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12BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVALHABITAT:Y our pathway to a tax break How does a 50 percent tax credit sound? The state of Floridas Community Tax Credit Pr ogram (CCTCP) provides a 50 percent tax credit or sales tax refund to Florida businesses, as financial incentive to make donations to housing projects for low-income families. H abitat for Humanity of Brevard County, Inc., an Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3) organization, is a great match. Habitat serves low-income families by building or renovating simple, decent, affordable houses in Brevard C ounty. The state of Floridas Community Contribution Tax Credit Program seems too good to be true but it is, and its easy for a business to re ceive the tax credit. DRS Technologies, Harris Corporation, Craig T echnologies, and LifeStyle Homes are recent participants, said Joe Gassman, Habitats President & CEO. They understand the power of their donation and the benefits to their employees, the community and the family they build the house with. Whos Eligible? Businesses paying Florida corporate income tax or insurance premium tax are eligible to receive a tax credit equal to 50 percent of the donation value to approved projects. Businesses registered with the Department of Revenue to collect and remit sales tax are eligible to apply for a refund against their sales and use tax remittance account. Whats an Eligible Contribution? Cash, property and goods donated to approved sponsors (Habitat) are eligible for the credit. A business is eligible to receive credits of up to By Lisa BarrVice President of Development / Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County See TAX, 17 Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 50 59 Tu rnpike Feeder Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 Copyright 2013, Hometown News, L.C.Phone (321) 242-1013 Fax (321) 242-1281Classified (321) 242-0442 1 -800-823-0466 Rants & Raves (321) 242-1276Circulation 1 -866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comV oted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. Lee Mooty . . . . . .General Manager/CFO V ernon D.Smith . . .Managing Partner F arris Robinson . . .Sr. VP Sales/Marketing T ammy Farmer . . . .Managing Editor Robin Bevilacqua . .Human Resources Kathy Young . . . . .Major/Natl. Accounts Manager S ylvia Montes . . . .Major/Natl. Accounts Consultant Chris Smith . . . . .Regional Manager T erence Hart . . . . .Sales Manager Maura Dawson . . .Office Manager P aul Robinson . . . .Advertising Consultant Rick Edwards . . . .Advertising Consultant Kathy Swindell . . . .Advertising Consultant Mercedes Lee-Paquette . . . .Production Manager Rita Zeblin . . . . . . . . . .Classified Paginator Karen Wood . . . . . . . . .Graphic Artist P atricia Snyder . . . . . . . .Director Classified AdvertisingAnna Snyder-Vasquez . . . . .Senior Account Manager Carol Deprey-Zelenak . . . . .Classified Consultant Heather Donaldson . . . . . .Classified Consultant Dolan Hoggatt . . . . . . . .Circulation Manager T iffany Robertson . . . . . . .District Circulation Manager Amanda Hatfield . . . . . . .Staff Writer Chris Fish . . . . . . . . . .Staff Writer Michael Hibbard . . . . . . .News Clerk Now Open in Melbourne!4100 N. Wickham Road253-0040Mon-Thurs. 12pm-10pm Fri.12pm-11pm Sat. 11am-11pm Sun. 11am-10pmorangeleafyogurt.com orangeleafyogurt.com Craving more strawberry goodness?How about strawberry frozen yogurt with lots of toppings?! Come find us in the Post Commons Shopping Center *Valid Only at the Melbourne Store *Valid through March 29, 2013 *May not be combined with any other offer10% OFFT otal Purchase*Buy One Get One1/2 OFF*15% OFFThe Purchases of 4 or More People*

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13BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL A win-win for allVOLU NTEERING J ane Higgins decision to become a H abitat for Humanity volunteer is one, she said, that changed her life forever. M y kids were growing up, and I was getting to the point in my life where I felt like I was going to have some free time that I could contribute to help improve my community, Ms. Higgins said. I looked into some organizations and found that H abitat was a Christian organization that believed it could improve the world one home at a time. When she first began volunteering, Ms. Higgins started by going to the work sites on Saturday and helping out wherever she could. I found it very interesting because working at the house build you learn so much about homes that you can use in your own life, she said. H abitat volunteers learn skills like painting, roofing and interior work, as they help with homes that are built from the ground up. O ne of the surprises to working at a Habitat site was the fellowship that was there, Ms. Higgins said. You get to meet the new homeowner, other volunteers and site supervisors, while working side-by-side to build the house with the family partner. I always feel like I get more than I give. After 30 years at Harris, Ms. Higgins was laid off in May 2012 due to cutbacks. (The layoff) became a blessing as I had more time to volunteer at Habitat, Ms. Higgins said. I talked to Mo llie (Krell), volunteer coordinator for Habitat about becoming an Office Angel. Office Angels work at the Habitat office, helping with mailing, typing, inputting information into databases and other office tasks that are vital to r unning an organization. A t first, I wasnt sure how I would be able to help, but I soon learned that if you have worked in any office anywhere you have the skills to come in and help out, she said. One of the first jobs Ms. Higgins did was to sort through boxes of photographs that had been collected over the years. I t was a great way to learn (through the photographs) the history of Habitat in Brevard County and the different fundraisers like the Str awberry Festival, which is now in its 25th year, she said. W orking in the office has given me a new appreciation of the work that H abitat is doing in our community, Ms. Higgins added. Until I volunteered in the office, I never realized the amount of work that goes on behind the scenes to get a hammer in somebodys hands on a Saturday. By Andy SchirmacherAmerican Corps-Vista Volunteer / Habitat for Humanity of Brevard CountyI never realized the amount of work that goes on behind the scenes to get a hammer in somebodys hand on a Saturday.Jane Higgins Habitat for Humanity volunteer Call Today and ask how to save $$THOUSANDS$$ on our Beautiful Courtyard apartment! Community with Glenbrooke at Palm Bay815 Briar CreekBlvd.,NE Palm Bay,FL 32905321-956-3330Managed by Ta rantino Porperties Inc. Wh ere Character Defines EleganceA nd Embraces the Love ofHome

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14BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL VOLU NTEERING H abitat for Humanity of Brevard C ounty (Habitat) volunteer work has a way of getting into your system. Tw elve years ago, Satellite Beach re sident Rick Baird began as volunteering at a build site for his church. I wanted to be a part of the church team, working at the site, he said. When the job was almost complete, I was asked by the site supervisor if I could finish the air conditioning work at the build. I have been with Habitat ever since that first job. Lending countless hours to the nonprofit, Mr. Baird has been a big supporter of the mission to eliminate substandard housing in Brevard C ounty. The construction industry had been so good to me and my family, and I really enjoyed working with the H abitat staff, Mr. Baird said. I wanted an opportunity to give something back to the community. S ince 1998, Mr. Baird and his company, Baird Air, Inc., of Satellite B each, have installed the air conditioning units in nearly all of the H abitat homes that have been built. I am just happy to be involved with an organization that is helping give a hand up, and not a hand out, to people in our community, he said. When asked to sum up how he feels about working with Habitat, Mr. Baird concluded with a smile: It is the most enjoyable and fulfilling hard work you can do. And if I work hard enough, I can even skip the gym that day.Rick Baird: An avid supporter Photo courtesy of Habitat for Humanity, Inc.Rick Baird, left, pauses with Richard Randall at a Habitat for Humanity building site.By Andy SchirmacherAmerican Corps-Vista Volunteer / Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County F or more information or if y ou are selling your home or buying new, contact Abby Barbara, Broker/Owner.(321) 209-2229 B UYING? SELLING? WE SPEAKNEWHOMEAbbey Road Realty is your one-stop shopping center for all your real estate needs. Our agents cover the spectrum of real estate, from vacant property to new homes to luxury properties and everything in between. Our unique marketing capabilities make us the first choice for Orlando and Central Florida home sellers. We know where the buyers are. And we know how to get them to your listing. If you are thinking about a new home, dont make the $3,000 mistake! Talk to an Abbey Road agent before you talk to the new home developer. We can show you how to save thousands on your new home purchase.

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15BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL Humanity of Brevard County, Inc. (Habitat). A defining moment in the revitalization of the BTW neighborhood was when Habitat & BNDC, in partnership with the city of Melbourne, acquired and demolished all but two of the triplex units. In their place, Habitat built single-family townhomes, providing home ownership opportunities for 10 low-income families, and BNDC built 18 affordable rental units. The community renamed the development, Greater Heights A partments and Townhouses, to include renaming Kennedy Street after a well-known community resident and activist, Sister Irene S ummerford (Irene Summerford W ay). What is absent now is the onceov erwhelming crime reports. A ccording to crime statistics r eleased by the Melbourne Police D epartment: from 2002-07, there we re 61 violent crimes reported in the bottoms, and 941 other cases. Y et, from 2007-09, there have been NO violent crimes and only 31 other cases reported for the Greater Heights development. What a transformation! All of this was accomplished through the community recognizing a need, supporting and developing relationships with the existing anchor r esidents, and the community at large (government, churches, and businesses) investing time, talent and treasure to afford families an opportunity to live in a safe neighborhood. H abitat has provided 50 families the opportunity for homeownership between 1992 and 2012. H abitat now has the opportunity to provide two more families with the opportunity of homeownership in 2013. Habitat purchased the last two Kennedy Street apartment units (1976 and 1986 Southland Av enue) that have remained a crime challenge for the neighborhood. The home at 1976 Southland Av enue has been razed, with construction under way, of a two-bedr oom, single-family house for a local resident, Pauline Clark. P auline has lived in BTW her entire life; this truly in a new chapter in her life. S he is currently the vice president of the BTW Neighborhood Association and committed to keep BTW a safe place to raise her daughter. The house is being built in partnership with Brevard County Housing Finance Authority, the city of Melbourne and seven local churches (Holy Name of Jesus C atholic Community, First United M ethodist Church of Melbourne, Eastminster Presbyterian Church, Tr inity Presbyterian Church, St. Ma rk s Un ited Methodist Church, Nor thside Presbyterian Church,and Presbyterian Church of the Good Shepherd). The wallra ising took place on Feb. 16, 2013. The home at 1986 Southland Ave. will be another two-bedroom, single-family house for a Community of Hope graduate, Wendy Anderson. The house is sponsored by Harris C orporation. Harris has been an instrumental partner in the BTW r evitalization movement. The company partnered with BNDC projects of The DOCK, along with sponsoring and building five Habitat houses. Co nstruction is scheduled to begin in April 2013. Harris will be the bookend for the completion of the project, From the Bottoms to Greater Heights. BookerF rom page 6

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16BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL with a pancake breakfast that includes fresh strawberries, served with sausage, orange juice and coffee, she said. After breakfast, they can head over to the Open Car & B ike Show, where more than 300 antique, classic, custom, hot rod cars and bikes will be displayed or take a stroll through the rows of more than 150 arts and crafts vendors, featuring a variety of art mediums and displays. Entertainment will be provided under the Wickham Park Pavilion all weekend long, and children will not run out of things to do in the Ki d s Korner, from rock-climbing and the Monkey Bounce to a plethora of other games and activities. The Berry Patch 5K Run is always another fun event for athletes of all levels, kicking off Sunday, March 17 at 8 a.m. at the pavilion. N ew to the festival this year is a 360-foot adventure zip line, the inaugural Strawberry Shortcake Eating Contest, which will be Saturday at 12:30 p.m., and a chance to put your fishing skills to the test with Capt. Mike Badarack and the B ack Country Fly Fishing Association, Sunday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. M anny the Manatee will greet the little ones from noon to 3 p.m. on Sunday, while guests will have the opportunity, all weekend, to watch Leadership Brevard Class of 2013 and Habitat volunteers frame the exterior and interior walls of a house in just two days, Ms. Barr said. N on-perishables will also be collected for the Brevard Sharing C enters in the BCC parking lot on y our way into the festival, she added. B ut for some, the biggest draw to the festival will always be the hundreds of fresh, vine-ripe strawberr ies for sale that are picked up and delivered just two days before the event. Tw enty-five years is a major milestone for the organization and one that is worth celebrating, Ms. B arr said. Fr om humble beginnings at Fr ont Street Park, Habitats Strawberry Festival has grow into one of Br evard Countys largest annual family events, Ms. Barr said. The goal is to raise awareness and money to build homes with hardworking families in Brevard. As the success of the festival grows, so does Habitats ability to provide services to Brevard County residents in need of a hand up, not a handout. H abitat for Humanity of Brevard C ountys Strawberry Festival will be Saturday, March 16 and 17 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Wickham Pa rk M ain Pavilion. The organization hosts four major fundraisers each year, all of which are open to the public: The Str awberry Festival in March; the F athers Day Tool Drive in June; the Ha rd H ats & High Heels Gala in S eptember; and the Annual Christmas Appeal in December. F or more information about the O pen Car & Bike Show,call (321) 255-6473 or email strawfest@bellsouth.net. F or more information about the B erry Patch 5K Run,call (321) 7284009 or visit www.brevardhabitat.com. V isit Habitat for Humanity at www.brevardhabitat.com on Twitter at @BrevardHabitat or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/HabitatBrevardCounty for sponsorship or volunteer opportunities and the latest news and events.F estivalF rom page 4 T uesdays Painting Fun with Heather Everett. Painting instruction for children.$25 3:30-4:30pm Includes painting supplies and surface. Sign up required. 321-610-7116 or ocacart@cfl.rr.com T uesdays Art Classes by Lomazzo. Material &Techniques, Mobiles and Found Objects.$30 7-9pm Please call for more information. Sign up required. 321-610-7116 or ocacart@cfl.rr.com W ednesdays Date Nite at the OCAC. Your Table-for-2 will include a canvas and paints with$40 6-9pm additional art instruction if requested. Wine, coffee and refreshments available. Please call for reservations. 321-610-7116 Thursdays BYOB&C with Filipski. Bring your own bottle and canvas and Paint with$35 7-9pm the Master, Jeff Filipski. First Fridays First Friday Art Walk, Eau Gallie Arts District. New Exhibits at the FREE 5-9pm Off Center Art Center every First Friday. Saturdays Childrens Painting Workshop. Includes OCAC apron, painting supplies andFREE 10am-Noon surface. Sign up required. 321-610-7116 or ocacart@cfl.rr.comTo make reservations, sign up, or for more information call (321) 610-7116 Email: ocacart@cfl.rr.com

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17BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL r eturn on the communitys investment. What we have learned is the solutions we all seek are illusive and, in most cases, cannot be solved by an individual organization or program. It takes a collaborative effort between multiple organizations, gifted in the many areas of housing, family and community life, willing to work in harmony for the common good. I nspired by Br. Sofields presentation, I returned to work with three simple questions that helped transform Habitat, giving birth to a number of efforts that have contributed to the restoration of families, individuals and neighborhoods. The first questions I asked the staff were: What are our organizational gifts? What is it we dobest, while contributing to the common good of the community? The obvious answer was building quality houses. As the staff discussed the construction process, we identified our giftedness in relationship building, with our homebuyers, volunteer management and the communities in which we build. The next question was not as simple: What are we doing that diverts our attention from our primary giftedness, things that can be provided by another agency, with a complimentary vision and mission? This question opened our blinders to the opportunity to collabor ate with the Community Housing I nitiative, Inc. (CHI). CHI is a point of entry for clients, who are eligible for any number of available first-time homebuyer opportunities and grants. As CHI and Habitat dialoged, we found ourCollaborativeF rom page 2 See C OLLABORATIVE, 19 $200,000 per tax year. So what does it all mean? If C ompany A donates $10,000 cash to Habitat, Company A is eligible for a $5,000 rebate from the state of Florida. If Company B sponsors a whole house build at $45,000, Company B is eligible for 50 percent of the appraised value of the completed house. Its a win-win. F or more information,contact Bu rt C.Von Hoff,Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, D ivision of Community Development at (850) 717-8518, burt.vonhoff@deo.myflorida.co m or www.floridaenterprisezo ne.com. Contact Lisa Barr at (321) 7284009 or by emailing lisa@Breva rdH abitat.com. TaxF rom page 12 O utreach Coordinator, will help increase Habitats social media, marketing, community education and outreach. Andy is part of AmeriCorps V olunteers In Service To America ( VISTA) Program, which is the national service program designed specifically to fight poverty. Andy is a 1997 Rutgers University graduate with a degree in accounting. He is a member of Palmdale Presbyterian Church, where he was the mission chairman. He hopes to use his H abitat experience to help other nonprofits share their message with those they serve. Why does he volunteer with Habitat? I feel that Habitat makes a difference in peoples lives, changes communities and brings people closer together, he said.V olunteerF rom page 7 Ride with the #1 car insurer in Florida! New lower rates now available! Call for a quote. Alan E Wester Insurance Agency Inc. 577 Barnes Blvd., Rockledge, FL 32955 Bus:321-690-1700 Fax: 321-690-1702 email: alan@alanwester.comAlan E Wester Largest Music Store In Brevard County 1 0% OFF

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18BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL D espite her living conditions, Ms. Anderson kept her head up. I know there is a plan and that God is looking out for me, she said. S he applied for help from the state, which required her to do community service. I w ent through Brevard Workforce and got community service hours working for Goodwill. In July 2011, a part-time position opened, and I was hired at Goodwill because they liked my work ethic, she said. In A ugust, Ms. Andersons journey toward home ownership began. S he contacted Community of H ope, a not-for-profit organization, with a mission to provide transitional housing for homeless families, while they work to regain self-sufficiency. They had an opening in their twoy ear transitional housing program. Ms. Anderson and Colin moved into a single-family rental home, and three months later, Ms. Anderson was promoted to a full-time position. Ms. Anderson wanted a permanent housing solution and her work with Community of Hope led her to enter Habitats First-Time Homebuyers Program. I contacted Habitat about getting into housing, she said. They sent me to Community Housing Initiative, which does its intake paperwork and they helped me to fill out my application. In Mar ch 2012, the Habitat Board voted to accept Ms. Anderson and C olin into the family partner program. Each family entering Habitats F irst-Time Homebuyer Program must complete 200 hours of Sweat Eq uity before finishing of their home. I did 25 hours at another nonprofit, 25 hours of financial training, and Im done with 50 hours working on other Habitat partners homes, she said. In April, I will begin working on my own house and will be r eady to put in as much time as is needed to complete my home. The final component of the Habitat program involves each family partner investing 100 hours building his or her own home, with the sponsoring organization. I know that this has been a long r oad to get from where we have been to where we are going, Ms. Anderson said. But I have learned so much and grown so much from this process that I know it will all be worth it when Colin and I move into our new home. H abitat has always advocated working together to increase the r each and expand the services people need. What excited me about the partnership with Community of Hope was the alignment of our mission statements and our shared minister ial spirit to assist a family in need of affordable housing, said Deacon J oe Gassman, President of Habitat. T ogether, our organizations are becoming a true vision of a continuum of care for a family, where we walk with them from homelessness to homeownership. This has been a joy walking with Wendy and her son, as she achieves her dream of homeo wnership and rediscovers her confidence and community value. S top by the Kids Korner Prize Tent at the Strawberry Festival to say hello to Wendy and congratulate her on her new home! F or more information about Community of Hope,visit www.hopeofbrevard.com. F or more information about Habitats programs,visit www.BrevardH abitat.com.W endyF rom page 9 LIVE MUSIC WEEKENDSC OOLFROZENDRINKS WINE&BEER FREEWiFi HAPPY HOUR EVERYDAY$100OFF 2PM-6PMAll wines by the glass All draft & bottle beersSeating: 11am 10pm Tues-Sat 11am 9pm Sun CLOSED MONDAY I ntracoastal m.m. 101 2459 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne 321-253-8888www.BonefishWillys.com Whole Maine Lobster, Clam, Shrimp & Mussel Boil Every Sunday All DayI ndoor/Outdoor Dining O pen 6 Days L unch & Dinner C arry Outs Available Early Menu 4p-6p Tues-Thurs I ndoor/Outdoor Dining O pen 6 Days L unch & Dinner C arry Outs Available Early Menu 4p-6p Tues-ThursO utside Seating with Sun Shades &D ockside T iki Bar E njoy Bonefish Beach next to the Dock! O utside Seating with Sun Shades &D ockside T iki Bar E njoy Bonefish Beach next to the Dock! EXPERTINSTALLATION ANDREPLACEMENT ASKYOURNEIGHBORS! SHOWERENCLOSURES ALLSIZES &SHAPES HEAVYGLASS CUSTOMMIRRORS602 W.Eau Gallie Blvd. Melbourne,FL 32935 (321) 254-2911J ust West of Ace Hardware

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19BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL Leadership Class of 2013 participants in the Habitat Pow er of Small Project are: Linda Wynter, PNC Bank; S teven Terry, Sena-Tech, LLC; J oe Schmitt, Clear Channel O utdoor; Laura Anne Pray, Ber man, Hopkins, Wright & LaHam; Lori Parsons, Family C ounseling Center of Brevar d; Sheri McCorkell, Florida Power & Light; Allison J ones, DRS Technologies, ITS D ivision; Beth Gitlin, Florida I nstitute of Technologys W omens Business Center; and Margot Dorfman, U.S. W omens Chamber of Commerce. H abitat thanks the Leadership Class of 2013 for all if its hard work and for making a difference in our community, with their Power of Small Pilot Project, said Lisa Barr, V ice President of Development at Habitat. W e ve wanted to promote small, recurring donations, as a vehicle to eliminate substandard and inadequate housing from our community for some time, but needed extra hands and expertise to get it kicked off, she said. W e re very excited about this project. F or more information about the Power of Small, visit http://share.habitat.org/Pow erOfSmall. F or more information about LEAD Brevard and Leadership Brevard Class of 2014,visit http://leadbrevar d.org/.L eadF rom page 5 in-take processes to be virtually identical and in some cases a duplication of services. In our collaborative agreement, both organizations are free to focus on what we do best. R enewed in our mission and giftfocus the third question arose: What opportunities exist to use our giftedness to assist other service providers for the greater good of the community? This willingness to offer our r esources has led to a dynamic collabor ative effort between the Department of Labor (the funder), Brevard Community College, Brevard Public Schools and Habitat called Space Coast Youthbuild (SCYB). SCYB provides at-risk youth, ages 16 to 24, who do not have a high school diploma and are/have been in trouble with law enforcement, the opportunity to earn their GED, obtain construction trades skills. The SCYB program is opening doors, formerly closed, restoring a basic sense of human worth and dignity that often lead to a brighter future for the program participants. B esides the youths own academic achievements, they have assisted in the construction and rehabilitation of more than 44 houses in Brevard County within five years. The youth that are often viewed as tearing down their community are now literally rebuilding it. What we have learned by entering into these true collaborative efforts is as these opportunities expand, the quality of services improves and relationships grow deeper. B ut lets not fool ourselves into thinking collaboration is easy. Yet, accepting the challenge, being willing to fully trust, and taking the risk to be open and honest with one other is producing amazing community results.CollaborativeF rom page 17 Exit 183 off I-95 4835 W.Eau Gallie Blvd, Melbourne, FLUnder New Ownership/Management by Renningers Promotions www.superfleamarket.com www.renningers.comNew Vendors Weekly!(321)242-9124Brevards Largest Outdoor Shopping AttractionOver 900 Booths Open Every Friday,Saturday &Sunday 9am-4pmSuper Flea &FarmersMarket

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2BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL As our world grows more complex, time more rapid and needs more numerous, we have discovered that we can only meet the challenges we face when all the gifts given by our creator God are unleashed to work in harmony for the common good. This is the passionate vision of Br other Loughlan Sofield and Sister C arroll Juliano in their book, Collaboration: Uniting Our Gifts in Ministry. As I sat listening to Br. Sofield, it hit me that these concepts can be applied in response to our communitys need for affordable housing and the need for job opportunities for at-risk youth within our community. W ithin the past 10 years, we have seen the rise and fall of many programs, attempting to be and suggesting they are the solution for these issues. Each organizer feels they have the r ight stuff to crack the code to save our youth or develop the needed affordable housing lofty goals for any individual organization. We know this because Habitat was one of them. Literally, millions of dollars and volunteer hours are invested in our community, searching for the best approach, the most cost-effective method to produce the greatestW orking toward solutionsCOLLABORATION PRESIDENT / CEO HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF BREVARD COUNTY JOE GASSMAN See C OLLABORATIVE, 17 Photo courtesy of Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County, Inc.Collaboration is the only way! was the motto expressed by supporters during the Greater Heights Dedication Prayer.

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4BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL Hundreds expected at annual eventFESTIVAL FUN J ust as strawberries need the right envir onment and careful hands to grow, an organization as volunteer-driven as Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County, Inc., can only thrive with the best ingredients. S ince 1985, the nonprofit has worked hard to eliminate substandard and inadequate housing throughout Brevard County and has since served nearly 300 lowincome families with the opportunity to purchase a simple, decent, affordable home. H abitat has more than 5,000 active participants each year, made up of local residents, families, clubs, businesses, churches, as well as college students, who participate in Collegiate Challenges during Spr ing Break and retirees, who caravan around the country to Habitat builds, said Lisa Barr, Habitat Vice President of Development. T ogether, these volunteers have helped build 228 new homes, rehabilitate 47 existing homes and rebuild another 22. N one of this would be possible, however, without generous community donations, as well as local support for the four major fundraisers Habitat hosts each year. One of these events is the organizations 25th Annual Strawberry Festival, scheduled for March 16-17 at Wickham Park in Melbourne. The free two-day event, which has been known to attract families, couples and H abitat enthusiasts from throughout the state, will feature something for everyone. S trawberry Festival is a family-friendly event designed to remind people of a simpler time, Ms. Barr said. G uests can begin each day of the festival By T ammy Roberts FarmerManaging Editor / Hometown News T amara Johnson of Rockledge puts the final whipped cream topping on a strawberry short cake at a previous Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County Strawberry Festival at Wickham Park Pavilion in Melbourne. File artSee F ESTIVAL, 16 Monthly Live Jazz Concerts at the Cocoa Beach Country Club5000 Tom Warriner BlvdApril 14th 2 pm Sally Hartformer singer for Lawrence Welk ShowAdmission $10SCJSprovides music scholarships for Brevard County High School seniors.Concert schedule & tickets online at www.SpaceCoastJazzSociety.com 4391 DIXIE HIGHWAY NE PALM BAY, FL 329051/4 MILE SOUTH OF PALM BAY ROAD ON EAST SIDE OF US 1Ozzie Says Support Habitat for Humanity FULL MENU ITEMS INCLUDE: Blue Crab Seafood Steak Pasta Our Appetizers Include: Gator Tail, Smoked Mullet, Frog Legs, Cracked Conch, Escargot, Oysters RockefellerRESTAURANT& LOUNGE OPENDAILYAT11:00AM321-724-0009OZZIESCRABHOUSE OzziesFREEAppetizerBring in coupon &receive 1 FREE Appetizer $10 & under with every 2 entrees purchased. Limit One Coupon Per Table Expires 4/30/13 Thursday 7-11 pm Karaoke w/Ken Eddy 50 OFF well drinks Stop and See Our Beer Can CollectionMonday-Friday 3-7 pmBuy 1, Get 1 Free Draft(Bud, Bud Lite, Michelob Ultra)Ozzies Happy HourMon.-Fri. Lunch &Early Bird Specials T uesday 55 Oysters, Clams &Wings W ednesday Night Bluegrass Thursday Karaoke! Friday All-U-Can-Eat Fish Fry $11.95Fri., Sat. &Sun. Live Entertainment EARLY BIRDSPECIALSMon-Fri 3pm to 6pm

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5BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL 2 013 L eadership Brevard ClassPOWER OF SMALL The Class of 2013 arrived on its first day of Leadership Brevard and chose H abitat for Humanity of Brevard C ounty Inc.s (Habitat) proposed project as one of its class projects. B efore members hit the end of their nine-month LEAD Brevards Leadership Brevard Program, the Leadership Brevard Class of 2013 will hit some nails, as well. Right now, its just a pile of wood, said Laura Anne Pray of the Class of 2013.When were finished, those piles will be transformed into a three-bedroom house and will be named the Class of 2013s Leadership Brevard Build. Those piles of wood represent security and hope for a family in need of an affordable house and for our community, she added. The basis of the Power of Small project is, as individuals, we have the power to make significant and tangible changes in our community. What better way to kick off the pilot Pow er of Small project than during H abitats 25th Annual Strawberry F estival? W e couldnt be prouder of the effort and success the Leadership Class of 2013 is contributing to our mission, said Joe Gassman, Habitat Pr esident and CEO. The Class of 2013 will feature its Pow er of Small project to help educate the community and raise funds to build a house with the Gibson Fa mily and Habitat. The two-day build at the Strawberry F estival will complete the interior and exterior framing and be moved to 451 Stone Street in Cocoa, following the festival. Photo courtesy of Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County, Inc.V olunteers from the Class of 2013 Leadership Brevard Build participate in a wall-raising event earlier this year.See LEAD, 19

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6BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL Booker T. Washington (BTW) was the first black neighborhood in Eau Gallie and was once known as a thriving community, where pickup baseball games took place on empty lots, Sundays were for picnics, and children played freely in the small playground on the corner of Masterson and Southland. Through the years, drugs, addiction and alcoholism took root in the community. The crack cocaine craze brought a whole new set of challenges. The epicenter of much of this activity was the old Kennedy Str eet Apartments, known as The B ottoms where drug dealers, prostitution, guns and shootings were common place. N early every week, police were called out for crimes that would be considered shocking in other parts of Brevard County. Neighborhood association meetings and neighborhood watch meetings with police were poorly attended. A small number of residents wanted to see the neighborhood r eturn to the safe conditions once known. In 1991, an evangelical preacher, a former drug dealer, a disabled single father, and other r esidents joined together to restore BT W to the safe place it once was. J oining them were the city of Melbourne Police and Housing & Community Development Department, Br evard Neighborhood Development Coalition and Habitat for PRESIDENT / CEO HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF BREVARD COUNTY JOE GASSMANN EW H EIGHTSF rom the Bottoms upSee BOOKER, 15 Photo courtesy of Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County, Inc.Future homeowner Pauline Clark looks on as 1976 Southland is torn down. C ome Worship With Us!R ebuilding Families and Changing Lives R ebuilding Families and Changing Lives R ebuilding Families and Changing LivesS unday Worship 10:30 am C andlewood Suites2930 Pineda Causeway Viera, FL32940(Near N. Wickham Rd &Sellers Lane)S amuel M. Earl, Pastor321-345-7136www.MaranathaStl.orgContactus@MaranathaStl.orgS unday Worship 10:30 am C andlewood Suites2930 Pineda Causeway Viera, FL32940(Near N. Wickham Rd &Sellers Lane)S amuel M. Earl, Pastor321-345-7136www.MaranathaStl.orgContactus@MaranathaStl.org ALLAREWELCOMEMARANTHACHURCHMARANTHACHURCH P astor Samuel M. Earl

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7BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL H abitat for Humanity of Brevard C ounty, Inc. (Habitat) is excited to have two AmeriCorps Program volunteers to help increase our services to current and future Habitat families. W e are looking to improve Habitats family services and increase our r each in the community through the skills our AmeriCorps volunteers bring, said Charlotte Hutchinson, H abitats Vice President and COO. These two Brevard County volunteers have committed one year of service to working with Habitat to improve capacity building programs. Mer edith Fee, Family Service Coordinator, will focus on establishing a F amily Mentor Program to help guide new families from Habitat program application through their first year, as new Habitat homeowners. Mer edith is part of the AmeriCorps N ational Program, which has a goal of engaging AmeriCorps members in direct service and capacity building to address critical community needs. S he is a 2012 Florida State University graduate with a degree in Family and Children Sciences and a member of Holy Name of Jesus C atholic Community in Indialantic. She plans to attend law school next fall to pursue a career in human rights law. Why does she volunteer with Habitat? I think Habitat is an organization that promotes the dignity of human beings, and thats how I want to spend my life, she said. Andy Schirmacher, CommunityMeredith Fee & Andy SchirmacherVOLU NTEERINGBy Lisa BarrVice President of Development / Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County Habitat for Humanity volunteer Andy Schirmacher and future homeowner and volunteer Anita Gibson.Photos courtesy of Habitat for Humanity of Brevard Habitat volunteer Meredith Fee, center, along with Tiffany Ross and Suheil Gonzalez work on the roof of a Habitat Home in Melbourne.See VO LU NTEER, 17

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9BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL Ev eryone deserves a decent, affordable place to live, but for W endy Anderson and her son Colin, lifes situations made living in a house out of reach. Ms. Anderson lived in Brevard C ounty from 2003 until 2007. M y father got sick in Maine, so I moved to help take care of him, she said. When he passed in 2010, I r eturned to Brevard County to be close to my daughters. Ms. Anderson transferred her position, working as a certified nursing assistant for the Veterans Administration, from Maine to Orlando. Then her life began to unravel. The car I drove from Maine broke down, she said. Since I had just moved, I didnt have money to fix the car, so I lost my job in Orlando. W ithout the job, I was not able to pay my rent, so I lost my apartment and found myself moving in with my daughter. Moving in meant living in a tent in the backyard, since 12 people lived in a three-bedroom house. Affordable housing in Brevard C ounty Florida is hard to find. The average two-bedroom rental unit in Brevard County is $879 a month. In order to afford this rent, plus utilities, a household must earn $33,600 per year. Floridas minimum wage is $7.79 per hour, meaning one working person in a household cant afford rent. Who can help? WENDYS JOURNEYHome is where the heart is Colin and W endy Anderson volunteer at Habitats 24th annual Strawberry Festival.Photo courtesy of Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County, Inc. By Lisa BarrVice President of Development / Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County See WENDY, 18 Where Your First TanIs Always Free5000 N. Wickham Rd. Melbourne, FL32940Next to Fujiyama Steak House321-610-8971 Best Value in Brevard County!Latest in tanning technologies both UV and sunless tanning. Only salon in Brevard County to offer NEWVersa Spa Pro Heated Solutions.Also offering full body waxing,custom airbrushing. See IdealTans.com for more information. Buy One Month, Get SecondFREEAny Bed Must Present CouponFITBody Wrap AND T eeth Whitening$50Must Present Coupon

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Melbourne 321-308-0275V isit our Website for Weekly Specials DowntownProduce.com Br evard CountyEntertainmentSECTIONB FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 2013Dining &ARIES March 21-April 20Aries, take time to sort through some of the paperwork on your desk. You could find there is something important that you overlooked that needs to be addressed.TA URUS April 21-May 21T here are a few things you can't seem to work out in your head, Taurus. A better idea may be to put everything on paper and perhaps the answer will jump out.GEMINI May 22-June 21Gemini, there will be a few moments this week when you seem to have a breakthrough. Maybe it's in a relationship or you have just the right answers at work.CA NCE R June 22-July 22Surprising events are in store as you continue to change your views about life-altering events, Cancer. Y ou may find your master plan is entirely turned on its head.LEO July 23-Aug 23Leo, your energy level is so revved up that others won't be able to keep up with you. Y ou may have to slow down a little to let others catch up.VIRGO Aug. 24-Sept. 22Virg o, others find it difficult to change your opinion once you have your mind set on something. But it still helps to consider if the direction you're heading is the right way.LIBRA Sept. 23-Oct. 23Libra, you may be feeling a little homesick, especially if you are away on business orOut & about MELBOURNE One of the most anticipated cultural events of the year has arrived. The 17th annual I ndiafest will be held at the Wickham Pavilion in M elbourne from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, March 9, and from 11 a.m. to 5 p .m. on Sunday, March 10. C elebrating 100 years of the captivating cinema, known as Bollywood, this years theme is sure to be a crowd-pleaser. The Indian cinema industry is considered the largest movie industry in the world, producing more movies than Hollywood each year, said N ina Gadodia, chairwoman and founder of I ndiafest. The industry has changed considerably through its 100-year existence. I ndiafest is a volunteeroperated, nonprofit cultural organization known for its charitable efforts to several local charities, including parent organization, Manav M andir. This year, the organization has selected Sentinels of Freedom as the special charity, Mrs. Gadodia said in a press release. W e chose Sentinels of Freedom after seeing the need to help out our r eturning heroes, as they r ehabilitate in the society, Mrs. Gadodia said. Those who are attending Indiafest for the first time can expect a wide r ange of entertainment. There will be many booths run by Floridas finest Indian restaurants, serving an array of Indian cuisine, Mrs. Gadodia said. There will also be vendors from around the country selling Sarris, other Indian clothing, fine and costume jewelry, and hand-crafted and home dcor artifacts of India. A Discover India booth will exhibit artifacts and history of Years of Indian Cinema, with a theatre presenting the history of Bollywood. D ances and musical performances, as well as the signature fashions show, will be alive with the beats of Bollywood on both days, Mrs. Gadodia added. F un for the whole family, Indiafest also has a y outh activity booth, educating and entertaining children with handson activities, including movie-making workshops. W ith an appeal to many walks of life, Indiafest strives to bring people together. This is a communitybased organization which promotes multiculturalism and a healthy coexistence, Mrs. Gadodia said. W e encourage our community and all ethnic backgrounds to come learn the dances and then perform them together. I ndiafest will be at W ickham Park Pavilion, on Saturday,March 9, from 10 a.m.to 6 p.m.,and S unday,March 10,from 11 a.m.to 5 p.m. T ickets are $5 for adults, $2 for children ages 6-12, with free admission for children 5 and younger. V isit www.indiafestbrevar d.org for more information.The Luck of the Irish movies at the libraryT he Cocoa Beach Public Library, in its Luck of the Irish free Friday movies, will present will present the following in March: March 8: War of the Buttons March 15: The Quiet Man March 22: Waking Ned Devine March 29: In America T hese are free matinees at 3 p.m., celebrating the Emerald Isle. T he library is at 550 N. Brevard Ave., Cocoa Beach. F or more information, call (321) 8681104.Spring Spectacular at the auditoriumT he Seaside Piecemakers Quilt Club will present its Spring Spectacular, featuring an Evening With Eleanor Burns, 7-9 p.m. Friday, March 8 at the Melbourne Civic Auditorium, 625 E. Hibiscus Blvd., Melbourne. Pre-paid tickets cost $25 per person and $30 the evening of the event. Eleanor Burns is the Quilters Hall of F ame Honoree 2012. F or more information, visit www.eassidepiecemakers.com, email j19mcx2@aol.com or call (321) 6314600.Chamber music beachsideT he Melbourne Chamber Music Society will present the world renowned Pacifica String Quartet on Capt Hirams: Greg & Br ian will play at 4 p.m. and Orange Avenue will play at 7:30 p.m. Friday. The Tree Fr ogs will play at 2 p.m. and Orange Avenue will play at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. The Big C oque will play at 2 p.m. and Greg Vadimsky will play at 6 p.m. Sunday. Kevin McC ullers will play at 6 p .m. Monday. Coque Duo acoustic rock will play at 6 p .m. Tuesday. Micah Read D uo acoustic rock, classic r ock, rock and top 40 will play at 6 p.m. Wednesday. Ladies night with Hypersona duo will be at 7 p.m. Thursday. Capt Hirams is at 1580 S. U.S. Highway 1, S ebastian.F or more information,call (772) 589-4345. Cheers 2 U Bar: Live trivia is 5-7 p.m. and Kar aoke Plus by Doc is 9 p .m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. Bar bingo is 2-4 p.m. Sunday. O pen mic jam is 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday. Cheers 2 U is at 2086 Sarno Road, M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2549411. Coconuts on the Beach: Per fect Tuesday will play at 7 p.m. Friday. Lights Out Pr oject will play at 2 p.m. S aturday. Jimmi Mazz will play at 2 p.m. Sunday. K irsten will play at 7 p.m. T uesday. Chris Miller will play at 7 p.m. Wednesday. T ed Villareal will play at 7 p .m. Thursday. Coconuts is at 2 Minutemen Causeway, C ocoa Beach. F or more information,call (321) 7841422. Earls Hideaway: The R andy Skirvin Band will play at 8:30 p.m. Friday. R ock Foundation will play at 2 p.m. and Strobe will play at 8:30 p.m. Saturday. J immy Thackery will play at 2 p.m. Sunday. Earls is at 1405 Indian River Drive, S ebastian. F or more information,call (772) 5895700. Fill-N-Station Saloon: J ohnny Rock 1 and Linda Lavis will host Southern T alent Karaoke 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday See S CENE, B2 See SCOPES, B4V ibrant culture, cinema celebrated at IndiafestClub Scene File artMilli Patel, 6, of Suntree performs a traditional Rajasthani dance on stage during last years Indiafest at Wickham Pavilion in Melbourne. See OUT, B2 W eek of 3-8-2013 By Amanda Hatfieldahatfield@hometownnewsol.com

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F riday, March 8 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Marks United Methodist Church, Highway A1A, Indialantic. T he program will include works of Haydn, Shostakovitch and Ravel. Tickets cost $30 for adults, $15 for students and are available by phone at (321) 2 13-5100, on the internet at MelbourneChamberMusicSociety.com and at the door.A Grand Night For SingingT he Henegar Center for the Arts in Melbournes downtown theatre district has announced its spring musical,A Grand Night For Singing, the Tony A ward-nominated musical revue by Rodgers and Hammerstein. The show will run March 8-24. A Grand Night For Singing opened the 1994 Broadway season with flair and distinction, earning two Tony nominations, including Best Musical. Rodgers and Hammersteins founding fathers probably never imagined Shall We Dance? as a comic pas de deux for a towering beauty and her diminutive admirer, nor didthey suspect that one day, a lovelorn young lad might pose the musical question How do you solve a problem like Maria? But thats precisely the kind of invention lavished upon this revue, with innovative musical arrangements, including a sultry Andrews Sisters-esque Im Gonna Wash That Man Right Out-a My Hair, a swingin Honeybun worthy of the Modernaires, and a jazzy Kansas City, which leaves no question about how terrifically up-to-date the remarkable songs of R&H remain. F eaturing beloved songs from The King and I, South P acific, State Fair and more, the play provides new life for these signature songs, echoing the timelessness of Rodgers and Hammersteins work. A Grand Night For Singingis directed by Maureen Fallon, and the talented vocal cast includes Sean Alton, Jessie Armstrong, W alter Clapp, Margaret Cross, Don Cross, Joseph Held, Rob Landers, Michelle Lee, Shari Milian and Tee Rockwell. Sue Diebel is conducting the eight-piece orchestra that will be performing onstage in the garden party setting. Dont miss this magical, musical revue at the Henegar Center for the Arts at 8 p.m. F riday and Saturdays, with Sunday matinees at 2 p.m. at the Henegar Center for the Arts, 625 E. New Haven Ave., in Melbournes Downtown T heatre District. T ickets cost $23 for adults, $21 for seniors and $16 for students, plus handling fees. Reserved tickets may be purchased at the Henegar Center Box Office Monday through Friday. Love, sex and the I.R.S.Surfside Players ushers in the tax season with the farce Love, Sex and the I.R.S. by W illiam Van Zandt and Jane Millmore, directed by Troy Jones. T ax season is upon us, and if youre looking for ways to score a refund, heres an example of what not to do. Jon Trachtman and Leslie Arthur, out-of-work musicians rooming together in New York, are listing each other as married on tax returns to save money. T he day of reckoning comes when the I.R.S. informs the couple theyre going to be investigated by a Mr. Spinner. Leslie masquerades as a housewife, aided by Jons fiancee Kate. Complicating matters further, Leslie and Kate are having an affair behind Jons back. Jons mother drops in unexpectedly to meet her sons fiancee, and Leslies exg irlfriend shows up demanding to know why Leslie has changed and wont see her anymore. T he show performs March 82 4, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. T ickets cost $18 for adults, $16 for seniors and active military personnel, $13 for students, and opening night is buy one, get one free night! (Caution: Contains occasional profanity.) The play is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc. (www.samuelfrench.com) The box office at (321) 78331 27 has a live operator T uesdays through Fridays from 2-4 p.m., and one hour before performances. Plus, you may purchase tickets for any show in the rest of the season at www.surfsideplayers.com. The Surfside Playhouse is on Ramp Road, in Cocoa Beach. F ourth annual golf tournamentT he Fourth Annual Darren Daulton Golf Tournament, sponsored by Yuengling, will be Saturday, March 9 at Mallards Landing Golf Course, 2750 Lake Washington Road, Melbourne. T here will be an 8 a.m. sign in and an 8:30 a.m. tee time. T here will be raffle prizes, sports memorabilia prizes, barbecue, Yuengling beer and more at Mugs Pub, 3250 Lake W ashington Road, Melbourne. Special guests at the tournament will be: Darren Daulton, Steve Deberg and Dick Yuengling. Cost is $250 per foursome. T he event will benefit ifionlyhad.org. T he Darren Daulton F oundation was formed by former Philadelphia Phillies catcher and three-time All-Star Darren Dutch Daulton. The foundation teams up with other national charities in P ennsylvania and Florida to help the homeless and to support youth sports around the country. Steve Deberg is a retired American football quarterback, whose career spanned 21 years over three decades. Quarterbacks, like Peyton Manning and others, have studied Mr. Debergs playaction techniques. F or more information, email tperri@darrendaulton.com or call (321) 749-2222.Art of Sand at the zooT oyota of Melbourne and Lexus of Melbourne will present Art of Sand 2013 to benefit the arts in Brevard now through Memorial Day, at the Brevard Zoo, 8225 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. T his years exhibit will feature more than 13 sand sculptures that trace the history of wildlife and human beings in Florida from prehistoric times through the present. T he zoo is open daily 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cost is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors and $2 for children (on top of regular zoo admission). F or more information, visit www.artofsand.org.March MedleyT he West Melbourne March Medley will be 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, March 9 at West Melbourne Community Park, 3 000 Minton Road, West Melbourne. Th ere will be indoor and outdoor activities, including arts and crafts, rummage sale, food vendors, farmers market, pony rides, petting zoo, hand painting and open mic/karaoke. V endors may rent 10x10 outdoor spaces for $15 and 6foot indoor spaces for $20. T he event is sponsored by the West Melbourne Recreation Department. To register for vendor spaces or more information, call (321) 837-7 779.P et photos with the Easter BunnyT he Friends For Animals Sanctuary will present Pet Photos with the Easter Bunny 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, March 9 at Pet Supermarket, 4100 N. Wickham Road, Suite 107A, No. 129, Melbourne. No appointments are necessary. There will be goodie bags and raffle prizes. F or a $10 donation, receive a framed 4X6 color photo. Proceeds will benefit homeless animals in paying for the medical expenses of the animals, which Friends for Animals Sanctuary rescues. All pets must be on a leash or in appropriate carriers and have current vaccinations and tags, for the safety of other animals and friends. F or more information, visit www.friends4animalssanctuary.org or call (321) 259-9627.P ops orchestra to performT he Space Coast Pops Orchestra will present March Merriment for the third concert of its 27th Annual Season Subscription Series at 2:30 p.m.Saturday, March 9 at the Merritt Island First Baptist Church on S.R. 520 and Courtenay Parkway, Merritt Island. Conductor Candler Schaffer will direct the Pops Orchestra inThe Flight to Neverland, Come Fly With Me, The St. Louis Blues, Jupiter, The Bringer of Jollity, Over the Rainbow, It Dont Mean a T hing, Blues in the Night and otherclassics. He will also present guest artist Brian Gatchell, a wellknown local and worldwide pianist and merchant in key brands of keyboards. Mr. Gatchel will perform Phantom Piano of the Opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Piano Concerto in A minor (Adagio) by Edvard Grieg and Gershwins Concerto in F for piano and orchestra (Allegro). Single concert tickets are $20 for general admission in advance at ticket outlets and $3 extra at the door. Call (321) 632-7445 for more information, ticket outlet locations and single concert reserved seat tickets.Brevard Walk of FameEckerdpresents the 2013 Brevard Walk of Fame gala, recognizing some of the most prominent and influential business and community leaders and celebrities in Central Florida Saturday, March 9 from 6-9 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Space Coast Convention Center, 301 Tucker Lane, Cocoa (S.R. 520 and I-95). T he Celebrity VIP Mingle begins at 5:30 p.m. T he 2013Brevard Walk of F amehonorees include: United States Sen.Bill Nelson, Community Credit Union presidentDavid Brock, Space Florida president and CEOnights. The Fill-N-Station S aloon is at 2685 U.S. H ighway 1, Mims. F or more information,call (321) 3830053. G ood Times Beer & Wine: R andy Crider and D ual Explosion will host karaoke 8 p.m. to midnight T uesday through Saturday. Good Times is at 1565 Sarno R oad, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 6108991. Grills Seafood & Tiki Bar Port Ca naveral: The F abulous CTs will play 7:3011:30 p.m. Friday. Chris M iller will play 2-6 p.m. and D elgado will play 7:30-11:30 p .m. Saturday. The Vibe will play 2-6 p.m. Sunday. J ohnny Danger will play at 6 p .m. Wednesday. Jay Croiser will play at 5 p.m. Thursday. Grills at the Port is at 505 G len Cheek Drive, Cape C anaveral. F or moreinformation,call (321) 868-2226. Grills Seafood & Tiki Bar Riverside: K attyshack will play 7:30-11:30 p.m. Friday. J ohnny Danger will play 2-6 p .m. and Dont Quit Your D ay Job will play from 7:3011:30 p.m. Saturday. The J ohn Quinlivin Band will play 2-6 p.m. Sunday. Jason Domulot will play at 6 p.m. W ednesday. Duck and Cover will play at 5 p.m. Thursday. Grills Riverside is at 6075 N. U.S. Highway 1, Melbourne F or more information,call (321) 242-8999. Ichabods Beachside: B eachside trivia on the deck under the stars is 7-9:30 p .m. Wednesday nights, hosted by Lloyd Middlestead and Kevin Denelsbeck, with some adult content. Ichabods Beachside is at 2320 N. Highway A1A, Indialantic. F or more information,call (321) 7770214. International Palms R esort: M agic & Mayhem is a buffet dinner, magic and comedy show every Saturday. Dinner starts at 6 p.m., with the show at 7:15 p.m. C ost is $19.95 for adults and $15.95 for children. The I nternational Palms Resort and Conference Center is at 1300 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa B each. F or more information and reservations,call (800) 206-2747.Group rates are available. Loggerhead Bar & Grille: Kar aoke is every Wednesday night 7-11 p.m. Logerheads is at 3830 Highway A1A, M elbourne Beach.F or more information,call (321) 7255900. Open Mikes: F unk jam is 6-9 p.m. Monday. Open jam is 6-9 p.m. Tuesday. Adult comic night is 6-9 p.m. W ednesday. Spoken work and open mic night is 6-9 p .m. Thursday. Friday is jazz jam night from 6-9 p.m. B and showcase night is 6-9 p .m. Saturday. Open Mikes is at Florida Discount M usic, 454 N. Harbor City Blv d., U.S. Highway 1, M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2545645. OzziesCrabhouse: Matt R oberts will play 6-10 p.m. Fr iday. Steve Cowden will play 6-10 p.m. Saturday. S uper Cats Lite will play 5-9 p .m. Sunday. Atlantic B luegrass will play 7-9 p.m. W ednesday. Karaoke with K en Eddy will be 7-11 p.m. Thursday. Ozzies is at 4391 D ixie Highway N.E., Palm Bay. F or more information, call (321) 724-0009. Rustys Seafood & Oyster Bar: J on Parrot will play 5-9 p .m. Tuesday. Rustys is at 628 Glen Cheek Drive, Port C anaveral.F or more information,call (321) 783-2033. Sand Dollar Bar: Kar aoke with Danno is every Friday and Saturday night at 8 p.m. The Sand Dollar is at 260 N. Orlando Ave ., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-0107. Sebastian Beach Inn: Kar aoke with Kenneth will be at 7 p.m. Friday. Plan B will play at 3 p.m. Saturday. The Rhythm will play at 2 p .m. Sunday. The Sebastian B each Inn is at 7035 S. H ighway A1A, Melbourne B each. F or more information,call (321) 728-4311. Siggys American Bar: D ance party with DJ Chris will be at 8 p.m. with A bsolute Blue playing from 9 p.m. to closing Friday. D ance party with DJ Chris will be at 8 p.m. with Luna P earl playing from 9:30 p.m. to closing Saturday. The NASCAR Kobalt Tools 400 will be at the Las Vegas M otor Speedway at 3 p.m. S unday. Karaoke with Charles & Lissa will be at 9 p .m. Wednesday. Acoustic night with Drive is at 7 p.m. Thursday. Siggys is at 1153 M alabar Road N.E., Palm Bay. F or more information, call (321) 952-0104. Squid Lips Melbourne: Live Pan will play at 3 p.m. Fr iday. Johnny Danger will play at 2 p.m. Sunday. Billie Lee will play at 6 p.m. T uesday. Savannah Wind will play at 6 p.m. Wednesday. John Qs Heartbreaker and friends jam session will be at 6 p.m. Thursday. Squid Lips is at 1477 Pineapple Ave ., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2593101. Wet Spot: J am night with R ockShot will be from 7-11 p .m. Wednesday. All musicians are welcome. The Wet S pot is at 3650 Dixie Highway N.E., Palm Bay. For more information,call (321) 728-3055. Editors note: To have your music venue listed in the Club Scene,email your schedules to brevnews@hometownnewsol.com, fax them to (321) 242-1281 or provide a website where the information may be found. F riday, March 8, 2013 B2 MelbourneHometown News $7.95Every Day $8.951600 S. Wickham Rd., Melbourne409-8217 Now Open 7 Da y s A Week 11:00am 10:00pmCRISPYWRAPS ORFLATBREAD MEDITERRANEAN CUCUMBERWITH W ASABISAUCE NEWCHEFSITALIAN SPECIAL HAM, CAPICOLLA, SALAMI,PROSCIUTO, SWEETPEPPER, RELISH, ONION,TOMATO, FRESHBASIL, FRESHMOZZARELLA, WITHFRIES Monday & Tuesdays$11.95 Fried Boat Shrimpw/ French Fries, Slaw & Salad$10.95 1lb. 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Scholarship availableO ceanside Charter Chapter of the American B usiness Womens Association is offering a $2,000 scholarship to a deserving area student. Each year, local chapters of ABWA provide Stephen B ufton memorial scholarships to female students who will be attending accreditedUnited States colleges, universities and community/vocational schools. A pplicants must be citizens of the United S tates, residents of Br evardCounty and attending college in August 2013 with a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale. E ligible women interested in applying for the scholarship should contact Anita C arbone at acarbone@cfl.rr.com. A pplications can be found at www.sbmef.org and must be completed by Mar ch 29.Beachside facilities availableThe city of Satellite Beach has indoor and outdoor facilities for activities and for rent. They include: Pelican Beach Clubhouse: capacity 70 Pelican Beach Park pavilions: six, capacity 1270 Skatepark: soccer and football fields Dog Park: walking trail DRS Community Center: gymnasium, game room, meeting rooms and dance studios DeSoto Recreation C omples: tennis and r acquetball courts Samsons Island Nature Par k: 52-acre park accessible by boat with public transportation S undays Hightower Beach Park: educational boardwalk dune crossover F or more information,call the Satellite Beach Recreation Department 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.Monday through F riday at (321) 773-6458 or visit www.satellitebeachrecreation.org.Sustained long-term climate warmingNASA scientists say 2012 was the ninth warmest of any year since 1880, continuing a long-term trend of rising global temperatures. W ith the exception of 1988, the nine warmest ye ars in the 132-year record all have occurred since 2000, with 2010 and 2005 r anking as the hottest years on record. NASAs Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New Yor k, which monitors global surface temperatures on an ongoing basis, recently r eleased an updated analysis that compares temperatures around the globe in 2012 to the average global temperature from the mid-20th century. The comparison shows how Earth continues to experience warmer temperatures than several decades ago. The average temperature in 2012 was about 58.3 degrees Fahrenheit (14.6 C elsius), which is 1.0 F (0.6 C) warmer than the mid20th century baseline. The average global temperature has rose about 1.4 degrees F (0.8 C) since 1880, according to the new analysis. Scientists emphasize that w eather patterns always will cause fluctuations in average temperature from y ear to year, but the continued increase in greenhouse gas levels in Earths atmosphere assures a long-term rise in global temperatures. Each successive year will not necessarily be warmer than the year before, but on the current course of greenhouse gas increases, scientists expect each successive decade to be warmer than the previous decade. F or images related to the data,visit http://go.nasa.gov/10wqit w.V olunteer coordinators needed for programThe American Cancer S ociety has an urgent need for volunteer coordinators to manage the Road to R ecovery programs daily drivers in Brevard County. The Road to Recovery program is operated by volunteers who drive local cancer patients to and from lifesaving chemotherapy and/or radiation treatments. The society needs volunteer coordinators to match patients with drivers and schedule trips to and from treatments. An integral part of treating cancer successfully is making sure cancer patients receive their treatments, but many find making transportation arrangements is a challenge. The American Cancer S ociety provided more than 3,100 cancer patients with r ides to treatment in F lorida last year. If you or someone you know can help this program continue to get patients to their treatments,call Gina B ecker at (407) 581-2535 or email gina.becker@cancer.org.Center gets new artistic directorThe Henegar Center for the Arts in Downtown Melbourne has announced that Ha nk Rion of Indialantic will jointhe staff as itsartistic director, effective mid F ebruary, initially on a parttime basis. He will assume the position full-time in mid-May. Mr. Rion has extensive education and experience in all aspects of theatrical production. He is currently director of the drama department in the Satellite High School F ine Arts Academy, where he has directed the awardwinning program for more than five years. Pr eviously (2001-07,) he was an assistant professor at the College of the Albemarle in Elizabeth City, N.C. He served as its Fine Arts Department chairman from 2003 to 2005. He has performed in several national tours, including Grease and nd Str eet. He r eceived his Bachelor of Fine Arts theater arts from Valdosta State University and his master of fine arts in directing from the CUNYBrooklyn College. F or more information, call (321) 537-0531,(321) 723-8698 or visit www.henegar.org. The Henegar Center for the Arts is at 625 E.New Hav en Ave.,Melbourne. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, March 8, 2013 Melbourne B3 ALLYOUCANEAT!ALLYOUCANEAT!ALLYOUCANEAT!$795Lunch*$1095Dinner**Beverages are not included in prices quoted BabcockNASA BLVD.WalgreensGREEN APPLE SEEDS ALLYOUCANEAT!Buffet Includes :Portion Controlled 6 oz.Prime Rib Fried Shrimp Grilled SalmonEvery Night Prime Rib With Us! No Take outBUFFETSPECIAL MONDAY&TUESDAY$795AllDay*BUFFETWEDNESDAY-SUNDAYNew Menu Items Available Breakfast Buffet$495GREENAPPLESEEDSAmerican &Oriental BUFFETGREENAPPLESEEDSAmerican &Oriental BUFFET835 S. 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William M. PrendergastArmy Pfc. William M. Prendergast has graduated from Basic Combat Tr aining at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla. Pfc. Prendergast is the son of Pam J ones and brother of Angela Jones, both of Palm Bay. He is a 1997 graduate of Palm Bay H igh School, Melbourne. He earned an associate degree in 2003 from Br evard Community College, Palm Bay.Sharlot Q. DaviesAir Force Airman Sharlot Q. D avies graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air For ce Base, San Antonio, Texas. Airman Davies is the daughter of Scarlet Davies of Melbourne, and granddaughter of Gerie Johnson of B ismarck, N.D. S he is a 2011 graduate of Viera H igh School, Viera.Jessica L. LamptonAir Force Airman 1st Class Jessica L. Lampton graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air For ce Base, San Antonio, Texas. Airman Lampton is the daughter of Susan Porche of Melbourne. F riday, March 8, 2013 B4 MelbourneHometown News Dr. Denture Quality Dentures Reasonable Fees Competitive Prices Medicaid AcceptedOne Day Service for Relines and RepairsDeluxe Dentures Starting at $660 full set $400 singleAstron 1180 Hypoallergenic Acrylic available $50 extraCall for appointment: 321-259-1949313 N. BABCOCK ST. MELBOURNE 418 N. Harbor City Blvd., Melbourne (Next to Dels Freeze)(321) 610-4688www.ODC1.com Mon.-Thurs. 9am-6pm Fri &Sat. 9am-8pm Sun 12-6pm 60%OFRETAILORLESS! LIQUIDATIONS RETURNS -OVERSTOCKSmall Appliances Microwaves Hardware Health &Beauty Products Sporting Goods Toys Housewares Barbeque Grills Patio Furniture Home Decor &Accessories Furniture Linens, Towels Bedding Floor Lamps Home Office From Major Retailers such as Wal-Mart! Hair Accessoriesstarting at $1.00 Luggagestarting at $9.99 Lightingstarting at $3.00 Comforter Sets, Spreads, Linenstarting at $9.99 Kitchen Appliancesstarting at $5.00 Laundry Detergent $5.00 Softener $3.00 Dishwasher Tabs $5.00 T oolsstarting at 75 SAVINGSTOTHERESCUE C ome Worship With Us! S unday Worship 10:30 am C andlewood Suites2930 Pineda Causeway Viera, FL32940(Near N. Wickham Rd &Sellers Lane)S amuel M. Earl, Pastor321-345-7136www.MaranathaStl.orgContactus@MaranathaStl.orgP astor &Lady Samuel M. Earl ALLAREWELCOME CASINO BUSNOW 5 DAYS A WEEK!YOU PAY ONLY$35YOU RECEIVE$40 T AMPA From Brevard CountyFREE PLAY1-866-928-4375 Ext 1Use Dots Buses Anywhere-FL & USAFL Seller of Travel Reg No 15763 19 01 Debroodt Rd. SW P alm Bay, FL 32908www.relayforlife.org/palmbayfl 321-253-0361 ext. 5758 New Office of Paul L. Winslow, III, M.D. Join Us On Friday, March 8thCall for an appointment (321) 622-5650Monday-Friday 8am-5pm Most insurances acceptedAnytime between 4 pm-7 pm 1649 W. Eau Gallie Blvd., Suite 201(across the street from Eau GallieHighSchool) March 19thSearstown Mall 5:00-8:00 pmMarch 19thSample delightful treats and see all the products and/or services offered from area businesses, food vendors, restaurants and caterers. You wont want to miss out attending this annual sell-out event! Tickets can be purchased at the Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce, 2000 South Washington Avenue, Titusville, FL32780 or online @www .Titusville .or g Advance Tickets Available$15.00 per person| $20.00 at doorF or more information call267-3036 Military Noteson vacation. Try to make the most of the situation even if you're feeling nostalgic.SCORPI O Oct. 24-Nov. 22Scorpio, if it seems like nothing is going your way, keep in mind there is a master plan in the works. You may not be able to see the resolution, but just be patient.SAG ITTARIUS Nov 23-Dec 21Sagittarius, there are a few puzzle pieces that you need to get into place and then you'll have everything worked out. Reward yourself with a night out.CAPRI CO RN Dec .22-Jan. 20Capricorn, lay low for a while rather than drumming up some trouble. Tempting as it is to stir the pot; it may cause more difficulties for you in the long run.AQ UARIUS Jan 21-Feb 18Aquarius, although you have a few projects on your to-do list, you can't seem to get started. Instead of looking at the entire list, tackle one task at a time and you'll get the job get done.PIS CE S Feb. 19-March 20Pisces, turn your thoughts to creative efforts and you'll find the days will just fly by. Before you know it, the weekend will be here.ScopesF rom page B1 YOUR LOCAL NEWS & INFORMATION SOURCE

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Ruth Ann KinneyR uth Ann Kinney, 75, of S atellite Beach, died S unday, Feb. 17, 2013. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, 1001 S. H ickory St., Melbourne.W endy Adams-WeigelW endy Adams-Weigel, 50, of Melbourne, died Monday, Fe b. 18, 2013. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, 560 M ontreal Ave., Melbourne.Audrey A. AverillA udrey A. Averill, 82, of M elbourne, died Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, 1286 S. U.S. Highway 1, Rockledge.John DoranJ ohn Doran, 76, of Melbourne Beach, died W ednesday, Feb. 20, 2013. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, 560 M ontreal Ave., Melbourne.Marjorie HullM arjorie Hull, 85, of M elbourne, died Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, 1286 S. U.S. Highway 1, Rockledge.Dorothy A. WhitmanDorothy A. Whitman, 76, of Melbourne, died Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, 1001 S. H ickory St., Melbourne.Margaret Lucille ReardonMar garet Lucille Reardon, 83, of Melbourne, died S aturday, Feb. 23, 2013. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, 560 www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, March 8, 2013 Melbourne B5 Swing ThroughParadise At An Introductory Price Swing ThroughParadise At An Introductory PriceAquarina Country Club Aquarina Country Club 7500 S. Highway A1A MelbourneBeach Call (321) 676-8923 for tee times. Or book online at AquarinaGolf.comSublime Golf IsJust 5 Minutes North of Sebastian Inlet Sublime Golf IsJust 5 Minutes North of Sebastian Inlet Sublime Golf IsJust 5 Minutes North of Sebastian Inlet Sublime Golf IsJust 5 Minutes North of Sebastian Inlet Play 18 Holes Every Saturday & Sunday Thru April for only $2500 cart included Every WednesdayItalian Night18 holes w/cart &dinnerfor only $3000 Call Brassie Grille for menu(321) 327-3409Sublime Golf IsJust 5 Minutes North of Sebastian InletW elcome To Aquarina CountryClub!after 3 pmAquarina Country Club offers players a beautiful challenge By Chris Fish cfish@hometownnewsol.com MELBOURNE BEACH -President of Aquarina Country Club Billy Graham hopes the golf course at his club offers players an e xperience they will never forget. "It's the journey of the course that matters," Mr. Graham said. "I have played this course multiple times, switching (the tees into different spots), and it's always a new experience." However, nearly four y ears ago, the course was heading on a steady decline since its first opening in 1995, and, by the spring of 2012, it was plagued with muddy g reens and trees hindering players' games. But, with the help of community volunteering from some of Aquarina's 360 residents, coupled with the tender care of its staff, the greens of Aquarina returned to its natural state by November 2012. "We have had quite a bit of financial and labor donated from the residents," Mr. Graham said. "It was an incredible amount." What once was completely unplayable, the semi-private, oceanto-river course now provides golfers a challenging playing e xperience, all in the presence of friendly Florida wildlife within the Archie Carr National W ildlife Refuge. The 18-hole, par-62 v enue extends to 4,313 yards from the longest tees with twists, sand, w ater, woods and turns. This design allows each area of the course breathing room for play, with each hole offering a unique and challenging test for players, including play around mangrove marshes and 11 lakes. Golfers can also fish, as the course allows docking from the Indian River, and, once they are f inished, they can be picked-up in a golf cart and driven directly to the course to start their game. Also, for those looking to have a casual evening, the country club offers "The Brassie Grille," an eatery offering breakfast, lunch, Wednesday night Italian Night, a weekend dinner menu and a fully stocked bar. Aquarina Country Club is located at 7500 S. Highway A1A in Melbourne Beach. The club offers golfing, dining, tennis, fishing, birding, e xotic wildlife-watching, beachcombing along the Atlantic and boating on the Indian River. F or more information, visit them online at www.aquarinagolf.com. Aquarina Country Club PGA Professional Jim Stemble plays the course which is nestled between the Atlantic and Indian River. LETUSPAYYOU THEMOST CA$H FORYOURGOLD LETUSPAYYOU THEMOST CA$H FORYOURGOLD LETUSPAYYOU THEMOST CA$H FORYOURGOLD Melbourne Financial CenterChase Bank Bldg(NOT in the Mall) (corner of W. New Haven &Evans Rd) 1990 W. New Haven Ave., Suite 102WMelbourne, FL321-821-4947www.SquareDealGold.comBrevard Countys #1 Gold Buyer! Brevard Countys #1 Gold Buyer! Over 20,000 People Cant Be Wrong! Over 20,000 People Cant Be Wrong! Over 20,000 People Cant Be Wrong! Over 20,000 People Cant Be Wrong! W. New Haven Ave Rt 192Evans Rd HollywoodMelbourne Mall T .G.I.Fridays Chase BankFirst Floor, Next Door to Chase Bank Facing Evans Road VISITUSINOURNEWLOCATION! ObituariesF rank DiBello, SpaceX president Gwynne Shotwell, LEAD Brevard president and CEOKristin Bakke, former NFL and Pro Bowl fullbackLeonard W eaver, former president of Brevard Ccommunity CollegeMaxwell King, Bright House Networks vice president of operations and general managerPaul Hanson, Genesis VII president and CEORobert Jordan, Canaveral Po rt Authority CEOStan Payne and Wasdin Associates vice president and ownerSusie W asdin. Guests will be treated to dinner by Carrabbas Italian Grill, flowing champagne, live entertainment and an unforgettable Walk of Fame show, featuring the nights honorees. F or more information, visit www.brevardwalkoffame.com.OutF rom page B2 See OBITUARIES, B6 Visit Us @H ometownNewsOL.com

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M ontreal Ave., Melbourne.L ee HewettLee Hewett, 91, of West M elbourne, died Saturday, Fe b. 23, 2013. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, 1001 S. H ickory St., Melbourne.John E. MurphyJ ohn E. Murphy, 79, of M elbourne, died Saturday, Fe b. 23, 2013. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, 1001 S. H ickory St., Melbourne.Hwi Yeon KimHwi Yeon Kim, 57, of West M elbourne, died Saturday, Fe b. 23, 2013. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, 1001 S. H ickory St., Melbourne.James Lewis LesleyJa mes Lewis Lesley, 76, of W est Melbourne, died S aturday, Feb. 23, 2013. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, 1001 S. Hi ckory St., Melbourne.Karen Teresa LyonsKar en Teresa Lyons, 49, of M elbourne, died Sunday, Fe b. 24, 2013. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, 1001 S. Hi ckory St., Melbourne.Clara M. CassanoClara M. Cassano, 79, of M elbourne, died Sunday, Fe b. 24, 2013. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, 950 M alabar Road, Palm Bay.John F. Johnny WhiteJo hn F. Johnny White, 71, of Leesburg, died Sunday, Fe b. 24, 2013. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, 1001 S. H ickory St., Melbourne.Rev. W. Gordon MullinaxRe v. W. Gor don Mullinax, 82, of Melbourne, died M onday, Feb. 25, 2013. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, 560 M ontreal Ave., Melbourne. F riday, March 8, 2013 B6 MelbourneHometown News 2161 AURORA RD. MELBOURNE 321-421-6277 Visit Us Online:www.brevardaidtoanimals.comBREVARDAIDTOANIMALSNow Open for Vet Care Wed 7-4, Th, Fri, Sat. 7-4 Sick Walk-Ins Welcome! 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Swing into spring with Swingtime Jazz BandFlorida Power & Light funds innovative energy projectsMELBOURNE Florida Pow er & Light Company r ecently funded 12 Brevard C ounty teacher science experiments to further student understanding of r enewable energy. The 12 teachers in Breva rd C ounty received a total of $9,985 in grants. The organization provided each teacher funding, r anging from $500 to $2,500, depending on the needs of the experiment. M aureen Wilt, education program manager for F lorida Power & Light, said the grants help further students understanding of energy, so one day the state of Florida can benefit from their education. I n a perfect world, children would be exposed to energy and come up with the next greatest invention to power Florida, she said. W e do this to make sure children understand energy. Great science teachers want to do projects, but they dont always have the funds to do so. Ms. Wilt said the experiment gives children a chance to participate in a Celebrate Spring ~ Coming March 22nd!To Advertise Your Business or Service Please Call 321-242-1013T ime for starting gardens, redoing landscaping, golf outings, vacations, boating, w eddings, special events, parties, spring cleaning and more! MELBOURNE ANOTHER YANK EE FANW atching baseball and playing with his toys. P ageA7 INSIDEV ol. 9, No. 33 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, March 8, 2013 MELBOURNE RESIDENTS...Its A Straight Drive to Aquarina Country Club. Look for Our Story and Spring Specials on page B5.MELBOURNE RESIDENTS... 7500 S. Highway A1A MelbourneBeach Call (321) 676-8923 for tee times. Or book online at AquarinaGolf.comAquarina Country Club Aquarina Country Club Aquarina Country Club FRIDAY, MARCH 8 Community Health Fair and Seniors Expo: This free-to-attend event will feature local and national products, services and v aluable information for Ba by B oomers and seniors. The Community Health and Seniors Expo will be a power-up day for seniors to get out and socialize, learn about products and services and be entertained and informed. The first 200 seniors will receive a free goodie bag. The event will be 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, March 8 at the Eau Gallie Civic Center, in Melbourne. A ttendees will be admitted free of charge and will have a chance to win door prizes and giveaways. Law enforcement academy accepting applications: Brevard C ommunity College is now r ecruiting for the May 2013 I nstitute of Public Safety Law Enforcement Academy, scheduled to begin on M ay 28. The registration deadline is April 15. Applicants are r equired to take a basic written exam by April 16 in order to be considered for the May academy class. D ue to the high demand for law enforcement training and class size r equirements, placement is limited. Candidates are encouraged to apply as early as possible and work to meet all academy selection requirements, increasing the odds of getting into the class of choice. F or more information, visit www.brevardpolice.org or call (321) 433-5638. Award applications are available: A pplications for the 2013 Young Women in P ublic Affairs Award are now available from the Z onta Club of Melbourne by contacting: Tiffany C ointepoix at z ontainfo@zontaspacecoast.org. The goal of the Young W omen in Public Affairs program is to encourage more young women to participate in public affairs by r ecognizing a young womans (age 16-19) commitment to the volunteer sector, evidence of volunteer leadership achievements and a dedication to the advancement of the status of women. A pplicants are asked to r eflect on their voluntary commitment to their ENTERTAINMENTB1 INDEXBOLLYWOODCalendarA1 ClassifiedB6 Crossword B3 Horoscopes B1 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 T he Sheriff A6 V iewpoint A6Community calendarSee CALENDAR, A2 Superheros unite! Photo by Brian BensonCaitlyn Lightner and Julia Meehan, both of Melbourne, dress the part at the Super Hero and Super Villain Walk on Saturday, March 2 in Historic Downtown Melbourne. The walk was organized by Zombie Walk Brevard and raised money for the Brevard ASAP animals project. Tr ee climbing school opens in Brevard CountyMELBOURNE A unique school is helping S pace Coast residents to r each new heights literally. Av alon Standstall, a semir etired resident, has opened a 40-hour Tree Climbing School in Melbourne, so students can become professionally certified for pruning or recreational purposes. Mr. Standstall began working in the tree business in 1996. Recently, he decided he wanted to teach his skills to those who are willing to learn. Y ou will get a chance to learn skills you cant (in other places), he said. If y ou want to be in the tree profession, once you learn these skills, you are improving these skills and have a better chance of getting work others cant. People around here respect people, who can climb a tree without bringing heavy equipment. The 40-hour course takes place on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mr. Standstall said each day will focus on mastering a different skill. On the first day, students learn about different kinds of gear and equipment used in climbing and safety procedures. The second day, Mr. S tandstall said, students put on harnesses and practice going up the tree to get used to climbing, while using ropes and harnesses. The third day teaches students how to climb trees with different types of equipment and get them Program helps young adults transition from foster careBREVARD Each year, as many as 30 young people make the life-changing transition from traditional foster care to independence in Brevard County. A new community based program, Transitions, was established to help these y oung adults. Tr ansitions is unique to Br evard, said Susan Stead, program director at Transitions. There are programs in other communities and in other states that share a similar goal of reaching out to the young adults, who have recently exited foster care in an effort to support their successful transitions to independence and stay connected within their communities. Pr ogram construction for Tr ansitions began in summer of 2012, with the goal of giving young adults exiting foster care the resources and support needed to become contributing members of their communities. T ra nsitions was launched through the support and direction of Breva rd F amily Partnership, the countys lead child welfare agency, Mrs. Stead said. Melbourne-based P axen Learning was tasked by BFP to construct and launch the program. W ithout organizations like Transitions, those making the journey from foster care to independence can be at a significant disadvantage. C urrent findings reveal that the majority of young adults moving on from foster care dont often have access to the level of crucial support and guidance that is typically available to those who come from more traditional and stable family and home environments, Mrs. Stead said. Y oung people exiting foster care, who dont make the connections to the many v aluable resources that Tr ansitions and similar programs help facilitate, face a higher risk of homelessness, incarceration, poverty, substance abuse and early pregnancy. I n most states, including F lorida, when young people turn 18, they exit out of traditional foster care services, Mrs. Stead said. These y oung adults can elect to MELBOURNE Its here clear, blue skies illuminated by the crisp sun, an array of color bursting from the ground, shaking off the sleepiness of winter. Spring time has officially arrived! What better way to celebrate the season of new beginnings than with the S wingtime Jazz Band? J azz enthusiasts and dancers alike can enjoy this springtime treat as the Swingtime Jazz Band presents The Only True American Art Form concert at 7:30 p.m. on March 13 and 14, and the wildly popular annual Spring F ling Ball at 7 p.m. on Mar ch 15, both hosted at the Melbourne Auditorium. The Spring Fling Ball has been an annual Mar ch dance event for a number of years, said Art Mar tin, conductor of the S wingtime Jazz Band. Its our way of welcoming the new season with some upbeat dance tunes. W ith tunes ranging from swing to Latin and even a few Irish medleys Twelve Brevard County teachers receive $9,985 for project fundingBy Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See POWER, A2Certified arborist teaches students proper way to climb treesBy Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See TREES, A5By Amanda Hatfieldahatfield@hometownnewsol.comSee SWING, A9By Amanda Hatfieldahatfield@hometownnewsol.com See TRANSITIONS, A8

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school and to their community and the problems limiting the advancement of the status of women in their o wn country and worldwide. The Zonta International Yo ung Women in Public Affairs program looks to the y oung women of today for the leaders of tomorrow. A pplications are due to: T iffany Cointepoix, (Zonta Club of Melbourne), P.O. Bo x 417, Melbourne, FL, 32902, by March 15. A pplicants must be preuniversity or pre-college students (age 16-19). F or more information about the Zonta Club,visit www.zontaspacecoast.org.SAT URDAY, MARCH 9 Community sale: Tr opical Havens community sale will be 8 a.m. to 1 p .m. Saturday, March 9 at 1205 Eddie Allen Road, (off Airport Road), Melbourne. There will be breakfast and lunch, a bake sale, antique glass and furniture. No pets, please. F or more information,call (321) 676-9940. Flea market fundraiser: The Community Flea Mar ket fundraiser will be held from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. S aturday, March 9 at the corner of Lake Washington and Croton roads, in M elbourne. The event is sponsored by Crossroads Community U.C.C. To r ent a space,call (321) 501-8260. Attic treasures and bake sale: The Dorcas Circle will hold its spring attic treasures and bake sale onSaturday, March 9. The sale will begin at 8:30 a.m. and will end at 12:30 p .m. at Suntree United M ethodist Church, 7400 N. Wi ckham Road, Suntree. Tr easures offered for sale include, but are not limited to, small appliances, cookware, glassware, antiques/collectibles, seasonal items, jewelry, bedding, linens, books, toys, sporting goods, pictures, mirrors, silk flowers, CDs, D VDs, miscellaneous items and baked goods from Dorcas finest bakers. No clothes, old TVs or electronics, old telephones or computers, please. Pr oceeds from the sale will go to local charities. Dorcas Circle would greatly appreciate any contributions of items for the sale.Items can be brought to the church dining room Friday,March 8,from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. N eed pick-up, callone of the people below. F or more information about the sale,contact Merle G elles at (321) 504-9917 or Fr ances Howard at (321) 259-4086. Employment exposition: J ob-seekers are free to attend the Brevard Employment Expo from 9 a.m. to 1 p .m. Saturday, March 9 at the Viera Regional Community Center, 2300 Judge Fran J amieson Way, Viera. There will be free parking and various job opportunities. Br evard County Parks and R ecreation is partnered with 4us2grow2gether, Inc. for this event. F or more information,call (321) 433-4891. F riday, March 8, 2013 A2 MelbourneHometown News A pply for help online at www.clsmf.org 15% OffYOUR NEW ORDER! CUSTOM SCREEN PRINTED APPARELEvents Teams Corporate Schools321-253-3200www.sandpipersportswear.comProudly serving Brevard for over 24 years! 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P ublishing 15 community newspapers from Mar tin County through Volusia County 2013 Business Growth Expo and Media Auction 2013 Business Growth Expo and Media Auction Located at Sponsored byThursday,March 28, 2013 6-9 pm Thursday,March 28, 2013 6-9 pm Silent and live media auction where companies can purchase print, broadcast, outdoor, radio and online advertising at a fraction of the cost. Vendors and speakers will be on hand to educate the small business owner on the latest trends, technologies and products to get their business rolling Hors doeuvres and a cash bar Tickets can be purchased at www.greaterpalmbaychamber.com or at the door Cost $15For vendor table information, contact Cynthia Dale at 321-951-9998 or by email at: marketing@greaterpalmbaychamber.com For vendor table information, contact Cynthia Dale at 321-951-9998 or by email at: marketing@greaterpalmbaychamber.com200 Rialto Place, Melbourne FL 32901 r ealm they may not have had the opportunity to experiment with originally. W e are getting kids excited by doing things themselves, she said. Kids are able to get out and try something new, whether that be working on a solar car or a wind turbine. F or the past four years, The Florida Power & Light C ompany has funded 175 teachers with more than $175,000 for classroom projects. Ms. Wilt said the criterion the company was looking for depended on the guidelines of the project and whether or not the project followed the educational guidelines of the state of F lorida. All of the projects have to be related to some form of energy, she said. Teachers created objectives (based around) standards required by S unshine Law and put together a plan of how to accomplish what they want to do. J ulia Wakefield, account executive and public relations representative for F lorida Power & Light, said the company also looks for an innovative project to fund. F unding for the projects comes from the NextEra Energy Foundation, which is funded by shareholders of F lorida Power & Light parent company, NextEra Energy Inc., organizers said. N extEra Energy Inc. is the nations largest producer of r enewable energy from the wind and sun. Organizers said award r ecipients are chosen by the N ational Education Energy De velopment project, which is a nonprofit organization that works with energy companies and agencies to bring a balanced energy curriculum and training to the nations classroom. The winning teachers and schools in Brevard County are: Elizabeth Faulkner of A pollo Elementary School; N aim Torlak of Bayside High School; Teresa Arrouet of Br evard Virtual School; S omer Y. Sutton of Heritage H igh School; Randy Lyons of Her itage High School; Sherry Love of Jupiter Elementary; Tonya Doughty and Christine Gayle of Jupiter Elementary; Joseph Harvey of Merrit Island High School/DaVinci Academy of Aerospace Technology; H olly Mentillo of Ocean Br eeze Elementary School; S tacy OConnor and Tom Englert of R.L. Stevenson School of the Arts. Completed projects may be featured on Florida Power & L ights website at www.FPL.com/solarstations.P owerF rom page A1 CalendarF rom page A1 See CALENDAR, A4

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An appointment with an ophthalmologist began a diagnosis that ultimately left the Palm Bay resident as one of the estimated 400,000 U.S. citizens suffering from Multiple Sclerosis, a chronic disease of the central nervous system for which there is no cure and which strikes victims in an astonishing array of unpredictable and largely untreatable symptoms. Think of the central nervous system as carrying electrical impulses throughout the body, said Mrs. Green, financial coordinator for student affairs at Florida I nstitute of Technology. MS strips away the protective covering of the nerve cells, much like stripping away the covering of electrical wires in your house. The r esult is the electrical impulse is shorted out and it causes a wide assortment of symptoms in the body. In her case, Mrs. Green w ent blind in her left eye for a short amount of time. Then, that eye regained sight, but I went blind in my r ight eye, she said. Then, fortunately for me, my vision cleared up and luckily for me, since then, I havent had any other major problems. I do have trouble r emembering things, and like many MS sufferers, I have a low tolerance for heat. But, Im very lucky. While Mrs. Green has largely remained symptom free, for some, the illness leaves them living with unpredictable symptoms that can come and go, like numbness and blurred vision. F or others, permanent damage, such as paralysis occurs. The progress, severity and specific symptoms of MS in any one person cannot yet be predicted. Most people with MS are diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 50, with more than twice as many women as men affected, according to data from the M id Florida Chapter of the N ational Multiple Sclerosis S ociety. I know Ive been very fortunate in the way MS has progressed for me, Mrs. Green, 60, said. In fact, if y ou saw me, you wouldnt know I have the disease. But I know how unpredictable it can be, and how devastating it can be. Because of that, Im willing to do whatever I can to raise funds for r esearch and treatment and to help spread the word about MS. I v e been working with the Mid Florida Chapter for 10 years during their fundraisers, and this year they selected me to be the Ambassador, she added. I m honored and pleased. It s a privilege that Im blessed to have. A ccording to Gaby C asado, development manager for the National M ultiple Sclerosis Society, the Brevard Walk MS, scheduled for 8 a.m., S aturday, March 16, at The Church at Viera, is part of the Mid Florida MS Chapters main fundraising event. S he explained that the M id Florida MS Chapter serves 23 counties, comprised of Brevard, Charlotte, Citrus, Desoto, Flagler, Har dee, Hernando, Highlands, Hillsborough, Indian River, Lake, Manatee, Mar ion, Orange, Osceola, P asco, Pinellas, Polk, Sar asota, Seminole, St. L ucie, Sumter and Volusia. W alks are planned in several other counties. P articipants gather pledges before they set out on the 2.5-mile walk, Ms. C asado said. The goal for this years walk in Brevard is $70,000, which is a part of the larger goal of $610,000 for the entire Mid Florida Chapter. The money will allow us to provide financial assistance to sufferers, provide counseling, transportation, and fund r esearch into prevention and cure of this disease. So far, 800 individuals have signed up for the Br evard walk. Mrs. Green will be at the event, coordinating the volunteers. W e re looking for a great crowd and hope everyone can come out and help, she said. While Im not walking myself this year, I have a team, Joanne Greens W alkers, walking in my honor. Its a great cause, and I hope by getting the word out, well have a great r esponse. Its a disease that r eally impacts the individual, and this is a way of fighting back. I hope everyone reading this gets involved. F or more information about joining Brevard Walk MS contact Kevin Kelley Chair,Brevard Walk MS,at (321) 636-0235 or r kkelley@cfl.rr.com. Photo courtesy of Charles KosackJoanne Green, ambassador of this years Walk MS fundraiser (left), along with husband, Pat, daughter, Jennifer Charron and granddaughters Clarissa and Kaitlyn at the 2011 Walk MS event.By Dan McDonaldF or Hometown News EATOUT! EATOUT! save money... save money...www.hometowngiftcertificates.com/ 50 % OFF Gift Certificates 50 % OFF Gift Certificates

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Ongoing demonstrations and programs about wildlife exhibits, fishing and bird watching will be offered. Br ing a camera. To r eserve a spot on the boat,call (321) 773-6458. Tr ansportation time is between 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Women/girls in the air: G irls and women are invited for a free discovery flight in a small airplane, in support of Women of Aviation Wo rldwide Week on Saturday, March 9 at Arthur D unn Airpark, 80 N. W illiams Ave., Titusville. F lights will be given by local pilots and will last 1520 minutes. Flights start at 9 a.m. W omen and girls must sign up through the main w ebsite at http://www.womenofaviationweek.org/rsvpmaker/fltitusville/. The event celebrates 50 y ears of women in space (V alentina Tereshkova was the first female cosmonaut) and 30 years since Americas S ally Ride went into space. Mo re than 50 women have subsequently traveled into space in various capacities. The future of flight will be celebrated, as well. American Airlines 757 C apt. Kimberly Lowe will be the official photographer and take pictures of the women and girls, who fly that day. The schedule is: 10 a.m.: meet and greet with a NASA astronaut, scientists, engineers, airline pilots, air traffic controllers and aviators. 11a.m. to 12:30 p.m.: educational activities with a NASA resource specialist 6:30 p.m.: enjoy a special banquet with music from the 1940s through the 1960s, with a preference for period costumes (poodle skirts for women and geeky NASA 1960s look for men). The keynote speaker will be someone really special from NASA Kennedy Space C enter. F or more information,visit http://flyitforwardtitusville.doodlekit.com/hom e. Womens rowing begins: Se venth-year head coach A dam Thorstad and the F lorida Tech womens ro wing team will welcome in the 2013 season with the K euper Cup on Saturday, Mar ch 9 at Canal 54 in F ellsmere. The race is the first of three at home; all are in the month of March. In their season opener on Mar ch 9, the Panthers will r ace against NCAA Division I Jacksonville. FIT will return to the canal the following two weekends for the Governors Cup on S aturday, March 16 and the DII Duals on Saturday, Mar ch 23. D ivision I Columbia and S unshine State Conference counterpart Barry will also compete in the Governors C up in the middle of March. B arry will return to F ellsmere once more for theCalendarF rom page A2 See CALENDAR, A8

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, March 8, 2013 Melbourne A5 Quality Medical Careis a provider forUNIVERSAL, Health First, Freedom Health and Most Other Insurances.We are accepting new patients and insurance members who may have lost their PCP due to insurance changes.Call for appointment! 321-951-1010Quality Medical Care Vein Clinic 675 S Babcock St Melbourne,32901 Call Jeanette for more information: 321-951-1010 x237 Edema (swelling) legs &/ or feet Large Bulging Veins Aches & Pains Leg Heaviness Fatigued Legs Spider Veins Cramps Restless Legs Throbbing Skin Ulcers Itching or BurningFriday Mornings Only 8am-NoonNo appointment needed for FREE SCREENING!Limited Study For Diagnosis of Venous Reux DiseaseDo You Experience... Police Report Indian Harbour Beach Police Department Tyler Alan Reygaert, 20, of 11 Herring St., M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 22 with unarmed burglary of an occupied structure, petit larceny, possession of burglary tools with intent to use and loitering/prowling.Melbourne P olice Department Desmond Jamar H utchings, 23, address unknown, was charged Fe b. 22 with aggravated stalking and felony violation of injunction. Edward John M eagher-Thoennes, 27, of 3323 Saxon St., M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 22 with kidnappingfalse imprisonment of an adult, possession of cocaine, burglary with assault/battery, failure to appear, felony child abuse, felony battery and felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Anita Nancy Hudson, 31, of 827 Glenmore Circle, Melbourne, was charged Feb. 23 with possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia and felony violation of drivers license restriction. Jerry Lindsey, 45, of 15 Palm Drive E., S atellite Beach, was charged Feb. 23 with possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and felony driving under the influence. Dandre Maurice W atkins, 25, of 3737 Mt. Car mel Lane, Melbourne, was charged Fe b. 23 with reckless driving, possession of cocaine with intent to sell, possession of marijuana with intent to sell, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of drug paraphernalia and keeping dangerous drugs. John Patrick Fabian, 48, address unknown, was charged Feb. 24 with kidnapping a minor for r ansom. Andrew Scott Main, 49, of 305 Jonquil Lane, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 24 with felony battery on a person 65 or older. Brandi Kay Money, 25, of 837 Hickory St., M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 24 with simple assault on an officer/firefighter/EMT and felony battery. Lela Anne RogersWhitson, 29, of 292 Germany Ave. S.W., Palm Ba y, was charged Feb. 24 with aggravated battery using a deadly weapon. Dwayne Jermaine W alker, 23, of 735 U niversity Blvd. E., M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 24 with possession of drug paraphernalia and aggravated battery. Luis Fernando Ortiz, 43, of 2135 Canopy Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged Feb. 25 with unarmed burglary of an occupied conveyance, unarmed burglary of an occupied dwelling, re sisting arrest without violence, grand theft and possession of drug paraphernalia. Ashley Brooke Scott, 19, of 2482 Pineapple Ave ., Melbourne, was charged Feb. 25 with child neglect without great harm. Toni Beaupre, 27, of 1651 Cranfield Terrace S.E., Palm Bay, was charged Feb. 26 with selling cocaine and two counts of prostitution/lewdness. Alan S. Evans, 26, of 884 Ixora Drive, Melbourne, was charged Fe b. 27 with criminal mischief-property damage and felony battery. Angela Joy Seike, 42, of 1622 Stewart Place, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 27 with aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon. Allen Glenn Arias, 35, of 108 Count St., Melbourne, was charged Fe b. 28 with kidnappingfalse imprisonment of an adult, felony battery and felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. George Bunn, 51, of 949 Sarno Road, Melbourne, was charged Fe b. 28 with aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon, criminal mischief-property damage.Rockledge P olice Department Robert Allen Willey, 29, of 6191 U.S. Highway 1 North, Melbourne, was charged Feb. 26 with grand larceny, improper r ecording of information and dealing in stolen property. W est Melbourne P olice Department William Robert M utters, 27, of 201 W. Alma Drive, Melbourne, was charged Feb. 26 with larceny.Brevard County Sheriffs Office Brett Edward Gordon, 22, of 2322 S tone St., Melbourne, was charged Feb. 22 with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, attempting to solicit/conspire and two counts of larceny. Derek Mathew J ohnson, 22, of 2196 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne, was charged Fe b. 22 with larceny, attempting to solicit/conspire and two counts of felony on-site violation of probation. Kenneth Shawn Jor dan, 21, of 1073 H arlewood Ave., Melbourne, was charged Fe b. 22 with burglary of an unoccupied conveyance during a state of emergency, larceny and petit larceny. James William Mock, 26, address unknown, was charged Feb. 22 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied conveyance and felony violation of probation. Zerric Twantav M iller, 37, of 2187 Allen A dale Road, Melbourne, was charged Feb. 23 on an out-of-county warrant. Patrick Neil Waldron, 41, of 156 San Juan Circle, Melbourne, was charged Feb. 24 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling and felony battery. Tonya Kaye Reidy, 32, of 4291 Plompton Drive, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 26 on an out-ofcounty warrant. Carl Pattek, 54, of 4420 Manatee Circle, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 27 with felony child abuse. Bobby L. Cadle, 51, of 3425 Ireme St., West M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 28 with two counts of unarmed burglary of an unoccupied structure and two counts of dealing in stolen property. Virginia R. Hatcher, 32, of 210 University Blv d., Melbourne, was charged Feb. 28 with possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Grace Lorrie Myrow, 54, address unknown, was charged Feb. 28 with petit larceny and felony failure to appear. Dante Kermit Tucker, 18, of 903 Covina Way, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 28 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling, dealing in stolen property, fraudgiving false ownership information to pawn items and larceny. Editors note: This is a list of arrests,not convictions,and all arrestees are presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty in a court of law. Photo by Brian Benson Edmond Lushefsky, an instructor at the Melbourne-based Tree Climbing School demonstrates a climbing maneuver.used to swinging around from one limb to another. The fourth day, the group will work on going higher up a tree, and, on the last day, Mr. Standstall said students will go as far up the tree as they can. If students are comfortable enough, Mr. S tandstall said they will go as far as 75 feet up a tree. S tudents will also be given a climbing test and written test. If they pass this portion of the course, they will receive a certification saying they have completed a professional course. Mr. Standstall, who is a member of the I nternational Society of Arboriculture, said he is working with the city of Melbourne to allow him to use city parks for his school. The course is $10 an hour, which translates into a $400 course. F or more information,call (321) 223-0016.T reeF rom page A1 KNOWLEDGEISATERRIBLETHING TOW ASTE... www.hometownnewsol.comSubscribe Today!

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A6 Melbourne THIS WEEKS LUCKY THIS WEEKS LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLE Is this is your license plate number? Go to the nearest HTNOffice to verify by noon Tuesday.GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY! STOPBY ANY OFFICEOR CALL!!!CONGRATULATIONS TOLASTWEEKS WINNEROF$200, ROBERTSHAW OF PALM BAY! I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 WIN$100 WIN$100This W eeks Prize This W eeks Prize Bicyclists need to read the handbookThe writer would be a happier bicyclist if he/she took their own advice to read the drivers handbook and learn the rules. A dult bicyclists have almost no rights when riding on the sidewalk.They are required to stop for pedestrians, stop at intersections and generally behave like pedestrians. When you are riding a bicycle, you are not a pedestrian. Riding the wrong way is asking to be hit and injured or killed.If you become involved when on the wrong side of the road you wont get any sympathy from the law, as youre the one at fault. Ive bicycled tens of thousand of miles and have had few problems. Learn and obey the rules and youll live to say the same thing.ImmigrationS top supporting illegals in this country. It doesnt matter where they are from. Its not right to give them food stamps and any other assistance, when we have people here that need the help and cant get it because they are working (not making much). But (they) still pay taxes. Why do you support people, who have violated our laws and ignore our language and expect to be treated equally? If I violate a law, I have to pay!!You pay them and want to make them legal? When it comes to immigration, you people in Washington (dont) want (to) enforce our laws. In fact, you encourage more illegals to come to this country, so you can support them. This country was made up of people from all over the world, who came in legally, and have worked very hard to make this country what it is.Why is it that you are destroying what this country is all about? If we need all these people here to work, then get the farmers to fill a out simple form of how many they r equire and when they are needed.The farmer will be r esponsible for their care and ensure they pay their share in taxes. When they are finished with work on this farm, then they can transfer to another farm to work. They will be issued a work permit and will only be here for work.Any children born will not automatically become citizens and live off the government. That seems to be what is happening now filing income tax forms, with false Social Security numbers and claiming they have dependents that do not exist in this country and getting thousands of dollars for child support. What a rip off. A far as I am concerned, every one of you in Washington should be charged with incompetence and r emoved from your position and sent to jail with no re tirement or health insurance or anything else. Then maybe we can get some people in there who are not interested in political power, who will take their job seriously and work for the people of this country. This is only one of many issues that need to be addressed.No wonder we are in the financial state we are in giving everything away to other countries, illegals, tax breaks to the rich and big corporations, just to list a few. In short, You make me sick.Hidden moneyWe v e heard much about the uber rich, corporations etc., making campaign contributions. Weve heard about how this is hidden money. P ersonally, my opinion is, so what? The only problems I see are secrecy, anonymous citizens groups and government financing. R epublican heroes W ith everybody and their brother writing a book nowadays, I thought I would write one. I wrote it on the head of a pin, and I had plenty of ro om left over. The name of the book is Republican War Heroes of the Past 50 Years.T aking care of people who did not work?Thanks, (President Barack) Obama. Ive been working since I was 16 years old. I had to retire when I was 63 because of heart problems. F inally, when Medicare kicked in, I had enough money in there for my HMO to take care of me very good. Now, with your plan, I have to pay a lot more, because you want to take care of people who did not work. I am sorry, but it is very bad. T ake Medicare out of the general fund. It will build up, so nobody has to go and get private insurance or this, or that; and no president or Congress or House can take money out of it. This is the way it should be.F ull gun registration This year will go down in history for the first time a civilized nation has full gun registration. Our streets will be safer, our police more efficient and the world will follow our lead into the future. Adolf Hitler, 1935. T o conquer a nation, first disarm its citizens. Thats anonymous. Also, ask our friends to the north, Canada. They had full gun registration, national registration. Ask them what happened to their weapons. While we are at it, I would like some answers from the Obama Administration from his place of employment before he came to the Oval Office, being Illinois, the state and Chicago. That is the most ruthless state in the nation as far as crime lets pin it down to Chicago they have the toughest gun laws in Chicago and Illinois than in any state. And their murder rate is the highest, bar none.Bicycles and unsecured dogsIve just been reading the Hometown News, and I just have to make a couple of comments on a couple of r ants. The first one is about the person who doesnt want to get killed on their bicycle. W ell, lady, you have to remember that you are riding on a street thats paved for 10-ton vehicles to use. You are just a little, small bicycle that is coming in on traffic. You should watch yourself more than we can watch you. We cant see something like that, little bicycles coming in and out. Y ou should put lights on your bikes and maybe ride on the sidewalk, where it is less congested. My other rant is about the poor person who had to take her two dogs to the convenience store to get some milk. T wo unsecured dogs she is driving around when she has been incapacitated herself from her operation. Then she is blaming people for not going out into a w et, grassy field to retrieve her stubborn dog who got away because she was not watching out for her dog. It saddens me to think that people would drive around in a car with dogs that are not secured, that they could just jump on the driver at any time and cause an accident, and someone could get killed. So when you are driving around, secure your dogs and that kind of thing will not happen, and you wont have to ask people to help you do something you should have done yourself.The Melbourne Beach problemHe y, what do you know? That problem on Sunset B oulevard in Melbourne Beach has finally been taken care of by the town employees to maintain that strip of all the weeds they put in there. How about that? Thats great. Now, they just have to stop pulling up the yard sale signs in this town and pay more attention to the streets and clean them up. VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, MARCH 8, 2013 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM See food and music dayRaven Petteys, left and son Deegan Parsons, 3, enjoy some of the great food at the 47th Annual Grant Seafood Festival Saturday. The event draws thousands of participants to listen to music, tour the 100 or so vendors booths and enjoy the great tasting seafood.Cliff Partlow staff photographer Got something to say? Email the Hometown Rants & Raves at brevnews@hometownnewsol.com or call (321) 242-1276. C allers are asked to refrain from making slanderous statements.Statements of fact will be checked for accuracy. Remember the fallenMarch 6 marked exactly one year since Brevard C ounty Deputy Barbara Pill was killed in the line of duty and taken from her family, our agency and community. The anniversary of B arbaras death is a somber r eminder of the many law enforcement officers across our great country, who make the ultimate sacrifice every year. Last year, 128 law enforcement officers gave their lives to protect their communities and citizens. Of those, 66 were killed in a violent or deliberate attack. While five of the officers killed last year were from the state of Florida, none strike closer to our hearts than our own Deputy B arbara Pill. B arbara was fatally shot while trying to apprehend r obbery suspects; who, without hesitation, made the decision to take Barbaras life. Like many of you, I will never forget the call that alerted me to Barbaras death. I will also never forget the last time I saw B arbara, as she was standing with her family and friends at the annual A wards Ceremony for the Br evard County Sheriffs Office. In the days that followed, many of us would recall our o wn memories of Barbara, who was an incredible mother, wife, deputy and citizen. While driving to Barbaras funeral service, I recall bracing myself for a very emotional service: the bagpipes, gun salute, playing of taps, fly over and the finalizing moment when dispatch completed the officers out of service across the radio. H aving attended too many officers funerals over the years, what I was not prepared for was the sight of businesses along the procession route temporarily closed in honor of B arbara, with the business o wners standing and holding signs that expressed touching thoughts and prayers for her family and friends, the schools, with their children standing at attention, with their hands ov er their hearts, and the many officers, public safety members and military personnel from around the country lined up, showing their honor and respect for a fallen comrade. Each proudly demonstrating just how special B arbara was to our community and to the citizens she protected each and every day. While Barbara is the most r ecent law enforcement officer taken from our community, many others have made the ultimate sacrifice by giving their lives to protect us. These Brevard County heroes are Officer Joseph P ellicano, Melbourne Police 1986, Officer Gerald J ohnson, Palm Bay Police D epartment 1987, Officer R onald Grogan, Palm Bay P olice Department 1987, Officer Philip Flagg, Satellite B each Police Department 1992, Sgt. Ernest Hartmann, S atellite Beach Police D epartment 1992, Officer S tephen House, Titusville P olice Department 1989, Officer Jack Schnell, T itusville Police Department 1982, Officer George H anchley, Kennedy Space C enter Security Police 1986, Officer Charles Autry, C ocoa Beach Police Department 1990, Lt. Roy Blake, C ocoa Police Department 1954, Trooper Halley Str ickland, FHP 1954, Tr ooper Joseph Sawtell Jr. 1966, Lt. Amos Cox, Brevard C ounty Sheriffs Office 1965, Deputy Robert Nicol, Br evard County Sheriffs Office 1987, Deputy Ray War ner, Brevard County S heriffs Office 1996 and Sgt. Lucille Ross, Brevard C ounty Sheriffs Office 2004. We honor these heroes, along with their families, who will forever be remembered for their sacrifices and support. Each of these officers we re proud to put on their uniform each and every day to represent their profession, their families and, most importantly, their communities. I would ask that you keep these fallen officers and their families in your thoughts and prayers and BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFFWAYNE IVEY See SHERIFF, A7 See R ANTS, A7 Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 50 59 Tu rnpike Feeder Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 Copyright 2013, Hometown News, L.C.Phone (321) 242-1013 Fax (321) 242-1281Classified (321) 242-0442 1 -800-823-0466 Rants & Raves (321) 242-1276Circulation 1 -866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comV oted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, March 8, 2013 Melbourne A7 Like many before them, a group of Holy T rinity Episcopal Academy students spent their winter break in a war m, sunny locale. But this was not your av erage vacation. On Fe b. 16, a group of 17 sophomores, juniors and seniors, led by Holy T rinity teachers Wes Lovelace and Stephanie Herndon and Florida T ech professor Dr. Mark Bush, departed for an e xpedition to the Galapagos Islands. The 16 volcanic islands that make up the Galapagos are situated near the equator about 600-plus miles from Ecuador, the closest land mass. The archipelago is not easy to reach it took the g roup three flights over the course of 24 hours to get there. The hard-toreach destination has resulted in an environment mostly untouched by human hands. The Galapagos are famous for its large number of endemic species, which w ere studied by Charles Darwin and contributed to his theory of evolution. The students were required to attend two fiv e-hour Saturday classes in preparation for the trip. While in the islands, activities began at 8 a.m. every day and included snorkeling, bird watching, boat tours, hiking, and a visit to a tortoise farm. At the end of each day, the students were assigned scientific readings and discussed what they learned. Ms. Herndon, who teaches life science to seventh-grade students, taught evolution before the trip and is looking forward to applying w hat she learned in future classes. Of the students, Ms. Herndon said, It was really cool seeing kids get so e xcited about science. F or Hometown News17 Holy Trinity students take an expedition to the Galapagos Islands Arts &Crafts Show Kids Korner Food Court Entertainment &Much More!Wic kham Park MainPavilion Melbourne,FLMarch 16-17,2013FREEADMISSION!Saturday,March 16th 8 am-5 pm Sunday,March 17th 8 am-5 pm Open Car &Bike Show~ Saturday OnlyPa ncake BreakfastSaturday 8 am11 am Sunday 8 am-11 amBerry Patch 5KRun~ Sunday 8 am Start Subtitles needed on stationsI think it is time now for all the television stations to put at least English subtitles on all Spanishspeaking stations, so we can understand whats going on on these stations that we are paying for. Now, they just took our w eather station off the air and put a Spanishspeaking station on there, without subtitles. It is totally useless to Americans who only speak the countrys language, which is English. So at least have the common decency, since y ou are in our country and speaking your old foreign tongue, to put subtitles on there, so we can, at least, watch what we are paying for. Thank you. would like to personally thank each of you for the tremendous support you give to our Brevard County law enforcement and public safety members every day. W ayne Ivey is the sheriff of Brev ard CountySheriffF rom page A6 RantsF rom page A6 A 9-year-old Conure parrot, Reno is the feathery friend of Diane Lucus of Melbourne. Some of Renos favorite things to do are sit with his mommy and watch baseball, play with his toys and look out the window. Is your pet worthy of the spotlight?Hometown News will be the judge of that. We are asking our readers to submit photos of their beloved pets, as part of our Pet of the Week Contest. The winner for the week will have his or her pet displayed in our newspaper, while also being qualified to become the Hometown News Pet of the Year! Email a photo of your pet (one entry per owner) that is at least 1 MB in size to brevnews@hometownnewsol.com. Write PET OF THE WEEK C ONTEST in the subject line, and in the body of the email, please include the following information: Name of pet Age Breed Three of your pets favorite things to do Pet owners full name and hometown Phone number (in case we have questions) ClassifiedCHECK OUT THE www.HometownNewsOL.com

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duals along with fellow SSC member Nova Southeastern and Central Oklahoma. The month of April will begin the championship portion of the schedule. On April 5-6, the Panthers will compete at the Florida I ntercollegiate Rowing Association Championships in Sarasota. Two weeks later, on April 20-21, they will take part in the Southern I ntercollegiate Rowing Association Championships in Oak Ridge, Tenn. FIT will then travel back to Sarasota for the SSC Championships on April 26. After participating in the 75th annual Aberdeen Dad V ail Regatta on the r eceive additional transitional programs and services until they reach 23. S ome transitional programs and services, like I ndependent Living and R oad to Independence, provide funding support, while the young adults are enrolled in school, access to emergency funds, help with life skills, job training, transportation and housing. Each individual is unique in his or her needs and the progress theyve made toward independence, Mrs. S tead said. Transitions can help connect them to a r ange of community r esources, from emergency and counseling services, to money management, transportation, education and career planning. Tr ansitions engages y oung adults and provides them with a single point-ofentry on the road to independence, Mrs. Stead said. C urrently, a young adult advisory board and community partners committee are being constructed. The young adult advisory board is made up of young adults, who recently exited foster care, Mrs. Stead said. They provide a variety of insights, including what topics should be addressed in workshops and what r esources should be listed on our website. The community partnership committee will be comprised of area professionals and members of local organizations that will provide guidance to the young adults. In the brief time since its establishment, Transitions has launched a workshop series to provide important information and guidance on a range of topics. M embers of the Space C oast REALTORS Association lead a discussion and provided valuable insights on how to find adequate housing, Mrs. Stead said. Local attorney and community advocate, Kendall M oore, recently spoke to the group. M r. M oore discussed the importance of knowing their legal responsibilities, the importance of having proper identification, and how to take some basic steps to help prevent identity theft, Mrs. Stead added. In an effort to keep up with trends amongst 18 to 23-year-olds, Transitions built an interactive website for the young adults to use. The website is built on a platform designed to allow for interactive communication between the program team, the young adults and community partners, Mrs. S tead said. The Transitions team is also using Facebook and Twitter. The establishment of Tr ansitions has been a highly important asset to the Br evard County community. The challenges these y oung adults face are very r eal. Some figures show that 25 percent do not have a high school diploma or GED, less than 2 percent will finish college, and nearly half will experience at least one episode of homelessness, Mrs. Stead said. The good news is that, with the r ight guidance and community connections, these y oung adults will have every change for success as any other comparable group of y oung adults and programs, like Transitions, can and are making a difference. F or more information about Transitions or to become a community partner,contact Susan L.Stead at sstead@transitionsbrevard.c om or call (321)217-8179. F riday, March 8, 2013 A8 MelbourneHometown News Melbournes New Y ou can now save BIG money on your groceries by shopping Discount DavesOpen T uesday thru Saturday 1 0am-7pmGrocery StoreScratch-n-Dent Name Brand Shelf Pulls, Overstocks and Out of Date Deals! T exas Toast Croutons99Breakfast Cereal$1 .49-$2.49 box$1 .89 eachGatorade G264 oz. Bottle3/$51518 S Babcock St, Melbourne, FL 32901 www.shopdiscountdaves.com(1 Block South of Hibiscus, Behind Tropical Smoothie) A lot ofus watched the W estminster Dog Show a few w eeks ago and delighted in seeing all the different breeds of the canine world. How about that cutie, Banana Joe, an Affenpincher who won Best in Show. A face only a mother could love. Many dogs and cats have particular ailments that are common to their specific breed. F or example, large breed dogs like German Shepherds, Labradors, Akitas, etc., are more susceptible to hip dysplasia. The small breeds such as Chihuahuas, P oodles and Maltese are more susceptible to luxated (dislocated) kneecaps. In cats, Siamese are more susceptible to allergic bronchitis or asthma. Make sure that you r esearch your breed when considering a dog or cat for your family. Mixed breed pets may have a combination oftheir breed tendencies or may be heartier than the breed(s) they look like. Please contact your v eterinarian for further information and guidance.T ails from the Vet Dr. Michael Ponte Dr. Michael Ponte (321) 254-1754 www.sarnoanimalhospital.com 046023J oseph T.Matini,DDS,P.A.8095 Spyglass Hill Rd.,Suite 103 Melbourne,FL321-757-5074 FREE SECONDOPINIONJust bring your dental x-rays at time of visit PREVENTIVESPECIALPFM HIGHNOBLE CROWNSPECIAL ALLPORCELAIN CROWN CLEAN X-RAYS EXAM$89$699$799New Patients Only Expires 3/31/13 Expires 3/31/13Reg.$299ADA #D0150 #D0272 #D0274 #D1110 #D1120 #D2750 #D2740 Emergencies &W alk Ins W elcome Natural Woven Shades Peacock Arch V erticals Horizontals Arches Wood Blinds Cellular ShadesF ree Estimates Professional Installation Starting at$1900 sf2651 Palm Bay Rd.321-951-4050 Adopt a pet www.brevardsheriff.comF or more information, Contact Corrections Deputy Soto at(321) 690-1592or visit our website FTO Williams holds Champ, a 10-month-old Shepherd mix. Champ is currently in the Paws & Stripes Program at the Brevard County Jail Complex, and is available for adoption. Tr ansitionsF rom page A1 CalendarF rom page A4 See CALENDAR, A9

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Schuylkill River in Philadelphia, qualifying teams will move on to the NCAA Di vision II Championships M ay 31-June 2 at Eagle Cr eek Park in Indianapolis. F or more information and the 2013 schedule,visit http://www.floridatechsports.com/wrowing/sche dule or call (321) 674-8250. Playalinda district interpretive programs: Saturday, March 9, 11 a.m.: Fishing 101: Join a r anger for a fun day of fishing. Learn about M osquito Lagoon and why it is such a unique estuary. M eet at the Eddy Creek Dock; Dont forget a hat, sunscreen and water. (one hour) Sunday, March 10, 1 p .m.: Seminole rest walk: J oin a ranger, as you walk the trail at historic Seminole Rest and learn about the colorful history of this area. This is an easy walk ending with a visit to the historic house. Meet at parking area. (45 minutes) Saturday, March 16, 11 a.m.: Fishing 101: Join a r anger for a fun day of fishing. Learn about M osquito Lagoon and why it is such a unique estuary. M eet at the Eddy Creek Dock; Dont forget a hat, sunscreen and water. There are a limited amount of fishing rods. (one hour) Sunday, March 17, 1 p .m.: Seminole rest walk: J oin a Ranger, as you walk the trail at historic Seminole Rest and learn about the colorful history of this area. You will learn the history, both archaic and modern as it pertains to the significance of this site. This is an easy walk, ending with a visit to the historic house. Meet at parking area. (45 minutes) S eminole Rest is located in the town of Oak Hill. F ollow U.S. Highway 1 north to the city of Oak Hill and turn right on Halifax R oad, go about one mile, and Seminole Rest parking lot will be on your right hand side. U.S. Highway 1, south to the city of Oak H ill, and turn left on H alifax Road, go about one mile, and Seminole Rest parking lot will be on the r ight hand side of the road. The Canaveral National S eashore Headquarters is at 212 S. Washington Ave., T itusville. F or more information, call (321) 267-1110 or visit www.nps.gov. Melbourne and Eau G allie,Then and Now: The S outh Brevard Historical S ociety will present a then and now history of M elbourne and Eau Gallie at 3 p.m. Saturday, March 9 at the Melbourne Public Library, 540 E. Fee Ave., M elbourne. The presentation, which will include new and old photographs, maps and additional displays, are by Kar en Raley, a college history teacher, who grew up in Melbourne. Ms. Raley and her sister, Ann Raley Flotte, are the authors of the local history, M elbourne and Eau G allie, published by Arcadia Press. F or more information, visit www.southbrevar dhsitory.org or call (321) 952-4514. Stargazing in the S anctuary: The Barrier I sland Center, given clear skies, will present Stargazing in the Sanctuary 7:3010 p.m. Saturday, March 9 at 8385 S. Highway A1A, M elbourne Beach. The Melbourne Astronomical Society will offer amazing views of the stars with powerful telescopes. F or more information, visit www.barrierislandcenter.com or call (321) 723-3556. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, March 8, 2013 Melbourne A9 Brevard County Health Department WIC Program LocationsCentral Appointments 321-639-5793 Titusville 611 Singleton Ave 321-383-2791 Viera 2555 Judge Fran Jameson Way 321-639-5802 Melbourne 2275 S. Babcock St 321-726-2922 Fruits & Vegetables Whole Grains Milk Beans Dry or Canned Juice Foods for Babies. More foods for breastfeeding moms! Who is eligible? You must be a pregnant or breastfeeding woman, a woman who has recently been pregnant, an infant, or a child under 5 years old. You must currently be living in the State of Florida. You must have a nutritional need, which will be determined by WIC staff. You MAY be eligible if you or other family members are currently receiving M edicaid, Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA) or Food Assistance Your income must fall within our guidelines: F amily size12345678 W eekly$398$539$680$821$961$1,102$1,243$1,384 BiW eekly$795$1,077$1,359$1,641$1,922$2,204$2,486$2,768 M onthly$1,723$2,333$2,944$3,554$4,165$4,755$5,386$5,996 Annual$20,665$27,991$35,317$42,643$49,969$57,295$64,621$71,947A dditional Person: Weekly +$141BiWeekly +$282 Monthly +$611Annually + $7,326 WIC is a nutrition program for women, infants & children. 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As part of its many performances around Brevard C ounty each year, The Only Tr ue American Art Form is the title selected for the S wingtime Jazz Bands show at the Melbourne Auditorium this year. The Only True American Art Form is a phrase that describes jazz because it originated in the United S tates, Mr. Martin said. This free concert features some great jazz standards, like Im Confessin and Apr il in Paris. The Only True American Art Form will also feature vocalists Sally Hart and Len F allen. W e encourage people to come out to these events to enjoy some great music from local performers and, of course, swing into spring, Mr. Martin said. The Only True American Art Form is Wednesday, Ma rc h 13 and Thursday, March 1 4, at 7:30 p.m. and is a free event, with no tickets r equired. S pring Fling Ball is Friday, March 15 at 7 p.m. T ickets are $5 in advance and $7 at the door. Table r eservations are available for groups of six or more. There is no cost to reserve a table. D ance lessons by Laura B eers will also be available prior to Spring Fling Ball on Friday, March 15 from 67 p.m. Cost for dance lessons is $5 per person. For more information about dance lessons, visit www.adancersvoice.com. M elbourne Auditorium is located at 625 E.Hibiscus Av e.,Melbourne.For more information about the events,visit www.melbournemunicipalband.org or call (321) 724-0555. Photo courtesy of Anthony GuidoneVoc alists Len Fallen and Sally Hart will perform alongside the Swingtime Jazz Band.SwingF rom page A1 CalendarF rom page A8

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AN NOUNCEMENTS Business hall of fame dinner programJ unior Achievement of the S pace Coast will present the S pace Coast Business Hall of F ame laureates Robin F isher, Brevard County Dist. 1 Commissioner (and of R obin L. Fisher Insurance), and Catherine Ford, of Holy Tr inity Episcopal School, S aturday, March 9 at the H ilton Melbourne Rialto P lace at 5:30 p.m. This is a black-tie affair that will welcome an esteemed group of guests, including Business Hall of F ame laureates, distinguished members of the S pace Coast community, J unior Achievement volunteers, exceptional students and supporters. The Hilton Melbourne Rialto is at One Rialto Place, M elbourne. F or more information,to sponsor or to RSVP,email bhf@jaspacecoast.org or call (321) 751-4024.A ssociation has new leadershipThe Space Coast Association has installed new leadership for its 1,400member association. R ealtor Jesse Parrish III of Pr uitt Real Estate was installed as the associations 2013 president. Also installed were: president-elect Mitch Ribak; secretary Melissa Goldman, treasurer Lynn Jones and the following directors:Lisa Dur gin, Bill Thomas, Dan B arber, Lynnette Hendricks, S teve Romano, Kaz Cisowski and Bill Kehoe. The Space Coast Association of Realtors is a professional trade association r epresenting more than 1,400 Realtors and businesses.New port authority board members announcedC ocoa Beach resident T om Weinberg will serve as chairman of the Canaveral Po rt A uthority Board of C ommissioners for 2013. The former chief of staff for former Florida Sen. Mel Mar tinez was elected unanimously to the position during the first meeting of the year for the board. Also elected were T itusville attorney Jerry Allender as vice chairman and Cocoa citrus grower Fr ank Sullivan as secretary/treasurer. T itusville attorney John H. Ev ans begins his first term on the board. Also serving will be M erritt Island auto dealership owner Bruce Deardoff, the immediate past chairman of the board. F or more information, visit www.portcanaveral.com.Commodity trading advisor attains rankingS hared Enlightenment Inc ., a commodity trading advisor based in Melbourne, has entered the global CTAmanaged futures indices and its CopulaMax NetCr editOps I program and has ranked in first place among all tracked CTA options traders worldwide by 12-month rate of return in 2012, according to the managed futures rankings at AutumnGold.com. The program accomplished a 47.80 percent rate of return after all fees during 2012, according to the CTA. An 86-page disclosure document specifying the CTAs background, strategies, trade & risk management methodolgies, performance results, risk disclosures and instructions for establishing speculative and retirement commodities investment accounts is available from the firm. S hared Enlightenment Inc. can be reached at info@sharedenlightenment.com and (850) 3888737 or (321) 216-6676. F riday, March 8, 2013 A10 MelbourneHometown News 2135 Palm Bay Rd Palm Bay 32905321.726.8007Hours: Mon. Sat. 8-7 Sun. 8-6 Specials Mar. 7-Mar. 13 68ea Green Bananas Whole Chicken $6.98ea33lb98lb78lb Madame Gougousse Distilled White Vinegar128 FLOz. Chicken Gizzards Green Seedless Grapes Top Sirloin Steak Boars Head Provolone Cheese Cilantro Pork Spare Ribs Celery Iberia Assorted V ariety Beans15.5 Oz.Boars Head Oven Gold T urkey Diamond Reef Cooked Shrimp71/90 1 lb BagT ropical Pollock Fillets12 oz.Canilla Long Grain Rice20 Lbs.(with $20 Purchase, Limit 2 Per Customer)98ea$1 .78lb$3.98lb$4.98lb$6.98lb$1 .68lb3/98 $1.48ea$4.98ea$1 .98ea Business News Tax Preparation Service Tax Preparation Service Save MoneyEATOUT!Save MoneyEATOUT!50% OFF Gift Certificates50% OFF Gift Certificates www.hometownnewsol.com www.hometownnewsol.com Subscribe Today!Knowledge is a terrible thing to waste...www.hometownnewsol.com V isit us at: www. .comOL



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12BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVALHABITAT:Y our pathway to a tax break How does a 50 percent tax credit sound? The state of Florida's Community Tax Credit Pr ogram (CCTCP) provides a 50 percent tax credit or sales tax refund to Florida businesses, as financial incentive to make donations to housing projects for low-income families. H abitat for Humanity of Brevard County, Inc., an Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3) organization, is a great match. Habitat serves low-income families by building or renovating simple, decent, affordable houses in Brevard C ounty. The state of Florida's Community Contribution Tax Credit Program seems too good to be true but it is, and it's easy for a business to re ceive the tax credit. DRS Technologies, Harris Corporation, Craig T echnologies, and LifeStyle Homes are recent participants," said Joe Gassman, Habitat's President & CEO. "They understand the power of their donation and the benefits to their employees, the community and the family they build the house with." Who's Eligible? Businesses paying Florida corporate income tax or insurance premium tax are eligible to receive a tax credit equal to 50 percent of the donation value to approved projects. Businesses registered with the Department of Revenue to collect and remit sales tax are eligible to apply for a refund against their sales and use tax remittance account. What's an Eligible Contribution? Cash, property and goods donated to approved sponsors (Habitat) are eligible for the credit. A business is eligible to receive credits of up to By Lisa BarrVice President of Development / Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County See TAX, 17 Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 50 59 Tu rnpike Feeder Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 Copyright 2013, 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. Lee Mooty . . . . . .General Manager/CFO V ernon D.Smith . . .Managing Partner F arris Robinson . . .Sr. VP Sales/Marketing T ammy Farmer . . . .Managing Editor Robin Bevilacqua . .Human Resources Kathy Young . . . . .Major/Natl. Accounts Manager S ylvia Montes . . . .Major/Natl. Accounts Consultant Chris Smith . . . . .Regional Manager T erence Hart . . . . .Sales Manager Maura Dawson . . .Office Manager P aul Robinson . . . .Advertising Consultant Rick Edwards . . . .Advertising Consultant Kathy Swindell . . . .Advertising Consultant Mercedes Lee-Paquette . . . .Production Manager Rita Zeblin . . . . . . . . . .Classified Paginator Karen Wood . . . . . . . . .Graphic Artist P atricia Snyder . . . . . . . .Director Classified AdvertisingAnna Snyder-Vasquez . . . . .Senior Account Manager Carol Deprey-Zelenak . . . . .Classified Consultant Heather Donaldson . . . . . .Classified Consultant Dolan Hoggatt . . . . . . . .Circulation Manager T iffany Robertson . . . . . . .District Circulation Manager Amanda Hatfield . . . . . . .Staff Writer Chris Fish . . . . . . . . . .Staff Writer Michael Hibbard . . . . . . .News Clerk Now Open in Melbourne!4100 N. Wickham Road253-0040Mon-Thurs. 12pm-10pm € Fri.12pm-11pm Sat. 11am-11pm € Sun. 11am-10pm045663orangeleafyogurt.com orangeleafyogurt.com Craving more strawberry goodness?How about strawberry frozen yogurt with lots of toppings?! Come find us in the Post Commons Shopping Center *Valid Only at the Melbourne Store *Valid through March 29, 2013 *May not be combined with any other offer10% OFFT otal Purchase*Buy One Get One1/2 OFF*15% OFFThe Purchases of 4 or More People*

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13BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL A win-win for allVOLU NTEERING J ane Higgins' decision to become a H abitat for Humanity volunteer is one, she said, that changed her life forever. "M y kids were growing up, and I was getting to the point in my life where I felt like I was going to have some free time that I could contribute to help improve my community," Ms. Higgins said. "I looked into some organizations and found that H abitat was a Christian organization that believed it could improve the world one home at a time." When she first began volunteering, Ms. Higgins started by going to the work sites on Saturday and helping out wherever she could. "I found it very interesting because working at the house build you learn so much about homes that you can use in your own life," she said. H abitat volunteers learn skills like painting, roofing and interior work, as they help with homes that are built from the ground up. "O ne of the surprises to working at a Habitat site was the fellowship that was there," Ms. Higgins said. "You get to meet the new homeowner, other volunteers and site supervisors, while working side-by-side to build the house with the family partner. I always feel like I get more than I give." After 30 years at Harris, Ms. Higgins was laid off in May 2012 due to cutbacks. "(The layoff) became a blessing as I had more time to volunteer at Habitat," Ms. Higgins said. "I talked to Mo llie (Krell), volunteer coordinator for Habitat about becoming an Office Angel." Office Angels work at the Habitat office, helping with mailing, typing, inputting information into databases and other office tasks that are vital to r unning an organization. "A t first, I wasn't sure how I would be able to help, but I soon learned that if you have worked in any office anywhere you have the skills to come in and help out," she said. One of the first jobs Ms. Higgins did was to sort through boxes of photographs that had been collected over the years. "I t was a great way to learn (through the photographs) the history of Habitat in Brevard County and the different fundraisers like the St r awberry Festival, which is now in its 25th year," she said. "W orking in the office has given me a new appreciation of the work that H abitat is doing in our community," Ms. Higgins added. "Until I volunteered in the office, I never realized the amount of work that goes on behind the scenes to get a hammer in somebody's hands on a Saturday." By Andy SchirmacherAmerican Corps-Vista Volunteer / Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County"I never realized the amount of work that goes on behind the scenes to get a hammer in somebody's hand on a Saturday."Jane Higgins Habitat for Humanity volunteer 047792 Call Today and ask how to save $$ THOUSANDS $$ on our Beautiful Courtyard apartment! Community with Ž 045542 Glenbrooke at Palm Bay815 Briar CreekBlvd.,NE€ Palm Bay,FL 32905321-956-3330Managed by Ta rantino Porperties Inc. Wh ere Character Defines EleganceA nd Embraces the Love ofHome

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14BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL VOLU NTEERING H abitat for Humanity of Brevard C ounty (Habitat) volunteer work has a way of getting into your system. Tw elve years ago, Satellite Beach re sident Rick Baird began as volunteering at a build site for his church. "I wanted to be a part of the church team, working at the site," he said. "When the job was almost complete, I was asked by the site supervisor if I could finish the air conditioning work at the build. I have been with Habitat ever since that first job." Lending countless hours to the nonprofit, Mr. Baird has been a big supporter of the mission to eliminate substandard housing in Brevard C ounty. The construction industry had been so good to me and my family, and I really enjoyed working with the H abitat staff," Mr. Baird said. "I wanted an opportunity to give something back to the community." S ince 1998, Mr. Baird and his company, Baird Air, Inc., of Satellite B each, have installed the air conditioning units in nearly all of the H abitat homes that have been built. "I am just happy to be involved with an organization that is helping give a hand up, and not a hand out, to people in our community," he said. When asked to sum up how he feels about working with Habitat, Mr. Baird concluded with a smile: "It is the most enjoyable and fulfilling hard work you can do. And if I work hard enough, I can even skip the gym that day."Rick Baird: An avid supporter Photo courtesy of Habitat for Humanity, Inc.Rick Baird, left, pauses with Richard Randall at a Habitat for Humanity building site.By Andy SchirmacherAmerican Corps-Vista Volunteer / Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County 045533 047795F or more information or if y ou are selling your home or buying new, contact Abby Barbara, Broker/Owner.(321) 209-2229 B UYING? SELLING? WE SPEAKNEWHOMEŽAbbey Road Realty is your one-stop shopping center for all your real estate needs. Our agents cover the spectrum of real estate, from vacant property to new homes to luxury properties and everything in between. Our unique marketing capabilities make us the first choice for Orlando and Central Florida home sellers. We know where the buyers are. And we know how to get them to your listing. If you are thinking about a new home, dont make the $3,000 mistake! Talk to an Abbey Road agent before you talk to the new home developer. We can show you how to save thousands on your new home purchase.

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15BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL H umanity of Brevard County, Inc. (Habitat). A defining moment in the revitalization of the BTW neighborhood was when Habitat & BNDC, in partnership with the city of Melbourne, acquired and demolished all but two of the triplex units. In their place, Habitat built single-family townhomes, providing home ownership opportunities for 10 low-income families, and BNDC built 18 affordable rental units. The community renamed the development, "Greater Heights A partments and Townhouses," to include renaming Kennedy Street after a well-known community resident and activist, Sister Irene S ummerford (Irene Summerford W ay). What is absent now is the onceov erwhelming crime reports. A ccording to crime statistics r eleased by the Melbourne Police D epartment: from 2002-07, there we re 61 violent crimes reported in the bottoms," and 941 other cases. Y et, from 2007-09, there have been NO violent crimes and only 31 other cases reported for the Greater Heights development. What a transformation! All of this was accomplished through the community recognizing a need, supporting and developing relationships with the existing anchor r esidents, and the community at large (government, churches, and businesses) investing time, talent and treasure to afford families an opportunity to live in a safe neighborhood. H abitat has provided 50 families the opportunity for homeownership between 1992 and 2012. H abitat now has the opportunity to provide two more families with the opportunity of homeownership in 2013. Habitat purchased the last two Kennedy Street apartment units (1976 and 1986 Southland Av enue) that have remained a crime challenge for the neighborhood. The home at 1976 Southland Av enue has been razed, with construction under way, of a two-bedr oom, single-family house for a local resident, Pauline Clark. P auline has lived in BTW her entire life; this truly in a new chapter in her life. S he is currently the vice president of the BTW Neighborhood Association and committed to keep BTW a safe place to raise her daughter. The house is being built in partnership with Brevard County Housing Finance Authority, the city of Melbourne and seven local churches (Holy Name of Jesus C atholic Community, First United M ethodist Church of Melbourne, Eastminster Presbyterian Church, Tr inity Presbyterian Church, St. Ma rk 's Un ited Methodist Church, No r thside Presbyterian Church,and Presbyterian Church of the Good Shepherd). The wallra ising took place on Feb. 16, 2013. The home at 1986 Southland Ave. will be another two-bedroom, single-family house for a Community of Hope graduate, Wendy Anderson. The house is sponsored by Harris C orporation. Harris has been an instrumental partner in the BTW r evitalization movement. The company partnered with BNDC projects of The DOCK, along with sponsoring and building five Habitat houses. Co nstruction is scheduled to begin in April 2013. Harris will be the bookend for the completion of the project, "From the Bottoms to Greater Heights." BookerF rom page 6 045850

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16BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL with a pancake breakfast that includes fresh strawberries, served with sausage, orange juice and coffee," she said. "After breakfast, they can head over to the Open Car & B ike Show, where more than 300 antique, classic, custom, hot rod cars and bikes will be displayed or take a stroll through the rows of more than 150 arts and crafts vendors, featuring a variety of art mediums and displays." Entertainment will be provided under the Wickham Park Pavilion all weekend long, and children will not run out of things to do in the Ki d' s Korner, from rock-climbing and the Monkey Bounce to a plethora of other games and activities. The Berry Patch 5K Run is always another fun event for athletes of all levels, kicking off Sunday, March 17 at 8 a.m. at the pavilion. N ew to the festival this year is a 360-foot adventure zip line, the inaugural Strawberry Shortcake Eating Contest, which will be Saturday at 12:30 p.m., and a chance to put your fishing skills to the test with Capt. Mike Badarack and the B ack Country Fly Fishing Association, Sunday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. "M anny the Manatee" will greet the little ones from noon to 3 p.m. on Sunday, while guests will have the opportunity, all weekend, to watch Leadership Brevard Class of 2013 and Habitat volunteers frame the exterior and interior walls of a house in just two days, Ms. Barr said. "N on-perishables will also be collected for the Brevard Sharing C enters in the BCC parking lot on y our way into the festival", she added. B ut for some, the biggest draw to the festival will always be the hundreds of fresh, vine-ripe strawberr ies for sale that are picked up and delivered just two days before the event. "T w enty-five years is a major milestone for the organization and one that is worth celebrating," Ms. B arr said. "Fr om humble beginnings at Fr ont Street Park, Habitat's Strawberry Festival has grow into one of Br evard County's largest annual family events," Ms. Barr said. "The goal is to raise awareness and money to build homes with hardworking families in Brevard. As the success of the festival grows, so does Habitat's ability to provide services to Brevard County residents in need of a hand up, not a handout." H abitat for Humanity of Brevard C ounty's Strawberry Festival will be Saturday, March 16 and 17 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Wickham Pa rk M ain Pavilion. The organization hosts four major fundraisers each year, all of which are open to the public: The St r awberry Festival in March; the F ather's Day Tool Drive in June; the Ha rd H ats & High Heels Gala in S eptember; and the Annual Christmas Appeal in December. F or more information about the O pen Car & Bike Show,call (321) 255-6473 or email strawfest@bellsouth.net. F or more information about the B erry Patch 5K Run,call (321) 7284009 or visit www.brevardhabitat.com. V isit Habitat for Humanity at www.brevardhabitat.com on Twitter at @BrevardHabitat or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/HabitatBrevardCounty for sponsorship or volunteer opportunities and the latest news and events.F estivalF rom page 4 045667 T uesdays Painting Fun with Heather Everett. Painting instruction for children.$25 3:30-4:30pm Includes painting supplies and surface. Sign up required. 321-610-7116 or ocacart@cfl.rr.com T uesdays Art Classes by Lomazzo. Material &Techniques, Mobiles and Found Objects.$30 7-9pm Please call for more information. Sign up required. 321-610-7116 or ocacart@cfl.rr.com W ednesdays Date Nite at the OCAC. Your Table-for-2Ž will include a canvas and paints with$40 6-9pm additional art instruction if requested. Wine, coffee and refreshments available. Please call for reservations. 321-610-7116 Thursdays BYOB&C with Filipski. Bring your own bottle and canvas and Paint with$35 7-9pm the Master, Jeff Filipski. First Fridays First Friday Art Walk, Eau Gallie Arts District. New Exhibits at the FREE 5-9pm Off Center Art Center every First Friday. Saturdays Childrens Painting Workshop. Includes OCAC apron, painting supplies andFREE 10am-Noon surface. Sign up required. 321-610-7116 or ocacart@cfl.rr.comTo make reservations, sign up, or for more information call (321) 610-7116 Email: ocacart@cfl.rr.com

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17BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL r eturn on the community's investment. What we have learned is the solutions we all seek are illusive and, in most cases, cannot be solved by an individual organization or program. It takes a collaborative effort between multiple organizations, gifted in the many areas of housing, family and community life, willing to work in harmony for the common good. I nspired by Br. Sofield's presentation, I returned to work with three simple questions that helped transform Habitat, giving birth to a number of efforts that have contributed to the restoration of families, individuals and neighborhoods. The first questions I asked the staff were: "What are our organizational gifts? What is it we dobest, while contributing to the common good of the community?" The obvious answer was building quality houses. As the staff discussed the construction process, we identified our giftedness in relationship building, with our homebuyers, volunteer management and the communities in which we build. The next question was not as simple: "What are we doing that diverts our attention from our primary giftedness, things that can be provided by another agency, with a complimentary vision and mission?" This question opened our blinders to the opportunity to collabor ate with the Community Housing I nitiative, Inc. (CHI). CHI is a point of entry for clients, who are eligible for any number of available first-time homebuyer opportunities and grants. As CHI and Habitat dialoged, we found ourCollaborativeF rom page 2 See C OLLABORATIVE, 19 $200,000 per tax year. So what does it all mean? If "C ompany A" donates $10,000 cash to Habitat, "Company A" is eligible for a $5,000 rebate from the state of Florida. If "Company B" sponsors a whole house build at $45,000, "Company B" is eligible for 50 percent of the appraised value of the completed house. It's a win-win. F or more information,contact Bu rt C.Von Hoff,Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, D ivision of Community Development at (850) 717-8518, burt.vonhoff@deo.myflorida.co m or www.floridaenterprisezo ne.com. Contact Lisa Barr at (321) 7284009 or by emailing lisa@Breva rd H abitat.com. TaxF rom page 12 O utreach Coordinator, will help increase Habitat's social media, marketing, community education and outreach. Andy is part of AmeriCorps V olunteers In Service To America ( VISTA) Program, which is the national service program designed specifically to fight poverty. Andy is a 1997 Rutgers University graduate with a degree in accounting. He is a member of Palmdale Presbyterian Church, where he was the mission chairman. He hopes to use his H abitat experience to help other nonprofits share their message with those they serve. Why does he volunteer with Habitat? "I feel that Habitat makes a difference in people's lives, changes communities and brings people closer together," he said.V olunteerF rom page 7 051924 045578 Ride with the #1 car insurer in Florida! New lower rates now available! Call for a quote. Alan E Wester Insurance Agency Inc. 577 Barnes Blvd., Rockledge, FL 32955 Bus:321-690-1700 € Fax: 321-690-1702 email: alan@alanwester.comAlan E Wester 045532 045662 Largest Music Store In Brevard County 1 0% OFF

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18BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL D espite her living conditions, Ms. Anderson kept her head up. "I know there is a plan and that God is looking out for me," she said. S he applied for help from the state, which required her to do community service. "I w ent through Brevard Workforce and got community service hours working for Goodwill. In July 2011, a part-time position opened, and I was hired at Goodwill because they liked my work ethic," she said. In A ugust, Ms. Anderson's journey toward home ownership began. S he contacted Community of H ope, a not-for-profit organization, with a mission to provide transitional housing for homeless families, while they work to regain self-sufficiency. They had an opening in their twoy ear transitional housing program. Ms. Anderson and Colin moved into a single-family rental home, and three months later, Ms. Anderson was promoted to a full-time position. Ms. Anderson wanted a permanent housing solution and her work with Community of Hope led her to enter Habitat's First-Time Homebuyer's Program. "I contacted Habitat about getting into housing," she said. "They sent me to Community Housing Initiative, which does its intake paperwork and they helped me to fill out my application." In Ma r ch 2012, the Habitat Board voted to accept Ms. Anderson and C olin into the family partner program. Each family entering Habitat's F irst-Time Homebuyer Program must complete 200 hours of "Sweat Eq uity" before finishing of their home. "I did 25 hours at another nonprofit, 25 hours of financial training, and I'm done with 50 hours working on other Habitat partners homes," she said. "In April, I will begin working on my own house and will be r eady to put in as much time as is needed to complete my home." The final component of the Habitat program involves each family partner investing 100 hours building his or her own home, with the sponsoring organization. "I know that this has been a long r oad to get from where we have been to where we are going," Ms. Anderson said. "But I have learned so much and grown so much from this process that I know it will all be worth it when Colin and I move into our new home." H abitat has always advocated working together to increase the r each and expand the services people need. What excited me about the partnership with Community of Hope was the alignment of our mission statements and our shared minister ial spirit to assist a family in need of affordable housing," said Deacon J oe Gassman, President of Habitat. "T ogether, our organizations are becoming a true vision of a continuum of care for a family, where we walk with them from homelessness to homeownership. This has been a joy walking with Wendy and her son, as she achieves her dream of homeo wnership and rediscovers her confidence and community value." S top by the Kid's Korner Prize Tent at the Strawberry Festival to say hello to Wendy and congratulate her on her new home! F or more information about Community of Hope,visit www.hopeofbrevard.com. F or more information about Habitat's programs,visit www.BrevardH abitat.com.W endyF rom page 9 LIVE MUSIC WEEKENDSC OOLFROZENDRINKS€ WINE&BEER FREEWiFi HAPPY HOUR EVERYDAY$100OFF 2PM-6PMAll wines by the glass All draft & bottle beersSeating: 11am 10pm Tues-Sat € 11am 9pm Sun CLOSED MONDAY 045666 I ntracoastal m.m. 101 2459 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne 321-253-8888www.BonefishWillys.com Whole Maine Lobster, Clam, Shrimp & Mussel Boil Every Sunday All DayI ndoor/Outdoor Dining O pen 6 Days L unch & Dinner C arry Outs Available Early Menu 4p-6p Tues-Thurs I ndoor/Outdoor Dining O pen 6 Days L unch & Dinner C arry Outs Available Early Menu 4p-6p Tues-ThursO utside Seating with Sun Shades &D ockside T iki Bar E njoy Bonefish Beach next to the Dock! O utside Seating with Sun Shades &D ockside T iki Bar E njoy Bonefish Beach next to the Dock! 045664 EXPERTINSTALLATION ANDREPLACEMENT ASKYOURNEIGHBORS! € SHOWERENCLOSURES € ALLSIZES &SHAPES € HEAVYGLASS € CUSTOMMIRRORS602 W.Eau Gallie Blvd. Melbourne,FL 32935 (321) 254-2911J ust West of Ace Hardware 047796 045852

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19BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL Leadership Class of 2013 participants in the Habitat Pow er of Small" Project are: Linda Wynter, PNC Bank; S teven Terry, Sena-Tech, LLC; J oe Schmitt, Clear Channel O utdoor; Laura Anne Pray, Be r man, Hopkins, Wright & LaHam; Lori Parsons, Family C ounseling Center of Breva r d; Sheri McCorkell, Florida Power & Light; Allison J ones, DRS Technologies, ITS D ivision; Beth Gitlin, Florida I nstitute of Technology's W omen's Business Center; and Margot Dorfman, U.S. W omen's Chamber of Commerce. "H abitat thanks the Leadership Class of 2013 for all if its hard work and for making a difference in our community, with their Power of Small Pilot Project," said Lisa Barr, V ice President of Development at Habitat. "W e' ve wanted to promote small, recurring donations, as a vehicle to eliminate substandard and inadequate housing from our community for some time, but needed extra hands and expertise to get it kicked off," she said. "W e' re very excited about this project." F or more information about the Power of Small, visit http://share.habitat.org/Pow erOfSmall. F or more information about LEAD Brevard and Leadership Brevard Class of 2014,visit http://leadbreva r d.org/.L eadF rom page 5 in-take processes to be virtually identical and in some cases a duplication of services. In our collaborative agreement, both organizations are free to focus on what we do best. R enewed in our mission and giftfocus the third question arose: "What opportunities exist to use our giftedness to assist other service providers for the greater good of the community?" This willingness to offer our r esources has led to a dynamic collabor ative effort between the Department of Labor (the funder), Brevard Community College, Brevard Public Schools and Habitat called Space Coast Youthbuild (SCYB). SCYB provides at-risk youth, ages 16 to 24, who do not have a high school diploma and are/have been in trouble with law enforcement, the opportunity to earn their GED, obtain construction trades skills. The SCYB program is opening doors, formerly closed, restoring a basic sense of human worth and dignity that often lead to a brighter future for the program participants. B esides the youths' own academic achievements, they have assisted in the construction and rehabilitation of more than 44 houses in Brevard County within five years. The youth that are often viewed as tearing down their community are now literally rebuilding it. What we have learned by entering into these true collaborative efforts is as these opportunities expand, the quality of services improves and relationships grow deeper. B ut let's not fool ourselves into thinking collaboration is easy. Yet, accepting the challenge, being willing to fully trust, and taking the risk to be open and honest with one other is producing amazing community results.CollaborativeF rom page 17 045893Exit 183 off I-95 € 4835 W.Eau Gallie Blvd, Melbourne, FLUnder New Ownership/Management by Renningers PromotionsŽ www.superfleamarket.com € www.renningers.comNew Vendors Weekly!(321)242-9124Brevards Largest Outdoor Shopping AttractionOver 900 Booths Open Every Friday,Saturday &Sunday 9am-4pmSuper Flea &FarmersMarket

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2BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL As our world grows more complex, time more rapid and needs more numerous, we have discovered that we can only meet the challenges we face when all the gifts given by our creator God are unleashed to work in harmony for the common good." This is the passionate vision of Br other Loughlan Sofield and Sister C arroll Juliano in their book, "Collaboration: Uniting Our Gifts in Ministry." As I sat listening to Br. Sofield, it hit me that these concepts can be applied in response to our community's need for affordable housing and the need for job opportunities for at-risk youth within our community. W ithin the past 10 years, we have seen the rise and fall of many programs, attempting to be and suggesting they are the solution for these issues. Each organizer feels they have the r ight stuff to crack the code to save our youth or develop the needed affordable housing lofty goals for any individual organization. We know this because Habitat was one of them. Literally, millions of dollars and volunteer hours are invested in our community, searching for the best approach, the most cost-effective method to produce the greatestW orking toward solutionsCOLLAB ORATION PRESIDENT / CEO HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF BREVARD COUNTY JOE GASSMAN See C OLLABORATIVE, 17 Photo courtesy of Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County, Inc.Collaboration is the only way!' was the motto expressed by supporters during the Greater Heights Dedication Prayer. 045665 051269

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4BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL Hundreds expected at annual eventFESTIVAL FUN J ust as strawberries need the right envir onment and careful hands to grow, an organization as volunteer-driven as Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County, Inc., can only thrive with the best ingredients. S ince 1985, the nonprofit has worked hard to eliminate substandard and inadequate housing throughout Brevard County and has since served nearly 300 lowincome families with the opportunity to purchase a simple, decent, affordable home. "H abitat has more than 5,000 active participants each year, made up of local residents, families, clubs, businesses, churches, as well as college students, who participate in Collegiate Challenges during Sp r ing Break and retirees, who caravan around the country to Habitat builds," said Lisa Barr, Habitat Vice President of Development. T ogether, these volunteers have helped build 228 new homes, rehabilitate 47 existing homes and rebuild another 22. N one of this would be possible, however, without generous community donations, as well as local support for the four major fundraisers Habitat hosts each year. One of these events is the organization's 25th Annual Strawberry Festival, scheduled for March 16-17 at Wickham Park in Melbourne. The free two-day event, which has been known to attract families, couples and H abitat enthusiasts from throughout the state, will feature something for everyone. "S trawberry Festival is a family-friendly event designed to remind people of a simpler time," Ms. Barr said. "G uests can begin each day of the festival By T ammy Roberts FarmerManaging Editor / Hometown News T amara Johnson of Rockledge puts the final whipped cream topping on a strawberry short cake at a previous Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County Strawberry Festival at Wickham Park Pavilion in Melbourne. File artSee F ES TIVAL, 16 047794 Monthly Live Jazz Concerts at the Cocoa Beach Country Club5000 Tom Warriner BlvdApril 14th€ 2 pm Sally Hartformer singer for Lawrence Welk ShowAdmission $10SCJSprovides music scholarships for Brevard County High School seniors.Concert schedule & tickets online at www.SpaceCoastJazzSociety.com 4391 DIXIE HIGHWAY NE € PALM BAY, FL 329051/4 MILE SOUTH OF PALM BAY ROAD ON EAST SIDE OF US 1Ozzie Says Support Habitat for Humanity FULL MENU ITEMS INCLUDE: Blue Crab Seafood Steak Pasta Our Appetizers Include: Gator Tail, Smoked Mullet, Frog Legs, Cracked Conch, Escargot, Oysters RockefellerRESTAURANT& LOUNGE€ OPENDAILYAT11:00AM321-724-0009OZZIESCRABHOUSE OzziesFREEAppetizerBring in coupon &receive 1 FREE Appetizer $10 & under with every 2 entrees purchased. Limit One Coupon Per Table Expires 4/30/13046047 Thursday 7-11 pm Karaoke w/Ken Eddy 50¢ OFF well drinks Stop and See Our Beer Can CollectionMonday-Friday 3-7 pmBuy 1, Get 1 Free Draft(Bud, Bud Lite, Michelob Ultra)Ozzies Happy HourMon.-Fri. Lunch &Early Bird Specials T uesday 55¢ Oysters, Clams &Wings W ednesday Night Bluegrass Thursday Karaoke! Friday All-U-Can-Eat Fish Fry $11.95Fri., Sat. &Sun. Live Entertainment EARLY BIRDSPECIALSMon-Fri 3pm to 6pm

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5BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL 2 013 L eadership Brevard ClassPOWER OF SMALL' The Class of 2013 arrived on its first day of Leadership Brevard and chose H abitat for Humanity of Brevard C ounty Inc.'s (Habitat) proposed project as one of its class projects. B efore members hit the end of their nine-month LEAD Brevard's Leadership Brevard Program, the Leadership Brevard Class of 2013 will hit some nails, as well. Right now, it's just a pile of wood," said Laura Anne Pray of the Class of 2013."When we're finished, those piles will be transformed into a three-bedroom house and will be named the Class of 2013's Leadership Brevard Build.'" Those piles of wood represent security and hope for a family in need of an affordable house and for our community," she added. "The basis of the Power of Small project is, as individuals, we have the power to make significant and tangible changes in our community." What better way to kick off the pilot Pow er of Small" project than during H abitat's 25th Annual Strawberry F estival? "W e couldn't be prouder of the effort and success the Leadership Class of 2013 is contributing to our mission," said Joe Gassman, Habitat Pr esident and CEO. The Class of 2013 will feature its Pow er of Small" project to help educate the community and raise funds to build a house with the Gibson Fa mily and Habitat. The two-day build at the Strawberry F estival will complete the interior and exterior framing and be moved to 451 Stone Street in Cocoa, following the festival. Photo courtesy of Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County, Inc.V olunteers from the Class of 2013 Leadership Brevard Build participate in a wall-raising event earlier this year.See LEAD, 19 046058

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6BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL Booker T. Washington (BTW) was the first black neighborhood in Eau Gallie and was once known as a thriving community, where pickup baseball games took place on empty lots, Sundays were for picnics, and children played freely in the small playground on the corner of Masterson and Southland. Through the years, drugs, addiction and alcoholism took root in the community. The crack cocaine craze brought a whole new set of challenges. The epicenter of much of this activity was the old Kennedy St r eet Apartments, known as "The B ottoms" where drug dealers, prostitution, guns and shootings were common place. N early every week, police were called out for crimes that would be considered shocking in other parts of Brevard County. Neighborhood association meetings and neighborhood watch meetings with police were poorly attended. A small number of residents wanted to see the neighborhood r eturn to the safe conditions once known. In 1991, an evangelical preacher, a former drug dealer, a disabled single father, and other r esidents joined together to restore BT W to the safe place it once was. J oining them were the city of Melbourne Police and Housing & Community Development Department, Br evard Neighborhood Development Coalition and Habitat for PRESIDENT / CEO HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF BREVARD COUNTY JOE GASSMANN EW H EIGHTSF rom the Bottoms' upSee BOOKER, 15 Photo courtesy of Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County, Inc.Future homeowner Pauline Clark looks on as 1976 Southland is torn down. C ome Worship With Us!R ebuilding Families and Changing Lives R ebuilding Families and Changing Lives R ebuilding Families and Changing LivesS unday Worship 10:30 am C andlewood Suites2930 Pineda Causeway € Viera, FL32940(Near N. Wickham Rd &Sellers Lane)S amuel M. Earl, Pastor321-345-7136www.MaranathaStl.orgContactus@MaranathaStl.orgS unday Worship 10:30 am C andlewood Suites2930 Pineda Causeway € Viera, FL32940(Near N. Wickham Rd &Sellers Lane)S amuel M. Earl, Pastor321-345-7136www.MaranathaStl.orgContactus@MaranathaStl.org045645 ALLAREWELCOMEMARANTHACHURCHMARANTHACHURCH P astor Samuel M. Earl 047757

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7BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL H abitat for Humanity of Brevard C ounty, Inc. (Habitat) is excited to have two AmeriCorps Program volunteers to help increase our services to current and future Habitat families. "W e are looking to improve Habitat's family services and increase our r each in the community through the skills our AmeriCorps volunteers bring," said Charlotte Hutchinson, H abitat's Vice President and COO. These two Brevard County volunteers have committed one year of service to working with Habitat to improve capacity building programs. Me r edith Fee, Family Service Coordinator, will focus on establishing a F amily Mentor Program to help guide new families from Habitat program application through their first year, as new Habitat homeowners. Me r edith is part of the AmeriCorps N ational Program, which has a goal of engaging AmeriCorps members in direct service and capacity building to address critical community needs. S he is a 2012 Florida State University graduate with a degree in Family and Children Sciences and a member of Holy Name of Jesus C atholic Community in Indialantic. She plans to attend law school next fall to pursue a career in human rights law. Why does she volunteer with Habitat? "I think Habitat is an organization that promotes the dignity of human beings, and that's how I want to spend my life", she said. Andy Schirmacher, CommunityMeredith Fee & Andy SchirmacherVOLU NTEERINGBy Lisa BarrVice President of Development / Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County Habitat for Humanity volunteer Andy Schirmacher and future homeowner and volunteer Anita Gibson.Photos courtesy of Habitat for Humanity of Brevard Habitat volunteer Meredith Fee, center, along with Tiffany Ross and Suheil Gonzalez work on the roof of a Habitat Home in Melbourne.See VO LU NTEER, 17 051267 051265

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9BR EVARD CountyHOMETOWN NEWSMarch 15, 2013STRAW BERRY FESTIVAL Ev eryone deserves a decent, affordable place to live, but for W endy Anderson and her son Colin, life's situations made living in a house out of reach. Ms. Anderson lived in Brevard C ounty from 2003 until 2007. "M y father got sick in Maine, so I moved to help take care of him," she said. "When he passed in 2010, I r eturned to Brevard County to be close to my daughters." Ms. Anderson transferred her position, working as a certified nursing assistant for the Veterans Administration, from Maine to Orlando. Then her life began to unravel. The car I drove from Maine broke down," she said. "Since I had just moved, I didn't have money to fix the car, so I lost my job in Orlando. W ithout the job, I was not able to pay my rent, so I lost my apartment and found myself moving in with my daughter." Mo ving in meant living in a tent in the backyard, since 12 people lived in a three-bedroom house. Affordable housing in Brevard C ounty Florida is hard to find. The average two-bedroom rental unit in Brevard County is $879 a month. In order to afford this rent, plus utilities, a household must earn $33,600 per year. Florida's minimum wage is $7.79 per hour, meaning one working person in a household can't afford rent. Who can help? WENDY'S JOURNEYHome is where the heart is Colin and W endy Anderson volunteer at Habitat's 24th annual Strawberry Festival.Photo courtesy of Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County, Inc. By Lisa BarrVice President of Development / Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County See WENDY, 18 047791Where Your First TanIs Always FreeŽ5000 N. Wickham Rd. Melbourne, FL32940Next to Fujiyama Steak House321-610-8971 Best Value in Brevard County!Latest in tanning technologies both UV and sunless tanning. Only salon in Brevard County to offer NEWVersa Spa Pro Heated Solutions.Also offering full body waxing,custom airbrushing. See IdealTans.com for more information. Buy One Month, Get SecondFREEAny Bed Must Present CouponFITBody Wrap AND T eeth Whitening$50Must Present Coupon 045637

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Melbourne 321-308-0275V isit our Website for Weekly Specials DowntownProduce.com Br evard CountyEntertainmentSECTIONB FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 2013Dining &ARIES March 21-April 20Aries, take time to sort through some of the paperwork on your desk. You could find there is something important that you overlooked that needs to be addressed.TA URU S April 21-May 21T here are a few things you can't seem to work out in your head, Taurus. A better idea may be to put everything on paper and perhaps the answer will jump out.GEM IN I May 22-June 21Gemini, there will be a few moments this week when you seem to have a breakthrough. Maybe it's in a relationship or you have just the right answers at work.CA NCE R June 22-July 22Surprising events are in store as you continue to change your views about life-altering events, Cancer. Y ou may find your master plan is entirely turned on its head.LEO July 23-Aug 23Leo, your energy level is so revved up that others won't be able to keep up with you. Y ou may have to slow down a little to let others catch up.VIRGO Aug. 24-Sept. 22Virg o, others find it difficult to change your opinion once you have your mind set on something. But it still helps to consider if the direction you're heading is the right way.LIBRA Sept. 23-Oct. 23Libra, you may be feeling a little homesick, especially if you are away on business orOut & about MELBOURNE One of the most anticipated cultural events of the year has arrived. The 17th annual I ndiafest will be held at the Wickham Pavilion in M elbourne from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, March 9, and from 11 a.m. to 5 p .m. on Sunday, March 10. C elebrating 100 years of the captivating cinema, known as "Bollywood", this year's theme is sure to be a crowd-pleaser. The Indian cinema industry is considered the largest movie industry in the world, producing more movies than Hollywood each year," said N ina Gadodia, chairwoman and founder of I ndiafest. "The industry has changed considerably through its 100-year existence." I ndiafest is a volunteeroperated, nonprofit cultural organization known for its charitable efforts to several local charities, including parent organization, Manav M andir. This year, the organization has selected Sentinels of Freedom as the special charity," Mrs. Gadodia said in a press release. "W e chose Sentinels of Fr eedom after seeing the need to help out our r eturning heroes, as they r ehabilitate in the society," Mrs. Gadodia said. Those who are attending Indiafest for the first time can expect a wide r ange of entertainment. There will be many booths run by Florida's finest Indian restaurants, serving an array of Indian cuisine," Mrs. Gadodia said. "There will also be vendors from around the country selling Sarris, other Indian clothing, fine and costume jewelry, and hand-crafted and home dŽcor artifacts of India." A "Discover India" booth will exhibit artifacts and history of "100 Years of Indian Cinema," with a theatre presenting the history of Bollywood. "D ances and musical performances, as well as the signature fashions show, will be alive with the beats of Bollywood on both days," Mrs. Gadodia added. F un for the whole family, Indiafest also has a y outh activity booth, educating and entertaining children with handson activities, including movie-making workshops. W ith an appeal to many walks of life, Indiafest strives to bring people together. This is a communitybased organization which promotes multiculturalism and a healthy coexistence," Mrs. Gadodia said. "W e encourage our community and all ethnic backgrounds to come learn the dances and then perform them together." I ndiafest will be at W ickham Park Pavilion, on Saturday,March 9, from 10 a.m.to 6 p.m.,and S unday,March 10,from 11 a.m.to 5 p.m. T ickets are $5 for adults, $2 for children ages 6-12, with free admission for children 5 and younger. V isit www.indiafestbreva r d.org for more information.The Luck of the Irish' movies at the libraryT he Cocoa Beach Public Library, in its "Luck of the Irish" free Friday movies, will present will present the following in March: March 8: "War of the Buttons" March 15: "The Quiet Man" March 22: "Waking Ned Devine" March 29: "In America" T hese are free matinees at 3 p.m., celebrating the Emerald Isle. T he library is at 550 N. Brevard Ave., Cocoa Beach. F or more information, call (321) 86811 04.Spring Spectacular at the auditoriumT he Seaside Piecemakers Quilt Club will present its Spring Spectacular, featuring an "Evening With Eleanor Burns," 7-9 p.m. Friday, March 8 at the Melbourne Civic Auditorium, 625 E. Hibiscus Blvd., Melbourne. Pre-paid tickets cost $25 per person and $30 the evening of the event. Eleanor Burns is the Quilter's Hall of F ame Honoree 2012. F or more information, visit www.eassidepiecemakers.com, email j19mcx2@aol.com or call (321) 6314600.Chamber music beachsideT he Melbourne Chamber Music Society will present the world renowned Pacifica String Quartet on Capt Hirams: Greg & Br ian will play at 4 p.m. and Orange Avenue will play at 7:30 p.m. Friday. The Tree Fr ogs will play at 2 p.m. and Orange Avenue will play at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. The Big C oque will play at 2 p.m. and Greg Vadimsky will play at 6 p.m. Sunday. Kevin Mc C ullers will play at 6 p .m. Monday. Coque Duo acoustic rock will play at 6 p .m. Tuesday. Micah Read D uo acoustic rock, classic r ock, rock and top 40 will play at 6 p.m. Wednesday. Ladies night with Hypersona duo will be at 7 p.m. Thursday. Capt Hirams is at 1580 S. U.S. Highway 1, S ebastian .F or more information,call (772) 589-4345. Cheers 2 U Bar : Live trivia is 5-7 p.m. and Ka r aoke Plus by Doc is 9 p .m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. Bar bingo is 2-4 p.m. Sunday. O pen mic jam is 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday. Cheers 2 U is at 2086 Sarno Road, M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2549411. Coconuts on the Beach: Pe r fect Tuesday will play at 7 p.m. Friday. Lights Out Pr oject will play at 2 p.m. S aturday. Jimmi Mazz will play at 2 p.m. Sunday. K irsten will play at 7 p.m. T uesday. Chris Miller will play at 7 p.m. Wednesday. T ed Villareal will play at 7 p .m. Thursday. Coconuts is at 2 Minutemen Causeway, C ocoa Beach. F or more information,call (321) 7841422. Earl's Hideaway: The R andy Skirvin Band will play at 8:30 p.m. Friday. R ock Foundation will play at 2 p.m. and Strobe will play at 8:30 p.m. Saturday. J immy Thackery will play at 2 p.m. Sunday. Earl's is at 1405 Indian River Drive, S ebastian. F or more information,call (772) 5895700. Fill-N-Station Saloon: J ohnny Rock 1 and Linda Lavis will host Southern T alent Karaoke 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday See S CENE, B2 See SCOPES, B4V ibrant culture, cinema celebrated at IndiafestClub Scene File artMilli Patel, 6, of Suntree performs a traditional Rajasthani dance on stage during last year's Indiafest at Wickham Pavilion in Melbourne. See OUT, B2 W eek of 3-8-2013 By Amanda Hatfieldahatfield@hometownnewsol.com

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F riday, March 8 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Mark's United Methodist Church, Highway A1A, Indialantic. T he program will include works of Haydn, Shostakovitch and Ravel. Tickets cost $30 for adults, $15 for students and are available by phone at (321) 2 13-5100, on the internet at MelbourneChamberMusicSociety.com and at the door.A Grand Night For Singing'T he Henegar Center for the Arts in Melbourne's downtown theatre district has announced its spring musical,"A Grand Night For Singing," the Tony A ward-nominated musical revue by Rodgers and Hammerstein. The show will run March 8-24. "A Grand Night For Singing" opened the 1994 Broadway season with flair and distinction, earning two Tony nominations, including Best Musical. Rodgers and Hammerstein's founding fathers probably never imagined "Shall We Dance?" as a comic pas de deux for a towering beauty and her diminutive admirer, nor didthey suspect that one day, a lovelorn young lad might pose the musical question "How do you solve a problem like Maria?" But that's precisely the kind of invention lavished upon this revue, with innovative musical arrangements, including a sultry Andrews Sisters-esque "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Out-a My Hair," a swingin' "Honeybun" worthy of the Modernaires, and a jazzy "Kansas City," which leaves no question about how terrifically up-to-date the remarkable songs of R&H remain. F eaturing beloved songs from "The King and I," "South P acific," "State Fair" and more, the play provides new life for these signature songs, echoing the timelessness of Rodgers and Hammerstein's work. "A Grand Night For Singing"is directed by Maureen Fallon, and the talented vocal cast includes Sean Alton, Jessie Armstrong, W alter Clapp, Margaret Cross, Don Cross, Joseph Held, Rob Landers, Michelle Lee, Shari Milian and Tee Rockwell. Sue Diebel is conducting the eight-piece orchestra that will be performing onstage in the garden party setting. Don't miss this magical, musical revue at the Henegar Center for the Arts at 8 p.m. F riday and Saturdays, with Sunday matinees at 2 p.m. at the Henegar Center for the Arts, 625 E. New Haven Ave., in Melbourne's Downtown T heatre District. T ickets cost $23 for adults, $21 for seniors and $16 for students, plus handling fees. Reserved tickets may be purchased at the Henegar Center Box Office Monday through Friday. Love, sex and the I.R.S.'Surfside Players ushers in the tax season with the farce "Love, Sex and the I.R.S." by W illiam Van Zandt and Jane Millmore, directed by Troy Jones. T ax season is upon us, and if you're looking for ways to score a refund, here's an example of what not to do. Jon Trachtman" and "Leslie Arthur," out-of-work musicians rooming together in New York, are listing each other as married on tax returns to save money. T he day of reckoning comes when the I.R.S. informs the "couple" they're going to be investigated by a "Mr. Spinner." Leslie masquerades as a housewife, aided by Jon's fiancee Kate. Complicating matters further, Leslie and Kate are having an affair behind Jon's back. Jon's mother drops in unexpectedly to meet her son's fiancee, and Leslie's exg irlfriend shows up demanding to know why Leslie has changed and won't see her anymore. T he show performs March 82 4, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. T ickets cost $18 for adults, $16 for seniors and active military personnel, $13 for students, and opening night is buy one, get one fr ee night! (Caution: Contains occasional profanity.) The play is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc. (www.samuelfrench.com) The box office at (321) 78331 27 has a live operator T uesdays through Fridays from 2-4 p.m., and one hour before performances. Plus, you may purchase tickets for any show in the rest of the season at www.surfsideplayers.com. The Surfside Playhouse is on Ramp Road, in Cocoa Beach. F ourth annual golf tournamentT he Fourth Annual Darren Daulton Golf Tournament, sponsored by Yuengling, will be Saturday, March 9 at Mallard's Landing Golf Course, 27 50 Lake Washington Road, Melbourne. T here will be an 8 a.m. sign in and an 8:30 a.m. tee time. T here will be raffle prizes, sports memorabilia prizes, barbecue, Yuengling beer and more at Mugs Pub, 3250 Lake W ashington Road, Melbourne. Special guests at the tournament will be: Darren Daulton, Steve Deberg and Dick Yuengling. Cost is $250 per foursome. T he event will benefit ifionlyhad.org. T he Darren Daulton F oundation was formed by former Philadelphia Phillies catcher and three-time All-Star Darren "Dutch" Daulton. The foundation teams up with other national charities in P ennsylvania and Florida to help the homeless and to support youth sports around the country. Steve Deberg is a retired American football quarterback, whose career spanned 21 years over three decades. Quarterbacks, like Peyton Manning and others, have studied M r. Deberg's playaction techniques. F or more information, email tperri@darrendaulton.com or call (321) 749-2222.Art of Sand at the zooT oyota of Melbourne and Lexus of Melbourne will present Art of Sand 2013 to benefit the arts in Brevard now through Memorial Day, at the Brevard Zoo, 8225 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. T his year's exhibit will feature more than 13 sand sculptures that trace the history of wildlife and human beings in Florida from prehistoric times through the present. T he zoo is open daily 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cost is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors and $2 for children (on top of regular zoo admission). F or more information, visit www.artofsand.org.March Medley'T he West Melbourne "March Medley" will be 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, March 9 at West Melbourne Community Park, 3 000 Minton Road, West Melbourne. Th ere will be indoor and outdoor activities, including arts and crafts, rummage sale, food vendors, farmer's market, pony rides, petting zoo, hand painting and open mic/karaoke. V endors may rent 10x10 outdoor spaces for $15 and 6foot indoor spaces for $20. T he event is sponsored by the West Melbourne Recreation Department. To register for vendor spaces or more information, call (321) 837-7 779.P et photos with the Easter BunnyT he Friends For Animals Sanctuary will present Pet Photos with the Easter Bunny 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, March 9 at Pet Supermarket, 41 00 N. Wickham Road, Suite 10 7A, No. 129, Melbourne. No appointments are necessary. There will be goodie bags and raffle prizes. F or a $10 donation, receive a framed 4X6 color photo. Proceeds will benefit homeless animals in paying for the medical expenses of the animals, which Friends for Animals Sanctuary rescues. All pets must be on a leash or in appropriate carriers and have current vaccinations and tags, for the safety of other animals and friends. F or more information, visit www.friends4animalssanctuary.org or call (321) 259-9627.P ops orchestra to performT he Space Coast Pops Orchestra will present "March Merriment" for the third concert of its 27th Annual Season Subscription Series at 2:30 p.m.Saturday, March 9 at the Merritt Island First Baptist Church on S.R. 520 and Courtenay Parkway, Merritt Island. Conductor Candler Schaffer will direct the Pops Orchestra in"The Flight to Neverland," "Come Fly With Me," "The St. Louis Blues," "Jupiter, The Bringer of Jollity," "Over the Rainbow," "It Don't Mean a T hing," "Blues in the Night" and otherclassics. He will also present guest artist Brian Gatchell, a wellknown local and worldwide pianist and merchant in key brands of keyboards. Mr. Gatchel will perform "Phantom Piano of the Opera" by Andrew Lloyd Webber, "Piano Concerto in A minor" (Adagio) by Edvard Grieg and Gershwin's "Concerto in F" for piano and orchestra (Allegro). Single concert tickets are $20 for general admission in advance at ticket outlets and $3 extra at the door. Call (321) 632-7445 for more information, ticket outlet locations and single concert reserved seat tickets.Brevard Walk of Fame'Eckerdpresents the 2013 Brevard Walk of Fame gala, recognizing some of the most prominent and influential business and community leaders and celebrities in Central Florida Saturday, March 9 from 6-9 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Space Coast Convention Center, 301 Tucker Lane, Cocoa (S.R. 520 and I-95). T he "Celebrity VIP Mingle" begins at 5:30 p.m. T he 2013Brevard Walk of F amehonorees include: United States Sen.Bill Nelson, Community Credit Union presidentDavid Brock, Space Florida president and CEOnights. The Fill-N-Station S aloon is at 2685 U.S. H ighway 1, Mims. F or more information,call (321) 3830053. G ood Times Beer & Wine: R andy Crider and D ual Explosion will host karaoke 8 p.m. to midnight T uesday through Saturday. Good Times is at 1565 Sarno R oad, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 6108991. Grills Seafood & Tiki Bar Port Ca naveral: The F abulous CT's will play 7:3011:30 p.m. Friday. Chris M iller will play 2-6 p.m. and D elgado will play 7:30-11:30 p .m. Saturday. The Vibe will play 2-6 p.m. Sunday. J ohnny Danger will play at 6 p .m. Wednesday. Jay Croiser will play at 5 p.m. Thursday. Grills at the Port is at 505 G len Cheek Drive, Cape C anaveral. F or moreinformation,call (321) 868-2226. Grills Seafood & Tiki Bar Riverside: K attyshack will play 7:30-11:30 p.m. Friday. J ohnny Danger will play 2-6 p .m. and Don't Quit Your D ay Job will play from 7:3011:30 p.m. Saturday. The J ohn Quinlivin Band will play 2-6 p.m. Sunday. Jason Domulot will play at 6 p.m. W ednesday. Duck and Cover will play at 5 p.m. Thursday. Grills Riverside is at 6075 N. U.S. Highway 1, Melbourne F or more information,call (321) 242-8999. Ichabod's Beachside: B eachside trivia on the deck under the stars is 7-9:30 p .m. Wednesday nights, hosted by Lloyd Middlestead and Kevin Denelsbeck, with some adult content. Ichabod's Beachside is at 2320 N. Highway A1A, Indialantic. F or more information,call (321) 7770214. International Palms R esort: "M agic & Mayhem" is a buffet dinner, magic and comedy show every Saturday. Dinner starts at 6 p.m., with the show at 7:15 p.m. C ost is $19.95 for adults and $15.95 for children. The I nternational Palms Resort and Conference Center is at 1300 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa B each. F or more information and reservations,call (800) 206-2747.Group rates are available. Loggerhead Bar & Grille: Ka r aoke is every Wednesday night 7-11 p.m. Logerhead's is at 3830 Highway A1A, M elbourne Beach .F or more information,call (321) 7255900. Open Mike's: F unk jam is 6-9 p.m. Monday. Open jam is 6-9 p.m. Tuesday. Adult comic night is 6-9 p.m. W ednesday. Spoken work and open mic night is 6-9 p .m. Thursday. Friday is jazz jam night from 6-9 p.m. B and showcase night is 6-9 p .m. Saturday. Open Mike's is at Florida Discount M usic, 454 N. Harbor City Bl v d., U.S. Highway 1, M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2545645. Ozzies'Crabhouse: M att R oberts will play 6-10 p.m. Fr iday. Steve Cowden will play 6-10 p.m. Saturday. S uper Cats Lite will play 5-9 p .m. Sunday. Atlantic B luegrass will play 7-9 p.m. W ednesday. Karaoke with K en Eddy will be 7-11 p.m. Thursday. Ozzie's is at 4391 D ixie Highway N.E., Palm Bay. F or more information, call (321) 724-0009. Rusty's Seafood & Oyster Bar: J on Parrot will play 5-9 p .m. Tuesday. Rusty's is at 628 Glen Cheek Drive, Port C anaveral .F or more information,call (321) 783-2033. Sand Dollar Bar: Ka r aoke with Danno is every Friday and Saturday night at 8 p.m. The Sand Dollar is at 260 N. Orlando Av e ., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-0107. Sebastian Beach Inn: Ka r aoke with Kenneth will be at 7 p.m. Friday. Plan B will play at 3 p.m. Saturday. The Rhythm will play at 2 p .m. Sunday. The Sebastian B each Inn is at 7035 S. H ighway A1A, Melbourne B each. F or more information,call (321) 728-4311. Siggy's American Bar: D ance party with DJ Chris will be at 8 p.m. with A bsolute Blue playing from 9 p.m. to closing Friday. D ance party with DJ Chris will be at 8 p.m. with Luna P earl playing from 9:30 p.m. to closing Saturday. The NASCAR Kobalt Tools 400 will be at the Las Vegas M otor Speedway at 3 p.m. S unday. Karaoke with Charles & Lissa will be at 9 p .m. Wednesday. Acoustic night with Drive is at 7 p.m. Thursday. Siggy's is at 1153 M alabar Road N.E., Palm Bay. F or more information, call (321) 952-0104. Squid Lips Melbourne: Live Pan will play at 3 p.m. Fr iday. Johnny Danger will play at 2 p.m. Sunday. Billie Lee will play at 6 p.m. T uesday. Savannah Wind will play at 6 p.m. Wednesday. John Q's Heartbreaker and friends jam session will be at 6 p.m. Thursday. Squid Lips is at 1477 Pineapple Av e ., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2593101. Wet Spot: J am night with R ockShot will be from 7-11 p .m. Wednesday. All musicians are welcome. The Wet S pot is at 3650 Dixie Highway N.E., Palm Bay. For more information,call (321) 728-3055. Editor's note: To have your music venue listed in the Club Scene,email your schedules to brevnews@hometownnewsol.com, fax them to (321) 242-1281 or provide a website where the information may be found. 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Scholarship availableO ceanside Charter Chapter of the American B usiness Women's Association is offering a $2,000 scholarship to a deserving area student. Each year, local chapters of ABWA provide Stephen B ufton memorial scholarships to female students who will be attending accreditedUnited States colleges, universities and community/vocational schools. A pplicants must be citizens of the United S tates, residents of Br evardCounty and attending college in August 2013 with a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale. E ligible women interested in applying for the scholarship should contact Anita C arbone at acarbone@cfl.rr.com. A pplications can be found at www.sbmef.org and must be completed by Mar ch 29.Beachside facilities availableThe city of Satellite Beach has indoor and outdoor facilities for activities and for rent. They include: Pelican Beach Clubhouse: capacity 70 Pelican Beach Park pavilions: six, capacity 1270 Skatepark: soccer and football fields Dog Park: walking trail DRS Community Center: gymnasium, game room, meeting rooms and dance studios DeSoto Recreation C omples: tennis and r acquetball courts Samsons Island Nature Pa r k: 52-acre park accessible by boat with public transportation S undays Hightower Beach Park: educational boardwalk dune crossover F or more information,call the Satellite Beach Recreation Department 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.Monday through F riday at (321) 773-6458 or visit www.satellitebeachrecreation.org.Sustained long-term climate warmingNASA scientists say 2012 was the ninth warmest of any year since 1880, continuing a long-term trend of rising global temperatures. W ith the exception of 1988, the nine warmest ye ars in the 132-year record all have occurred since 2000, with 2010 and 2005 r anking as the hottest years on record. NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New Yo r k, which monitors global surface temperatures on an ongoing basis, recently r eleased an updated analysis that compares temperatures around the globe in 2012 to the average global temperature from the mid-20th century. The comparison shows how Earth continues to experience warmer temperatures than several decades ago. The average temperature in 2012 was about 58.3 degrees Fahrenheit (14.6 C elsius), which is 1.0 F (0.6 C) warmer than the mid20th century baseline. The average global temperature has rose about 1.4 degrees F (0.8 C) since 1880, according to the new analysis. Scientists emphasize that w eather patterns always will cause fluctuations in average temperature from y ear to year, but the continued increase in greenhouse gas levels in Earth's atmosphere assures a long-term rise in global temperatures. Each successive year will not necessarily be warmer than the year before, but on the current course of greenhouse gas increases, scientists expect each successive decade to be warmer than the previous decade. F or images related to the data,visit http://go.nasa.gov/10wqit w.V olunteer coordinators needed for programThe American Cancer S ociety has an urgent need for volunteer coordinators to manage the Road to R ecovery program's daily drivers in Brevard County. The Road to Recovery program is operated by volunteers who drive local cancer patients to and from lifesaving chemotherapy and/or radiation treatments. The society needs volunteer coordinators to match patients with drivers and schedule trips to and from treatments. An integral part of treating cancer successfully is making sure cancer patients receive their treatments, but many find making transportation arrangements is a challenge. The American Cancer S ociety provided more than 3,100 cancer patients with r ides to treatment in F lorida last year. If you or someone you know can help this program continue to get patients to their treatments,call Gina B ecker at (407) 581-2535 or email gina.becker@cancer.org.Center gets new artistic directorThe Henegar Center for the Arts in Downtown Melbourne has announced that Ha nk Rion of Indialantic will jointhe staff as itsartistic director, effective mid F ebruary, initially on a parttime basis. He will assume the position full-time in mid-May. Mr. Rion has extensive education and experience in all aspects of theatrical production. He is currently director of the drama department in the Satellite High School F ine Arts Academy, where he has directed the awardwinning program for more than five years. Pr eviously (2001-07,) he was an assistant professor at the College of the Albemarle in Elizabeth City, N.C. He served as its Fine Arts Department chairman from 2003 to 2005. He has performed in several national tours, including "Grease" and "42nd St r eet." He r eceived his Bachelor of Fine Arts theater arts from Valdosta State University and his master of fine arts in directing from the CUNYBrooklyn College. F or more information, call (321) 537-0531,(321) 723-8698 or visit www.henegar.org. The Henegar Center for the Arts is at 625 E.New Ha v en Ave.,Melbourne. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, March 8, 2013 Melbourne B3 052147Answers located in Classied Section ALLYOUCANEAT!ALLYOUCANEAT!ALLYOUCANEAT!$795Lunch*$1095Dinner**Beverages are not included in prices quoted BabcockNASA BLVD.WalgreensGREEN APPLE SEEDS ALLYOUCANEAT!Buffet Includes :Portion Controlled 6 oz.Prime Rib Fried Shrimp€ Grilled SalmonEvery Night Prime Rib With Us! No Take outBUFFETSPECIAL MONDAY&TUESDAY$795AllDay*BUFFETWEDNESDAY-SUNDAYNew Menu Items Available Breakfast Buffet$495045539GREENAPPLESEEDSAmerican &Oriental BUFFETGREENAPPLESEEDSAmerican &Oriental BUFFET835 S. 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William M. PrendergastArmy Pfc. William M. Prendergast has graduated from Basic Combat Tr aining at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla. Pfc. Prendergast is the son of Pam J ones and brother of Angela Jones, both of Palm Bay. He is a 1997 graduate of Palm Bay H igh School, Melbourne. He earned an associate degree in 2003 from Br evard Community College, Palm Bay.Sharlot Q. DaviesAir Force Airman Sharlot Q. D avies graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Fo r ce Base, San Antonio, Texas. Airman Davies is the daughter of Scarlet Davies of Melbourne, and granddaughter of Gerie Johnson of B ismarck, N.D. S he is a 2011 graduate of Viera H igh School, Viera.Jessica L. LamptonAir Force Airman 1st Class Jessica L. Lampton graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Fo r ce Base, San Antonio, Texas. Airman Lampton is the daughter of Susan Porche of Melbourne. F riday, March 8, 2013 B4 MelbourneHometown News 052144 Dr. Denture045538€ Quality Dentures € Reasonable Fees € Competitive Prices € Medicaid AcceptedOne Day Service for Relines and RepairsDeluxe Dentures Starting at $660 full set € $400 singleAstron 1180 Hypoallergenic Acrylic available €$50 extraCall for appointment: 321-259-1949313 N. BABCOCK ST. € MELBOURNE FL Lic# 10444 418 N. Harbor City Blvd., Melbourne € (Next to Dels Freeze)(321) 610-4688www.ODC1.com045854 Mon.-Thurs. 9am-6pm Fri &Sat. 9am-8pm € Sun 12-6pm 60%OFRETAILORLESS! LIQUIDATIONS RETURNS -OVERSTOCKSmall Appliances € Microwaves € Hardware € Health &Beauty Products € Sporting Goods T oys € Housewares € Barbeque Grills € Patio Furniture € Home Decor &Accessories Furniture € Linens, Towels € Bedding € Floor Lamps € Home Office From Major Retailers such as Wal-Mart! Hair Accessoriesstarting at $1.00 Luggagestarting at $9.99 Lightingstarting at $3.00 Comforter Sets, Spreads, Linenstarting at $9.99 Kitchen Appliancesstarting at $5.00 Laundry Detergent $5.00 Softener $3.00 Dishwasher Tabs $5.00 T oolsstarting at 75¢ SAVINGSTOTHERESCUE C ome Worship With Us! S unday Worship 10:30 am C andlewood Suites2930 Pineda Causeway € Viera, FL32940(Near N. Wickham Rd &Sellers Lane)S amuel M. Earl, Pastor321-345-7136www.MaranathaStl.orgContactus@MaranathaStl.org046022P astor &Lady Samuel M. Earl ALLAREWELCOME CASINO BUSNOW 5 DAYS A WEEK!772290YOU PAY ONLY$35YOU RECEIVE$40 T AMPA From Brevard CountyFREE PLAY1-866-928-4375 Ext 1Use Dots Buses Anywhere-FL & USAFL Seller of Travel Reg No 15763F or Reservations CallTu e, W ed, Thur, Sat & Sun Round Trip Motorcoach 051251 19 01 Debroodt Rd. SW P alm Bay, FL 32908www.relayforlife.org/palmbayfl 321-253-0361 ext. 5758 045851 New Office of Paul L. Winslow, III, M.D. Join Us On Friday, March 8thCall for an appointment (321) 622-5650Monday-Friday 8am-5pm € Most insurances acceptedAnytime between 4 pm-7 pm 1649 W. Eau Gallie Blvd., Suite 201(across the street from Eau GallieHighSchool) 047374March 19thSearstown Mall 5:00-8:00 pmMarch 19thSample delightful treats and see all the products and/or services offered from area businesses, food vendors, restaurants and caterers. You wont want to miss out attending this annual sell-out event! Tickets can be purchased at the Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce, 2000 South Washington Avenue, Titusville, FL32780 or online @www .Titusville .or g Ad v ance Tickets Available$15.00 per person| $20.00 at doorF or more information call267-3036 Military Noteson vacation. Try to make the most of the situation even if you're feeling nostalgic.SC O RPI O Oct. 24-Nov. 22Scorpio, if it seems like nothing is going your way, keep in mind there is a master plan in the works. You may not be able to see the resolution, but just be patient.SAG ITTARIUS Nov 23-Dec 21Sagittarius, there are a few puzzle pieces that you need to get into place and then you'll have everything worked out. Reward yourself with a night out.CA PRI CO RN Dec .22-Jan. 20Capricorn, lay low for a while rather than drumming up some trouble. Tempting as it is to stir the pot; it may cause more difficulties for you in the long run.AQ UARIUS Jan 21-Feb 18Aquarius, although you have a few projects on your to-do list, you can't seem to get started. Instead of looking at the entire list, tackle one task at a time and you'll get the job get done.PIS CE S Feb. 19-March 20Pisces, turn your thoughts to creative efforts and you'll find the days will just fly by. Before you know it, the weekend will be here.ScopesF rom page B1 YOUR LOCAL NEWS & INFORMATION SOURCE 2x.5 Visit W ebsite

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Ruth Ann KinneyR uth Ann Kinney, 75, of S atellite Beach, died S unday, Feb. 17, 2013. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, 1001 S. H ickory St., Melbourne.W endy Adams-WeigelW endy Adams-Weigel, 50, of Melbourne, died Monday, Fe b. 18, 2013. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, 560 M ontreal Ave., Melbourne.Audrey A. AverillA udrey A. Averill, 82, of M elbourne, died Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, 1286 S. U.S. Highway 1, Rockledge.John DoranJ ohn Doran, 76, of Melbourne Beach, died W ednesday, Feb. 20, 2013. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, 560 M ontreal Ave., Melbourne.Marjorie HullM arjorie Hull, 85, of M elbourne, died Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, 1286 S. U.S. Highway 1, Rockledge.Dorothy A. WhitmanDorothy A. Whitman, 76, of Melbourne, died Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, 1001 S. H ickory St., Melbourne.Margaret Lucille ReardonMa r garet Lucille Reardon, 83, of Melbourne, died S aturday, Feb. 23, 2013. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, 560 www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, March 8, 2013 Melbourne B5 772174 772175 045448www.abuyerschoice.com 050851 Swing ThroughParadise At An Introductory Price Swing ThroughParadise At An Introductory PriceAquarina Country Club Aquarina Country Club 7500 S. Highway A1A € MelbourneBeach € Call (321) 676-8923 for tee times. Or book online at AquarinaGolf.comSublime Golf IsJust 5 Minutes North of Sebastian Inlet Sublime Golf IsJust 5 Minutes North of Sebastian Inlet Sublime Golf IsJust 5 Minutes North of Sebastian Inlet Sublime Golf IsJust 5 Minutes North of Sebastian Inlet Play 18 Holes Every Saturday & Sunday Thru April for only $2500 cart included Every WednesdayItalian Night18 holes w/cart &dinnerfor only $3000 Call Brassie Grille for menu(321) 327-3409Sublime Golf IsJust 5 Minutes North of Sebastian InletW elcome To Aquarina CountryClub!after 3 pmAquarina Country Club offers players a beautiful challenge By Chris Fish cfish@hometownnewsol.com MELBOURNE BEACH -President of Aquarina Country Club Billy Graham hopes the golf course at his club offers players an e xperience they will never forget. "It's the journey of the course that matters," Mr. Graham said. "I have played this course multiple times, switching (the tees into different spots), and it's always a new experience." However, nearly four y ears ago, the course was heading on a steady decline since its first opening in 1995, and, by the spring of 2012, it was plagued with muddy g reens and trees hindering players' games. But, with the help of community volunteering from some of Aquarina's 360 residents, coupled with the tender care of its staff, the greens of Aquarina returned to its natural state by November 2012. "We have had quite a bit of financial and labor donated from the residents," Mr. Graham said. "It was an incredible amount." What once was completely unplayable, the semi-private, oceanto-river course now provides golfers a challenging playing e xperience, all in the presence of friendly Florida wildlife within the Archie Carr National W ildlife Refuge. The 18-hole, par-62 v enue extends to 4,313 yards from the longest tees with twists, sand, w ater, woods and turns. This design allows each area of the course breathing room for play, with each hole offering a unique and challenging test for players, including play around mangrove marshes and 11 lakes. Golfers can also fish, as the course allows docking from the Indian River, and, once they are f inished, they can be picked-up in a golf cart and driven directly to the course to start their game. Also, for those looking to have a casual evening, the country club offers "The Brassie Grille," an eatery offering breakfast, lunch, Wednesday night Italian Night, a weekend dinner menu and a fully stocked bar. Aquarina Country Club is located at 7500 S. Highway A1A in Melbourne Beach. The club offers golfing, dining, tennis, fishing, birding, e xotic wildlife-watching, beachcombing along the Atlantic and boating on the Indian River. F or more information, visit them online at www.aquarinagolf.com. Aquarina Country Club PGA Professional Jim Stemble plays the course which is nestled between the Atlantic and Indian River. LETUSPAYYOU THEMOST CA$H FORYOURGOLD LETUSPAYYOU THEMOST CA$H FORYOURGOLD LETUSPAYYOU THEMOST CA $ H FORYOURGOLD Melbourne Financial CenterChase Bank Bldg(NOT in the Mall) (corner of W. New Haven &Evans Rd) 1990 W. New Haven Ave., Suite 102WMelbourne, FL321-821-4947www.SquareDealGold.comBrevard Countys #1 Gold Buyer! Brevard Countys #1 Gold Buyer! Over 20,000 People Cant Be Wrong! Over 20,000 People Cant Be Wrong! Over 20,000 People Cant Be Wrong! Over 20,000 People Cant Be Wrong!046036 Call us for more information.This offer cannot be combined with any other promotion.$100 transaction is required W. New Haven Ave Rt 192Evans Rd HollywoodMelbourne Mall T .G.I.Fridays Chase BankFirst Floor, Next Door to Chase Bank Facing Evans Road VISITUSINOURNEWLOCATION! 061758 ObituariesF rank DiBello, SpaceX president Gwynne Shotwell, LEAD Brevard president and CEOKristin Bakke, former NFL and Pro Bowl fullbackLeonard W eaver, former president of Brevard Ccommunity CollegeMaxwell King, Bright House Networks vice president of operations and general managerPaul Hanson, Genesis VII president and CEORobert Jordan, Canaveral Po rt Authority CEOStan Payne and Wasdin Associates vice president and ownerSusie W asdin. Guests will be treated to dinner by Carrabba's Italian Grill, flowing champagne, live entertainment and an unforgettable "Walk of Fame" show, featuring the night's honorees. F or more information, visit www.brevardwalkoffame.com.OutF rom page B2 See OBITUARIES, B6 Visit Us @H ometownNewsOL.com

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M ontreal Ave., Melbourne.L ee HewettLee Hewett, 91, of West M elbourne, died Saturday, Fe b. 23, 2013. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, 1001 S. H ickory St., Melbourne.John E. MurphyJ ohn E. Murphy, 79, of M elbourne, died Saturday, Fe b. 23, 2013. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, 1001 S. H ickory St., Melbourne.Hwi Yeon KimHwi Yeon Kim, 57, of West M elbourne, died Saturday, Fe b. 23, 2013. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, 1001 S. H ickory St., Melbourne.James Lewis LesleyJa mes Lewis Lesley, 76, of W est Melbourne, died S aturday, Feb. 23, 2013. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, 1001 S. Hi ckory St., Melbourne.Karen Teresa LyonsKa r en Teresa Lyons, 49, of M elbourne, died Sunday, Fe b. 24, 2013. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, 1001 S. Hi ckory St., Melbourne.Clara M. CassanoClara M. Cassano, 79, of M elbourne, died Sunday, Fe b. 24, 2013. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, 950 M alabar Road, Palm Bay.John F. Johnny' WhiteJo hn F. "Johnny" White, 71, of Leesburg, died Sunday, Fe b. 24, 2013. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, 1001 S. H ickory St., Melbourne.Rev. W. Gordon MullinaxRe v. W. Go r don Mullinax, 82, of Melbourne, died M onday, Feb. 25, 2013. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, 560 M ontreal Ave., Melbourne. 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Swing into spring with Swingtime Jazz BandFlorida Power & Light funds innovative energy projectsMELBOURNE Florida Pow er & Light Company r ecently funded 12 Brevard C ounty teacher science experiments to further student understanding of r enewable energy. The 12 teachers in Breva rd C ounty received a total of $9,985 in grants. The organization provided each teacher funding, r anging from $500 to $2,500, depending on the needs of the experiment. M aureen Wilt, education program manager for F lorida Power & Light, said the grants help further students' understanding of energy, so one day the state of Florida can benefit from their education. "I n a perfect world, children would be exposed to energy and come up with the next greatest invention to power Florida," she said. "W e do this to make sure children understand energy. Great science teachers want to do projects, but they don't always have the funds to do so." Ms. Wilt said the experiment gives children a chance to participate in a Celebrate Spring ~ Coming March 22nd!To Advertise Your Business or Service Please Call 321-242-1013T ime for starting gardens, redoing landscaping, golf outings, vacations, boating, w eddings, special events, parties, spring cleaning and more!047380 MELBOURNE ANOTHER YANK EE FANW atching baseball and playing with his toys. P ageA7 INSIDEV ol. 9, No. 33 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, March 8, 2013 050850MELBOURNE RESIDENTS...Its A Straight DriveŽ to Aquarina Country Club. Look for Our Story and Spring Specials on page B5.MELBOURNE RESIDENTS... 7500 S. Highway A1A € MelbourneBeach Call (321) 676-8923 for tee times. Or book online at AquarinaGolf.comAquarina Country Club Aquarina Country Club Aquarina Country Club FRIDAY, MA RCH 8 Community Health Fair and Seniors Expo: This free-to-attend event will feature local and national products, services and v aluable information for Ba by B oomers and seniors. The Community Health and Seniors Expo will be a power-up day for seniors to get out and socialize, learn about products and services and be entertained and informed. The first 200 seniors will receive a free goodie bag. The event will be 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, March 8 at the Eau Gallie Civic Center, in Melbourne. A ttendees will be admitted free of charge and will have a chance to win door prizes and giveaways. Law enforcement academy accepting applications: Brevard C ommunity College is now r ecruiting for the May 2013 I nstitute of Public Safety Law Enforcement Academy, scheduled to begin on M ay 28. The registration deadline is April 15. Applicants are r equired to take a basic written exam by April 16 in order to be considered for the May academy class. D ue to the high demand for law enforcement training and class size r equirements, placement is limited. Candidates are encouraged to apply as early as possible and work to meet all academy selection requirements, increasing the odds of getting into the class of choice. F or more information, visit www.brevardpolice.org or call (321) 433-5638. Award applications are available: A pplications for the 2013 Young Women in P ublic Affairs Award are now available from the Z onta Club of Melbourne by contacting: Tiffany C ointepoix at z ontainfo@zontaspacecoast.org. The goal of the Young W omen in Public Affairs program is to encourage more young women to participate in public affairs by r ecognizing a young woman's (age 16-19) commitment to the volunteer sector, evidence of volunteer leadership achievements and a dedication to the advancement of the status of women. A pplicants are asked to r eflect on their voluntary commitment to their ENTERTAINMENTB1 IN DEXBOLLYWOODCalendarA1 ClassifiedB6 Crossword B3 Horoscopes B1 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 T he Sheriff A6 V iewpoint A6Community calendarSee CALENDAR, A2 Superheros unite! Photo by Brian BensonCaitlyn Lightner and Julia Meehan, both of Melbourne, dress the part at the Super Hero and Super Villain Walk on Saturday, March 2 in Historic Downtown Melbourne. The walk was organized by Zombie Walk Brevard and raised money for the Brevard ASAP animals project. Tr ee climbing school opens in Brevard CountyMELBOURNE A unique school is helping S pace Coast residents to r each new heights literally. Av alon Standstall, a semir etired resident, has opened a 40-hour Tree Climbing School in Melbourne, so students can become professionally certified for pruning or recreational purposes. Mr. Standstall began working in the tree business in 1996. Recently, he decided he wanted to teach his skills to those who are willing to learn. "Y ou will get a chance to learn skills you can't (in other places)," he said. "If y ou want to be in the tree profession, once you learn these skills, you are improving these skills and have a better chance of getting work others can't. People around here respect people, who can climb a tree without bringing heavy equipment." The 40-hour course takes place on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mr. Standstall said each day will focus on mastering a different skill. On the first day, students learn about different kinds of gear and equipment used in climbing and safety procedures. The second day, Mr. S tandstall said, students put on harnesses and practice going up the tree to get used to climbing, while using ropes and harnesses. The third day teaches students how to climb trees with different types of equipment and get them Program helps young adults transition from foster careBREVARD Each year, as many as 30 young people make the life-changing transition from traditional foster care to independence in Brevard County. A new community based program, Transitions, was established to help these y oung adults. "T r ansitions is unique to Br evard," said Susan Stead, program director at Transitions. "There are programs in other communities and in other states that share a similar goal of reaching out to the young adults, who have recently exited foster care in an effort to support their successful transitions to independence and stay connected within their communities." Pr ogram construction for Tr ansitions began in summer of 2012, with the goal of giving young adults exiting foster care the resources and support needed to become contributing members of their communities. "T ra nsitions was launched through the support and direction of Breva rd F amily Partnership, the county's lead child welfare agency," Mrs. Stead said. "Melbourne-based P axen Learning was tasked by BFP to construct and launch the program." W ithout organizations like Transitions, those making the journey from foster care to independence can be at a significant disadvantage. "C urrent findings reveal that the majority of young adults moving on from foster care don't often have access to the level of crucial support and guidance that is typically available to those who come from more traditional and stable family and home environments," Mrs. Stead said. Y oung people exiting foster care, who don't make the connections to the many v aluable resources that Tr ansitions and similar programs help facilitate, face a higher risk of homelessness, incarceration, poverty, substance abuse and early pregnancy. "I n most states, including F lorida, when young people turn 18, they exit out of traditional foster care services," Mrs. Stead said. "These y oung adults can elect to MELBOURNE It's here clear, blue skies illuminated by the crisp sun, an array of color bursting from the ground, shaking off the sleepiness of winter. Spring time has officially arrived! What better way to celebrate the season of new beginnings than with the S wingtime Jazz Band? J azz enthusiasts and dancers alike can enjoy this springtime treat as the Swingtime Jazz Band presents "The Only True American Art Form" concert at 7:30 p.m. on March 13 and 14, and the wildly popular annual "Spring F ling Ball" at 7 p.m. on Ma r ch 15, both hosted at the Melbourne Auditorium. The Spring Fling Ball' has been an annual Ma r ch dance event for a number of years," said Art Ma r tin, conductor of the S wingtime Jazz Band. "It's our way of welcoming the new season with some upbeat dance tunes." W ith tunes ranging from swing to Latin and even a few Irish medleys Twelve Brevard County teachers receive $9,985 for project fundingBy Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See POWER, A2Certified arborist teaches students proper way to climb treesBy Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See TREES, A5By Amanda Hatfieldahatfield@hometownnewsol.comSee SWING, A9By Amanda Hatfieldahatfield@hometownnewsol.com See TRANSITIONS, A8

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school and to their community and the problems limiting the advancement of the status of women in their o wn country and worldwide. The Zonta International Yo ung Women in Public Affairs program looks to the y oung women of today for the leaders of tomorrow. A pplications are due to: T iffany Cointepoix, (Zonta Club of Melbourne), P.O. Bo x 417, Melbourne, FL, 32902, by March 15. A pplicants must be preuniversity or pre-college students (age 16-19). F or more information about the Zonta Club,visit www.zontaspacecoast.org.SAT URDAY, MA RCH 9 Community sale: Tr opical Haven's community sale will be 8 a.m. to 1 p .m. Saturday, March 9 at 1205 Eddie Allen Road, (off Airport Road), Melbourne. There will be breakfast and lunch, a bake sale, antique glass and furniture. No pets, please. F or more information,call (321) 676-9940. Flea market fundraiser: The Community Flea Ma r ket fundraiser will be held from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. S aturday, March 9 at the corner of Lake Washington and Croton roads, in M elbourne. The event is sponsored by Cr ossroads Community U.C.C. To r ent a space,call (321) 501-8260. Attic treasures and bake sale: The Dorcas Circle will hold its spring attic treasures and bake sale onSaturday, March 9. The sale will begin at 8:30 a.m. and will end at 12:30 p .m. at Suntree United M ethodist Church, 7400 N. Wi ckham Road, Suntree. Tr easures offered for sale include, but are not limited to, small appliances, cookware, glassware, antiques/collectibles, seasonal items, jewelry, bedding, linens, books, toys, sporting goods, pictures, mirrors, silk flowers, CDs, D VDs, miscellaneous items and baked goods from Dorcas finest bakers. No clothes, old TVs or electronics, old telephones or computers, please. Pr oceeds from the sale will go to local charities. Dorcas Circle would greatly appreciate any contributions of items for the sale.Items can be brought to the church dining room Friday,March 8,from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. N eed pick-up, callone of the people below. F or more information about the sale,contact Merle G elles at (321) 504-9917 or Fr ances Howard at (321) 259-4086. Employment exposition: J ob-seekers are free to attend the Brevard Employment Expo from 9 a.m. to 1 p .m. Saturday, March 9 at the Viera Regional Community Center, 2300 Judge Fran J amieson Way, Viera. There will be free parking and various job opportunities. Br evard County Parks and R ecreation is partnered with 4us2grow2gether, Inc. for this event. F or more information,call (321) 433-4891. 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"W e are getting kids excited by doing things themselves," she said. "Kids are able to get out and try something new, whether that be working on a solar car or a wind turbine." F or the past four years, The Florida Power & Light C ompany has funded 175 teachers with more than $175,000 for classroom projects. Ms. Wilt said the criterion the company was looking for depended on the guidelines of the project and whether or not the project followed the educational guidelines of the state of F lorida. All of the projects have to be related to some form of energy," she said. "Teachers created objectives (based around) standards required by S unshine Law and put together a plan of how to accomplish what they want to do." J ulia Wakefield, account executive and public relations representative for F lorida Power & Light, said the company also looks for an innovative project to fund. F unding for the projects comes from the NextEra Energy Foundation, which is funded by shareholders of F lorida Power & Light parent company, NextEra Energy Inc., organizers said. N extEra Energy Inc. is the nation's largest producer of r enewable energy from the wind and sun. Organizers said award r ecipients are chosen by the N ational Education Energy De velopment project, which is a nonprofit organization that works with energy companies and agencies to bring a balanced energy curriculum and training to the nation's classroom. The winning teachers and schools in Brevard County are: Elizabeth Faulkner of A pollo Elementary School; N aim Torlak of Bayside High School; Teresa Arrouet of Br evard Virtual School; S omer Y. Sutton of Heritage H igh School; Randy Lyons of He r itage High School; Sherry Love of Jupiter Elementary; Tonya Doughty and Christine Gayle of Jupiter Elementary; Joseph Harvey of Merrit Island High School/DaVinci Academy of Ae r ospace Technology; H olly Mentillo of Ocean Br eeze Elementary School; S tacy O'Connor and Tom Englert of R.L. Stevenson School of the Arts. Completed projects may be featured on Florida Power & L ight's website at www.FPL.com/solarstations.P owerF rom page A1 CalendarF rom page A1 See CALENDAR, A4

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An appointment with an ophthalmologist began a diagnosis that ultimately left the Palm Bay resident as one of the estimated 400,000 U.S. citizens suffering from Multiple Sclerosis, a chronic disease of the central nervous system for which there is no cure and which strikes victims in an astonishing array of unpredictable and largely untreatable symptoms. Think of the central nervous system as carrying electrical impulses throughout the body," said Mrs. Green, financial coordinator for student affairs at Florida I nstitute of Technology. "MS strips away the protective covering of the nerve cells, much like stripping away the covering of electrical wires in your house. The r esult is the electrical impulse is shorted out and it causes a wide assortment of symptoms in the body." In her case, Mrs. Green w ent blind in her left eye for a short amount of time. Then, that eye regained sight, but I went blind in my r ight eye," she said. "Then, fortunately for me, my vision cleared up and luckily for me, since then, I haven't had any other major problems. I do have trouble r emembering things, and like many MS sufferers, I have a low tolerance for heat. But, I'm very lucky." While Mrs. Green has largely remained symptom free, for some, the illness leaves them living with unpredictable symptoms that can come and go, like numbness and blurred vision. F or others, permanent damage, such as paralysis occurs. The progress, severity and specific symptoms of MS in any one person cannot yet be predicted. Most people with MS are diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 50, with more than twice as many women as men affected, according to data from the M id Florida Chapter of the N ational Multiple Sclerosis S ociety. "I know I've been very fortunate in the way MS has progressed for me," Mrs. Green, 60, said. "In fact, if y ou saw me, you wouldn't know I have the disease. But I know how unpredictable it can be, and how devastating it can be. Because of that, I'm willing to do whatever I can to raise funds for r esearch and treatment and to help spread the word about MS." "I 'v e been working with the Mid Florida Chapter for 10 years during their fundraisers, and this year they selected me to be the Ambassador," she added. "I 'm honored and pleased. It 's a privilege that I'm blessed to have." A ccording to Gaby C asado, development manager for the National M ultiple Sclerosis Society, the Brevard Walk MS, scheduled for 8 a.m., S aturday, March 16, at The Church at Viera, is part of the Mid Florida MS Chapter's main fundraising event. S he explained that the M id Florida MS Chapter serves 23 counties, comprised of Brevard, Charlotte, Citrus, Desoto, Flagler, Ha r dee, Hernando, Highlands, Hillsborough, Indian River, Lake, Manatee, Ma r ion, Orange, Osceola, P asco, Pinellas, Polk, Sa r asota, Seminole, St. L ucie, Sumter and Volusia. W alks are planned in several other counties. "P articipants gather pledges before they set out on the 2.5-mile walk," Ms. C asado said. "The goal for this year's walk in Brevard is $70,000, which is a part of the larger goal of $610,000 for the entire Mid Florida Chapter. The money will allow us to provide financial assistance to sufferers, provide counseling, transportation, and fund r esearch into prevention and cure of this disease." So far, 800 individuals have signed up for the Br evard walk. Mrs. Green will be at the event, coordinating the volunteers. "W e' re looking for a great crowd and hope everyone can come out and help," she said. "While I'm not walking myself this year, I have a team, Joanne Green's W alkers,' walking in my honor. It's a great cause, and I hope by getting the word out, we'll have a great r esponse. It's a disease that r eally impacts the individual, and this is a way of fighting back. I hope everyone reading this gets involved." F or more information about joining Brevard Walk MS contact Kevin Kelley Chair,Brevard Walk MS,at (321) 636-0235 or r kkelley@cfl.rr.com. Photo courtesy of Charles KosackJoanne Green, ambassador of this year's Walk MS fundraiser (left), along with husband, Pat, daughter, Jennifer Charron and granddaughters Clarissa and Kaitlyn at the 2011 Walk MS event.By Dan McDonaldF or Hometown News EATOUT! EATOUT! save money... save money...www.hometowngiftcertificates.com/ 50 % OFF Gift Certificates 50 % OFF Gift Certificates

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Y our body will continue to burn energy hours after your workout is over.Down to 417 lbs. 046037www.la-z-boy.com/brevard SPECIALFINANCINGAVAILABLESEESTOREFORDETAILSon select styles storewide!… ULTIMATE … LEATHERSALESAVE 25-50% BARRONall leather sofaBARRONall leather loveseatBARRON sleeper with air mattressnow only originally $2099save $800$1299now only originally $2079save $800$1279now only$189999Stationary sofa.............................now only $1399originally $2199 save $800Loveseat.......................................now only $1379originally $2179 save $800Chair................................................now only $999originally $1399 save $400Ottoman..........................................now only $399originally $659 save $260ZACK all leather stationary sofa now only $1199 originally $1869save $670304 METRO all leather queen sleeper w/slumber air now only $1999 PINNACLE leather match r eclining sofa now only $1699 CALVIN leather recliner now only $599 originally $899save $300 JOSHUA all leather r ecliner now only $849 originally $1359save $560 KYLE r ecliner now only $69999 BUCHANAN all leather recliner now only $1 099 LANCER now only $699 BRIGGS r eclining sofa now only $1699 with power $1999Limited Quantities Limited Quantities Leather Match Construction Limited Quantities Limited Quantities Limited Quantities Limited QuantitiesARGENTAall leather room group … ULTIMATE … LEATHERSALEHARBORTOWN all leather recliner now only $799 originally $1559save $760 W ith so many amazing leather styles, you may need to sit downŽ Samsons Island open house: E xplore the island, and stay for a light picnic lunch Saturday, March 9. Ongoing demonstrations and programs about wildlife exhibits, fishing and bird watching will be offered. Br ing a camera. To r eserve a spot on the boat,call (321) 773-6458. Tr ansportation time is between 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Women/girls in the air: G irls and women are invited for a free discovery flight in a small airplane, in support of Women of Aviation Wo rldwide Week on Saturday, March 9 at Arthur D unn Airpark, 80 N. W illiams Ave., Titusville. F lights will be given by local pilots and will last 1520 minutes. Flights start at 9 a.m. W omen and girls must sign up through the main w ebsite at http://www.womenofaviationweek.org/rsvpmaker/fltitusville/. The event celebrates 50 y ears of women in space (V alentina Tereshkova was the first female cosmonaut) and 30 years since America's S ally Ride went into space. Mo re than 50 women have subsequently traveled into space in various capacities. The future of flight will be celebrated, as well. American Airlines 757 C apt. Kimberly Lowe will be the official photographer and take pictures of the women and girls, who fly that day. The schedule is: 10 a.m.: meet and greet with a NASA astronaut, scientists, engineers, airline pilots, air traffic controllers and aviators. 11a.m. to 12:30 p.m.: educational activities with a NASA resource specialist 6:30 p.m.: enjoy a special banquet with music from the 1940s through the 1960s, with a preference for period costumes (poodle skirts for women and geeky NASA 1960s look for men). The keynote speaker will be someone really special from NASA Kennedy Space C enter. F or more information,visit http://flyitforwardtitusville.doodlekit.com/hom e. Women's rowing begins: Se venth-year head coach A dam Thorstad and the F lorida Tech women's ro wing team will welcome in the 2013 season with the K euper Cup on Saturday, Ma r ch 9 at Canal 54 in F ellsmere. The race is the first of three at home; all are in the month of March. In their season opener on Ma r ch 9, the Panthers will r ace against NCAA Division I Jacksonville. FIT will return to the canal the following two weekends for the Governor's Cup on S aturday, March 16 and the DII Duals on Saturday, Mar ch 23. D ivision I Columbia and S unshine State Conference counterpart Barry will also compete in the Governor's C up in the middle of March. B arry will return to F ellsmere once more for theCalendarF rom page A2 See CALENDAR, A8

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, March 8, 2013 Melbourne A5 061766 Quality Medical Careis a provider forUNIVERSAL, Health First, Freedom Health and Most Other Insurances.We are accepting new patients and insurance members who may have lost their PCP due to insurance changes.Call for appointment! 321-951-1010Quality Medical Care Vein Clinic 675 S Babcock St Melbourne,32901 Call Jeanette for more information: 321-951-1010 x237€ Edema (swelling) legs &/ or feet € Large Bulging Veins € Aches & Pains € Leg Heaviness € Fatigued Legs € Spider Veins € Cramps € Restless Legs € Throbbing € Skin Ulcers € Itching or BurningFriday Mornings Only 8am-NoonNo appointment needed for FREE SCREENING!Limited Study For Diagnosis of Venous Re”ux DiseaseDo You Experience... 051255 051463 Police Report Indian Harbour Beach Police Department Tyler Alan Reygaert, 20, of 11 Herring St., M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 22 with unarmed burglary of an occupied structure, petit larceny, possession of burglary tools with intent to use and loitering/prowling.Melbourne P olice Department Desmond Jamar H utchings, 23, address unknown, was charged Fe b. 22 with aggravated stalking and felony violation of injunction. Edward John M eagher-Thoennes, 27, of 3323 Saxon St., M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 22 with kidnappingfalse imprisonment of an adult, possession of cocaine, burglary with assault/battery, failure to appear, felony child abuse, felony battery and felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Anita Nancy Hudson, 31, of 827 Glenmore Circle, Melbourne, was charged Feb. 23 with possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia and felony violation of driver's license restriction. Jerry Lindsey, 45, of 15 Palm Drive E., S atellite Beach, was charged Feb. 23 with possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and felony driving under the influence. Dandre Maurice W atkins, 25, of 3737 Mt. Ca r mel Lane, Melbourne, was charged Fe b. 23 with reckless driving, possession of cocaine with intent to sell, possession of marijuana with intent to sell, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of drug paraphernalia and keeping dangerous drugs. John Patrick Fabian, 48, address unknown, was charged Feb. 24 with kidnapping a minor for r ansom. Andrew Scott Main, 49, of 305 Jonquil Lane, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 24 with felony battery on a person 65 or older. Brandi Kay Money, 25, of 837 Hickory St., M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 24 with simple assault on an officer/firefighter/EMT and felony battery. Lela Anne RogersWhitson, 29, of 292 Germany Ave. S.W., Palm Ba y, was charged Feb. 24 with aggravated battery using a deadly weapon. Dwayne Jermaine W alker, 23, of 735 U niversity Blvd. E., M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 24 with possession of drug paraphernalia and aggravated battery. Luis Fernando Ortiz, 43, of 2135 Canopy Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged Feb. 25 with unarmed burglary of an occupied conveyance, unarmed burglary of an occupied dwelling, re sisting arrest without violence, grand theft and possession of drug paraphernalia. Ashley Brooke Scott, 19, of 2482 Pineapple Av e ., Melbourne, was charged Feb. 25 with child neglect without great harm. Toni Beaupre, 27, of 1651 Cranfield Terrace S.E., Palm Bay, was charged Feb. 26 with selling cocaine and two counts of prostitution/lewdness. Alan S. Evans, 26, of 884 Ixora Drive, Melbourne, was charged Fe b. 27 with criminal mischief-property damage and felony battery. Angela Joy Seike, 42, of 1622 Stewart Place, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 27 with aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon. Allen Glenn Arias, 35, of 108 Count St., Melbourne, was charged Fe b. 28 with kidnappingfalse imprisonment of an adult, felony battery and felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. George Bunn, 51, of 949 Sarno Road, Melbourne, was charged Fe b. 28 with aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon, criminal mischief-property damage.Rockledge P olice Department Robert Allen Willey, 29, of 6191 U.S. Highway 1 North, Melbourne, was charged Feb. 26 with grand larceny, improper r ecording of information and dealing in stolen property. W est Melbourne P olice Department William Robert M utters, 27, of 201 W. Alma Drive, Melbourne, was charged Feb. 26 with larceny.Brevard County Sheriff's Office Brett Edward Gordon, 22, of 2322 S tone St., Melbourne, was charged Feb. 22 with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, attempting to solicit/conspire and two counts of larceny. Derek Mathew J ohnson, 22, of 2196 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne, was charged Fe b. 22 with larceny, attempting to solicit/conspire and two counts of felony on-site violation of probation. Kenneth Shawn Jo r dan, 21, of 1073 H arlewood Ave., Melbourne, was charged Fe b. 22 with burglary of an unoccupied conveyance during a state of emergency, larceny and petit larceny. James William Mock, 26, address unknown, was charged Feb. 22 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied conveyance and felony violation of probation. Zerric Twantav M iller, 37, of 2187 Allen A dale Road, Melbourne, was charged Feb. 23 on an out-of-county warrant. Patrick Neil Waldron, 41, of 156 San Juan Circle, Melbourne, was charged Feb. 24 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling and felony battery. Tonya Kaye Reidy, 32, of 4291 Plompton Drive, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 26 on an out-ofcounty warrant. Carl Pattek, 54, of 4420 Manatee Circle, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 27 with felony child abuse. Bobby L. Cadle, 51, of 3425 Ireme St., West M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 28 with two counts of unarmed burglary of an unoccupied structure and two counts of dealing in stolen property. Virginia R. Hatcher, 32, of 210 University Bl v d., Melbourne, was charged Feb. 28 with possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Grace Lorrie Myrow, 54, address unknown, was charged Feb. 28 with petit larceny and felony failure to appear. Dante Kermit Tucker, 18, of 903 Covina Way, M elbourne, was charged Fe b. 28 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling, dealing in stolen property, fraudgiving false ownership information to pawn items and larceny. Editor's note: This is a list of arrests,not convictions,and all arrestees are presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty in a court of law. Photo by Brian Benson Edmond Lushefsky, an instructor at the Melbourne-based Tree Climbing School demonstrates a climbing maneuver.used to swinging around from one limb to another. The fourth day, the group will work on going higher up a tree, and, on the last day, Mr. Standstall said students will go as far up the tree as they can. If students are comfortable enough, Mr. S tandstall said they will go as far as 75 feet up a tree. S tudents will also be given a climbing test and written test. If they pass this portion of the course, they will receive a certification saying they have completed a professional course. Mr. Standstall, who is a member of the I nternational Society of Arboriculture, said he is working with the city of Melbourne to allow him to use city parks for his school. The course is $10 an hour, which translates into a $400 course. F or more information,call (321) 223-0016.T reeF rom page A1 KNOWLEDGEISATERRIBLETHING TO W ASTE... www.hometownnewsol.comSubscribe Today!

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A6 Melbourne THIS WEEKS LUCKY THIS WEEKS LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLE Is this is your license plate number? Go to the nearest HTNOffice to verify by noon Tuesday.GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY! STOPBY ANY OFFICEOR CALL!!!CONGRATULATIONS TOLASTWEEKS WINNEROF$200, ROBERTSHAW OF PALM BAY! I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 047379WIN$100 WIN$100This W eeks Prize This W eeks Prize Bicyclists need to read the handbookThe writer would be a happier bicyclist if he/she took their own advice to read the driver's handbook and learn the rules. A dult bicyclists have almost no rights when riding on the sidewalk.They are required to stop for pedestrians, stop at intersections and generally behave like pedestrians. When you are riding a bicycle, you are not a pedestrian. Riding the wrong way is asking to be hit and injured or killed.If you become involved when on the wrong side of the road you won't get any sympathy from the law, as you're the one at fault. I've bicycled tens of thousand of miles and have had few problems. Learn and obey the rules and you'll live to say the same thing.ImmigrationS top supporting illegals in this country. It doesn't matter where they are from. It's not right to give them food stamps and any other assistance, when we have people here that need the help and can't get it because they are working (not making much). But (they) still pay taxes. Why do you support people, who have violated our laws and ignore our language and expect to be treated equally? If I violate a law, I have to pay!!You pay them and want to make them legal? When it comes to immigration, you people in Washington (don't) want (to) enforce our laws. In fact, you encourage more illegals to come to this country, so you can support them. This country was made up of people from all over the world, who came in legally, and have worked very hard to make this country what it is.Why is it that you are destroying what this country is all about? If we need all these people here to work, then get the farmers to fill a out simple form of how many they r equire and when they are needed.The farmer will be r esponsible for their care and ensure they pay their share in taxes. When they are finished with work on this farm, then they can transfer to another farm to work. They will be issued a work permit and will only be here for work.Any children born will not automatically become citizens and live off the government. That seems to be what is happening now filing income tax forms, with false Social Security numbers and claiming they have dependents that do not exist in this country and getting thousands of dollars for child support. What a rip off. A far as I am concerned, every one of you in Washington should be charged with incompetence and r emoved from your position and sent to jail with no re tirement or health insurance or anything else. Then maybe we can get some people in there who are not interested in political power, who will take their job seriously and work for the people of this country. This is only one of many issues that need to be addressed.No wonder we are in the financial state we are in giving everything away to other countries, illegals, tax breaks to the rich and big corporations, just to list a few. In short, "You make me sick."Hidden moneyWe 'v e heard much about the uber rich, corporations etc., making campaign contributions. We've heard about how this is hidden money. P ersonally, my opinion is, "so what?" The only problems I see are secrecy, anonymous citizens" groups and government financing. R epublican heroes W ith everybody and their brother writing a book nowadays, I thought I would write one. I wrote it on the head of a pin, and I had plenty of ro om left over. The name of the book is "Republican War Heroes of the Past 50 Years."T aking care of people who did not work?Thanks, (President Barack) Obama. I've been working since I was 16 years old. I had to retire when I was 63 because of heart problems. F inally, when Medicare kicked in, I had enough money in there for my HMO to take care of me very good. No w, with your plan, I have to pay a lot more, because you want to take care of people who did not work. I am sorry, but it is very bad. T ake Medicare out of the general fund. It will build up, so nobody has to go and get private insurance or this, or that; and no president or Congress or House can take money out of it. This is the way it should be.F ull gun registration" This year will go down in history for the first time a civilized nation has full gun registration. Our streets will be safer, our police more efficient and the world will follow our lead into the future. Adolf Hitler, 1935." "T o conquer a nation, first disarm its citizens." That's anonymous. Also, ask our friends to the north, Canada. They had full gun registration, national registration. Ask them what happened to their weapons. While we are at it, I would like some answers from the Obama Administration from his place of employment before he came to the Oval Office, being Illinois, the state and Chicago. That is the most ruthless state in the nation as far as crime let's pin it down to Chicago they have the toughest gun laws in Chicago and Illinois than in any state. And their murder rate is the highest, bar none.Bicycles and unsecured dogsI've just been reading the Hometown News, and I just have to make a couple of comments on a couple of r ants. The first one is about the person who doesn't want to get killed on their bicycle. W ell, lady, you have to remember that you are riding on a street that's paved for 10-ton vehicles to use. You are just a little, small bicycle that is coming in on traffic. You should watch yourself more than we can watch you. We can't see something like that, little bicycles coming in and out. Y ou should put lights on your bikes and maybe ride on the sidewalk, where it is less congested. My other rant is about the poor person who had to take her two dogs to the convenience store to get some milk. T wo unsecured dogs she is driving around when she has been incapacitated herself from her operation. Then she is blaming people for not going out into a w et, grassy field to retrieve her stubborn dog who got away because she was not watching out for her dog. It saddens me to think that people would drive around in a car with dogs that are not secured, that they could just jump on the driver at any time and cause an accident, and someone could get killed. So when you are driving around, secure your dogs and that kind of thing will not happen, and you won't have to ask people to help you do something you should have done yourself.The Melbourne Beach problemHe y, what do you know? That problem on Sunset B oulevard in Melbourne Beach has finally been taken care of by the town employees to maintain that strip of all the weeds they put in there. How about that? That's great. No w, they just have to stop pulling up the yard sale signs in this town and pay more attention to the streets and clean them up. VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, MARCH 8, 2013 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM See' food and music dayRaven Petteys, left and son Deegan Parsons, 3, enjoy some of the great food at the 47th Annual Grant Seafood Festival Saturday. The event draws thousands of participants to listen to music, tour the 100 or so vendor's booths and enjoy the great tasting seafood.Cliff Partlow staff photographer Got something to say? Email the Hometown Rants & Raves at brevnews@hometownnewsol.com or call (321) 242-1276. C allers are asked to refrain from making slanderous statements.Statements of fact will be checked for accuracy. Remember the fallenMarch 6 marked exactly one year since Brevard C ounty Deputy Barbara Pill was killed in the line of duty and taken from her family, our agency and community. The anniversary of B arbara's death is a somber r eminder of the many law enforcement officers across our great country, who make the ultimate sacrifice every year. Last year, 128 law enforcement officers gave their lives to protect their communities and citizens. Of those, 66 were killed in a violent or deliberate attack. While five of the officers killed last year were from the state of Florida, none strike closer to our hearts than our own Deputy B arbara Pill. B arbara was fatally shot while trying to apprehend r obbery suspects; who, without hesitation, made the decision to take Barbara's life. Like many of you, I will never forget the call that alerted me to Barbara's death. I will also never forget the last time I saw B arbara, as she was standing with her family and friends at the annual A wards Ceremony for the Br evard County Sheriff's Office. In the days that followed, many of us would recall our o wn memories of Barbara, who was an incredible mother, wife, deputy and citizen. While driving to Barbara's funeral service, I recall bracing myself for a very emotional service: the bagpipes, gun salute, playing of taps, fly over and the finalizing moment when dispatch completed the officer's "out of service" across the radio. H aving attended too many officer's funerals over the years, what I was not prepared for was the sight of businesses along the procession route temporarily closed in honor of B arbara, with the business o wners standing and holding signs that expressed touching thoughts and prayers for her family and friends, the schools, with their children standing at attention, with their hands ov er their hearts, and the many officers, public safety members and military personnel from around the country lined up, showing their honor and respect for a fallen comrade. Each proudly demonstrating just how special B arbara was to our community and to the citizens she protected each and every day. While Barbara is the most r ecent law enforcement officer taken from our community, many others have made the ultimate sacrifice by giving their lives to protect us. These Brevard County heroes are Officer Joseph P ellicano, Melbourne Police 1986, Officer Gerald J ohnson, Palm Bay Police D epartment 1987, Officer R onald Grogan, Palm Bay P olice Department 1987, Officer Philip Flagg, Satellite B each Police Department 1992, Sgt. Ernest Hartmann, S atellite Beach Police D epartment 1992, Officer S tephen House, Titusville P olice Department 1989, Officer Jack Schnell, T itusville Police Department 1982, Officer George H anchley, Kennedy Space C enter Security Police 1986, Officer Charles Autry, C ocoa Beach Police Department 1990, Lt. Roy Blake, C ocoa Police Department 1954, Trooper Halley St r ickland, FHP 1954, Tr ooper Joseph Sawtell Jr. 1966, Lt. Amos Cox, Brevard C ounty Sheriff's Office 1965, Deputy Robert Nicol, Br evard County Sheriff's Office 1987, Deputy Ray Wa r ner, Brevard County S heriff's Office 1996 and Sgt. Lucille Ross, Brevard C ounty Sheriff's Office 2004. We honor these heroes, along with their families, who will forever be remembered for their sacrifices and support. Each of these officers we re proud to put on their uniform each and every day to represent their profession, their families and, most importantly, their communities. I would ask that you keep these fallen officers and their families in your thoughts and prayers and BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFFWAYNE IVEY See SHE RIFF, A7 See R ANTS, A7 Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 50 59 Tu rnpike Feeder Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 Copyright 2013, 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, March 8, 2013 Melbourne A7 Like many before them, a group of Holy T rinity Episcopal Academy students spent their winter break in a wa r m, sunny locale. But this was not your av erage vacation. On Fe b. 16, a group of 17 sophomores, juniors and seniors, led by Holy T rinity teachers Wes Lovelace and Stephanie Herndon and Florida T ech professor Dr. Mark Bush, departed for an e xpedition to the Galapagos Islands. The 16 volcanic islands that make up the Galapagos are situated near the equator about 600-plus miles from Ecuador, the closest land mass. The archipelago is not easy to reach it took the g roup three flights over the course of 24 hours to get there. The hard-toreach destination has resulted in an environment mostly untouched by human hands. The Galapagos are famous for its large number of endemic species, which w ere studied by Charles Darwin and contributed to his theory of evolution. The students were required to attend two fi v e-hour Saturday classes in preparation for the trip. While in the islands, activities began at 8 a.m. every day and included snorkeling, bird watching, boat tours, hiking, and a visit to a tortoise farm. At the end of each day, the students were assigned scientific readings and discussed what they learned. Ms. Herndon, who teaches life science to seventh-grade students, taught evolution before the trip and is looking forward to applying w hat she learned in future classes. Of the students, Ms. Herndon said, It was really cool seeing kids get so e xcited about science.Ž F or Hometown News04737117 Holy Trinity students take an expedition to the Galapagos Islands Arts &Crafts Show € Kids Korner € Food Court Entertainment &Much More!Wi c kham Park MainPavilion Melbourne,FLMarch 16-17,2013FREEADMISSION!Saturday,March 16th € 8 am-5 pm Sunday,March 17th € 8 am-5 pm Open Car &Bike Show~ Saturday OnlyPa ncake BreakfastSaturday 8 am11 am € Sunday 8 am-11 amBerry Patch 5KRun~ Sunday 8 am Start 047373EAUGALLIEROTARYCLUBPresented by Subtitles needed on stationsI think it is time now for all the television stations to put at least English subtitles on all Spanishspeaking stations, so we can understand what's going on on these stations that we are paying for. No w, they just took our w eather station off the air and put a Spanishspeaking station on there, without subtitles. It is totally useless to Americans who only speak the country's language, which is English. So at least have the common decency, since y ou are in our country and speaking your old foreign tongue, to put subtitles on there, so we can, at least, watch what we are paying for. Thank you. would like to personally thank each of you for the tremendous support you give to our Brevard County law enforcement and public safety members every day. W ayne Ivey is the sheriff of Brev ard CountySheriffF rom page A6 RantsF rom page A6 A 9-year-old Conure parrot, Reno' is the feathery friend of Diane Lucus of Melbourne. Some of Reno's favorite things to do are sit with his mommy and watch baseball, play with his toys and look out the window. Is your pet worthy of the spotlight?Hometown News will be the judge of that. We are asking our readers to submit photos of their beloved pets, as part of our "Pet of the Week" Contest. The winner for the week will have his or her pet displayed in our newspaper, while also being qualified to become the Hometown News "Pet of the Year!" Email a photo of your pet (one entry per owner) that is at least 1 MB in size to brevnews@hometownnewsol.com. Write "PET OF THE WEEK C ONTEST" in the subject line, and in the body of the email, please include the following information: Name of pet Age Breed Three of your pet's favorite things to do Pet owner's full name and hometown Phone number (in case we have questions) ClassifiedCHECK OUT THE www.HometownNewsOL.com

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duals along with fellow SSC member Nova Southeastern and Central Oklahoma. The month of April will begin the championship portion of the schedule. On April 5-6, the Panthers will compete at the Florida I ntercollegiate Rowing Association Championships in Sarasota. Two weeks later, on April 20-21, they will take part in the Southern I ntercollegiate Rowing Association Championships in Oak Ridge, Tenn. FIT will then travel back to Sarasota for the SSC Championships on April 26. After participating in the 75th annual Aberdeen Dad V ail Regatta on the r eceive additional transitional' programs and services until they reach 23." S ome transitional' programs and services, like I ndependent Living and R oad to Independence, provide funding support, while the young adults are enrolled in school, access to emergency funds, help with life skills, job training, transportation and housing. Each individual is unique in his or her needs and the progress they've made toward independence," Mrs. S tead said. "Transitions can help connect them to a r ange of community r esources, from emergency and counseling services, to money management, transportation, education and career planning." "T r ansitions engages y oung adults and provides them with a single point-ofentry on the road to independence," Mrs. Stead said. C urrently, a young adult advisory board and community partners committee are being constructed. The young adult advisory board is made up of young adults, who recently exited foster care," Mrs. Stead said. They provide a variety of insights, including what topics should be addressed in workshops and what r esources should be listed on our website." The community partnership committee will be comprised of area professionals and members of local organizations that will provide guidance to the young adults. In the brief time since its establishment, Transitions has launched a workshop series to provide important information and guidance on a range of topics. "M embers of the Space C oast REALTORS Association lead a discussion and provided valuable insights on how to find adequate housing," Mrs. Stead said. Local attorney and community advocate, Kendall M oore, recently spoke to the group. "M r. M oore discussed the importance of knowing their legal responsibilities, the importance of having proper identification, and how to take some basic steps to help prevent identity theft," Mrs. Stead added. In an effort to keep up with trends amongst 18 to 23-year-olds, Transitions built an interactive website for the young adults to use. The website is built on a platform designed to allow for interactive communication between the program team, the young adults and community partners," Mrs. S tead said. "The Transitions team is also using Facebook and Twitter." The establishment of Tr ansitions has been a highly important asset to the Br evard County community. The challenges these y oung adults face are very r eal. Some figures show that 25 percent do not have a high school diploma or GED, less than 2 percent will finish college, and nearly half will experience at least one episode of homelessness," Mrs. Stead said. "The good news is that, with the r ight guidance and community connections, these y oung adults will have every change for success as any other comparable group of y oung adults and programs, like Transitions, can and are making a difference." F or more information about Transitions or to become a community partner,contact Susan L.Stead at sstead@transitionsbrevard.c om or call (321)217-8179. F riday, March 8, 2013 A8 MelbourneHometown News 772162 045537Melbournes New Y ou can now save BIG money on your groceries by shopping Discount Dave'sOpen T uesday thru Saturday 1 0am-7pmGrocery StoreScratch-n-Dent Name Brand Shelf Pulls, Overstocks and Out of Date Deals! T exas Toast Croutons99¢Breakfast Cereal$1 .49-$2.49 box$1 .89 eachGatorade G264 oz. Bottle3/$515 18 S Babcock St, Melbourne, FL 32901 www.shopdiscountdaves.com(1 Block South of Hibiscus, Behind Tropical Smoothie) A lot ofus watched the W estminster Dog Show a few w eeks ago and delighted in seeing all the different breeds of the canine world. How about that cutie, Banana Joe, an Affenpincher who won Best in Show. A face only a mother could love. Many dogs and cats have particular ailments that are common to their specific breed. F or example, large breed dogs like German Shepherds, Labradors, Akitas, etc., are more susceptible to hip dysplasia. The small breeds such as Chihuahuas, P oodles and Maltese are more susceptible to luxated (dislocated) kneecaps. In cats, Siamese are more susceptible to allergic bronchitis or asthma. Make sure that you r esearch your breed when considering a dog or cat for your family. Mixed breed pets may have a combination oftheir breed tendencies or may be heartier than the breed(s) they look like. Please contact your v eterinarian for further information and guidance.045540T ails from the Vet Dr. Michael Ponte Dr. Michael Ponte (321) 254-1754 www.sarnoanimalhospital.com 046023J oseph T.Matini,DDS,P.A.8095 Spyglass Hill Rd.,Suite 103 Melbourne,FL321-757-5074THE PATIENT & ANY OTHER PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYMENT HAS THE RIGHT TO REFUSE TO PAY, CANCEL PAYMENT OR BE REIMBURSED FOR PAYM ENT 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 DOESN'T APPLY TO PATIENTS WHOSE DENTAL PLANS FEES ARE MINIMAL.VALID FOR NEW PATIENTS ONLY.JOSEPH MATINI DDS FL LIC DN1 4203 FREE SECONDOPINIONJust bring your dental x-rays at time of visit PREVENTIVESPECIALPFM HIGHNOBLE CROWNSPECIAL ALLPORCELAIN CROWN CLEAN X-RAYS EXAM$89$699$799New Patients Only € Expires 3/31/13 Expires 3/31/13Reg.$299ADA #D0150 #D0272 #D0274 #D1110 #D1120 #D2750 #D2740 Emergencies &W alk Ins W elcome 046263Natural Woven Shades € Peacock Arch V erticals € Horizontals € Arches € Wood Blinds € Cellular ShadesF ree Estimates € Professional Installation Starting at$1900 sf2651 Palm Bay Rd.321-951-4050 772342 051462 Adopt a pet ww w.brevardsheriff.com051459F or more information, Contact Corrections Deputy Soto at(321) 690-1592or visit our website FTO Williams holds Champ, a 10-month-old Shepherd mix. Champ is currently in the Paws & Stripes Program at the Brevard County Jail Complex, and is available for adoption. Ad sponsored by: Tr ansitionsF rom page A1 CalendarF rom page A4 See CALENDAR, A9

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Schuylkill River in Philadelphia, qualifying teams will move on to the NCAA Di vision II Championships M ay 31-June 2 at Eagle Cr eek Park in Indianapolis. F or more information and th e 2013 schedule,visit http://www.floridatechsports.com/wrowing/sche dule or call (321) 674-8250. Playalinda district interpretive programs: Saturday, March 9, 11 a.m.: Fishing 101: Join a r anger for a fun day of fishing. Learn about M osquito Lagoon and why it is such a unique estuary. M eet at the Eddy Creek Dock; Don't forget a hat, sunscreen and water. (one hour) Sunday, March 10, 1 p .m.: Seminole rest walk: J oin a ranger, as you walk the trail at historic Seminole Rest and learn about the colorful history of this area. This is an easy walk ending with a visit to the historic house. Meet at parking area. (45 minutes) Saturday, March 16, 11 a.m.: Fishing 101: Join a r anger for a fun day of fishing. Learn about M osquito Lagoon and why it is such a unique estuary. M eet at the Eddy Creek Dock; Don't forget a hat, sunscreen and water. There are a limited amount of fishing rods. (one hour) Sunday, March 17, 1 p .m.: Seminole rest walk: J oin a Ranger, as you walk the trail at historic Seminole Rest and learn about the colorful history of this area. You will learn the history, both archaic and modern as it pertains to the significance of this site. This is an easy walk, ending with a visit to the historic house. Meet at parking area. (45 minutes) S eminole Rest is located in the town of Oak Hill. F ollow U.S. Highway 1 north to the city of Oak Hill and turn right on Halifax R oad, go about one mile, and Seminole Rest parking lot will be on your right hand side. U.S. Highway 1, south to the city of Oak H ill, and turn left on H alifax Road, go about one mile, and Seminole Rest parking lot will be on the r ight hand side of the road. The Canaveral National S eashore Headquarters is at 212 S. Washington Ave., T itusville. F or more information, call (321) 267-1110 or visit www.nps.gov. Melbourne and Eau G allie,Then and Now:' The S outh Brevard Historical S ociety will present a "then and now" history of M elbourne and Eau Gallie at 3 p.m. Saturday, March 9 at the Melbourne Public Library, 540 E. Fee Ave., M elbourne. The presentation, which will include new and old photographs, maps and additional displays, are by Ka r en Raley, a college history teacher, who grew up in Melbourne. Ms. Raley and her sister, Ann Raley Flotte, are the authors of the local history, "M elbourne and Eau G allie," published by Arcadia Press. F or more information, visit www.southbreva r dhsitory.org or call (321) 952-4514. Stargazing in the S anctuary:' The Barrier I sland Center, given clear skies, will present "Stargazing in the Sanctuary" 7:3010 p.m. Saturday, March 9 at 8385 S. Highway A1A, M elbourne Beach. The Melbourne Astronomical Society will offer amazing views of the stars with powerful telescopes. F or more information, visit www.barrierislandcenter.com or call (321) 723-3556. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, March 8, 2013 Melbourne A9 052146 772323Brevard County Health Department WIC Program LocationsCentral Appointments 321-639-5793 Titusville 611 Singleton Ave 321-383-2791 Viera 2555 Judge Fran Jameson Way 321-639-5802 Melbourne 2275 S. Babcock St 321-726-2922 € Fruits & Vegetables € Whole Grains € Milk € Beans Dry or Canned € Juice € Foods for Babies. € More foods for breastfeeding moms! 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As part of its many performances around Brevard C ounty each year, "The Only Tr ue American Art Form" is the title selected for the S wingtime Jazz Band's show at the Melbourne Auditorium this year. "The Only True American Art Form' is a phrase that describes jazz because it originated in the United S tates," Mr. Martin said. This free concert features some great jazz standards, like I'm Confessin'' and Apr il in Paris.'" The Only True American Art Form' will also feature vocalists Sally Hart and Len F allen. "W e encourage people to come out to these events to enjoy some great music from local performers and, of course, swing into spring," Mr. Martin said. The Only True American Art Form" is Wednesday, Ma rc h 13 and Thursday, March 1 4, at 7:30 p.m. and is a free event, with no tickets r equired. "S pring Fling Ball" is Friday, March 15 at 7 p.m. T ickets are $5 in advance and $7 at the door. Table r eservations are available for groups of six or more. There is no cost to reserve a table. D ance lessons by Laura B eers will also be available prior to "Spring Fling Ball" on Friday, March 15 from 67 p.m. Cost for dance lessons is $5 per person. For more information about dance lessons, visit www.adancersvoice.com. M elbourne Auditorium is located at 625 E.Hibiscus Av e.,Melbourne.For more information about the events,visit www.melbournemunicipalband.org or call (321) 724-0555. Photo courtesy of Anthony GuidoneVo c alists Len Fallen and Sally Hart will perform alongside the Swingtime Jazz Band.SwingF rom page A1 CalendarF rom page A8

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AN NOUNCEMENTS Business hall of fame dinner programJ unior Achievement of the S pace Coast will present the S pace Coast Business Hall of F ame laureates Robin F isher, Brevard County Dist. 1 Commissioner (and of R obin L. Fisher Insurance), and Catherine Ford, of Holy Tr inity Episcopal School, S aturday, March 9 at the H ilton Melbourne Rialto P lace at 5:30 p.m. This is a black-tie affair that will welcome an esteemed group of guests, including Business Hall of F ame laureates, distinguished members of the S pace Coast community, J unior Achievement volunteers, exceptional students and supporters. The Hilton Melbourne Rialto is at One Rialto Place, M elbourne. F or more information,to sponsor or to RSVP,email bhf@jaspacecoast.org or call (321) 751-4024.A ssociation has new leadershipThe Space Coast Association has installed new leadership for its 1,400member association. R ealtor Jesse Parrish III of Pr uitt Real Estate was installed as the association's 2013 president. Also installed were: president-elect Mitch Ribak; secretary Melissa Goldman, treasurer Lynn Jones and the following directors:Lisa Du r gin, Bill Thomas, Dan B arber, Lynnette Hendricks, S teve Romano, Kaz Cisowski and Bill Kehoe. The Space Coast Association of Realtors is a professional trade association r epresenting more than 1,400 Realtors and businesses.New port authority board members announcedC ocoa Beach resident T om Weinberg will serve as chairman of the Canaveral Po rt A uthority Board of C ommissioners for 2013. The former chief of staff for former Florida Sen. Mel Ma r tinez was elected unanimously to the position during the first meeting of the year for the board. Also elected were T itusville attorney Jerry Allender as vice chairman and Cocoa citrus grower Fr ank Sullivan as secretary/treasurer. T itusville attorney John H. Ev ans begins his first term on the board. Also serving will be M erritt Island auto dealership owner Bruce Deardoff, the immediate past chairman of the board. F or more information, visit www.portcanaveral.com.Commodity trading advisor attains rankingS hared Enlightenment In c ., a commodity trading advisor based in Melbourne, has entered the global CTAmanaged futures indices and its CopulaMax NetCr editOps I program and has ranked in first place among all tracked CTA options traders worldwide by 12-month rate of return in 2012, according to the managed futures rankings at AutumnGold.com. The program accomplished a 47.80 percent rate of return after all fees during 2012, according to the CTA. An 86-page disclosure document specifying the CTA's background, strategies, trade & risk management methodolgies, performance results, risk disclosures and instructions for establishing speculative and retirement commodities investment accounts is available from the firm. S hared Enlightenment Inc. can be reached at info@sharedenlightenment.com and (850) 3888737 or (321) 216-6676. F riday, March 8, 2013 A10 MelbourneHometown News 772176 2135 Palm Bay Rd € Palm Bay € 32905321.726.8007Hours: Mon. Sat. 8-7 €Sun. 8-6 046268 Specials Mar. 7-Mar. 13 68¢ea Green Bananas Whole Chicken $6.98ea33¢lb98¢lb78¢lb Madame Gougousse Distilled White Vinegar128 FLOz. Chicken Gizzards Green Seedless Grapes Top Sirloin Steak Boars Head Provolone Cheese Cilantro Pork Spare Ribs Celery Iberia Assorted V ariety Beans15.5 Oz.Boars Head Oven Gold T urkey Diamond Reef Cooked Shrimp71/90 1 lb BagT ropical Pollock Fillets12 oz.Canilla Long Grain Rice20 Lbs.(with $20 Purchase, Limit 2 Per Customer)98¢ea$1 .78lb$3.98lb$4.98lb$6.98lb$1 .68lb3/98¢ $1.48ea$4.98ea$1 .98ea 051458 Business News 046049T ax Preparation Service T ax Preparation Service Save Money EATOUT!Save Money EATOUT!50% OFF Gift Certificates50% OFF Gift Certificates www.hometownnewsol.com www.hometownnewsol.com Subscribe Today!Knowledge is a terrible thing to waste...www.hometownnewsol.com V isit us at: www..comOL