring, 59Hx 56 x37, $165.W Melbourne 321-676-1659 CA$H PAIDup to $22/ box f or unexpired, sealed Diabetic Test Strips! 2 Day Payment & Prepaid shipping.Se Habla Espanol.Emma 1-888-7767771.www .Cash4Diabetic Supplies .com SHARIS BERRIESOrder Mouthwatering Gifts f or Valentines Day! 100 percent satisfaction guaranteed.Hand-dipped berr ies from $19.99 plus s/h. SAVE 20 percent on qualifying gifts over $29! 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WEST MELBOURNE The West M elbourne police chiefs failure to tell his bosses that a police commander stole illegal drugs from an evidence room may cost the chief his job. The City Council voted 4-3 to move forward with the potential firing of police chief Brian K. Lock, who has been in hot water since he helped the veteran police commander enter a rehabilitation facility without telling council members of the drug thefts. C ouncil members, who are the police chiefs superiors in West Melbournes form of government, were unaware of the drug thefts by Commander Charles Schrum until an anonymous tipster notified councilman Michael J. Hazlett last November. After his drug rehab, Mr. Schrum was quietly allowed to retire on Jan. 4, 2010, on a $40,000 annual pension, claiming an unspecified leg injury. Ma y or Hal J. Rose complained that there was no paper trail left of the drug thefts. City manager Scott Morgan later said the case could have been prosecuted as a crime, but it was not. How ever, Chief Lock said he consulted with State Attorney Norm W olfinger in the Schrum case, and was told the case might fail because Mr. Schrums admissions to the chief about two drug thefts might not be admissible in court. In a packed council meeting last w eek, many supporters of Chief Lock urged the council to retain him. B ut many other residents urged the council to remove the chief, who could be dismissed within two weeks. Chief Lock, who has been West M elbourne police chief since 1990, r eceived a recent evaluation from the council of a 3.15 rating out of a possible 5.0, for a mere satisfactor y rating.W est Melbourne set to fire police chief 014856 2012 Official Program 2012 Official Program 012127Dont Miss YourChance To Reach 22,000 Residents &Visitors of Brevard County! Get Your Message Into The Official 24th Annual Strawberry Festival Program!TO RESERVESPACE CALLTODAY!321.242.1013 MELBOURNE SHOW OF FERS TIPSPGAMerchandise Show opened its doors Jan. 26. P ageB8 INSIDEV ol. 8, No. 30 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Feb. 17, 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 mtstandard.com: F ollow up: M ontana man fined $1,000 for instigating police chase A Butte man who told officers he instigated a police chase because he always wanted to try it, found out it'll cost him a $1,000 fine to go with his tire damage. The Montana ENTERTAINMENTB1 INDEXJeffrey BiegelCalendarB4 ClassifiedB9 Club SceneB1 Crossword B7 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Star Scopes B1 Viewpoint A6 ROMANCING THE STOVE B8Pay attention to what you drink to lose weight.See WEIRD, A2 HOW WEIRD IS THAT?!SE AN MCCARTHY 018406GET LUCKY!ONLINE AT www.HometownNewsOL.com ONLINE AT www.HometownNewsOL.com50% OFF 50% OFFGIFT GIFT CER CER TIFIC TIFIC A A TES TES W est Melbourne councilman sees police intimidationWEST MELBOURNE City Councilman Michael J. H azlett figures that in 12 y ears in West Melbourne, he had seen a police car in his neighborhood maybe three times. Mr. Hazlett lives in a lakeside gated community whose streets are self-funded, and is not routinely patrolled by the West Melbourne Police Department. So why are police cars suddenly stationed frequently in front of Mr. H azlettes home, he asks? Mr. Hazlett claims its intimidation by the West M elbourne Police Department because he blew the whistle on a police commander who was stealing drugs from a police property room. Howe ver, police chief Br ian K. Lock denies the councilmans allegations. S peaking at a City Council meeting, Mr. Hazlett said he will not be intimidated. S top with the home tours, because its ludicrous, Mr. Hazlett said. This would be the latest tactic from the police Nonprofit offers free HIV testing, supportBREVARD For preventing an HIV infection, knowledge is power. Which is why Project R esponse, a nonprofit serving people with HIV and AIDS on the Space and Tr easure coasts, offers free HIV testing so people infected with the virus can be in the know. A ccording to Florida D epartment of Health, throughout Brevard County, there are 2,500 people living with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, or the disease itself, which weakens the immune system and destroys the bodys ability to fight infections. G uy Piscione, an education and outreach specialist at Project Response, said estimates show 500 more people in Brevard, in addition to the 2,500 known cases, could be infected but unaware of their statuses. Thats why we encourage people who are sexually active and who participate in what is considered high-risk behaviors, such as men having sex with men and people who use IV drugs, be tested frequently, Mr. Piscione said. Pr oject Response offers free walk-in testing Monday through Friday in Melbourne at 745 S. Apollo Bl v d. from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p .m. Individuals must be 18 or older and present a v alid ID to receive testing, and results can be provided within 20 minutes, according to Project Responses we bsite, www.projectre-Cruisin cars Andy Stefanek/ staff photographerDeric Hausmann of Melbourne admires some of the model cars at the Mopar Super Swap Meet XIII held at Wickham Park Pavilion last month. In addition to the normalsized cars was a model car and truck show hosted by the Table Top Cruisers of Central Florida. William Singleton, 6, of Melbourne works on putting together his toy model car at the Mopar Super Swap Meet XIII held at Wickham P ark Pavilion last month. In addition to the normal-sized c ars was a model car and truck show hosted by the T able Top Cruisers of Central Florida.Andy Stefanek staff photographerDismissal pending in case dubbed OxyContin cover-upBy Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.comSee WEST MEL, A2By Meagan McGonemmcgone@hometownnewsol.com See HI V, A4Says cops park at his home; chief denies claimBy Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.comSee HAZLETT, A4

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Expires 2/20/12SAVEANEXTRA$100offPurchase of $1000 or more BONUSCOUPONSAVEANEXTRA$200offPurchase of $2000 or more*Excludes hot buys, Advertised Item. Cannot be combined with other promotional offers. Expires 2/20/12SAVEANEXTRA$200offPurchase of $2000 or more SPECIAL FINANCING AV AILABLESee Store For DetailsSPECIAL FINANCING AV AILABLESee Store For DetailsChief Lock said he hoped it wouldnt be held against him that he applied for and failed to be hired for v acant jobs of police chief in Spr ingfield, Tenn., and P once Inlet in Volusia County. I did not realize that my evaluation would reflect negatively regarding my r ight to seek other employment, Chief Lock said. The chief said he sought to leave because even before the Schrum incident, at least two council members got upset with me because I r efused to terminate an employee without cause. The chief did not offer details, saying: The rest of the details will come out at deposition if his case is litigated. Chief Lock said he did not notify council members of C ommander Schrums drug thefts because he was concerned about Mr. Schrum. The decision I made was to be compassionate and send a police officer that had served this community for 18 years to treatment first, Chief Lock said. M y priority in this crisis was to help a human being. H ealth should be the first priority, the chief said. The council sought clarification from city attorney J ames P. Wilson on the process required for a dismissal. May or Hal Rose, deputy mayor Stephanie Eley, Mr. H azlett and councilman J ohn Tice voted to proceed with a notice of termination. Council members Ms. Y oung, Bill Mettrick and Pat B entley voted against the proceeding. Mr. Tice felt it was important to vote even though he is recovering from recent heart surgery. I was at deaths door, so those threatening letters (from anonymous senders) dont bother me, Mr. Tice said. Mr. Tice said ignoring Chief Locks actions is like forgiving someone for stealing a car because he previously paid for 30 cars. The bottom line is, its there. And its not going away, Mr. Tice said. He (Chief Lock) could have fixed it, and he hasnt. But its not too late for us to fix it. Y ou dont have to like me. I really dont care. I was dead a week ago. But I still have a job to do, Mr. Tice said. C ouncilwoman Andrea Y oung, a supporter of the chief, said the chiefs negative evaluation in 2011 should not be based on the property room drug thefts because they occurred in J une 17-19, 2009. S he said council members are not qualified to judge the chiefs performance. All you have to do to sit up here is be a resident of We st Melbourne and win an election, Ms. Young said, describing the proceeding as a kangaroo court. B ut Mayor Rose said the drug thefts are relevant in 2011 because the council was not aware of it in 2009. Mr. Hazlett, who has dubbed the case an OxyC ontin cover-up, read from the city charter, which calls for the chief to lawfully perform his job. How can anyone on this dais look at this Schrum incident and say with a straight face that he (Chief Lock) did his job lawfully? Mr. Hazlett said. Do you think that if I had known about this in 2009 that I would have sat on it? Mr. Hazlett said. Ms. Eley called Chief Locks poor performance r eview a vote of no confidence. F orgiveness does not mean you dont have to serve the consequences of y our actions, Ms. Eley said. This needs to be resolved for everyone. It cannot continue like this.W est MelF rom page A1 S tandard in Butte reports 55-year-old John C. Hughes pleaded guilty Thursday in City Court to reckless driving while eluding a peace officer. The chase began in the pre-dawn hours Thursday when officers reported a man followed a patrol car for seven blocks before pulling his SUV around and taking off at speeds of up to 70 mph. Officers say Hughes was traveling faster than 100 mph on the interstate before officers laid out a spike strip to flatten his tires. When asked why he started the chase, Hughes said, "I just always wanted to do that," according to the police report. From sfgate.com: Marin w oman gets back necklace lost down toilet months earlier A San Rafael womans treasured gold necklace survived an incredible journey when it was accidentally flushed down the toilet in October. S anitation department workers found it last week and have returned it to the woman. Ann Aulakh had worn the Italian gold B yzantine chain every day basically all the time except when getting Xr ays, she said since her husband Jeet gave it to her during their first Christmas together in 1993. But one sleepless night in October it fell off her neck, into the toilet, and was flushed down the drain. She thought shed never see it again. But her friend and neighbor Lynn Kemmeter called the San Rafael sanitation district and r eported the necklace missing in the sewer pipes. K emmeter, whose civicminded attitude inspires friends to call her Citizen L ynn, hoped that the necklace might somehow be recovered. And she was ri ght: The department found the necklace and told K emmeter, who had hoped to wrap it up and deliver it to Aulakh. But sanitationW eirdF rom page A1 See WEIRD, A3

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B ut they surprised their friends, families and their priest by announcing their plan to marry. J ust in time for Valentines Da y, the couple wed on Feb. 4 at Our Lady of Lourdes C atholic Church in Melbourne. The bride is from Melbourne. The groom is from P alm Bay. The bride said she did not w ear a long-trained dress because her husband-to-be hadnt seen her in such a stylish dress that showed off her legs. S he has great legs, Mr. Larkin said. The couple is demonstrating that love isnt a matter of how old you are, but how you are old. B oth of them were set in their ways. She was twice widowed, and Mr. Larkins first two wives died. Then Cupids arrow struck. A housekeeper who maintained both of their homes thought they should meet and introduced them. A few lunch dates followed. B ut it wasnt until Ms. Larkin suffered a back injury last Labor Day and was briefly bedridden that she discovered Mr. Larkins true colors. He came by and made her coffee, fixed her breakfast, and showed he cared about her well-being. That told Ms. Larkin a lot. P lus, he had other good qualities. H e s the first husband Ive had with hair, she said, running her fingers through Mr. Larkins silvery locks. The couple are goodnatured and playful, joking easily with each other. They are very much in the honeymoon stage, holding hands and gazing lovingly at each other. F or Mr. Larkin, popping the question wasnt easy. It doesn t get easier on the third attempt. I just anticipate that she might have wanted some companionship and we could travel together, Mr. Larkin said. Then it developed into something more. The couple has known each other for two years. I thought you were already married, a coffee shop waitr ess told them when they announced their engagement. The couple likes to play euchre at the Palm Bay Community Center and avoids the M elbourne Senior Center because they like to play bridge, Ms. Larkin said, r olling her eyes. B oth enjoy travel, but delayed their honeymoon because of a bureaucratic hassle. M y passport is no good r ight now because I cant get my name changed, she said. W e went to get my license changed, but you cant do that until you get your Social S ecurity card changed. And that takes 10 to 20 days. R eflecting on their sunsety ears encounter, Ms. Larkin said: I wasnt looking for anything at my age. I already had two good marriages. B ut you never know whats in store. He was home alone, and I was home alone. We immediately seemed to get along well together. I could not live with someone who I had to argue with all the time. H e s very thoughtful and very sweet. Mr. Larkin said you have to find common ground with a new spouse. Luckily, both of them love to watch re-runs of G olden Girls. M ainly, they know that life goes on after losing a spouse. The grade school I went to in New York is gone. The church he was baptized in is no longer there. You cant go home again, Ms. Larkin said. Mr. Larkin said: Its like you r emember your childhood fondly. Now you remember y our wives. They are still working out the kinks of their shared lives. S he dominates the closet space, Mr. Larkin said. Ms. Larkin recalls that in lonelier times, if she learned of a young person dying, she would wonder, Why didnt y ou take me instead? A happy marriage can change ones perspective. N ow I say Dont you take me now, Ms. Larkin said. Richard and Betty LarkinRichard and Betty Larkin are newlyweds as seniorsworker Bill LeNoue beat her to it and knocked on A ulakhs door early Feb. 1 H e held it up, and I was in shock, Aulakh said. I mean, the kindness was incredible. The necklace is a bit worse for the wear after the months it spent away. The clasp is broken, and even though Aulakh soaked it in hydrogen peroxide, shes still planning to get it professionally cleaned. Fr om abclocal.go.com: O klahoma state worker in trouble over off-color email An Oklahoma state worker is facing disciplinary action after an official email that contained an offcolor term for breasts was sent to hundreds of people. The e-mail was sent as the W eirdF rom page A2 See WEIRD, A4By Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.com

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O klahoma Insurance D epartment searched for people to honor at a tornado preparedness meeting. Department spokesman Glenn Craven said an e-mail with "offensive and unacceptable language" was traced to a staff member staff who was deeply apologetic. The agency did not identify the staffer. Craven said neither I nsurance Commissioner J ohn Doak nor any supervisor was aware of the e-mail before it was sent. The text r ead: "Governor's Award: The most prestigious honor, given to an individual or organization that has made an outstanding contribution to the cause of tornado preparedness, response, r ecovery, mitigation or r esearch at the state, r egional or national level. I nsurance Commissioner's A ward: Presented to the girl with the biggest ****." department. Ive got police cars that sit in front of my home. I dont know if theyre intimidating me or what theyre doing. Recently, they seem to have a great attention on Ashley Manor. Thats not going to work, said Mr. H azlett, who has claimed police harassment because of his efforts to cut the police departments budget, and because he reported the theft of drugs by former police commander Charles Schrum. Mr. Hazlett, who is fighting a traffic citation issued to him by the West Melbourne P olice Department, said he was even followed to traffic court by a former councilman who is a political rival. G et a life, Mr. Hazlett said. Chief Lock said councilman Hazletts claims of increased patrols on his street are greatly exaggerated. There is absolutely no more coverage there today than there was three years ago, Chief Lock said, That is absolutely not the case, and I take great exception to that. I t s easy to make statements. Maybe in his mind he believes it. I cant get into that mind, and thats a good thing, Chief Lock said. Chief Lock said police officers use a specific gate code for entry into Ashley Manor, and the community log would show no unusual increase of police patrols. Chief Lock said the court system does not uphold traffic citations issued in gated communities unless the community agrees to a police presence and Ashley C ourt allows for traffic monitoring, another reason why police cars traffic through there. S ome people dont believe that we landed on the moon, Chief Lock said. Theres a lot of perception, and its subjective. City attorney James P. Wilson said police have access to any community gated or otherwise. I dont know of any unique relationship, other than the fact its got a gate on it, Mr. Wilson said. P olitical rivals have also challenged Mr. Hazletts legal residency in West Melbourne because he owns homes and vehicles in four states. How ever, Mr. Wilson said Mr. Hazlett is a legal resident of West Melbourne. U nder Florida law, if you have a homestead exemption, youve declared your domicile to be there, Mr. W ilson said. It is my understanding that Mr. Hazlett has a homestead exemption in W est Melbourne. H e is registered to vote in W est Melbourne. The fact that he spends time in other places does not change that, Mr. Wilson said. Mr. Wilson said the councilmans adversaries would have to go to court to prove otherwise. Mo re people means more money for the local economy. Thats why the city of W est Melbourne is proud that for the second year in a row, it has lead Br evard County in the number of new housing permits issued. Another good year for new housing starts in 2011 speaks well of the ever-increasing confidence new homebuyers have in West Melbourne, Ma y or Hal Rose said. O ur community is a great place to live, whether you are raising a family with children attending local schools, or if you are retired and looking for a safe place to live near outstanding shopping and medical services, Mayor Rose said. In 2011, West Melbourne issued more new r esidential construction permits than any city in Br evard County, including the larger cities of M elbourne and Palm Bay. The construction of new homes drives a local economy by increases a citys tax base, while bringing in new residents to support local businesses and schools. W est Melbourne, a city of about 18,000 residents, issued 181 construction permits for new housing units, the same number it issued in 2010. The 181 permits r epresent the most the city has issued since 2005. The permits were issued for mostly singlefamily homes, except for six permits issued for multi-family units in 2011. In 2011, the dollar value of West Melbournes new housing units greatly surpassed that of all cities in Brevard County. The investment in new housing is very much appreciated, as new housing construction has a positive impact on the health of many local businesses, such as furniture sales, city manager Scott Morgan said. The city is delighted to we lcome new citizens to our community, Mr. Mo r gan added. In Pa lm Bay, the City C ouncil voted to lower impact fees for new housing construction, pointing out that West M elbourne is attracting F riday, February 17, 2012 A4 Melbourne Hometown News 681394 014622 Susan Hawkins(321) 242-1013Y our Melbourne Hometown News Advertising ConsultantF OR A HIGH -QUALITY, LOW COST,E FFECTIVE AD PLEASE CALL:She can take care of all your advertising needs! 014603Are You Losing More Than Money On Your Rental Property?(321) 607-3700 www.AllCountyPreferred.com1802 S.Fiske Blvd.,Suite #108 Rockledge,FL 32955Email:Contact@AllCountyPreferred.com We Handle All Marketing T enant Screening Lease Negotiation Maintenance Requests 24/7 Rent CollectionWe take the hassle out of property management so that you can enjoy being an owner,not a landlord. R esidential Units/Multi-Family Preferred Property Management 011774Expires 2/24/12 012032 012032 014413What Does the Center for Spiritual Living Space Coast Have to Of fer? 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Karma is currently in the Paws & Stripes Program at the Brevard County Jail Complex, and is available for adoption. Ad sponsored by: W est Melbourne leads in housing startsHazlettF rom page A1sponse.org. Pr oject Response receives its free testing kits through the Department of Healths Bu r eau of HIV/AIDS. In addition to help from other grants and organizations, Pr oject Responses education program is funded through United Way of Brevard. The organization began in 1990, when several Melbourne families came together to support individuals coping with HIV and AIDS. Today, Project R esponse serves more than 1,500 clients in Florida, offering HIV information, preventative measures, financial assistance and links to medical care. F or more information on Project Response,call (321) 724-1177,or visit www.projectresponse.org.HIVF rom page A1City leads Brevard County in new residential constructionBy Dan Garciadgarcia@hometownnewsol.comSee HOUSING, A5 WeirdF rom page A3

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 17, 2012 Melbourne A5 684084 Police report Cocoa Beach Police Department Christopher Bennett McC allister, 41, of 602 H ibiscus Trail, Melbourne, was charged Feb. 7 with burglary of a structure using a motor vehicle, criminal mischief-property damage and hit-and-run leaving the scene of a crash.Melbourne Police Department Garrett W. Schull, 29, of 907 Nelson Drive, Melbourne, was charged Feb. 3 with unarmed home invasion robbery and felony on-site violation of probation. Daniel J. Whitson, 38, of 2995 Limpet Court, Melbourne, was charged Feb. 3 with felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Victornio Castillo, 44, of 2514 Allan Adale Road, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 4 with felony child abuse. Imer Adin Alvarez H errera, 36, of 2600 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne, was charged Feb. 4 with aggrav ated assault with a deadly w eapon and throwing a missile into a dwelling/vehicle. Daniel T. Stange, 35, address unknown, was charged Feb. 4 with armed burglary of a dwelling/structure/conveyance, trespassing and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Tammy Esquivel, 34, of 790 Van Buren St., Melbourne, was charged Feb. 5 on an out-of-county warrant and with fraudgiving false identification to a law enforcement officer. Eric Montano, 39, of 836 Cronin Ave., Melbourne, was charged Feb. 5 with r efusing to submit to a balance test and felony driving under the influence. Thomas Paul Cook, 42, of 440 Audubon Drive, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 6 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied conveyance, resisting arrest without violence and felony on-site violation of probation. Edward T. Flynn, 63, of 1135 N. Wickham Road, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 6 with three counts of possession of a w eapon/ammo by a convicted felon. James Keith Scarborough, 50, of 1428 Eva Lane, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 6 with aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon. Thomas Barry Gibson, 42, of 3116 Granada Bay Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged Feb. 7 with aggrav ated assault with a deadly w eapon and as a habitual traffic offender driving on a suspended license. Adam D. Murray, 26, of 104 Orchid Blvd., Melbourne, was charged Feb. 7 with felony battery and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Robert Baron Ritchey, 43, of 339 Patrick Circle, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 7 with petit larceny. Richard Daniel Rotgers, 21, of 2710 Nancy St., M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 9 with aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon, armed burglary of a dwelling.structure/conveyance, and felony contempt of court.P alm Bay Police Department Efriam Santiago, 36, of 825 E. University Blvd., M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 3 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied structure and grand theft. Harry Ramon Santiago, 35, of 825 E. University Blv d., Melbourne, was charged Feb. 3 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied structure and grand theft. Keith Andrew Donovan, 40, of 2309 Allan Adale R oad, Melbourne, was charged Feb. 5 with felony battery on an officer/firefighter/EMT. Melinda Denise McKinney, 28, of 2261 Hampton Greens Blvd., Melbourne, was charged Feb. 9 with two counts of dealing in stolen property and two counts of petit larceny. Ann Chambers Parsons, 28, of 1434 Lillian Lane, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 9 with dealing in stolen property. Edward Andrew Smith, 38, of 4850 Walker Ave., M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 9 with dealing in stolen property and larceny. W est Melbourne P olice Department Stephen D. Garner, 25, of 820 Juanita Circle, Melbourne, was charged Feb. 7 with leaving the scene of an accident without rendering aid and as a habitual traffic offender driving on a suspended license.Brevard County Sheriffs Office Joni Ann Arispe, 28, of 1850 Bridgewater Drive, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 3 with trafficking a controlled substance and selling marijuana. Santo J. Ciccone, 62, of 3605 American Drive, West M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 3 with grand theft. Daniel L. Darnell, 29, of 700 E. Fee Ave., Melbourne, was charged Feb. 3 with passing forged/altered identification to a secondhand property dealer and felony violation of probation. Fleming Harper, 39, address unknown, was charged Feb. 3 with selling cocaine, possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. James Allen Harris, 23, of 3477 Cabbage Palm Blvd., M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 3 with dealing in stolen property, giving false o wnership information to pawn items, two counts of larceny and two counts of unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling. Colin Akeem Kirkby, 22, address unknown, was charged Feb. 3 with selling cocaine. Henry A. Perez, 37, of 1850 Bridgewater Drive, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 3 with two counts of possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana and two counts of selling marijuana. Carmen A. Phillips, 22, of 3373 Rivercrest Drive, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 3 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Stephanie L. Allen, 36, address unknown, was charged Feb. 4 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Donald P. Essig, 45, of 5350 Florida Ave., West M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 5 with fraud-giving a false statement to obtain unemployment. Floyd Graham, 71, address unknown, was charged Feb. 5 as an out-ofstate fugitive. Jonathan Lucas Wolfe, 32, address unknown, was charged Feb. 5 with resisting arrest without violence, touching/striking, unarmed r obbery by sudden snatching, larceny and felony onsite violation of probation. Dale Floyd Broadwell, 52, address unknown, was charged Feb. 6 with possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Douglas Ray Johnson, 54, of 2760 Allen Hill Ave., M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 6 with aggravated battery causing bodily harm. Ryshide S. Kellam, 28, of 325 E. University Blvd., M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 6 with selling cocaine, possession of cocaine with intent to sell and two counts of possession of cocaine. Amy Marie Edens, 42, of 809 Hawthorne Drive, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 7 on an out-of-county warrant. Timaule Latieth Hayes, 35, address unknown, was charged Feb. 7 with smuggling contraband into a detention center andCRIMELINE: (800) 423-TIPSEditors note: This is a list of arrests,not convictions, and all arrestees are presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty in a court of law. homebuilders because it adjusted its impact fees. A homebuilders committee told the Pa lm Bay City Council that West Melbourne issued 177 new housing permits last year, compared to 115 in Pa lm Bay. H omebuilders in Pa lm Bay would now pay about $4,300 for transportation fees for a single-family home, compared to $6,000 previously. Park usage fees for a single-family home would be reduced from $985 to $788 for homebuilders. Pa lm Bay city councilwoman Kristine I snardi urged the council to go further to compete with West M elbourne and other municipalities. C onsidering that Br evard County and the city of West Melbourne have completely waived their fees, I would like to see a slightly larger r eduction, Ms. Isnardi said. If we sit at the same level as the city of W est Melbourne, what is the incentive to come to Palm Bay? I f were sitting at a 30-percent reduction, we should consider a 50-percent reduction, Ms. Isnardi said. Officials in West M elbourne said new homebuilding has also attracted more business to the town, with permits being issued to such businesses as Dollar Tree, Verizon Wir eless, Longhorn S teakhouse, McDonalds and Spagos R estaurant. Pr oponents of the lower fees included the H ome Builders and C ontractors Association of Brevard County. HousingF rom page A4 See POLICE, A7

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A6 Melbourne THIS WEEKS LUCKY THIS WEEKS LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLE If This is your license plate go to the nearest HTN Office to verify by noon Tuesday.This weeks 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. 321-242-1013INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 012126 They had the ability to shed their tails and grow new ones. Some could change colors, just like that smirking, bloated creature on TV.L ets try to keep the jobs and construction hereI find it ironic that President Obama is speaking at D isney World when Florida and the rest of the country are needing jobs. D isney World is chosen to send $4 billion worth of ship construction in the last four years over to Germany. They get tax breaks for that, and they get tax breaks when they bring a foreign-built vessel back into the U nited States to operate in United States waters.W onderful people in West MelbourneI want to rave about my pastor from West Melbourne for being so kind to me during my financial stress I am having right now. He calls me, and he has given me food; and he checks and sees if I need anything. He and his wife have both been very kind to me, and I just want them to know that I appreciate it very much. And there should be more people on this earth like these people.Homosexuals and Palm Bays freedom of speechI have to two responses. One is about God does not approve. Homosexuals will not be allowed in heaven. That is absolutely right, unfortunately, unless they r epent and change their ways. There are many, many references to this in the Bible, so y ou can tell that the author does not know Bible doctrine or theology. All they need to do is Google the word homosexuality and they will find lots of references to that. It is an abomination to the Lord. Another thing I would like to comment on is that I am just appalled about the front page article about the deli ow ner facing the firefighters boycott and the Brevard De mocrats joining the boycott of the deli. Oh my gosh, are we not in the United States of America anymore? Did we become this socialist nation, communist nation, where we cant speak? Freedom of speech, isnt that one of my rights? If he wants to speak out against fire fees, Im against it, too. We are taxed enough already. Get that Tea Party going on those Democrats who are doing this and these firefighters. Oh my gosh, I am just so angry right now I could spit. I would like to boycott you if that were possible. I am so grateful I moved out of Palm Bay that I would never have to use the firefighters and pay this fee. Y ou Democrats, wake up. Do you want to give up your r ight to have an opinion in this world?Men are helplessIf it were not for the women, the world would fall apart. I just have a comment for I just love trees, but they are very different, like men and women. And the word is, Amen. I am 67 years old, and Im never ceased to be amazed about how helpless men are in most situations, except in their jobs. A man will absolutely work a woman to death. If a woman didnt go behind them tying up all the loose ends, the world would fall apart. Ive been married twice, and it is the case with both men. I tell you that the electric bill, water bill, insurance payments, etc., its all left up to the woman to tie up all the loose ends and take care of business while the man Whats right with America and American kids?Over the Christmas season, the households on our street in Palm Bay was visited by a group of about six mid-teenage kids. They delivered bags of cookies with a warm poem about Christmas and the Christmas season. This was accompanied by wide, bright smiles and a pleasant Merry Christmas. They asked for nothing in r eturn. I have heard an unending barrage of whats wrong with American kids and America in general. M aybe, just maybe, if we stopped for a moment and paid attention to all the things that we take for granted, we just might see a lot more of whats right about America and American kids.Dragging Newt through the mudIf it werent so serious, it would be comical to see the De mocrats doing everything possible to discredit Newt G ingrich. They are stooping as low as they can, trying to find any piece of dirt, digging into his former marriage; anything to make him look bad and never presenting real proof of these accusations The problem for the Democrats is that they are deathly afraid of Mr. Gingrich. They know that with his knowledge and presence, he is the only one who can debate (President) Obama and beat him. Hell debate (President) Obama with his prompters or without them. Fur ther, whatever happened in Mr. Gingrichs past is his business and no one elses. He has not committed a crime. De mocrats, act like men, not rats. Stop trying to create smut against Mr. Gingrich. He isnt got it.Brazilian pepper treeI noticed a photo on the front page of the Melbourne H ometown News that showed someone making a flower arrangement using Brazilian pepper tree branches. P lease note that the Brazilian pepper tree is in the same family as poison ivy and has a similar effect of people sensitive to poison ivy. P eople may be unaware of the fact that the Brazilian pepper tree is a poisonous plant and is also classified as an invasive plant in Florida. P lease visit http://plants.ifas.ufl.edu/node/405 for more information.Newt is a lizardI have an upset stomach. I think it is due to being forced to hear about the politicians, especially Newt. He was well-named. Do you know what a newt is? It is a little lizard. We used to catch them with a piece of screen or lace curtain in the ripples of small streams. 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, FEBRUARY 17, 2012 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM Rhythm In MotionKiersten Robinson, 6, falls into the arms of Kaitlyn Grey, 7, during their dance routine entitled Fly Away With Us at the David R. Schechter Community Center Jan. 29. The two Melbourne dancers are members of The Rhythm In Motion competition team, which held its annual showcase to r aise money to help defray competition fees for the dancers.Andy Stefanek/staff photographerWe recently learned that Floridas unemployment r ate decreased in December to 9.9 percent, down for the fourth straight month. Thats a 2.1 percent drop in points in a year. For the first time in two-and-a-half years, F loridas unemployment number is in single digits. These numbers provide clear evidence that Floridas economy is moving in the r ight direction. But most importantly, these numbers mean that Floridians who didnt have jobs one year ago are now able to find jobs. I am committed to working to make Florida the best place to start, grow or move a business so that every F loridian who wants a job has the opportunity to get to work. As one of the nations leaders in job creation, F lorida totaled 141,500 private-sector jobs last year. Thats nearly 12,800 new jobs every month. In D ecember alone, F lorida added more than 5,000 private-sector jobs at a r ate of more than 12 jobs for every job that was lost as local, state and federal governments trimmed their workforce in order to live within their means. F loridas lower unemployment rate is proof that businesses, not governments, create jobs, and it is F loridians who deserve the credit. W ith the help of the legislature, I am committed to making changes that continue moving Florida in the right direction. I am focused on streamlining government, removing barriers to job creation, eliminating burdensome r egulations and keeping the cost of living as low for families and businesses. There is still much work to be done. We must build on our success and ensure the short-term and long-term success of Floridas businesses. Our achievements must serve as a platform for attracting new businesses to F lorida from around the world. I have no doubt that F lorida can be the No. 1 destination for global business. To achieve that goal, we must have the best educated workforce with the skills necessary to compete in our 21st century global economy. A good education is essential to getting a good job, so I have proposed adding $1 billion for K-12 education. This is the third largest amount of state funding for K-12 in the past decade. To ensure we do not let the children of our state down, I will not sign any budget into law that does not contain significantly more state dollars for education than we had last y ear. The Florida House of R epresentatives shares my vision and has allocated more than $1 billion for education. I am grateful for their support for the young people of our state. Another step that will make Florida a better place for business is to make sure we focus on the transportation projects that are best for F lorida. Pr eparing Floridas ports for increased trade from the expanded Panama Canal and freetrade agreements will ensure Florida is a global trading hub and attract businesses to our state from across the world. F lorida is already the top tourist destination, and we are well on our way to being the leading place for business. We are making great progress in the Su nshine State, and I look forward to working closely with the legislature to identify ways to ensure that every Floridian that wants a job, can get one. I remain focused on three things: making sure F loridas children can r eceive a good education, making sure that Floridians can find a job and keeping the cost of living low in our state. P lease share your ideas with me by emailing Rick.Scott@eog.myflorida.co m. Working together, we can get Florida back to work! Rick Scott is governor of F lorida.See R ANTS, A7Floridians are getting back to work 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.comMELBOURNEV oted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 17, 2012 Melbourne A7 014853 Hometown Newsbrevnews@hometownnewsol.com 012132Senior volleyball player Jackie Swalchik doesnt spend her Saturday mornings sleeping in or keeping up her F acebook friends. She spends it at the gym with her trainer Eric Murray. F or one of her recent w orkouts, Murray w eighed her down with a 20-pound belt, and had Jackie practice her vertical skills by jumping to reach a 10-foot high bar. The hard work is paying off. Swalchik recently received a college scholarship to play volleyball at the University of Florida, one of the top programs in the country. Thats no easy feat: according to the American College Connection, almost 400,000 girls in the U.S. play high school volleyball. Less than 3 percent of them will receive a college Division I or Division II scholarship. In addition to her vigorous training and support of her coaches and trainer, Swalchik credits the academic rigors at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy, where she matriculated in the 6th g rade. Keeping up with the academic requirements taught me discipline and organization, and that definitely helped my athletic performance, says Swalchik. Athletic skills have paid off for six other seniors at Holy Trinity: Jos Chalmers for cycling at Marian University, Marcus Maye for football at the University of Florida, Anthony Storm for football at Florida T ech, Daniel Moore for cross country at Duke, Alex Black for swimming at Marshall University and Sophia Peterson for v olleyball at Xavier University. Alison Bell, director of college counseling, anticipates that about 17 percent of the class will go on to play their sport in college. The reason these students are so highly desirable as that they are well rounded students, says Bell, the perfect combination of g rades, character and leadership.Hard Work Pays Off W ith Athletic Scholarships goes to the gym, sits in front of the TV, decides to go out and trim trees once in a blue moon, and thats their life. There it is.He pays only 14 percent federal income taxI guess you all saw the R epublican debates and heard about Mitt Romneys income tax. He is a very rich guy only paying 14 percent federal income tax, while the rest of us are paying about 1/4 of our pay. M ine is close to 25 percent. Im poor, like a r egular person. How could a really mega-rich guy wind up paying only 14 percent tax? Im ticked off.Address was amazing and inspirationalO ur presidents address was both amazing and inspirational, and for people who have a brain in their head are going to look at these guys are going to look at these guys running for candidates against him are going to think, No way! One thing for sure, our president has no qualms to vote for what the people need and want. He doesnt go for the special interests groups. He cant be bought, and he also has the class not to lower himself to make the negative remarks about everyone else. I have always been told that somebody who tries to knock somebody else down to make themselves look good is a small person to begin with. R espect and honor our president. Hes done a good job with what he inherited, and I hope that all of you can see through all the phony.Why not casinos? Think about itLately, the news has embellished on effects of allowing casinos coming to Central Florida (Orange C ounty area) because of the crime it will bring in and spoil the family friendly theme parks and entertainment the area has to offer to families. In essence, casinos will make it a dangerous atmosphere for visitors to our area. Casinos will cause the mobs, mafias, crime families, whatever y ou want to call them. The Las Vegas, News J ersey crime bosses will take over. The end reason for the opposition is, it will take re venue from the theme parks. H ello, wake up and smell the flowers (or blood). Read the papers and see what is going on. Cr ime? Lets see, first we have murders galore, theft especially in the theme park areas, housing millions of tourists. Anyone can simply walk down the street, in daylight, and get mugged, shot, carjacked by our r esidents (criminals), only to name a few. What about the theme park ticket vendors who r ape, pillage and plunder the unsuspecting tourist, especially foreign tourists? They think This is America, it has to be the r ainbows end. Now lets get to our real cr ime that targets the taxpayers. The politicians and government-controlled agencies. Lets see, a county commissioner was indicted and found guilty of corruption. A crime. Na w. N ot our county commissioner. What about our governor, Ricky boy. Wasnt he charged with 10 years of Me dicare fraud but still got elected? Thats OK, he didnt go to jail. I wasnt aware Please. We have a former detective stopped for DUI, blamed it on his date. Of course, that was hushed up. Let some plain Joe America criminal do one of these crimes and voila, jail time and throw the key away. I could go on and on: DCF, school thefts. How much of tax payers money is lost in the disappearance of school property, up to and including a tractor? Cas inos would be a S unday school. If someone has a gambling problem, addiction to it, let him or her go to rehab like the druggies and alcoholics to get the cure. Why take away the pleasures of casinos from the one who only wants to enjoy the shows, controlled gambling, food etc? It would bring in tons of money and jobs into the economy whatever the lotto left out of our education because the casino will replace it, not to mention tons of jobs that may defer the desperate person from r obbing/stealing or killing for money to survive and feed his or her family. And best of all, the casinos have to donate a very small contribution to the religious sector. The B ible thumpers will not protest casinos. We may even have a F lorida reality show. They can call it Casino Wives. E ditors note:Gov.Rick Scott was never charged, but two executives from Columbia/HCA,the healthcare company Mr. Scott founded and headed up as CEO),were convicted of criminal charges in the largest Medicare fraud case in this country.Mr. Scott resigned.ClarificationThe story Brevard barrier island residents play the name game, published in the last two w eeks editions of H ometown News, quoted opposing views from two people who made presentations at a recent C ocoa Beach City Council meeting. In the story, Samuel Lopez, chairman of the F lorida Puerto Rican /Hispanic Chamber of C ommerce, who favors naming the island after S panish explorer Ponce de Leon, was quoted as saying the presentation by C ocoa Beach resident and artist Rick Piper, who would like to see the island named for the areas early inhabitants, the Ais Indians, was not backed up by references or footnotes. Mr. Piper has furnished H ometown Ne ws with a list of r eferences supporting his presentation. The information can be found at http://www.piperart.com/ ais%20and%20ponce%20 de%20leon.html.RantsF rom page A6 possession of cocaine. Ian Thomas Russell, 23, of 1396 Holland St., M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 7 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and on an out-of-county warrant. Steve Dennis Aikens, 25, address unknown, was charged Feb. 9 with re sisting arrest without violence and felony battery on an officer/firefighter/EMT. Jeremy Michael Dagly, 21, of 5281 Frederick Ave., W est Melbourne, was charged Feb. 9 with selling marijuana, possession of drugs with intent to sell and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana.P oliceF rom page A5

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F or beachgoers at Canova B each Park, the dog days will soon begin. On Feb. 25, dogs will be permitted on a portion of the Indian Harbour Beach coastline that spans the area between Eau Gallie Bouleva rd and the Radisson Suite H otel Oceanfront. Brevard C ounty commissioners voted 4 to 1 in favor of the canines after Sandy Paws, a group dedicated to establishing and maintaining a dog-friendly beach in Breva r d, retrieved more than 4,000 signatures backing the case. Though the beach has been implemented as a oney ear pilot program, some are wary of its implications. B ut Brevard County Parks and Recreation director Jack M asson said efforts made by county staff, visitors of the dog park and volunteers will ensure a safe and properly maintained park. The critical key to the success of this venture is having a very strong volunteer base of dedicated individuals, Mr. Masson said. In order to be permitted on the beach, dogs must r emain on a leash and wear tags displaying current licenses and vaccinations. Owners must pick up after their pets, and waste bags and receptacles will be available at the park, Mr. Ma sson said. B arbara Arnold, the founder of Sandy Paws Breva r d, said she encourages every pet owner to clean up after his or her dogs, keep within the marked boundaries of the designated area and follow the rules the county has implemented to keep the beach successful. W e are hopeful that the pilot program will give us an opportunity to encourage re sponsible dog ownership and fun, she said. We have many volunteers who are r eady to refill bag stations and participate in regular beach clean-ups, in addition to having fun at the beach. T ammy Macdonald, a M alabar resident and proud parent of three great danes, Thor, Sinbad and Yahto, and a Labrador-retriever mix named Shiloh, said she is eager for the beach to open. When we found out there was a petition in Brevard for a dog access beach, we jumped right on and even helped get more signatures, which wasnt difficult, she said. So many of our friends and family, and even out of town friends, were just as eager as we are to be able to take our dogs to a local beach. Ms. Macdonald currently takes her dogs to the dog park at Palm Bay Regional Pa r k, which is close to where she resides. Once the dog beach opens, Ms. Macdonald and her husband hope to bring the pups on the sand four times a week, she said, despite the lengthy drive. We know this is a pilot project for only a year, but we are hoping to tell everyone we can about our beach and to help make sure that the rules are obeyed so that we can show the county commissioners that this is something we need and want in our community, she said. F riday, February 17, 2012 A8 Melbourne Hometown News 014618 BESTPRICESOFTHEYEAR! BESTPRICESOFTHEYEAR!LIMITEDTIMEOFFER! LIMITEDTIMEOFFER!Soothing 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 FLOOR MODEL SALE! CIGARETTEDEPOT2595 W. NEW HAVEN(ACROSSFROMOLIVEGARDEN)WESTMELBOURNE, FL32904 014601 761768 321-242-1013012128 Community Corkboard is provided as a public service byand is available to any not-for-profit corporation requesting items of need from our community.Requests will run in Community Corkboardon an As Availablebasis.Call Sylvia to request the available space. Literacy Alliance of Brevard V olunteers needed throughout Brevard County to tutors adults. Also need volunteers to assist with inventory,fundraising and public speaking.For info, contact at 321-267-0099, brevardliteracy@bellsouth.net or www.brevardliteracy.org W omens Center V olunteer Needed for V olunteer Coordinating Pr ev ious volunteer experience preferred. 8 10 hours per week. 242-3110,Ext 331 The Central Brevard Sharing Center Volunteers are needed for several positions. For Info Call: (321) 631-0306 or e-mail dbrubaker@ sharingcenter.org www.sharingcenter.org SHINE Serving Health Insurance Needs for Elders Volunteers needed to counsel seniors on their health insurance.Call 752-8080 for more info. Crosswind Y outh Services V olunteer Opportunities! Tutoring,mentoring, arts/crafts instructor, S pecial projects,admin., & clerical and Safe Place. Call 452-0800 Senior TranServe Seeking volunteers,using their personal vehicles,to transport homebound seniors to appointments, grocery shopping,etc. Call 321-639-4868 Ext 282for more information Lions Club of Satellite Beach "We Serve" Seeking New Members For More Information Contact: Joe Hauser at 321-452-0376 Become a Red Cross Youth VolunteerAmerican Red CrossCall 890-1002 for info South Brevard Sharing Center Please extend your blessings by donating your gently used furniture to bless others. Call (321) 727-8581 Council of Brevard Meals on Wheels Volunteer drivers needed throughout Brevard County.Deliver Meals, Smiles,& Encouragement to homebound seniors. Call (321) 639-8770 Central Brevard Humane SocietyItems Needed: Trash Cans/Wheels,Paper Towels & Kuranda Beds (Medium &Large).For info,contact (321) 636-3343 or www.crittersavers.com. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Florida Volunteers Needed Jennifer K.Ride @ (407) 478-2996 Jennifer@BBBSCFL.org Catholic Charities of Central Florida Volunteers and donations needed in our Cocoa Thrift Store. Contact Linda at 321-338-2986 or Karen at 321-636-6144 www.cflcc.org Photo courtesy of Tammy MacdonaldWill Macdonald, a Palm Bay resident, plays on the beach with Shiloh, Thor and Sinbad at a dog beach in Fort Pierce. He and his wife, Tammy, spent their honeymoon vacationing at the beach with their pups, who they call their kids.Brevard opens beach to four-legged friendsDog beach at Canova Beach P ark set to open Feb.25By Meagan McGonemmcgone@hometownnewsol.com SCOOP!Call UsToday!

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AN NOUNCEMENTS C IA Developers expands capabilities and introduces CIA Construction ServicesM elbourne-based Industrial Development and property management firm CIA Developers have added construction services to its in-house capabilities with the creation of CIA Construction Services, LLC. W ith in-house leasing, property management, maintenance, air conditioning, and now construction, CIA Developers is positioned to even better serve its clients. CIA is able to offer services directly to its customers without the delay that often accompanies the utilization of third-party companies. CIA Construction Services will build upon the successful values of 30 years of business in Brevard County under the parent companys principles Buz Anderson, Br uce Ingram and Gary C unningham II. CIA partnered with Tony Owen to form CIA Construction Services. Mr. Owen is a Florida-licensed certified general contractor and professional engineer. As licensed and insured certified general contractors, CIA Construction Se rv ices is focused on delivering building and construction projects with quality and integrity. F or more information, please call (321) 723-3400, Ext.211,email tony@ciadevelopers.com or visit www.cia-construction.com.Gov. Rick Scott reappoints Nancy Grzesik to Brevard coalition Gov. Rick Scott has announced the reappointment of Nancy T. Grzesik to the Early Learning Coalition of Brevard County. Ms. Grzesik, 63, of Melbourne, is the associate director of finance and operations at the Brevard Zoo. S he is re-appointed for a term ending in 2015.Edge Information Management promotes from withinE dge Information Management, a provider of employment and drug screening services, has announced that it has promoted Norm Gagnon to vice president of compliance & operations, previously the director of compliance, and Marc Giguere from acting director of IT to director of IT. Mr. Gagnon joined Edge I nformation Management in 2002 and has been serving as the director of compliance until recently when he was promoted to the vice president of compliance & operations. He will continue transitioning day-to-day duties to R yan Fadden, compliance administrator, which includes communicating pertinent regulatory changes to Edges staff and clients. Ma rc G iguere, who has been working with Edges IT department since 2003, was also recently promoted to the director of IT. He brings his expert knowledge of technology, software development and project management to E dges IT department ensuring smooth, future growth of Edges proprietary internet software, WebScreenSM and the many client-driven integrations slated for 2012. Mr. Giguere will provide ov ersight and direction for E dges internal IT staff as w ell as any local contract services used for special projects. F or more information,call (800) 725-3343,Ext.603 or visit www.edgeinformation.com.Chamber awards SER VPRO of South Brevard Better Business of the MonthThe Melbourne Regional Chamber and its Better B usiness Council recognized SERVPRO of South Br evard as the February r ecipient of its Better B usiness of the Month A ward. The firm was awarded this r ecognition recently at the Chambers monthly Business Breakfast of Champions event at the Suntree C ountry Club. The award, sponsored monthly by Chamber Tr ustee Member Courtyard by M arriott/Residence Inn M arriott, was presented to Claudia Proffitt, of SERVPRO of South Brevard, by M arriott general manager Jim Ridenour. SERVPRO of South Br evard, owned and operated by John and Kimberly R obertson, specializes in the cleanup and restoration of residential and commercial property after a fire, smoke or water damage. SERVPRO of South Br evard can also mitigate mold and mildew from homes or businesses. Ser ving the area since 1967, their staff is highly trained in property damage r estoration. F or more information,visithttp://servprosouthbrevar d.com/or call (321) 7245400,Ext.222.NASA contractor excels in safetyThe Occupational Safety and Health Administration r ecently presented NASA contractor InoMedic Health A pplications with the V oluntary Protection Pr ogram STAR award. The VPP STAR, OSHAs highest award, is presented only to businesses that pass a rigorous inspection for comprehensive safety and health management systems. A ccepting the award was M ike Runion, InoMedics quality assurance and safety manager at the Kennedy S pace Center. Pr esenting the award was Ke ven Yarbrough, a top OSHA administrator in the F lorida region. Only 75 businesses in Florida have achieved the distinctive STAR status. J oining in the ceremony we re senior members of NASA Kennedy Space C enter and representatives of the International Association of Machinists and Ae ro space Workers. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 17, 2012 Melbourne A9 011807J oseph T.Matini,DDS,P.A.8095 Spyglass Hill Rd.,Suite 103 Melbourne,FLTHE PATIENT & ANY OTHER PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYMENT HAS THE RIGHT TO REFUSE TO PAY, CANCEL PAYMENT OR BE REIMBURSED FOR PAYMENT FOR ANY OTHER SERVICE, EXAM OR TREATMENT WHICH IS PERFORMED AS A RESULT OF WITHIN 72 HOURS OF RESPONDING TO THE AD FOR THE FREE DISCOUNTED FEE OR REDUCED FEE SERVICE.EXAM OR TR EATMENT FEES MAY VARY DUE TO THE COMPLEXITY OF CASE.THE DISCOUNT DOESNT APPLY TO PATIENTS WHOSE DENTAL PLANS FEES ARE MINIMAL.VALID FOR NEW PATIENTS ONLY.JOSEPH MATINI DDS FL LIC DN1 4203 Self Pay Only thru 2/29/12. ADA #D0150, #D0272, #D0274, #D1110, #D1120, #D0250,#D0249, #D9972Joseph T. 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In addition, a contest will crown one male and one female pet as the furry king and queen of the park. E ileen Cole, media r elations manager for the C entral Brevard Humane S ociety, said sponsorships for Mardi Gras Paws in the Pa rk are still available at all levels, ranging in pricing from $100 to $1,000. B usinesses can be a part of the vendor village for $50, and rescue groups may participate at no charge, pending space availability. V endors and rescue groups must supply their own tables, chairs, promotional materials, display racks and setup staff. The event will be held as part of the City of Cocoa Leisure Services 20th Anniversary Cocoa Village Mar di Gras, which kicks off on Saturday, Feb. 25, at 5 p .m. and lasts until midnight. Headlining this years event will be Bill Wharton, the Sauce Boss, who is known for cooking gumbo on stage while performing. A parade complete with scattered beads and multiple jazz and blues performances will also be featured as part of the celebration. F or the Saturday event, tickets are $8 in advance and $12 at the gate for adults and $5 in advance and $8 at the gate for children. F or more information about the 6th Annual Mardi Gr as Paws in the Park, contact the Central Brevard H umane Society at (321) 636-3343 or visit www.crittersavers.com. F or more information about the Cocoa Village Mar di Gras,call (321) 6393500 or email ssenger@cocoafl.org.Even pets will join in on celebrations in Cocoa VillageBy Meagan McGonemmcgone@hometownnewsol.com L eann Dennis, 12, of Satellite Beach gets upclose and personal with a bird at the Brevard Zoo. The Zoo is in the final stages of completing its new Harris Corporation Animal Care Center, which broke ground in 2010. Staff photo by Tammy RobertsBrevard Zoo unveils state-ofthe-art animal centerH ome to nearly 600 animals, including 170 different species, Brevard Z oo is not only responsible for providing the public with knowledge about these various creatures, but also the overall health and well-being of each animal in its care. This responsibility will soon be even more manageable with the addition of the new Harris Corporation Animal Care Center. The on-site facility, which broke ground in 2010 at the V iera-based property, is actually the culmination of several years of planning and preparation. S hortly after the xoo opened in 1994, funding for new projects was limited, which put the addition of a multifunctional animal hospital on the back burner, said K eith Winsten, executive director of Brevard Zoo. B ut as time passed and the number of animals housed at the zoo grew, so did its need for a fullservice care center to serve them, Mr. Winsten said. As a nonprofit organization, which receives no government funding for operations, zoo administrators turned to the community to help launch their dream. In late 2010, the Harris C orporation Charitable F und of the Community F oundation of Brevard provided a jump-start to the fundraising efforts, with a $500,000 grant to construct the center. Fr om there, additional community donations and an animal hospital pledge campaign provided additional funds for the $1.6 million project. F inishing touches are still being added to the 10,000square-foot care center, which features state-ofthe-art equipment, X-ray, treatment and intensive care rooms, and a research lab and pharmacy, with adjacent scrub facilities and offices. The center, built by MH Williams C onstruction Group of M elbourne, is also home to a large commissary and food-prep area that allows staff to prepare, make and store food for the variety of special diets many of the zo o s animals require. Located on the south side of the zoos property, the care center has the means to care for each animal at the zoo, with the exception of giraffes and rhinos, by providing regular checkups all the way to emergency surgeries if necessary. The center itself was also designed as a green facility and is on the path to earning its LEED Green B uilding Certification, with such features as a roof r ainwater system, natural lighting and the ability to control environmental standards for its patients.By T ammy Roberts Senior Staff Writertroberts@hometownnewsol.comSee HOSPITAL, A11 YOUR LOCAL NEWS & INFORMATION SOURCE

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The new digs are a far cry from the organizations previous animal hospital, which, at only 1,000 square feet, didnt allow veterinary staff much space or equipment to provide the utmost care for its animals. B efore any new animal is brought into the zoo, it must undergo a 30-day quarantine to help prevent the spread of disease, Mr. Winsten explained. Therefore, the services of the H arris Corporation Animal Care C enter were designed exclusively for the Brevard Zoos collection. The center will not be open to the public, but zoo administrators are working on a system to provide live video streams of animals being cared for at the center, as well as the commissary preparing meals for the animals. While the care center is still in its final stages, Brevard Zoo hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Feb. 1 to unveil the new center and thank its many donors for their support. W e are very grateful for the commitment to this project shown by Harris Corporation and the community with their assistance in making this happen, Mr. Winsten said. This new center will allow us to continue our high standards of animal care in a more manageable and efficient manner, and continue this mission into the future. To learn more about the Harris Corporation Animal Care Centers commemorative tile program or to make a donation,visit www.brevardzoo.com or call (321) 254-9543. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 17, 2012 Melbourne A11 725-3990251 Florida Ave. Melbourne www.MelbourneTerraceRehab.com014617Inpatient & Outpatient Rehabilitation ServicesMAXIMIZE PHYSICAL WELLNESS PROMOTE INDEPEN DENCE & HEALING ENHANCE PERSONAL DIGNITY 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. 014628 2012 Vernon Place South, Melbourne, FL 32901321.951.9300 toll-free 800.551.9876http://www.cprflorida.com | email:info@cprx.netWilliam Stein, M.D. Subutex, Suboxone, Butroprovided when appropriate. 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F or more information,call (321) 676-1770.BUSINESS CALENDAR FRIDAY, FEB. 17 SCORE Small Business Counseling: 11 a.m. M elbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce, 1005 E. Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2542288. Eighth Annual 4 Under 40 Recognition Gala: 6 p.m. The event is at the Bernard S impkins Auditorium, Br evard Community C ollege, Cocoa Campus. C ost is $49. An appetizer buffet, cash bar and a comedy lab will be featured. F or more information,call (321) 632-8222 or visit www.LEADBrevard.org.SAT URDAY, FEB. 18 An Evening of Coffee and Chocolatefundraiser: 7-10 p.m. This event, hosted by the Brevard Achievement Center and presenting sponsors Southern J anitor and Viera High School Student Government, is at the Space Coast C onvention Center/Holiday I nn-Express, Cocoa. Cost is $30 in advance or $35 at the door. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 17, 2012 Melbourne B1 Players Club Arcade1935 Aurora Rd. Melbourne 255-7781 $5 Match Play ALLDAY EVERYDAYNO Coupon Necessary 012020 CUSTOMERS SAY MORE JACKPOTS MORE OFTEN! CUSTOMERS SAY MORE JACKPOTS MORE OFTEN!$10 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 Drawings every Fri & Sat 8pm & 10pm Smoking Permitted Players Club ArcadeEnjoy Your PleasureAnd Our Hospitality Non-Smoking Arcade All Other ArcadesOutside Smoking Only Live Music on Fridays & Saturdays! Early Bird Specials 4-6 pm Charlie &JakesBar-B-Que Grill2725 Minton Road, W. Melbourne321-345-4441012319 012028 Out & about A congenital defect in his ear prevented pianist J effrey Biegel from speaking or hearing for the first three years of his life. In an interview last y ear, he recalled why he was drawn to music. I remember the vibrations of sound, he said. My fascination with sound was with music from the beginning. Perhaps thats why music was my language of choice. Mr. Biegel had an operation to correct the defect, and at 16, was accepted at Juilliard as a student of the legendary teacher, Adele Marcus. He has performed with orchestras including the B oston Pops, BBC C oncert Orchestra and the Pacific Symphony Orchestra. S ince 1973, Mr. Biegel has made it his goal to commission works by contemporary composers and find funding to enable the works to be written and performed. He has commissioned and premiered works by W illiam Bolcom, Richard D anielpour and Florida native Ellen Taafe Z willich, the only woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for music. On Feb. 24 and 25, he r eturns to Florida to perform with the Space C oast Symphony in a program called American Icons. He will play George Gershwins Rhapsody in Blue. In addition to the Gershwin, the concert includes Aaron Coplands classic Rodeo, Kenneth F uchs Discover the W ild and Morton Goulds American S alute. The latter will be conducted by Hal Gibson, a favorite of Space C oast audiences. F or more than 30 y ears, Mr. Gibson served as a military bandleader, holding positions at the highest levels of the Armys band program. He served as bandleader at the U.S. Military A cademy at West Point and led the highly acclaimed cadet Glee Club. In 1974, he was selected from the bandleaders of all the services to form and conduct the Armed For ces Bicentennial Band and Chorus, the only military band ever comprised of members from all of the uniformed services. F ollowing his retirement from the Army, Mr. G ibson was appointed director of bands and professor of music at the Schwob School of Music of Columbus State U niversity in Columbus, Georgia. He served there for 16 years and developed one of the finest wind ensembles in the southeast. U pon his retirement from teaching, he was named professor emeritus, the only band director in the state so honored. Today, the r ehearsal hall at the River C enter for the Performing Arts at the school bears his name. In 2004, he was inducted into the N ational Hall of Fame for D istinguished Band C onductors. Mr. Gibson and his wife, Marie, live in Indian River Colony Club in V iera and Hal continues to conduct the Symphonic Wind Ensemble of the M elbourne Municipal B and and the Colony S ingers of Indian River C olony Club. Pianist Jeffrey Biegel and conductor Hal G ibson perform with the Sp ace Coast Symphony Orchestra in a program of American Icons, on Fe b. 24 at 7 p.m. at Holy Tr inity Episcopal Academy, 5625 Holy Trinity Dr ive, Melbourne and on Fe b, 25 at 7 p.m. at Tr inity Episcopal Church, 2365 Pine Ave., Vero B each. F or more information, visit the website www.spacecoastsymphony.org or call (321) 5368580.A Taste of GreeceaSt. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church presents the annual Greek festival a Taste of Greecea 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Feb. 171 8, and noon to 8 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 1 9, at the church. Greek food, pastries, church tours, vendors, live Greek music and on-site parking, for $3, will be featured. Cost is $2 for admission. Children younger than 12 are admitted free. F or more information, call (321) 254-1045 or email admin@saintkatherine.org.Benefit at the churchT here will be a benefit concert at St. John the Evangelist Church with Mark T isdel and Manfred and Friends performing at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 17. Mr. Tisdel, an acclaimed tenor from Rochester, Mich., will be teaming up with local recording artist Manfred Dreilich and Friends for a Center For Interfaith Action benefit concert at5655 Stadium Parkway, Viera. T here is no admission, however donations for CIFA are appreciated. Th ere will be a free-will collection during this concert of Broadway, standards and contemporary Christian music. T he center helps combat health and hunger issues around the world. F or more information, email Manfredmusic@cfl.rr.com or call St. John the Evangelist Church at (321) 63 7-9 650. V alkaria Airfest scheduled T he Valkaria AirFest 2012 has been scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 18 at the V alkaria Airport. T his years event will feature performances by Patty Wagstaff, the first woman to win the title of U.S. National Aerobatic champion; Corkey F ornof, whose flying has appeared in dozens of television shows, movies and commercials; stunt pilot Freddy Cabanas, who will take flight with a lucky winner for an adventure ride in his Pitts S2C special; and a twilight air show concluded by the AeroShell T-6 night performance team. Rides will be available in an open cockpit biplane, aerobatic, glider, helicopter, powered parachute, hot air balloon, Cessna and gyrocopter. Also included in this years AirFest is a live musical concert after the twilight air show, surrounded by a hot air balloon glow. T his day and evening at the airport will include displays of aerobatic daredevils and other family entertainment. T he AirFest is presented by the V alkaria Aviation Association, a nonprofit charitable organization. T he cost to attend is $10 per person. F or more information, visit www.valkariaairfest.org.2 012 Accordion Fest in TitusvilleT he Central Florida Accordion Club presents its annual extravaganza, 2 012 Accordion Fest at noon Saturday, F eb. 18, at the Titusville Elks Lodge No. 2 113, 2955 Columbia Blvd., Titusville. Grammy nominee Alex Meixner (accordion and button box), Virgil Baker and the Just-4-Fun Band (from Michigan) and Tony Klepec, King of Jam Madness (accordion and button box) are scheduled to play. A full-size accordion and various other prizes will be given away. F ood and drinks will be available for purchase. Cost is $14. Make checks payable to CFAC, and send orders to Jerald Nielsen, 3025 Canoe Creek Road, St. Cloud, or call (407) 467-4047. F or more information, call Rod Hall at (321) 799-2267.Second Annual Eau Gallie Founders Day Fish FryEau Gallie Arts District Main Street celebrates the historical roots of the T own of Eau Gallie (1887-1969) by hosting its Second Annual Founders Day Fish Fry at 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 1 8, in the Eau Gallie Square (Highland A venue and Eau Gallie Boulevard). Activities will include: Fried fish dinner for $10 (childrens Crickets: I nternal Strife will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fr iday. Crickets is at 1942 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. C all (321) 2429280. Djons Steak and Lobster House: J ohn Ryan will play 7-11 p.m. Monday, T uesday and Wednesday. Djons is at 522 Ocean Ave., M elbourne Beach. For more information,call (321) 722-2737. Doubles Beachside Tiki Bar: M ike and Mikey will play 6:30-10 p.m. Saturday. Doubles is at 1894 S. P atrick Drive, Indian H arbour Beach. F or more information,call (321) 7735341. Grills Riverside: L una P earl will play 7:30-11:30 p .m. Friday. Even Odds will play 7;30 p.m. to midnight S aturday. Delgado will play 2-6 p.m. Sunday. Grills Riverside is at 6075 North U.S. Highway 1, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 242-8999. Hangover Lounge: S panks Band will play at 9 p .m. Friday. The Hangover Lounge is at 671 Washburn R oad, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 6103917. HD Roadhouse Bar and Gr ill: Fa st Forward will play 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Fr iday. Spanks Band will play 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. S aturday. Rich Deems will play 3-7 p.m. Sunday. The HD Roadhouse is at 1811 E. M erritt Island Causeway, M erritt Island. F or more information,call (321) 4491110. Jumps Tiny Tavern: Rich D eems will play 5-9 p.m. Fr iday. Tumbleweedz will play 5-9 p.m. Saturday. J umps is at 201 Taft Ave., C ocoa Beach. F or more information,call (321) 7847893. Lone Cabbage Fish C amp: S teve Cowden with The Last Chance Band will play noon to 5 p.m. Sunday. Lone Cabbage is at 8199 H ighway 520, Cocoa. C all (321) 632-4199. Lous Blues: A bsolute B lue will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday. Kattyshack will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Saturday. Red T ide will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 23. Lous Blues is at 3191 N. H ighway A1A, Indialantic. F or more information,call (321) 779-2299. Main Street Pub: The STAR SCOPESJames Tucker W eek of 2-17-2012 Aries-March 21-April 19Recent successes make you continue to want more out of life. You can have it. All it takes is a purpose, a plan and positive action. You have a lot of courage, loyalty and compassion. You are always there for your friends. Your heart is open and your spirit is strong. All of these things strengthen your causes and justifies your life.T aurus-April 20-May 20W hen ones ideas dont work out it means more planning is needed or a better one is on the way. Visualize the desired result and the universe will bless it. It just takes one sound idea placed in action to make you highly successful. Lukewarm ideas are not to be tolerated. Place that lifetime dream in motion and success is on the way.Gemini-May 21-June 21Recognize each day that the universe is your source. Continue to find ways to intensify your energy into healthy thought forms and ideas that reflect your natural gifts and talents. Then move them forward one step at a time and help them become strong and fruitful. Do what you love and your life will always flourish.Cancer-June 22-July 22Expand your horizons. Get out and about. Step up to the next level of creativity and performance. The coming year will be rewarding. Keep the edge you now have and continue to hone your skills. Listening to your inner urges and signals will keep you on the right track. You are now truly becoming the person you were destined to be.L eo-July 23-Aug. 22Strong willed people love to challenge and test your strength. You know who you are and what you want. Inner strength allows you to bend a little when needed without breaking. Being flexible is far more important than being rigid. This attitude pulls you through every challenge in your quest for victory over life. You are well respected and loved.Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22W hen you know what youSee S CENE, B4 See SCOPES, B3 Br evard CountyEntertainmentSECTIONB FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2012Dining &Performing Americas iconic musicClub Scene Jeffrey BiegelSee OUT, B2By Shelley KoppelEntertainment writer 012124

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Sponsorships are available from $125 to $2,500, and plans are underway to celebrate Eau Gallies history with food, live music and entertainment for everyone. F or sponsorship information, please contact Lisa P ackard at (321) 543-0638, or email auroraroad@gmail.com. An Evening of Coffee and ChocolateT he Brevard Achievement Center, Southern Janitor and V iera High School Student Government will host the seventh annual An Evening of Coffee and Chocolate fund raiser 7-10 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18, at the Space Coast Convention Center/Holiday Inn-Express 30 1 Tucker Lane, Cocoa. Proceeds support BACs programs and services for people with disabilities. More than 20 well-known eateries, such as The Melting P ot, Panera Bread, Mimis Caf, Unos Chicago Grille and Grills Riverside, as well as local specialty stores like Ossorio Bakery and Caf, The Bald Strawberry, Something Sweet Cake Studio, A N.Y. Pizzza House, Simply Sweeties Chocolate Shoppe, Merri Cakes, Grimaldi Candies and Alpine Yogurt Caf, will provide just a few of the many treats during the evening. As the events exclusive provider of specialty coffees, Starbucks baristas also will be on hand to serve a vast assortment of java. A cash bar will be available too for those wanting libations of a different kind. Guests can also purchase hand-crafted jewelry, pottery and blown glass items made by artists with disabilities at Cogswell Street Studio, the art program of BAC; bid on an assortment of silent auction items and themed baskets; and enjoy entertainment by comedic juggler Randy Cabral, whose highly interactive brand of fastpaced, clean comedy has been featured on The Jay Leno Show, ABC, NBC and F ox. T he cost to attend the event is $30 in advance or $35 at the door. F or more information or to purchase tickets, call (321) 6 32-8610 or visit www.coffeeandchocolateevent.com.Annual Molly Mutt Poker RunT he Central Brevard Humane Society will host its Ninth Annual Molly Mutt P oker Run at 10 a.m. Sunday, F eb. 19, at the Humane Society, located at 1020 Cox Road in Cocoa. T he cost to participate in the run will be $7 per hand or two hands for $10. Donations of pet supplies are greatly appreciated. All vehicles are welcome. T he run will begin at the Central Brevard Humane Society and will end at the W arlock MC Clubhouse. T he first bike out will be scheduled to leave at 10 a.m., with the last one departing at 1 1:30 a.m. Event activities will include a 50/50 drawing, vendor displays, food and a live band, beginning at 1 p.m. Prizes will be awarded for best, worst and mystery hands. All proceeds from this event will help raise awareness and financial support for the thousands of unwanted and abandoned pets that visit the shelter each year, who need a safe and loving forever home. F or more information, contact the Central Brevard Humane Society at (321) 6 36-3343 or visit www.crittersavers.com.Celtic music with Bob and HarryMusic on a Sunday Afternoon presents Celtic music with Bob and Harry at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 19, at the Cocoa Beach Public Library, 550 N. Brevard Ave., Cocoa Beach. Irish and Scottish tunes, ballads and rollicking jigs will be featured. Bill Fleming will accompany Bob and Harry on the fiddle. F or more information, call (321) 868-1104.Jefferson Starship at the Henegar CenterT he legendary rock group Jefferson Starship will perform at 7 p.m., Sunday, F eb. 19, at the Henegar Center for the Arts, 625 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne. F eatured with the Starship will be The Rippingtons with Russ Freeman. T he musical event is produced by the Brevard Music Group and made possible by Harris Corporation Community Foundation for Brevard. Cost is $55 for VIP tickets, which include a private meetand-greet and photos session. Regular cost is $45 and $40. Tickets are available at the Brevard Music Group at (321) 783-9004 or www.brevardmusicgroup.com.Harlem Ambassadors basketball coming to BrevardT he Brevard County Sheriffs Office basketball team has announced that they will be playing the internationally acclaimed Harlem Ambassadors in a special basketball game to benefit the programs and services of the Childrens Advocacy Center of Brevard. T he event will take place at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23 at the Brevard Community College gymnasium, 3865 N. W ickham Road, Melbourne. Offering a unique brand of basketball featuring highflying slam dunks, dazzling ball-handling tricks and hilarious comedy routines, the Harlem Ambassadors are a team of talented, drug-free, college educated male and female basketball players committed to giving their audience quality family entertainment and serving as positive role models for young people. T he Brevard County Sheriffs Office basketball team is the reigning United States Champions.Last year, they traveled to the World P olice and Fire Games in New Y ork City where they finished first place in the United States and third place in the world bringing a World Bronze Medal back to Brevard County. T he Childrens Advocacy Center of Brevard is a multiagency collaboration of childwelfare professionals who intervene in child sexualabuse cases and the most severe cases of physical child abuse and neglect in Brevard. Advanced tickets are $7 for students and seniors and $9 for adults. Children 4 and younger are free. Advance tickets are on sale now at Community Credit Union locations, Brevard County Sheriffs Office precincts and the Childrens Advocacy Center at 1133 Seminole Drive, Rockledge. F or more information regarding the basketball game, please contact Maj. John Mellick through the Sheriffs Office East Precinct at (321) 454-6630.F amily Gras, Village Mardi Gras and Mardi Paws in the P arkCelebrate Mardi Gras family style, Friday, Feb. 24, with Cajun-style childrens entertainment, mask crafts, costume contests. Enjoy a New Orleans-style Mardi Gras with Zydeco, jazz and blues entertainment on three different stages, a parade of floats, beads and roving entertainmentOutF rom page B1 See OUT, B3

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Shop for dog-related vendors and products at Mardi Paws in the Park Sunday, Feb. 26, and watch a dog Mardi Gras King and Queen be crowned, all at Riverfront Park in Cocoa V illage. F or more information and tickets for the Saturday events, call Leisure Services at (321) 6 39-3500 or visit www.cocoafl.org.Titusville Rotary Clubs Eighth Annual Chili Cook-OffT he Eighth Annual Rotary Chili Cook-Off is scheduled for 6-9 p.m. Friday, Feb. 24. T his years event will be located on U.S. Highway 1 as part of the Downtown Titusville Street Party. All proceeds from the cook-off will benefit local community service projects supported by the Titusville Rotary clubs. In the past, the funds have been used to provide scholarships to local high school students, support local childrens organizations and provide free meals for those in need. Currently, the cook-off committee is recruiting chili chefs and sponsors for the event. Chefs pay a $25 entry fee and provide a minimum of 5 gallons of chili to compete for cash prizes and bragging rights. T hree levels of sponsorship are available: Habanero ($500), Cayenne ($300) and Jalapeo ($100), and all include free entry as a chili chef as well as free chili-tasting tickets. To learn more about entering the competition or sponsoring the cook-off, please contact P ete Czechowski at (321) 549-9174. In addition to the official judging of the chili, chefs also compete for the Peoples Choice Award and the Hottest Table Award (best decorated). T he cook-off will include childrens activities, a chance drawing for a selection of winewant the race is half run. You finish what you start. You have come a long way the past year. Dont stop now. T he finish line is in sight. This simple plan will carry you safely and happily through life and continue to bring many new and wonderful rewards in the coming days and months ahead.Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22T he universal presence in you constantly inspires you to do your best. You wake up each day with joy and hope in your heart. More good is on the way. You love to help and show others the way to live a rich full life. You dont ask for much for yourself. Why? Because your true values are more in the spiritual realm than the earthly.Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21Upon arising, make the following affirmation out loud each day. I listen to my divine inner guidance and the visions received always guide me toward truth. I trust in the universe to supply me all I need to live, laugh and prosper. I live life to the fullest and give thanks for my many blessings. For all this I am eternally grateful. Now even more is on the way.Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21Y our accumulated wisdom and experience will propel you even further on toward your life goals in the coming year. You have a lot of good feelings and goodwill in your heart. Listen closely to them and they will help you make wise choices that prove right and serve you well over time. Great joy is on the way.Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19K eeping a lighter touch will always keep you focused and sharp. Your life is always taking new turns. There will be a few surprises but you will enjoy pleasant endings. Your healing and creative powers are increasing. Set your goals and place a time limit on achieving them and everything will fall in place as planned.Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18Y our life is like a grand adventure. Nothing is ordinary with you. Go further and bring your higher visions into reality. Give your large imagination free reign. You are a springboard for positive change. Pay close attention to the inspirations coming up from your inner well. Dare to be different and unlimited results are yours for the asking.Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20A Pisces without a dream and goal is like a fish without water. Your short and long term success is based on making firm plans and then following them through to completion. The key element is to make sure that your heart is in it before you begin. W hen you have these things working in harmony you are on your way to rich rewards. James can help bring renewed hope and joy to your life. A personalized astrology chart, a private reading, an exciting home or office party, an inspirational group talk or a positive business forecast are just a few of the special services he offers. Call (772) 334-9487 or email jtuckxyz@aol.com for prices and details. ScopesF rom page B1 OutF rom page B2 See OUT, B5

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FRIDAY, FEB. 17 Legal Aids 25th Annual Pr o Bono Awards Gala: Br evard County Legal Aid will host its Annual Pro B ono Awards and Recognition Gala at 6 p.m. Friday, Fe b. 17, at Suntree Country Club, 1 Country Club Drive, V iera. U nited States District C ourt Judge John Antoon II will be the evenings special guest speaker. J udge Antoon will also help recognize outstanding attorneys who have generously givenfree legal counsel to Legal Aid clients. A wards will be presented to attorneys in Brevard who have gone above and beyond in their pro bono contributions. BCLA is a nonprofit organization that provides free legal counsel to the poor in Brevard County. T ickets cost $40 and include a sit down dinner, award ceremony and parting gift. Doors open at 6 p.m. T ickets and sponsorship opportunities are available by calling Rob Johnson at (321) 639-2933. Annual Great Brevard D uck Race is coming: The 14th Annual Great Br evard Duck Race is coming on May 6. This event is a fundraiser that benefits Crosswinds Y outh Services Childrens S helter and other programs for youth in crisis. Local businesses can join in as Duck Race sponsors through Feb. 22. S ponsors will receive r ecognition in conjunction with the duck race, with the form of the recognition based on their donation level. S ponsorship opportunities include Diamond ($2,500), Platinum ($1,000), Gold ($500), Silver ($250) and Friend of Q uacky ($100). F or more information about sponsorship opportunities for the Great Br evard Duck Race,please contact Jan Lokay at (321) 452-0800,Ext.208 or emailjanlokay@aol.com.SAT URDAY, FEB. 18 5K and Fun Walk: The Forever Hearts 5K and Fu n Walk, to be held at 8 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 18 at M ax K. Rodes Park, 3410 Fl anagan Ave., West M elbourne. This race is the third race in Brevard County Parks & R ecreations Run Brevard, Re Cr eate Your Life race series. There are three additional upcoming races at other Br evard County Parks through June. The website for details on these races is:www.brevardparks.com /south(go to 5K on right column of website). D ay of race registration is $18 per runner and $12 per walker. All children must be accompanied by an adult. T -shirts are guaranteed to the first 100 entrants. P laques are awarded to the male and female firstplace runners overall, masters, and age groups 09, then standard 5-year increments up to 80 years old. M edals are awarded to all second-place and thirdplace runners in their age groups. Door prizes will also be awarded. All activities are conducted and supervised by Br evard County Parks & R ecreation staff. P lease call (321) 952-3215 for more information. Did you live in California?: The California State Club is comprised of people who have lived in or come from California. The next get-together will be a luncheon at 12:30 p.m. S aturday, Feb. 18, at a r estaurant in the Suntree area. All who come pay for their meal but there are no other expenses, fees or dues. The Club was started during 2010 and meets for lunch approximately bimonthly at different locations in Brevard C ounty. M embers come from all ov er the state of California, so newcomers are bound to meet someone from the area they lived in. F or more information about the club,please call (321) 253-2655. Valentine dinner-dance: The Italian-American Club of South Brevard, 1471 C ypress Ave., Melbourne, is hosting its Valentine dinner-dance at 6 p.m. S aturday, Feb. 18, featuring music by The Dynamics. D inner includes Italian w edding soup and roast pork with scalloped potatoes, plus dessert and coffee or tea. B. Y. O. B. set-ups are available. Cocktails will be at 5 p.m. Open seating is limited. C ost is $15 for members and $18 for guests. T ickets, while available, through Thursday, Feb. 15. 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The floors of the market will become canvas and a place for audiences to watch works of art come to life right before their eyes with our Chalk Walk.CA TEGORIES Pottery Ceramics Fiber Candle Jewelry Metal Painting Wood Paper Glass Photography Quilts/Pillows Drawing Sculpture OtherMarch 31st-April 1st 9:00 am-4:00 pmJudging for Chalk Contest Sunday 3pmMarch 31st-April 1st 9:00 am-4:00 pmJudging for Chalk Contest Sunday 3pm Go to www.superfleamarket.com for an application JASONSPRODUCE MARKET Asian Products W holesale &RetailF ood Stamps 3290 W. New Haven Ave W. 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H eated Deck &D ockside T iki Bar E njoy Bonefish Beach next to the Dock!012021 DINING & ENTERTAINMENT Calendar 661884 Sheps DinerGreat Burgers Omelettes Sandwiches Homemade Meatloaf Liver Muffins and More!Breakfast &Lunch 7 Days til 2 pm1409 Aurora Rd. Melbourne, FL255-29997 am til 2 pm Friday 7am-7pm FRIDAYFISHFRY$699O N L YComplete Dinner 11-7 2 Sides Menu Available SUPERSPECIALS! S upercats will play 6-10 p .m. Friday. Main Street P ub is at 705 E. New Ha ven Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 723-7811. Murdocks Bistro & Char Bar: B en Wilson will play 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p .m., and Slick Willie will play 7-11 p.m. Friday. the C ountry Classics Band will play 7-11 p.m. Saturday. P atti and Frank will play 6 p.m. Wednesday. Mur docks is at 600 Br evard Ave., Cocoa. For more information,call (321) 633-0600. Oh Shucks: V intage will play 6-10 p.m. Friday and S aturday. Oh Shucks is at the Cocoa Beach Pier, 401 M eade Ave., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-4050. Old Fish House Bar: Su mmer Rain will play 3-7 p .m. Sunday. The Old Fish H ouse Bar is at 5185 U.S. H ighway 1, Grant. For more information,call (321) 727-7007. Ozzies Crabhouse: P aul Christopher will play 6-10 p.m. Friday. Kevin McC ullers will play 6-10 p .m. Saturday. The S upercats Lite will play 5-9 p .m. Sunday. Atlantic B luegrass will play 7-9 p .m. Wednesday. Ozzies is at 4391 Dixie Highway, P alm Bay. F or more information,call (321) 724-0009. Pineda Inn Bar & Grill: T ed Villarreal will play 711 p.m. Friday. Keith K oelling will play 2-6 p.m. S unday. The Pineda is at 6355 North U.S. Highway 1 (U.S. Highway 1 and S untree Boulevard), R ockledge/Melbourne. C all (321) (751-5311. Riverside Bar & Grill: N itefire will play 8 p.m. to midnight Friday. Red Tide will play 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday. The Riverside is at 4720 Dixie H ighway N.E., Palm Bay. C all (321) 574-0520. Rustys Seafood in Port C anaveral: J ohn Parrot will play noon to 3 p.m. Fr iday. The MCs will play 6-10 p.m. Saturday. Jon P arrot will also play 5-9 p .m. Tuesday. Rustys is at 628 Glen Cheek Drive, Po rt C anaveral. F or more information,call (321) 783-2033. Sandbar Sports Grill: P at Michaels will play 4-8 p .m. Friday. Mammoth Ba nd with Sunnyland S teve will play 3-8 p.m. S aturday. Vintage will play 4-8 p.m. Sunday. Adam S ikoras jam session is 9 p .m. to midnight Monday. T ed Villarreal will play 5-9 p .m. Tuesday. The Sandbar is at 4301 Ocean Beach Blv d., Cocoa Beach. For more information,call (321) 799-2577. Sebastian Beach Inn: The Country Classics Ba nd will play at 6 p.m. Fr iday. East of Omaha will play at 2 p.m. Sunday. The S ebastian Beach Inn is at 7035 S. Highway A1A, M elbourne Beach. C all (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. The S hady Oaks is at 6050 S. B abcock St., Palm Bay. C all (321) 727-7004. Siggys All-American Bar: R ed Tide will play 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday. B ullet Theory will play 9 p. m. to 1:30 a.m. Saturday. K arl Hudson will play 7-11 p .m. Thursday, Feb. 23. S iggys is at 1153 Malabar R oad, Palm Bay. C all (321) 952-0104. Squid Lips: the John Q uinlivan Band will play 711 p.m. Saturday and 6:3010 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23, for acoustic jam night. Squid Lips is at 1477 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321)259-3101. Thirsty Lizard: M edusa will play 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday. The Thirsty Lizard is at 1132 Highway A1A, Satellite Beach. C all (321) 777-7228. Vintage 56: B en Wilson will play 5-9 p.m. Thursday, Fe b. 23. Vintage 56 is at 200 Bar ton Blvd., Rockledge. F or more information,call (321) 639-4048. Wet Spot: S aturday is the Mardi Gras party with R ocky James at 1 p.m. and the RockShot Band at 5 p .m. Wednesday night is jam night 7-11 p.m. with Tr ailer Trash Lot 420. The W et Spot is at 3650 Dixie H ighway N.E., Palm Bay. C all (321) 728-3055. Editors note :To have music schedules and music events listed in the Club Scene,send them to news clerk Michael G. H ibbard at brevnews@hometownnewsol.com .SceneF rom page B1 See CALENDARB5

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and a dunking booth featuring Titusville High Schools principal, Lori Spinner. F or more information, please contact Matt Barringer from the Titusville Sunrise Club or Casey Crouch from the Titusville Rotary Club. They may be reached at (321) 751-6671 or matthew.barringer@vistas.co m, or at (321) 264-4433 or casey.crouch@edwardjones.com. Sharing Through Dance galaDussich Dance Studio and Imperial Dance Corps gear up for this years Annual Sharing T hrough Dance Gala 2012. T his years Sharing T hrough Dance Gala will be held at Merritt Island High School Auditorium, 100 East Mustang Way, Merritt Island. T here will be pre-show music by Sam Tritico and Everette Stephens, professional guitarist, starting at 6:30 p.m., and the show starts at 7 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 25. Special Guest Performers included Evolution Dancers, T .R.U.B.B.L Singers, Patricia Sturelli Ballerina and Irish Step Dancers. Recipients of these galas over the past 14 years include Brevard Sharing Center, Candle Lighters of Brevard, Crosswinds, Bright Star Center for Grieving Children, Barth Syndrome Foundation, Harmony Farms, Devereaux (multiple years), Merritt Island High School Fame Academy and this year Serene Harbor Domestic Violence Center. T icket prices are $15 for adults and $13 for seniors and children younger than 18. A percentage of the ticket sales will go to this years charity. The more tickets that are sold the more money will go to the cause. To order tickets now or make reservations or obtain more information, call (321) 452-2046.Circus Day in DixieT he Greater Canaveral Chapter and the Melbourne Chapter of The Barbershop Harmony Society will team up to present Circus Day in Dixie at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25, at The Scott Center for Performing Arts on the campus of Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy, 5625 Holy Trinity Driveon the Pineda Causeway. T he show will feature the choruses of TheHarbor City Harmonizers and The Space Coast Chorus, as well as several quartets, numerous clowns and animals and a tightrope walker. T wo quartets will headline the show. The Sunshine District Collegiate Championship quartet andiQuartet from Miami. Admission is $15 in advance and $18 at the door. F or reservations to the 2 p.m. show, contact Bruce Heeb at (321) 752-4091. F or reservations for the 7 p.m. show, contact Dick Ricker at (321-) 639-9699. To use a credit card for ticketing, go to www.spacecoastchorus.net and click on Annual Show.Hot Night in the CityT he Freedom 7 Senior Community Center Presents the Sixth Annual Hot Night in the City 7-11 p.m., Friday, F eb. 24, at the Cocoa Beach Country Club Auditorium, 5 000 Tom Warriner Blvd., Cocoa Beach. Come join your neighbors and friends for a great Friday night out. Everyone is welcome. T his fundraiser for the F reedom 7 Senior Community Center costs $15 per ticket, which features the live band Delgado, light and hot food, cool drinks and a silent auction. Dress is evening casual. T here will be no reserved seating, but advance ticket purchases are suggested and available at Strater Family Chiropractic, CPA Firm of L. George Leonard, Cocoa Beach Health & Fitness, Cocoa Beach Regional Chamber of Commerce and Freedom 7 Senior Community Center. F or more information, call (321) 783-9505 or visit www.freedom7seniors.org. New Worship Service at G ood Shepherd: The Pr esbyterian Church of the Good Shepherd, 810 W. F lorida Ave., Melbourne, announces the addition of a new worship service called CAYA, a caf-style worship at 9:20 a.m. This service will begin S unday, Feb. 19 C AY A stands for Come As You Are. The Presbyterian Church of the Good Shepherd will also have its sanctuary service at a new time: 10:45 a.m. A nursery is provided for both services. F or more information, contact the church at (321) 723-3994 or email pcgoodshep@aol.com.MONDAY, FEB. 20 Florida Air Academy open house: The Florida Air Academy, Melbourne, will be conducting an open House for prospective students, Monday, Feb. 20, at 9.30 a.m. Bo ys and girls, sixth through 12th grade, are invited to take a tour of the school and to shadow morning lessons with a current student. F or more information or to RSVP ,please contact F lorida Air Academy, A dmissions Department at (321) 723 3211 or visit www.flair.com. Charity pro-am tour: The Second Annual Space C oast Senior Open Pro-Am Golf Tournament at the S untree Country Club, One C ountry Club Drive, M elbourne, starts with a r eception at 6 p.m. Monday, Feb. 20. The amateur play with a pro tournament is scheduled for 1 p.m. Tuesday, Fe b. 21. F oursomes are available for $900. Teams of three matched with a pro is the format. The regular tournament for the pros will be W ednesday, Feb. 23, and Thursday, Feb. 24. S ponsors can promote businesses, entertain clients and reward key employees, all for a great cause. C all to reserve a space at (404) 944-9988 or (321) 537-4941.WEDNESDAY, FEB. 22 The status of charter schools and the voucher program: At 11:30 a.m. W ednesday, Feb. 22, the League of Women Voters of the Space Coast will host a T imely Topics Luncheon on The Status of Charter Schools and the Voucher Pr ogram in Brevard C ounty. G uest panelists, all from Br evard Public Schools, include Brian Binggeli, superintendent; Vicki M ace, director of school choice; Pam Treadwell, director ESE Administrative Support; and Richard D unkel, principal of I ndialantic Elementary School. The event will be held at the Tuscany Grill, 7640 N. Wickham Road in S untree. The luncheon cost $20, and the public is invited. L unch includes salad, r olls, beverage and choice of scampi ala Tuscany, chicken marsala portabella or eggplant rollatini. F or reservations and entree selection,please contact Doreen Archer at (321) 622-4071 by Feb.19. F or more information,all (321) 773-8490 or visit www.lwv-spacecoast.org. The Irish to march in M elbourne: S pace Coast residents of Ir ish decent are invited to join this years parade in M elbourne on March 17. The Ancient Order of H ibernians seeks to form a group of marchers for the parade who have Irish ancestors to represent their ancient county or origin. The group hopes to get individuals from each of the 32 traditional counties to march as a unit in the parade. To participate,contact Ed R eilly at (321) 723-1262 for information about the parade and the make-up of the marching unit.UPCOMING EVENTS Deadline for applications extended: Brevard P ublic Schools has extended the deadline for parents who wish to enroll their child in an International B accalaureate Middle Years Pr ogram until the end of the school day on Friday, Feb. 24. The extension has been granted due to recent program boundary changes approved by board members in January. The deadline applies to the following schools (only): Clearlake Middle School in Cocoa, Central M iddle School in West M elbourne and Cocoa B each Junior/Senior High School in Cocoa Beach. A pplications may be obtained at the schools or are available on their w ebsites. F or more information, call (321) 633-1000,Ext. 796 or email davis.christine@brevardschools.org. Relay For Life fundraiser : The town of P alm Shores will be hosting a Relay For Life fundraiser on Saturday, Feb. 25, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be a rummage sale, raffles, food/drinks and more activities. All proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society. Those donating for the r ummage sale or raffle will r eceive a tax deduction form. F or information,contact D onna White,administrative assistant,town of Palm S hores,5030 Paul Hurtt L ane,Palm Shores. F or more information, call (321) 242-4555,email assistant@townofpalmshor es.org or visit townofpalmshores.org. Disc-dog competition coming to West Melbourne: A local championship for the 2012 Hyperflite Skyhoundz Canine D isc Championships will be held on Saturday, Feb. 25 at 10 a.m. at Max K. R odes Park, 3410 Flanagan Av e ., West Melbourne. R egistration will begin at 9 a.m. at the park. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 17, 2012 Melbourne B5 U sing Only The Freshest IngredientsCome by Tuesday thru Friday 2:00-6:30 pm1912 Post Road Melbourne55 Soups (&counting) Call forToday's SelectionA Delicious, Nutritious M eal In Itself!C all for Special Orders or Catering321-243-1857www.thesoupshop.net012026 Lic.# CAT 1505536 Catering to Restaurants &IndividualsA sk About Our Vegetarian Selection A sk About Our Rewards Card! $2OFF$2OFFAny Order of $699or higherNot To Be Used With Any Specials Expires 2/25/12Breakfast Served ALL DAY!Breakfast Served ALL DAY! 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School board member joins the Childrens Hunger Project board of directorsAndy Ziegler was recently elected to The Childrens H unger Project board of directors. He is a member of the Brevard School Board. Mr. Ziegler also serves on the board of the Space Coast Early Intervention Center, AmiKids, Central Florida E xecutive Boy Scout Council and the Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce. Z iegler is an FIT graduate and an active member of the Rotary Club of Palm Bay for more than 22 years. As a member of the board of directors, Mr. Ziegler will be involved in strategic planning while advising and helping to direct fundraising activities and implementation of the organizations goals The Childrens Hunger Pr oject is a Brevard County charity that provides packages of food for hungry children so that they can get basic nourishment each w eekend during the school y ear. N utritious packages of food are discreetly slipped into the backpacks of children that teachers know are undernourished on the w eekends. The Childrens Hunger Pr oject was formed to address the critical risk of hunger that exists for elementary school age children in Brevard County. Par ticipation in the free and reduced-price lunch program at Brevards public schools exceeds 43 percent, while the national average is 17 percent. F or more information about The Childrens Hunger Project,call (321) 373-7083 or email bob@thechildrenshunger project.org. The public is also encouraged to visit the Projects website at http://thechildrenshungerproject.org/.V endors needed for Indian River FestivalPr esented by the Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce, the 2012 Indian River Festival runs May 3-6 at Sand Point Park, 101 N. Wa shington Ave., Titusville. The festival features unlimited rides all day and all night for admission prices of $10-$12. There will be a free family circus, a motocross stunt show, a duck race and more, including the Paws at the P oint pet parade. F or more vendor information,call (321) 615-8111.Reach Out and Read initiativeP ediatrics in Brevard, the premier provider of pediatric medicine on the Space C oast, hosts the national Reach Out and Read initiative for Brevard County children. The only pediatric group in Brevard County to participate in Reach Out and Read, the national program serves more than 3.9 million families annually; with the primary focus being to prepare Americas y oungest children to succeed in school by partnering with doctors to prescribe books. The program asks pediatricians to educate parents on the importance of early literacy, while also encouraging families to read together. P ediatricians across the U nited States who participate in the program supply age-appropriate books for children to take home after pediatric check-ups. Each child gets nine books within a five-year period, beginning at age 6 months; the last book is given at age 5. B ooks are purchased with money donated to a nonprofit foundation created by P ediatrics in Brevard, specifically for the Reach O ut and Read program. C orporations, local businesses and employees also donate to the cause. P ediatrics in Brevard has four locations to serve Br evard County children: C ocoa Beach, (inside Cape C anaveral Hospital Medical P laza), Rockledge, Viera and M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 636-3066,or visit www.pedsinbrevard.com. F riday, February 17, 2012 B6 MelbourneHometown News F resh Seafood Steaks Prime Rib PastaBest View on the Indian RiverInside and Outside Dining Full Service Bar Book Your Parties Here!!!4845 Dixie Highway NE Palm Bay321-676-9995Mon.-Thu. 11am-9:30 Fri. & Sat. 11am-10pm Now OpenSundays 3-9 pmwww.theshackpb.com Find us on FacebookBest View on the Indian River014648 GIFTCARDS AVAILABLE! 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Community notesSee NOTES, B7 To send your letters to the editor, e-mail them to brevnews@hometownnewsol.com or fax them to (321) 242-1281. Or you can send letters to: L etters to the editor, 3 80 Wickham Road N., Melbourne, FL 32935. L etters must include a phone number and home address for verification. Letters sent without phone numbers and addresses will be published in the Rants & Raves section. We welcome your opinions

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Brevard County sets winter golf ratesThe Brevard County Par ks and Recreation D epartment has implemented its golf rates for the winter season, effective through April 14. Be fore 1 p.m. daily, Br evard County residents can play 18 holes of golf with a cart at the Savannahs Golf Course in Merritt I sland or the Habitat Golf Co urse in Grant-Valkaria for $45, or at Spessard H olland Golf Course in M elbourne Beach for $43. N on-residents will pay $10 more, and discount card holders will pay $10 less. D iscount cards are available to residents for $40 and to non-residents for $95. Annual green fee cards are available for $682.38. Br evard County Parks and Recreation Department operates three courses. S pessard Holland, located in Melbourne B each, is an exceptional stretch executive beachside golf course noted for its year-round breezes. The Savannahs, located on Merritt Island, is a challenging 18-hole, par 72 championship golf course with Champion ultradwarf greens. The Habitat golf course, featuring refurbished and expanded Champion ultradwarf greens, is a championship course located in the midst of a wildlife sanctuary in GrantV alkaria. All courses offer professional instruction, practice r anges, pro shops, outings, leagues and special events. F or more information, discounts,specials or to book a tee time,call the Savannahs at (321) 4551375,the Habitat at (321) 952-6912,or Spessard H olland at (321) 952-4529.Donations will help Brevardians during difficult economic timesH ealth First employees r ecently dug deeper to support United Way agencies so they can continue providing needed services throughout 2012. H ealth Firsts United Way campaign chair Michelle Fo x noted that Health First employees total UW pledges of $237,954 exceeded the previous y ears campaign by $4,000, with 155 more employees pledging to Health Firsts U nited Way Campaign. The contributions will help support local agencies and charitable organizations in 2012 to provide basic human services in Br evard, such as meals for low-income seniors, temporary housing for homeless individuals, access to emergency food and services at local sharing centers, as well as many other vital community services that might not be able to be offered without United Way funding. F or more information, visit www.health-first.org or call (321) 434-4359.New doctor at vet hospitalBr evard Veterinary H ospital has announced the hiring of Dr. Tonia H eadrick. Dr Headrick graduated from Auburn University with a doctorate of veterinary medicine in 2001 and has been practicing medicine for more than 10 y ears. S he recently decided to r eturn to Central Florida and is happy to call Br evard County her home. W ith the hiring of Dr. H eadrick, Brevard Veterinary Hospital will now be open six days a week (Monday through Saturday) and will be adjusting specific operating hours to better accommodate clients with working schedules. F or more information r egarding Dr. Headrick or Br evard Veterinary Hospitals hours of operation, visit www.brevardvethospital.com.2 4-hour urgent care clinic opens in Melbourne D iagnostic and Clinical Ca re Ser vices recently opened a new 24-hour urgent care clinic in M elbourne and is accepting new patients. The new clinic is located at 2100 N. Wickham Road, M elbourne. J ointly operated by S angita Sahay, M.D., and Mar ilyn Moss, M.D., the clinic will provide care for patients 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year by offering online registration and state-of-the-art emergency medical room system. They are associated with all major hospitals in the area and can send medical r ecords anywhere. B oard certified physicians will be available 24 hours a day to provide an array of services, including in-house testing. No insurance is needed, but they will accept all major health insurance and credit cards. S ome services provided are treatment of: sprains and fractures, cuts or lacerations, rashes and burns, eye injuries, insect and animal bites, ear infections, cold and flu and medication management for chronic illnesses. The clinic will also provide physicals for employment, sports and school. To learn more about the clinic,please call (321) 7527100 or visit www.doccs.us.Health First opens news center to support family caregivers of older adultsIn r esponse to the growing ranks of Space C oast area family caregivers who are taking on r esponsibilities for elderly r elatives with healthcare needs, Health First has announced the opening of The Center for Family Car egivers. A part of the Health First Aging Institute, The Center for Family Caregivers has significantly expanded the Aging Institutes services, which were previously only available to families dealing with the challenges associated with Alzheimers Disease. The Center will assist any and all caregivers of older adults who need support and guidance. I ts central message is families are facing other challenges related to aging parents or grandparents, and help is available for them too. F or more information about Health Firsts Center for Family Caregivers, visit www.CenterForFamilyCar egivers.org.Florida Techs first lacrosse teamMo re than 20 studentathletes from nine states make up Florida Techs first lacrosse team, recently unveiled by head coach R yan McAleavey. As expected of a first-year program, much of the team is devised of freshmen. In fact, junior goalie M ason Cook (Hollywood, M d./Wingate) and junior midfielder Matt Durand (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y./Suffolk CC) are the only two Panthers listed as a sophomore or higher on the roster. D espite the inexperience, FIT showed a glimpse of its talent and potential at the inaugural Battle at the B each exhibition tournament last November. F or more information, visit www.floridatechsports.com/mlacrosse/rost er/104/ or call (321) 6748250.Health First welcomes medical staff leadershipH ealth First has welcomed incoming elected medical staff leadership at two of its four hospitals. F ollowing a recent medical staff election at H olmes Regional Medical C enter, the following officers were elected to serve a term that ends in D ecember 2013: Norberto Schechtmann, Tamer Ahmed and Edgar F igueroa. A dditionally, members of the Palm Bay Hospital medical staff elected the following officers to serve the term ending in December 2013: Christopher R ehak, Anthony Tran and Frederick Peterson. H ealth First has been serving the residents of the Br evard County area since its formation in 1995, with r oots extending back to 1937 when Holmes Regional Medical Center opened as the first hospital in Br evard County. T oday, Health First is the only multi-hospital, notfor-profit health system in Br evard County.Oceanside Charter Chapter offers $1,000 scholarshipO ceanside Charter Chapter of the American B usiness Womens Association is funding a special scholarship through the S tephen Bufton Memorial E ducational Fund. The field of study is business, and the scholarship will be awarded in the amount of $1,000. In order to be eligible for consideration, candidates must be women who: 1. Are citizens of the U nited States and Brevard C ounty 2. Will be college first or second year level in August 3. Are attending or have been accepted at a licensed, accredited vocational-technical school or community college authorized to confer associate degrees; 4. Will have selected business as her major, and 5. Have achieved a cumulative grade point average of2.5, or better, on a 4.0 scale. To apply,interested parties should send name and email address to: Oceanside Charter Chapter Anita Carbone at acarbone@cfl.rr.com. A pplications must be completed by March 30 at www.sbmef.org. Fu nds are limited to tuition,books and fees. F or more information, visit www.abwaoceanside.org.P arrish Medical Center sponsors support groupsP arrish Medical Center offers a variety of support groups to help you and y our loved ones live with y our chronic condition, share your triumphs and learn from others. P lease contact the individual numbers listed for more information as the groups meet at various locations. A.W.A.K.E. Sleep D isorders Support Group, meets the first Monday each month; 6-8 p.m. C all (321) 268-6408 Cardiac & Pulmonary W ellness programs, meets the last Wednesday of each month, 2-3 p.m. C all (321) 268-6726 to RSVP Caregiver Support Group, meets the first and third Thursday of the month, 9:30-11 a.m. C all (321) 268-6800 Diabetes Support Group, meets the third T uesday of the month, 3-4 p .m. C all (321) 268-6699 to RSVP Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, meets the second Tuesday of each month, 10-11 a.m. Look Good, Feel Better, meets the first Wednesday of the month, 2-4 p.m. C all (800) 227-9954 Parkinson Support Group of North Brevard, meets the third Saturday of each month, 11 a.m. to 1 p .m. C all (321) 268-6800 Parrish Partners Cancer S upport Group, meets the first Monday of each month, 4-5:30 p.m. C all (321) 268-6111,Ext.3544 Pulmonary Hy pertension Support Group, meets on the second Thursday of each month, 6-8 p.m. C all (321) 268-6800 Pulmonary Support Group: Better Breathers, meets on the second W ednesday of each month, 3-4 p.m. C all (321) 2686726 F or more information, visit www.parrishmed.com/calendar. For Hometown News www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 17, 2012 Melbourne B7 018401Answers located in Classified Section 018409 M.D. Automotive BUYHERE PAY HERE! All Vehicles$500 Down WACwww.MDAutomotiveSales.com* 30 Day Limited Warranty Serving Brevard for 20 Years * All Vehicles Inspected by ASE Certified Owner/Mechanic *212 S. 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The 2012 PGA Merchandise Show officially opened its doors at 8:30 a.m. Jan. 26. Ev eryone was feeling a much better vibe than last y ear when we were saddened to see many places with a bare cement floor or a hastily put-down piece of carpet instead of a display. This year, the aisles were more crowded and nearly every booth space was filled with someone hoping to make it in the golf business. I enjoy finding accessories and playing aids. It was good to see some of my favorites from the past. Howe ver, its the new ones I want to talk about. Ev eryone seems to be going crazy for belly putters. But how can you be sure one will work for y ou? Thanks to Belly Putt (www.bellyputt.com), you can convert your existing putter into a belly for a fraction of the price of a new putter. C onverting your putter to a belly putter takes four steps with Belly Putt. U sing the provided tool, y ou make a hole in the end of your existing grip. You then insert the belly to the desired depth and tighten an Allen screw. Slide the taper lock down the shaft and into the top of the existing grip and youre r eady to go. Y ou can easily adjust the length to get the perfect fit. If you need more w eight on the head of your putter, add a little lead tape. If you decide a belly putter isnt for you, you simply remove it. The new Medicus V isionTrack Pro ( www.medicus.com) is designed to help you eliminate slices and hooks. By placing the VisionTrack on the ground while you strike balls, you will see proper ball position, stance width, swing path and target line. Doctors have found that proper positioning of your jaw helps you optimize yo ur physiological functions. PX3 Custom Mouthw ear ( www.px3mouthwear ) is a custom built, scientifically advanced mouthguard designed to place your jaw in a position that allows y ou to increase your o xygen intake, power, flexibility, core stability and heart rate variability. Each piece is made to fit y our mouth specifically. Y ou use a kit sent to you to make an imprint of your mouth, and the guard is created using that as a mold. Ey e Line Golf ( www.eyelinegolf.com) has products used by more than 6,500 PGA instructors and 95 of the top 100 instructors. One of the easiest to use is the Sweet Spot 360. The 360 is a thin plastic piece shaped like an elongated . It attaches to the face of your putter with the open center surrounding the sweet spot. Unless you hit the ball right on the sweet spot, it will deflect and come off the face poorly. The newest laser training system comes from Squared Up Golf ( www.sqrdup.com). SQRD Up looks like a big plus sign. It has laser optics projecting onto the ground from each of the four points. These lines indicate your target line, ball and hand position, divot indicator and clubface detector. The SQRD Up sets up easily and fits into your golf bag. It works indoors and outdoors. M any of the tour pros have taken to making their belts and buckles part of their style. Lee Westwood and Christina Kim prefer Dr uh Belts and Buckles ( www.druhbeltsandbuckles.com). The ability to mix and match buckles with fine handmade leather and snakeskin belts allows anyone to show off their personality and style. Dr uh will also produce y our own custom buckles. White Ball (www.thewhiteball.com) is another maker of fine belts and buckles. Made from Italian leathers with 12 colors to choose from and interchangeable buckles, this line of belts allows you to show your true colors. J ames Stammer has been an avid golfer and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years.He hosts the Thursday Night Golf Show on WSTU 1450-AM.Contact him at stammergolf@yahoo.com. Hello smart shoppers. How are those New Y ears resolutions going? The No. 1 resolution made is to lose weight. M any of you are cutting back on the amount of fattening food and junk food you eat and see the scale moving so slowly that by this time you tell yourself, whats the use, it must be my metabolism or Im just big boned. R emember, its not what y ou eat its how you prepare what you eat, which is the basis for my column and my cookbook; thats why I give y ou choices. F or some reason, when yo u re dieting, many times y ou pay attention to what y ou eat, not what you drink. S ugar is the major carbohydrate we consume. Check out your soft drinks. One teaspoon of sugar equals 4.2 grams. One 12 ounce can of Coke contains 39 grams of sugar. Do the math; thats about nine teaspoons of sugar. Pepsi contains 41 grams, thats almost 10 teaspoons in one can. Other soft drinks arent much better and when it comes to sweetened iced tea, I dont even want to know. The human body is amazing, but can fool you while you think youre doing things right. Research shows that while artificial sweeteners make drinks dietfriendly, if you have more than two cans a day, the body starts reading it as sugar. If you substituted 1 glass of unsweetened iced tea for one can of soda a day you would lose an average of 15 pounds in a year. We are addicted to sugar, as well as salt, and type-2 diabetes and high blood pressure are rampant. Sugar is not bad, its the quantity that makes it bad. Fr uits contain a natural sugar (fructose). It is now made in a granulated form and today it is made from corn syrup. Heres an interesting fact: it has almost twice the sweetening power of granulated sugar, so you would use half of what you usually do. It doesnt seem to be absorbed in the body the same way as r egular sugar. You can find it by the pound in large supermarkets and health food stores and it is affordable. T odays recipe is a perfect example of how to prepare what you eat and make a difference. Enjoy. See you next week. C C R R EAMY EAMY P P E E ST ST O S O S AU AU C C E E ser ser ves 4-6 ves 4-6 regular and low fat regular and low fat This sauce can be made with dried basil, but it doesnt compare with fresh. B asil is so easy to grow. If y ou dont have the time or inclination, you can purchase fresh basil in the supermarket. Basic pesto sauce is made with oil, garlic and basil. I think this creamy sauce is so much better. A friend who was born in northern Italy, (Genoa) gave me the recipe years ago. R ecently I made it healthy by using low-fat or fat-free cream cheese and skim milk, evaporated skim milk, undiluted or fat-free half and half. You will eliminate most of the cholesterol and saturated fat, but none of the flavor. If you choose to use pignoli (pine) nuts, (I prefer my sauce without them, they give the sauce a sandy texture), toast and finely chop them. Use about 1/4 cup nuts. NOTE: There is no suitable substitute for imported Italian Parmesan cheese. A butcher shop or deli will have it at the best price and grate it for free. K eep a little in the fridge and extra in the freezer, since it can turn moldy. 8-ounce package cream cheese 1-1/2 cups fresh basil leaves, packed, or 2 tablespoons dried basil 1/4-cup extra virgin olive oil 4 or 5 sprigs fresh Italian parsley or 1 tablespoon dried parsley 1/2-teaspoon black or white pepper 2 large or 3 small cloves garlic, peeled 1/4-cup grated Parmesan cheese 1-1/2 cups milk (approxi mately) 1 teaspoon salt 1 pound pasta (fettuccini, penne, etc.), cooked P lace all ingredients, except the milk, nuts and pasta, in a food processor and process until smooth. A dd half the milk and all the nuts; process until mixed. P lace in a saucepan or a microwave-safe container; stir in remaining milk. War m, do not cook and pour over any pasta of your choice; serve immediately. A dd more milk if necessary, a little at a time. Serve with extra Parmesan cheese. 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There is no entry fee for competitors, and admission is free for spectators. Novice and veteran competitors are encouraged to compete. All competitors will receive a free official Hyperfilte K-10 C ompetition Standard flying disc, and the top three teams will receive awards. C ontestants and their canine teammates will earn points for basic throws and catches, with bonus points for mid-air catches in the distance/accuracy event. The event welcomes mixed breeds as well as purebred dogs. Many of the canines expected to compete were rescued from local animal shelters or rescue groups. To view the 2012 Hyperflite Skyhoundz competition schedule or to learn about Skyhoundz competition rules and regulations, please visitwww.skyhoundz.com. F or more information, please call the Max K.Rodes Community Center at (321) 952-3215. Editor and literary agent to highlight meeting: S pace Coast Authors of R omance welcome Harlequin editor Laura Barth and Cornerstone literary agent Helen Breitwieser to its Super Saturday meeting 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. S aturday, Feb. 25 at the V iera Holiday Inn, 8298 N. W ickham Road, Melbourne. The meeting is open to the public. The cost is $40, which includes a buffet luncheon. Par ticipants do not need to be STAR members to attend. V isit the website at http://authorsofromance.co m/supersaturday for r egistration details, and sign up at http://authorsofromance.com/supersaturday/ssregform. M onthly meetings and workshops provide a comfortable forum where published and unpublished writers share knowledge about the everchanging romance fiction industry. B eginners or seasoned, multi-published romance writers are all welcome to participate. God didnt intend us to agepresentation: Pr actitioner and teacher of Christian Science healing Ma rk S winney will present a talk entitled, Eternal life on Sunday, Feb. 26, at 3 p .m. at the First Church of Christ, Scientist, 600 E. M elbourne Ave., Melbourne. Mr. Swinney has devoted more than 25 years both to praying with people and empowering people to pray effectively for themselves. He is a prolific author with more than 250 published articles addressing numerous facets of prayer and healing. F or more information on the event,call Nadine S luder at (321) 253-1945. BCC Lab School open houses: The Lab School offers hands-on parenting classes where parents attend school with their children during the day and with other parents in the evening. It is now accepting r egistration for classes in the 2012-13 school year. There will be a series of open houses Feb. 27 through March 1 for parents with children aged 6 weeks to 5 years. Lab School doors are open to everyone, including single parents, grandparents who are raising children or serving as caregivers during the day and step parents. F or information on classes,contact Pam White,(321) 433-7668 or email labschools@brevardcc.edu. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 17, 2012 Melbourne B9CalendarF rom page B5 To send your letters to the editor, e-mail them to brevnews@hometownnewsol.com or fax them to (321) 242-1281. Or you can send letters to: L etters to the editor, 3 80 Wickham Road N., Melbourne, FL 32935. L etters must include a phone number and home address for verification. Letters sent without phone numbers and addresses will be published in the Rants & Raves section. We welcome your opinions 321-242-0442 CLASSIFIED ROCKS!BE A HOMETOWN NEWS ADVERTISER,OR COMPETE WITH ONE! PLACE YOUR AD BY CALLING 321-242-0442 BOAT DEALS!! 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