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Hometown news (Melbourne, FL). 2007.
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Seniors health fair: This free-to-attend event will feature local and national products, services, and v aluable information for Ba by B oomers and seniors. This 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. Fr ee blood pressure B1 ENTERTAINMENTB1 IN DEXSWEETHEART BALLCalendarA1 ClassifiedB7 Crossword B6 Horoscopes B1 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Club Scene B1 V iewpoint A6Community CalendarSee CALENDAR, A2City Council selects new memberMELBOURNE During a special meeting Thursday, Jan. 16, the Melbourne City Council selected a new councilmember for its v acant District 3 seat. Yv onne Minus will serve as councilwoman for District 3, which will fill the v acancy of the seat left by the death of Harry Goode, who died at age 75 on Saturday, Dec. 28. Mr. Goode served as mayor of Melbourne between 1979-86 and 200412. Between his two stints as mayor, Mr. Goode served in the Florida House of Representatives from 1986-2000, and served on the Melbourne council, beginning last year. Ms. Minus will serve in this role until the 2014 No vember elections. Ms. Minus has been a M elbourne resident for 33 y ears in District 3, and, in her application for the position, she wrote that she hopes to represent the entire city with fairness. "I strongly believe in repr esenting all citizens of M elbourne, not just a certain area or group, and that my decisions are just and fair to the best of my ability," she said. "It is my desire to continue to serve the citizens in the city of Melbourne." Ms Minus is a graduate of Marsh Draughon College in Atlanta, Ga., as well MELBOURNE The late, great John F. Kennedy once said, "We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard; because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills; because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone and one we intend to win." While it has been more than 50 years since the start of the Space Program here in Brevard County, its history is deeply engrained within the community. On Saturday, Jan. 25, the S pace Coast Symphony Orchestra, in cooperation with NASA and Jet Propulsion Laboratories, will host "The Planets An HD Odyssey" at 7 p.m. at the Scott Center for the Pe r forming Arts at Holy Tr inity Episcopal Academy. Ad v anced tickets are $20, while tickets at the door are $25. Children and students 18 and younger are free. G ustav Holst's worldr enowned composition is paired with stunning, high-definition film from NASA's latest exploration of the solar system, which is sure to be a treat for concert-goers young and old. "The Planets' is one of those iconic works that has been on our wish list for quite some time," said Aaron Collins, artistic director. "It is an immensely popular work that any audience member can immediately connect with." When Mr. Collins saw "T he Planets" performed by the Houston Symphony Orchestra, he fell in love with the combination of media. What better place to present this program than the Space Coast," he said. "S o many lives in Central F lorida have been affected by our Space Program. So, we put out a call to our community to send us personal photos that highlight the program." Mr. Collins said the photos the SCSO received have been organized and set to Saturday's concert's opening work "Festive Overture" by Dmitri S hostakovich, which he said will be a very moving experience for all. F ollowing "Festive Overture," the audience will be in for a real treat, as SCSO Pr incipal Cellist Paul F leury will give the world premiere of his work, "C ello Fantasy." "P aul Fleury is one of the S outheast's most indemand cellists," Mr. C ollins said. "He is at home in both commercial A new year,a new you Photo by Paul LepinskieDena Jordan of Melbourne steps on the scale at the Nature's Market "I'm Losing It 2 014 Contest" weigh-in, Saturday Jan. 18, while Kyle Hendry of Nature's Market assists her. The weigh-in took place after a Zumba warm-up and a two-mile walk down Apollo Boulevard. Photo courtesy of the city of Melbourne. The city of Melbourne and Keep Brevard Beautiful are asking for help from the community in collecting 14-gallon recycle bins for schools in need on Saturday, Jan. 25.MELBOURNE The city of Melbourne is asking the public to donate any unneeded 14-gallon r ecycling bins, so that they may be used for five local schools. F ollowing the Waste M anagement switch to 64-gallon rolling carts for curbside recycling, local schools found it difficult to find the former 14-gallon bins, officials said. To meet the needs of the schools, the city of M elbourne is teaming with Keep Brevard Beautiful to collect unwanted r ecycling bins, clean them and bring them to Florida Tech online programs listed in nation's top 50 MELBOURNE A curr iculum at Florida Institute of Technology was listed as one of the best in the nation earlier this month. F lorida Tech's bachelor's degree online education programs were recognized in the U.S. News & World R eport "Best Online Education Program Rankings 2014." "F lorida Tech is proud that U.S. News recognizes our dedication to online learning," said Brian Ehrlich, assistant vice president and director of online learning at Florida T ech. "I believe this shows that, at the national level, the convenience of online learning can be paired with our commitment to academic excellence." The university's bachelor's degree online programs ranked in the top 50 of the 283 programs r anked in the new listings. Mr. Ehrlich said the university has participated in the ranking system since its inception three years ago. Each year, U.S. News r efines its approach to the industry as a whole," he said. "This allows Florida T ech to continue to demonstrate the value of its programs." Mr. Ehrlich said that the university is committed to constantly improving, soSchools in need of recycling bins, ask for public support Yvonne Minus to serve in District 3 seat until electionsBy Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See COU NCIL, A2By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com See ODYSSEY, A10By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See RANKING, A4By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See RECYCL E, A3

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MELBOURNE Brevard C ounty is taking one step forward in helping those with heart and vascular problems with the opening of its first valve clinic. H ealth First Holmes R egional Medical Center announced the newest addition to its Heart and V ascular Services in the form of the Valve Clinic, which is the first of its kind in the county. The clinic allows a variety of medical experts to individualize treatment options for each patient, ensuring that all receive the r ight care at the right place at the right time. The clinic is a great r esource to our community," said Dr. Mathew C ampbell, Health First cardiothoracic surgeon. "An estimated 1.5 million people in the United States suffer from aortic stenosis. Once a patient becomes symptomatic, the two-year mortality rate is about 50 percent." The most common symptoms of aortic stenosis, a disease of the heart v alves in which the opening of the aortic valve is narrowed, are chest pain, shortness of breath, dizziness and fatigue. Dr Campbell said that the new clinic will provide patients, who were previously deemed too high risk or inoperable, with a treatment option. "O nly a few years ago, treatments for heart valve disease were limited and left many patients without treatment options," he said. Thanks to advancements in technology, we are now able to help these patients and provide them with the best treatment options possible." Se vere symptomatic AS is a life-threatening condition, and, if not treated, severe aortic stenosis can lead to death due to cardiac arrest, heart failure, stroke or end-stage organ failure. In addition, there is no medical management for AS. Tr eatment options at the V alve Clinic include: traditional aortic valve r eplacement; minimally invasive aortic valve r eplacement; referral for trans-catheter aortic valve r eplacement; and palliative medical management/balloon aortic valuplasty. F or more information, contact the Health First H olmes Regional Medical C enter Valve Clinic at (321) 434-8258. F riday, January 24, 2014 A2 MelbourneHometown News Promote Your Business for Valentines Day! Promote Your Business for Valentines Day!Advertise your special gifts, fun activities, special menu or romantic weekend getaway in Hometown News special Valentines sections on January 31stand February 7th! Call (321)2421013 for details! 50%OFF50%OFF 781161www.HometownNewsOL.comGift CertificatesA uto Service,Dining,Fun,Golf,Hotels, Salons,Relaxation &More!A Whale of a Car Wash Alamo Mexican Kitchen Beef OBradys Cocoa Bonefish Willys Central Florida Laser Cerratos Italian Deli Coachs Grill Complex Cafe Days Inn Debbies Diner Delladotti Pizzeria Econolodge First PhotoStudio Ginas Cafe &Deli Good Natured River Tours Heartrest Health JCs Bar-B-Que Land &Sea Thai Fusion Lemongrass Spa Livewire GuitarsMarlenes Mobile MassageOzzies Crabhouse Slackers Grill Steagles Pennsylvania Pub TJs Breakfast &LunchFeaturing Good Natured River Tours 080133 Creative Arts Foundation of Brevard, Inc.presents Music competition & performances. 12 local finalists, ages 13-18. € First Prize $100 € Second Prize $500 € Third Prize $250Brevards Got Music TalentElizabeth Hargis 2013 First Prize winnerSunday,Feb.9th4 pmHenegar Center, MelbourneT ickets $22 at Henegar.orgwww.CAFOB.orgCAFOBis a non-profit 501c(3) organization,. Contributions are tax deductible. CAFOB, P.O. Box 410324, Melbourne, FL32941 For more information call 321.254.3398 Hospital's valve clinic first of its kind in Brevard CountyBy Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com Corrections Academy now accepting applications MELBOURNE Those interested in a career in corrections are encouraged to apply for this year's correction academy at Eastern Florida State C ollege. The Public Safety Institute at Eastern Florida State Co llege is currently recruiting students for its 2014 C orrections Academy. The deadline to apply for the full-time academy is M onday, Feb 3. The program, which will accept 2530 recruits, begins on M onday, March 3, and is scheduled to run for approximately 13 weeks. "A career in corrections offers many challenges and r ewards," said Tonia Graham, public safety coordinator at the Public S afety Institute. "There are numerous promotional opportunities and specialized assignments available." Ms. Graham said that students wishing to apply must be at least 19 years of age, complete the Crimial J ustice Basic Abilities Test for Corrections and have their fingerprinting completed with Brevard Police T esting. "T he Corrections Academy training is both physically and mentally demanding" she said. "(It) is a disciplined, paramilitary program, designed to prepare the student to work in the field of corrections, providing care, custody and supervision for incarcerated individuals." C orrections officers are r esponsible for overseeing individuals that have been arrested and are awaiting trial or who have been convicted of a crime and sentenced to serve time in a jail, a reformatory or a prison, Ms. Graham said. Officers maintain security and inmate accountability to prevent disturbances, assault and escapes. They maintain order within the institution and enforce r ules and regulations. S uccessful completion of the academy allows the student to sit for the Florida D epartment of Law Enforcement State Officer Ce r tification Examination, which must be completed upon graduation. Ms. Graham said that candidates are encouraged to apply as early as possible and work to meet all academy selection requirements. F or more information,visit www.easternflorida.edu.By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com Photo courtesy of the city of Melbourne On Thursday, Jan. 16, the Melbourne City Council elected Yvonne Minus, center, as its newest member, representing District 3. Ms. Minus will fill the seat until the November elections, when she will be eligible for reelection.as Eastern Florida State College in Melbourne. In her application, Ms. M inus said that she has provided thousands of hours of service to the city of Melbourne in the last decade, in both official and unofficial capacities. "I t is certainly my passion to serve the community and help make a difference for all citizens," she said. "From my years of service to the city and my ongoing work, I am very familiar with a variety of the issues and challenges we face. I know that my skills, my commitment, my understanding of the community and my open and hones approach give me the tools needed to serve in this position." To qualify for the Melbourne City Council, applicants needed to have r esided in the city for at least one year, be a resident of the district for at least six months and be a registered voter of Melbourne. The selection of Ms. M inus marks only the third time a vacated seat has been filled on the council since 1990. A total of five applicants we re considered for the position, which required a total vote of four members from the council to be elected to the vacant seat. These applicants included: Hazel Buggs, Joyce M iller, Fred Coladonato, Cleave S. Frink and Ms. M inus. In her application, Ms. M inus outlined her view of the future for the city. The city of Melbourne is a growing and thriving community," she said. "I want to continue this trend and make sure that it is inclusive for all parts of our community. We have a vibrant economic base, including the airport and many other industries. Continued economic development, both commercial and residential, will create stable, well-paying jobs for our citizens. "I n addition, it is my vision that we all work together each and every day to make sure that we have a harmonious, safe, familyoriented environment for all re sidents," she said. "Former C ouncilman Harry Goode certainly set an example that passion and hard work can pay off. I want to continue that same legacy."CouncilF rom page A1 screenings and flu shots will be available to seniors. A ttendees are admitted free of charge and will have a chance to win fabulous door prizes and giveaways. The event will be from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 24 at the Crowne Plaza Melbourne Oceanfront, 2605 H ighway A1A, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 773-1454. Revised schedule for navigator'helping residents with Marketplace: R esidents are encouraged to visit www.healthcare.gov to enroll and select insurance in the H ealth Insurance Marketplace; but for those who need in-person assistance, the federally-funded navigator has set the following revised schedule in Br evard County: Mondays, noon to 6 p.m. at Eau Gallie Library, 1521 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne. Tuesdays, noon to 6 p.m. at Central Brevard Library, 308 Forrest Ave., Cocoa. Wednesdays, noon to 6CalendarF rom page A1 See CALENDAR, A9

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Locally Owned & Operated for Over 35 YearsLAZBOYOFBREVARD.COM Pictures are for illustration purposes only Open Mike's draws in local talentMELBOURNE The vibe inside is Open Mike's is chill during the daytime and as hot as the organic coffee at night. Local talent is flocking to the place, entertaining patrons with music from jazz to blues and stand-up comedy acts. Local comedian Duncan J ay recognized a shortage of humor on the Space Coast and set out to organize the W ednesday night-politically incorrect event, politely named Way Too Funny' W ednesdays. Local comedians sign up on Mr. Jay's Facebook page and are invited to showcase their stand-up acts for local crowds. It started as an experiment, and turned into a standing-room-only event, Mr. Jay said. The first night we had 12 people in here, including the comics. Now, if we get 30 people in here it's a slow night," he added. O pen Mike's has something going on almost every night of the week. Thursday's event is a blues jam, hosted by guitarist Aaron Rhodes. T otally Open Tuesdays is an open jam, where local musicians and vocalists stop in to entertain. M ike DellaCioppa, owner of Florida Discount Music, added the coffee shop/lounge as a way to boost the shopping experience for the patrons who visit Florida Discount Music for music lessons, but soon enough, local talent saw it as an opportunity to create something new and different for the progressive crowd in Melbourne. "I t started out as a sort of a waiting lounge a place where parents or people waiting for lessons could enjoy a beer or a cup of coffee. We figured it might boost the shopping experience, but the reception has been way better than I expected and we just kept progressively adding events," he said. The progression commenced with local guitarist Al Broder, who hosts a jazz jam on Friday nights. Then Fr ank Harrison Mapstone brought some musicians together for a Monday night funk jam, nicknamed Funk Y ou Monday. "W e like to be a little edgy," Mr. DellaCioppa said. "N o one likes Mondays, but we just have a great amount of fun." O pen Mike's is located behind Florida Discount M usic, at the corner of B abcock Street and U.S. 1 and offers organic coffee with creative musical names such as P urple Haze and Good Day S unshine. The venue also sells beer and wine. Photo courtesy of Open Mike'sMike DellaCioppa shows off the new sign on stage at Open Mike's in Melbourne.Coffee,beer and comedy add to the mixBy Deb AlbertoF or Hometown News the schools. "B y involving the public, our schools won't have to worry about expenses incurred from buying the bins, cleaning them or distributing them," said Jennifer Thompson, city of Melbourne environmental programs coordinator. "The city and KBB will take care of all of these aspects. Also, the public might have converted to the 64-gallon recycling carts and don't know what to do with their 14-gallon bins." On Saturday, Jan. 25, residents can support this effort by dropping off unwanted r ecycling bins at Sandpiper S portswear located at 751 Enterprise Court, Suite J, in M elbourne from 10 a.m. to 2 p .m. The group hopes to collect 95 bins for the local schools. Ms. Thompson said that the schools in need of the r ecycling bins are Imagine School at West Melbourne, H oly Trinity Episcopal A cademy, Florida Air Academy and Melbourne Central C atholic. Ms. Thompson said that teachers prefer the 14-gallon recycling bins because of their distinctive look, which reinforces the message to children that recyclable items go in a different bin than the trash cans. "O ur schools are asking for help, but, so far, no one has answered the call in the south area of Brevard," Ms. Thompson said. "Students want to recycle, but do not have the tools. It is important to help facilitate these motivated students and teachers. We want our youth to understand the importance of recycling, no matter where they are." Ms. Thompson said that if the group exceeds its goal of 95 bins, it will distribute to other schools in need in the south portion of Brevard, such Ascension Catholic School, Creel Elementary School, DeLaura Middle School, Sunrise Elementary School and Quest Elementary School. Donated bins do not have to be clean. City of Melbourne and Keep Brevard B eautiful staff will clean the bins and deliver them to the schools or will have a school r epresentative collect them at the event's conclusion. D onations will be accepted on Saturday,Jan.25,from 10 a.m.to 2 p.m.at Sandpiper Sportswear,located at 751 Enterprise Court,Suite J, in Melbourne.RecycleF rom page A1

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USHwy 1 Ormond Beach, FL 32174 800-731-4564 Exit 188 Pineda Cswy GRWI-95 US1 F ree Hot Dogs &Hamburgers with several sides and beverages daily 11am-2pm€ Huge selection of new and pre-owned RVs NOPAYMENT FOR90 DAYS or ZERODOWN!R estrictions apply See dealer for details *Exclusive Lifetime RV WarrantySee dealer for detailsF amily owned & operated. T rusted RV Dealer since 1976 with over 38,000 happy local customers! Enter The World OfRVing WithUs!071147 Not everyone is knowledgeable about The Knowledge ExchangeBREVARD The Knowledge Exchange opened its doors, expecting it might have a hard time attracting teachers to the facility. B ut a year later, its biggest challenge is attracting the students. The Palm Bay facility is the brainchild of Tim and Susan R eynolds, local parents who noticed a myriad of r esources available to homeschooled children, but they were spread out across the Space Coast. Mrs. Reynolds, a certified educator, said her motivation to provide her three kids with a challenging and diversified education became a challenge, as they got older and needed more specialized training in the areas that interested them. That involved running from place to place to find a biologist for one kid and a dance class for another," Mrs. Reynolds said. Mr. Reynolds, a retired engineer, combined his expertise in 3-D printing and advances in technology to what is now a state-ofthe-art teaching facility with white boards, projectors and live-stream capability. E ducators can rent a space for $15 per hour, but are charged with advertising and promoting their own events. Ms. Reynolds has streamlined that process with a w eb-based calendar and a form that educators can utilize to notify the press, but in a county where I nternet cafŽs still exist, it seems the potential clientele may not be hearing the message as loud and clear as the educators. Classes offered at the center cater to people of all ages and all walks of life, and have included free informational seminars, like a recent self-defense course hosted by the Brevard C ounty Sheriff's Office, as w ell as pioneer survival classes for children, African S tudies, dance and other informational seminars. The center continues to add classes and is looking toward expansion with full catering available from the onsite cafŽ. The Knowledge Exchange is located at 5151 Babcock S t., Palm Bay. F or more information,call (321) 473-8998 or visit www.theknowledgeexchange.com. Tim and Susan Reynolds opened The Knowledge Exchange to share their passion for lifelong education with Brevard residents.Photo courtesy of The Knowledge Exchange Center attracts more teachers than studentsBy Deb AlbertoF or Hometown Newsthat it may continue to be included in such rankings for national exposure. "W e plan to continue to grow our online programs and to participate in the national rankings each y ear," he said. "This allows us to continue to reach the national and international student population that believes in a Florida Tech education, but may not be able to attend on the Melbourne campus." In a press release, Florida T ech President and CEO Anthony J. Catanese said that he, too, was pleased with the university's inclusion in the ranking. "W e are very proud to be so highly ranked and will continue to keep quality foremost, as we serve the needs of those who need non-resident educational options," he said. F or more information or a complete listing of the r anked universities,visit www.usnews.com/education/online-education.RankingF rom page A1

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Harris, 51, of 833 University Blvd. E., M elbourne, was charged J an. 10 with felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Tracy Fortier, 44, of 2192 C anterbury Lane, Melbourne, was charged Jan. 12 with simple assault on an officer/firefighter/EMT and felony violation of a county ordinance. Timothy Mark Rohloff, 48, of 705 Fee Ave. E., M elbourne, was charged J an. 12 with aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon, kidnapping-false imprisonment of an adult and felony battery. Arthur Lewis Hobbs, 60, of 1775 Steele St., Melbourne, was charged Jan. 13 with destroying/tampering with/fabricating evidence, possession of cocaine, r esisting arrest with violence, possession of drug paraphernalia and resisting arrest without violence. James w. Sparks, 47, of 2210 Little John Road, M elbourne, was charged J an. 13 with petit larceny, trespassing with failure to leave and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription.P alm Bay P olice Department William David Sellers, 46, of 2808 Burton Place, M elbourne, was charged J an. 16 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and possession of drug paraphernalia.W est Melbourne P olice Department Patrick Henry Brooks, 25, of 4455 New Haven Ave. W ., West Melbourne, was charged Jan. 10 with possession of cocaine, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, driving while license suspended, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana and felony on-site violation of probation. Neil Richard Robbins, 65, of 1584 Highland Ave., M elbourne, was charged J an. 11 with dealing in stolen property. David Michael Putnam, 41, of 28 Nina Jean Drive, We st Melbourne, was charged Jan. 13 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied structure and criminal mischief-property damage.Brevard County Sheriff's Office Brandon Joseph Faulkner, 32, of 1700 Blanche Ave., M elbourne, was charged De c. 10 with attempting to solicit/conspire. Kayla Anna Hemby, 25, of 3725 New Haven Ave., M elbourne, was charged J an. 10 with violation of probation, smuggling contraband into a prison and possession of drug paraphernalia. Christopher Carter Ll oy d, 26, of 1733 Mission B ay Circle, Melbourne, was charged Jan. 10 with aggravated battery causing bodily harm. Ryan James Simmons, 25, of 7667 Wickham Road N., Melbourne, was charged J an. 11 with unarmed r obbery, fraud-illegal use of credit cards, passing a forged/altered instrument, attempting to solicit/conspire, petit larceny, criminal mischief-property damage, felony battery and two counts of resisting arrest without violence. Mark Brandon Cleveland, 23, of 29 Annette Dr ive, West Melbourne, was 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. See POLICE, A7 PRE-K4/VPK To Twelfth GradeOPENHOUSETUESDAY, FEBRUARY3rd € Program Begins @ 7:00PMEN RO LL ING NEW STUDENTSCovenant Christian School, in partnership with Christian parents, exists to glorify God by cultivating wise servant-leaders through nurturing Christ-like character, promoting individual academic excellence and developing a biblical world view in its students.ŽBe sure to inquire about our Pre-K4/VPK Program Covenant Christian School is a participating private school of both the John M. Mckay Scholarship and the Corporate Tax Credit Scholarship (Step Up for Students) as described on the CCS Website under Admissions/Financial Aid. 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A6 Melbourne THIS WEEKS LUCKY THIS WEEKS LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLE Is this your license plate number? Go to the nearest HTNOffice to verify by noon Tuesday.GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY! STOPBY ANY OFFICEOR CALL!!! THEREWAS NOWINNERFOR LASTWEEK. THISWEEKS PRIZE ISWORTH$200! I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 081533WIN$200 WIN$200This W eeks Prize This W eeks Prize Tr ain horns all the timeIf I am remembering correctly, a number of years ago people who lived along the railroad tracks that run through Melbourne were upset by the trains blowing their horns throughout the nighttime, especially the early morning hours. I remember that this was addressed, and I thought FEC finally agreed not to use the horns between certain times, midnight to six in the morning, as I recall (but not certain). What ever happened to such rulings? We hear the horns blow for each crossing no matter what time it is. C an this be addressed one more time?Theft while in custodyI had a theft of my personal property when I was arrested on false charges. I was stopped and had two of my medicines in the same bottle. This is a felony charge if you do not carry those little pieces of paper the pharmacist gives you. So I was arrested. My vehicle (was) towed ($210), and $40 of the $60 I had on me the intake officers at the Sharpes jail stole from my wallet right in front of me and laughed at me. My wife paid a $430 bail, and I was put in a release cell. The deputy in charge was vicious. He said if we opened the manila envelopes we were given before we left the jail we would be detained for an additional 24 hours. I opened mine and there was a $20 check in it, representing my $60. The woman in the next cell had her five diamond rings missing, and she was asking the officer to try to find them, because one was her grandmother's. This woman was picked up by a Mercedes and appeared to have some w ealth. She was kept an additional 20 minutes, and the deputy in charge was screaming at her for opening her envelope and made her cry. This was six years ago. (It is) refreshing to see the corruption did not stop with a new sheriff just the same old, same old. Ev er call them for help with a criminal and get threatened by the deputies instead of helped? This also occurs r egularly where the BCSO patrols. St r eet signs with green backgrounds and white letters and white border are where the BCSO patrol. Other color street signs have real police. Av oid living on streets with signs that have green backgrounds and white letters with white borders. Your freedom and peace of mind depend on it.Response to Putting a Face on Affordable Care Act' In a recent letter to H ometown News the author tries to gain sympathy and support for the Affordable Care Act by tugging at our heartstrings with fabricated stories about S usan, Bob, Pedro and Arthur when they get sick. While no one wants to see people unable to get needed medical care, the disastrous Affordable Care Act fix for this sad situation creates more misery, not less. Let's put some new hypothetical faces on this nightmare. D ick, Harry, Mary and Jane have had their healthcare policies cancelled, despite having been assured by the president they could keep their policies and their doctors. I magine Jane's shock when, after two months of frustration on the non-working government website, she finds it will cost her 85 percent more for similarly existing coverage. You'll really spoil her day when you tell her the increase is to help pay for someone else's birth control pills and unhealthful living style. Or perhaps, consider Harry's and Mary's healthcare going up 70 percent unless they divorce, because of a quirk in the law that penalizes married couples. How's that for family values? And, let's not forget about poor 85-year-old Dick; who, though he is on Medicare, the Affordable Care Act established Independent Panel Advisory Board has ruled 85 is too old for a pacemaker. Y ou see, the act needs billions of dollars from Medicare to fund it, and part of that comes from Medicare.Desperate need of repeal As will soon be seen, if not obvious already, the Affordable Care Act is in desperate need of repeal. It was passed by a Democratic Congress and president in the dark of the night (Christmas Eve 2009), without one R epublican vote. Now it needs to be scrapped and r eplaced by legislation that really serves the needs of the American people.Obey the speed limitI travel one day a week on Dairy Road, where the speed limit goes from 45 mph to 40 mph. While I am driving according to the speed limit, many other drivers are speeding past me. Where are the police? Nowhere! I don't get these drivers who feel the need to speed. Y ou are not going to get where you are going any sooner or later. You get there when you get there. So why speed? Please obey the limit of the law. You just might save a life!There are no American carsThis is for the people who think there is an all-American-made car. There hasn't been an all-American-made car built here since 1978. General Motors started farming out the work overseas way back then, when I worked there. The companies started going global back farther than that. No w you have American-made Toyotas and others. There is no such thing as just an American-made car, unless you do everything here, yourself.Why is it called football?'Why do they call it football? It's played on a field marked in yards. Yardball? What's the object of the game? To advance or stop movement of the ball. The ball. First time I tried out for high school football, "defense," the coach said. "Stop the guy with the ball." So i stood there and let him run into me. Coach starts y elling, "I told you to stop the guy with the ball." "I did," I said. "N o, hit him." "I got to hit him to stop him?" "I t' s the rule." "S tupid rule. I use to enjoy watching guys out think and out play their opponents, but now it's easier to hurt the other guy so he can't play at his best. Not interested in watching it. VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, JAN. 24, 2014 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM Honoring Arbor DayStudents from Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School Dylan Rosario, 6, of Melbourne, Andrew Kapas, 6, of Palm Bay and Kathy Thiele, 7, of Sebastian, took part in the City of Melbourne's Arbor Day Event Friday, Jan. 17. The three were bundled up to keep warm on a cold morning. The event took place at Melbourne Military Memorial Park, adjacent to the children's school. Several classes added to the celebration with song, poetry and history. Arbor Day is normally celebrated in April; this date was chosen to take advantage of the growing season.Photo by Paul Lepinskie 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. "O pen the eyes of my heart, Lord. Open the eyes of my heart. I want to see you, I want to see y ou" Lyrics by Michael W. Smith Ha ve you ever been asked this question?: Are you the type of person who says "G ood morning God!" or are y ou someone who says, "G ood God it's morning?" W ell, I have a confession to make. I am the latter. You know the type; we wake up grumbling with eyes squinched shut, flailing around to turn off light switches, as we make our way over to the coffeepot to hover and wait for just one sip. That's right; I am that person, and have always been that person, much to my family's chagrin. It 's not like I haven't tried to find ways to just wake up like a piece of toast; to be one of "those" people who get out of bed grinning and whistling, but so far I have failed. It 's not because of sleep deprivation, at least not always. And it's not because I woke on the wrong side of the bed either, at least not usually. I think it's because of the deep mystery of the dreams I have: vivid and colorful, wild and believable. Ev erything about real life seems unbearable when y ou spend your nights in a personal wonderland of unimaginable adventure! If y ou were to meet me after 10 a.m., you wouldn't believe my confession. By 10 a.m., I am just as smiley and chipper as those of you who wake up happy as a lark. It 's before 10 a.m. that I need help. I desperately need help. Ev erything before 10 a.m. seems too loud to me, too bright, and just downright too happy if I'm honest. I know I'm not the only one who wakes up like a bear, so am I the only one out there, who feels a great w eight of guilt hanging over me because of it? I've been this way all my life, but the confused stares of my daughter and silent criticism of my housemates just make me feel so guilty. I have scoured the scriptures for references to sleep. The most popular being from Proverbs 6:9, but I also found another to meditate upon from the book of L uke, where Jesus tells his disciples the parable of the sower. After finishing the story J esus asks, "Are you listening to this? Really listening?" To which his disciples r eply, "Why did you tell this story?" And Jesus says, "You've been given insight into God's kingdomyou know how it works. There are others who need stories. B ut even with stories some of them aren't going to get it: Their eyes are open but don't see a thing, Their ears are open but don't hear a thing." -Luke 8 Why do I tell this story? Why do I feel so guilty about a personality trait I have had my whole that's not quite a sin? It 's because this trait of mine scatters seeds on unfertile soil. Because I know that there are people in the world, who would give anything to wake up just one more day; there are those who have loved ones incapacitated by illness or tragedy and are just waiting for the day they see those eyes open again. And here I am awake, but not seeing; hearing, but not listening. And so I pray. I pray for wisdom to enjoy the sunrise; pray for those who wake up in lack or in sickness; pray for those families beset by catastrophe through no fault of their own. I pray with gratitude to God for another day to set things right and to find joy in another day. I pray for the eyes of my heart to be open because I'm trying to do better, to be a better Christian. So starting today, I will say "Good Morning God!" And I will even try to say it before 10 a.m. A my Lewis lives with her husband and daughter in P alm Bay and is a long time member of Riviera United Church of ChristGood morning, God!' RELI G IONAMY LEWIS Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 50 59 Tu rnpike Feeder Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 Copyright 2014, 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 Amanda Tucker . . .Major/Natl. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 24, 2014 Melbourne A7 085912T eaching respect, kindness and empathy2014 2015Elementary2014 201510thJ unior / Senior Campus 7th 10th Grade F or Hometown News081532The Dinner PartyŽby Judy Chicago is an art installation dedicated to recognizing womens contributions in history. Chicago dedicated five years to the conceptualization and completion ofthe piece. Nancy Gavrish, Holy Trinity Episcopal Academys Lower School art teacher, has dedicated the last 18 years to exposing students to influential artists and their disciplines. Gavrishs latest project incorporated The Dinner PartyŽinto the sixth grade curriculum. Chicagos concept is a triangular table, that includes 39 place settings for women in history who have not been properly recognized. Each place setting uses art fo rm s, such as china painting, ceramics and needlework. On the interior space ofthe triangle, there are 999 other w omens names written. The dinner table is broken into three time-frames, covering the history ofcreation through the 20th century. Students decided which area ofhistory they would be most interested in and chose a name on which to base their artwork. Students used the iPads in the art room to collect information on the historical figure they chose. T he colors, designs and materials they discovered helped to create their illuminated manuscript, clay sculpture and weaving. Gavrish said, The techniques and mediums I am using have generated a new level ofexcitement, both visually and in the sophistication oftheir finished products. The studentsresearch and collaboration connected their findings to previous classroom studies, technology, art history and appreciation. While using art forms as a creat iv e expression, they also created and found that art can be a powerful tool for teaching and reaching an audience in unique ways.ŽLook whos coming to dinner! charged Jan. 13 with r esisting arrest without violence, disorderly intoxication in a public place and threatening to bomb. Stephen Leroy Walton, 32, of 2911 Emory St., M elbourne, was charged J an. 13 with possession of cocaine, felony failure to appear and felony violation of probation. Jamel Decarious Dunn, 17, of 2032 Nottingham R oad, Melbourne, was charged Jan. 14 with organized dealing in stolen property, two counts of dealing in stolen property, three counts of petit larceny and five counts of unarmed burglary of an unoccupied conveyance. Jessica Heffernan, 24, of 501 Edgewood Drive, West M elbourne, was charged J an. 15 as an out-of-state fugitive. Linval Nathaniel Penny, 33, of 3011 Monroe St., M elbourne, was charged J an. 15 with smuggling contraband into a detention center, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, driving while license suspended, contempt of court, destroying/tampering with/fabricating evidence, possession of drug paraphernalia and two counts of possession of cocaine. Norman Adrian St. Pierre, 43, of 4505 New Hav en Ave. W., West Melbourne, was charged Jan. 15 with felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence and felony battery. Vinny M. Tumminia, 19, of 751 Lake Drive, Melbourne, was charged Jan. 15 with felony misuse of 911.P oliceF rom page A5 A 4-year-old Golden Retriever, Sandy' is the sweet pup of Bob Mercurio of Palm Bay. A clear lap dog, some of Sandy's favorite things to do are cuddle, tirelessly c atch her Frisbee and chase squirrels out of her backyard. 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)

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p .m. at Melbourne Library, 540 Fee Ave., Melbourne. Thursdays, 11a.m. to 4 p .m. at Titusville Library, 2121 S. Hopkins Ave., T itusville. Fridays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at West Melbourne Library, 2755 Wingate Blvd., West M elbourne. H ours were shifted for some sites, and Friday's location was changed. A ppointments are recommended, and residents may be connected with the navigator by dialing 2-1-1. (Press "4" in the automated answering menu.) R esidents have until March 31 to sign up for coverage. En r ollment also may be done by phone at (800) 3182596. Fashion show and luncheon tickets: The Cocoa B each Woman's Club F oundation will present "B ling into Spring" Fashion Sh ow and Luncheon, featuring Janet Carr, with "A ccessories and More" from Sa r asota on Saturday, Feb. 1. The event will be at the C ocoa Beach Country Club, 5000 Tom Warner Blvd, C ocoa Beach. L unch will be catered by "A Chef's Touch." Doors will be open for shopping at 10 a.m., and the fashion show begins at 11 a.m., with lunch and shopping at noon. A dmission includes a BREVARD Those looking to make good on their New Year's Resolution of exploring their creativity will be able to follow through, thanks to one local artist. B eginning on Thursday, J an. 30, Ed Chope will host sculpting and mold-making classes at the Art Gallery of V iera. The six-week program will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. and costs $120. A dditional costs may apply for tools and materials. Mr. Chope, a Rockledge r esident, is a multi-media artist, who is best known for his various sculpting works. "I became interested in sculpture in my early teens, when one of my instructors shared information about his jewelry-designing business," Mr. Chope said. "I r ealized that I had the ability to make threedimensional objects from things I could see." While working in a threedimensional medium can be challenging for beginners, Mr. Chope, who is a master sculptor, will guide his students, teaching them proper techniques. Mr. Chope's six-week program is also for advanced artists, as well. The biggest challenge for new students is how to get started with the piece," he said. "Each student will select the subject for a relief that is as simple or as complicated as their skills will allow." After the students complete the sculpture, Mr. Chope will teach them how to make a mold of the relief, so it may be reproduced. "A r elief is the easiest type of sculpture to mold and a good place to start, rather than doing a 360-degree piece," Mr. Chope said. The master sculptor and mold-maker said that most artists pay others, like himself, to make molds for their originals. This course is unique because, along with the sculpture portion, I teach them how to make molds," he said. "This class will provide them with the skills to do this for themselves." W ith more than 35 years of experience, Mr. Chope is excited to pass on his knowledge to others, who have a passion for art. "I am looking forward to this class because of the excitement of developing the talent of others and giving artists the skills to r eproduce their own pieces to provide affordable art to the public," he said. Ed Chope will host sculpture and mold-making classes at the Art Gallery of V iera on Thursday, Jan. 30. The program runs for six we eks, with classes held from 1 to 3 p.m. The cost is $120, but additional costs may apply for tools and materials. F or more information or to reserve your spot in the class,call Ed Chope at (321) 205-6281 or call Art Gallery of Viera at (321) 504-4343. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 24, 2014 Melbourne A9 065249€ Children Welcome € Veneers € Whitening € Root Canals € Crowns € TMJDisorder € One-Visit Restorations € Dental Emergencies Seen Promptly € Cosmetic Dentistry € Dentures € Implant RestorationsMon-Tue-Thu 7:30-5:30 € Wed 12:30-7:30John T. Bailey, DMDServing Brevard For 28 Years723-0938917 S. Wickham Rd. € W. Melbourne € 32904Comprehensive Evaluation € Quality Work at a Quality PriceAny patient and any other person responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or be reimbursed for pay ment for any other service, Examinations or treatment which is performed as a result and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free service, examination or treatment. DEBIT Friendly Family Dentistry New Patient IntroductionNew Patient Prophy (1110) and Exam (0150) with Oral Cancer ScreeningExpires 1/31/14$75Got ADental Problem?Bring your prior file/xrays for a FREE 2nd opinion. 081402 PALMBAYKAYAKS1 500 Main St NE € P alm Bay, FL 32905Please arrive 15 minutes prior to tours!ww w .palmbaykayaks.comCall Today (321) 215-170724 Hour Advanced Reservations RequiredGuided Eco Tours of Historic TurkeyCreek081402 3-4 Hour Guided Morning Tours 8:30am-12:30pmAdult $50+tax € Child (5-12) $35+tax2 Hour Guided Afternoon Tours 1:30pm-3:30 pmAdult $35+tax € Child (5-12) $20+tax (2 person minimum) € Gratuity not included T andem Kayaks ALSOavailable (limited supply)GROUPRATESAVAILABLE CALLFORDETAILS T OURSDEPARTING7 DAYSAWEEK Gift Certificates Available F eaturing Ascend Kayaks from Bass Pro Shops of PalmBay 080383 087227 Inspired by his father, resident catches waves for a causeBREVARD Cocoa Beach r esident Eddie Gelles said his dad, the late Art Gelles, was not only his father and his friend, but he was also his inspiration. B ut just before his dad succumbed to Stage 4 liver and lung cancer in 2010, he called Eddie close to him and asked for a favor. "I assumed he was going to tell me to take good care of my mom," Eddie Gelles said. "B ut what he wanted was for me to continue his tradition of feeding the homeless on Christmas and Thanksgiving." Mr. Gelles said he feels closest to his dad when he's surfing, a sport he learned just five years ago. So, on Nov. 21, his 50th birthday, he began a campaign to take his father's efforts of assisting the homeless at The Daily Bread in Melbourne, one step further with a campaign he named "Surfing 365 for the H omeless." Ev ery day, rain or shine, and even at temperatures as low as 40 degrees, Mr. Gelles takes to the waves off the Space C oast, to reflect and raise funds to help the less fortunate. "I w ent out in a downpour on my birthday, and I have seen some of the worst, choppiest waves, but I have a great time, every time," he said. "There's real beauty in chaos, and I always feel protected. It's a chance for deep introspection, and I've experienced some soultouching moments out there." Ev ery cent he raises through his Facebook campaign goes to feed and clothe the hungry at The Daily Bread.He said he learned from his father how to stretch a dollar. "I nstead of handing over the money, he would go to W almart and speak to the manager to see if he could get a discount, then walk out with loads of socks, underwear, Tshirts, you name it," Mr. Gelles said. T oday, he applies this same method of giving. "M y father didn't teach me things. He showed me things, and one of the most important things I learned is this: The one thing that you can never get back is time. I want to use my time here to be the best person I can be," he said. Mr. Gelles updates his F acebook page, "Surfing 365 for the Homeless" daily and has raised more than $2,000 so far. Donations can be mailed to: Eddie Gelles, 431 S. Breva rd Av e ., No. 8. Cocoa B each, Fla., 32931, or via P aypal to epgelles@att.net. T ax-deductible receipts are available by request. Inspired by his dad, Eddie Gelles rides waves of generosity to help the homeless.By Deb AlbertoF or Hometown News Artist to teach sculpting, mold-making class Master sculptor and mold maker Ed Chope will host sculpting and mold making classes at the Art Gallery of Viera, beginning on Thursday, Jan. 30.Photo courtesy of Ed Chope By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com CalendarF rom page A2 See CALENDAR, A10

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projects and in a concert setting." W ith more than 30 album credits to his name, Mr. F leury has performed with R od Stewart, Led Zepplin, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles and lent his talents to Br oadway productions, as w ell. "P aul expressed interest in writing a short work for cello and orchestra," Mr. Collins said. "I encouraged him to do so, and we will be presenting the world premiere of his work." F ollowing "Cello Fantasy," the SCSO will perform "The P lanets." "O n a giant screen over the stage, you'll see the latest stunning images from the Mars Rovers and past probe missions of Magellan, Vo yager and Galileo," Mr. C ollins said. "The footage has been carefully selected to harmonize with the music." The incredible footage has been combined with Holst's The Planets," which is one of the most well-known pieces in all of classical music. "I t' s the melodic, precise and structured, combined with the mystic and unexplainable," Mr. Collins said. The creativity used to write such a unique, one-of-akind piece is immeasurable. It 's a grown-up Fantasia' that will drop some jaws." Thrilled to present "The P lanets An HD Odyssey" to its patrons, the SCSO is looking forward to the program meant to highlight the S pace Coast community. "I t' s absolute, pure excitement," Mr. Collins said. "B oth young and old will r eally connect with this incredible experience." The Space Coast Symphony Orchestra, in cooperation with NASA and Jet Pr opulsion Laboratories, will host "The Planets An HD Odyssey" on Saturday, J an. 25 at 7 p.m. at the Scott C enter for the Performing Arts at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy. Ad v anced tickets, $20, are available at www.SpaceC oastSymphony.org or at several convenient ticket outlets, including Ace Hardware stores in Indialantic, C ocoa Beach and Satellite B each, Blue Sky Insurance in Cocoa Village, Tropical R ealty of Suntree, Art E xpressions in downtown Eau Gallie, A Floral Affair on M erritt Island and Palm Bay H earing Aid Center. T ickets at the door are $25. Children and students 18 and younger are free. The Scott Center for the Pe r forming Arts is located at 5625 Holy Trinity Dr., Melbourne. F or more information,call toll-free to (855) 252-7276. F riday, January 24, 2014 A10 MelbourneHometown News 080480 3016 West New Haven Ave. € West Melbourne € 725-6855 Liver and onions with bacon and 2 sides$8.49with purchase of 2 beverages 080477 273 N. 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New Haven Ave.321-768-2345www.ByrdsWesternStore.com Serving you since 1971Saturday,February15 7:30 pmF ebruary21-23Fr i day &Saturday 7:30 pm Sunday 2:00 pmW elcome Silver Spurs Rodeo Fans Local gallery expands, as Brevard artist discovers his life's workBREVARD The Off C enter Art Center in the Eau Gallie Arts District opened last January when R uth Anne Heinly recognized her son, Kyle Heinley's, passion for the arts. K yle, 26, who has Cerebral P alsy and Epilepsy had begun taking art classes at a local studio and found a mentor in local artist Jeff F ilipski. A year later, the gallery is expanding to include a wine bar and a 24-hour access studio for member artists. D ue to Kyle's disability, he cannot be around fluorescent lights, limiting his job options. "J eff would turn the lights out for him during the class, and that worked out. He found his life's work," said Ms. Heinley, a Melbourne r esident. No w, K yle gives back by hosting free art classes for children with disabilities at the gallery on Saturday mornings. The 5,000-square-foot expansion includes space for 30 new artists, and with that, the Heinleys' plan to introduce opportunities for more classes and artist events. The expansion will also receive a new name, honoring the family's Scottish roots, as well as the name of the road they intersect. Hi ghlander's Galleries will be an offshoot of the Off C enter Art Center. The wine bar offers a cozy place, where artists and non-artists are welcome to stop in and just hang out, Ms. Heinley said. Future plans are to include a family fun night and other events intended to share their love of art with Space Coast r esidents. W ith the support of his mom; his mentor, Jeff F ilipski; and the space to practice, Kyle has turned his passion into a job. He sold five pieces r ecently, while participating in Select Fair, one of the many events that accompany Art Base in Miami, which draws art lovers from around the world. The grand opening is scheduled for 6 p.m. at the gallery on Friday, Feb. 7, to coincide with the Eau Gallie Art District's First Friday Art Wa lk. Off Center Art Center is located at 559 W. Eau Gallie Bl v d., Eau Gallie. F or more information,call (321) 610-7116 or email www.ocacoffcenterartcenter.com. Photo courtesy of Kyle HeinleyInspired by the work of his mentor and others, Kyle Heinley, works on revisions to an earlier piece.By Deb AlbertoF or Hometown News Informative cemetery tours highlight upcoming Pioneer Day on Merritt IslandBREVARD Merritt Island is gearing up for its third annual Pioneer Day to be held Feb.8, and has more events planned than ever before. The all-day celebration marks the 170th birthday of J ohn Sams, known as the founder of Merritt Island, and a prominent community figure of his time. A highlight of this year's event includes a cemetery tour for history buffs, interested in learning the stories behind the names on the headstones at St. Lukes Chapel and Cemetery. "W e compiled 20 biographies of some of the early settlers, who are buried in the cemetery and the stories r eally shed light on the history of Merritt Island," said Joyce Young, the cochairman of the St. Luke's committee organizing Pioneer Day. O ther events include a Civil W ar reenactment; a talk by R osemary McGill, a Brevard r esident, who participated in the Freedom Rides at age 17; and a painting demonstration by R.L. Lewis, one of the original Highwaymen, while his son will give a talk about the Highwaymen. Local archeologists and a Tuskegee instructor will also be at the event and ready to answer questions. Ev ents for evening include a Fish Fry and a folk, blues and bluegrass concert. T ickets are $10 and must be purchased in advance. F or more information about the event,visit the Fa cebook page www.facebook.com/pioneerdaymerr ittisland.All-day event offers something for everyoneBy Deb AlbertoF or Hometown News Photo Courtesy of Buzz Biz Public RelationsThe Space Coast Symphony Orchestra will present The Planets An HD Odyssey,' pairing the music of Gustav Holst with HD footage courtesy of NASA and Jet Propulsion Laboratories.OdysseyF rom page A1 special door-prize drawing. There will also be a 50/50 drawing, a silent auction and the raffle of a $10,000 custom necklace, designed by Don Traver of My Private Je w eler of Baytree. T ickets are $30 each. Ca ll Cindy at (321) 7992353 or Eileen T.at (321) 6261566 for ticket reservations by J an.24,the last day they will be on sale. Pr oceeds will benefit local scholarship efforts and other charitable endeavors. Reality TV National Top M odel casting call: The Angel Platinum Hair Casting C all for the 2014 National T op Model will debut at the E bon Center TV Studio, located at 8850 Grissom Pa r kway, Titusville, from 3-9 p .m. Friday, Jan. 24. W ith a very entertaining TV Sh ow the search is on, not only for the most beautiful and graceful model, but also the model with the most creative and unique sense of hair styling. P otential model candidates are to register by emailing at B eautiMedia@gmail.com. Pa r ticipants are to bring portfolios with their images and resumes to be considered for the Angel Platinum H air National Top Model C ompetition TV Reality Show. C andidates from various states will enter the competition for the show that will be produced at the Titusville S tudio during scheduled intervals. The reality show will be aired throughout the year, with the last episode crowning the 2014 winning Angel Platinum Hair Top M odel. This reality TV show will be the first of its kind to combine uniquely beautiful hair styling with a national model competition. Crane Community C enter classes offered: The community center is located at 1440 Mosswood Drive, M elbourne. The classes are: Kids Klub Friday, Jan. 24 and 31, 4:30-8:30 p.m. Video Game Domination Fr iday, Jan. 24, 8:45-11:15 p .m. Glass Painting Monday, J an. 27, 10 a.m. to noon F or more information,call the city of Melbourne,Crane Community Center at (321) 255-4609. Help name the alphaCalendarF rom page A9 See CALENDAR, A11

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 24, 2014 Melbourne A11 080474 781363 Runaway Country in search of next Runaway Rockstar'The fourth annual Runaway Country Music Festival Ma r ch 21-23 will feature K eith Urban, Toby Keith, The B and Perry, Joe Nichols, Charlie Daniels Band, R odney Atkins, Chris Cagle, G loriana, JT Hodges, Colt Fo r d, LoCash Cowboys and mo re. B ut, new this year, fans will have the opportunity to determine which act will kick off the festival. The opening slot, the curtain-raiser, the first music to spread more than 400 acres of Melbourne's W ickham Park will belong to the winner of this year's R unaway Rockstar online search," explained executive producer Gary McCann. This is a big deal for singers and musicians. The fans pick who will get the weekend started. For many young artists, the Main Stage is a pretty daunting place to be." The search began last week when the first two artists w ent head-to-head based on their YouTube videos, while fans voted for their favorites. The artist with the most votes moved onto the next r ound. M usicians wanting their shot to play the Main Stage are encouraged to submit their video entries by the end of the day Thursday, Jan. 30. These musicians will then be scheduled into the online competition via Runaway C ountry's Facebook page. I nformation for artists, who wish to play the Main S tage, and for fans, who want to vote, can be found at www.facebook.com/runawaycountry. R unaway Country Music F estival takes place every spring in Melbourne's 400acre Wickham Park. This y ear's dates are March 21-23. In addition to big-name entertainment, the festival offers unique shopping, with approximately 100 vendors from across the country, dining choices from some of F lorida's finest restaurants, eight bars and two night clubs. C amping is available on the festival site. Hotels for every budget are within a short fiveto 15-minute drive. W ickham Park is located 12 miles south of Cocoa Beach off 1-95 exits 180, 183 and 188. F or line-up schedule, single-day and weekend packages,camping,hotel r eservations and more information,visit www.runawaycountry.com or call (321) 549-4204.F ans to determine who will kick off this year's festival male and female meerkats at Brevard Zoo: It is an exciting year for Brevard Zoo, as it celebrates its 20th birthday. In honor of this major milestone, the zoo is opening a new exhibit, featuring meerkats on March 15. These precious, precocious and entertaining mammals r epresent a thoroughly different kind of resident than what is currently housed at the zoo. M eerkats are highly social animals, distinguished by their communal nature and extended family living arrangements, living in multigenerational groups, with an alpha male and female. Their energetic, amusing and charismatic behaviors will be visible for all to see. As the meerkats' new home is being constructed in the E xpedition Africa section of the zoo, individuals are invited to join in the celebration and welcome this new family. The zoo is asking you to help name the alpha male and female meerkats. V isit the Brevard Zoo F acebook fan page and suggest names in the comment box under the photo album of the alpha male and female through J an. 26. This list will be sent to PNC Bank, which is the title sponsor for the meerkat exhibit. PNC staff members will choose their top five names for the male and female. I ndividuals are encouraged to visit any of the 15 PNC B ank branches in Brevard C ounty and cast a ballot for the names they like best. V oting in the branches will begin Feb. 3 and conclude on March 1. On March 7, the winning names will be announced, just in time for the opening of the new exhibit on March 15. V isit Facebook today and share your ideas.SAT URDAY, JAN. 25 Autism Hits Home: at 7:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 25 at the Palm Bay Regional Park softball complex. The cost for the softball tournament is $125 per city team, $100 per Florida Tech T eam and free agents are $10 per person and they find a team for you. All proceeds go to Angels Br idging Gaps. There is a free T-Ball clinic for all special needs children and their siblings at noon. No equipment necessary. F or more information, email James Helmberger at Jrollin23@yahoo.com. Charity golf tournament: Affordable Furniture S olutions will present an annual charity golf tournament to support Cancer Care C enters of Brevard at 8 a.m. Sa turday, Jan. 25 at The M ajors Golf Club, 3375 B ayside Lakes Blvd., Palm Bay. C ost is $65 per person and includes greens fees, cart, r ange practice balls. Also included will be one shot at $25,000 hole in one contest, entry into a $5,000 putting contest, lunch, raffle prizes, giveaways, longest drives contest and closest to the pin contest. F or more information,call (321) 723-9298,email leonardjenkins@321furniture.com or visit www.321fruniture.com. Birds of a Feather Hike T ogether:' Local ornithologist and Florida Tech assistant professor Christin Pr uett will lead an explor ation, looking for birds of prey through sprawling live oaks at 8 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 25 at the Barrier Island C enter, 8385 S. Highway A1A, Melbourne Beach. F or more information,call (321) 723-3556 or visit www.barrierislandcenter.co m. To enroll,visit www.spacecoastbirdingandwildlifefestiv al.org. Taste of Petty's Suntree: C ancer Care Centers of Br evard Foundation, Inc., will present a wine tasting, Sa turday, Jan. 25 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Petty's S untree, 6115 N. Wickham R oad, Melbourne. There will be food, raffle items and music by Tony C astro. C ost is $10 for a tasting glass. Pr oceeds benefit Cancer Ca re C enters Foundation and support local cancer patients and their families. F or more information,call (321) 426-5145 or email mfiol@cccfoundationinc.org Change Your Mind Day' at White Sands Buddhist C enter: White Sands Buddhist Center will be the site of "Change Your Mind Day" on Saturday, Jan. 25 with several speakers from area B uddhist organizations assembling to talk about meditation and the dharma (Buddhist teachings). This is the ninth annual C entral Florida Change Your M ind Day, which is organized by Volusia Buddhist F ellowship, a DeLand-based B uddhist organization. The event rotates between D eLand and other area B uddhist facilities. This will be the first time Change Your M ind Day is held at WSBC. The event, which is free and open to the public, will bring together leaders from area Buddhist organizations to speak about meditation and Buddhist practice. The presentations will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will include teachings and meditation instruction from several Buddhist traditions. Among those expected to speak this year are Ven. Khai Thien, abbot of White Sands B uddhist Center (Vietnamese/Zen); The Rev. M orris Sekiyo Sullivan, sensei Volusia Buddhist F ellowship (nonsectarian); M ichael Kane of the Natural M editation Community (Insight Meditation); Than Chaokhun Phra Vijitrdhammapani (Thai/Theravada); Todd Fletcher, Lake H elen Tibetan Sangha, Ven. Dr upon Thinley Nyingpo Rinpoche, Drong Ngur J angchubling Buddhist C enter in Wesley Chapel, and others to be announced pending confirmation. See www.volusiabuddhist.org for updates and complete schedule. F or more information, contact Volusia Buddhist F ellowship at (386) 738-3715, visit the website at www.volusiabuddhist.org or email volusiabuddhist@gmail.com F or more information on White Sands Buddhist Ce nter,visit online at www.cattrang.org. P.E.O.Founder's Day L uncheon : at noon on Sa turday, Jan. 25. Br evard County P.E.O. chapters will have their annual Founder's Day L uncheon at the Eau Gallie Y acht Club, 100 Datura Drive in Indian Harbour Beach. The social is 11 a.m. and lunch is at noon. The cost is $22, with a choice of menu. All members and all out-oftown members are welcome. F or questions or reservations,contact Claire (321) 729-0707. F ashion show and luncheon reservations: at noon Saturday, Jan. 25 at the K of C Hall, 6725 Babcock St., M alabar. The Lily Pad will feature casual-wear to fashionable evening attire for that "just r ight" 2014 look and feel. M any sizes are available for purchase after the show. L uncheon is being catered by Emilio's Panini Grill of M elbourne. There will be door prizes, a treasure chest of "cash," and more surprises to be awarded to guests. R eservations are being accepted until Thursday,Jan. 23 at $12 per ticket for the fashion show and luncheon by calling Marietta at (321) 727-2382. Cruisin'Into Spring' fashion show: The Ladies Au xiliary of Knights of C olumbus Council No. 7408 will present a spring fashion show at noon, Saturday, Jan. 25 at the K of C Hall, 6725 B abcock St., Malabar. The Lily Pad will feature casual wear to fashionable evening attire. L unch is being catered by Emillio's Panini Grill of M ebourne. C ost for the luncheon and fashion show is $12. F or tickets and more information,call (321) 7272383.CalendarF rom page A10F or Hometown NewsnewsML@hometownnewsol.com

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Patrick Publix PlazaNext to Pet Supermarket FREEGLASSOFWINE ORBEER!(up to $5.95) with$30 minimum order 1 coupon per visit expires 2/7/14 Cannot be combined with any other offer HAPPYHOUR MON-THURS 4-6 PMHappy Hour Menu Available Br evard CountyEntertainmentDining &SECTION B WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM FRIDAY, JAN. 24, 2014Out & about BREVARD Get into the loving mood with your sweetie next weekend, as S wingtime presents its annual "Sweetheart's Ball" on Friday, Jan. 31 from 7 to 10 p.m. T ickets for the ball, which will take place at the Melbourne Auditorium, are $5 in advance and $7 at the door. T ables can also be r eserved in advance for six or more people. There is no charge for reserving a table. "S wingtime has been hosting the Sweetheart's B all' for many years and always draws a large crowd," said Art Martin, conductor. The Sweetheart's Ball set list is filled with a variety of classic favorites, sure to please the audience. "S ome of the songs performed will be In the M ood,' Bandstand B oogie,' My Funny V alentine,' Mack the Knife,' waltzes, ballads and Latin tunes," Mr. Martin said. "There is always a va r iety of music to please everyone." Those who would like to brush up on their dance skills prior to the Sweetheart's Ball can do so from 6 to 7 p.m., as Laura Beers will offer dance lessons for $5. Mr. Martin said that S wingtime really enjoys playing for the dancers, as w ell as those who just come to listen. "I t' s great to be playing and see all the dancers on the floor," he added. Su re to be a good time for all, Swingtime's Sw eetheart's Ball offers Br evard County residents an opportunity to dance along with a 20-piece big band, complete with two vocalists, for less than $10 per person. "P eople, who enjoy dancing to live music, should definitely attend this event," Mr. Martin said. "It is also a night out with your sweetheart." S wingtime will host its annual Sweetheart's Ball on Friday, Jan. 31 from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Melbourne A uditorium. T ickets are $5 in advance and $7 at the door. Ad v anced tickets may be purchased in Melbourne at WMMB Radio, Marion M usic, the Honor America Liberty Bell Museum and at Brass and Reed on M erritt Island. T ables can be reserved for six or more people by calling MMB Auxiliary president Marci Hutson at (321) 432-4751. The Melbourne Auditor ium is located at 625 H ibiscus Blvd., Melbourne. F or more information, call (321) 724-0555 or visit www.MelbourneMunicipalBand.org.F ree Friday moviesT he Cocoa Beach Public Library will present the following free movies at 3 p.m. on Fridays: Jan. 24: "The Big Year" Jan. 31: "Kon-Tiki" Feb. 7: "Earth" F ree popcorn and refreshments will be provided. T hese movies tell stories about the human experience, with some nature's g randest settings as a backdrop. F or more information, visit www.cocoabeachpubliclibrary.com or call (321) 868-1104."Hear Me Dance 2014""Hear Me Dance" is a student lead dance concert that showcases student choreography from Brevard area dance schools. Choreography will be presented from Dance Arts Centre, Heather's Dance and Titusville Ballet & Jazz and others. The concert will take place on Jan. 24 at 7 p.m. at the Heritage Isle Clubhouse Theater. Heritage Isle is located at 6800 Legacy Blvd., Viera. Suggested admission is a $5 donation at the door. "Hear Me Dance" is a performance hosted by Dance Arts Centre, a not-for-profit dance studio. All proceeds will go to a local "Boy & Girls Club."The Planets: an HD Odyssey' T he Space Coast Symphony Orchestra, in cooperation with NASA and Jet Propulsion Laboratories, presents "The Planets An HD Odyssey" at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 25 at the Scott Center for the Performing Arts at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy, 5625 Holy Trinity Drive, in north Melbourne. Experience a profound new approach to Gustav Holst's cosmic masterpiece, "The Planets," live with HD images from NASA projected on the big screen. T he concert opens with Dmitri Shostakovich's brilliant and upbeat work, "Festive Overture," presented with a live film featuring local photos highlighting the space program's monumental impact in the last 50 years. Cellist Paul Fleury joins the SCSO to present the world premiere of his "Cello Fantasy." T hen experience a powerful performance of composer Gustav Holst's monumental "The Planets," paired with a high-definition film from NASA's latest exploration of the solar system, including stunning images from the Mars Rovers and past probe missions Magellan, Voyager and Galileo. Cost is $20. Advanced tickets for adults are available through the orchestra website at www.SpaceCoastS ymphony.org or at several convenient ticket outlets, including Ace Hardware stores in Indialantic, Cocoa Beach and Satellite Beach, Blue Sky Insurance in Cocoa Village, Tropical Realty of Suntree, Art Expressions in downtown Eau Gallie, A Floral Affair in Merritt Island and Palm Bay Hearing Aid Center. T ickets at the door are $25. Children and students, 18 and younger, are free. F or more information, call toll free to Capt.Hiram's: B lue S tone Circle will play from 7:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Fr iday and Saturday. The M icah Read Trio will play from 2-6 p.m., and Greg V adimsky will play from 610 p.m. Sunday. Kevin Mc C ullers will play from 610 p.m. Monday. Micah R ead will play from 6-10 p .m. Tuesday. Lucy Iris will play from 6-10 p.m. W ednesday. The Steve Co w den Duo will play from 6-10 p.m. Thursday. Capt. Hi ra m' s is at 1580 U.S. H ighway 1, Sebastian. For more information,call (772) 589-4345. Captain Katannas: M ike & Tammy will play at 7 p.m. Fr iday. Joe Calutti will play at 2 p.m. Sunday. Katannas is at 4263 N. U.S. Highway 1, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2531369. Coconuts on the Beach: The Micah Read Trio will play at 7 p.m. Friday. The R ed Tide Duo will play at 1 p .m., and the Groove Shoes D uo will play at 7 p.m. S aturday. The Smokin' H ound Dogs will play at 2 p .m. Sunday. John & Mike will play at 7 p.m. Wednesday. The Tapedeck Duo will play at 7 p.m. Thursday. C oconuts is at 2 Minutemen Causeway, Cocoa B each. F or more information,call (321) 784-1422. Earl's Hideaway: R ough E dges will play at 8:30 p.m. Fr iday. Nasty Habits will play at 2 p.m., and Spanks B and will play at 8:30 p.m. S aturday. Mike Zito with guest Jumpin' Jimmy Me r edith will play from 2-6 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 ohnnyRock1 and Linda Lavis will host "Southern T alent Karaoke" 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday nights. The Fill-N-Station S aloon is at 2685 U.S. H ighway 1, Mims. F or more ARIES March 21/April 20Aries, strange forces seem to be working against you, but fortunately you are prepared for anything that comes your way. Allow for some time to get things settled.TA URU S April 21/May 21T aurus, keep a firm hand on your wallet so you can avoid spending well beyond your means. It is best if you avoid making any impulse purchases in the near future.GEMINI May 22/June 21Gemini, listen carefully when a family member comes to you with some sage advice. Even a seemingly relaxed conversation may prove fruitful.CA NCE R June 22/July 22Cancer, you may seem rushed this week, but resist the temptation to go faster than is comfortable for you. Ta ke your time so things are done right the first time.LEO July 23/Aug. 23Leo, you may have so much fun this week that you don't realize you have been getting work done in the process. Y our attitude is even inspiring others around you.VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22T ake a step back when you don't see eye to eye with a colleague, Virgo. Disagreements can quickly escalate, so keep a level head and take all things into consideration.LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23Libra, your intuition and ability to work with people closely will make your life much more enjoyable. Make use ofSee S CENE, B3 See SCOPES, B2Dance the night away this month with your special Sweetheart' W eek of 1-24-2014See OUT, B2Club Scene Photo Courtesy of Carmen BrightPut on your dancing shoes and grab your sweetie, as Swingtime presents its annual Sweetheart's Ball' on F riday, Jan. 31 at the Melbourne Auditorium.By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com

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(855) 252-7276. Winter dance in Cocoa BeachT he Single, Separated, W idowed and Divorced (SSWD) group is hosting a winter dance on Saturday, Jan. 2 5, from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Church of Our Saviour Auditorium, 5301 N. Atlantic A ve., Cocoa Beach. All singles and couples are welcome to attend. Live music will be provided by Visions. Proceeds will benefit several charities. Ti ckets cost $8 each, and may be purchased at the parish office before the dance or at the door. Call (321) 868-7775, (321) 2 13-6629 or (321) 783-4152 for details or table reservations.Good Time'n to playT he Cocoa Beach Public Library will present the music g roup Good Time'n in the Community Room at 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 26. Enjoy bluegrass, folk tunes and contemporary songs. Music on a Sunday Afternoon is a regularly scheduled event at the library, 550 N. Brevard Ave., Cocoa Beach. Fo r more information, call (321) 242-868-1104 or visit www.cocoabeachpubliclibrary.org.Theodicy Jazz Collective to perform at Holy Trinity Episcopal AcademyT he internationally recognized Theodicy Jazz Collective will perform in concert on Monday, Jan. 27, at 7 p.m. at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy's Scott Center for Worship and Performing Arts, located at 5625 Holy Trinity Drive, in Melbourne (just off U.S. 1 and the Pineda Causeway). Advanced tickets are available at www.htacademy.org for $10, or will be available at the door for $12. T he Theodicy Jazz Collective ensemble was invited to Holy T rinity Episcopal Academy by school chaplain the Rev. Joy W illard-Williford, with the goal of forming a student jazz ensemble for its own chapel services. The ensemble will host a series of workshops for student musicians during the day before opening the evening concert to the public. Chaplain Williford is available for advanced media interviews. F ormed at Oberlin College, original Theodicy Jazz band members migrated east for g raduate school where they connected with other musicians at the Yale Institute of Sacred Music; it is there the project flourished. T oday, the group writes and produces services for a multitude of churches in New England, the National Council of Churches, the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, Trinity W all Street, New England Lutheran Synod and St. Paul's Chapel in NYC. In 2012, Theodicy composed and premiered Canterbury Jazz Mass with the choir and organ at Canterbury Cathedral. Samples of their music can be heard at www.theocidyjazz.com or on YouTube.com. F ounded in 1957, Holy T rinity Episcopal Academy was built on a tradition of strong academic and spiritual programs that focus on developing the whole child. Holy Trinity is fully accredited and a recognized leader in Brevard education for students in pre-K through grade 12. More information is available at www.htacademy.org"Big Band Bash" Jazz Concerts at VBHST he Vero Beach High School Band Department presents "BIG BAND BASH" Jazz Concerts on Monday, Jan. 27 at 7 p.m. and Tuesday, Jan. 28 at 7 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center, 1707 16th St., V ero Beach. T his evening of jazz music will pay tribute to Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, and Glenn Miller among other Big Band greats. F eaturing the Award W inning VBHS Jazz Bands, the performance will be led by Mr. James Sammons and Mr. Page Howell. Some selections will include popular tunes, such as "Stompin' at the Savoy," "Georgia on My Mind," "Just In T ime" by Jule Styne, as well as other arrangements by Sammy Nestico, Thelonius Monk and Hoagy Carmichael. T he Tuesday evening concert will also include special guests from the local middle schools. T ickets are $10 for the Upper Mezzanine level and $12 for the Lower Orchestra level. Call the box office at (772) 564-5537 to reserve your seats. Proceeds benefit the education of Indian River County students.Pirates to invade the Treasure CoastPirates will invade the shores of Historic Fort Pierce for the annual Treasure Coast Pirate Fest from Friday, Jan. 31 to Sunday, Feb. 2. Pirates, scallywags and rogues from around the state and across the nation are set to converge at Veterans Memorial Park / Riverwalk Center in Fort Pierce for three fun-filled days of family friendly piracy. T he highly anticipated waterfront pirate festival, formerly held in and around Downtown Stuart, will feature many fun and exciting pirate themed attractions for both young and old to enjoy, such as a living history pirate encampment, pirate ships, live mermaids, a Little Buccaneer Kids Zone, costume contests, treasure hunts, pirate weapon demonstrations, including real swords, muskets and cannons. T here will also be a pirate's ball held Friday night for adults 18 and older. A large number of local and out-of-state vendors will be on hand throughout the weekend selling their wares, including some great food and drink choices. Each day, interactive performances will be in abundance, and live music will play as you spend your days amongst pirates, mermaids and wenches. W orld-renowned celebrity artist Don Maitz, creator of the Original Captain Morgan Spiced Rum character, will be displaying his collection of pirate art in celebration of the Pirate Festival's move from Stuart to its new home in Historic Fort Pierce. Be sure to bring some doubloons along, so that you may add to your very own pirate art collection. Event hours are from 2-8 p.m. on Friday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. V eterans Memorial Park / Riverwalk Center is located at 600 N. Indian River Drive, Fort Pierce. T he 2014 Treasure Coast Pirate Fest is sponsored, in part, by Pirates of the Treasure Coast, Hometown News, 99.7 Jack FM Radio, 93.7 the Breeze, 94.7 Hot Country, 10 1.3 Coast FM, Tobacco Free Florida, Comfort Suites, Best W estern Plus, Storm Tight W indows, J.J. Taylor Distributing, Treasure Coast Parenting Magazine, Macaroni Kid Port Saint Lucie, POTTC Events, Pirate Radio of the Treasure Coast and Bottoms Up Beverage. Admission to the event is free, although a voluntary $2 (Buck-n-ear) admission is g reatly appreciated. A portion of the proceeds from the 2014 Treasure Coast Pirate Fest will benefit the Humane Society of St. Lucie County and the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Non-perishable food donations will benefit the Treasure Coast Food Bank. F or more information, visit www.TreasureCoastPirateF est.com or call POTTC Events at (561) 792-9260.Merle Haggard at the King CenterCountry music's greatest living recording artist, Merle Haggard, will perform at the King Center in Melbourne at 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 31. At age 73, the veteran singer/songwriter/guitarist/pr oducer/bandleader is still making some of the most compelling music of his long and storied career. Mr. Haggard has scored at least 39 No. 1 country hits, won various Grammy, American County Music and Country Music Association awards and is also in the Country Music Hall of Fame. Come see one of the most influential artists in country music as he makes his way onto the King Center stage Jan. 31. T ickets start at $33.50, inclusive of ticketing fees. F riday, January 24, 2014 B2 MelbourneHometown News NOW SERVING!ORIGINAL NEWENGLAND SEAFOOD PIETHURS. THRU SUN.95¢Draft Beer1600 S. 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D INNER SPECIALS 4-9 PM D INNER SPECIALS 4-9 PMVISITORCALLFORFURTHER INFORMATION: VISITORCALLFORFURTHER INFORMATION:These are National Tribute Bands that perform just like the originals ... note for note.T ickets On Sale at icketRiver.com or KennyD's box office.www .KENNYDSGRILL.COM 4 711 B ABCOCKSTREET € PALMBAY321-724-9462 EVERYSUNDAY:$2DRAFTS$1 .50PIZZA W atchThe NF L Playoffs on our 1 50ŽLarge Screen & 40 More TVs!M O N W E D T U E T H U HAPPYHOUR$1.50 Drafts € $2 Wells $3 Wines $1.50 PizzaMon-Sat11am-7pmBabyBacks with two choice sides 1 /2 rack $6.95 | Fullrack $10.95 JUMBOWINGS 50¢ Each 18 Ž Pizza $7.99 eat in or take out Homemade pasta with a fresh salad, FRE Ed r aft beer, wine or soft drink $6.9518 Ž Pizza $7.99 eat in or take out081122Michael Jackson January 24 AC/DCShoot to ThrillŽ€ January 25 Island Breezes € January 31 F rank Sinatra € February 1 Dean Martin February 8 Marilyn Monroe V alentines Day Feb. 14 NeilDiamond -February 15 Bon Jovi February 22 KI SSALIVEFebruary 28 Ti m McGraw March 1 L ed Zeppelin March 8 T he Livesays March 15 James Taylor/Carly Simon March 22Ladies Night 4pm-9pm Buy 1 Dinner, Get 1 FREE of same or lesser valued Whole Maine 1-1/4 lb Lobster with 2 sides Fresh Corn on the Cob & Homemade Cole Slaw $14.95 THEDATING GAME OPENJAMwithSWAMPFOX80S NIGHTSight & Sounds of the 80sLadies Drinks $1 Drafts 1 WellsT EXA S HO LD-EM TOUR NAMENTKARAOKES U NT ry KennyDs Famous Stone Oven Pizza Free Delivery! 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Focus on being lighthearted this week.CA PRI CO RN Dec. 22/Jan. 20Capricorn, your responsible nature helps those in your care to feel safe and secure. It is good to show others how much they mean to you, and you have been doing it correctly.AQ UARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18Some well-hidden information could come to the surface, and you will have the ability to put it to use, Aquarius. Just don't let the power go to your head.PIS CE S Feb. 19/March 20Pisces, you must deal with a potentially delicate matter in the days to come. Keep a cool head and remain confident.ScopesF rom page B1 OutF rom page B1DINING & ENTERTAINMENTSee OUT, B3

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T he Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts is at 3 865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. F or tickets or more information, visit www.kingcenter.com or call (321) 242-2219. F or more information about Merle Haggard, visit www.merlehaggard.com.Grammy Award-winning musician, Carlos NunezT he Henegar Center for the Arts has announced a scheduled performance by Grammy Winning SpanishCeltic musician, Carlos Nunez. T he performance will take place on Thursday, Feb. 6, at 8 p.m. T he Henegar Center is located in Historic Downtown Melbourne at 625 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne. Carlos Nunez is an international star with a unique style that has expanded the borders of Celtic music to Flamenco, Cuban, Mexican and Brazilian music. Mr. Nunez is a native of the Galicia region in Spain and is one of its most revered musicians. He is undisputed as the tradition's greatest piper. His music is extremely popular throughout the remainder of Spain, Europe and Latin America. T icket prices are $26, $32 and $38 and may be purchased at the Henegar Center Box Office Monday through F riday during regular box office hours from 1-5 p.m. Tickets may be purchased by phone, using Visa, Mastercard or Discover, by calling (321) 723-8698 or online at www.henegar.org.information,call (321) 3830053. Gr ills at the Port: The F abulous CTs will play at 8 p .m. Friday. Derek will play at 2 p.m., and Don't Quit Y our Day Job will play at 8 p .m. Saturday. Dos Brohams will play at 3 p.m. Sunday. J ay Croiser will play at 6 p .m. Wednesday. Johnny D anger will play at 5 p.m. Thursday. Grills at the Port is at 505 Glencheek Drive, Po rt C anaveral. F or more information,call (321) 8682226. Grills Seafood & Tiki Bar Riverside: P anama will play at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Johnny D anger Live will play at 2 p .m., and Luna Pearl will play at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. D elgado will play at 3 p.m. S unday. Chili will play at 6 p .m. Wednesday. Derek 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. Heidi's Jazz Club: S teve K irsner & Friends will play from 5-8 p.m., and the Ron T eixeira Trio will play from 8:30 p.m. to midnight Fr iday. Dan Wilborn and D ex Wilborn will play from 8 p .m. to midnight Saturday. The jam session will be from 7-11 p.m. Sunday. Steve K irsner & Friends will play from 5-7:45 p.m., and Ho ward Laravea & Pearl Joy will play from 8 p.m. to midnight Wednesday. Linda P eterson will play from 7-11 p .m. Thursday. Heidi's is at 7 N. Orlando Ave., Cocoa B each. F or more information,call (321) 783-4559. Kenny D's Grill & Bar: The Michael Jackson Tribute Sh ow will be from 9-11 p.m. Fr iday. The AC/DC Tribute Sh ow will be from 9-11 p.m. S aturday. A karaoke contest will be from 8 p.m. to midnight Tuesday. Ladies N ight, with "The Dating G ame," is 7-9 p.m. Wednesday. The Swamp Fox open jam night is from 8-11 p.m. Thursday. Kenny D's is at 4711 Babcock St., Palm Bay F or more information,call (321) 724-9462. Melbourne Elks: Ka r aoke and dancing with Lou P hillips is from 5-9 p.m. on M ondays and is open to non-members. The Melbourne Elks is at 211 S. N ieman Ave., Melbourne. S outh Nieman Avenue is w est of Babcock Street and east of Apollo Boulevard in M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 7681744. Open Mike's: J am Night is from 6-9 p.m. Monday. "T otally Open Tuesday" open jam with a full band is from 6-10 p.m. Tuesday. "W TF Wednesday" Comedy N ight (18 and older) is from 7:30-10 p.m. Wednesday. The Rockin' Blues Jam is from 6-10 p.m. Thursday. Fr iday is "Wine Me Up" jazz jam night from 7-10 p.m. M usic showcase and special events night is 8 p.m. to midnight Saturdays on selected dates. Open Mike's is inside 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 from 6-10 p .m. Friday. The Hit Men will play from 6-10 p.m. S aturday. Ana Kirby will play from 5-9 p.m. Sunday. A tlantic Bluegrass will play from 7-9 p.m. Wednesday. Ka r aoke with Ken Eddy will be 7-11 p.m. Thursday. O zzie's is at 4391 Dixie H ighway N.E., Palm Bay. For more information,call (321) 724-0009. Pineda Inn: T ed Villarreal will play at 7 p.m. Friday. K eith Koelling will play at 2:30 p.m. Sunday. The Pineda is at 6533 S. U.S. H ighway 1, Rockledge. For more information,call (321) 751-5311. Rusty's Seafood & Oyster Bar: J on Parrot will play from noon to 4 p.m. Friday. V illage Records Reggae will play from noon to 4 p.m., and Karl Hudson will play from 5-9 p.m. Saturday. R onnie Soloman will play from 5-9 p.m. Monday. Jon P arrot will play from 5-9 p .m. Tuesday. Jim Mitchell will play from 5-9 p.m. W ednesday. Shane H onkanon will play from 59 p.m. Thursday. Rusty's is at 628 Glen Cheek Drive, Port C anaveral. F or more information,call (321) 783-2033. Sebastian Beach Inn: Pr etty Kitty and the Raw Dogs will play at 2 p.m. S unday. 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: The DJ dance party with Chris is at 8 p.m., with Luna P earl playing at 9 p.m. Fr iday. The DJ Chris dance party is at 8 p.m., with M addhatters playing at 9:30 p .m. Saturday. Bike Night is from 6:30-10:30 p.m. M onday. Jam Night with S teve Cowden, Bart and JB is at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Siggy's is at 1153 Malabar Road N.E., No. 1, Palm Bay. For more information,call (321) 952-0104. Squid Lips Melbourne: I sland Breeze will play at 3 p .m., and Spanks Band will play at 7 p.m. Friday. Jerry Z ee and Company will play at 2 p.m., and Katty Shack will play at 7 p.m. Saturday. The Top Hats Trio will play at 10 a.m., and Johnny D anger will play at 2 p.m. S unday. Gary Chase will play at 6 p.m. Monday. Ka r alyn and the Dawn P atrol will play at 6 p.m. T uesday. Eric Webb will play at 6 p.m. Wednesday. The J ohn Q 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. E ditor's note: To have your music schedule listed in Club Scene,mail,fax or email it in monthly or 7-10 days in advance of our publication dates.Use the email address, brevnews@hometownnewsol.com, or send in a current web address where the information is listed. The fax number at Hometown News is (321) 2421281.The telephone number is (321) 242-1013. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 24, 2014 Melbourne B3 3369 Sarno Road, Melbourne, FL32934(321) 752-8805Open 7 Days€ 9:00am-2:00am Over 25,000 VideosLargest Selection of Love Toys, Lingerie & V ideos, Anywher e !! 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Expires 2-24-14New Years Special What is a Carpet Co-op?By Jim KatehakisAs a local Melbourne area b usiness for over 53 years and a member ofCarpet Co-op ofAmerica, we at K & Y Carpet One would like to explain how a co-op can be beneficial to b usiness owners and consumers alike. We have been open here in Melbourne since 1961 and have operated daily under continuous family operation since the beginning. K & Y Carpet One has been part ofthe largest cooperative of f looring retailers in North America for about 20 years. As a member ofthe co-op, we are able to benefit from the economies of scale when making purchases, advertising, merchandising and ev en training our employees. All w hile maintaining our autonomy as a local business. Because K & Y Carpet One benefits from membership in a cooperative, we are able to provide our customers the value theyre looking or without losing the personal touch ofa local b usiness. Our membership in the Carpet One Cooperative has helped us remain competitive with big-box stores and far exceed their service level, quality installation and overall experience. I have always been a handsonŽowner and enjoy helping you make the right selection in our showroom, as well as personally do the field measuring to ensure accuracy and make sure no detail is overlooked. It comes as no surprise that our service is significantly higher then the big-box stores; the pleasant surprise is that we can deliver the same value. Participating in or purchasing from a cooperative business helps our community by ke e ping more money locally, as w ell. We have many employees w ho have been with us for decades. We are long-time Brevard County residents and we r e-invest in our community, donate to numerous local causes and volunteer our time. In the coming weeks, I will be writing about various topics and issues that are relevant to f looring and installation in general. I would like to also address the issue ofindoor air quality, methods offlooring re placement to minimize allergens in the air as well as our zero landfill initiative, cushion and carpet recycling, as well as new yarn technology. By now, it is apparent that I am not a writer and I will try not to bore you and make your eyes glaze over. I will try to keep it light and informative. Meanwhile, ifyou are in the neighborhood of699 S. Apollo Blvd., please dont hesitate to stop in and say hello.ŽI am very proud ofour showroom and the people who work here. You will find a broad selection ofcarpet, w ood, laminate, porcelain tile, luxury vinyl, area rugs and window treatments. You wont be disappointed for a very unique customer experience awaits you. Have a great week! Jim Katehakis is the owner ofK& Y Carpet One in Melbourne.He can be reached at (321) 725-0021.His website iswww.KandYCarpetOneMelbourne.com. 065245 By Mike C. NorthrupWhether youre the family shutterbug or an avid nature photographer, we know that your images are important to you. And its understandable; photographs are our history! Th ey are visual records ofgreat memories like family vacations, birthdays, and weddings. They are reminders ofbeautiful destinations we have visited and w ondrous creatures we have encountered. But are you doing all you can to protect and preserve your memories? My computer is home to over 30,000 images. To protect against computer failure, I have two external hard drives that I copy my My PicturesŽfolder to at least once a month. The result is ifmy computer ever dies, Ive got a double-backup ofall my important memories. I take it a step further and keep these external hard drives unplugged w hen not in use. This helps me av oid damage to the drives from our areas frequent lightning strikes. Ifyoure computer savvy, y ou can backup these files yourself. T here are also a number of affordable backup software solutions out there that can automate the process for you. External hard drives are affordable and there are some great options from reputable brands like Western Digital and Seagate. Wh at a bout smartphone photos? The best camera is the one you have with you, and while I own a DSLR camera, my iPhone is always by my side. Ive taken several-hundred photos with my iPhone in the past year alone, and I would hate to lose any ofthese memories ifmy phone fails or is stolen. My first line ofdefense is to back up my phone no less than once a month. For iPhone users, this is a pretty straightforward process using iTunes Backup. For Android users, things are a little less straightforward, but this is by design. Android phones are all a bout customization and choices, so there are a plethora ofbackup choices available to you. My favorite Android backup solution is found at Lookout.com. Not only does Lookout automatically backup your photos, but your settings, contacts, call history and more will be safe and sound. Lookout is also available for iOS. T he key to any effective backup plan, however, is redundancy. Just as I advocate two external hard drives for the photos housed on y our computer, I recommend having two backups in place for y our smartphone photos too. Dropbox offers a great app that will automatically upload your smartphone pictures to your Dropbox.com account, giving y ou another safe backup and the a bility to access your photos from any computer. J oin me next week on THE EDGE, as we explore ways to preserve and protect your printed photos, negatives, and slides. Mike C.Northrup is the General Manager ofSouthern Photo:Melbournes #1 Camera Store Since 1963. Southern Photo can be reached at (321) 254-4224 or info@southernphotosupply.com .081561Preserving Your Photographic Memories(Part 1) A voiding Kitchen Nightmares (Part 1) By Mario StradiCooking started for me when I was 11 years old. I grew up in the restaurant business … my father was a chef, and our entire family cooked from scratch at home. Cooking was a passion we all shared. At my familys restaurant, Ritas, in Miami, my careerŽbegan in 1973 spinning pizzas and by a ge 15, it progressed into cooking dinners. I worked there f or 26 years, and it was quite the popular Italian hotspot. About 15 years into my career at Ritas ( named after my mother), I started branching out a bit on my free time, working a few hours in other hotels and country clubs to pick up different influences. My father would also invite some ofhis friends from different areas ofItaly to come and join the restaurant for briefperiods. New recipes w ould be learned, as my fathers r ecipes were mostly from Northern Italy Venice specifically. Id travel to Italy in the summers, places like Naples, R ome, and later Trieste, where my uncles Antonio and Gennero each had restaurants. Th ey d have me work in their places, about two months at a clip, so I learned the flavors of those areas. In 1998 we sold Ritas, and it was time to proceed to J ohnson and Wales University and earn a culinary degree. During this time, I gained employment at the renowned Fisher Island Club in South Beach, where many ofthe rich and famous live. Ive gotta drop a name or two here, because R obert DiNiro and Julia R oberts often came into the club. I was there for seven years, and it was fun and interesting, to say the least. P erhaps the highlight ofmy stint there was it was where I met my wife, Patricia! She was, in fact, the main reason I left Fisher Island, as she had a rewarding career opportunity at Air Liquide, in Houston. So, offwe w ent. I was able to get the Head Chefposition at the Lakeside Country Club just outside of Houston. It seems I moved around about every two years, from Lakeside to the Omni Hotel and then to Central Market, w hich is pretty similar to World Market we have here in Florida. Central Market actually was mostly market, but with a small high-end restaurant. Inside, we had a Chefs Case,Žwhich had 140 items in it. It really was catering on a large scale, a mass production offood, and I needed ev ery one ofthe 52 cooks wo r king for me. Loved it. Still, I wanted to be where my family is, F lorida, and began looking for my o wn restaurant. Youll learn more about the venture in the coming weeks.ChefMario Stradi is owner/ chef ofChefMarios Caf,located at 1437 Highland Ave.in Melbourne.It has just opened.The restaurant can be reached at (321) 241-4890 or chef-mario.com 081558 W elcome to069400A series of informative articles from some of Melbournes Entrepreneurs

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I watched how other owners did things and how they handled their businesses, and I always felt ifI was in their position, I could do most ofthese things better. So, I left the restaurant b usiness for a while and became a real estate broker, but in the back ofmy mind, the seed was planted. Each time I went out f or lunch, it would be for pizza. One day it hit me … I love pizza, know pizza, and ifI had my o wn place, I could knock it out ofthe park. So, I started looking, and it took me about f our years to find the right situation. I noticed this particular area around Wickham has a lot of people who grew up where I grew up, Long Island, who moved down with Northrop Grumman and other corporations. They liked the same kind offood I liked. It was time to pull the trigger on a store, and I did that in March 2013, buying The Genna Pizza Company from its previous owner. T he place was pretty much destroyed, so I had to do some r enovations, and my team and I did that. I put my plan in place. Im always the first guy in, baking my New York-style bread fresh, preparing my own pizza dough, and then whipping up my sauces. My friends sometimes ask me why I dont delegate these duties. Again, I say fugetaboudit. Its partly because I want to protect my grandmothers recipes. Moreover, I also like to ensure that my customers get a consistent product across the board each day. This is why my customers know that when they step into my place, its like eating at home. I get an incredible amount of re peat business, and I like to think my work ethic contributes to the quality ofthe product. T he old Genna Pizza, where fo lks used to eat for the last twoto-three years, that place is gone fo rev er. In the pizza business, there is the commercial pizza and the Mom and Pops. A lot of people dont realize that when they buy a commercial pizza, they dont really get great value. First off, you get the smallest large in the world! My small pie is the same size as a large at a commercial store. T here are other factors at play, too, and well discuss them down the road. Now, I have one question for the readers out there … Are you talkinta me? Charles Marchica is owner/operator ofGenna Pizza Company,4301 N.Wickham R oad.(321) 242-3003.Visit pizza4dinner.com 081562 Do You Like069401Send us your comments!BrevSales@ hometownnewsol.com Five Weeks to Renew YouBy Richard HendryThe first ofthe year is a time ofrenewal and r esolutions. It should come as no surprise that the No. 1 New Y ears Resolution is to lose w eight. While it is a good step toward better health a more effective way is what we like to call Renew You.ŽIn this series ofarticles, we are going to go through the five steps to renew y ou. It is important to understand that there are many factors that can aid or inhibit y our goal. Not just what you put in your body, but what you breathe in, use on your body, how you handle stress and sleep all play a part in your overall health and your ability to shed those pounds. Ifyou commit to these steps each week and follow through for a full two weeks on each normally, a person feels so m uch better that they keep right on doing it. In step one ofRenew You we start with what we put in the body. Wa ter, right below air, is the second-most important element to life. It cleans us, hydrates us and aids in thousands of processes in the body. Only the purest ofwaters will do, so no more tap water; use an RO or distilled water (no, it does not take out minerals … thats a m yth). Most ofthese kinds of waters are mineralized to aid in keeping thebod y alkaline.You should try to drink 4 oz. every half-hour all day. Remove alcohol, coffee, soda and teas from the diet. F ood can be very complex, b ut to keep it simple, eat within an hour ofwaking and make sure you get three meals a day. Concentrate on fresh protein and green vegetables (yes even for breakfast) and nothing from a box, bag, can or freezer. Fresh f oods will speed up your metabolism, improve energy levels, elimination and reduce b loating. Make sure the v egetables outweigh the protein 3 to 1. Keep processed foods to a minimum, and try not to use any microwave food. Supplements can also be very complex and everyone has a different take on what you should use. Sometimes less is r eally more, and in general taking a spray B-12 supplement will increase stamina and energy, help to reduce stress and even help you get a better nights sleep. Get an additional edge by using a food based multi-vitamin f or overall health and a liquid mineral supplement for recovery, re pair and renewal. Always r emember that supplements are just thata supplement to a good diet, not an antidote for a bad diet. Next week: The Air that We Breathe. Richard Hendry is general manager ofNatures Market on 701 S.Apollo Blvd.in Melbourne.He can be reached at (321) 254-8688 or naturesmarketmelbourne.com 081559 By Jeff CrawfordLike so many Americans, I have a list ofNew Years R esolutions. My list contains all ofthe normal appeals to my vices; stop cursing like a sailor, sneak in more veggies per meal and stop obsessively checking F acebook every 28 seconds. T hese all seem reasonable enough. None rely too heavily on anyone other than myself, nor should any be overly difficult to stick with. However, I'm rather confident every one ofthese r esolutions will without doubt, fail miserably. It's not because my intentions aren't good, they are. It's also not because these r esolutions won't make me a better person, they will. It is simply because I don't have fuel f or the fire. Without a clear understanding ofwhat is driving me internally, my resolutions are ill-formed and lack the proper motivation needed to keep me fighting in the trenches. T his is equally true for our fitness goals. It is easy to state our desire to improve health, body composition or start on a quest f or fitness. It's harder to define wh y these things are actually important to us. How much are we willing to sacrifice to achieve them and have we attached any r eal value to attaining them? How about ifinstead, we defined wh y becoming healthier really matters? These reasons will be different for each ofus. Some will be motivated by setting positive examples for their children, or being able to play catch with their son in the front ya r d, without becoming winded. F or others, it may be improving in a particular sport or even purely cosmetic. It doesn't matter wh at y our reason. It is just important that you have one, and it motivates you. T he truth is, any goal we setout to accomplish takes grit and an unwavering beliefthat we can actually achieve it. We need to be prepared to fight for it. Some mornings the gym may seem so far away, the weather too cold and the results just out ofreach. T hese are the moments that afford us the opportunity to grow; to not press snooze, to throw on our sweats and get one step closer to becoming that w hich we are capable of. In order to stay motivated and keep pushing, we need to have a little skin in the game. We need to know why we are pushing through the discomfort. We need fuel for the fire. Sometimes action precedes motivation. Sometimes, we just need to take the first step. Maverick Crossfit is the place to get you started on this journey by getting you healthier, more fit and all while having fun, as part ofa community. We will keep y ou motivated by introducing y ou to movements to master and skills to chase. Let us help spark y our fire. J effCrawford is a trainer at Maverick Crossfit,located at 630 Atlantis Road,Melbourne.He can be reached at (321) 345-9348 or at maverickcrossfit.com. Fuel for the Fire 065246 081551 January 29, 2014 4-7 pmHiring C.N.A.s, L.P.N.s, RNs, Admissions Intake Coordinator & NHAAssistant AdminstratorThe Indian River Center in West Melbourne, FL will be conducting face-to-face interviews on W ednesday, January 29 from 4-7 pm. If you are a warm and compassionate caregiver, with a passion for Elders, and have an active FL license, stop by and bring a copy of your resume!! Please apply now at www.opisjobs.com or call 866-385-5038 with any questions. We look forward to meeting you! Get your business on with theCall Dennis Black 321-652-9709

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Governor announces nearly $200,000 in minority scholarshipsF lorida Gov. Rick Scott and the Department of Business and Professional Regulation's D ivision of Certified Public A ccounting has announced it awarded nearly $200,000 in scholarships to minority students studying to become certified public accountants at colleges and universities throughout Florida. The Clay Ford scholarships we re awarded through the CPA Education Minority Assistance Program, which was created in 1999 to encourage minorities to enter the profession. The CPA Education Minority Assistance Program is funded by a portion from each individual and CPA firm license fee. A pplications are accepted each year on a rolling basis and will be applied to the appropriate school year. The deadline for applications for the 2014-15 school y ear is June 1, 2014. Mo re information about DBPR is available online at www.myfloridalicense.com.A stronaut invites quilters to contribute a star block'I nternational Space Station E xpedition 37 Flight Engineer Ka r en Nyberg of NASA, a lifelong lover of sewing, is inviting fellow crafters to join her in stitching together a global community space quilt. Ms. Nyberg, who was aboard the orbiting laboratory recently shared a starthemed quilt block she was able to complete during her limited free time in space. S he is now inviting quilters from the public to create their o wn star-themed quilt blocks to help celebrate her mission and passion for the quilting arts. S ewing and quilting include many of the principles and technical skills used in developing equipment for spaceflight missions. The deadline for submitting a block for the quilt is Aug. 1, 2014 Fo r more information about where to send your block,visit http://www.quilts.com Ms. Nyberg and The I nternational Quilt Festival will collaborate on having the squares stitched together for display at the 40th annual I nternational Quilt Festival in 2014 and at other public displays. The Houston festival is the largest annual quilt festival in the world, attracting more than 60,000 guests annually.P anther midfielder, forward honoredThe College Sports Information Directors of America r eleased its Academic AllD istrict teams recently for all NCAA Divisions. F lorida Tech sophomore J ohn Bocinsky was selected to the 2013-14 Men's Soccer AllA cademic team for NCAA Div. II District Five. F lorida Tech sophomore Ashley Vezina was selected to the 2013-14 Women's Soccer All-Academic team for NCAA Di v. II District Five. The selections are voted on by sports information directors in each district. Bo cinsky, a native of I ndialantic, has played and started all 14 games for the panthers this season. He has r ecorded one goal and one assist for a total of three points. In the classroom, Bocinsky is majoring in biomedical engineering and currently has a 4.0 GPA. Ve zina, a native of Oviedo, has played in 13 games this season making three starts. S he has recorded three goals and one assist. In the classroom, Vezina is majoring in molecular biology and has a 4.0 GPA. F or the Ashley Vezina bio page,visit http://www.floridatechsports.com/wsoccer/r oster/197/984/. F or the John Bocinsky bio page,visit http://www.floridatechsports.com/msoccer/r oster/196/991/. F or more information,call (321) 674-7484.Law firm recognized by national magazineThe 2013-14 "Best Law Fi rm s" r ankings have been r eleased by U.S.News Media and Best Lawyers, and the law firm of Nance, Cacciatore, H amilton, Barger, Nance & C acciatore has been recognized with a Tier 1 ranking in the Personal Injury LitigationP laintiff category. The national first-tier r ankings will be published in the B est Law Firms standalone publication, which is posted online at http://bestlawfirms.usnews.com. The rankings for 2014 are actually based on the highest number of client ballots ever r ecorded. More than 330,000 law firm assessments were provided by more than 12,000 attorneys. In addition, almost 7,000 clients provided close to 20,000 evaluations. F or more information about the Nance Cacciatore Law F irm,visit www.NanceLaw.com. Attorney general announces $28 million settlement F lorida Attorney General P am Bondi has reached a $28 million settlement with the state of Florida's custodian bank, the Bank of New York M ellon, resolving allegations that the bank overcharged the F lorida Retirement System Tr ust Fund by millions of dollars in its handling of foreign currency transactions. The resolution provides full compensation for the state's past foreign currency trades and ensures complete transparency on the pricing of future trades. F lorida has billions of dollars in international investments that require foreign currency transactions. The settlement also resolves allegations involving investments made by the Bank of N ew York Mellon on behalf of the Florida Retirement S ystem Trust Fund in medium-term notes issued by S igma Finance, Inc. Sigma defaulted on certain notes in late September 2008 and subsequently went into r eceivership. The case began as a qui tam, or whistleblower, complaint that alleged the bank improperly reported the S tate's foreign currency transactions and kept the difference between that inflated price and the actual execution price. In 2011, the Attorney General's Office intervened in the case and filed an amended complaint. F ollow this link to view a copy of the settlement: http://myfloridalegal.com/w ebfiles.nsf/WF/MMFD9CZRXF/$file/BNYMELL ON.pdf.Settlement with Johnson & Johnson, Janssen PharmaceuticalsF lorida Attorney General P am Bondi has announced that Florida, 39 other states, the District of Columbia and the federal government r eached a global settlement with New Jersey pharmaceutical manufacturer, Johnson & J ohnson and its subsidiary, J anssen Pharmaceuticals, In c ., to resolve civil and criminal allegations of unlawful marketing practices to promote the sales of their atypical antipsychotic drugs, Risperdal and Invega. U nder the terms of the civil settlement, the companies will pay more than $1.2 billion to the states and the federal government. Florida will r eceive more than $18.6 million of this settlement. The settlement resolves four qui tam, or whistleblower, lawsuits filed in the United S tates District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, under the provisions of the federal False Claims Act and similar state False Claims statutes. In addition, Janssen P harmaceuticals, Inc., will plead guilty in federal court to a criminal misdemeanor charge of misbranding Risperdal in violation of the F ood, Drug, and Cosmetic A ct. As part of the criminal plea, Janssen has agreed to pay $400 million in criminal fines and forfeitures. J&J and Janssen allegedly promoted, marketed, and introduced Risperdal and In vega into interstate commerce for uses that were not approved by the Food and Dr ug Administration and for uses that were not medically indicated. As part of the global r esolution, the companies will enter into a Corporate I ntegrity Agreement with the U nited States Department of H ealth and Human Services, Office of the Inspector General, which will closely monitor the company's future marketing practices.Hospitals honored for medical record systemsAll four Health First hospitals were recently nationally r ecognized for their use of electronic medical record systems and advanced clinical technology to provide better care. HIMSS Analytics has honored Health First Cape C anaveral Hospital, Health F irst Holmes Regional M edical Center, Health First P alm Bay Hospital and Health Fi rst Viera Hospital with Stage 6 recognition on the EMR A doption Model. Only 11 percent of United S tates hospitals have achieved this designation. F ounded in 1995, Health F irst is a fully integrated health system. The not-forprofit employs more than 7,500 people and has four hospitals (including Holmes R egional Medical Center, P alm Bay Hospital, Cape C anaveral Hospital and Viera H ospital). V isit www.Health-First.org for more information.Purple Balloon open houseChris Stagman, CEO of the Br evard Alzheimer's Foundation and Richard Rossell, program director of the P urple Balloon Alzheimer's A wareness Center, recently hosted an open house to unveil the new Purple Balloon Alzheimer's Awareness C enter, located at One Senior P lace, in Viera. The Purple Balloon Alzheimer's Awareness C enter, a program of the Br evard Alzheimer's Foundation, was created to provide information related to optimal brain health. The goal is intervention and education to increase knowledge of Alzheimer 's disease and related forms of dementia. The center will provide monthly events, programs, guest speakers and discussion groups, with an aim of bringing greater awareness to the public at large about the Alzheimer's epidemic and strategies that may be utilized to keep the brain in optimal health. A pproximately 100 guests enjoyed a array of gourmet foods provided by Autumn H ouse, Glenbrooke, Hibiscus C ourt and Sonata, all of which are assisted living facilities that specialize in the care of Alzheimer's and dementia patients. Each facility received an award, thanking them for the service to the residents of their respective facilities. In addition, two local long time supporters of the Br evard Alzheimer's Foundation, Ruth McCartney and Louise Jones, were honored and also received awards. Fo r more information with r egard to programs and events of the Purple Balloon A lzheimer's Awareness Center, call (321) 253-6362 or stop by O ne Senior Place at 8085 S pyglass Hill Road,Viera.Medical foundation announces scholarship recipientJ ess Parrish Medical F oundation has awarded the 2013 Karla Foster, RN, M emorial Scholarship of $3,000 to Emily Vondenhuevel, Parrish Medical Center unit secretary/certified nursing assistant II. The scholarship was established by Doug Foster in loving memory of his wife, K arla, who was tragically killed on Sept. 11, 2006, by a hit and run driver. Karla had been a nurse at PMC for more than 22 years. Ms. Vondenhuevel is currently enrolled in an associate's degree nursing program at Eastern Florida F riday, January 24, 2014 B6 MelbourneHometown News 781208 781362 087225Answers located in Classified Section Community NotesSee NOTES, B7

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Dakota Virginia BeetsD akota Virginia Beets, 82, of Wood River, Ill., died Thursday, Jan. 2, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Deborah Wilmoth CatesD eborah Wilmoth Cates, 59, of Melbourne, died W ednesday, Jan. 8, 2014. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, Melbourne.Bette Jean PeayB ette Jean Peay, 84, of West M elbourne, died Thursday, J an. 9, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Judith Ann MinningJ udith Ann Minning, 75, of M elbourne, died Friday, Jan. 10, 1014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.L ouise Stafford JenkinsLouise Stafford Jenkins, 95, of Melbourne, died Fr iday, Jan. 10, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Richard G. MebusRichard G. Mebus, 83, of M elbourne, died Saturday, J an. 11, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Jane Marie WarrenJ ane Marie Warren, 83, of M elbourne, died Saturday, J an. 11, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Elizabeth T. GustafsonElizabeth T. Gustafson, 91, of Winter Garden, died S aturday, Jan. 11, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Bruce D. RumansBr uce D. Rumans, 71, of O cala, died Sunday, Jan. 12, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Salvatore Joseph Sal' AponeS alvatore Joseph "Sal" A pone, 84, of Melbourne, died Sunday, Jan. 12, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.L ettie D. RobinsonLetti D. Robinson, 100, of M elbourne, died Monday, J an. 13, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Dora KaskaviqiDora Kaskaviqi, 90, of P alm Bay, died Monday, Jan. 13, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Donald Alexander W ojciechowskiDonald Alexander Wojciechowski, 55, of Palm Bay, died Monday, Jan. 13, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 24, 2014 Melbourne B7 781334ADVERTISING SALES Send a resume to Opportunity@HometownNewsOL.com. Please include a cover letter telling us why we absolutely must hire you.EOE, we drug testWe offer a weekly guarantee and gas allowances, plus commission. Experienced representatives earn $50,000+. Benefits include health, dental, and a 401K plan. If you enjoy working with businesses and helping them succeed, this is the position for you. In addition to servicing existing accounts, you will also be calling on area businesses to generate new customers for our papers.Looking for Experienced ADVERTISING CONSULTANTSThe most honored Community Newspaper in America for the past 10 years. P ublishing 15 community newspapers from Ma r tin County through Volusia County Obituaries S tate College. Fo r more information, contact Jess Parrish Medical F oundation at (321) 269-4066 or visit www.parrishmedfoundation.com.Governor honors inductees into hall of fameF lorida Gov. Rick Scott and F lorida first lady Ann Scott honored six Floridians during a recent induction ceremony at the Capitol for the new F lorida Veterans' Hall of F ame. Gov. Scott and first lady Scott awarded Hall of Fame M edals and Certificates to the following inductees: John R. D. Cleland, Major General (retired), U.S. Army (Melbourne) The late Florida Rep., F lorida State Senator and U.S. Re p. S am M. Gibbons, former U.S. Army Major (Tampa) r epresented by his son, Clifford S am Gibbons John L. Haynes, Major (retired), U.S. Marine Corps (Monticello) Robert F. Milligan, Lieutenant General (retired), U.S. Ma r ine Corps (Tallahassee) Jeanne Grushinski Rubin, C aptain (retired), U.S. Navy (Sunrise) Robert J. Silah, Captain (retired), U.S. Navy (Tampa) The Florida Veterans' Hall of F ame recognizes and honors those military veterans who, through their works and lives during or after military service, have made a significant contribution to the state of F lorida through civic, business, public service or other pursuits. It is not a traditional military hall of fame, as it focuses on post-military contributions to the state of Florida. I nductees are recommended annually by the Florida V eterans' Hall of Fame Council, based upon public submissions and approved by the governor and cabinet. In selecting its nominees for submission, the council gives preference to veterans who we re either born in Florida or adopted Florida as their home state. As part of the ceremony, the F lorida Veterans' Hall of Fame W all was unveiled on the Plaza Level of the Capitol Building. The Capitol Building is also home to the Florida Medal of H onor Wall, paying tribute to F lorida's 25 Medal of Honor r ecipients. 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Seniors health fair: This free-to-attend event will feature local and national products, services, and v aluable information for Ba by B oomers and seniors. This 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. Free blood pressure B1ENTERTAINMENTB1 INDEXSWEETHEART BALLCalendarA1 ClassifiedB7 Crossword B6 Horoscopes B1 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Club Scene B1 V iewpoint A6Community CalendarSee CALENDAR, A2City Council selects new memberMELBOURNE During a special meeting Thursday, Jan. 16, the Melbourne City Council selected a new councilmember for its v acant District 3 seat. Yv onne Minus will serve as councilwoman for District 3, which will fill the v acancy of the seat left by the death of Harry Goode, who died at age 75 on Saturday, Dec. 28. Mr. Goode served as mayor of Melbourne between 1979-86 and 200412. Between his two stints as mayor, Mr. Goode served in the Florida House of Representatives from 1986-2000, and served on the Melbourne council, beginning last year. Ms. Minus will serve in this role until the 2014 November elections. Ms. Minus has been a M elbourne resident for 33 y ears in District 3, and, in her application for the position, she wrote that she hopes to represent the entire city with fairness. I strongly believe in repr esenting all citizens of M elbourne, not just a certain area or group, and that my decisions are just and fair to the best of my ability, she said. It is my desire to continue to serve the citizens in the city of Melbourne. Ms Minus is a graduate of Marsh Draughon College in Atlanta, Ga., as well MELBOURNE The late, great John F. Kennedy once said, We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard; because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills; because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone and one we intend to win. While it has been more than 50 years since the start of the Space Program here in Brevard County, its history is deeply engrained within the community. On Saturday, Jan. 25, the S pace Coast Symphony Orchestra, in cooperation with NASA and Jet Propulsion Laboratories, will host The Planets An HD Odyssey at 7 p.m. at the Scott Center for the Per forming Arts at Holy Tr inity Episcopal Academy. Adv anced tickets are $20, while tickets at the door are $25. Children and students 18 and younger are free. G ustav Holsts worldr enowned composition is paired with stunning, high-definition film from NASAs latest exploration of the solar system, which is sure to be a treat for concert-goers young and old. The Planets is one of those iconic works that has been on our wish list for quite some time, said Aaron Collins, artistic director. It is an immensely popular work that any audience member can immediately connect with. When Mr. Collins saw T he Planets performed by the Houston Symphony Orchestra, he fell in love with the combination of media. What better place to present this program than the Space Coast, he said. S o many lives in Central F lorida have been affected by our Space Program. So, we put out a call to our community to send us personal photos that highlight the program. Mr. Collins said the photos the SCSO received have been organized and set to Saturdays concerts opening work Festive Overture by Dmitri S hostakovich, which he said will be a very moving experience for all. F ollowing Festive Overture, the audience will be in for a real treat, as SCSO Pr incipal Cellist Paul F leury will give the world premiere of his work, C ello Fantasy. P aul Fleury is one of the S outheasts most indemand cellists, Mr. C ollins said. He is at home in both commercial A new year,a new you Photo by Paul LepinskieDena Jordan of Melbourne steps on the scale at the Natures Market Im Losing It 2 014 Contest weigh-in, Saturday Jan. 18, while Kyle Hendry of Natures Market assists her. The weigh-in took place after a Zumba warm-up and a two-mile walk down Apollo Boulevard. Photo courtesy of the city of Melbourne. The city of Melbourne and Keep Brevard Beautiful are asking for help from the community in collecting 14-gallon recycle bins for schools in need on Saturday, Jan. 25.MELBOURNE The city of Melbourne is asking the public to donate any unneeded 14-gallon r ecycling bins, so that they may be used for five local schools. F ollowing the Waste M anagement switch to 64-gallon rolling carts for curbside recycling, local schools found it difficult to find the former 14-gallon bins, officials said. To meet the needs of the schools, the city of M elbourne is teaming with Keep Brevard Beautiful to collect unwanted r ecycling bins, clean them and bring them to Florida Tech online programs listed in nations top 50 MELBOURNE A curr iculum at Florida Institute of Technology was listed as one of the best in the nation earlier this month. F lorida Techs bachelors degree online education programs were recognized in the U.S. News & World R eport Best Online Education Program Rankings 2014. F lorida Tech is proud that U.S. News recognizes our dedication to online learning, said Brian Ehrlich, assistant vice president and director of online learning at Florida T ech. I believe this shows that, at the national level, the convenience of online learning can be paired with our commitment to academic excellence. The universitys bachelors degree online programs ranked in the top 50 of the 283 programs r anked in the new listings. Mr. Ehrlich said the university has participated in the ranking system since its inception three years ago. Each year, U.S. News r efines its approach to the industry as a whole, he said. This allows Florida T ech to continue to demonstrate the value of its programs. Mr. Ehrlich said that the university is committed to constantly improving, soSchools in need of recycling bins, ask for public support Yvonne Minus to serve in District 3 seat until electionsBy Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See COU NCIL, A2By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com See ODYSSEY, A10By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See RANKING, A4By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See RECYCL E, A3

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MELBOURNE Brevard C ounty is taking one step forward in helping those with heart and vascular problems with the opening of its first valve clinic. H ealth First Holmes R egional Medical Center announced the newest addition to its Heart and V ascular Services in the form of the Valve Clinic, which is the first of its kind in the county. The clinic allows a variety of medical experts to individualize treatment options for each patient, ensuring that all receive the r ight care at the right place at the right time. The clinic is a great r esource to our community, said Dr. Mathew C ampbell, Health First cardiothoracic surgeon. An estimated 1.5 million people in the United States suffer from aortic stenosis. Once a patient becomes symptomatic, the two-year mortality rate is about 50 percent. The most common symptoms of aortic stenosis, a disease of the heart v alves in which the opening of the aortic valve is narrowed, are chest pain, shortness of breath, dizziness and fatigue. Dr Campbell said that the new clinic will provide patients, who were previously deemed too high risk or inoperable, with a treatment option. O nly a few years ago, treatments for heart valve disease were limited and left many patients without treatment options, he said. Thanks to advancements in technology, we are now able to help these patients and provide them with the best treatment options possible. Se vere symptomatic AS is a life-threatening condition, and, if not treated, severe aortic stenosis can lead to death due to cardiac arrest, heart failure, stroke or end-stage organ failure. In addition, there is no medical management for AS. Tr eatment options at the V alve Clinic include: traditional aortic valve r eplacement; minimally invasive aortic valve r eplacement; referral for trans-catheter aortic valve r eplacement; and palliative medical management/balloon aortic valuplasty. F or more information, contact the Health First H olmes Regional Medical C enter Valve Clinic at (321) 434-8258. F riday, January 24, 2014 A2 MelbourneHometown News Promote Your Business for Valentines Day! Promote Your Business for Valentines Day!Advertise your special gifts, fun activities, special menu or romantic weekend getaway in Hometown News special Valentines sections on January 31stand February 7th! Call (321)2421013 for details! 50%OFF50%OFF 781161www.HometownNewsOL.comGift CertificatesA uto Service,Dining,Fun,Golf,Hotels, Salons,Relaxation &More!A Whale of a Car Wash Alamo Mexican Kitchen Beef OBradys Cocoa Bonefish Willys Central Florida Laser Cerratos Italian Deli Coachs Grill Complex Cafe Days Inn Debbies Diner Delladotti Pizzeria Econolodge First PhotoStudio Ginas Cafe &Deli Good Natured River Tours Heartrest Health JCs Bar-B-Que Land &Sea Thai Fusion Lemongrass Spa Livewire GuitarsMarlenes Mobile MassageOzzies Crabhouse Slackers Grill Steagles Pennsylvania Pub TJs Breakfast &LunchFeaturing Good Natured River Tours 080133 Creative Arts Foundation of Brevard, Inc.presents Music competition & performances. 12 local finalists, ages 13-18. First Prize $100 Second Prize $500 Third Prize $250Brevards Got Music TalentElizabeth Hargis 2013 First Prize winnerSunday,Feb.9th4 pmHenegar Center, MelbourneT ickets $22 at Henegar.orgwww.CAFOB.orgCAFOBis a non-profit 501c(3) organization,. Contributions are tax deductible. CAFOB, P.O. Box 410324, Melbourne, FL32941 For more information call 321.254.3398Hospital s valve clinic first of its kind in Brevard CountyBy Chris Fishcfish@hometo wnne wsol.com Corrections Academy now accepting applications MELBOURNE Those inter ested in a car eer in corr ections ar e encour aged to apply for this y ear s corr ection academy at Easter n F lor ida S tate C ollege The P ublic S afety I nstitute at Easter n F lor ida S tate Co llege is curr ently r ecr uiting students for its 2014 C orr ections A cademy The deadline to apply for the full-time academy is M onday F eb 3. The pr ogr am, which will accept 2530 r ecr uits begins on M onday M ar ch 3, and is scheduled to r un for appr o ximately 13 w eeks A car eer in corr ections offers many challenges and r ewar ds said T onia Gr aham, public safety coor dinator at the P ublic S afety I nstitute Ther e ar e numer ous pr omotional oppor tunities and specializ ed assignments av ailable Ms Gr aham said that students wishing to apply must be at least 19 y ears of age complete the C r imial J ustice B asic A bilities T est for C orr ections and have their fingerpr inting completed with B r ev ar d P olice T esting. T he C orr ections A cademy tr aining is both physically and mentally demanding she said. (I t) is a disciplined, par amilitar y pr ogr am, designed to pr epar e the student to wor k in the field of corr ections pr o viding car e custody and super vision for incar cer ated individuals C orr ections officers ar e r esponsible for o v erseeing individuals that have been arr ested and ar e awaiting tr ial or who have been convicted of a cr ime and sentenced to ser ve time in a jail, a r efor mator y or a pr ison, Ms Gr aham said. Officers maintain secur ity and inmate accountability to pr event disturbances assault and escapes They maintain or der within the institution and enfor ce r ules and r egulations S uccessful completion of the academy allo ws the student to sit for the F lor ida D epar tment of Law Enfor cement S tate Officer Ce r tification E xamination, which must be completed upon gr aduation. Ms Gr aham said that candidates ar e encour aged to apply as early as possible and wor k to meet all academy selection r equir ements F or mor e information, visit www .easter nflor ida.edu.By Chris Fishcfish@hometo wnne wsol.com Photo courtesy of the city of Melbourne On Thursday, Jan. 16, the Melbourne City Council elected Yvonne Minus, center, as its newest member, representing District 3. Ms. Minus will fill the seat until the November elections, when she will be eligible for reelection.as Eastern Florida State College in Melbourne. In her application, Ms. M inus said that she has provided thousands of hours of service to the city of Melbourne in the last decade, in both official and unofficial capacities. I t is certainly my passion to serve the community and help make a difference for all citizens, she said. From my years of service to the city and my ongoing work, I am very familiar with a variety of the issues and challenges we face. I know that my skills, my commitment, my understanding of the community and my open and hones approach give me the tools needed to serve in this position. To qualify for the Melbourne City Council, applicants needed to have r esided in the city for at least one year, be a resident of the district for at least six months and be a registered voter of Melbourne. The selection of Ms. M inus marks only the third time a vacated seat has been filled on the council since 1990. A total of five applicants we re considered for the position, which required a total vote of four members from the council to be elected to the vacant seat. These applicants included: Hazel Buggs, Joyce M iller, Fred Coladonato, Cleave S. Frink and Ms. M inus. In her application, Ms. M inus outlined her view of the future for the city. The city of Melbourne is a growing and thriving community, she said. I want to continue this trend and make sure that it is inclusive for all parts of our community. We have a vibrant economic base, including the airport and many other industries. Continued economic development, both commercial and residential, will create stable, well-paying jobs for our citizens. I n addition, it is my vision that we all work together each and every day to make sure that we have a harmonious, safe, familyoriented environment for all re sidents, she said. Former C ouncilman Harry Goode certainly set an example that passion and hard work can pay off. I want to continue that same legacy.CouncilF rom page A1 screenings and flu shots will be available to seniors. A ttendees are admitted free of charge and will have a chance to win fabulous door prizes and giveaways. The event will be from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 24 at the Crowne Plaza Melbourne Oceanfront, 2605 H ighway A1A, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 773-1454. Revised schedule for navigatorhelping residents with Marketplace: R esidents are encouraged to visit www.healthcare.gov to enroll and select insurance in the H ealth Insurance Marketplace; but for those who need in-person assistance, the federally-funded navigator has set the following revised schedule in Br evard County: Mondays, noon to 6 p.m. at Eau Gallie Library, 1521 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne. Tuesdays, noon to 6 p.m. at Central Brevard Library, 308 Forrest Ave., Cocoa. Wednesdays, noon to 6CalendarF rom page A1 See CALENDAR, A9

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Locally Owned & Operated for Over 35 YearsLAZBOYOFBREVARD.COM Pictures are for illustration purposes only Open Mikes draws in local talentMELBOURNE The vibe inside is Open Mikes is chill during the daytime and as hot as the organic coffee at night. Local talent is flocking to the place, entertaining patrons with music from jazz to blues and stand-up comedy acts. Local comedian Duncan J ay recognized a shortage of humor on the Space Coast and set out to organize the W ednesday night-politically incorrect event, politely named Way Too Funny W ednesdays. Local comedians sign up on Mr. Jays Facebook page and are invited to showcase their stand-up acts for local crowds. It started as an experiment, and turned into a standing-room-only event, Mr. Jay said. The first night we had 12 people in here, including the comics. Now, if we get 30 people in here its a slow night, he added. O pen Mikes has something going on almost every night of the week. Thursdays event is a blues jam, hosted by guitarist Aaron Rhodes. T otally Open Tuesdays is an open jam, where local musicians and vocalists stop in to entertain. M ike DellaCioppa, owner of Florida Discount Music, added the coffee shop/lounge as a way to boost the shopping experience for the patrons who visit Florida Discount Music for music lessons, but soon enough, local talent saw it as an opportunity to create something new and different for the progressive crowd in Melbourne. I t started out as a sort of a waiting lounge a place where parents or people waiting for lessons could enjoy a beer or a cup of coffee. We figured it might boost the shopping experience, but the reception has been way better than I expected and we just kept progressively adding events, he said. The progression commenced with local guitarist Al Broder, who hosts a jazz jam on Friday nights. Then Fr ank Harrison Mapstone brought some musicians together for a Monday night funk jam, nicknamed Funk Y ou Monday. W e like to be a little edgy, Mr. DellaCioppa said. N o one likes Mondays, but we just have a great amount of fun. O pen Mikes is located behind Florida Discount M usic, at the corner of B abcock Street and U.S. 1 and offers organic coffee with creative musical names such as P urple Haze and Good Day S unshine. The venue also sells beer and wine. Photo courtesy of Open MikesMike DellaCioppa shows off the new sign on stage at Open Mikes in Melbourne.Coffee,beer and comedy add to the mixBy Deb AlbertoF or Hometown News the schools. B y involving the public, our schools wont have to worry about expenses incurred from buying the bins, cleaning them or distributing them, said Jennifer Thompson, city of Melbourne environmental programs coordinator. The city and KBB will take care of all of these aspects. Also, the public might have converted to the 64-gallon recycling carts and dont know what to do with their 14-gallon bins. On Saturday, Jan. 25, residents can support this effort by dropping off unwanted r ecycling bins at Sandpiper S portswear located at 751 Enterprise Court, Suite J, in M elbourne from 10 a.m. to 2 p .m. The group hopes to collect 95 bins for the local schools. Ms. Thompson said that the schools in need of the r ecycling bins are Imagine School at West Melbourne, H oly Trinity Episcopal A cademy, Florida Air Academy and Melbourne Central C atholic. Ms. Thompson said that teachers prefer the 14-gallon recycling bins because of their distinctive look, which reinforces the message to children that recyclable items go in a different bin than the trash cans. O ur schools are asking for help, but, so far, no one has answered the call in the south area of Brevard, Ms. Thompson said. Students want to recycle, but do not have the tools. It is important to help facilitate these motivated students and teachers. We want our youth to understand the importance of recycling, no matter where they are. Ms. Thompson said that if the group exceeds its goal of 95 bins, it will distribute to other schools in need in the south portion of Brevard, such Ascension Catholic School, Creel Elementary School, DeLaura Middle School, Sunrise Elementary School and Quest Elementary School. Donated bins do not have to be clean. City of Melbourne and Keep Brevard B eautiful staff will clean the bins and deliver them to the schools or will have a school r epresentative collect them at the events conclusion. D onations will be accepted on Saturday,Jan.25,from 10 a.m.to 2 p.m.at Sandpiper Sportswear,located at 751 Enterprise Court,Suite J, in Melbourne.RecycleF rom page A1

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Mrs. Reynolds, a certified educator, said her motivation to provide her three kids with a challenging and diversified education became a challenge, as they got older and needed more specialized training in the areas that interested them. That involved running from place to place to find a biologist for one kid and a dance class for another, Mrs. Reynolds said. Mr. Reynolds, a retired engineer, combined his expertise in 3-D printing and advances in technology to what is now a state-ofthe-art teaching facility with white boards, projectors and live-stream capability. E ducators can rent a space for $15 per hour, but are charged with advertising and promoting their own events. Ms. Reynolds has streamlined that process with a w eb-based calendar and a form that educators can utilize to notify the press, but in a county where I nternet cafs still exist, it seems the potential clientele may not be hearing the message as loud and clear as the educators. Classes offered at the center cater to people of all ages and all walks of life, and have included free informational seminars, like a recent self-defense course hosted by the Brevard C ounty Sheriffs Office, as w ell as pioneer survival classes for children, African S tudies, dance and other informational seminars. The center continues to add classes and is looking toward expansion with full catering available from the onsite caf. The Knowledge Exchange is located at 5151 Babcock S t., Palm Bay. F or more information,call (321) 473-8998 or visit www.theknowledgeexchange.com. Tim and Susan Reynolds opened The Knowledge Exchange to share their passion for lifelong education with Brevard residents.Photo courtesy of The Knowledge Exchange Center attracts more teachers than studentsBy Deb AlbertoF or Hometown Newsthat it may continue to be included in such rankings for national exposure. W e plan to continue to grow our online programs and to participate in the national rankings each y ear, he said. This allows us to continue to reach the national and international student population that believes in a Florida Tech education, but may not be able to attend on the Melbourne campus. In a press release, Florida T ech President and CEO Anthony J. Catanese said that he, too, was pleased with the universitys inclusion in the ranking. W e are very proud to be so highly ranked and will continue to keep quality foremost, as we serve the needs of those who need non-resident educational options, he said. F or more information or a complete listing of the r anked universities,visit www.usnews.com/education/online-education.RankingF rom page A1

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Tracy Fortier, 44, of 2192 C anterbury Lane, Melbourne, was charged Jan. 12 with simple assault on an officer/firefighter/EMT and felony violation of a county ordinance. Timothy Mark Rohloff, 48, of 705 Fee Ave. E., M elbourne, was charged J an. 12 with aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon, kidnapping-false imprisonment of an adult and felony battery. Arthur Lewis Hobbs, 60, of 1775 Steele St., Melbourne, was charged Jan. 13 with destroying/tampering with/fabricating evidence, possession of cocaine, r esisting arrest with violence, possession of drug paraphernalia and resisting arrest without violence. James w. Sparks, 47, of 2210 Little John Road, M elbourne, was charged J an. 13 with petit larceny, trespassing with failure to leave and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription.P alm Bay P olice Department William David Sellers, 46, of 2808 Burton Place, M elbourne, was charged J an. 16 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and possession of drug paraphernalia.W est Melbourne P olice Department Patrick Henry Brooks, 25, of 4455 New Haven Ave. W ., West Melbourne, was charged Jan. 10 with possession of cocaine, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, driving while license suspended, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana and felony on-site violation of probation. Neil Richard Robbins, 65, of 1584 Highland Ave., M elbourne, was charged J an. 11 with dealing in stolen property. David Michael Putnam, 41, of 28 Nina Jean Drive, We st Melbourne, was charged Jan. 13 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied structure and criminal mischief-property damage.Brevard County Sheriffs Office Brandon Joseph Faulkner, 32, of 1700 Blanche Ave., M elbourne, was charged De c. 10 with attempting to solicit/conspire. Kayla Anna Hemby, 25, of 3725 New Haven Ave., M elbourne, was charged J an. 10 with violation of probation, smuggling contraband into a prison and possession of drug paraphernalia. Christopher Carter Ll oy d, 26, of 1733 Mission B ay Circle, Melbourne, was charged Jan. 10 with aggravated battery causing bodily harm. Ryan James Simmons, 25, of 7667 Wickham Road N., Melbourne, was charged J an. 11 with unarmed r obbery, fraud-illegal use of credit cards, passing a forged/altered instrument, attempting to solicit/conspire, petit larceny, criminal mischief-property damage, felony battery and two counts of resisting arrest without violence. 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A6 Melbourne THIS WEEKS LUCKY THIS WEEKS LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLE Is this your license plate number? Go to the nearest HTNOffice to verify by noon Tuesday.GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY! STOPBY ANY OFFICEOR CALL!!! THEREWAS NOWINNERFOR LASTWEEK. THISWEEKS PRIZE ISWORTH$200! I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 081533WIN$200 WIN$200This W eeks Prize This W eeks Prize Tr ain horns all the timeIf I am remembering correctly, a number of years ago people who lived along the railroad tracks that run through Melbourne were upset by the trains blowing their horns throughout the nighttime, especially the early morning hours. I remember that this was addressed, and I thought FEC finally agreed not to use the horns between certain times, midnight to six in the morning, as I recall (but not certain). What ever happened to such rulings? We hear the horns blow for each crossing no matter what time it is. C an this be addressed one more time?Theft while in custodyI had a theft of my personal property when I was arrested on false charges. I was stopped and had two of my medicines in the same bottle. This is a felony charge if you do not carry those little pieces of paper the pharmacist gives you. So I was arrested. My vehicle (was) towed ($210), and $40 of the $60 I had on me the intake officers at the Sharpes jail stole from my wallet right in front of me and laughed at me. My wife paid a $430 bail, and I was put in a release cell. The deputy in charge was vicious. He said if we opened the manila envelopes we were given before we left the jail we would be detained for an additional 24 hours. I opened mine and there was a $20 check in it, representing my $60. The woman in the next cell had her five diamond rings missing, and she was asking the officer to try to find them, because one was her grandmothers. This woman was picked up by a Mercedes and appeared to have some w ealth. She was kept an additional 20 minutes, and the deputy in charge was screaming at her for opening her envelope and made her cry. This was six years ago. (It is) refreshing to see the corruption did not stop with a new sheriff just the same old, same old. Ev er call them for help with a criminal and get threatened by the deputies instead of helped? This also occurs r egularly where the BCSO patrols. Str eet signs with green backgrounds and white letters and white border are where the BCSO patrol. Other color street signs have real police. Av oid living on streets with signs that have green backgrounds and white letters with white borders. Your freedom and peace of mind depend on it.Response to Putting a Face on Affordable Care Act In a recent letter to H ometown News the author tries to gain sympathy and support for the Affordable Care Act by tugging at our heartstrings with fabricated stories about S usan, Bob, Pedro and Arthur when they get sick. While no one wants to see people unable to get needed medical care, the disastrous Affordable Care Act fix for this sad situation creates more misery, not less. Lets put some new hypothetical faces on this nightmare. D ick, Harry, Mary and Jane have had their healthcare policies cancelled, despite having been assured by the president they could keep their policies and their doctors. I magine Janes shock when, after two months of frustration on the non-working government website, she finds it will cost her 85 percent more for similarly existing coverage. Youll really spoil her day when you tell her the increase is to help pay for someone elses birth control pills and unhealthful living style. Or perhaps, consider Harrys and Marys healthcare going up 70 percent unless they divorce, because of a quirk in the law that penalizes married couples. Hows that for family values? And, lets not forget about poor 85-year-old Dick; who, though he is on Medicare, the Affordable Care Act established Independent Panel Advisory Board has ruled 85 is too old for a pacemaker. Y ou see, the act needs billions of dollars from Medicare to fund it, and part of that comes from Medicare.Desperate need of repeal As will soon be seen, if not obvious already, the Affordable Care Act is in desperate need of repeal. It was passed by a Democratic Congress and president in the dark of the night (Christmas Eve 2009), without one R epublican vote. Now it needs to be scrapped and r eplaced by legislation that really serves the needs of the American people.Obey the speed limitI travel one day a week on Dairy Road, where the speed limit goes from 45 mph to 40 mph. While I am driving according to the speed limit, many other drivers are speeding past me. Where are the police? Nowhere! I dont get these drivers who feel the need to speed. Y ou are not going to get where you are going any sooner or later. You get there when you get there. So why speed? Please obey the limit of the law. You just might save a life!There are no American carsThis is for the people who think there is an all-American-made car. There hasnt been an all-American-made car built here since 1978. General Motors started farming out the work overseas way back then, when I worked there. The companies started going global back farther than that. Now you have American-made Toyotas and others. There is no such thing as just an American-made car, unless you do everything here, yourself.Why is it called football?Why do they call it football? Its played on a field marked in yards. Yardball? Whats the object of the game? To advance or stop movement of the ball. The ball. First time I tried out for high school football, defense, the coach said. Stop the guy with the ball. So i stood there and let him run into me. Coach starts y elling, I told you to stop the guy with the ball. I did, I said. N o, hit him. I got to hit him to stop him? I t s the rule. S tupid rule. I use to enjoy watching guys out think and out play their opponents, but now its easier to hurt the other guy so he cant play at his best. Not interested in watching it. VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, JAN. 24, 2014 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM Honoring Arbor DayStudents from Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School Dylan Rosario, 6, of Melbourne, Andrew Kapas, 6, of Palm Bay and Kathy Thiele, 7, of Sebastian, took part in the City of Melbournes Arbor Day Event Friday, Jan. 17. The three were bundled up to keep warm on a cold morning. The event took place at Melbourne Military Memorial Park, adjacent to the childrens school. Several classes added to the celebration with song, poetry and history. Arbor Day is normally celebrated in April; this date was chosen to take advantage of the growing season.Photo by Paul Lepinskie 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. O pen the eyes of my heart, Lord. Open the eyes of my heart. I want to see you, I want to see y ou Lyrics by Michael W. Smith Ha ve you ever been asked this question?: Are you the type of person who says G ood morning God! or are y ou someone who says, G ood God its morning? W ell, I have a confession to make. I am the latter. You know the type; we wake up grumbling with eyes squinched shut, flailing around to turn off light switches, as we make our way over to the coffeepot to hover and wait for just one sip. Thats right; I am that person, and have always been that person, much to my familys chagrin. It s not like I havent tried to find ways to just wake up like a piece of toast; to be one of those people who get out of bed grinning and whistling, but so far I have failed. It s not because of sleep deprivation, at least not always. And its not because I woke on the wrong side of the bed either, at least not usually. I think its because of the deep mystery of the dreams I have: vivid and colorful, wild and believable. Ev erything about real life seems unbearable when y ou spend your nights in a personal wonderland of unimaginable adventure! If you were to meet me after 10 a.m., you wouldnt believe my confession. By 10 a.m., I am just as smiley and chipper as those of you who wake up happy as a lark. It s before 10 a.m. that I need help. I desperately need help. Ev erything before 10 a.m. seems too loud to me, too bright, and just downright too happy if Im honest. I know Im not the only one who wakes up like a bear, so am I the only one out there, who feels a great w eight of guilt hanging over me because of it? Ive been this way all my life, but the confused stares of my daughter and silent criticism of my housemates just make me feel so guilty. I have scoured the scriptures for references to sleep. The most popular being from Proverbs 6:9, but I also found another to meditate upon from the book of L uke, where Jesus tells his disciples the parable of the sower. After finishing the story J esus asks, Are you listening to this? Really listening? To which his disciples r eply, Why did you tell this story? And Jesus says, Youve been given insight into Gods kingdomyou know how it works. There are others who need stories. B ut even with stories some of them arent going to get it: Their eyes are open but dont see a thing, Their ears are open but dont hear a thing. -Luke 8 Why do I tell this story? Why do I feel so guilty about a personality trait I have had my whole thats not quite a sin? It s because this trait of mine scatters seeds on unfertile soil. Because I know that there are people in the world, who would give anything to wake up just one more day; there are those who have loved ones incapacitated by illness or tragedy and are just waiting for the day they see those eyes open again. And here I am awake, but not seeing; hearing, but not listening. And so I pray. I pray for wisdom to enjoy the sunrise; pray for those who wake up in lack or in sickness; pray for those families beset by catastrophe through no fault of their own. I pray with gratitude to God for another day to set things right and to find joy in another day. I pray for the eyes of my heart to be open because Im trying to do better, to be a better Christian. So starting today, I will say Good Morning God! And I will even try to say it before 10 a.m. A my Lewis lives with her husband and daughter in P alm Bay and is a long time member of Riviera United Church of ChristGood morning, God! RELIGIONAMY LEWIS Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 50 59 Tu rnpike Feeder Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 Copyright 2014, 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 Amanda Tucker . . .Major/Natl. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 24, 2014 Melbourne A7 085912T eaching respect, kindness and empathy2014 2015Elementary2014 201510thJ unior / Senior Campus 7th 10th Grade F or Hometown News081532The Dinner Partyby Judy Chicago is an art installation dedicated to recognizing womens contributions in history. Chicago dedicated five years to the conceptualization and completion ofthe piece. Nancy Gavrish, Holy Trinity Episcopal Academys Lower School art teacher, has dedicated the last 18 years to exposing students to influential artists and their disciplines. Gavrishs latest project incorporated The Dinner Partyinto the sixth grade curriculum. Chicagos concept is a triangular table, that includes 39 place settings for women in history who have not been properly recognized. Each place setting uses art fo rm s, such as china painting, ceramics and needlework. On the interior space ofthe triangle, there are 999 other w omens names written. The dinner table is broken into three time-frames, covering the history ofcreation through the 20th century. Students decided which area ofhistory they would be most interested in and chose a name on which to base their artwork. Students used the iPads in the art room to collect information on the historical figure they chose. T he colors, designs and materials they discovered helped to create their illuminated manuscript, clay sculpture and weaving. Gavrish said, The techniques and mediums I am using have generated a new level ofexcitement, both visually and in the sophistication oftheir finished products. The studentsresearch and collaboration connected their findings to previous classroom studies, technology, art history and appreciation. While using art forms as a creat iv e expression, they also created and found that art can be a powerful tool for teaching and reaching an audience in unique ways.Look whos coming to dinner! charged Jan. 13 with r esisting arrest without violence, disorderly intoxication in a public place and threatening to bomb. Stephen Leroy Walton, 32, of 2911 Emory St., M elbourne, was charged J an. 13 with possession of cocaine, felony failure to appear and felony violation of probation. Jamel Decarious Dunn, 17, of 2032 Nottingham R oad, Melbourne, was charged Jan. 14 with organized dealing in stolen property, two counts of dealing in stolen property, three counts of petit larceny and five counts of unarmed burglary of an unoccupied conveyance. Jessica Heffernan, 24, of 501 Edgewood Drive, West M elbourne, was charged J an. 15 as an out-of-state fugitive. Linval Nathaniel Penny, 33, of 3011 Monroe St., M elbourne, was charged J an. 15 with smuggling contraband into a detention center, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, driving while license suspended, contempt of court, destroying/tampering with/fabricating evidence, possession of drug paraphernalia and two counts of possession of cocaine. Norman Adrian St. Pierre, 43, of 4505 New Hav en Ave. W., West Melbourne, was charged Jan. 15 with felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence and felony battery. Vinny M. Tumminia, 19, of 751 Lake Drive, Melbourne, was charged Jan. 15 with felony misuse of 911.P oliceF rom page A5 A 4-year-old Golden Retriever, Sandy is the sweet pup of Bob Mercurio of Palm Bay. A clear lap dog, some of Sandys favorite things to do are cuddle, tirelessly c atch her Frisbee and chase squirrels out of her backyard. 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)

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p .m. at Melbourne Library, 540 Fee Ave., Melbourne. Thursdays, 11a.m. to 4 p .m. at Titusville Library, 2121 S. Hopkins Ave., T itusville. Fridays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at West Melbourne Library, 2755 Wingate Blvd., West M elbourne. H ours were shifted for some sites, and Fridays location was changed. A ppointments are recommended, and residents may be connected with the navigator by dialing 2-1-1. (Press in the automated answering menu.) R esidents have until March 31 to sign up for coverage. Enr ollment also may be done by phone at (800) 3182596. Fashion show and luncheon tickets: The Cocoa B each Womans Club F oundation will present B ling into Spring Fashion Sh ow and Luncheon, featuring Janet Carr, with A ccessories and More from Sar asota on Saturday, Feb. 1. The event will be at the C ocoa Beach Country Club, 5000 Tom Warner Blvd, C ocoa Beach. L unch will be catered by A Chefs Touch. Doors will be open for shopping at 10 a.m., and the fashion show begins at 11 a.m., with lunch and shopping at noon. A dmission includes a BREVARD Those looking to make good on their New Years Resolution of exploring their creativity will be able to follow through, thanks to one local artist. B eginning on Thursday, J an. 30, Ed Chope will host sculpting and mold-making classes at the Art Gallery of V iera. The six-week program will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. and costs $120. A dditional costs may apply for tools and materials. Mr. Chope, a Rockledge r esident, is a multi-media artist, who is best known for his various sculpting works. I became interested in sculpture in my early teens, when one of my instructors shared information about his jewelry-designing business, Mr. Chope said. I realized that I had the ability to make threedimensional objects from things I could see. While working in a threedimensional medium can be challenging for beginners, Mr. Chope, who is a master sculptor, will guide his students, teaching them proper techniques. Mr. Chopes six-week program is also for advanced artists, as well. The biggest challenge for new students is how to get started with the piece, he said. Each student will select the subject for a relief that is as simple or as complicated as their skills will allow. After the students complete the sculpture, Mr. Chope will teach them how to make a mold of the relief, so it may be reproduced. A r elief is the easiest type of sculpture to mold and a good place to start, rather than doing a 360-degree piece, Mr. Chope said. The master sculptor and mold-maker said that most artists pay others, like himself, to make molds for their originals. This course is unique because, along with the sculpture portion, I teach them how to make molds, he said. This class will provide them with the skills to do this for themselves. W ith more than 35 years of experience, Mr. Chope is excited to pass on his knowledge to others, who have a passion for art. I am looking forward to this class because of the excitement of developing the talent of others and giving artists the skills to r eproduce their own pieces to provide affordable art to the public, he said. Ed Chope will host sculpture and mold-making classes at the Art Gallery of V iera on Thursday, Jan. 30. The program runs for six we eks, with classes held from 1 to 3 p.m. The cost is $120, but additional costs may apply for tools and materials. F or more information or to reserve your spot in the class,call Ed Chope at (321) 205-6281 or call Art Gallery of Viera at (321) 504-4343. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 24, 2014 Melbourne A9 065249 Children Welcome Veneers Whitening Root Canals Crowns TMJDisorder One-Visit Restorations Dental Emergencies Seen Promptly Cosmetic Dentistry Dentures Implant RestorationsMon-Tue-Thu 7:30-5:30 Wed 12:30-7:30John T. 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DEBIT Friendly Family Dentistry New Patient IntroductionNew Patient Prophy (1110) and Exam (0150) with Oral Cancer ScreeningExpires 1/31/14$75Got ADental Problem?Bring your prior file/xrays for a FREE 2nd opinion. 081402 PALMBAYKAYAKS1 500 Main St NE P alm Bay, FL 32905Please arrive 15 minutes prior to tours!www .palmbaykayaks.comCall Today (321) 215-170724 Hour Advanced Reservations RequiredGuided Eco Tours of Historic TurkeyCreek081402 3-4 Hour Guided Morning Tours 8:30am-12:30pmAdult $50+tax Child (5-12) $35+tax2 Hour Guided Afternoon Tours 1:30pm-3:30 pmAdult $35+tax Child (5-12) $20+tax (2 person minimum) Gratuity not included T andem Kayaks ALSOavailable (limited supply)GROUPRATESAVAILABLE CALLFORDETAILS T OURSDEPARTING7 DAYSAWEEK Gift Certificates Available F eaturing Ascend Kayaks from Bass Pro Shops of PalmBay 080383 087227Inspired by his father resident catches waves for a causeBRE V ARD C ocoa B each r esident E ddie Gelles said his dad, the late Ar t Gelles was not only his father and his fr iend, but he was also his inspir ation. B ut just befor e his dad succumbed to S tage 4 liver and lung cancer in 2010, he called E ddie close to him and asked for a favor I assumed he was going to tell me to take good car e of my mom, E ddie Gelles said. B ut what he wanted was for me to continue his tr adition of feeding the homeless on Chr istmas and Thanksgiving. Mr Gelles said he feels closest to his dad when he s sur fing, a spor t he lear ned just five y ears ago S o on N o v 21, his 50th bir thday he began a campaign to take his father s effor ts of assisting the homeless at The D aily B r ead in M elbour ne one step fur ther with a campaign he named S ur fing 365 for the H omeless Ev er y day r ain or shine and even at temper atur es as lo w as 40 degr ees Mr Gelles takes to the waves off the S pace C oast, to r eflect and r aise funds to help the less for tunate I w ent out in a do wnpour on my bir thday and I have seen some of the worst, choppiest waves but I have a gr eat time ever y time he said. Ther e s r eal beauty in chaos and I always feel pr otected. I t s a chance for deep intr ospection, and I ve exper ienced some soultouching moments out ther e Ev er y cent he r aises thr ough his F acebook campaign goes to feed and clothe the hungr y at The D aily B r ead. H e said he lear ned fr om his father ho w to str etch a dollar I nstead of handing o v er the money he would go to W almar t and speak to the manager to see if he could get a discount, then walk out with loads of socks under w ear T shir ts y ou name it, Mr Gelles said. T oday he applies this same method of giving. M y father didn t teach me things H e sho w ed me things and one of the most important things I lear ned is this: The one thing that y ou can never get back is time I want to use my time her e to be the best person I can be he said. Mr Gelles updates his F acebook page S ur fing 365 for the H omeless daily and has r aised mor e than $2,000 so far Donations can be mailed to: E ddie G elles 431 S. B r eva rd Av e ., N o 8. C ocoa B each, F la., 32931, or via P aypal to epgelles@att.net. T ax-deductible r eceipts ar e av ailable b y r equest. Inspired by his dad, Eddie Gelles rides waves of generosity to help the homeless.By Deb AlbertoF or Hometown News Artist to teach sculpting, mold-making class Master sculptor and mold maker Ed Chope will host sculpting and mold making classes at the Art Gallery of Viera, beginning on Thursday, Jan. 30.Photo courtesy of Ed Chope By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com CalendarF rom page A2 See CALENDAR, A10

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projects and in a concert setting. W ith more than 30 album credits to his name, Mr. F leury has performed with R od Stewart, Led Zepplin, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles and lent his talents to Br oadway productions, as w ell. P aul expressed interest in writing a short work for cello and orchestra, Mr. Collins said. I encouraged him to do so, and we will be presenting the world premiere of his work. F ollowing Cello Fantasy, the SCSO will perform The P lanets. O n a giant screen over the stage, youll see the latest stunning images from the Mars Rovers and past probe missions of Magellan, Vo yager and Galileo, Mr. C ollins said. The footage has been carefully selected to harmonize with the music. The incredible footage has been combined with Holsts The Planets, which is one of the most well-known pieces in all of classical music. I t s the melodic, precise and structured, combined with the mystic and unexplainable, Mr. Collins said. The creativity used to write such a unique, one-of-akind piece is immeasurable. It s a grown-up Fantasia that will drop some jaws. Thrilled to present The P lanets An HD Odyssey to its patrons, the SCSO is looking forward to the program meant to highlight the S pace Coast community. I t s absolute, pure excitement, Mr. Collins said. B oth young and old will r eally connect with this incredible experience. The Space Coast Symphony Orchestra, in cooperation with NASA and Jet Pr opulsion Laboratories, will host The Planets An HD Odyssey on Saturday, J an. 25 at 7 p.m. at the Scott C enter for the Performing Arts at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy. Adv anced tickets, $20, are available at www.SpaceC oastSymphony.org or at several convenient ticket outlets, including Ace Hardware stores in Indialantic, C ocoa Beach and Satellite B each, Blue Sky Insurance in Cocoa Village, Tropical R ealty of Suntree, Art E xpressions in downtown Eau Gallie, A Floral Affair on M erritt Island and Palm Bay H earing Aid Center. T ickets at the door are $25. Children and students 18 and younger are free. The Scott Center for the Per forming Arts is located at 5625 Holy Trinity Dr., Melbourne. F or more information,call toll-free to (855) 252-7276. F riday, January 24, 2014 A10 MelbourneHometown News 080480 3016 West New Haven Ave. West Melbourne 725-6855 Liver and onions with bacon and 2 sides$8.49with purchase of 2 beverages 080477 273 N. Babcock St. Melbourne 751-2990NEWCHEFDRIVENMENU!Order anything from our menu and well step on it!WEDELIVER7:30 am-3pm 080478 MELBOURNEMONEYSAVERS How many ofyou have more than one cat on the prowl in y our house? 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New Haven Ave.321-768-2345www.ByrdsWesternStore.com Serving you since 1971Saturday,February15 7:30 pmF ebruary21-23Fri day &Saturday 7:30 pm Sunday 2:00 pmW elcome Silver Spurs Rodeo Fans Local gallery expands, as Brevard artist discovers his lifes workBRE V ARD The Off C enter Ar t C enter in the Eau G allie Ar ts D istr ict opened last J anuar y when R uth Anne H einly r ecogniz ed her son, K yle H einley s passion for the ar ts K yle 26, who has C er ebr al P alsy and E pilepsy had begun taking ar t classes at a local studio and found a mentor in local ar tist J eff F ilipski. A y ear later the galler y is expanding to include a wine bar and a 24-hour access studio for member ar tists D ue to K yle s disability he cannot be ar ound fluor escent lights limiting his job options J eff would tur n the lights out for him dur ing the class and that wor ked out. H e found his life s wor k, said Ms H einley a M elbour ne r esident. Now, K yle gives back b y hosting fr ee ar t classes for childr en with disabilities at the galler y on S atur day mor nings The 5,000-squar e-foot expansion includes space for 30 new ar tists and with that, the H einleys plan to intr oduce oppor tunities for mor e classes and ar tist events The expansion will also r eceive a new name honor ing the family s Scottish r oots as w ell as the name of the r oad they intersect. Hi ghlander s G aller ies will be an offshoot of the Off C enter Ar t C enter The wine bar offers a co zy place wher e ar tists and non-ar tists ar e w elcome to stop in and just hang out, Ms H einley said. F utur e plans ar e to include a family fun night and other events intended to shar e their lo ve of ar t with S pace C oast r esidents W ith the suppor t of his mom; his mentor J eff F ilipski; and the space to pr actice K yle has tur ned his passion into a job He sold five pieces r ecently while par ticipating in S elect F air one of the many events that accompany Ar t B ase in M iami, which dr aws ar t lo vers fr om ar ound the world. The gr and opening is scheduled for 6 p .m. at the galler y on F r iday F eb 7, to coincide with the Eau G allie Ar t D istr ict s F irst F r iday Ar t Wa lk. Off C enter Ar t C enter is located at 559 W Eau G allie Bl v d., Eau G allie F or mor e information, call (321) 610-7116 or email www .ocacoffcenter ar tcenter .com. Photo courtesy of Kyle HeinleyInspired by the work of his mentor and others, Kyle Heinley, works on revisions to an earlier piece.By Deb AlbertoF or Hometown News Informative cemetery tours highlight upcoming Pioneer Day on Merritt IslandBREVARD Merritt Island is gearing up for its third annual Pioneer Day to be held Feb.8, and has more events planned than ever before. The all-day celebration marks the 170th birthday of J ohn Sams, known as the founder of Merritt Island, and a prominent community figure of his time. A highlight of this years event includes a cemetery tour for history buffs, interested in learning the stories behind the names on the headstones at St. Lukes Chapel and Cemetery. W e compiled 20 biographies of some of the early settlers, who are buried in the cemetery and the stories r eally shed light on the history of Merritt Island, said Joyce Young, the cochairman of the St. Lukes committee organizing Pioneer Day. O ther events include a Civil W ar reenactment; a talk by R osemary McGill, a Brevard r esident, who participated in the Freedom Rides at age 17; and a painting demonstration by R.L. Lewis, one of the original Highwaymen, while his son will give a talk about the Highwaymen. Local archeologists and a Tuskegee instructor will also be at the event and ready to answer questions. Ev ents for evening include a Fish Fry and a folk, blues and bluegrass concert. T ickets are $10 and must be purchased in advance. F or more information about the event,visit the Fa cebook page www.facebook.com/pioneerdaymerr ittisland.All-day event offers something for everyoneBy Deb AlbertoF or Hometown News Photo Courtesy of Buzz Biz Public RelationsThe Space Coast Symphony Orchestra will present The Planets An HD Odyssey, pairing the music of Gustav Holst with HD footage courtesy of NASA and Jet Propulsion Laboratories.OdysseyF rom page A1 special door-prize drawing. There will also be a 50/50 drawing, a silent auction and the raffle of a $10,000 custom necklace, designed by Don Traver of My Private Jew eler of Baytree. T ickets are $30 each. Ca ll Cindy at (321) 7992353 or Eileen T.at (321) 6261566 for ticket reservations by J an.24,the last day they will be on sale. Pr oceeds will benefit local scholarship efforts and other charitable endeavors. Reality TV National Top M odel casting call: The Angel Platinum Hair Casting C all for the 2014 National T op Model will debut at the E bon Center TV Studio, located at 8850 Grissom Par kway, Titusville, from 3-9 p .m. Friday, Jan. 24. W ith a very entertaining TV Sh ow the search is on, not only for the most beautiful and graceful model, but also the model with the most creative and unique sense of hair styling. P otential model candidates are to register by emailing at B eautiMedia@gmail.com. Par ticipants are to bring portfolios with their images and resumes to be considered for the Angel Platinum H air National Top Model C ompetition TV Reality Show. C andidates from various states will enter the competition for the show that will be produced at the Titusville S tudio during scheduled intervals. The reality show will be aired throughout the year, with the last episode crowning the 2014 winning Angel Platinum Hair Top M odel. This reality TV show will be the first of its kind to combine uniquely beautiful hair styling with a national model competition. Crane Community C enter classes offered: The community center is located at 1440 Mosswood Drive, M elbourne. The classes are: Kids Klub Friday, Jan. 24 and 31, 4:30-8:30 p.m. Video Game Domination Fr iday, Jan. 24, 8:45-11:15 p .m. Glass Painting Monday, J an. 27, 10 a.m. to noon F or more information,call the city of Melbourne,Crane Community Center at (321) 255-4609. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 24, 2014 Melbourne A11 080474 781363 Runaway Country in search of next Runaway RockstarThe fourth annual Runaway Country Music Festival Mar ch 21-23 will feature K eith Urban, Toby Keith, The B and Perry, Joe Nichols, Charlie Daniels Band, R odney Atkins, Chris Cagle, G loriana, JT Hodges, Colt For d, LoCash Cowboys and more. B ut, new this year, fans will have the opportunity to determine which act will kick off the festival. The opening slot, the curtain-raiser, the first music to spread more than 400 acres of Melbournes W ickham Park will belong to the winner of this years R unaway Rockstar online search, explained executive producer Gary McCann. This is a big deal for singers and musicians. The fans pick who will get the weekend started. For many young artists, the Main Stage is a pretty daunting place to be. The search began last week when the first two artists w ent head-to-head based on their YouTube videos, while fans voted for their favorites. The artist with the most votes moved onto the next r ound. M usicians wanting their shot to play the Main Stage are encouraged to submit their video entries by the end of the day Thursday, Jan. 30. These musicians will then be scheduled into the online competition via Runaway C ountrys Facebook page. I nformation for artists, who wish to play the Main S tage, and for fans, who want to vote, can be found at www.facebook.com/runawaycountry. R unaway Country Music F estival takes place every spring in Melbournes 400acre Wickham Park. This y ears dates are March 21-23. In addition to big-name entertainment, the festival offers unique shopping, with approximately 100 vendors from across the country, dining choices from some of F loridas finest restaurants, eight bars and two night clubs. C amping is available on the festival site. Hotels for every budget are within a short fiveto 15-minute drive. W ickham Park is located 12 miles south of Cocoa Beach off 1-95 exits 180, 183 and 188. F or line-up schedule, single-day and weekend packages,camping,hotel r eservations and more information,visit www.runawaycountry.com or call (321) 549-4204.F ans to determine who will kick off this years festival male and female meerkats at Brevard Zoo: It is an exciting year for Brevard Zoo, as it celebrates its 20th birthday. In honor of this major milestone, the zoo is opening a new exhibit, featuring meerkats on March 15. These precious, precocious and entertaining mammals r epresent a thoroughly different kind of resident than what is currently housed at the zoo. M eerkats are highly social animals, distinguished by their communal nature and extended family living arrangements, living in multigenerational groups, with an alpha male and female. Their energetic, amusing and charismatic behaviors will be visible for all to see. As the meerkats new home is being constructed in the E xpedition Africa section of the zoo, individuals are invited to join in the celebration and welcome this new family. The zoo is asking you to help name the alpha male and female meerkats. V isit the Brevard Zoo F acebook fan page and suggest names in the comment box under the photo album of the alpha male and female through J an. 26. This list will be sent to PNC Bank, which is the title sponsor for the meerkat exhibit. PNC staff members will choose their top five names for the male and female. I ndividuals are encouraged to visit any of the 15 PNC B ank branches in Brevard C ounty and cast a ballot for the names they like best. V oting in the branches will begin Feb. 3 and conclude on March 1. On March 7, the winning names will be announced, just in time for the opening of the new exhibit on March 15. V isit Facebook today and share your ideas.SAT URDAY, JAN. 25 Autism Hits Home: at 7:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 25 at the Palm Bay Regional Park softball complex. The cost for the softball tournament is $125 per city team, $100 per Florida Tech T eam and free agents are $10 per person and they find a team for you. All proceeds go to Angels Br idging Gaps. There is a free T-Ball clinic for all special needs children and their siblings at noon. No equipment necessary. F or more information, email James Helmberger at Jrollin23@yahoo.com. Charity golf tournament: Affordable Furniture S olutions will present an annual charity golf tournament to support Cancer Care C enters of Brevard at 8 a.m. Sa turday, Jan. 25 at The M ajors Golf Club, 3375 B ayside Lakes Blvd., Palm Bay. C ost is $65 per person and includes greens fees, cart, r ange practice balls. Also included will be one shot at $25,000 hole in one contest, entry into a $5,000 putting contest, lunch, raffle prizes, giveaways, longest drives contest and closest to the pin contest. F or more information,call (321) 723-9298,email leonardjenkins@321furniture.com or visit www.321fruniture.com. Birds of a Feather Hike T ogether: Local ornithologist and Florida Tech assistant professor Christin Pr uett will lead an explor ation, looking for birds of prey through sprawling live oaks at 8 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 25 at the Barrier Island C enter, 8385 S. Highway A1A, Melbourne Beach. F or more information,call (321) 723-3556 or visit www.barrierislandcenter.co m. To enroll,visit www.spacecoastbirdingandwildlifefestiv al.org. Taste of Pettys Suntree: C ancer Care Centers of Br evard Foundation, Inc., will present a wine tasting, Sa turday, Jan. 25 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Pettys S untree, 6115 N. Wickham R oad, Melbourne. There will be food, raffle items and music by Tony C astro. C ost is $10 for a tasting glass. Pr oceeds benefit Cancer Ca re C enters Foundation and support local cancer patients and their families. F or more information,call (321) 426-5145 or email mfiol@cccfoundationinc.org Change Your Mind Day at White Sands Buddhist C enter: White Sands Buddhist Center will be the site of Change Your Mind Day on Saturday, Jan. 25 with several speakers from area B uddhist organizations assembling to talk about meditation and the dharma (Buddhist teachings). This is the ninth annual C entral Florida Change Your M ind Day, which is organized by Volusia Buddhist F ellowship, a DeLand-based B uddhist organization. The event rotates between D eLand and other area B uddhist facilities. This will be the first time Change Your M ind Day is held at WSBC. The event, which is free and open to the public, will bring together leaders from area Buddhist organizations to speak about meditation and Buddhist practice. The presentations will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will include teachings and meditation instruction from several Buddhist traditions. Among those expected to speak this year are Ven. Khai Thien, abbot of White Sands B uddhist Center (Vietnamese/Zen); The Rev. M orris Sekiyo Sullivan, sensei Volusia Buddhist F ellowship (nonsectarian); M ichael Kane of the Natural M editation Community (Insight Meditation); Than Chaokhun Phra Vijitrdhammapani (Thai/Theravada); Todd Fletcher, Lake H elen Tibetan Sangha, Ven. Dr upon Thinley Nyingpo Rinpoche, Drong Ngur J angchubling Buddhist C enter in Wesley Chapel, and others to be announced pending confirmation. See www.volusiabuddhist.org for updates and complete schedule. F or more information, contact Volusia Buddhist F ellowship at (386) 738-3715, visit the website at www.volusiabuddhist.org or email volusiabuddhist@gmail.com F or more information on White Sands Buddhist Ce nter,visit online at www.cattrang.org. P.E.O.Founders Day L uncheon: at noon on Sa turday, Jan. 25. Br evard County P.E.O. chapters will have their annual Founders Day L uncheon at the Eau Gallie Y acht Club, 100 Datura Drive in Indian Harbour Beach. The social is 11 a.m. and lunch is at noon. The cost is $22, with a choice of menu. All members and all out-oftown members are welcome. F or questions or reservations,contact Claire (321) 729-0707. F ashion show and luncheon reservations: at noon Saturday, Jan. 25 at the K of C Hall, 6725 Babcock St., M alabar. The Lily Pad will feature casual-wear to fashionable evening attire for that just r ight 2014 look and feel. M any sizes are available for purchase after the show. L uncheon is being catered by Emilios Panini Grill of M elbourne. There will be door prizes, a treasure chest of cash, and more surprises to be awarded to guests. R eservations are being accepted until Thursday,Jan. 23 at $12 per ticket for the fashion show and luncheon by calling Marietta at (321) 727-2382. CruisinInto Spring fashion show: The Ladies Au xiliary of Knights of C olumbus Council No. 7408 will present a spring fashion show at noon, Saturday, Jan. 25 at the K of C Hall, 6725 B abcock St., Malabar. The Lily Pad will feature casual wear to fashionable evening attire. L unch is being catered by Emillios Panini Grill of M ebourne. C ost for the luncheon and fashion show is $12. F or tickets and more information,call (321) 7272383.CalendarF rom page A10F or Hometown NewsnewsML@hometownnewsol.com

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Patrick Publix PlazaNext to Pet Supermarket FREEGLASSOFWINE ORBEER!(up to $5.95) with$30 minimum order 1 coupon per visit expires 2/7/14 Cannot be combined with any other offer HAPPYHOUR MON-THURS 4-6 PMHappy Hour Menu Available Br evard CountyEntertainmentDining &SECTION B WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM FRIDAY, JAN. 24, 2014Out & about BREVARD Get into the loving mood with your sweetie next weekend, as S wingtime presents its annual Sweethearts Ball on Friday, Jan. 31 from 7 to 10 p.m. T ickets for the ball, which will take place at the Melbourne Auditorium, are $5 in advance and $7 at the door. T ables can also be r eserved in advance for six or more people. There is no charge for reserving a table. S wingtime has been hosting the Sweethearts B all for many years and always draws a large crowd, said Art Martin, conductor. The Sweethearts Ball set list is filled with a variety of classic favorites, sure to please the audience. S ome of the songs performed will be In the M ood, Bandstand B oogie, My Funny V alentine, Mack the Knife, waltzes, ballads and Latin tunes, Mr. Martin said. There is always a var iety of music to please everyone. Those who would like to brush up on their dance skills prior to the Sweethearts Ball can do so from 6 to 7 p.m., as Laura Beers will offer dance lessons for $5. Mr. Martin said that S wingtime really enjoys playing for the dancers, as w ell as those who just come to listen. I t s great to be playing and see all the dancers on the floor, he added. Su re to be a good time for all, Swingtimes Sw eethearts Ball offers Br evard County residents an opportunity to dance along with a 20-piece big band, complete with two vocalists, for less than $10 per person. P eople, who enjoy dancing to live music, should definitely attend this event, Mr. Martin said. It is also a night out with your sweetheart. S wingtime will host its annual Sweethearts Ball on Friday, Jan. 31 from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Melbourne A uditorium. T ickets are $5 in advance and $7 at the door. Adv anced tickets may be purchased in Melbourne at WMMB Radio, Marion M usic, the Honor America Liberty Bell Museum and at Brass and Reed on M erritt Island. T ables can be reserved for six or more people by calling MMB Auxiliary president Marci Hutson at (321) 432-4751. The Melbourne Auditor ium is located at 625 H ibiscus Blvd., Melbourne. F or more information, call (321) 724-0555 or visit www.MelbourneMunicipalBand.org.F ree Friday moviesT he Cocoa Beach Public Library will present the following free movies at 3 p.m. on Fridays: Jan. 24: The Big Year Jan. 31: Kon-Tiki Feb. 7: Earth F ree popcorn and refreshments will be provided. T hese movies tell stories about the human experience, with some natures g randest settings as a backdrop. F or more information, visit www.cocoabeachpubliclibrary.com or call (321) 868-1104.Hear Me Dance 2014Hear Me Dance is a student lead dance concert that showcases student choreography from Brevard area dance schools. Choreography will be presented from Dance Arts Centre, Heathers Dance and Titusville Ballet & Jazz and others. The concert will take place on Jan. 24 at 7 p.m. at the Heritage Isle Clubhouse Theater. Heritage Isle is located at 6800 Legacy Blvd., Viera. Suggested admission is a $5 donation at the door. Hear Me Dance is a performance hosted by Dance Arts Centre, a not-for-profit dance studio. All proceeds will go to a local Boy & Girls Club.The Planets: an HD Odyssey T he Space Coast Symphony Orchestra, in cooperation with NASA and Jet Propulsion Laboratories, presents The Planets An HD Odyssey at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 25 at the Scott Center for the Performing Arts at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy, 5625 Holy Trinity Drive, in north Melbourne. Experience a profound new approach to Gustav Holsts cosmic masterpiece, The Planets, live with HD images from NASA projected on the big screen. T he concert opens with Dmitri Shostakovichs brilliant and upbeat work, Festive Overture, presented with a live film featuring local photos highlighting the space programs monumental impact in the last 50 years. Cellist Paul Fleury joins the SCSO to present the world premiere of his Cello Fantasy. T hen experience a powerful performance of composer Gustav Holsts monumental The Planets, paired with a high-definition film from NASAs latest exploration of the solar system, including stunning images from the Mars Rovers and past probe missions Magellan, Voyager and Galileo. Cost is $20. Advanced tickets for adults are available through the orchestra website at www.SpaceCoastS ymphony.org or at several convenient ticket outlets, including Ace Hardware stores in Indialantic, Cocoa Beach and Satellite Beach, Blue Sky Insurance in Cocoa Village, Tropical Realty of Suntree, Art Expressions in downtown Eau Gallie, A Floral Affair in Merritt Island and Palm Bay Hearing Aid Center. T ickets at the door are $25. Children and students, 18 and younger, are free. F or more information, call toll free to Capt.Hirams: B lue S tone Circle will play from 7:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Fr iday and Saturday. The M icah Read Trio will play from 2-6 p.m., and Greg V adimsky will play from 610 p.m. Sunday. Kevin McC ullers will play from 610 p.m. Monday. Micah R ead will play from 6-10 p .m. Tuesday. Lucy Iris will play from 6-10 p.m. W ednesday. The Steve Cow den Duo will play from 6-10 p.m. Thursday. Capt. Hi ra m s is at 1580 U.S. H ighway 1, Sebastian. For more information,call (772) 589-4345. Captain Katannas: M ike & Tammy will play at 7 p.m. Fr iday. Joe Calutti will play at 2 p.m. Sunday. Katannas is at 4263 N. U.S. Highway 1, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2531369. Coconuts on the Beach: The Micah Read Trio will play at 7 p.m. Friday. The R ed Tide Duo will play at 1 p .m., and the Groove Shoes D uo will play at 7 p.m. S aturday. The Smokin H ound Dogs will play at 2 p .m. Sunday. John & Mike will play at 7 p.m. Wednesday. The Tapedeck Duo will play at 7 p.m. Thursday. C oconuts is at 2 Minutemen Causeway, Cocoa B each. F or more information,call (321) 784-1422. Earls Hideaway: R ough E dges will play at 8:30 p.m. Fr iday. Nasty Habits will play at 2 p.m., and Spanks B and will play at 8:30 p.m. S aturday. Mike Zito with guest Jumpin Jimmy Mer edith will play from 2-6 p .m. Sunday. Earls is at 1405 Indian River Drive, S ebastian. F or more information,call (772) 5895700. Fill-N-Station Saloon: J ohnnyRock1 and Linda Lavis will host Southern T alent Karaoke 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday nights. The Fill-N-Station S aloon is at 2685 U.S. H ighway 1, Mims. F or more ARIES March 21/April 20Aries, strange forces seem to be working against you, but fortunately you are prepared for anything that comes your way. Allow for some time to get things settled.TA URUS April 21/May 21T aurus, keep a firm hand on your wallet so you can avoid spending well beyond your means. It is best if you avoid making any impulse purchases in the near future.GEMINI May 22/June 21Gemini, listen carefully when a family member comes to you with some sage advice. Even a seemingly relaxed conversation may prove fruitful.CA NCE R June 22/July 22Cancer, you may seem rushed this week, but resist the temptation to go faster than is comfortable for you. Ta ke your time so things are done right the first time.LEO July 23/Aug. 23Leo, you may have so much fun this week that you don't realize you have been getting work done in the process. Y our attitude is even inspiring others around you.VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22T ake a step back when you don't see eye to eye with a colleague, Virgo. Disagreements can quickly escalate, so keep a level head and take all things into consideration.LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23Libra, your intuition and ability to work with people closely will make your life much more enjoyable. Make use ofSee S CENE, B3 See SCOPES, B2Dance the night away this month with your special Sweetheart W eek of 1-24-2014See OUT, B2Club Scene Photo Courtesy of Carmen BrightPut on your dancing shoes and grab your sweetie, as Swingtime presents its annual Sweethearts Ball on F riday, Jan. 31 at the Melbourne Auditorium.By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com

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(855) 252-7276. Winter dance in Cocoa BeachT he Single, Separated, W idowed and Divorced (SSWD) group is hosting a winter dance on Saturday, Jan. 2 5, from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Church of Our Saviour Auditorium, 5301 N. Atlantic A ve., Cocoa Beach. All singles and couples are welcome to attend. Live music will be provided by Visions. Proceeds will benefit several charities. Ti ckets cost $8 each, and may be purchased at the parish office before the dance or at the door. Call (321) 868-7775, (321) 2 13-6629 or (321) 783-4152 for details or table reservations.Good Timen to playT he Cocoa Beach Public Library will present the music g roup Good Timen in the Community Room at 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 26. Enjoy bluegrass, folk tunes and contemporary songs. Music on a Sunday Afternoon is a regularly scheduled event at the library, 550 N. Brevard Ave., Cocoa Beach. Fo r more information, call (321) 242-868-1104 or visit www.cocoabeachpubliclibrary.org.Theodicy Jazz Collective to perform at Holy Trinity Episcopal AcademyT he internationally recognized Theodicy Jazz Collective will perform in concert on Monday, Jan. 27, at 7 p.m. at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academys Scott Center for Worship and Performing Arts, located at 5625 Holy Trinity Drive, in Melbourne (just off U.S. 1 and the Pineda Causeway). Advanced tickets are available at www.htacademy.org for $10, or will be available at the door for $12. T he Theodicy Jazz Collective ensemble was invited to Holy T rinity Episcopal Academy by school chaplain the Rev. Joy W illard-Williford, with the goal of forming a student jazz ensemble for its own chapel services. The ensemble will host a series of workshops for student musicians during the day before opening the evening concert to the public. Chaplain Williford is available for advanced media interviews. F ormed at Oberlin College, original Theodicy Jazz band members migrated east for g raduate school where they connected with other musicians at the Yale Institute of Sacred Music; it is there the project flourished. T oday, the group writes and produces services for a multitude of churches in New England, the National Council of Churches, the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, Trinity W all Street, New England Lutheran Synod and St. Pauls Chapel in NYC. In 2012, Theodicy composed and premiered Canterbury Jazz Mass with the choir and organ at Canterbury Cathedral. Samples of their music can be heard at www.theocidyjazz.com or on YouTube.com. F ounded in 1957, Holy T rinity Episcopal Academy was built on a tradition of strong academic and spiritual programs that focus on developing the whole child. Holy Trinity is fully accredited and a recognized leader in Brevard education for students in pre-K through grade 12. More information is available at www.htacademy.orgBig Band Bash Jazz Concerts at VBHST he Vero Beach High School Band Department presents BIG BAND BASH Jazz Concerts on Monday, Jan. 27 at 7 p.m. and Tuesday, Jan. 28 at 7 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center, 1707 16th St., V ero Beach. T his evening of jazz music will pay tribute to Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, and Glenn Miller among other Big Band greats. F eaturing the Award W inning VBHS Jazz Bands, the performance will be led by Mr. James Sammons and Mr. Page Howell. Some selections will include popular tunes, such as Stompin at the Savoy, Georgia on My Mind, Just In T ime by Jule Styne, as well as other arrangements by Sammy Nestico, Thelonius Monk and Hoagy Carmichael. T he Tuesday evening concert will also include special guests from the local middle schools. T ickets are $10 for the Upper Mezzanine level and $12 for the Lower Orchestra level. Call the box office at (772) 564-5537 to reserve your seats. Proceeds benefit the education of Indian River County students.Pirates to invade the Treasure CoastPirates will invade the shores of Historic Fort Pierce for the annual Treasure Coast Pirate Fest from Friday, Jan. 31 to Sunday, Feb. 2. Pirates, scallywags and rogues from around the state and across the nation are set to converge at Veterans Memorial Park / Riverwalk Center in Fort Pierce for three fun-filled days of family friendly piracy. T he highly anticipated waterfront pirate festival, formerly held in and around Downtown Stuart, will feature many fun and exciting pirate themed attractions for both young and old to enjoy, such as a living history pirate encampment, pirate ships, live mermaids, a Little Buccaneer Kids Zone, costume contests, treasure hunts, pirate weapon demonstrations, including real swords, muskets and cannons. T here will also be a pirates ball held Friday night for adults 18 and older. A large number of local and out-of-state vendors will be on hand throughout the weekend selling their wares, including some great food and drink choices. Each day, interactive performances will be in abundance, and live music will play as you spend your days amongst pirates, mermaids and wenches. W orld-renowned celebrity artist Don Maitz, creator of the Original Captain Morgan Spiced Rum character, will be displaying his collection of pirate art in celebration of the Pirate Festivals move from Stuart to its new home in Historic Fort Pierce. Be sure to bring some doubloons along, so that you may add to your very own pirate art collection. Event hours are from 2-8 p.m. on Friday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. V eterans Memorial Park / Riverwalk Center is located at 600 N. Indian River Drive, Fort Pierce. T he 2014 Treasure Coast Pirate Fest is sponsored, in part, by Pirates of the Treasure Coast, Hometown News, 99.7 Jack FM Radio, 93.7 the Breeze, 94.7 Hot Country, 101.3 Coast FM, Tobacco Free Florida, Comfort Suites, Best W estern Plus, Storm Tight W indows, J.J. Taylor Distributing, Treasure Coast Parenting Magazine, Macaroni Kid Port Saint Lucie, POTTC Events, Pirate Radio of the Treasure Coast and Bottoms Up Beverage. Admission to the event is free, although a voluntary $2 (Buck-n-ear) admission is g reatly appreciated. A portion of the proceeds from the 2014 Treasure Coast Pirate Fest will benefit the Humane Society of St. Lucie County and the St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital. Non-perishable food donations will benefit the Treasure Coast Food Bank. 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SA TU RD AY NI GH TS 8 PM 082845253 River Road Oak Hill 386-345-3397D AILY SPECIALSTUESD A Y: All You Can Eat Fish with 2 Sides And AHush Puppy White Fish $8.99 Flounder $10.99 WEDNESD A Y : All You Can Eat Fried Shrimp with 2 Sides And AHush Puppy $15.99 THURSD A Y : Fish & Shrimp with 2 Sides And AHush Puppy $10.99 FRID A Y : All You Can Eat Fish with 2 Sides And AHush Puppy White Fish $8.99 Flounder $10.99 SA TURD A Y : All You Can Eat Shrimp with 2 Sides And AHush Puppy $15.99 SUND A Y : All You Can Eat Fish with 2 Sides And AHush Puppy White Fish $8.99 Flounder $10.99 these talents as you pursue a new career path.SC ORPI O Oct. 24/Nov. 22F alling into a slump just isn't your style, Scorpio. Even if things don't seem to be going your way, your attitude and work ethic will make the most of the situation.SAG ITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21Sag ittarius, playing games with someone can be fun, but don't let things turn into a serious rivalry F ocus on being lighthear ted this week.CA PRI CO RN Dec. 22/Jan. 20Capricorn, your responsible nature helps those in your care to feel safe and secure. It is good to show others how much they mean to you, and you have been doing it correctly.AQ UARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18Some well-hidden information could come to the surface, and you will have the ability to put it to use, Aquarius. Just don't let the power go to your head.PIS CE S Feb. 19/March 20Pisces, you must deal with a potentially delicate matter in the days to come. Keep a cool head and remain confident.ScopesF rom page B1 OutF rom page B1DINING & ENTERTAINMENTSee OUT, B3

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T he Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts is at 3 865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. F or tickets or more information, visit www.kingcenter.com or call (321) 242-2219. F or more information about Merle Haggard, visit www.merlehaggard.com.Grammy Award-winning musician, Carlos NunezT he Henegar Center for the Arts has announced a scheduled performance by Grammy Winning SpanishCeltic musician, Carlos Nunez. T he performance will take place on Thursday, Feb. 6, at 8 p.m. T he Henegar Center is located in Historic Downtown Melbourne at 625 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne. Carlos Nunez is an international star with a unique style that has expanded the borders of Celtic music to Flamenco, Cuban, Mexican and Brazilian music. Mr. Nunez is a native of the Galicia region in Spain and is one of its most revered musicians. He is undisputed as the traditions greatest piper. His music is extremely popular throughout the remainder of Spain, Europe and Latin America. T icket prices are $26, $32 and $38 and may be purchased at the Henegar Center Box Office Monday through F riday during regular box office hours from 1-5 p.m. Tickets may be purchased by phone, using Visa, Mastercard or Discover, by calling (321) 723-8698 or online at www.henegar.org.information,call (321) 3830053. Gr ills at the Port: The F abulous CTs will play at 8 p .m. Friday. Derek will play at 2 p.m., and Dont Quit Y our Day Job will play at 8 p .m. Saturday. Dos Brohams will play at 3 p.m. Sunday. J ay Croiser will play at 6 p .m. Wednesday. Johnny D anger will play at 5 p.m. Thursday. Grills at the Port is at 505 Glencheek Drive, Po rt C anaveral. F or more information,call (321) 8682226. Grills Seafood & Tiki Bar Riverside: P anama will play at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Johnny D anger Live will play at 2 p .m., and Luna Pearl will play at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. D elgado will play at 3 p.m. S unday. Chili will play at 6 p .m. Wednesday. Derek 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. Heidis Jazz Club: S teve K irsner & Friends will play from 5-8 p.m., and the Ron T eixeira Trio will play from 8:30 p.m. to midnight Fr iday. Dan Wilborn and D ex Wilborn will play from 8 p .m. to midnight Saturday. The jam session will be from 7-11 p.m. Sunday. Steve K irsner & Friends will play from 5-7:45 p.m., and Howard Laravea & Pearl Joy will play from 8 p.m. to midnight Wednesday. Linda P eterson will play from 7-11 p .m. Thursday. Heidis is at 7 N. Orlando Ave., Cocoa B each. F or more information,call (321) 783-4559. Kenny Ds Grill & Bar: The Michael Jackson Tribute Sh ow will be from 9-11 p.m. Fr iday. The AC/DC Tribute Sh ow will be from 9-11 p.m. S aturday. A karaoke contest will be from 8 p.m. to midnight Tuesday. Ladies N ight, with The Dating G ame, is 7-9 p.m. Wednesday. The Swamp Fox open jam night is from 8-11 p.m. Thursday. Kenny Ds is at 4711 Babcock St., Palm Bay F or more information,call (321) 724-9462. Melbourne Elks: Kar aoke and dancing with Lou P hillips is from 5-9 p.m. on M ondays and is open to non-members. The Melbourne Elks is at 211 S. N ieman Ave., Melbourne. S outh Nieman Avenue is w est of Babcock Street and east of Apollo Boulevard in M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 7681744. Open Mikes: J am Night is from 6-9 p.m. Monday. T otally Open Tuesday open jam with a full band is from 6-10 p.m. Tuesday. WTF Wednesday Comedy N ight (18 and older) is from 7:30-10 p.m. Wednesday. The Rockin Blues Jam is from 6-10 p.m. Thursday. Fr iday is Wine Me Up jazz jam night from 7-10 p.m. M usic showcase and special events night is 8 p.m. to midnight Saturdays on selected dates. Open Mikes is inside 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 from 6-10 p .m. Friday. The Hit Men will play from 6-10 p.m. S aturday. Ana Kirby will play from 5-9 p.m. Sunday. A tlantic Bluegrass will play from 7-9 p.m. Wednesday. Kar aoke with Ken Eddy will be 7-11 p.m. Thursday. O zzies is at 4391 Dixie H ighway N.E., Palm Bay. For more information,call (321) 724-0009. Pineda Inn: T ed Villarreal will play at 7 p.m. Friday. K eith Koelling will play at 2:30 p.m. Sunday. The Pineda is at 6533 S. U.S. H ighway 1, Rockledge. For more information,call (321) 751-5311. Rustys Seafood & Oyster Bar: J on Parrot will play from noon to 4 p.m. Friday. V illage Records Reggae will play from noon to 4 p.m., and Karl Hudson will play from 5-9 p.m. Saturday. R onnie Soloman will play from 5-9 p.m. Monday. Jon P arrot will play from 5-9 p .m. Tuesday. Jim Mitchell will play from 5-9 p.m. W ednesday. Shane H onkanon will play from 59 p.m. Thursday. Rustys is at 628 Glen Cheek Drive, Port C anaveral. F or more information,call (321) 783-2033. Sebastian Beach Inn: Pr etty Kitty and the Raw Dogs will play at 2 p.m. S unday. 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: The DJ dance party with Chris is at 8 p.m., with Luna P earl playing at 9 p.m. Fr iday. The DJ Chris dance party is at 8 p.m., with M addhatters playing at 9:30 p .m. Saturday. Bike Night is from 6:30-10:30 p.m. M onday. Jam Night with S teve Cowden, Bart and JB is at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Siggys is at 1153 Malabar Road N.E., No. 1, Palm Bay. For more information,call (321) 952-0104. Squid Lips Melbourne: I sland Breeze will play at 3 p .m., and Spanks Band will play at 7 p.m. Friday. Jerry Z ee and Company will play at 2 p.m., and Katty Shack will play at 7 p.m. Saturday. The Top Hats Trio will play at 10 a.m., and Johnny D anger will play at 2 p.m. S unday. Gary Chase will play at 6 p.m. Monday. Kar alyn and the Dawn P atrol will play at 6 p.m. T uesday. Eric Webb will play at 6 p.m. Wednesday. The J ohn Q Jam Session will be at 6 p.m. Thursday. Squid Lips is at 1477 Pineapple Ave ., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2593101. E ditors note: To have your music schedule listed in Club Scene,mail,fax or email it in monthly or 7-10 days in advance of our publication dates.Use the email address, brevnews@hometownnewsol.com, or send in a current web address where the information is listed. The fax number at Hometown News is (321) 2421281.The telephone number is (321) 242-1013. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 24, 2014 Melbourne B3 3369 Sarno Road, Melbourne, FL32934(321) 752-8805Open 7 Days 9:00am-2:00am Over 25,000 VideosLargest Selection of Love Toys, Lingerie & V ideos, Anywher e !! 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Expires 2-24-14New Years Special What is a Carpet Co-op?By Jim KatehakisAs a local Melbourne area b usiness for over 53 years and a member ofCarpet Co-op ofAmerica, we at K & Y Carpet One would like to explain how a co-op can be beneficial to b usiness owners and consumers alike. We have been open here in Melbourne since 1961 and have operated daily under continuous family operation since the beginning. K & Y Carpet One has been part ofthe largest cooperative of f looring retailers in North America for about 20 years. As a member ofthe co-op, we are able to benefit from the economies of scale when making purchases, advertising, merchandising and ev en training our employees. All w hile maintaining our autonomy as a local business. Because K & Y Carpet One benefits from membership in a cooperative, we are able to provide our customers the value theyre looking or without losing the personal touch ofa local b usiness. Our membership in the Carpet One Cooperative has helped us remain competitive with big-box stores and far exceed their service level, quality installation and overall experience. I have always been a handsonowner and enjoy helping you make the right selection in our showroom, as well as personally do the field measuring to ensure accuracy and make sure no detail is overlooked. It comes as no surprise that our service is significantly higher then the big-box stores; the pleasant surprise is that we can deliver the same value. Participating in or purchasing from a cooperative business helps our community by kee ping more money locally, as w ell. We have many employees w ho have been with us for decades. We are long-time Brevard County residents and we r e-invest in our community, donate to numerous local causes and volunteer our time. In the coming weeks, I will be writing about various topics and issues that are relevant to f looring and installation in general. I would like to also address the issue ofindoor air quality, methods offlooring re placement to minimize allergens in the air as well as our zero landfill initiative, cushion and carpet recycling, as well as new yarn technology. By now, it is apparent that I am not a writer and I will try not to bore you and make your eyes glaze over. I will try to keep it light and informative. Meanwhile, ifyou are in the neighborhood of699 S. Apollo Blvd., please dont hesitate to stop in and say hello.I am very proud ofour showroom and the people who work here. You will find a broad selection ofcarpet, w ood, laminate, porcelain tile, luxury vinyl, area rugs and window treatments. You wont be disappointed for a very unique customer experience awaits you. Have a great week! Jim Katehakis is the owner ofK& Y Carpet One in Melbourne.He can be reached at (321) 725-0021.His website iswww.KandYCarpetOneMelbourne.com. 065245 By Mike C. NorthrupWhether youre the family shutterbug or an avid nature photographer, we know that your images are important to you. And its understandable; photographs are our history! Th ey are visual records ofgreat memories like family vacations, birthdays, and weddings. They are reminders ofbeautiful destinations we have visited and w ondrous creatures we have encountered. But are you doing all you can to protect and preserve your memories? My computer is home to over 30,000 images. To protect against computer failure, I have two external hard drives that I copy my My Picturesfolder to at least once a month. The result is ifmy computer ever dies, Ive got a double-backup ofall my important memories. I take it a step further and keep these external hard drives unplugged w hen not in use. This helps me av oid damage to the drives from our areas frequent lightning strikes. Ifyoure computer savvy, y ou can backup these files yourself. T here are also a number of affordable backup software solutions out there that can automate the process for you. External hard drives are affordable and there are some great options from reputable brands like Western Digital and Seagate. Wh at a bout smartphone photos? The best camera is the one you have with you, and while I own a DSLR camera, my iPhone is always by my side. Ive taken several-hundred photos with my iPhone in the past year alone, and I would hate to lose any ofthese memories ifmy phone fails or is stolen. My first line ofdefense is to back up my phone no less than once a month. For iPhone users, this is a pretty straightforward process using iTunes Backup. For Android users, things are a little less straightforward, but this is by design. Android phones are all a bout customization and choices, so there are a plethora ofbackup choices available to you. My favorite Android backup solution is found at Lookout.com. Not only does Lookout automatically backup your photos, but your settings, contacts, call history and more will be safe and sound. Lookout is also available for iOS. T he key to any effective backup plan, however, is redundancy. Just as I advocate two external hard drives for the photos housed on y our computer, I recommend having two backups in place for y our smartphone photos too. Dropbox offers a great app that will automatically upload your smartphone pictures to your Dropbox.com account, giving y ou another safe backup and the a bility to access your photos from any computer. J oin me next week on THE EDGE, as we explore ways to preserve and protect your printed photos, negatives, and slides. Mike C.Northrup is the General Manager ofSouthern Photo:Melbournes #1 Camera Store Since 1963. Southern Photo can be reached at (321) 254-4224 or info@southernphotosupply.com .081561Preserving Your Photographic Memories(Part 1) A voiding Kitchen Nightmares (Part 1) By Mario StradiCooking started for me when I was 11 years old. I grew up in the restaurant business my father was a chef, and our entire family cooked from scratch at home. Cooking was a passion we all shared. At my familys restaurant, Ritas, in Miami, my careerbegan in 1973 spinning pizzas and by a ge 15, it progressed into cooking dinners. I worked there f or 26 years, and it was quite the popular Italian hotspot. About 15 years into my career at Ritas ( named after my mother), I started branching out a bit on my free time, working a few hours in other hotels and country clubs to pick up different influences. My father would also invite some ofhis friends from different areas ofItaly to come and join the restaurant for briefperiods. New recipes w ould be learned, as my fathers r ecipes were mostly from Northern Italy Venice specifically. Id travel to Italy in the summers, places like Naples, R ome, and later Trieste, where my uncles Antonio and Gennero each had restaurants. Th ey d have me work in their places, about two months at a clip, so I learned the flavors of those areas. In 1998 we sold Ritas, and it was time to proceed to J ohnson and Wales University and earn a culinary degree. During this time, I gained employment at the renowned Fisher Island Club in South Beach, where many ofthe rich and famous live. Ive gotta drop a name or two here, because R obert DiNiro and Julia R oberts often came into the club. I was there for seven years, and it was fun and interesting, to say the least. P erhaps the highlight ofmy stint there was it was where I met my wife, Patricia! She was, in fact, the main reason I left Fisher Island, as she had a rewarding career opportunity at Air Liquide, in Houston. So, offwe w ent. I was able to get the Head Chefposition at the Lakeside Country Club just outside of Houston. It seems I moved around about every two years, from Lakeside to the Omni Hotel and then to Central Market, w hich is pretty similar to World Market we have here in Florida. Central Market actually was mostly market, but with a small high-end restaurant. Inside, we had a Chefs Case,which had 140 items in it. It really was catering on a large scale, a mass production offood, and I needed ev ery one ofthe 52 cooks wor king for me. Loved it. Still, I wanted to be where my family is, F lorida, and began looking for my o wn restaurant. Youll learn more about the venture in the coming weeks.ChefMario Stradi is owner/ chef ofChefMarios Caf,located at 1437 Highland Ave.in Melbourne.It has just opened.The restaurant can be reached at (321) 241-4890 or chef-mario.com 081558 W elcome to069400A series of informative articles from some of Melbournes Entrepreneurs

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I ndoor/Outdoor Dining O pen 6 Days L unch & Dinner C arry Outs Available Early Menu Available M on-Thus 4pm-6pm I ndoor/Outdoor Dining O pen 6 Days L unch & Dinner C arry Outs Available Early Menu Available T ues-Thurs 4pm-6pm I ndoor/Outdoor Dining O pen 6 Days L unch & Dinner C arry Outs Available Early Menu Available T ues-Thurs 4pm-6pm I ntracoastal m.m. 101 2459 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne 321-253-8888 FREEWiFi On The Edge, on my own and loving itBy Charles MarchicaFugetaboudit ovahere. As a native New Yorker, this is what I began to say to m yself. I pretty much had enough after working in various r estaurants (15-20) since I was 15 years old. Every possible position dishwashing, back ofhouse, front ofhouse, managing always for someone else. I watched how other owners did things and how they handled their businesses, and I always felt ifI was in their position, I could do most ofthese things better. So, I left the restaurant b usiness for a while and became a real estate broker, but in the back ofmy mind, the seed was planted. Each time I went out f or lunch, it would be for pizza. One day it hit me I love pizza, know pizza, and ifI had my o wn place, I could knock it out ofthe park. So, I started looking, and it took me about f our years to find the right situation. I noticed this particular area around Wickham has a lot of people who grew up where I grew up, Long Island, who moved down with Northrop Grumman and other corporations. They liked the same kind offood I liked. It was time to pull the trigger on a store, and I did that in March 2013, buying The Genna Pizza Company from its previous owner. T he place was pretty much destroyed, so I had to do some r enovations, and my team and I did that. I put my plan in place. Im always the first guy in, baking my New York-style bread fresh, preparing my own pizza dough, and then whipping up my sauces. My friends sometimes ask me why I dont delegate these duties. Again, I say fugetaboudit. Its partly because I want to protect my grandmothers recipes. Moreover, I also like to ensure that my customers get a consistent product across the board each day. This is why my customers know that when they step into my place, its like eating at home. I get an incredible amount of re peat business, and I like to think my work ethic contributes to the quality ofthe product. T he old Genna Pizza, where fo lks used to eat for the last twoto-three years, that place is gone forev er. In the pizza business, there is the commercial pizza and the Mom and Pops. A lot of people dont realize that when they buy a commercial pizza, they dont really get great value. First off, you get the smallest large in the world! My small pie is the same size as a large at a commercial store. T here are other factors at play, too, and well discuss them down the road. Now, I have one question for the readers out there Are you talkinta me? Charles Marchica is owner/operator ofGenna Pizza Company,4301 N.Wickham R oad.(321) 242-3003.Visit pizza4dinner.com 081562 Do You Like069401Send us your comments!BrevSales@ hometownnewsol.com Five Weeks to Renew YouBy Richard HendryThe first ofthe year is a time ofrenewal and r esolutions. It should come as no surprise that the No. 1 New Y ears Resolution is to lose w eight. While it is a good step toward better health a more effective way is what we like to call Renew You.In this series ofarticles, we are going to go through the five steps to renew y ou. It is important to understand that there are many factors that can aid or inhibit y our goal. Not just what you put in your body, but what you breathe in, use on your body, how you handle stress and sleep all play a part in your overall health and your ability to shed those pounds. Ifyou commit to these steps each week and follow through for a full two weeks on each normally, a person feels so m uch better that they keep right on doing it. In step one ofRenew You we start with what we put in the body. Wa ter, right below air, is the second-most important element to life. It cleans us, hydrates us and aids in thousands of processes in the body. Only the purest ofwaters will do, so no more tap water; use an RO or distilled water (no, it does not take out minerals thats a m yth). Most ofthese kinds of waters are mineralized to aid in keeping thebod y alkaline.You should try to drink 4 oz. every half-hour all day. Remove alcohol, coffee, soda and teas from the diet. F ood can be very complex, b ut to keep it simple, eat within an hour ofwaking and make sure you get three meals a day. Concentrate on fresh protein and green vegetables (yes even for breakfast) and nothing from a box, bag, can or freezer. Fresh f oods will speed up your metabolism, improve energy levels, elimination and reduce b loating. Make sure the v egetables outweigh the protein 3 to 1. Keep processed foods to a minimum, and try not to use any microwave food. Supplements can also be very complex and everyone has a different take on what you should use. Sometimes less is r eally more, and in general taking a spray B-12 supplement will increase stamina and energy, help to reduce stress and even help you get a better nights sleep. Get an additional edge by using a food based multi-vitamin f or overall health and a liquid mineral supplement for recovery, re pair and renewal. Always r emember that supplements are just thata supplement to a good diet, not an antidote for a bad diet. Next week: The Air that We Breathe. Richard Hendry is general manager ofNatures Market on 701 S.Apollo Blvd.in Melbourne.He can be reached at (321) 254-8688 or naturesmarketmelbourne.com 081559 By Jeff CrawfordLike so many Americans, I have a list ofNew Years R esolutions. My list contains all ofthe normal appeals to my vices; stop cursing like a sailor, sneak in more veggies per meal and stop obsessively checking F acebook every 28 seconds. T hese all seem reasonable enough. None rely too heavily on anyone other than myself, nor should any be overly difficult to stick with. However, I'm rather confident every one ofthese r esolutions will without doubt, fail miserably. It's not because my intentions aren't good, they are. It's also not because these r esolutions won't make me a better person, they will. It is simply because I don't have fuel f or the fire. Without a clear understanding ofwhat is driving me internally, my resolutions are ill-formed and lack the proper motivation needed to keep me fighting in the trenches. T his is equally true for our fitness goals. It is easy to state our desire to improve health, body composition or start on a quest for fitness. It's harder to define wh y these things are actually important to us. How much are we willing to sacrifice to achieve them and have we attached any r eal value to attaining them? How about ifinstead, we defined wh y becoming healthier really matters? These reasons will be different for each ofus. Some will be motivated by setting positive examples for their children, or being able to play catch with their son in the front yar d, without becoming winded. F or others, it may be improving in a particular sport or even purely cosmetic. It doesn't matter wh at your reason. It is just important that you have one, and it motivates you. T he truth is, any goal we setout to accomplish takes grit and an unwavering beliefthat we can actually achieve it. We need to be prepared to fight for it. Some mornings the gym may seem so far away, the weather too cold and the results just out ofreach. T hese are the moments that afford us the opportunity to grow; to not press snooze, to throw on our sweats and get one step closer to becoming that w hich we are capable of. In order to stay motivated and keep pushing, we need to have a little skin in the game. We need to know why we are pushing through the discomfort. We need fuel for the fire. Sometimes action precedes motivation. Sometimes, we just need to take the first step. Maverick Crossfit is the place to get you started on this journey by getting you healthier, more fit and all while having fun, as part ofa community. We will keep y ou motivated by introducing y ou to movements to master and skills to chase. Let us help spark y our fire. J effCrawford is a trainer at Maverick Crossfit,located at 630 Atlantis Road,Melbourne.He can be reached at (321) 345-9348 or at maverickcrossfit.com. Fuel for the Fire 065246 081551 January 29, 2014 4-7 pmHiring C.N.A.s, L.P.N.s, RNs, Admissions Intake Coordinator & NHAAssistant AdminstratorThe Indian River Center in West Melbourne, FL will be conducting face-to-face interviews on W ednesday, January 29 from 4-7 pm. If you are a warm and compassionate caregiver, with a passion for Elders, and have an active FL license, stop by and bring a copy of your resume!! Please apply now at www.opisjobs.com or call 866-385-5038 with any questions. We look forward to meeting you! Get your business on with theCall Dennis Black 321-652-9709

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Governor announces nearly $200,000 in minority scholarshipsF lorida Gov. Rick Scott and the Department of Business and Professional Regulations D ivision of Certified Public A ccounting has announced it awarded nearly $200,000 in scholarships to minority students studying to become certified public accountants at colleges and universities throughout Florida. The Clay Ford scholarships we re awarded through the CPA Education Minority Assistance Program, which was created in 1999 to encourage minorities to enter the profession. The CPA Education Minority Assistance Program is funded by a portion from each individual and CPA firm license fee. A pplications are accepted each year on a rolling basis and will be applied to the appropriate school year. The deadline for applications for the 2014-15 school y ear is June 1, 2014. Mo re information about DBPR is available online at www.myfloridalicense.com.A stronaut invites quilters to contribute a star blockI nternational Space Station E xpedition 37 Flight Engineer Kar en Nyberg of NASA, a lifelong lover of sewing, is inviting fellow crafters to join her in stitching together a global community space quilt. Ms. Nyberg, who was aboard the orbiting laboratory recently shared a starthemed quilt block she was able to complete during her limited free time in space. S he is now inviting quilters from the public to create their o wn star-themed quilt blocks to help celebrate her mission and passion for the quilting arts. S ewing and quilting include many of the principles and technical skills used in developing equipment for spaceflight missions. The deadline for submitting a block for the quilt is Aug. 1, 2014 Fo r more information about where to send your block,visit http://www.quilts.com Ms. Nyberg and The I nternational Quilt Festival will collaborate on having the squares stitched together for display at the 40th annual I nternational Quilt Festival in 2014 and at other public displays. The Houston festival is the largest annual quilt festival in the world, attracting more than 60,000 guests annually.P anther midfielder, forward honoredThe College Sports Information Directors of America r eleased its Academic AllD istrict teams recently for all NCAA Divisions. F lorida Tech sophomore J ohn Bocinsky was selected to the 2013-14 Mens Soccer AllA cademic team for NCAA Div. II District Five. F lorida Tech sophomore Ashley Vezina was selected to the 2013-14 Womens Soccer All-Academic team for NCAA Di v. II District Five. The selections are voted on by sports information directors in each district. Bo cinsky, a native of I ndialantic, has played and started all 14 games for the panthers this season. He has r ecorded one goal and one assist for a total of three points. In the classroom, Bocinsky is majoring in biomedical engineering and currently has a 4.0 GPA. Ve zina, a native of Oviedo, has played in 13 games this season making three starts. S he has recorded three goals and one assist. In the classroom, Vezina is majoring in molecular biology and has a 4.0 GPA. F or the Ashley Vezina bio page,visit http://www.floridatechsports.com/wsoccer/r oster/197/984/. F or the John Bocinsky bio page,visit http://www.floridatechsports.com/msoccer/r oster/196/991/. F or more information,call (321) 674-7484.Law firm recognized by national magazineThe 2013-14 Best Law Fi rm s r ankings have been r eleased by U.S.News Media and Best Lawyers, and the law firm of Nance, Cacciatore, H amilton, Barger, Nance & C acciatore has been recognized with a Tier 1 ranking in the Personal Injury LitigationP laintiff category. The national first-tier r ankings will be published in the B est Law Firms standalone publication, which is posted online at http://bestlawfirms.usnews.com. The rankings for 2014 are actually based on the highest number of client ballots ever r ecorded. More than 330,000 law firm assessments were provided by more than 12,000 attorneys. In addition, almost 7,000 clients provided close to 20,000 evaluations. F or more information about the Nance Cacciatore Law F irm,visit www.NanceLaw.com. Attorney general announces $28 million settlement F lorida Attorney General P am Bondi has reached a $28 million settlement with the state of Floridas custodian bank, the Bank of New York M ellon, resolving allegations that the bank overcharged the F lorida Retirement System Tr ust Fund by millions of dollars in its handling of foreign currency transactions. The resolution provides full compensation for the states past foreign currency trades and ensures complete transparency on the pricing of future trades. F lorida has billions of dollars in international investments that require foreign currency transactions. The settlement also resolves allegations involving investments made by the Bank of N ew York Mellon on behalf of the Florida Retirement S ystem Trust Fund in medium-term notes issued by S igma Finance, Inc. Sigma defaulted on certain notes in late September 2008 and subsequently went into r eceivership. The case began as a qui tam, or whistleblower, complaint that alleged the bank improperly reported the S tates foreign currency transactions and kept the difference between that inflated price and the actual execution price. In 2011, the Attorney Generals Office intervened in the case and filed an amended complaint. F ollow this link to view a copy of the settlement: http://myfloridalegal.com/w ebfiles.nsf/WF/MMFD9CZRXF/$file/BNYMELL ON.pdf.Settlement with Johnson & Johnson, Janssen PharmaceuticalsF lorida Attorney General P am Bondi has announced that Florida, 39 other states, the District of Columbia and the federal government r eached a global settlement with New Jersey pharmaceutical manufacturer, Johnson & J ohnson and its subsidiary, J anssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc ., to resolve civil and criminal allegations of unlawful marketing practices to promote the sales of their atypical antipsychotic drugs, Risperdal and Invega. U nder the terms of the civil settlement, the companies will pay more than $1.2 billion to the states and the federal government. Florida will r eceive more than $18.6 million of this settlement. The settlement resolves four qui tam, or whistleblower, lawsuits filed in the United S tates District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, under the provisions of the federal False Claims Act and similar state False Claims statutes. In addition, Janssen P harmaceuticals, Inc., will plead guilty in federal court to a criminal misdemeanor charge of misbranding Risperdal in violation of the F ood, Drug, and Cosmetic A ct. As part of the criminal plea, Janssen has agreed to pay $400 million in criminal fines and forfeitures. J&J and Janssen allegedly promoted, marketed, and introduced Risperdal and In vega into interstate commerce for uses that were not approved by the Food and Dr ug Administration and for uses that were not medically indicated. As part of the global r esolution, the companies will enter into a Corporate I ntegrity Agreement with the U nited States Department of H ealth and Human Services, Office of the Inspector General, which will closely monitor the companys future marketing practices.Hospitals honored for medical record systemsAll four Health First hospitals were recently nationally r ecognized for their use of electronic medical record systems and advanced clinical technology to provide better care. HIMSS Analytics has honored Health First Cape C anaveral Hospital, Health F irst Holmes Regional M edical Center, Health First P alm Bay Hospital and Health Fi rst Viera Hospital with Stage 6 recognition on the EMR A doption Model. Only 11 percent of United S tates hospitals have achieved this designation. F ounded in 1995, Health F irst is a fully integrated health system. The not-forprofit employs more than 7,500 people and has four hospitals (including Holmes R egional Medical Center, P alm Bay Hospital, Cape C anaveral Hospital and Viera H ospital). V isit www.Health-First.org for more information.Purple Balloon open houseChris Stagman, CEO of the Br evard Alzheimers Foundation and Richard Rossell, program director of the P urple Balloon Alzheimers A wareness Center, recently hosted an open house to unveil the new Purple Balloon Alzheimers Awareness C enter, located at One Senior P lace, in Viera. The Purple Balloon Alzheimers Awareness C enter, a program of the Br evard Alzheimers Foundation, was created to provide information related to optimal brain health. The goal is intervention and education to increase knowledge of Alzheimer s disease and related forms of dementia. The center will provide monthly events, programs, guest speakers and discussion groups, with an aim of bringing greater awareness to the public at large about the Alzheimers epidemic and strategies that may be utilized to keep the brain in optimal health. A pproximately 100 guests enjoyed a array of gourmet foods provided by Autumn H ouse, Glenbrooke, Hibiscus C ourt and Sonata, all of which are assisted living facilities that specialize in the care of Alzheimers and dementia patients. Each facility received an award, thanking them for the service to the residents of their respective facilities. In addition, two local long time supporters of the Br evard Alzheimers Foundation, Ruth McCartney and Louise Jones, were honored and also received awards. Fo r more information with r egard to programs and events of the Purple Balloon A lzheimers Awareness Center, call (321) 253-6362 or stop by O ne Senior Place at 8085 S pyglass Hill Road,Viera.Medical foundation announces scholarship recipientJ ess Parrish Medical F oundation has awarded the 2013 Karla Foster, RN, M emorial Scholarship of $3,000 to Emily Vondenhuevel, Parrish Medical Center unit secretary/certified nursing assistant II. The scholarship was established by Doug Foster in loving memory of his wife, K arla, who was tragically killed on Sept. 11, 2006, by a hit and run driver. Karla had been a nurse at PMC for more than 22 years. Ms. Vondenhuevel is currently enrolled in an associates degree nursing program at Eastern Florida F riday, January 24, 2014 B6 MelbourneHometown News 781208 781362 087225Answers located in Classified Section Community NotesSee NOTES, B7

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Dakota Virginia BeetsD akota Virginia Beets, 82, of Wood River, Ill., died Thursday, Jan. 2, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Deborah Wilmoth CatesD eborah Wilmoth Cates, 59, of Melbourne, died W ednesday, Jan. 8, 2014. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, Melbourne.Bette Jean PeayB ette Jean Peay, 84, of West M elbourne, died Thursday, J an. 9, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Judith Ann MinningJ udith Ann Minning, 75, of M elbourne, died Friday, Jan. 10, 1014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.L ouise Stafford JenkinsLouise Stafford Jenkins, 95, of Melbourne, died Fr iday, Jan. 10, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Richard G. MebusRichard G. Mebus, 83, of M elbourne, died Saturday, J an. 11, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Jane Marie WarrenJ ane Marie Warren, 83, of M elbourne, died Saturday, J an. 11, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Elizabeth T. GustafsonElizabeth T. Gustafson, 91, of Winter Garden, died S aturday, Jan. 11, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Bruce D. RumansBr uce D. Rumans, 71, of O cala, died Sunday, Jan. 12, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Salvatore Joseph Sal AponeS alvatore Joseph Sal A pone, 84, of Melbourne, died Sunday, Jan. 12, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.L ettie D. RobinsonLetti D. Robinson, 100, of M elbourne, died Monday, J an. 13, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Dora KaskaviqiDora Kaskaviqi, 90, of P alm Bay, died Monday, Jan. 13, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Donald Alexander WojciechowskiDonald Alexander Wojciechowski, 55, of Palm Bay, died Monday, Jan. 13, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 24, 2014 Melbourne B7 781334ADVERTISING SALES Send a resume to Opportunity@HometownNewsOL.com. Please include a cover letter telling us why we absolutely must hire you.EOE, we drug testWe offer a weekly guarantee and gas allowances, plus commission. Experienced representatives earn $50,000+. Benefits include health, dental, and a 401K plan. If you enjoy working with businesses and helping them succeed, this is the position for you. In addition to servicing existing accounts, you will also be calling on area businesses to generate new customers for our papers.Looking for Experienced ADVERTISING CONSULTANTSThe most honored Community Newspaper in America for the past 10 years. P ublishing 15 community newspapers from Mar tin County through Volusia County Obituaries S tate College. Fo r more information, contact Jess Parrish Medical F oundation at (321) 269-4066 or visit www.parrishmedfoundation.com.Governor honors inductees into hall of fameF lorida Gov. Rick Scott and F lorida first lady Ann Scott honored six Floridians during a recent induction ceremony at the Capitol for the new F lorida Veterans Hall of F ame. Gov. Scott and first lady Scott awarded Hall of Fame M edals and Certificates to the following inductees: John R. D. Cleland, Major General (retired), U.S. Army (Melbourne) The late Florida Rep., F lorida State Senator and U.S. Re p. S am M. Gibbons, former U.S. Army Major (Tampa) r epresented by his son, Clifford S am Gibbons John L. Haynes, Major (retired), U.S. Marine Corps (Monticello) Robert F. Milligan, Lieutenant General (retired), U.S. Mar ine Corps (Tallahassee) Jeanne Grushinski Rubin, C aptain (retired), U.S. Navy (Sunrise) Robert J. Silah, Captain (retired), U.S. Navy (Tampa) The Florida Veterans Hall of F ame recognizes and honors those military veterans who, through their works and lives during or after military service, have made a significant contribution to the state of F lorida through civic, business, public service or other pursuits. It is not a traditional military hall of fame, as it focuses on post-military contributions to the state of Florida. I nductees are recommended annually by the Florida V eterans Hall of Fame Council, based upon public submissions and approved by the governor and cabinet. In selecting its nominees for submission, the council gives preference to veterans who we re either born in Florida or adopted Florida as their home state. As part of the ceremony, the F lorida Veterans Hall of Fame W all was unveiled on the Plaza Level of the Capitol Building. The Capitol Building is also home to the Florida Medal of H onor Wall, paying tribute to F loridas 25 Medal of Honor r ecipients. 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