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781376 Lic.# 178€ 321-984-8091 € www.popcornremoval.comOccupied Homes Our Speciality POPCORN CEILINGSRemoved,Replaced with Knock DownJOSEPH STEVENS AND SONSLicensed,Bonded & Insured € All Major Credit Cards AcceptedJMJ Guaranteed Work Since 1970Thanks To God Who Created Us! EXTERIOR PAINTING:€ Cleaning and Removing Mildew € Seal Cracks &Caulk € 100% Acrylic Paint € Waterproo“ngINTERIOR PAINTING:€ All Prep Work € Install Crown Moulding € Replace w/Custom Textures MELBOURNE A PET DRAGON OTIS'Otis' suns himself in the backyard and hutnts for crickets P ageA7 INSIDEV ol. 10, No. 28 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Jan. 31, 2014 Gennas Pizza Bowl W eekend Special0815524301 N. Wickham Rd.242-3003pizza4dinner.comThursday thru SundayT wo 18-inch 1-topping pizzas, a dozen wings, a dozen garlic knots and 2 liter soda$3499We have real NYItalian Bread! ENTERTAINMENTB1 IN DEXT ALENTED YOUTHCalendarA1 ClassifiedB4 Crossword B3 Horoscopes B1 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Club Scene B1 V iewpoint A6Community CalendarChildren's Hunger Project aims highMELBOURNE The Children's Hunger Project is off to set a new goal in its efforts to feed kids. On Saturday, Feb. 8, H ealth First and United W ay are joining the nonprofit organization to assemble more than 25,000 packages $100,000 worth of food to feed hungry elementary school children throughout the county. D eemed by the organization's founder, Bob Barnes, as the "World's Largest F ood Packing Event," he admits he needs the community's help to make this vision a reality. "I checked with Guinness, and they don't have a category yet for food-packing events, so we are documenting everything, according to their rules, and hope to get that category established," Mr. Ba r nes said. He encourages individuals and teams to volunteer just one hour of their time to make the event a success. And, while Mr. Barnes would love to claim the G uinness title if a category is established, he said he would also gladly give it up to know that the idea of feeding children in need is taking hold in other counties. This idea is not copyI am victorious! Photo by Paul LepinskieDorian Lortz, 6, of Melbourne got the chance to ride a horse at Dragon Fest, held at Wickham Park Pavilion Sunday, Jan. 26. The Dragon Fest was a fundraiser for the Save Dragon Pointe project that featured a Renaissance flair. The horse was lead by Richard Kaczor of Lake Worth, and was provided by Story Knights.College breaks ground on new building MELBOURNE When Dr Jim Richey became president at Brevard Co mmunity College several years ago, he had big dreams for the college's future. No w known as Eastern F lorida State College, the college has extended its r each within the community, offering four-year bachelor's degrees to its students, in addition to its two-year and certificate programs. In an effort to further EFSC's journey, Dr. Richey was joined by education and community leaders on Wednesday, J an 22 for the groundbreaking of a new Public S afety Institute on the college's Melbourne campus. The $13.2 million, 66,500 square-foot building will provide training for law enforcement officers, corrections officers, firefighters and others in critical public safety r oles. There are currently Photo courtesy of Mike BrownBoard of Trustee members Moses Harvin, Steve Charpentier, Myra Haley and Alan Landman join Eastern Florida State College president Dr. Jim Richey in the official groundbreaking ceremony for the new Public Safety Institute.MELBOURNE Cancer has touched many residents along the Space C oast, igniting within each person a burning desire to help fight the widespread disease. On Saturday, Feb. 1, ITG R ealty will host its third annual "Coloring the C auseway for a Cure" W alk, in conjunction with the Melbourne Music Ma r athon weekend, at Fr ont Street Park. The cost to participate is $10 for ages 12 and y ounger and $25 for ages 13 and older. Pr oceeds from the three-mile walk, which begins at 9:45 a.m., will benefit SCREW Cancer and the Cancer Care Centers Foundation. "M y wife Kelly and I started Coloring the C auseway for a Cure' three y ears ago," said Rusty M elle of ITG Realty. "Like many others, we have been touched by cancer." Mr. Melle's mother was diagnosed with colon cancer; she lost her fight nearly five and a half years ago. "W e thought this would be a good way to honor her and her fight, while helping the local community in its fight," Mr. Melle said. There will be an opportunity to register for the walk the day of the event, which Mr. Melle recommends arriving at about 9 a.m. to do. Following registration, participants will gather around Front Street Pa rk before making the walk over the Melbourne C auseway and back. Mr. Melle said the walk, itself, is just a little more than three miles. The staff at one of the beneficiaries, Cancer Care C enters Foundation, said it is extremely grateful for the efforts of Mr. and Mrs. M elle, as well as organizers, volunteers and participants. The Cancer Care foundation assists local cancer patients, who are undergoing treatments, with their basic living expenses," said Marta Fiol, secretary for the foundation. These living expenses include rent and utilities, as well as pain and cancerr elated medications. "N ot only does the Coloring the Causeway for a Cu re Walk help those undergoing cancer treatments, but it is a lovely time to enjoy a nice and wholesome walk with family and friends," Ms. F iol said. The third annual "Coloring the Causeway for a Cu re Walk is Saturday, Fe b. 1 at Front Street Park in Melbourne at 9:45 a.m. The cost to participate is $10 for ages 12 and y ounger and $25 for ages 13 and older. Pr oceeds from the walk will benefit SCREW Cancer and the Cancer Care C enters Foundation. All walkers will receive colorful T-shirts and postevent refreshments. Fr ont Street Park is located at 2205 Front St r eet, Melbourne. F or more information, visit www.CCCFoundationInc.org, www.ScrewC ancer.com or https://smoothrunning.or g/2014-coloring-thecauseway-for-a-cure. LagoonFest' to raise awareness of Lagoon plightMELBOURNE One group of Brevard County r esidents is hoping to raise awareness for the Indian River Lagoon this year. On Saturday, Feb. 1, Ma r ine Resource Council will host the first "LagoonF est 2014"from 2-7 p.m. at the Ted Moorehead Lagoon House in Palm Bay in an effort to raise awareness to the ailing condition of the Indian River Lagoon. The goal of the event is to rally the community, in support of the Lagoon we r ely on for our quality of life," said Leesa Souto, executive director for Ma r ine Resources Council. "We lost more dolphins, manatees, sea birds and sports fish habitats in the Lagoon last year than we have in recorded history. The Lagoon is in crisis, and we all have a r ole to play in saving it." S ince July 2012, more than 100 manatees that live in the Indian River Lagoon have died, leading to multiple community efforts, including the opening of a research labUpcoming food packing event being documented for Guinness Book of W orld RecordsBy Deb AlbertoF or Hometown News See HU NGER, A2By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.comSee GROUND, A3By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See LAGOO N, A8F RID A Y, JAN. 31 Souper Bowl of Caring F ood Drive: Ascension L utheran Church in Indian H arbour Beach supports the annual Souper Bowl of Ca r ing food drive. Mo re than 20 years ago, the S ouper Bowl of Caring began with a simple prayer from a single youth group. S ince that day, more than $98 million has been raised for local charities across the country through Souper Bo wl of Caring. Through this mission, people learn what it's like to make a positive difference in the world, as they collect food, raise money and volunteer to work in charities that provide shelter to the homeless, food for the hungry and compassion to those in need. Y ou are invited to be part of this movement that is sharing God's love with those in need. The drive runs now through Super Bowl Sunday on Feb. 2. Y ou may bring nonperishable food donations to Ascension Lutheran Church, 1053 Pinetree Drive, Indian H arbour Beach, Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and on Sunday from 9-11 a.m. Y our donations will go to support the local community through South Brevard S haring Center and the Daily Br ead. If you have questions, contact Ascension Lutheran Church at (321)-7731815. SHINE can help: The F lorida Department of Elder Affairs Serving Health I nsurance Needs of Elders Pr ogram (SHINE), in partnership with the Senior R esource Alliance, can provide assistance. SHINE has a special opportunity to help the wave of Boomers, who are r eaching the age for M edicare eligibility. I ndividuals new to M edicare may enroll during the Initial Enrollment Pe r iod, which is the sevenmonth period (birth month, plus the three months before and after) surrounding his or her 65th birthday. Du r ing this period, beneficiaries can enroll in M edicare Parts A, B, and D, or they may alternatively choose to enroll in a M edicare Advantage plan, with or without drug coverage. SHINE Counseling Sites: Cocoa Beach Public Library, 550 N. Brevard Ave., C ocoa Beach, (321) 323-9418See CALENDAR, A2Color the Causeway' to help cancer victims

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F riday, January 31, 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! Does Your Pet Have What It Tak es To Be P et of the W eek ?We r e asking you, our readers, to submit photos ofyour beloved pets for our Contest. T he Winner each week will be featured in our newspaper and will qualify to become our  P et of the Year! Ž781375 See this weeks winner for details on how to enter!  Does Your Pet Have What It Tak es To Be 085907 Florida Space Coast Doll Club Doll Show & Sale Sat., Feb. 8, 2014 10am-3pmV eterans Memorial Complex 2285 Minton Rd., W est Melbourne, FL32904 Adults: $3.00; Children Under 5: FREE FREE PARKING! HANDICAP PARKING AVAILABLE!! www.FloridSpaceCoastDollClub.comRaffle for an American GirlŽ Doll and her pony to benefit Arnold Palmer Childrens Hospital 781392 Creative Arts Foundation of Brevard,Inc.presentsBrevards Got Music Talent Brevards Got Music Talent Brevard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 Music competition & performances. 12 local finalists, ages 13-18.€ First Prize $1000 € Second Prize $500 € Third Prize $250 781489 Humane Society in need of volunteers for everyday tasksBREVARD If your New Y ear's Resolution was to volunteer your time and give back to those in need, the Central Brevard H umane Society has the perfect opportunity for y ou. On Saturday, Feb. 1, the C entral Brevard Humane S ociety will host a Shelter V olunteer Orientation from 9 to 10:30 a.m. for individuals, who care about the w elfare of animals looking for their forever homes. Pr e-registration is r equired, and all volunteer applications must be complete prior to the start of the Volunteer Orientation Program. Those interested must be 16 or older to volunteer their time at the Central Br evard Humane Society. There are many opportunities available for volunteers at the shelter, our four Molly Mutt Thrift S hops in Melbourne, M erritt Island, Palm Bay and Rockledge, the low cost' spay and neuter and w ellness clinic, the recently opened' Merritt Island A doption Center or as a Society Ambassador' during community outr each and off-site events," said Eileen Cole, media r elations manager. All volunteer hours are done on a schedule that best fits the individual. "V olunteers donate their time to our organization when their schedules allow and are extremely flexible in the areas that we need assistance in," Ms. Cole added. "It may be with our special events, coming to the adoption centers to walk dogs, brushing or playing with the cats in our free-roaming cat rooms, washing food and water bowls, doing laundry or helping the thrift shops price and sort donated items for sale." Ms. Cole said those interested in volunteering for the Central Brevard H umane Society can call or email the volunteer coordinator to register for orientation. The application for becoming a volunteer can be downloaded from www.CritterSavers.com or an individual can stop by the shelter in Cocoa, the M erritt Island Adoption C enter or any of the four M olly Mutt Thrift Shops to pick up a copy. Volunteers must bring the application with them to the orientation session. The orientation session enables someone to have a stronger understanding about the Humane Society through the history of the organization, as well as learning that it is a no kill for space' facility, that r eceives no support from tax dollars," Ms. Cole said. "I t also gives them the opportunity to tour the whole facility and see how the animals are cared for." One of the most difficult aspects about volunteering at the Central Brevard H umane Society is seeing all of the animals at the shelter and adoption center that are looking for new, forever homes, which can be quite overwhelming to volunteers at times. The most rewarding is when animals find caring and loving individuals or families to call their own or their friend for life," Ms. C ole said. The Central Brevard H umane Society will host a S helter Volunteer Orientation on Saturday, Feb. 1 from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Pr e-registration is r equired, and all volunteer applications must be completed prior to the start of the Volunteer Orientation Program. Those interested in attending must wear pants and closed-toed shoes. The Central Brevard H umane Society is located at 1020 Cox Road, Cocoa. F or more information, contact the volunteer coordinator at (321) 6363343,Ext.207,or email volunteer.coordinator@crit tersavers.com.By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com r ighted. I would love other counties to duplicate or top what we are doing," he said. The Children's Hunger Pr oject was founded on the belief that children need good nutrition to learn, and its business plan is simple: "S ee a hungry kid. Feed the kid." The organization has made strides in providing meal packages for elementary school-aged children in need, who are living in various states of poverty, on the S pace Coast. R egistration is required to participate in the event, which will be held from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at The Clemente Center on the campus of Florida Institute of Technology. To r egister or for more information,email volunteer@thechildrenshungerproject.org I nclude the team name, team leader's name, phone number and e-mail address, plus the number of people y ou anticipate being on the team. V olunteer teams (adults and kids) of all sizes are welcomed to join in this historic event.P atsy Cole of Melbourne Beach (left) and Cindy Stewart of West Melbourne gather food for children in need in Brevard County during The Hunger Project's food-packing event last year. The ladies were two of about 2,000 volunteers to help out at the event. Photo by P aul Lepinskie HungerF rom page A1 A ttention, Brevard organizations, churches, nonprofits, clubs and businesses. H ometown News is putting together a calendar listing for its upcoming Celebrate Sp r ing publication, and we need your help. If y ou have an upcoming event that you'd like to promote that will take place between April 1, 2014, and S ept. 30, 2014, please email y our listing to news clerk M ike Hibbard at brevnews@hometownnewsol.com and type "CELEBRATE SPRING" in the subject line of your email. P lease include your event name, a brief description, the date and time of the event, address where it will be located, ticket price and a contact number for more information. The deadline for submissions is March 1, 2014, but the sooner the better. F or more information,call (321) 242-1013. Glenbrooke of Palm Bay, 815 Briar Creek Circle N.E., P alm Bay, (321) 956-3330 Martin Andersen Senior C enter, 1025 Florida Ave., R ockledge, (321) 631-7549 Palm Bay Senior Center, 1275 Culver Drive N.E., Palm Bay, (321) 724-1338 Parrish Senior Solutions C enter, 805-B Century M edical Drive, Titusville, (321) 268-6563 Satellite Beach Public Library, 751 Jamaica Road, S atellite Beach, (321) 4260261 Satellite Beach Recreation C enter, 1089 S. Patrick Drive, S atellite Beach, (321) 4260350 Sunflower House, Merritt I sland Square Mall, Merritt I sland, (321) 452-4341 Wickham Park Senior C enter, 2785 Leisure Way, M elbourne, (321) 757-0660 Wuesthoff Central B usiness, 375 Commerce Pa r kway, Rockledge, (321) 690-6661 Wuesthoff Homecare, 8060 Spyglass Hill Road, V iera, (321) 752-1511 A ppointments can be made by contacting the Elder H elpline at (800) 963-5337 or at www.floridashine.org. 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 r evised schedule in Brevard C ounty: 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 6 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. Teen authors'competition: C urrently, The Creative Arts Foundation of Brevard is seeking entries for Teen A uthors of Brevard. It is searching for youngsters, who have "a way with the written word" for a short story competition. Help find those teenagers, who can invite the reader to enjoy a good story, and come away feeling informed and entertained. The application deadline is Jan. 31. F or more information,go to www.CAFOB.org or contact I nfo@CreativeArtsBrevard.or g. Monthly luncheon meeting reservations: The Br evard Federated Republican Women group will hold its monthly meeting at 11CalendarF rom page A1 See CALENDAR, A4 Help us Celebrate Spring' KNOWLEDGEISATERRIBLETHING TO W ASTE... www.hometownnewsol.comSubscribe Today!

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1,401 students enrolled in all of EFSC's public safety programs. The building will be located on the southeast side of the Melbourne campus, next to the Dr. Joe Lee Smith Teaching Center," said John J. Glisch, associate vice president of communications at EFSC. J oining Dr. Richey at W ednesday's groundbreaking ceremony was Br evard County Sheriff W ayne Ivey, as well as other public safety leaders from across Brevard County. The Public Safety Institute building also marks the start of a planned expansion at EFSC's Melbourne campus, as college officials seek funding from the state legislature for three other new buildings, which will house the college's growing business, health care and science, technology, engineering and math or STEM programs. The locations of the other three buildings will be determined, as part of a new master plan for the M elbourne campus that we expect to have completed in June," Mr. Glisch said. "The buildings will be constructed as funds become available from the state legislature in coming y ears." The programs, to be housed in the three future buildings, include nine new bachelor's degrees two of which were launched in fall 2013, with seven more scheduled to start in August 2014. S tudents enrolled in EFSC's Public Safety Institute will be able to complete their coursework in state-of-the-art classr ooms, once construction of the new building is complete. S pace has been planned for a mock jail cell, a mock courtroom, as well as labs and other facilities, where students will learn the latest in a variety of criminal justice fields. "The new institute will be among the best in Florida and will provide students with the education and training they need to serve in critical public safety roles in our community," Mr. Glisch said. The new Public Safety In stitute building is scheduled to open in February 2015, replacing the aging public safety facilities on the Melbourne campus, which will be demolished. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 31, 2014 Melbourne A3 085909W ARNING:1-800-800-2580 € www.shipcar.comY ou get what you pay for. What appears to be a better deal may get you nothing but headaches. Why risk it? Stick with the tried and true.Dont Take the Bait.Other transporters may say anythingto lure you into letting them ship your car North. The snowbirds favorite since 1980 SHIPPING YOUR CAR!!! 781426 781495 Need a Tutor?WE COME TO YOU!SAT/ACT Test Prep Add 3-5 points on your ACT or 250 to your SAT before it is too late! All Subjects K-12 Private One-on-One Professional Degreed Tutors Average 2 letter grade jump No Long Term ContractsCall 321-574-6575Call for a FREE Lesson! 081302SpaceCoastThyroidRelief.com Sneak Peek' allows audience to select favorite films of the year BREVARD Movie lovers are encouraged to choose their favorite film at a series of "sneak-peak" screenings this year. On Saturday, Feb. 15, Br evard County filmmakers R ay and Migdalia Etheridge are presenting a one-hourlong screening of several short films, all submitted by I ndie filmmakers from all ov er the world. The audience will vote for their favorite films to help judges make programming decisions for the "15M inutes of Fame" film festival in August. "W e are looking for people, who like to watch I ndie films," Mr. Etheridge said. "If you like movies, you (will) like to be able to participate and vote for y our favorite movie." The screening will be the first of a series of "sneakpeek" screenings, scheduled until July. The filmmakers said that more than 40 films will be shown during the screenings, some short and some full-length, and will include dramas, documentaries, comedies, animations, music videos and foreign films. Mrs. Etheridge said that, so far, the filmmakers have not received any films from Br evard County residents to screen. "S ome films are from F lorida filmmakers, as well from all over the U.S. and around the world," she said. "W e hope to show some films from Brevard filmmakers, but we haven't received any yet." S ince 2009, the "15 M inutes of Fame" film festival has had 10 film festivals. This year's festival will take place at the International P alms Resort in Cocoa B each on Aug. 30-31. The husband-and-wife filmmakers began producing movies together as a hobby in 2005, with most of their films shot in and around their home. N early all of their films have been showcased in film festivals around the U.S. There will be six "Sneak P eeks" held this year before the festival at the Knowledge Exchange in Palm Bay. The dates for the screenings are: Feb. 15 from 4-5 p .m.; March 15 from 2-3 p .m.; April 12 from 2-3 p.m.; M ay 17 from 2-3 p.m.; June 14 from 2-3 p.m.; and July 12 from 2-3 p.m. The next "Sneak Peak" will be held on Saturday, Feb. 15 at 4 p.m. at the Knowledge Ex change, located at 5151 B abcock St., in Palm Bay. A dmission is free, and there is a capacity for 50 people. F or more information, email r ayandmigdalia@aol.com or call (321) 984-7789.Lo c al filmmakers Ray and Migdalia Etheridge will host a series of "sneak peeks," in which audience members will choose their favorite Indie films for inclusion in the "15 Minutes of F ame" film festival. Photo courtesy of Ray and Migdalia Etheridge By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com GroundF rom page A1

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a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 5 at the H oliday Inn, 8298 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. The guest speaker will be P eter Feaman, national committeeman, who r epresents Florida Republicans at the Republican N ational Committee in W ashington, D.C. Mr. Feaman is a practicing trial attorney and was r ecognized by F lorida Trend magazine as one of Florida's "E lite Lawyers" in the field of business and commercial litigation in 2011. He is a published author of "W ake Up, America" and The Next Nightmare." The room opens at 11 a.m., with social networking. The speaker and program begin at 11:30 a.m. Re servations are necessary by Fr iday, Jan. 31 at noon to select luncheon choice. F or reservations and more information,call (321) 7271212. Chopper Dropper set for Su ntree Country Club: F lorida Institute of Technology is making plans for the S porting Affair XXII Golf T ourney and 11th annual Chopper Dropper, which will be held March 14 at the S untree Country Club. S porting Affair is the university's biggest fundraiser for athletics scholarships and Chopper Dropper the helicopter drop of 2,000 numbered golf balls onto the green is the key event. The 2013 Sporting Affair grossed $480,000 for scholarships that support Panther student-athletes this academic year. The 2014 proceeds will help studentathletes with scholarships in 2014-15. Chopper Dropper raises funds by selling 2,000 numbered golf balls, at $100 each, and dropping them in a helicopter flyover. The ball that lands closest to the pin wins $50,000, and last year J osh Baker of Jacksonville held the ticket with that ball's number. Other cash prizes are $10,000 and 15 prizes of $1,000 each for a total of $75,000 given away. The cocktail party is part of the fun, and one individual per $100 ball sponsorship may enjoy a generous selection of food, soft drinks, wine and beer from a variety of restaurant partners. S porting Affair proceeds consist of major sponsorships, the golf tourney, cocktail party, silent auction and raffle. T ickets are available at ChopperDropper.com. F or tickets and more information about the golf tourney and reception, contact Ashley Gardner at agardner@fit.edu or Matt K ilcullen at mkilcullen@fit.edu. R egistration is at ChopperDropper.com.SAT URDAY, FEB. 1 Project Appleseed Rifle Ma rksmanship Clinic Offered: R egistration begins at 8 a.m. and the clinic starts at 8:30 a.m. and will continue until 5 p.m. at 610 Hurley Bl v d. S.W., Palm Bay. The event is Saturday and S unday, Feb. 1 and 2. Pa r ticipants are taught fundamental rifle marksmanship skills that are to allow a rifleman to be accurate out to 400 yards, with iron sights, standard r ifle and surplus ammo. M ost of the instruction at a Pr oject Appleseed event is conducted on the firing r ange at 25 yards, at reduced size targets to simulate 100400 yards. Students will learn safe gun-handling, proper use of a sling, and Revolutionary War history. P lease bring your own BREVARD Brevard C ounty residents are being asked to find the "Courage to Remember," as a national H olocaust exhibit comes to C ocoa Beach this February. The Simon Wiesenthal C enter's world-renowned "T he Courage to Remember: The Holocaust 19331945" traveling exhibit will address the issue of antiS emitism, violence and discrimination by using education, said Ted Grover, executive director of F oundation for California. "T oday, Holocaust education is more important than it has been in many years," he said. "With the rise of hate crimes in our country and worldwide, it takes on new urgency. We must be forward-thinking, adapting the best techniques and means to educate all people about the lessons of the H olocaust. This exhibit helps to do just that. "T he Holocaust is not just a chapter in a history book about the past," he said. "R ather, these lessons are universal and relevant to our own time, and they r emind us of the imperative to speak out when groups are targeted because of their identity. This exhibit is instructive in how we must be vigilant and responsive to present-day dangers against people of all backgrounds in our society." A ribbon cutting ceremony will commence on M onday, Feb. 10 at 5:30 p.m. at the Cocoa Beach Country Club. In attendance at the r ibbon cutting ceremony will be leaders from the J ewish community, as well as civic, educational, business, government and community figures. A Holocaust survivor will provide remarks, presenting an opportunity for those in attendance to learn more about the tragic moment in history. The exhibit will be on display at the Cocoa Beach C ountry Club from Feb. 1127, Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Courage to Remember" is a historical exhibit of the Holocaust, created by the Simon Wiesenthal C enter. S ince 1988, the exhibit has been viewed in dozens of countries across six continents, and it consists of 42 panels of photographs and text, giving a historical account the Nazi's murderous campaign, in which nearly 11 million people lost their lives. W ith nearly 200 original photographs, in which, Mr. Gover said, many have never been seen by the general public, the exhibit provides a powerful insight into the Holocaust. "H olocaust education is vital toward fostering an understanding among different communities," Mr. Gover said. "(This exhibit) is one such tool to this end, and it reminds us, as free peoples, of our responsibility to protect our freedoms, work toward a more just society, improve the human condition and commit ourselves to what the famous Nazi hunter of B lessed Memory Mr. Simon W iesenthal said: Hope lives when people remember."" The Courage to Remember: The Holocaust 19331945" exhibit ribbon cutting ceremony will be Monday, Fe b. 10, at 5:30 p.m. at the C ocoa Beach Country Club, located at 5000 Tom Warr iner Blvd., in Cocoa Beach. The opening ceremony is free and open to the public. A ll are encouraged to attend. To RSVP,contact Ted Gover at tedctr1@gmail.com or (562) 355-1325. The exhibit will run from Fe b. 11-27, Monday through Fr iday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p .m. F riday, January 31, 2014 A4 MelbourneHometown News 081543RESERVATIONSREQUIRED(321) 504-7776 x27032 Stadium Parkway € Viera, FL 32940 € www.durangolf.comF riday, February 14, 2014SWEETHEARTS DINNERLIVE ENTERTAINMENT V ALENTINES DAY V ALENTINES DAY 781374 FREESubscription € FREEDeliveryCall 866-913-6397 to sign up or at subscriptions@HometownNewsOL.comHometown News 2013 Pet ofThe Year DakotaŽ F ebruary is Pet Dental Health Month. Affecting about 85% of adult pets, periodontal disease is the most common disease in cats and dogs. It comes in four stages. 1. Gingivitis. The gums are inflamed and swollen, and there is plaque on the teeth. 2. Early Periodontitis. T he entire attached gum is red and swo llen, the mouth is painful, and he or she has bad breath. 3. Moderate Periodontitis. The gums are infected, bright red, and b leeding. The mouth is sore, and is affecting the petsbehavior and eating habits. And 4. Advanced P eriodonitis. There is a bacterial infection destroying the pets gums, teeth, and bone. Bacteria from the mouth is spreading through the b loodstream and causing damage to the organs. P eriodontal disease is a serious issue that can lead to other maladies throughout the body ifnot cared f or correctly. Luckily, it is preventable. It is a good idea to get y our dog and cat in for routine dental check up at your v eterinarians office. They may r ecommend a dental cleaning procedure, and also give you home care tips to help prevent this disease. Call your veterinarian f or more information and guidance. 081568T ails from the Vet Dr. Michael Ponte Dr. Michael Ponte (321) 254-1754 www.sarnoanimalhospital.com 781530 Exhibit helps remember tragedy, find sense of hope By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com Melbourne Beach artist displays Eclectic' tasteBREVARD For as long as Barbara Milford can r emember, she has always loved art. Growing up in Hamburg, Germany, the now Melbourne Beach resident frequented museums, always admiring impressionist and modern art. "E ven in school, after the war, we went to visit shows of the Impressionists," Mrs. M ilford said. After traveling back and forth between Europe and the U.S., Mrs. Milford settled in Indialantic in 1978, before moving to M elbourne Beach in 1982. The well-traveled artist has been named Art and Antique Studio and Gallery's "A r tist of the Month" for F ebruary. Mrs. Milford's show, "E clectic," will take place on Fr iday, Feb. 7 at 5:30 p.m. at the studio in the Eau Gallie Arts District, with viewing of her pieces available throughout the month. W ith her artworks displayed at many places, such as the Eau Gallie Yacht Club and the Sedona Art Museum, Mrs. Milford has also embraced the role as a student. She has taken workshops from contempora ry artists Fritz van Eeden and Anne Templeton, as w ell as impressionists W illiam Schultz, Lois Griffel, Ho ward Carr and Charles Sov ek. "My favorite medium is pastel because of the vibrant colors," Mrs. Milford said. "If I were to pick a favorite painting of mine, it would have to be the stilllife of oranges and a contemporary oil landscape called Wetlands in St. S imons.'" W ith gorgeous, warm, bright colors in her work, Mrs. Milford invites art lovers of all kinds to her opening reception at Art and Antique Studio and G allery. "I 'm looking forward to the exposure, having fun and discussions about art with my friends," Mrs. M ilford said. "People should come to enjoy my art." Art and Antique Studio and Gallery will feature B arbara Milford as February's Artist of the Month, with an opening reception for "Eclectic" on Friday, Feb. 7 at 5:30 p.m. A dmission is free and r efreshments will be served. Art and Antique Studio and Gallery is located at 1419 Highland Ave., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 253-5553. Photo courtesy of Lolly WaltonMelbourne Beach artist Barbara Milford is the February Artist of the Month at Art and Antique Studio and Gallery.By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com CalendarF rom page A2 See CALENDAR, A7

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 31, 2014 Melbourne A5 081006RECLINERS AS LOW AS$28888RECLINERS AS LOW AS$28888SOFAS AS LOW AS$68888SOFAS AS LOW AS$68888RECLINING SOFAS AS LOW AS$78888RECLINING SOFAS AS LOW AS$78888DISCOUNT ITEMSCLOSEOUTSOVERSTOCKSSPECIAL PURCHASESSHOWROOM ONE-OF-A KINDS 3710 N. U.S. 1 Cocoa (321) 639-3010Mon Sat 10am -7pm Sun Noon 5pm3451 W. New Haven Ave. W est Melbourne (321) 639-3010Mon Sat 9am 8pm Sun Noon 5pm F ree in-home design Schedule your free design consultation today. Locally Owned & Operated for Over 35 YearsLAZBOYOFBREVARD.COM Pictures are for illustration purposes onlyQUANTITIES ARE LIMITED! Police Report Melbourne P olice Department James Jackson Carter, 39, of 4625 Elena Way, Melbourne, was charged Jan. 17 with possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. James Allen Gray, 24, of 1113 Garfield St., Melbourne, was charged Jan. 17 with felony animal cruelty. James E. Rosasco, 71, of 4680 Highway A1A S., M elbourne, was charged J an. 17 with prostitution/lewdness, possession of drugs with intent to sell, using/displaying/carrying a firearm and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana. Termaine Cornelius K imbrough, 22, of 1510 U niversity Blvd. E., Melbourne, was charged Jan. 18 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling, grand larceny and resisting arrest without violence. Antwoine Marcarius Lee, 19, of 825 University Blvd. E., Melbourne, was charged J an. 18 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling and grand larceny. David S. Pickell, 32, of 2028 Stewart Road, Melbourne, was charged Jan. 18 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied conveyance and resisting arrest without violence. Harlen D. Jordan, 21, address unknown, was charged Jan. 19 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling, criminal mischief-property damage, resisting arrest without violence and felony on-site violation of probation. Andrew R. Manning, 46, of 2334 Golf Lake Circle, M elbourne, was charged J an. 19 with aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon. Dwaine Clay, 51, of 1807 F letcher St., Melbourne, was charged Jan. 22 with felony battery by strangulationdomestic violence.P alm Bay P olice Department Breanna V. Jordan, 23, of 1073 Hazlewood Drive, M elbourne, was charged J an. 17 with violation of probation, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of drug paraphernalia and felony on-site violation of probation. Joseph Raymond Alberts, 21, of 129 West Court, M elbourne, was charged J an. 23 with using a computer for obscene communication. Nestor Amdrasz, 39, of 6960 Mulberry Drive, M elbourne, was charged J an. 22 with driving without a license, attaching an unassigned tag, fraudgiving false ownership information to pawn items and dealing in stolen property. Leslie Cadet, 26, of 2413 G lasbern Circle, Melbourne, was charged Jan. 23 with grand theft auto. Satellite Beach P olice Department Spencer L. Harrison, 22, of 3456 Horse Creek Circle, M elbourne, was charged J an. 19 with shoplifting, larceny and possession of burglary tools with intent to use.W est Melbourne P olice Department Angela Marie P aulauskas, 19, of 2757 Whistler St., West Melbourne, was charged Jan. 23 with battery and felony battery by strangulationdomestic violence.Florida Highway Patrol Robert W. Young, 44, of 5316 Mansford Place, M elbourne, was charged J an. 22 with felony driving while license permanently re voked.Brevard County Sheriff's Office Cresson Horton, 30, of 1497 Breeze Lane, Melbourne, was charged Jan. 17 with dealing in stolen property and fraud-giving false ownership information to pawn items. Thierry J. Lettiere, 59, of 315 Masters Lane W., M elbourne, was charged J an. 17 with larceny. Benjamin Walker Walker, 36, of 226 Hollywood Blvd., We st Melbourne, was charged Jan. 17 with larceny and unarmed burglary of an unoccupied structure. Conroy Augustus Thompson, 21, of 7600 Greenboro Drive, West M elbourne, was charged J an. 18 with possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to sell, possession of drug paraphernalia and felony on-site violation of probation. Marco Antonio Rosado, 57, of 1383 Croftwood Drive, M elbourne, was charged J an. 20 on an out-of-county warrant. Heather Ann Ward, 29, of 2808 Burton Place, Melbourne, was charged Jan. 21 with failure to appear, possession of cocaine and fraud-giving false identification to a law enforcement officer. Jackson B. Whitmire, 35, of 790 Sunset Drive, Melbourne, was charged Jan. 21 with armed robbery and possession of a w eapon/ammo by a convicted felon. Jemil Markye Williams, 29, of 278 San Juan Circle, M elbourne, was charged J an. 21 with trafficking cocaine. Eric William Garvin, 17, of 1723 Guave Road, M elbourne, was charged J an. 22 with armed robbery and resisting arrest without violence. Deon Markey Glipsey, 17, of 515 Roberts St., Melbourne, was charged Jan. 22 with fleeing and eluding, re sisting arrest without violence and driving while license suspended. James Norton Haislip, 35, of 2275 Hickory Ave., M elbourne, was charged J an. 22 on an out-of-county warrant. Nelson Dennis Martinez, 22, of 1440 Malibu Circle, P alm Bay, was charged Jan. 23 with two counts of selling cocaine. Kerry Roy Mitchel, 58, of 3014 Fountainhead Circle, M elbourne, was charged Ja n. 23 with selling drugs and trafficking a controlled substance. 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. Business NewsRibbon cutting, grand openingThe Victoria Landing r ibbon cutting and grand opening will be from 4-6 p .m. Friday, Feb. 7 at 1279 H ouston St., Melbourne. Vi ctoria Landing is hosting an official ribbon cutting, in partnership with the Melbourne R egional Chamber of C ommerce. C ome tour Brevard's only assisted living community directly on the Indian River Lagoon. Light refreshments will be provided. To schedule a tour, contact Kathleen Cummins at K athleen@victorialanding.com or Maxime S uchoski at M axime@victorialanding.com. F or more information, call (321) 622-6730 or visit www.victorialanding.com .Brevard AACN announces 2013 Critical Care Nurses of the Year winnersThese awards are based on excellence in nursing and voted for by the RN's peers. All Critical Care areas in Brevard County we re invited to participate. Each of these nurses has exemplary bedside nursing skills, are compassionate and are great patient advocates! The winners are Corinne D anielson of Wuesthoff H ospital Rockledge, Karyn M iller of Holmes Regional M edical Center SICU, C onnie Moore of Palm B ay Hospital, Sandy N inness of Viera Hospital, Deborah Raspa of H olmes Regional Medical C enter MICU. 2013 Nominees Honored are HRMC MICU J anet Stepp, Carla Arauz, M ichelle Tysenn, Michelle Ev erts, Marti Fernandez, B arbara Buzzo, HRMC SICU Elsa Cordier, R achael McConnell, N oami Wilson, HRMC C CICU Kim Gargalino, Ma rk S ullivan, Palm Bay H ospital Hansie Jean, Ca pe Canaveral Hosp Ellen Lough, Stacey M aingot, Linda Bartalot, J anine Shearer Wuesthoff Melbourne -Amanda Ro y Wuesthoff Rockledge Courtney Poe, N ick Earltinez. C ongratulations to all the winners and nominess. W inners received a plaque and membership to Brevard AACN for the y ear. Sandy Ninness was the winner of the drawing for a 1-year membership to National AACN. Philly Pretzel Fa ctory comes to MelbourneH istoric Downtown M elbourne will now have access to a traditional No r theastern treat soft pretzels. P hilly Pretzel Factory will be opening its doors in February, serving customers soft pretzel twists, cinnamon-sugar twists, pretzel dogs and more. F or Melbourne resident and franchise owner Ron C ostanzo, the opening r epresents a new path from his previous work in construction and is truly a family affair, as Mr. C ostanzo will be opening the location, alongside his sister and brother-in-law. Located at 830 E. New Ha ven Ave., Melbourne, Mr. Costanzo's Philly Pr etzel Factory will be connected to a Purple Co w Frozen yogurt toSee B USINESS, A7

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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!!! CONGRATULATIONS TOLASTWEEKS WINNEROF$200, TOBYBYARS OFORMONDBEACH! I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 081544WIN$100 WIN$100This W eeks Prize This W eeks Prize We are constantly told what to do with our bodies. I am told to wear a seatbelt when I am in a car to contain my body in case of an accident. I am told that I cannot do harm to my body so as to kill myself. O ur government has made many laws telling me what I can and cannot do with my body. If it were only the woman's body involved I might agree with you though. It is not just a woman's body. It is the life of a child, an unborn human offspring, that is being ended with an abortion.Not happy in the movie theaterU nfortunately, the closest movie theatre to my home is the one in West Melbourne. S ince Dec. 25, 2012, it has been a very unfavorable place to go see a picture. On this mentioned date, a woman told my buddy to move his seat. S ince then it has been very un-pleasurable, even if you go see a show as early as 2 p.m., like yesterday Nov. 22, 2013. I was trying to watch "Catching Fire" in peace, but did I get peace? Of course not. T wo adults walk all the way up to where I was sitting mind you, the eight viewing room was pretty empty anyway, they approached me, the man said out loud, "It is pretty dark here." I got the hint, so I jumped over the seat to another row, because I did not want to be near them. That is one. T wo is the young girl with two other younger female children who were making so much noise I got up and said "S ilence!" They not only shut up, but left. I thought, thank God, problem over. Nope. Another man and woman and these two are notorious for coming in 45 minutes before the end of each show, and start talking on both their cell phones. Like I said in my previous posts, I am just waiting for my lottery winning ticket, and I am so out of this hell hole called Brevard County. B ut before I leave, I will probably take in another show or two, and then I will be forced to sit down below with the geriatrics that smell like a drowned muskrat. Thanks West Melbourne, you ill-mannered community.Not happy with Affordable Care ActAs a life long Democrat, I suggest the Obama Administration and Democratic Senate scramble to boost the Affordable Care Act into the toilet and flush it like you would any unwanted turd. It 's that bad. If they cannot see this, they are in denial and doomed to being the minority party in the future. T ake care of the few that have no insurance and get out of the way for the rest. Why are you screwing 90 percent to help the 10 percent? Reform interstate ins sales and do tort r eform to lower costs. This act increases my insurance: no $2,500 savings for anyone I know. Most are double or triple increases, unless y ou are poor and on Medicaid that gives substandard care. T ime to wake up my fellow Democrats. Time to wake up.Response to Made of greed and money onlyThe author begins by thanking Republicans, "You have finally showed me what you are made of: greed and money" and "You don't care about the little guys." "The country is in this state because you guys have sent so much work to China to be made." B usinesses relocate overseas because this country has highest corporate tax rate of all the industrial nations. Mo re than 70,000 pages of new regulations are created annually. We have uncompetitive labor rates created by unions, not to mention an army of lawyers ready to sue them out of business? If Americans didn't flock to Wal-Mart for the lowest prices, perhaps companies would not have to leave. Assume for a moment that no American company r elocated overseas. Would you be able to afford the items that you purchase today? How much more would you be willing to pay to have them stay? How many of these companies would be as bankrupt as General Motors? S tudents in business schools are not taught how to run a company with the least profit. Profitability is the primary goal of any business; and without it, the business will perish in the long run. Perhaps one reason that the small business failure rate is so high is that many cannot survive under the burden of numerous taxes and incomprehensible regulations. R ather than blaming Republicans for businesses relocating overseas, it would be more productive to understand the reasons why they do and correct them. I believe that (Former President Ronald) Reagan got it right when he said, "W ell, the trouble with our liberal friends is not that they are ignorant, but that they know so much that isn't so."Regarding the recent rant, titled To clean up the waterways' and moreI can rather understand how possibly this individual was not allowed to speak, as the non-verbals were probably similar to the verbals in their rant and their own narrow and close-mindedness. I will not address the golf courses, Kennedy Space Center or the agriculture issues, as do not have the expertise; but I would believe that those issues are addressed at various government levels regarding water pollution and usage. How ever, this individual then jumps off the issue that they raised, or were responding to, and goes into Brevard demographics: Then, there is the population of Brevard, by all the new incoming classy denizens, with their high-paying careers." F ollowed up with "Attract high-paying companies to r elocate here, so you can tax them; and then you will have the finances to get rid of the population that is a drain, namely the retired. They suck up federal tax dollars like a straw." To that, I have the following statements to the parochial submitter of that rant. Y ou want high paying companies, but do not want new r esidents with high-paying careers. How does that happen? Y ou do not like the retired, as you expressed "they suck up federal tax dollars like a straw." Hmmm! A ccording to the Social Security Administration, of the 142,570 beneficiaries in Brevard County, 98,735 are retired. If y ou utilize the average monthly benefit amount of $1,275, that's $15,300 each a year or $3,810 above the federal poverty level of $11,490 for an individual; and there are many retirees whose sole source of retirement income is just that Social Security but that is also a yearly economic impact of $1,510,645,500 just from the 98K plus retirees. So who is really sucking up the tax dollars, as I believe that most of those in the 60-plus bracket worked for 35-40 years; and they, or they and their employer, contributed to the system. What is unfortunate is that it is not segregated funds and goes into the general fund and utilized for whatever. Pe r haps you should look at those who have contributed nothing and expect and in some cases get numerous benefits, without doing anything or manipulating the system through fraud and abuse. S till, those in the 65-plus range (20-plus percent of the county population SOURCE: Florida Legislature Sept. 2013) are contributing as reflected in the following from the census data: Of a total of 198,371 households in the county, 23,363 are householders 65 years and older, which means they are contributing to the tax base via local tax assessments on their homes. There are also, all inclusive, 90,955 households with individuals 65 years and older (SOURCE: Census). Tw enty-seven-plus percent of Brevard public sector employment was in hospitality and retail, according to the BLS in 2009. It is not a far leap to surmise that most retirees utilize those two sectors and indirectly contribute to the economy through utilization of those services and, hopefully, job creation. To put another perspective on this "get rid of the retiree population, which is a drain;" in FY 2008, $585.73 million was paid to military and civilian retirees. Response to Too many on Welfare'A recent rant claims too many people are on welfare, (and) our country is hurting because of this? Really? How about Corporate Welfare? No mention in this rant about that. These "people" buy expensive cars, he claims. Well, what information is he basing this claim on? How many is too many people needing assistance? How many people is he so sure buys expensive cars? It 's an old tune, stereotyping people on welfare and food stamps. Does this ranter have any clue what red tape one must go through to qualify? Does this ranter know how little money you must make to be eligible to receive food stamps to feed your kids and how many veterans need this assistance? M any, many people who receive food stamps already work, in places like Wal-Mart and McDonalds, who refuse to pay their employees a "living wage" so they don't have to r ely on assistance. This ranter is clueless. (It's) sad that he would be stating facts that are untrue, instead of finding out how to actually help the poor. Su re there is fraud in the system. There is fraud in everything. Y ou never hear about the stories where they have caught all the improvements that have been made. The fraud rate is actually much lower now than it has ever been. There are not enough workers in place to investigate this fraud since the cuts. This ranter claims he is on disability. He claims he is in pain. There is fraud in that too. Lot's of people live in pain but still work. Live a healthier lifestyle and you may be able to help yourself. I often wonder myself how some people get SSI who don't seem like they need it. Reply to abortion not used for birth control"I n America, we do not dispose' of humans by cutting them and ripping a life from a mother. That would be murder and a crime. A fetus is not considered a human." ( Those are) your words. In America, abortion does, in fact, consist of cutting and r ipping. I looked up the definition of fetus. This is what I found: unborn offspring: an unborn vertebrate at a stage when all the structural features of the adult are recognizable, especially an unborn human offspring after eight weeks of development." It seems that the dictionary might disagree with you about the humanity of a fetus. "chosen to be performed while a fetus is not yet viable." Do you know the age of viability for a particular child? I doubt it. N ot only is it impossible to know if a child will live at any stage of development, children are surviving at younger and younger gestational ages. S ince the age of viability is constantly changing, it makes for a poor measure to determine when abortions should be allowed and when they shouldn't. "N o one can tell you what to do with the body that you o wn." Evidently you have not been living in America for very long. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 31, 2014 Melbourne A7 50%OFF50%OFF 081546www.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 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 JCs Bar-B-Que 081580 A 5-year-old Bearded Dragon, Otis' is the scaly pet of Jack Baird of Melbourne Beach. Some of Otis' favorite things to do are explore his backyard, hang out with Suki,' the housecat and hunt for crickets. 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) ear/eye protection, rifle with sling and ammo, rifle mat, bug repellent, hat, sunscreen, a packed lunch, snacks, drinks and plenty of water to stay hydrated. A .22-caliber rifle allowed only. About 250 rounds of ammo will be needed per day. Ma r ksmanship Clinic fees: A dults: $40 for one day/ $60 both days; youth y ounger than 18: $15 for one day/ $20 both days. A ctive duty military, law enforcement officers with ID, and elected officials are free. To r egister online,visit www.appleseedinfo.org. F or more information, contact Bruce Smith at (904) 424-3855 or email FL@appleseedinfo.org. Humane Society Shelter V olunteer Orientation: On S aturday, Feb. 1 the Central Br evard Humane Society will host its Shelter Volunteer Orientation (must be 16 or older to participate in the orientation program), from 9-10:30 a.m., at the Central Br evard Humane Society, 1020 Cox Road, Cocoa. The Central Brevard H umane Society is in need of dedicated individuals or groups, who care about the w elfare of animals. V olunteering opportunities are available at the shelter, its M olly Mutt Thrift Shops (Melbourne, Merritt Island, P alm Bay and Rockledge), the "low cost" spay/neuter & w ellness clinic, its Merritt I sland Adoption Center or as a "Society Ambassador" during community outreach (off-site) events. V olunteer activities may include walking dogs, socializing cats, grooming animals, shelter beautification projects; as well as retail help at the thrift shops and assisting with community education and adoption events. Pr e-registration is required. All volunteer applications must be completed prior to the start of the Volunteer Orientation Program. Du r ing orientation, wear long pants (no shorts) and closed-toed shoes (no flip flops). F or more information, contact the volunteer coordinator with the Central Br evard Humane Society at (321) 636-3343,Ext.207,or volunteer.coordinator@crittersavers.com. Panther women begin spring portion of season: The No. 4 Florida Tech P anthers Women's Golf Team will return to the course Feb. 1, as it begins spring play at the Tusculum Invitational. The tournament takes place at the Cougar Point Golf Club in Kiawah Island, S.C. It will be the first of five events for the Panthers before the championships get underway. After the Tusculum I nvitational, the Panthers will take part in the Lady Mocs Classic Feb. 17-18 in Lakeland. The two-day tournament hosted by Florida S outhern will take place at the Grasslands Golf Course. Ma r ch 3-4 the Panthers will compete in the 38th Peggy Ki rk B ell Classic in Orlando. The Classic takes place in at the Tuscawilla Country Club. Ma r ch 17-18, the Panthers will be in Miami Lakes for the Lady Bucs Invitational, hosted by Barry at Shula's Golf Club. The Panthers will then compete at the U.S. Women's I nvitational April 7-8 in Charlotte, N.C. at Pine Island C ountry Club. The championships will then begin for the Panthers Ap ri l 13-15 at the Sunshine S tate Conference Championships. The Panthers will compete for the SSC Championships at Lake Jovita C ountry Club in Dade City. The NCAA Div. II Super R egion II Tournament will also take place at Lake Jovita C ountry Club May 4-6. The NCAA Div. II National Championships will take place May 14-17 in Conover, N.C. at the Rock Barn Golf & S pa. F or the 2013-14 schedule, visit http://www.floridatechsports.com/wgolf/schedule. F or the 2013-14 roster,visit http://www.floridatechsports.com/wgolf/roster. CrossFit competition: Ma verick CrossFit, a locally o wned business in West M elbourne, is hosting a large-scale event Feb. 1-2, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 630 A tlantis Road, Melbourne. It will be a huge CrossFit competition, titled "Ice M onster," and will bring about 200 athletes, plus another 200-300 spectators from all over Florida, to throw down and compete in the two-day CrossFit competition. There will be vendors selling all types of fitnessand nutrition-related items, as well as Paleo food being provided and sold by Fia's R estaurant. F or more information,call (321) 821-4923,Ext.24,email Amber@MaverickCrossFit.co m or visit www.MaverickCr ossFit.com.CalendarF rom page A4 See CALENDAR, A8complement the "saltysw eet combinations of each product. A dditionally, the location, which has an old-fashioned r ailroad theme, will include an espresso bar and candy shoppe and will be commonly known as STATION 830. P hilly Pretzel Factory was founded in 1988 by Dan Di Z io and his college buddy, Len Lehman. After creating a unique soft pretzel recipe, the entrepreneurs began franchising and have since expanded to more than 100 franchised locations, primarily in the Northeast.BusinessF rom page A5

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Ms. Souto said the Indian River Lagoon brings in an annual $3.7 billion to the local economy every year, as w ell as provides recreational and pastoral experiences. "(The event) is a showcase for community revelry and support for our Indian River Lagoon," she said. "The event is a sounding board for the Lagoon, in more ways than one. I encourage anyone, who wants to show their support for the Lagoon, to be there." A $10 donation will allow entrance to the festival, as w ell as contribute to Marine R esources Council's new Lagoon Lifesavers program. Ms. Souto said that she would like to thank those, who helped make the event a possibility, including Vern Ni coli, who provided the art for the posters and T-shirts; Richard Carl, who arranged the musical guests; Kim K ines of Less Stress Events for organizing the food trucks; and event sponsor J otkoff Financial Group. Ma r ine Resources Council is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that is dedicated to protecting and r estoring the Indian River Lagoon coast estuary for the economic, recreational, aesthetic and environmental use of the people of East C entral Florida. LagoonFest 2014" will be held at the Ted Moorehead Lagoon House at 3275 Dixie H ighway N.E., Palm Bay, on S aturday, Feb. 1, from 2-7 p .m. F or more information,visit www.MRCIRL.org.Photo by Paul LepinskieElementary school students Xavier Sparkman, 9, of Palm Bay, Sebastian Hume, 9, of Melbourne, Alexa Pilieci, 9, of P alm Bay, Abby Perez, 11, of Palm Bay, Sarah Troxle, 9, of Melbourne, Emily Ogborn, 9, of Palm Bay, Kalynn Billings, 1 0, of Palm Bay, Shelby Powell, 9, of Palm Bay, Tyler Fischer, 12, of Grant and Anthony Piliedi, 12, of Palm Bay trekked to the top of the Melbourne Causeway last fall, as part of the Hands Across the Lagoon event. On Feb. 1, Marine Resource Council will host the first "LagoonFest 2 01 4" fat the Ted Moorehead Lagoon House in Palm Bay in an effort to raise awareness to the ailing condition of the Indian River Lagoon.LagoonF rom page A1 Eau Gallie High Baseball Alumni Game: G ame is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 1 from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Eau Gallie High School B aseball/Softball Complex. The event is free to play or free to just watch and enjoy the day with old teammates, classmates, friends, family, and fans, especially the Eau G allie Baseball Hall of Fame There will be a Homerun D erby Competition at 11 a.m. R egistration will start at 10:30 a.m. There will be a Classic 7 inning Eau Gallie Baseball Alumni Game at 12:30 p.m. C oncession will be open with hamburgers, hot dogs, drinks, candy, etc. At least come by and visit for lunch. Eau Gallie High Baseball shirts and hats will be available for sale at the concession stand. Fo r more information,call (321) 863-4536 or email C ollins.Robert@brevardschools.org. Melbourne Beach Public L ibrary events: Saturday, Feb. 1 at 10:30 a.m.: Chinese New Year Children's Celebration. Join in for stories and crafts as we celebrate "The Year of the H orse." Tuesday, Feb. 4 at 2 p.m.: J oin in as Florida author Tim Dorsey speaks about his crime caper novels and characters. Saturday, Feb. 15 at noon: V alentine Cookie Palooza. Join in for stories and cookiedough making. Feb. 27 through March 1: Fr iends of the Melbourne B each Library Book Sale, with a special preview on Feb. 27 from 10 a.m. to noon for Fr iends members only (may join at door). The library is located at 324 Oc ean Ave., Melbourne B each. F or more information,call (321) 956-5642.CalendarF rom page A7

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BABCOCK ST. € MELBOURNE FL Lic# 10444 A voiding Kitchen Nightmares (Part 2) By Mario StradiMost everyone knows its a huge sports weekend, and we here at ChefMarios Caf are expecting a good amount of covers, too. We dont open on Sundays though, and Ill likely be at a party watching the g ame. I invite you in Thursday, F riday or Saturday for your pre-game meal and a nice time! But now, let me pick up where I left offlast week. Y oull remember last week I hinted that at I wanted to make a move from the Houston area to Florida, and decided to put out a search party for a r estaurant. Part ofmy time spent in Houston was as a r estaurant consultant, helping new owners start up their own new ventures. So I knew what was involved, what it can cost,as w ell as what the typical pitfalls are.In May I began looking for a second generationŽspace, meaning a store that had been a r estaurant in the past. I did look into building a brand new place, but after costing it out at around a hundred dollars a square foot, and at threethousand square feet, well, you do the math! The hunt started in the Miami area, South Beach specifically. We pretty much came up empty. Still, I knew the right thing was going to come along. Sure enough, my friend R obert, who moved to Satellite Beach from South Carolina (his son is involved in a program here that enables him to achieve an Associates Degree when he graduates high school), invited me up to let me see a potential r estaurant. It turned out to be the former Colonnade, whose tenant was wavering, and whom indicated that he wanted out of his lease. The building seemed w ell situated, and was in the heart ofthe Eau Gallie Arts District. A deal was struck, and I targeted an opening date in the vicinity ofmid November. T here was absolutely no rush, as ev erything had to be done right. We went through the different liscensing procedures, and as the assorted permits were acquired the different types of wo rk commenced.Repairs, painting, and remodeling went into full swing. I had employees to hire and then properly train. My menu had to be designed, as w ell as my website. Connections had to be made in terms of protein providers, beverage v endors and installers/ re pairmen for heavy equipment. Not to mention a fresh produce guy, an advertising strategy, and a free hand to repel the wave ofsalespeople I got bombarded with. More next w eek!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 081445 Indoor Air Quality and New Flooring InstallationBy Jim KatehakisAll floor coverings have a life cy cle and eventually the time comes for replacement. The procedure in which this is done can make a huge difference in y our indoor air quality and comfort level especially ifyou are prone to allergies, asthma or COPD. Proper remediation, using dust control temporary walls (ifapplicable), sanitizing the sub floor and using a low V OC seaming method all make a difference. Its hard to imagine just how m uch dirt, dust and organic matter we find under old carpet ev ery day. Previous water damage or even high moisture will propagate mold and mildew as well. We at K & Y Carpet One believe that not all flooring installations are created equal; ours is healthier. We start by v acuuming the existing carpet with a HEPA vacuum to minimize pollutants in the air w hen the old carpet is pulled up. After removing the old carpet and cushion (which we recycle), we v acuum the sub floor to r emove the remainder of pollutants. The sub floor is treated with a food-grade antimicrobial spray. This disinfects, protects and diminishes allergens, mold, mildew and bacteria in the installation area. The treatment also limits sub floor microorganisms from becoming airborne during installation as w ell as preserving the homes indoor air quality for the duration ofthe installation. T his treatment meets Indoor Air and Surface Quality Standards. Carpet cushion also plays a ro le in the overall scheme of indoor air quality. Using a cushion with a built-in antimicrobial inhibits the growth ofmold, mildew and odor causing bacteria. A moisture r esistant top layer prevents 98% ofspills from seeping through and is made ofhypo-allergenic, 100% recycled materials. T he method in which the carpet is seamed together can also be an irritant that can be eliminated with the proper equipment and training. Conventional seam irons use heat and direct contact with the seam tape adhesive. The result is considerable smoke that smells like burning plastic in your home. Utilizing the latest microwave technology eliminates the issue. The seaming iron is a microwave iron that heats the adhesive through the carpet. T here is no direct contact with the adhesive and therefore no smoke or plastic smell to inhale. It also gives a better looking and stronger seam. T echnological advances along with a better understanding of customer needs have become e vident in almost everything we do today. Flooring dealers who embrace technology and take the time to train and invest in the tools and materials will provide a far superior experience and finished product than those who settle for the status quo. Breathe easy; flooring installation doesnt have to be a worry anymore. Jim Katehakis is the owner ofK& Y Carpet One in Melbourne.He can be reached at (321) 725-0021.His website iswww.KandYCarpetOneMelbourne.com. 081446 By Mike C. NorthrupIr ecently visited the home ofa family friend. Framed photographs blanketed the walls ofher living room and a portrait ofa man and woman that appeared to be from the 1920s caught my eye. Th ey we re a striking couple I learned that they were her grandparents. Like many ofthe other photos on her walls, this portrait had begun to fade from a ge and years ofsun exposure. This friend had boxes ofprints, negatives, and slides that she had either taken herselfor had inherited over the years. Many of these irreplaceable memories had begun to fade too. Over time, the dyes in your prints, negatives, and slides begin to fade, discoloring your photos or making them look as ifthey are slowly disappearing. Luckily for all the family historians out there, there are some steps you can take to preserve protect your prints, negatives, and slides for future generations. First, when storing your photos, avoid direct sunlight, heat, and humidity. These environmental factors can cause damage to your prints, negatives, and slides and cause them to fade faster. We r ecommend that you use only PVCfree photo albums and avoid leaving boxes ofphotos in places like your garage or attic. Second, when displaying your photos, you can extend their life by putting them into frames with glass panes. This will help moderate the humidity and light exposure. For the best protection, we r ecommend custom framing with conservation and UVprotection glass. An Expert Custom Framer, like Southern Photos framer, can help you create a frame that will beautifully display your photographs while protecting them for years to come. T hird, always process your digital and film photos at a professional lab. Most inkjet paper and ink is not archival quality and will fade fast. When you print your photos at a drugstore, youre taking the chance that their machines arent well maintained, and a machine in need of maintenance can damage your photos or make them fade quicker. Further, many ofthese labs do not color correct your photos. When y ou print at Southern Photo, your photos will be processed on wellmaintained equipment with archival quality materials, and each image will be lovingly color corrected by a trained professional. Finally, Southern Photo can digitize your boxes ofprints, negatives, and slides so they will last forever. Instead ofleaving your photos and originals in a shoebox, bring them to us and we will scan and color correct each one and then place it on an archival-quality CD or DVD. We can digitize photos of any size and nearly any size negative. Not only will your digital copies last forever, but youll be ab le to easily share these memories with friends and family. J oin me next week on THE EDGE as we discuss how to restore damaged photos and preserve your home movies. 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 .081440Preserving Your Photographic Memories(Part 2) W elcome to080483A series of informative articles from some of Melbournes Entrepreneurs Specials January 30-February 5081418 2135 Palm Bay Rd € Palm Bay € 32905321.726.8007Hours: Mon. Sat. 7:30-8 €Sun. 8-7 FRESHPRODUCE!FRESHPRODUCE! FRESHPRODUCE! FRESHMEATS!FRESHMEATS! FRESHMEATS! FROZENFOOD FROZENFOOD SEAFOOD! DELI! GROCERY!GROCERY! 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However, in order to reap this synergistic effect, we m ust be bold. We must be willing to face our fears, flirt with the unknown and venture to the a bsolute limits ofour comfort zone. We must be willing to begin the journey and tumble head first down the rabbit hole. At Maverick Crossfit, we use a quote that describes perfectly the importance ofgetting started,  Y ou don't have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great.ŽAny forward progress, re ga r dless ofhow small, will always trump the perpetual stand still ofwaiting for the perfect moment. There is no such thing. T here is no perfect moment. T here is only now, and in this moment, we have the ability to begin to change. Maverick Crossfit wants you to come as you are, regardless of current physical abilities, a thletic background or age. The Crossfit methodology is infinitely scalable. There is no need to get in shape to start. W ithin our community, you will find Grandmothers, students, law enforcement officers all wo r king side by side. They will be performing similar movements that provide the safest and most effective workout while maintaining the intended stimulus. Each workout will b uild upon the next. Your momentum will build. Eventually your original goals will become distant memories; markers used to track progress and serve as a reminder ofhow far you've come, and how much further you still can go. As you r each your goals, new ones will continually form. The beauty is in the journey. The destination is an ever shifting horizon providing you with a lifetime of motivation. Our goal is simple; to create more capable human beings. We want to help give you the freedom to run, play, explore and live a life free ofphysical limitations. The path to fitness is not easy. The results won't come without challenges. These moments offear and uncertainty allow us the opportunity to be brave and despite our fear, still take the first step. You won't be alone. We will be right there with y ou, providing direction, friendship and a hand to hold. All we ask ofyou is to walk through the door. Just start. 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. Down the Rabbit Hole 081442 Pizza Bowl Weekend At Gennas PizzaBy Charles MarchicaIm running a Pizza Bowl W eekend Special from T hursday through Sunday to get you set for the exciting end to the NFL season. Now I g otta see a guy aboud a ting, but before I doƒ..Ž W hen we ran out ofcolumn last week I had been writing a bout the remarkable amount of re peat business I get here at Gennas. I suppose its well deserved, as my staffand myself strive to make everyone who steps in the door feel like part of the family. This is a laborintensiveŽbusiness, and since Im the first one in, ifsomebody comes through the door and wants a pizza or a sandwich at 9:30am, Im going to serve him.In my mind, this kind of care is key to a successful Italian place. Another is fresh ingredients, an area where your best Mom and PopŽtype establishments really try to get it right. We cannot spend millions ofdollars to advertise ev ery month, as your conveyor belt national companies do. I spend a good bulk ofmy marketing budget with the Hometown News, which works w ell for me. But it is a drop in the ocean in comparison. Moreover, we cant buy our food products in bulk either. Yet I see this as a good thing for the consumer.I get fresh ingredients ev ery single day. My sauce doesnt come out ofa plastic bag or a giant can. I make it fresh,personally, every morning. I use Grande cheese, a much higher quality cheese than is used elsewhere, and I dont mix it with something to lessen my cost. Its full strength, so to speak. I use Boars Head Meats.Naturally, the customer gets the benefit with a better tasting pizza. I do delegate some ofthe prep work. My prep cooks roll in at about 10:45am, and they handle the slicing the produce f or sandwiches and pizza, and all your basic prep work. To gether we work on adding new and flavorful items. This w eek Ive added an original Sicilian pizza (hint:you have to love onions for this one) and a sesame seed crust pizza … well see how we do with those. I recommend the real New Yo rk Italian Style bread If y ouve never had it before, try it here and youll be hooked. I w ent the extra mile, no, eleven hundred miles, to make the bread just right. How? I now import water directly from New Yo rk to add to the recipes. It takes the bread over the top! It took about 4 months to arrange, and was well worth it. TawkŽto you next week, ova cawfee. 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And w hile we may not have asthma, what we are breathing in might be adversely affecting our health and energy levels and that ev en that cold you think you have might just be an allergic r eaction to the thousands of chemicals we come in contact with each day. While some of these we can not control the ones we use each day we can do something about. Chemicals used to enhance a products smell or to mask the smells ofother chemical ingredients in perfumes, hair spray, body care products and soaps and shampoos all have a negative effect on your health. Until the 20th century, perfumes were made from natural ingredients derived directly from plants and animals, but in the effort to make them cheaper they also became more synthetic. The National Academy ofSciences re ports that 95% ofthe chemicals used in fragrances today are synthetic compounds derived from petroleum, including known toxins capable ofcausing cancer, birth defects, central nervous system disorders and allergic reactions. T he perfume industry is not r egulated at all, and they can put any number ofchemicals in fragrance without revealing wh at those are. The lungs, the nose, the skin, the eyes, and the brain can all be affected by these chemicals. Studies have shown that shortness ofbreath or asthmalike symptoms have been caused by fragrances. Most ofthe chemicals fragrances consist of are known to be respiratory irritants. Using only all natural body care, soap, shampoos and perfumes will help keep the body strong, clean and reduce r espiratory issues. R emoving all non natural air fresheners and cleaning products from your home, car and work area (if possible) will also help to r educe your exposure to these toxins. Simple use ofnatural oils like orange, peppermint and lemon will freshen the air, kill many airborne toxins and bacteria that cause bad smells. As for cleaning and disinfecting, Grapefruit Seed extract, orange and lemon oil based cleaning products wo rk great and they are green and non-toxic. Ifyou are still having low energy or breathing issues, all natural r emedies include: Co Q 10, Lobelia, Reishi mushroom and herbal formulas that help open airways. Next week … to sleep, per chance to rest?Richard Hendry is operations manager ofNatures Market on 701 S.Apollo Blvd.in Melbourne.He can be reached at (321) 254-8688 or naturesmarketmelbourne.com 081444

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Out & about MELBOURNE Tw elve phenomenal music students will take to the stage next weekend, showcasing their talents in a one-of-akind competition. On Sunday, Feb. 9, the Cr eative Arts Foundation of Brevard, Inc. will host the "Brevard's Got Music T alent" at 4 p.m. at the He negar Center in H istoric Downtown M elbourne. T ickets are $22 and can be purchased at the He negar Center or on the venue's website. Fou nded in 2007, the Cr eative Arts Foundation is a nonprofit organization, committed to providing assistance and support to creative artists of Brevard County, with exceptional talents in the music, drama, dance, literature and visual arts fields. This is the fifth year the CAFOB will be hosting "B re va rd 's G ot Music T alent." This show is a competition, based similarly to America's Got Talent,' where many youngsters are auditioned and only the top 12 become finalists, competing for cash prizes at the Henegar Center," said Marshall Frank, founder and president of the CAFOB. C ompeting in this y ear's "Brevard's Got M usic Talent" is Tomas Lopez, 16, a violinist; Ellie Richter, 13, a pianist; Charlotte Goodman, 18, a vocalist; Andrew Leonard, 13, a pianist; Rachel Ho, 16, on viola and violin; Daniel Grest, 15, a vocalist; M egan Hazlett, 16, a vocalist and pianist; Aleyna Brown, 17, on flute; Bethany Hargis, 15, on piano; Adeline Mo r gan, 17, a vocalist; and Henry Goodman, 17, on violin. The program purpose is two-fold," Mr. Frank said. "One a fundraiser for the Creative Arts F oundation of Brevard and two to give young, advanced musicians a stage to perform on and earn prizes to help with music ambitions." F irst prize will be awarded $1,000, while second prize will be awarded $500. The thirdplace winner will r eceive $250 and fourthplace will r eceive $125. P lacement will be determined by an all-star panel of three music teachers: Dr. R obert Lamb, maestro Richard Sabino and violinist Amy Jevitt. This show will also have a special appearance of last year's winner at the conclusion, pianistPirates to invade the Treasure CoastPirates will invade the shores of Historic Fort Pierce for the annual Tr easure 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 F riday night for adults 18 and older. A large number of local and out-ofstate 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 Fo rt 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 F riday, 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 T reasure Coast, Hometown News, 99.7 Jack FM Radio, 93.7 the Breeze, 94.7 Hot Country, 101.3 Coast FM, Tobacco F ree Florida, Comfort Suites, Best W estern Plus, Storm Tight Windows, J.J. T aylor Distributing, Treasure Coast P arenting 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 greatly appreciated. A portion of the proceeds from the 2 014 Tr easure 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.TreasureCoastPirateFest.com or call POTTC Events at (561) 792-9260.F ree Friday moviesT he Cocoa Beach Public Library will present the following free movies at 3 p.m. on Fridays: Jan. 31: "Kon-Tiki" Feb. 7: "Earth" F ree popcorn and refreshments will Capt.Hiram's: Dave R ankin will play from 2-6 p .m., and the tailgate pajama party with Orange Av enue will be from 7:30 p .m. to 12:30 a.m. Saturday. The tailgate Super Bowl party with Hypersona will be from 2-6 p.m. Sunday. K evin McCullers will play from 6-10 p.m. Monday. C apt. Hiram's is at 1580 U.S. H ighway 1, Sebastian. For more information,call (772) 589-4345. Captain Katannas: J ack Clutterham will play at 7 p .m. Friday. Katannas is at 4263 N. U.S. Highway 1, M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2531369. Coconuts on the Beach: Ka r alyn & the Dawn Patrol will play at 7 p.m. Friday. C oconuts is at 2 Minutemen Causeway, Cocoa B each. F or more information,call (321) 784-1422. Earl's Hideaway: The R oughhouse Band will play at 8:30 p.m. Friday. 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 information,call (321) 3830053. Gr ills at the Port: M uckfire will play at 8 p.m. Fr iday. Johnny Danger will play at 2 p.m., and Luna P earl will play at 8 p.m. S aturday. The Fabulous CT's will play at 3 p.m. S unday. Chris Miller will play at 6 p.m. Wednesday. De r ek 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: K attyshack will play at 7:30 p.m. Friday. P anama will play at 7:30 ARIES March 21/April 20Aries, there is more to you than meets the eye. You enjoy letting others get small glimpses of your true self, but this week they will get a lot of information all at once.TA URU S April 21/May 21F eeling restless, Taurus? Spend some time with a hobby that you enjoy, whether that is cooking in the kitchen or building something out in the garage.GEMINI May 22/June 21Others may have trouble reading you this week, Gemini. That's because you are putting forth a few different faces. It is better for all involved if you remain consistent.CA NCE R June 22/July 22Cancer, now is the time to introduce your family to a special friend of yours. 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be provided. T hese movies tell stories about the human experience, with some nature's grandest settings as a backdrop. F or more information, visit www.cocoabeachpubliclibrary.com or call (321) 86811 04.Sweetheart's BallT he Melbourne Municipal Band's Swingtime Dance "Sweetheart's Ball" will be from 7-10 p.m. Friday, Jan. 31 at the Melbourne Auditorium, 61 5 E. Hibiscus Blvd., Melbourne. Dance with music by an 18member Big Band. T ickets cost $5 in advance or $7 at the door. Dance instruction is available from 6-7 p.m. for $5, payable to Laura Beers at www.adancersvoice.com. F or more information, visit www.melbournemunicipalband.org, email melb.band@cfl.rr.com or call (321) 724-0555.The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged'T he Merritt Island High School Theatre Arts Department will present the hilarious show, "The Complete Works of W illiam Shakespeare Abridged," Friday, Jan. 31 at 7 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 1 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Feb. 2 at 2 p.m. at 1 00 Mustang Way, Merritt Island. F or more information and reserved tickets, visit www.mihstheatrearts.com or b ought at the door for $8 each.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/pro ducer/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. 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.A symphony for the palate to savorT he Brevard Symphony Orchestra seeks wine and food enthusiasts for the organization's premier fundraiser of the year, "Symphony for the P alate." T his annual event will be held at the Eau Gallie Yacht Club on Saturday, Feb. 1 at 6 p.m., and will help raise funds to assist the BSO's educational programs, community outreach projects and live performances. A champagne reception kicks off a night of delectable fare, fine wines and exciting auctions. Guests will also have the opportunity to participate in a fabulous silent auction, teeming with fine wines, baskets and more. T he evening will feature a decadent five-course dinner with wine pairing, prepared by Chef Lance Cook and the culinary team of the Eau Gallie Y acht Club. W ines will be selected by Jay P ettigrew of Petty's Meat Market. Guests will then be treated to a thrilling live auction, filled with high-end specialty wines, exciting trips, and jewelry. T he highlight of the live auction will be "JUBILEE," a painting commemorating the BS O's 60th Anniversary season. Painted by worldrenowned artist Frits van Eeden, the painting is also the official cover art for the orchestra's 2013-14 program book. Van Eeden also donated the artwork to be sold at auction to raise funds for the BSO. Sponsorships begin at $250 and include admission into the event. All proceeds benefit the Brevard Symphony Orchestra. To purchase your sponsorship, call (321) 242-2024 or buy online at www.brevardsymphony.com.Grammy Award-winning musician, Carlos NunezT he Henegar Center for the Arts has announced a scheduled performance by Grammy W inning Spanish-Celtic 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. F or additional information, visit the center's website at www.henegar.org.L eague of Women Voters of the Space Coast honors "Women of Action"T he League of Women V oters of the Space Coast honors "Women of Action" on F riday, Feb. 7. Five local women will be recognized for their achievements at a luncheon to be held at the Suntree Country Club, 1 Country Club Drive, Melbourne, at 11:30 a.m. T he keynote speaker will be Deirdre Macnab, president of the League of Women Voters of Florida. Ms. Macnab has been recognized by La Prensa newspaper as a "Community Champion" for their annual Mujeres Destacadas Awards, by the Florida Commission on the Status of Women as a recipient of its 2012 Florida Achievement Award and by the Orlando Sentinel as the 20 12 Most Influential Central Floridian of the Year. T he honorees include Joan Borders, Polly Cordell and Mary Eason, co-founders of Rolling Readers in Brevard; Maureen Rupe, president of Brevard Partnership for a Sustainable Future; and Alberta Wilson, chair of the Space Coast Chapter of the National Congress of Black W omen. T he cost is $30. RSVP to Doreen Archer with entrŽe selection at (321) 62240 71. F riday, January 31, 2014 B2 MelbourneHometown NewsDINING & ENTERTAINMENT OutF rom page B1p .m. Saturday. Grills Riverside is at 6075 N. U.S. H ighway 1, Melbourne. For 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. The Ron Teixeira Trio will play from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday. The jam session will be from 7-11 p .m. Sunday. Steve Kirsner & Friends will play from 57:45 p.m., and Howard Laravea & Pearl Joy will play from 8 p.m. to midnight W ednesday. Linda Peterson will play from 7-11 p.m. Thursday. Heidi's is at 7 N. Orlando Ave., Cocoa Beach. F or more information,call (321) 783-4559. Kenny D's Grill & Bar: I sland Breezes will play from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday. The Frank Sinatra Tribute Sh ow will be from 9-11 p.m. S aturday. The Super Bowl party will be from 4-10 p.m. S unday. A karaoke contest with a chance to win a 10 DC recording session in N ashville will be from 8 p.m. to midnight Tuesday. Ladies N ight, with "The Dating G ame," will be 7-9 p.m. W ednesday. 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 Phillips is from 5-9 p.m. on Mondays and is open to non-members. The Melbourne Elks is at 211 S. N ieman Ave., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 768-1744. Open Mike's: Fr iday is "W ine Me Up" jazz jam night from 7-10 p.m. Music showcases and special events night is 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday. Jazz jam night is from 6-9 p.m. M onday. "Totally Open T uesday" open jam with a full band is from 6-10 p.m. T uesday. "WTF Wednesday" C omedy Night (18 and older) is from 7:30-10 p.m. W ednesday. The rockin' blues blues jam is from 6-10 p .m. Thursday. 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.SceneF rom page B1 081573Super Flea &Farmers Market321-242-9124Exit 183 off I-954835 W. 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P anthers to begin baseball seasonThe Florida Tech Panthers and head coach Greg Be r kemeier have released the 2014 baseball schedule. The first pitch of the 2014 season will be thrown on Feb. 1 at Andy Seminick-Les Hall Field when the Panthers host the Lions of North Alabama. The 2014 season kicks off for the Panthers with a three game series on Feb. 1-2 against North Alabama. The squad will then host F lorida Southern in a nonconference game on Feb. 4 before hitting the road for the first time. The Panthers will have eight road contests in the month of February against Limestone, Flagler, Erskine, and Barry. S unshine State Conference play for the Panthers begins on Feb. 28, when they host Nova Southeastern for a three game series. The games against the S harks are just the first three of the 24 total SSC games the Panthers have on their schedule. S andwiched in between SSC games are nonconference contests against Palm Beach A tlantic, Montevallo, West Georgia, Chestnut Hill, S outhern Connecticut S tate and Webber International. The regular season and SSC play will wrap up for the Panthers on May 4 with a double header against Tampa, the defending NCAA Division II National Champions. F or the full schedule and more information,visit http://www.floridatechsports.com/baseball/sche dule.Health First names chief administrative officerH ealth First has announced that Randy C urrin has been named Chief Administrative Officer for Health First C ape Canaveral Hospital. Mr. Currin previously served as Vice President of Growth & Development at H ealth First. In this senior leadership r ole, Mr. Currin will be r esponsible for growth and community outreach at H ealth First Cape C anaveral Hospital. He will also focus on continuing to develop the Health F irst Orthopedics & Sports M edicine and Health First N eurosciences services lines. S ince beginning his career with Health First in M ay 2012, he has led the successful launch of Br evard's first Neurosciences program with continuous Interventional N euroradiology coverage (which represents one of only six in the state), implemented two new orthopedic centers and contributed to the improvement of a variety of quality measures. Mr. Currin earned his B achelor of Science degree from East Carolina University and his Master of B usiness Administration degree in Health Sector M anagement and Policy from the University of M iami. Pr ior to joining Health F irst, he served at HCA as the Vice President for Orthopedic/Spine/ N eurosurgical Service Line De velopment. Before joining HCA, he worked with Bristol-Myers Squibb as a specialty manager. V isit www.HealthFi rst.org for more information.NASA commercial crew partner achieves milestoneEngineers and safety specialists from NASA and S pace Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) met r ecently to review the safety of the Dragon spacecraft and Falcon 9 r ocket being developed to launch humans into lowEarth orbit later this decade. The detailed overview of safety practices the company is implementing was a major milestone for S paceX under a funded S pace Act Agreement with NASA's Commercial Crew Pr ogram. S paceX is one of NASA's commercial partners working to develop a new generation of U.S. spacecraft and rockets capable of transporting humans to and from low-Earth orbit from American soil. NASA intends to use new commercial systems to fly U.S. astronauts to and from the International S pace Station within the next four years. Sp aceX already has flown several cargo missions to the space station using its Dr agon spacecraft and F alcon 9 rocket, but those spacecraft have not yet transported astronauts. Through NASA's Commercial Crew Integrated Ca pability initiative, the company is deep into the design process of the integrated crew-capable F alcon 9 and Dragon spacecraft. This safety review was the ninth milestone for S paceX under the commercial crew agreement. The company is on track to complete all 15 of its milestones by the third quarter of 2014. F or more information about NASA's Commercial Crew Program and its aerospace industry partners,visit http://www.nasa.gov/com mercialcrew.Statewide domestic violence initiativeThe Brevard County S heriff's Office participated in a statewide operation, organized by the F lorida Sheriff's Association, targeting domestic violence with a focus of protecting children. As a result of "Operation S afe Families," a 30-day effort, the Brevard County S heriff's Office completed 100 arrests for charges r elating to domestic violence. Domestic violence r elated crimes included: Warrants for domestic violence Writs for non-support Violations of domestic violence injunctions S tatewide, 33 Sheriff's Offices participated in the operation, which resulted in a total of 2,581 arrests. A ccording to the Florida D epartment of Law Enforcement's 2012 U niform Crime Report, 108,046 domestic violence offenses were reported to F lorida law enforcement agencies, where 202 victims died as a result of the violence. This represents approximately 20 percent of all homicides in F lorida. The Florida Sheriffs Association Task Force is a combined effort of Florida S heriffs, focusing on coordination of statewide mutual aid, subject matter experts and providing a point of contact for statewide initiatives. The Task Force is committed to maintaining the quality of life that Floridians have come to expect and have therefore committed to performing proactive operations each y ear to deter criminal activity. Fo r additional information,contact Lt.Brandon L anza of the Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigative Se r vices at (321) 633-8400.Medical specialist group forms in countyPr o viding healthcare services to patients in eight locations in Brevard C ounty, Parrish Medical Group represents 15 different medical specialties aimed at comprehensive health care from birth to elder care. This independent physician group of providers and advanced r egistered nurse practitioners is dedicated to one common goal using a collaborative, patientcentered approach to care. P arrish Medical Group physicians and ARNPs provide expertise in the areas of alternative medicine, behavior therapy, endocrinology, family practice, geriatrics, internal medicine, neurology, OB/GYN, orthopedics and sports medicine, pediatrics, physical medicine and rehabilitation, podiatry, and pulmonary. The group also includes critical care/ICU and hospitalists that serve patients at Parrish Medical C enter. A complete list of providers, including biographies, is available at www.parrishmedgroup.co m. The website also includes information on accepted insurance programs, news and office location maps. F or information about a provider in your area, contact the Parrish Medical Group referral line at (321) 268-6764 or visit www.ParrishMedGroup.co m. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 31, 2014 Melbourne B3 Community NotesLIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23Libra, your patience is wearing thin, but you need to keep your cool or you could end up in a sticky situation at work. Ride things out until the weekend arrives.SC O RPI O Oct. 24/Nov. 22It isn't in your makeup to be meek, Scorpio. If something needs to be discussed, speak up and let others know your perspective on the situation.SAGITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21Sagittarius, a lucky streak has you excited to test your good fortune. Ride this wave, but do not go through all of your money in one fell swoop. That can spell trouble.CAPRICORN Dec. 22/Jan. 20Capricorn, you have been doing a lot of waiting around, but now your patience is bound to pay off. You just need to wait a little while longer to bear the fruits of your labors.AQ UARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18Aquarius, a big adventure is on the horizon. The trouble is, you do not know what to expect and what to bring along for the ride. T hings will come into focus soon.PIS CE S Feb. 19/March 20Y ou need to take a rest, Pisces. Otherwise, you will burn out very quickly. F riends are urging you to slow down this week.ScopesF rom page B1 Elizabeth Hargis," Mr. Fr ank added. After hosting auditions in November and December, Mr. Frank is very excited to present February's show. This is our fifth year hosting this show, and we are looking forward to enjoying exceptional talent among kids in the 13to 18-year-old bracket," he said. "One finalist is qualified, performing on two instruments violin and viola." W ith seven girls and four boys all of whom are surely on their way to musical success "Breva rd 's G ot Music Talent" is sure to be an excellent event for all to attend. "P eople, who appreciate exceptional musical talent, love this show every year," Mr. Frank said. "These youngsters are the best of the best, and the show will be emceed by yours truly." The Creative Arts F oundation of Brevard, In c ., will host the "Breva rd 's G ot Music Talent" competition on Sunday, Fe b. 9 at 4 p.m. at the He negar Center in downtown Melbourne. 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Daniel F. ReynoldsD aniel F. Reynolds, 64, of P alm Bay, died Monday, Jan. 13, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Sakai Shoji MekolitesS akai Shoji Mekolites, 80, of Melbourne, died Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Scott William Lutz Jr.Scott William Lutz Jr., 20, of Palm Bay, died Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Jamie Marie EvertsJ amie Marie Everts, 33, of M elbourne, died Thursday, J an. 16, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.P atricia L ouise RodriguezP atricia Louise Rodriguez, 83, of Melbourne, died Fr iday, Jan. 17, 2014. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, Melbourne.Donald K evin GallowayDonald Kevin Galloway, 55, of Palm Bay, died S unday, Jan. 19, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Ralph E. PageR alph E. Page, 80, of M elbourne, died Sunday, J an. 19, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Conrad John Korecky Jr.Co nrad John Korecky Jr., 50, of Melbourne, died S unday, Jan. 19, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Palm Bay. F riday, January 31, 2014 B4 MelbourneHometown News Military NewsJ onathan A.Dixon Air Force Reserve Airman J onathan A. Dixon graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen, who complete basic training, earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community C ollege of the Air Force. Airman Dixon is the son of Scott and Gosia Dixon of We st Melbourne. He is a 2011 graduate of Co venant Christian School, P alm Bay. V ito M.Maltese Air Force Airman Vito M. M altese graduated from basic military training at J oint Base San AntonioLackland, San Antonio, T exas. Airman Maltese is the son of Melissa Maltese of M elbourne. He is a 2012 graduate of M elbourne High School. Richard M.Stoiber Air Force Airman First Class Richard M. Stoiber graduated from basic military training at Joint B ase San Antonio-Lackland, S an Antonio, Texas. Airman First Class Stoiber is the son of Dave Stoiber of P alm Bay. He is a 2010 graduate of P alm Bay High School, M elbourne. Mi randa S.Berrios Army Pvt. Miranda S. B errios has graduated from basic combat training at Fo rt J ackson, Columbia, S.C. Pvt. Berrios is the daughter of Donna Sapia and Ma r io Berrios, both of Palm Bay. S he is a 2013 graduate of P alm Bay High School, M elbourne. Richard J.Riojas Air Force Airman Richard J. Riojas graduated from basic military training at J oint Base San AntonioLackland, San Antonio, T exas. Airman Riojas is the son of D aniel Riojas of Melbourne. He is a 2010 graduate of Eau Gallie High School, M elbourne. Z achary T.Slate Air Force Airman First Class Zachary T. Slate graduated from basic military training at Joint B ase San Antonio-Lackland, S an Antonio, Texas. Airman First Class Slate is the son of James and Vicki S late of West Melbourne. He is a 2004 graduate of M elbourne High School. M atthew L.Ferland Army Pfc. Matthew L. F erland has graduated from basic combat training at Fo rt J ackson, Columbia, S.C. Pfc. Ferland is the son of Anna Ferland and grandson of Greg Denny, both of M elbourne. He is a 2011 graduate of V iera High School. 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781376 Lic.# 178 321-984-8091 www.popcornremoval.comOccupied Homes Our Speciality POPCORN CEILINGSRemoved,Replaced with Knock DownJOSEPH STEVENS AND SONSLicensed,Bonded & Insured All Major Credit Cards AcceptedJMJ Guaranteed Work Since 1970Thanks To God Who Created Us! EXTERIOR PAINTING: Cleaning and Removing Mildew Seal Cracks &Caulk 100% Acrylic Paint WaterproongINTERIOR PAINTING: All Prep Work Install Crown Moulding Replace w/Custom Textures MELBOURNE A PET DRAGON OTISOtis suns himself in the backyard and hutnts for crickets P ageA7 INSIDEV ol. 10, No. 28 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Jan. 31, 2014 Gennas Pizza Bowl W eekend Special0815524301 N. Wickham Rd.242-3003pizza4dinner.comThursday thru SundayT wo 18-inch 1-topping pizzas, a dozen wings, a dozen garlic knots and 2 liter soda$3499We have real NYItalian Bread! ENTERTAINMENTB1 INDEXT ALENTED YOUTHCalendarA1 ClassifiedB4 Crossword B3 Horoscopes B1 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Club Scene B1 V iewpoint A6Community CalendarChildrens Hunger Project aims highMELBOURNE The Childrens Hunger Project is off to set a new goal in its efforts to feed kids. On Saturday, Feb. 8, H ealth First and United W ay are joining the nonprofit organization to assemble more than 25,000 packages $100,000 worth of food to feed hungry elementary school children throughout the county. D eemed by the organizations founder, Bob Barnes, as the Worlds Largest F ood Packing Event, he admits he needs the communitys help to make this vision a reality. I checked with Guinness, and they dont have a category yet for food-packing events, so we are documenting everything, according to their rules, and hope to get that category established, Mr. Bar nes said. He encourages individuals and teams to volunteer just one hour of their time to make the event a success. And, while Mr. Barnes would love to claim the G uinness title if a category is established, he said he would also gladly give it up to know that the idea of feeding children in need is taking hold in other counties. This idea is not copyI am victorious! Photo by Paul LepinskieDorian Lortz, 6, of Melbourne got the chance to ride a horse at Dragon Fest, held at Wickham Park Pavilion Sunday, Jan. 26. The Dragon Fest was a fundraiser for the Save Dragon Pointe project that featured a Renaissance flair. The horse was lead by Richard Kaczor of Lake Worth, and was provided by Story Knights.College breaks ground on new building MELBOURNE When Dr Jim Richey became president at Brevard Co mmunity College several years ago, he had big dreams for the colleges future. Now known as Eastern F lorida State College, the college has extended its r each within the community, offering four-year bachelors degrees to its students, in addition to its two-year and certificate programs. In an effort to further EFSCs journey, Dr. Richey was joined by education and community leaders on Wednesday, J an 22 for the groundbreaking of a new Public S afety Institute on the colleges Melbourne campus. The $13.2 million, 66,500 square-foot building will provide training for law enforcement officers, corrections officers, firefighters and others in critical public safety r oles. There are currently Photo courtesy of Mike BrownBoard of Trustee members Moses Harvin, Steve Charpentier, Myra Haley and Alan Landman join Eastern Florida State College president Dr. Jim Richey in the official groundbreaking ceremony for the new Public Safety Institute.MELBOURNE Cancer has touched many residents along the Space C oast, igniting within each person a burning desire to help fight the widespread disease. On Saturday, Feb. 1, ITG R ealty will host its third annual Coloring the C auseway for a Cure W alk, in conjunction with the Melbourne Music Mar athon weekend, at Fr ont Street Park. The cost to participate is $10 for ages 12 and y ounger and $25 for ages 13 and older. Pr oceeds from the three-mile walk, which begins at 9:45 a.m., will benefit SCREW Cancer and the Cancer Care Centers Foundation. M y wife Kelly and I started Coloring the C auseway for a Cure three y ears ago, said Rusty M elle of ITG Realty. Like many others, we have been touched by cancer. Mr. Melles mother was diagnosed with colon cancer; she lost her fight nearly five and a half years ago. W e thought this would be a good way to honor her and her fight, while helping the local community in its fight, Mr. Melle said. There will be an opportunity to register for the walk the day of the event, which Mr. Melle recommends arriving at about 9 a.m. to do. Following registration, participants will gather around Front Street Pa rk before making the walk over the Melbourne C auseway and back. Mr. Melle said the walk, itself, is just a little more than three miles. The staff at one of the beneficiaries, Cancer Care C enters Foundation, said it is extremely grateful for the efforts of Mr. and Mrs. M elle, as well as organizers, volunteers and participants. The Cancer Care foundation assists local cancer patients, who are undergoing treatments, with their basic living expenses, said Marta Fiol, secretary for the foundation. These living expenses include rent and utilities, as well as pain and cancerr elated medications. N ot only does the Coloring the Causeway for a Cu re Walk help those undergoing cancer treatments, but it is a lovely time to enjoy a nice and wholesome walk with family and friends, Ms. F iol said. The third annual Coloring the Causeway for a Cu re Walk is Saturday, Fe b. 1 at Front Street Park in Melbourne at 9:45 a.m. The cost to participate is $10 for ages 12 and y ounger and $25 for ages 13 and older. Pr oceeds from the walk will benefit SCREW Cancer and the Cancer Care C enters Foundation. All walkers will receive colorful T-shirts and postevent refreshments. Fr ont Street Park is located at 2205 Front Str eet, Melbourne. F or more information, visit www.CCCFoundationInc.org, www.ScrewC ancer.com or https://smoothrunning.or g/2014-coloring-thecauseway-for-a-cure. LagoonFest to raise awareness of Lagoon plightMELBOURNE One group of Brevard County r esidents is hoping to raise awareness for the Indian River Lagoon this year. On Saturday, Feb. 1, Mar ine Resource Council will host the first LagoonF est 2014from 2-7 p.m. at the Ted Moorehead Lagoon House in Palm Bay in an effort to raise awareness to the ailing condition of the Indian River Lagoon. The goal of the event is to rally the community, in support of the Lagoon we r ely on for our quality of life, said Leesa Souto, executive director for Mar ine Resources Council. We lost more dolphins, manatees, sea birds and sports fish habitats in the Lagoon last year than we have in recorded history. The Lagoon is in crisis, and we all have a r ole to play in saving it. S ince July 2012, more than 100 manatees that live in the Indian River Lagoon have died, leading to multiple community efforts, including the opening of a research labUpcoming food packing event being documented for Guinness Book of W orld RecordsBy Deb AlbertoF or Hometown News See HUNGER, A2By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.comSee GROUND, A3By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See LAGOO N, A8F RIDA Y, JAN. 31 Souper Bowl of Caring F ood Drive: Ascension L utheran Church in Indian H arbour Beach supports the annual Souper Bowl of Car ing food drive. Mo re than 20 years ago, the S ouper Bowl of Caring began with a simple prayer from a single youth group. S ince that day, more than $98 million has been raised for local charities across the country through Souper Bo wl of Caring. Through this mission, people learn what its like to make a positive difference in the world, as they collect food, raise money and volunteer to work in charities that provide shelter to the homeless, food for the hungry and compassion to those in need. Y ou are invited to be part of this movement that is sharing Gods love with those in need. The drive runs now through Super Bowl Sunday on Feb. 2. Y ou may bring nonperishable food donations to Ascension Lutheran Church, 1053 Pinetree Drive, Indian H arbour Beach, Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and on Sunday from 9-11 a.m. Y our donations will go to support the local community through South Brevard S haring Center and the Daily Br ead. If you have questions, contact Ascension Lutheran Church at (321)-7731815. SHINE can help: The F lorida Department of Elder Affairs Serving Health I nsurance Needs of Elders Pr ogram (SHINE), in partnership with the Senior R esource Alliance, can provide assistance. SHINE has a special opportunity to help the wave of Boomers, who are r eaching the age for M edicare eligibility. I ndividuals new to M edicare may enroll during the Initial Enrollment Per iod, which is the sevenmonth period (birth month, plus the three months before and after) surrounding his or her 65th birthday. Dur ing this period, beneficiaries can enroll in M edicare Parts A, B, and D, or they may alternatively choose to enroll in a M edicare Advantage plan, with or without drug coverage. SHINE Counseling Sites: Cocoa Beach Public Library, 550 N. Brevard Ave., C ocoa Beach, (321) 323-9418See CALENDAR, A2Color the Causeway to help cancer victims

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F riday, January 31, 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! Does Your Pet Have What It Tak es To Be P et of the W eek?We r e asking you, our readers, to submit photos ofyour beloved pets for our Contest. T he Winner each week will be featured in our newspaper and will qualify to become our P et of the Year!781375 See this weeks winner for details on how to enter! Does Your Pet Have What It Tak es To Be 085907 Florida Space Coast Doll Club Doll Show & Sale Sat., Feb. 8, 2014 10am-3pmV eterans Memorial Complex 2285 Minton Rd., W est Melbourne, FL32904 Adults: $3.00; Children Under 5: FREE FREE PARKING! HANDICAP PARKING AVAILABLE!! www.FloridSpaceCoastDollClub.comRaffle for an American Girl Doll and her pony to benefit Arnold Palmer Childrens Hospital 781392 Creative Arts Foundation of Brevard,Inc.presentsBrevards Got Music Talent Brevards Got Music Talent Brevards 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 Music competition & performances. 12 local finalists, ages 13-18. First Prize $1000 Second Prize $500 Third Prize $250 781489Humane Society in need of volunteers for everyday tasksBRE V ARD I f y our N ew Y ear s R esolution was to volunteer y our time and give back to those in need, the C entr al B r ev ar d H umane S ociety has the per fect oppor tunity for y ou. On S atur day F eb 1, the C entr al B r ev ar d H umane S ociety will host a S helter V olunteer Or ientation fr om 9 to 10:30 a.m. for individuals who car e about the w elfar e of animals looking for their for ever homes Pr e-r egistr ation is r equir ed, and all volunteer applications must be complete pr ior to the star t of the V olunteer Or ientation P r ogr am. Those inter ested must be 16 or older to volunteer their time at the C entr al Br ev ar d H umane S ociety Ther e ar e many opportunities av ailable for volunteers at the shelter our four M olly M utt Thr ift S hops in M elbour ne M err itt I sland, P alm B ay and R ockledge the lo w cost spay and neuter and w ellness clinic, the r ecently opened M err itt I sland A doption C enter or as a S ociety Ambassador dur ing community outr each and off-site events said E ileen C ole media r elations manager All volunteer hours ar e done on a schedule that best fits the individual. V olunteers donate their time to our or ganization when their schedules allo w and ar e extr emely flexible in the ar eas that w e need assistance in, Ms C ole added. I t may be with our special events coming to the adoption centers to walk dogs br ushing or playing with the cats in our fr ee-r oaming cat r ooms washing food and water bo wls doing laundr y or helping the thr ift shops pr ice and sor t donated items for sale Ms C ole said those inter ested in volunteer ing for the C entr al B r ev ar d H umane S ociety can call or email the volunteer coor dinator to r egister for or ientation. The application for becoming a volunteer can be do wnloaded fr om www .C r itterS avers .com or an individual can stop b y the shelter in C ocoa, the M err itt I sland A doption C enter or any of the four M olly M utt Thr ift S hops to pick up a cop y V olunteers must br ing the application with them to the or ientation session. The or ientation session enables someone to have a str onger understanding about the H umane S ociety thr ough the histor y of the or ganization, as w ell as lear ning that it is a no kill for space facility that r eceives no suppor t fr om tax dollars Ms C ole said. I t also gives them the oppor tunity to tour the whole facility and see ho w the animals ar e car ed for One of the most difficult aspects about volunteer ing at the C entr al B r ev ar d H umane S ociety is seeing all of the animals at the shelter and adoption center that ar e looking for new for ever homes which can be quite o v er whelming to volunteers at times The most r ewar ding is when animals find car ing and lo ving individuals or families to call their o wn or their fr iend for life Ms C ole said. The C entr al B r ev ar d H umane S ociety will host a S helter V olunteer Or ientation on S atur day F eb 1 fr om 9 to 10:30 a.m. Pr e-r egistr ation is r equir ed, and all volunteer applications must be completed pr ior to the star t of the V olunteer Or ientation P r ogr am. Those inter ested in attending must w ear pants and closed-toed shoes The C entr al B r ev ar d H umane S ociety is located at 1020 C o x R oad, C ocoa. F or mor e information, contact the v olunteer coor dinator at (321) 6363343, Ext. 207, or email volunteer .coor dinator@cr it tersavers .com.By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometo wnne wsol.com r ighted. I would love other counties to duplicate or top what we are doing, he said. The Childrens Hunger Pr oject was founded on the belief that children need good nutrition to learn, and its business plan is simple: S ee a hungry kid. Feed the kid. The organization has made strides in providing meal packages for elementary school-aged children in need, who are living in various states of poverty, on the S pace Coast. R egistration is required to participate in the event, which will be held from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at The Clemente Center on the campus of Florida Institute of Technology. To r egister or for more information,email volunteer@thechildrenshungerproject.org I nclude the team name, team leaders name, phone number and e-mail address, plus the number of people y ou anticipate being on the team. V olunteer teams (adults and kids) of all sizes are welcomed to join in this historic event.P atsy Cole of Melbourne Beach (left) and Cindy Stewart of West Melbourne gather food for children in need in Brevard County during The Hunger Projects food-packing event last year. The ladies were two of about 2,000 volunteers to help out at the event. Photo by P aul Lepinskie HungerF rom page A1 A ttention, Brevard organizations, churches, nonprofits, clubs and businesses. H ometown News is putting together a calendar listing for its upcoming Celebrate Spr ing publication, and we need your help. If you have an upcoming event that youd like to promote that will take place between April 1, 2014, and S ept. 30, 2014, please email y our listing to news clerk M ike Hibbard at brevnews@hometownnewsol.com and type CELEBRATE SPRING in the subject line of your email. P lease include your event name, a brief description, the date and time of the event, address where it will be located, ticket price and a contact number for more information. The deadline for submissions is March 1, 2014, but the sooner the better. F or more information,call (321) 242-1013. Glenbrooke of Palm Bay, 815 Briar Creek Circle N.E., P alm Bay, (321) 956-3330 Martin Andersen Senior C enter, 1025 Florida Ave., R ockledge, (321) 631-7549 Palm Bay Senior Center, 1275 Culver Drive N.E., Palm Bay, (321) 724-1338 Parrish Senior Solutions C enter, 805-B Century M edical Drive, Titusville, (321) 268-6563 Satellite Beach Public Library, 751 Jamaica Road, S atellite Beach, (321) 4260261 Satellite Beach Recreation C enter, 1089 S. Patrick Drive, S atellite Beach, (321) 4260350 Sunflower House, Merritt I sland Square Mall, Merritt I sland, (321) 452-4341 Wickham Park Senior C enter, 2785 Leisure Way, M elbourne, (321) 757-0660 Wuesthoff Central B usiness, 375 Commerce Par kway, Rockledge, (321) 690-6661 Wuesthoff Homecare, 8060 Spyglass Hill Road, V iera, (321) 752-1511 A ppointments can be made by contacting the Elder H elpline at (800) 963-5337 or at www.floridashine.org. 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 r evised schedule in Brevard C ounty: 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 6 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. Teen authorscompetition: C urrently, The Creative Arts Foundation of Brevard is seeking entries for Teen A uthors of Brevard. It is searching for youngsters, who have a way with the written word for a short story competition. Help find those teenagers, who can invite the reader to enjoy a good story, and come away feeling informed and entertained. The application deadline is Jan. 31. F or more information,go to www.CAFOB.org or contact I nfo@CreativeArtsBrevard.or g. Monthly luncheon meeting reservations: The Br evard Federated Republican Women group will hold its monthly meeting at 11CalendarF rom page A1 See CALENDAR, A4 Help us Celebrate Spring KNOWLEDGEISATERRIBLETHING TOW ASTE... www.hometownnewsol.comSubscribe Today!

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1,401 students enrolled in all of EFSCs public safety programs. The building will be located on the southeast side of the Melbourne campus, next to the Dr. Joe Lee Smith Teaching Center, said John J. Glisch, associate vice president of communications at EFSC. J oining Dr. Richey at W ednesdays groundbreaking ceremony was Br evard County Sheriff W ayne Ivey, as well as other public safety leaders from across Brevard County. The Public Safety Institute building also marks the start of a planned expansion at EFSCs Melbourne campus, as college officials seek funding from the state legislature for three other new buildings, which will house the colleges growing business, health care and science, technology, engineering and math or STEM programs. The locations of the other three buildings will be determined, as part of a new master plan for the M elbourne campus that we expect to have completed in June, Mr. Glisch said. The buildings will be constructed as funds become available from the state legislature in coming y ears. The programs, to be housed in the three future buildings, include nine new bachelors degrees two of which were launched in fall 2013, with seven more scheduled to start in August 2014. S tudents enrolled in EFSCs Public Safety Institute will be able to complete their coursework in state-of-the-art classr ooms, once construction of the new building is complete. S pace has been planned for a mock jail cell, a mock courtroom, as well as labs and other facilities, where students will learn the latest in a variety of criminal justice fields. The new institute will be among the best in Florida and will provide students with the education and training they need to serve in critical public safety roles in our community, Mr. Glisch said. The new Public Safety In stitute building is scheduled to open in February 2015, replacing the aging public safety facilities on the Melbourne campus, which will be demolished. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 31, 2014 Melbourne A3 085909W ARNING:1-800-800-2580 www.shipcar.comY ou get what you pay for. What appears to be a better deal may get you nothing but headaches. Why risk it? Stick with the tried and true.Dont Take the Bait.Other transporters may say anythingto lure you into letting them ship your car North. The snowbirds favorite since 1980 SHIPPING YOUR CAR!!! 781426 781495 Need a Tutor?WE COME TO YOU!SAT/ACT Test Prep Add 3-5 points on your ACT or 250 to your SAT before it is too late! All Subjects K-12 Private One-on-One Professional Degreed Tutors Average 2 letter grade jump No Long Term ContractsCall 321-574-6575Call for a FREE Lesson! 081302SpaceCoastThyroidRelief.com Sneak Peek allows audience to select favorite films of the year BRE V ARD M o vie lo vers ar e encour aged to choose their favor ite film at a ser ies of sneak-peak scr eenings this y ear On S atur day F eb 15, Br ev ar d C ounty filmmakers R ay and M igdalia E ther idge ar e pr esenting a one-hour long scr eening of sever al shor t films all submitted b y I ndie filmmakers fr om all ov er the world. The audience will vote for their favor ite films to help judges make pr ogr amming decisions for the M inutes of F ame film festiv al in A ugust. W e ar e looking for people who like to watch I ndie films Mr E ther idge said. I f y ou like mo vies y ou (will) like to be able to par ticipate and vote for y our favor ite mo vie The scr eening will be the first of a ser ies of sneakpeek scr eenings scheduled until J uly The filmmakers said that mor e than 40 films will be sho wn dur ing the scr eenings some shor t and some full-length, and will include dr amas documentar ies comedies animations music videos and for eign films Mrs E ther idge said that, so far the filmmakers have not r eceived any films fr om Br ev ar d C ounty r esidents to scr een. S ome films ar e fr om F lor ida filmmakers as w ell fr om all o v er the U.S. and ar ound the world, she said. W e hope to sho w some films fr om B r ev ar d filmmakers but w e haven t r eceived any y et. S ince 2009, the M inutes of F ame film festiv al has had 10 film festiv als This y ear s festiv al will take place at the I nter national P alms R esor t in C ocoa B each on A ug. 30-31. The husband-and-wife filmmakers began pr oducing mo vies together as a hobb y in 2005, with most of their films shot in and ar ound their home N early all of their films have been sho w cased in film festiv als ar ound the U.S. Ther e will be six S neak P eeks held this y ear befor e the festiv al at the Kno wledge E x change in P alm B ay The dates for the scr eenings ar e: F eb 15 fr om 4-5 p .m.; M ar ch 15 fr om 2-3 p .m.; A pr il 12 fr om 2-3 p .m.; M ay 17 fr om 2-3 p .m.; J une 14 fr om 2-3 p .m.; and J uly 12 fr om 2-3 p .m. The next S neak P eak will be held on S atur day F eb 15 at 4 p .m. at the Kno wledge Ex change located at 5151 B abcock S t., in P alm B ay A dmission is fr ee and ther e is a capacity for 50 people F or mor e information, email r ayandmigdalia@aol.com or call (321) 984-7789.Lo c al filmmakers Ray and Migdalia Etheridge will host a series of sneak peeks, in which audience members will choose their favorite Indie films for inclusion in the 5 Minutes of F ame film festival. Photo courtesy of Ray and Migdalia Etheridge By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com GroundF rom page A1

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a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 5 at the H oliday Inn, 8298 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. The guest speaker will be P eter Feaman, national committeeman, who r epresents Florida Republicans at the Republican N ational Committee in W ashington, D.C. Mr. Feaman is a practicing trial attorney and was r ecognized by F lorida Trend magazine as one of Floridas E lite Lawyers in the field of business and commercial litigation in 2011. He is a published author of W ake Up, America and The Next Nightmare. The room opens at 11 a.m., with social networking. The speaker and program begin at 11:30 a.m. Re servations are necessary by Fr iday, Jan. 31 at noon to select luncheon choice. F or reservations and more information,call (321) 7271212. Chopper Dropper set for Su ntree Country Club: F lorida Institute of Technology is making plans for the S porting Affair XXII Golf T ourney and 11th annual Chopper Dropper, which will be held March 14 at the S untree Country Club. S porting Affair is the universitys biggest fundraiser for athletics scholarships and Chopper Dropper the helicopter drop of 2,000 numbered golf balls onto the green is the key event. The 2013 Sporting Affair grossed $480,000 for scholarships that support Panther student-athletes this academic year. The 2014 proceeds will help studentathletes with scholarships in 2014-15. Chopper Dropper raises funds by selling 2,000 numbered golf balls, at $100 each, and dropping them in a helicopter flyover. The ball that lands closest to the pin wins $50,000, and last year J osh Baker of Jacksonville held the ticket with that balls number. Other cash prizes are $10,000 and 15 prizes of $1,000 each for a total of $75,000 given away. The cocktail party is part of the fun, and one individual per $100 ball sponsorship may enjoy a generous selection of food, soft drinks, wine and beer from a variety of restaurant partners. S porting Affair proceeds consist of major sponsorships, the golf tourney, cocktail party, silent auction and raffle. T ickets are available at ChopperDropper.com. F or tickets and more information about the golf tourney and reception, contact Ashley Gardner at agardner@fit.edu or Matt K ilcullen at mkilcullen@fit.edu. R egistration is at ChopperDropper.com.SAT URDAY, FEB. 1 Project Appleseed Rifle Ma rksmanship Clinic Offered: R egistration begins at 8 a.m. and the clinic starts at 8:30 a.m. and will continue until 5 p.m. at 610 Hurley Blv d. S.W., Palm Bay. The event is Saturday and S unday, Feb. 1 and 2. Par ticipants are taught fundamental rifle marksmanship skills that are to allow a rifleman to be accurate out to 400 yards, with iron sights, standard r ifle and surplus ammo. M ost of the instruction at a Pr oject Appleseed event is conducted on the firing r ange at 25 yards, at reduced size targets to simulate 100400 yards. Students will learn safe gun-handling, proper use of a sling, and Revolutionary War history. P lease bring your own BREVARD Brevard C ounty residents are being asked to find the Courage to Remember, as a national H olocaust exhibit comes to C ocoa Beach this February. The Simon Wiesenthal C enters world-renowned T he Courage to Remember: The Holocaust 19331945 traveling exhibit will address the issue of antiS emitism, violence and discrimination by using education, said Ted Grover, executive director of F oundation for California. T oday, Holocaust education is more important than it has been in many years, he said. With the rise of hate crimes in our country and worldwide, it takes on new urgency. We must be forward-thinking, adapting the best techniques and means to educate all people about the lessons of the H olocaust. This exhibit helps to do just that. T he Holocaust is not just a chapter in a history book about the past, he said. R ather, these lessons are universal and relevant to our own time, and they r emind us of the imperative to speak out when groups are targeted because of their identity. This exhibit is instructive in how we must be vigilant and responsive to present-day dangers against people of all backgrounds in our society. A ribbon cutting ceremony will commence on M onday, Feb. 10 at 5:30 p.m. at the Cocoa Beach Country Club. In attendance at the r ibbon cutting ceremony will be leaders from the J ewish community, as well as civic, educational, business, government and community figures. A Holocaust survivor will provide remarks, presenting an opportunity for those in attendance to learn more about the tragic moment in history. The exhibit will be on display at the Cocoa Beach C ountry Club from Feb. 1127, Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Courage to Remember is a historical exhibit of the Holocaust, created by the Simon Wiesenthal C enter. S ince 1988, the exhibit has been viewed in dozens of countries across six continents, and it consists of 42 panels of photographs and text, giving a historical account the Nazis murderous campaign, in which nearly 11 million people lost their lives. W ith nearly 200 original photographs, in which, Mr. Gover said, many have never been seen by the general public, the exhibit provides a powerful insight into the Holocaust. H olocaust education is vital toward fostering an understanding among different communities, Mr. Gover said. (This exhibit) is one such tool to this end, and it reminds us, as free peoples, of our responsibility to protect our freedoms, work toward a more just society, improve the human condition and commit ourselves to what the famous Nazi hunter of B lessed Memory Mr. Simon W iesenthal said: Hope lives when people remember. The Courage to Remember: The Holocaust 19331945 exhibit ribbon cutting ceremony will be Monday, Fe b. 10, at 5:30 p.m. at the C ocoa Beach Country Club, located at 5000 Tom Warr iner Blvd., in Cocoa Beach. The opening ceremony is free and open to the public. A ll are encouraged to attend. To RSVP,contact Ted Gover at tedctr1@gmail.com or (562) 355-1325. The exhibit will run from Fe b. 11-27, Monday through Fr iday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p .m. F riday, January 31, 2014 A4 MelbourneHometown News 081543RESERVATIONSREQUIRED(321) 504-7776 x27032 Stadium Parkway Viera, FL 32940 www.durangolf.comF riday, February 14, 2014SWEETHEARTS DINNERLIVE ENTERTAINMENT V ALENTINES DAY V ALENTINES DAY 781374 FREESubscription FREEDeliveryCall 866-913-6397 to sign up or at subscriptions@HometownNewsOL.comHometown News 2013 Pet ofThe Year Dakota F ebruary is Pet Dental Health Month. Affecting about 85% of adult pets, periodontal disease is the most common disease in cats and dogs. It comes in four stages. 1. Gingivitis. The gums are inflamed and swollen, and there is plaque on the teeth. 2. Early Periodontitis. T he entire attached gum is red and swo llen, the mouth is painful, and he or she has bad breath. 3. Moderate Periodontitis. The gums are infected, bright red, and b leeding. The mouth is sore, and is affecting the petsbehavior and eating habits. And 4. Advanced P eriodonitis. There is a bacterial infection destroying the pets gums, teeth, and bone. Bacteria from the mouth is spreading through the b loodstream and causing damage to the organs. P eriodontal disease is a serious issue that can lead to other maladies throughout the body ifnot cared f or correctly. Luckily, it is preventable. It is a good idea to get y our dog and cat in for routine dental check up at your v eterinarians office. They may r ecommend a dental cleaning procedure, and also give you home care tips to help prevent this disease. Call your veterinarian f or more information and guidance. 081568T ails from the Vet Dr. Michael Ponte Dr. Michael Ponte (321) 254-1754 www.sarnoanimalhospital.com 781530 Exhibit helps remember tragedy find sense of hope By Chris Fishcfish@hometo wnne wsol.com Melbourne Beach artist displays Eclectic tasteBRE V ARD F or as long as B arbar a M ilfor d can r emember she has always lo ved ar t. Gr o wing up in H ambur g, Ger many the no w M e lbour ne B each r esident fr equented museums always admir ing impr essionist and moder n ar t. E ven in school, after the war w e w ent to visit sho ws of the I mpr essionists Mrs M ilfor d said. After tr aveling back and for th betw een E ur ope and the U.S., Mrs M ilfor d settled in I ndialantic in 1978, befor e mo ving to M elbour ne B each in 1982. The w ell-tr aveled ar tist has been named Ar t and Antique S tudio and G aller y s A r tist of the M onth for F ebr uar y Mrs M ilfor d s sho w E clectic, will take place on Fr iday F eb 7 at 5:30 p .m. at the studio in the Eau G allie Ar ts D istr ict, with viewing of her pieces av ailable thr oughout the month. W ith her ar twor ks display ed at many places such as the Eau G allie Y acht Club and the S edona Ar t M useum, Mrs M ilfor d has also embr aced the r ole as a student. S he has taken wor kshops fr om contempora ry ar tists F r itz v an E eden and Anne T empleton, as w ell as impr essionists W illiam Schultz, Lois Gr iffel, Howar d C arr and Charles So v ek. My favor ite medium is pastel because of the vibr ant colors Mrs M ilfor d said. I f I w er e to pick a favor ite painting of mine it would have to be the stilllife of or anges and a contempor ar y oil landscape called W etlands in S t. S imons W ith gor geous war m, br ight colors in her wor k, Mrs M ilfor d invites ar t lo vers of all kinds to her opening r eception at Ar t and Antique S tudio and G aller y I m looking for war d to the exposur e having fun and discussions about ar t with my fr iends Mrs M ilfor d said. P eople should come to enjo y my ar t. Ar t and Antique S tudio and G aller y will featur e B arbar a M ilfor d as F ebr uar y s Ar tist of the M onth, with an opening r eception for E clectic on F r iday F eb 7 at 5:30 p .m. A dmission is fr ee and r efr eshments will be ser ved. Ar t and Antique S tudio and G aller y is located at 1419 H ighland A v e ., M elbour ne F or mor e information, call (321) 253-5553. Photo courtesy of Lolly WaltonMelbourne Beach artist Barbara Milford is the February Artist of the Month at Art and Antique Studio and Gallery.By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com CalendarF rom page A2 See CALENDAR, A7

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 31, 2014 Melbourne A5 081006RECLINERS AS LOW AS$28888RECLINERS AS LOW AS$28888SOFAS AS LOW AS$68888SOFAS AS LOW AS$68888RECLINING SOFAS AS LOW AS$78888RECLINING SOFAS AS LOW AS$78888DISCOUNT ITEMSCLOSEOUTSOVERSTOCKSSPECIAL PURCHASESSHOWROOM ONE-OF-A KINDS 3710 N. U.S. 1 Cocoa (321) 639-3010Mon Sat 10am -7pm Sun Noon 5pm3451 W. New Haven Ave. W est Melbourne (321) 639-3010Mon Sat 9am 8pm Sun Noon 5pm F ree in-home design Schedule your free design consultation today. Locally Owned & Operated for Over 35 YearsLAZBOYOFBREVARD.COM Pictures are for illustration purposes onlyQUANTITIES ARE LIMITED! Police Report Melbourne P olice Department James Jackson Carter, 39, of 4625 Elena Way, Melbourne, was charged Jan. 17 with possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. James Allen Gray, 24, of 1113 Garfield St., Melbourne, was charged Jan. 17 with felony animal cruelty. James E. Rosasco, 71, of 4680 Highway A1A S., M elbourne, was charged J an. 17 with prostitution/lewdness, possession of drugs with intent to sell, using/displaying/carrying a firearm and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana. Termaine Cornelius K imbrough, 22, of 1510 U niversity Blvd. E., Melbourne, was charged Jan. 18 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling, grand larceny and resisting arrest without violence. Antwoine Marcarius Lee, 19, of 825 University Blvd. E., Melbourne, was charged J an. 18 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling and grand larceny. David S. Pickell, 32, of 2028 Stewart Road, Melbourne, was charged Jan. 18 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied conveyance and resisting arrest without violence. Harlen D. Jordan, 21, address unknown, was charged Jan. 19 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling, criminal mischief-property damage, resisting arrest without violence and felony on-site violation of probation. Andrew R. Manning, 46, of 2334 Golf Lake Circle, M elbourne, was charged J an. 19 with aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon. Dwaine Clay, 51, of 1807 F letcher St., Melbourne, was charged Jan. 22 with felony battery by strangulationdomestic violence.P alm Bay P olice Department Breanna V. Jordan, 23, of 1073 Hazlewood Drive, M elbourne, was charged J an. 17 with violation of probation, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of drug paraphernalia and felony on-site violation of probation. Joseph Raymond Alberts, 21, of 129 West Court, M elbourne, was charged J an. 23 with using a computer for obscene communication. Nestor Amdrasz, 39, of 6960 Mulberry Drive, M elbourne, was charged J an. 22 with driving without a license, attaching an unassigned tag, fraudgiving false ownership information to pawn items and dealing in stolen property. Leslie Cadet, 26, of 2413 G lasbern Circle, Melbourne, was charged Jan. 23 with grand theft auto. Satellite Beach P olice Department Spencer L. Harrison, 22, of 3456 Horse Creek Circle, M elbourne, was charged J an. 19 with shoplifting, larceny and possession of burglary tools with intent to use.W est Melbourne P olice Department Angela Marie P aulauskas, 19, of 2757 Whistler St., West Melbourne, was charged Jan. 23 with battery and felony battery by strangulationdomestic violence.Florida Highway Patrol Robert W. Young, 44, of 5316 Mansford Place, M elbourne, was charged J an. 22 with felony driving while license permanently re voked.Brevard County Sheriffs Office Cresson Horton, 30, of 1497 Breeze Lane, Melbourne, was charged Jan. 17 with dealing in stolen property and fraud-giving false ownership information to pawn items. Thierry J. Lettiere, 59, of 315 Masters Lane W., M elbourne, was charged J an. 17 with larceny. Benjamin Walker Walker, 36, of 226 Hollywood Blvd., We st Melbourne, was charged Jan. 17 with larceny and unarmed burglary of an unoccupied structure. Conroy Augustus Thompson, 21, of 7600 Greenboro Drive, West M elbourne, was charged J an. 18 with possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to sell, possession of drug paraphernalia and felony on-site violation of probation. Marco Antonio Rosado, 57, of 1383 Croftwood Drive, M elbourne, was charged J an. 20 on an out-of-county warrant. Heather Ann Ward, 29, of 2808 Burton Place, Melbourne, was charged Jan. 21 with failure to appear, possession of cocaine and fraud-giving false identification to a law enforcement officer. Jackson B. Whitmire, 35, of 790 Sunset Drive, Melbourne, was charged Jan. 21 with armed robbery and possession of a w eapon/ammo by a convicted felon. Jemil Markye Williams, 29, of 278 San Juan Circle, M elbourne, was charged J an. 21 with trafficking cocaine. Eric William Garvin, 17, of 1723 Guave Road, M elbourne, was charged J an. 22 with armed robbery and resisting arrest without violence. Deon Markey Glipsey, 17, of 515 Roberts St., Melbourne, was charged Jan. 22 with fleeing and eluding, re sisting arrest without violence and driving while license suspended. James Norton Haislip, 35, of 2275 Hickory Ave., M elbourne, was charged J an. 22 on an out-of-county warrant. Nelson Dennis Martinez, 22, of 1440 Malibu Circle, P alm Bay, was charged Jan. 23 with two counts of selling cocaine. Kerry Roy Mitchel, 58, of 3014 Fountainhead Circle, M elbourne, was charged Ja n. 23 with selling drugs and trafficking a controlled substance. Editors note: This is a list of arrests,not convictions, and all arrestees are presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty in a court of law. Business NewsRibbon cutting, grand openingThe Victoria Landing r ibbon cutting and grand opening will be from 4-6 p .m. Friday, Feb. 7 at 1279 H ouston St., Melbourne. Vi ctoria Landing is hosting an official ribbon cutting, in partnership with the Melbourne R egional Chamber of C ommerce. C ome tour Brevards only assisted living community directly on the Indian River Lagoon. Light refreshments will be provided. To schedule a tour, contact Kathleen Cummins at K athleen@victorialanding.com or Maxime S uchoski at M axime@victorialanding.com. F or more information, call (321) 622-6730 or visit www.victorialanding.com .Brevard AACN announces 2013 Critical Care Nurses of the Year winnersThese awards are based on excellence in nursing and voted for by the RNs peers. All Critical Care areas in Brevard County we re invited to participate. Each of these nurses has exemplary bedside nursing skills, are compassionate and are great patient advocates! The winners are Corinne D anielson of Wuesthoff H ospital Rockledge, Karyn M iller of Holmes Regional M edical Center SICU, C onnie Moore of Palm B ay Hospital, Sandy N inness of Viera Hospital, Deborah Raspa of H olmes Regional Medical C enter MICU. 2013 Nominees Honored are HRMC MICU J anet Stepp, Carla Arauz, M ichelle Tysenn, Michelle Ev erts, Marti Fernandez, B arbara Buzzo, HRMC SICU Elsa Cordier, R achael McConnell, N oami Wilson, HRMC C CICU Kim Gargalino, Ma rk S ullivan, Palm Bay H ospital Hansie Jean, Ca pe Canaveral Hosp Ellen Lough, Stacey M aingot, Linda Bartalot, J anine Shearer Wuesthoff Melbourne -Amanda Ro y Wuesthoff Rockledge Courtney Poe, N ick Earltinez. C ongratulations to all the winners and nominess. W inners received a plaque and membership to Brevard AACN for the y ear. Sandy Ninness was the winner of the drawing for a 1-year membership to National AACN. Philly Pretzel Fa ctory comes to MelbourneH istoric Downtown M elbourne will now have access to a traditional Nor theastern treat soft pretzels. P hilly Pretzel Factory will be opening its doors in February, serving customers soft pretzel twists, cinnamon-sugar twists, pretzel dogs and more. F or Melbourne resident and franchise owner Ron C ostanzo, the opening r epresents a new path from his previous work in construction and is truly a family affair, as Mr. C ostanzo will be opening the location, alongside his sister and brother-in-law. Located at 830 E. New Ha ven Ave., Melbourne, Mr. Costanzos Philly Pr etzel Factory will be connected to a Purple Co w Frozen yogurt toSee B USINESS, A7

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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!!! CONGRATULATIONS TOLASTWEEKS WINNEROF$200, TOBYBYARS OFORMONDBEACH! I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 081544WIN$100 WIN$100This W eeks Prize This W eeks Prize We are constantly told what to do with our bodies. I am told to wear a seatbelt when I am in a car to contain my body in case of an accident. I am told that I cannot do harm to my body so as to kill myself. O ur government has made many laws telling me what I can and cannot do with my body. If it were only the womans body involved I might agree with you though. It is not just a womans body. It is the life of a child, an unborn human offspring, that is being ended with an abortion.Not happy in the movie theaterU nfortunately, the closest movie theatre to my home is the one in West Melbourne. S ince Dec. 25, 2012, it has been a very unfavorable place to go see a picture. On this mentioned date, a woman told my buddy to move his seat. S ince then it has been very un-pleasurable, even if you go see a show as early as 2 p.m., like yesterday Nov. 22, 2013. I was trying to watch Catching Fire in peace, but did I get peace? Of course not. T wo adults walk all the way up to where I was sitting mind you, the eight viewing room was pretty empty anyway, they approached me, the man said out loud, It is pretty dark here. I got the hint, so I jumped over the seat to another row, because I did not want to be near them. That is one. T wo is the young girl with two other younger female children who were making so much noise I got up and said Silence! They not only shut up, but left. I thought, thank God, problem over. Nope. Another man and woman and these two are notorious for coming in 45 minutes before the end of each show, and start talking on both their cell phones. Like I said in my previous posts, I am just waiting for my lottery winning ticket, and I am so out of this hell hole called Brevard County. B ut before I leave, I will probably take in another show or two, and then I will be forced to sit down below with the geriatrics that smell like a drowned muskrat. Thanks West Melbourne, you ill-mannered community.Not happy with Affordable Care ActAs a life long Democrat, I suggest the Obama Administration and Democratic Senate scramble to boost the Affordable Care Act into the toilet and flush it like you would any unwanted turd. It s that bad. If they cannot see this, they are in denial and doomed to being the minority party in the future. T ake care of the few that have no insurance and get out of the way for the rest. Why are you screwing 90 percent to help the 10 percent? Reform interstate ins sales and do tort r eform to lower costs. This act increases my insurance: no $2,500 savings for anyone I know. Most are double or triple increases, unless y ou are poor and on Medicaid that gives substandard care. T ime to wake up my fellow Democrats. Time to wake up.Response to Made of greed and money onlyThe author begins by thanking Republicans, You have finally showed me what you are made of: greed and money and You dont care about the little guys. The country is in this state because you guys have sent so much work to China to be made. B usinesses relocate overseas because this country has highest corporate tax rate of all the industrial nations. Mo re than 70,000 pages of new regulations are created annually. We have uncompetitive labor rates created by unions, not to mention an army of lawyers ready to sue them out of business? If Americans didnt flock to Wal-Mart for the lowest prices, perhaps companies would not have to leave. Assume for a moment that no American company r elocated overseas. Would you be able to afford the items that you purchase today? How much more would you be willing to pay to have them stay? How many of these companies would be as bankrupt as General Motors? S tudents in business schools are not taught how to run a company with the least profit. Profitability is the primary goal of any business; and without it, the business will perish in the long run. Perhaps one reason that the small business failure rate is so high is that many cannot survive under the burden of numerous taxes and incomprehensible regulations. R ather than blaming Republicans for businesses relocating overseas, it would be more productive to understand the reasons why they do and correct them. I believe that (Former President Ronald) Reagan got it right when he said, W ell, the trouble with our liberal friends is not that they are ignorant, but that they know so much that isnt so.Regarding the recent rant, titled To clean up the waterways and moreI can rather understand how possibly this individual was not allowed to speak, as the non-verbals were probably similar to the verbals in their rant and their own narrow and close-mindedness. I will not address the golf courses, Kennedy Space Center or the agriculture issues, as do not have the expertise; but I would believe that those issues are addressed at various government levels regarding water pollution and usage. How ever, this individual then jumps off the issue that they raised, or were responding to, and goes into Brevard demographics: Then, there is the population of Brevard, by all the new incoming classy denizens, with their high-paying careers. F ollowed up with Attract high-paying companies to r elocate here, so you can tax them; and then you will have the finances to get rid of the population that is a drain, namely the retired. They suck up federal tax dollars like a straw. To that, I have the following statements to the parochial submitter of that rant. Y ou want high paying companies, but do not want new r esidents with high-paying careers. How does that happen? Y ou do not like the retired, as you expressed they suck up federal tax dollars like a straw. Hmmm! A ccording to the Social Security Administration, of the 142,570 beneficiaries in Brevard County, 98,735 are retired. If you utilize the average monthly benefit amount of $1,275, thats $15,300 each a year or $3,810 above the federal poverty level of $11,490 for an individual; and there are many retirees whose sole source of retirement income is just that Social Security but that is also a yearly economic impact of $1,510,645,500 just from the 98K plus retirees. So who is really sucking up the tax dollars, as I believe that most of those in the 60-plus bracket worked for 35-40 years; and they, or they and their employer, contributed to the system. What is unfortunate is that it is not segregated funds and goes into the general fund and utilized for whatever. Per haps you should look at those who have contributed nothing and expect and in some cases get numerous benefits, without doing anything or manipulating the system through fraud and abuse. S till, those in the 65-plus range (20-plus percent of the county population SOURCE: Florida Legislature Sept. 2013) are contributing as reflected in the following from the census data: Of a total of 198,371 households in the county, 23,363 are householders 65 years and older, which means they are contributing to the tax base via local tax assessments on their homes. There are also, all inclusive, 90,955 households with individuals 65 years and older (SOURCE: Census). Tw enty-seven-plus percent of Brevard public sector employment was in hospitality and retail, according to the BLS in 2009. It is not a far leap to surmise that most retirees utilize those two sectors and indirectly contribute to the economy through utilization of those services and, hopefully, job creation. To put another perspective on this get rid of the retiree population, which is a drain; in FY 2008, $585.73 million was paid to military and civilian retirees. Response to Too many on WelfareA recent rant claims too many people are on welfare, (and) our country is hurting because of this? Really? How about Corporate Welfare? No mention in this rant about that. These people buy expensive cars, he claims. Well, what information is he basing this claim on? How many is too many people needing assistance? How many people is he so sure buys expensive cars? It s an old tune, stereotyping people on welfare and food stamps. Does this ranter have any clue what red tape one must go through to qualify? Does this ranter know how little money you must make to be eligible to receive food stamps to feed your kids and how many veterans need this assistance? M any, many people who receive food stamps already work, in places like Wal-Mart and McDonalds, who refuse to pay their employees a living wage so they dont have to r ely on assistance. This ranter is clueless. (Its) sad that he would be stating facts that are untrue, instead of finding out how to actually help the poor. Su re, there is fraud in the system. There is fraud in everything. Y ou never hear about the stories where they have caught all the improvements that have been made. The fraud rate is actually much lower now than it has ever been. There are not enough workers in place to investigate this fraud since the cuts. This ranter claims he is on disability. He claims he is in pain. There is fraud in that too. Lots of people live in pain but still work. Live a healthier lifestyle and you may be able to help yourself. I often wonder myself how some people get SSI who dont seem like they need it. Reply to abortion not used for birth controlI n America, we do not dispose of humans by cutting them and ripping a life from a mother. That would be murder and a crime. A fetus is not considered a human. ( Those are) your words. In America, abortion does, in fact, consist of cutting and r ipping. I looked up the definition of fetus. This is what I found: unborn offspring: an unborn vertebrate at a stage when all the structural features of the adult are recognizable, especially an unborn human offspring after eight weeks of development. It seems that the dictionary might disagree with you about the humanity of a fetus. chosen to be performed while a fetus is not yet viable. Do you know the age of viability for a particular child? I doubt it. N ot only is it impossible to know if a child will live at any stage of development, children are surviving at younger and younger gestational ages. S ince the age of viability is constantly changing, it makes for a poor measure to determine when abortions should be allowed and when they shouldnt. N o one can tell you what to do with the body that you o wn. Evidently you have not been living in America for very long. VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, JAN. 31, 2014 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM A Key Lime favoriteMichelle Mock of Melbourne talks with the Mistress of Ceremonies Allison Walker of Central Florida News 13 during the Miss Florida Key Lime Pie contest at the Third Annual Key Lime Pie Festival Saturday, Jan. 18. The festival is sponsored by the Florida Key Lime Pie Company in Cocoa Village. Photo by Paul Lepinskie Got something to say? Email the Hometown Rants & Raves at brevnews@hometownnewsol.com or call (321) 242-1276. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 31, 2014 Melbourne A7 50%OFF50%OFF 081546www.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 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 JCs Bar-B-Que 081580 A 5-year-old Bearded Dragon, Otis is the scaly pet of Jack Baird of Melbourne Beach. Some of Otis favorite things to do are explore his backyard, hang out with Suki, the housecat and hunt for crickets. 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) ear/eye protection, rifle with sling and ammo, rifle mat, bug repellent, hat, sunscreen, a packed lunch, snacks, drinks and plenty of water to stay hydrated. A .22-caliber rifle allowed only. About 250 rounds of ammo will be needed per day. Mar ksmanship Clinic fees: A dults: $40 for one day/ $60 both days; youth y ounger than 18: $15 for one day/ $20 both days. A ctive duty military, law enforcement officers with ID, and elected officials are free. To r egister online,visit www.appleseedinfo.org. F or more information, contact Bruce Smith at (904) 424-3855 or email FL@appleseedinfo.org. Humane Society Shelter V olunteer Orientation: On S aturday, Feb. 1 the Central Br evard Humane Society will host its Shelter Volunteer Orientation (must be 16 or older to participate in the orientation program), from 9-10:30 a.m., at the Central Br evard Humane Society, 1020 Cox Road, Cocoa. The Central Brevard H umane Society is in need of dedicated individuals or groups, who care about the w elfare of animals. V olunteering opportunities are available at the shelter, its M olly Mutt Thrift Shops (Melbourne, Merritt Island, P alm Bay and Rockledge), the low cost spay/neuter & w ellness clinic, its Merritt I sland Adoption Center or as a Society Ambassador during community outreach (off-site) events. V olunteer activities may include walking dogs, socializing cats, grooming animals, shelter beautification projects; as well as retail help at the thrift shops and assisting with community education and adoption events. Pr e-registration is required. All volunteer applications must be completed prior to the start of the Volunteer Orientation Program. Dur ing orientation, wear long pants (no shorts) and closed-toed shoes (no flip flops). F or more information, contact the volunteer coordinator with the Central Br evard Humane Society at (321) 636-3343,Ext.207,or volunteer.coordinator@crittersavers.com. Panther women begin spring portion of season: The No. 4 Florida Tech P anthers Womens Golf Team will return to the course Feb. 1, as it begins spring play at the Tusculum Invitational. The tournament takes place at the Cougar Point Golf Club in Kiawah Island, S.C. It will be the first of five events for the Panthers before the championships get underway. After the Tusculum I nvitational, the Panthers will take part in the Lady Mocs Classic Feb. 17-18 in Lakeland. The two-day tournament hosted by Florida S outhern will take place at the Grasslands Golf Course. Mar ch 3-4 the Panthers will compete in the 38th Peggy Ki rk Bell Classic in Orlando. The Classic takes place in at the Tuscawilla Country Club. Mar ch 17-18, the Panthers will be in Miami Lakes for the Lady Bucs Invitational, hosted by Barry at Shulas Golf Club. The Panthers will then compete at the U.S. Womens I nvitational April 7-8 in Charlotte, N.C. at Pine Island C ountry Club. The championships will then begin for the Panthers Ap ri l 13-15 at the Sunshine S tate Conference Championships. The Panthers will compete for the SSC Championships at Lake Jovita C ountry Club in Dade City. The NCAA Div. II Super R egion II Tournament will also take place at Lake Jovita C ountry Club May 4-6. The NCAA Div. II National Championships will take place May 14-17 in Conover, N.C. at the Rock Barn Golf & S pa. F or the 2013-14 schedule, visit http://www.floridatechsports.com/wgolf/schedule. F or the 2013-14 roster,visit http://www.floridatechsports.com/wgolf/roster. CrossFit competition: Ma verick CrossFit, a locally o wned business in West M elbourne, is hosting a large-scale event Feb. 1-2, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 630 A tlantis Road, Melbourne. It will be a huge CrossFit competition, titled Ice M onster, and will bring about 200 athletes, plus another 200-300 spectators from all over Florida, to throw down and compete in the two-day CrossFit competition. There will be vendors selling all types of fitnessand nutrition-related items, as well as Paleo food being provided and sold by Fias R estaurant. F or more information,call (321) 821-4923,Ext.24,email Amber@MaverickCrossFit.co m or visit www.MaverickCrossFit.com.CalendarF rom page A4 See CALENDAR, A8complement the saltysw eet combinations of each product. A dditionally, the location, which has an old-fashioned r ailroad theme, will include an espresso bar and candy shoppe and will be commonly known as STATION 830. P hilly Pretzel Factory was founded in 1988 by Dan DiZ io and his college buddy, Len Lehman. After creating a unique soft pretzel recipe, the entrepreneurs began franchising and have since expanded to more than 100 franchised locations, primarily in the Northeast.BusinessF rom page A5

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(The event) is a showcase for community revelry and support for our Indian River Lagoon, she said. The event is a sounding board for the Lagoon, in more ways than one. I encourage anyone, who wants to show their support for the Lagoon, to be there. A $10 donation will allow entrance to the festival, as w ell as contribute to Marine R esources Councils new Lagoon Lifesavers program. Ms. Souto said that she would like to thank those, who helped make the event a possibility, including Vern Ni coli, who provided the art for the posters and T-shirts; Richard Carl, who arranged the musical guests; Kim K ines of Less Stress Events for organizing the food trucks; and event sponsor J otkoff Financial Group. Mar ine Resources Council is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that is dedicated to protecting and r estoring the Indian River Lagoon coast estuary for the economic, recreational, aesthetic and environmental use of the people of East C entral Florida. LagoonFest 2014 will be held at the Ted Moorehead Lagoon House at 3275 Dixie H ighway N.E., Palm Bay, on S aturday, Feb. 1, from 2-7 p .m. F or more information,visit www.MRCIRL.org.Photo by Paul LepinskieElementary school students Xavier Sparkman, 9, of Palm Bay, Sebastian Hume, 9, of Melbourne, Alexa Pilieci, 9, of P alm Bay, Abby Perez, 11, of Palm Bay, Sarah Troxle, 9, of Melbourne, Emily Ogborn, 9, of Palm Bay, Kalynn Billings, 1 0, of Palm Bay, Shelby Powell, 9, of Palm Bay, Tyler Fischer, 12, of Grant and Anthony Piliedi, 12, of Palm Bay trekked to the top of the Melbourne Causeway last fall, as part of the Hands Across the Lagoon event. On Feb. 1, Marine Resource Council will host the first LagoonFest 2 014 fat the Ted Moorehead Lagoon House in Palm Bay in an effort to raise awareness to the ailing condition of the Indian River Lagoon.LagoonF rom page A1 Eau Gallie High Baseball Alumni Game: G ame is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 1 from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Eau Gallie High School B aseball/Softball Complex. The event is free to play or free to just watch and enjoy the day with old teammates, classmates, friends, family, and fans, especially the Eau G allie Baseball Hall of Fame There will be a Homerun D erby Competition at 11 a.m. R egistration will start at 10:30 a.m. There will be a Classic 7 inning Eau Gallie Baseball Alumni Game at 12:30 p.m. C oncession will be open with hamburgers, hot dogs, drinks, candy, etc. At least come by and visit for lunch. Eau Gallie High Baseball shirts and hats will be available for sale at the concession stand. Fo r more information,call (321) 863-4536 or email C ollins.Robert@brevardschools.org. Melbourne Beach Public L ibrary events: Saturday, Feb. 1 at 10:30 a.m.: Chinese New Year Childrens Celebration. Join in for stories and crafts as we celebrate The Year of the H orse. Tuesday, Feb. 4 at 2 p.m.: J oin in as Florida author Tim Dorsey speaks about his crime caper novels and characters. Saturday, Feb. 15 at noon: V alentine Cookie Palooza. Join in for stories and cookiedough making. Feb. 27 through March 1: Fr iends of the Melbourne B each Library Book Sale, with a special preview on Feb. 27 from 10 a.m. to noon for Fr iends members only (may join at door). The library is located at 324 Oc ean Ave., Melbourne B each. F or more information,call (321) 956-5642.CalendarF rom page A7

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F riday, January 31, 2014 A10 MelbourneHometown News NOW SERVING!ORIGINAL NEWENGLAND SEAFOOD PIETHURS. THRU SUN.95Draft Beer1600 S. Wickham Rd., Melbourne409-8217 Now Open 7 Da y s A Week 11:00am 10:00pm 081449FRENCHDIPROASTBEEFCOOKED ONPREMISES ALLYOUCANEATSPAGHETTI LOBSTERROLLSNew England Seafood Specials includes Fries, Coleslaw or SaladFried Cod Fried Haddock Fried Oysters Fried Shrimp Fried Ipswich Clams Fried MahiStripsWEDNESDAY $7.95 THURSDAY We Now HaveVEALMARSALA&CHICKENMARSALAEvery Weekend Dr. Denture081570 Quality Dentures Reasonable Fees Competitive Prices Medicaid AcceptedOne Day Service for Relines and RepairsDeluxe Dentures Starting at $660 full set $400 singleAstron 1180 Hypoallergenic Acrylic available $50 extraCall for appointment: 321-259-1949313 N. BABCOCK ST. MELBOURNE FL Lic# 10444 A voiding Kitchen Nightmares (Part 2) By Mario StradiMost everyone knows its a huge sports weekend, and we here at ChefMarios Caf are expecting a good amount of covers, too. We dont open on Sundays though, and Ill likely be at a party watching the g ame. I invite you in Thursday, F riday or Saturday for your pre-game meal and a nice time! But now, let me pick up where I left offlast week. Y oull remember last week I hinted that at I wanted to make a move from the Houston area to Florida, and decided to put out a search party for a r estaurant. Part ofmy time spent in Houston was as a r estaurant consultant, helping new owners start up their own new ventures. So I knew what was involved, what it can cost,as w ell as what the typical pitfalls are.In May I began looking for a second generationspace, meaning a store that had been a r estaurant in the past. I did look into building a brand new place, but after costing it out at around a hundred dollars a square foot, and at threethousand square feet, well, you do the math! The hunt started in the Miami area, South Beach specifically. We pretty much came up empty. Still, I knew the right thing was going to come along. Sure enough, my friend R obert, who moved to Satellite Beach from South Carolina (his son is involved in a program here that enables him to achieve an Associates Degree when he graduates high school), invited me up to let me see a potential r estaurant. It turned out to be the former Colonnade, whose tenant was wavering, and whom indicated that he wanted out of his lease. The building seemed w ell situated, and was in the heart ofthe Eau Gallie Arts District. A deal was struck, and I targeted an opening date in the vicinity ofmid November. T here was absolutely no rush, as ev erything had to be done right. We went through the different liscensing procedures, and as the assorted permits were acquired the different types of wo rk commenced.Repairs, painting, and remodeling went into full swing. I had employees to hire and then properly train. My menu had to be designed, as w ell as my website. Connections had to be made in terms of protein providers, beverage v endors and installers/ re pairmen for heavy equipment. Not to mention a fresh produce guy, an advertising strategy, and a free hand to repel the wave ofsalespeople I got bombarded with. More next w eek!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 081445 Indoor Air Quality and New Flooring InstallationBy Jim KatehakisAll floor coverings have a life cy cle and eventually the time comes for replacement. The procedure in which this is done can make a huge difference in your indoor air quality and comfort level especially ifyou are prone to allergies, asthma or COPD. Proper remediation, using dust control temporary walls (ifapplicable), sanitizing the sub floor and using a low V OC seaming method all make a difference. Its hard to imagine just how m uch dirt, dust and organic matter we find under old carpet ev ery day. Previous water damage or even high moisture will propagate mold and mildew as well. We at K & Y Carpet One believe that not all flooring installations are created equal; ours is healthier. We start by v acuuming the existing carpet with a HEPA vacuum to minimize pollutants in the air w hen the old carpet is pulled up. After removing the old carpet and cushion (which we recycle), we v acuum the sub floor to r emove the remainder of pollutants. The sub floor is treated with a food-grade antimicrobial spray. This disinfects, protects and diminishes allergens, mold, mildew and bacteria in the installation area. The treatment also limits sub floor microorganisms from becoming airborne during installation as w ell as preserving the homes indoor air quality for the duration ofthe installation. T his treatment meets Indoor Air and Surface Quality Standards. Carpet cushion also plays a ro le in the overall scheme of indoor air quality. Using a cushion with a built-in antimicrobial inhibits the growth ofmold, mildew and odor causing bacteria. A moisture r esistant top layer prevents 98% ofspills from seeping through and is made ofhypo-allergenic, 100% recycled materials. T he method in which the carpet is seamed together can also be an irritant that can be eliminated with the proper equipment and training. Conventional seam irons use heat and direct contact with the seam tape adhesive. The result is considerable smoke that smells like burning plastic in your home. Utilizing the latest microwave technology eliminates the issue. The seaming iron is a microwave iron that heats the adhesive through the carpet. T here is no direct contact with the adhesive and therefore no smoke or plastic smell to inhale. It also gives a better looking and stronger seam. T echnological advances along with a better understanding of customer needs have become e vident in almost everything we do today. Flooring dealers who embrace technology and take the time to train and invest in the tools and materials will provide a far superior experience and finished product than those who settle for the status quo. Breathe easy; flooring installation doesnt have to be a worry anymore. Jim Katehakis is the owner ofK& Y Carpet One in Melbourne.He can be reached at (321) 725-0021.His website iswww.KandYCarpetOneMelbourne.com. 081446 By Mike C. NorthrupIr ecently visited the home ofa family friend. Framed photographs blanketed the walls ofher living room and a portrait ofa man and woman that appeared to be from the 1920s caught my eye. Th ey we re a striking couple I learned that they were her grandparents. Like many ofthe other photos on her walls, this portrait had begun to fade from a ge and years ofsun exposure. This friend had boxes ofprints, negatives, and slides that she had either taken herselfor had inherited over the years. Many of these irreplaceable memories had begun to fade too. Over time, the dyes in your prints, negatives, and slides begin to fade, discoloring your photos or making them look as ifthey are slowly disappearing. Luckily for all the family historians out there, there are some steps you can take to preserve protect your prints, negatives, and slides for future generations. First, when storing your photos, avoid direct sunlight, heat, and humidity. These environmental factors can cause damage to your prints, negatives, and slides and cause them to fade faster. We r ecommend that you use only PVCfree photo albums and avoid leaving boxes ofphotos in places like your garage or attic. Second, when displaying your photos, you can extend their life by putting them into frames with glass panes. This will help moderate the humidity and light exposure. For the best protection, we r ecommend custom framing with conservation and UVprotection glass. An Expert Custom Framer, like Southern Photos framer, can help you create a frame that will beautifully display your photographs while protecting them for years to come. T hird, always process your digital and film photos at a professional lab. Most inkjet paper and ink is not archival quality and will fade fast. When you print your photos at a drugstore, youre taking the chance that their machines arent well maintained, and a machine in need of maintenance can damage your photos or make them fade quicker. Further, many ofthese labs do not color correct your photos. When y ou print at Southern Photo, your photos will be processed on wellmaintained equipment with archival quality materials, and each image will be lovingly color corrected by a trained professional. Finally, Southern Photo can digitize your boxes ofprints, negatives, and slides so they will last forever. Instead ofleaving your photos and originals in a shoebox, bring them to us and we will scan and color correct each one and then place it on an archival-quality CD or DVD. We can digitize photos of any size and nearly any size negative. Not only will your digital copies last forever, but youll be ab le to easily share these memories with friends and family. J oin me next week on THE EDGE as we discuss how to restore damaged photos and preserve your home movies. 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.081440Preserving Your Photographic Memories(Part 2) W elcome to080483A series of informative articles from some of Melbournes Entrepreneurs Specials January 30-February 5081418 2135 Palm Bay Rd Palm Bay 32905321.726.8007Hours: Mon. Sat. 7:30-8 Sun. 8-7 FRESHPRODUCE! FRESHPRODUCE! FRESHPRODUCE! FRESHMEATS! FRESHMEATS! FRESHMEATS! 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Often times our mind can fa brica te a million r easons f or us to postpone In tur n, w e become our o wn w or st enem y slo wl y sa bota ging an y chance a t r eal pr o gr ess T he uni v er se wants to conspir e with us w or king cohesi v el y to war ds the same g oal. Ho w e v er in or der to r eap this syner gistic ef fect, w e m ust be bo ld. W e m ust be willing to face our fear s f lirt with the unkno wn and v entur e to the a bso lute limits of our comf ort zone W e m ust be willing to begin the jour ne y and tumb le head fir st do wn the ra b bit ho le At Ma v eric k Cr ossfit, w e use a quote tha t describes perfectl y the importance of getting started, Y ou don't ha v e to be gr ea t to start, b ut y ou ha v e to start to be gr ea t. An y f orwar d pr o gr ess re ga r dless of ho w small, will al wa ys tr ump the per petual stand still of waiting f or the perfect moment. T her e is no such thing T her e is no perfect moment. T her e is onl y no w and in this moment, w e ha v e the a bility to begin to change Ma v eric k Cr ossfit wants y ou to come as y ou ar e r eg ar dless of cur r ent ph ysical a bilities a thletic bac kgr ound or a ge T he Cr ossfit methodo lo gy is infinitel y scala b le T her e is no need to get in shape to start. W ithin our comm unity y ou will find Grandmother s students la w enf or cement of ficer s all wo r king side b y side T he y will be perf or ming similar mo v ements tha t pr o vide the safest and most ef fecti v e w or k out w hile maintaining the intended stim ulus Each w or k out will b uild upon the next. Y our momentum will b uild. Ev entuall y y our original g oals will become distant memories; mar k er s used to trac k pr o gr ess and serv e as a r eminder of ho w far y ou'v e come and ho w m uch further y ou still can g o As y ou r each y our g oals new ones will continuall y f or m. T he beauty is in the jour ne y T he destina tion is an e v er shifting horizon pr o viding y ou with a lifetime of moti v a tion. Our g oal is simple; to cr ea te mor e capa b le human beings W e want to help gi v e y ou the fr eedom to r un, pla y explor e and li v e a life fr ee of ph ysical limita tions T he pa th to fitness is not easy T he r esults w on't come without challenges T hese moments of fear and uncertainty allo w us the opportunity to be bra v e and despite our fear still tak e the fir st ste p Y ou w on't be alone W e will be right ther e with y ou, pr o viding dir ection, friendship and a hand to ho ld. All w e ask of y ou is to walk thr ough the door J ust start. J eff Crawf ord is a trainer at Ma v eric k Crossfit, located at 630 Atlantis R oad, Melbour ne He can be reac hed at (321) 345-9348 or at ma v eric kcr ossfit.com. Down the Rabbit Hole 081442 Pizza Bowl Weekend At Gennas PizzaBy Charles MarchicaIm running a Pizza Bowl W eekend Special from T hursday through Sunday to get you set for the exciting end to the NFL season. Now I g otta see a guy aboud a ting, but before I do.. W hen we ran out ofcolumn last week I had been writing a bout the remarkable amount of re peat business I get here at Gennas. I suppose its well deserved, as my staffand myself strive to make everyone who steps in the door feel like part of the family. This is a laborintensivebusiness, and since Im the first one in, ifsomebody comes through the door and wants a pizza or a sandwich at 9:30am, Im going to serve him.In my mind, this kind of care is key to a successful Italian place. Another is fresh ingredients, an area where your best Mom and Poptype establishments really try to get it right. We cannot spend millions ofdollars to advertise ev ery month, as your conveyor belt national companies do. I spend a good bulk ofmy marketing budget with the Hometown News, which works w ell for me. But it is a drop in the ocean in comparison. Moreover, we cant buy our food products in bulk either. Yet I see this as a good thing for the consumer.I get fresh ingredients ev ery single day. My sauce doesnt come out ofa plastic bag or a giant can. I make it fresh,personally, every morning. I use Grande cheese, a much higher quality cheese than is used elsewhere, and I dont mix it with something to lessen my cost. Its full strength, so to speak. I use Boars Head Meats.Naturally, the customer gets the benefit with a better tasting pizza. I do delegate some ofthe prep work. My prep cooks roll in at about 10:45am, and they handle the slicing the produce f or sandwiches and pizza, and all your basic prep work. To gether we work on adding new and flavorful items. This w eek Ive added an original Sicilian pizza (hint:you have to love onions for this one) and a sesame seed crust pizza well see how we do with those. I recommend the real New Yo rk Italian Style bread If y ouve never had it before, try it here and youll be hooked. I w ent the extra mile, no, eleven hundred miles, to make the bread just right. How? I now import water directly from New Yo rk to add to the recipes. It takes the bread over the top! It took about 4 months to arrange, and was well worth it. Tawkto you next week, ova cawfee. Charles Marchica is owner/operator ofGenna Pizza Company,4301 N.Wickham R oad.(321) 242-3003.Visit pizza4dinner.com 081443 081010 081554 Children Welcome Veneers Whitening Root Canals Crowns TMJDisorder One-Visit Restorations Dental Emergencies Seen Promptly Cosmetic Dentistry Dentures Implant RestorationsDental Insurance WelcomeMon-Tue-Thu 7:30-5:30 W ed 12:30-7:30$75John T. Bailey, DMDServing Brevard For 28 YearsJohn T. Bailey, DMD723-0938917 S. 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And w hile we may not have asthma, what we are breathing in might be adversely affecting our health and energy levels and that ev en that cold you think you have might just be an allergic r eaction to the thousands of chemicals we come in contact with each day. While some of these we can not control the ones we use each day we can do something about. Chemicals used to enhance a products smell or to mask the smells ofother chemical ingredients in perfumes, hair spray, body care products and soaps and shampoos all have a negative effect on your health. Until the 20th century, perfumes were made from natural ingredients derived directly from plants and animals, but in the effort to make them cheaper they also became more synthetic. The National Academy ofSciences re ports that 95% ofthe chemicals used in fragrances today are synthetic compounds derived from petroleum, including known toxins capable ofcausing cancer, birth defects, central nervous system disorders and allergic reactions. T he perfume industry is not r egulated at all, and they can put any number ofchemicals in fragrance without revealing wh at those are. The lungs, the nose, the skin, the eyes, and the brain can all be affected by these chemicals. Studies have shown that shortness ofbreath or asthmalike symptoms have been caused by fragrances. Most ofthe chemicals fragrances consist of are known to be respiratory irritants. Using only all natural body care, soap, shampoos and perfumes will help keep the body strong, clean and reduce r espiratory issues. R emoving all non natural air fresheners and cleaning products from your home, car and work area (if possible) will also help to r educe your exposure to these toxins. Simple use ofnatural oils like orange, peppermint and lemon will freshen the air, kill many airborne toxins and bacteria that cause bad smells. As for cleaning and disinfecting, Grapefruit Seed extract, orange and lemon oil based cleaning products wo rk great and they are green and non-toxic. Ifyou are still having low energy or breathing issues, all natural r emedies include: Co Q 10, Lobelia, Reishi mushroom and herbal formulas that help open airways. Next week to sleep, per chance to rest?Richard Hendry is operations manager ofNatures Market on 701 S.Apollo Blvd.in Melbourne.He can be reached at (321) 254-8688 or naturesmarketmelbourne.com 081444

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Out & about MELBOURNE Tw elve phenomenal music students will take to the stage next weekend, showcasing their talents in a one-of-akind competition. On Sunday, Feb. 9, the Cr eative Arts Foundation of Brevard, Inc. will host the Brevards Got Music T alent at 4 p.m. at the He negar Center in H istoric Downtown M elbourne. T ickets are $22 and can be purchased at the He negar Center or on the venues website. Fou nded in 2007, the Cr eative Arts Foundation is a nonprofit organization, committed to providing assistance and support to creative artists of Brevard County, with exceptional talents in the music, drama, dance, literature and visual arts fields. This is the fifth year the CAFOB will be hosting Bre va rd s G ot Music T alent. This show is a competition, based similarly to Americas Got Talent, where many youngsters are auditioned and only the top 12 become finalists, competing for cash prizes at the Henegar Center, said Marshall Frank, founder and president of the CAFOB. C ompeting in this y ears Brevards Got M usic Talent is Tomas Lopez, 16, a violinist; Ellie Richter, 13, a pianist; Charlotte Goodman, 18, a vocalist; Andrew Leonard, 13, a pianist; Rachel Ho, 16, on viola and violin; Daniel Grest, 15, a vocalist; M egan Hazlett, 16, a vocalist and pianist; Aleyna Brown, 17, on flute; Bethany Hargis, 15, on piano; Adeline Mor gan, 17, a vocalist; and Henry Goodman, 17, on violin. The program purpose is two-fold, Mr. Frank said. One a fundraiser for the Creative Arts F oundation of Brevard and two to give young, advanced musicians a stage to perform on and earn prizes to help with music ambitions. F irst prize will be awarded $1,000, while second prize will be awarded $500. The thirdplace winner will r eceive $250 and fourthplace will r eceive $125. P lacement will be determined by an all-star panel of three music teachers: Dr. R obert Lamb, maestro Richard Sabino and violinist Amy Jevitt. This show will also have a special appearance of last years winner at the conclusion, pianistPirates to invade the Treasure CoastPirates will invade the shores of Historic Fort Pierce for the annual Tr easure 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 F riday night for adults 18 and older. A large number of local and out-ofstate 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 Fo rt 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 F riday, 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 T reasure Coast, Hometown News, 99.7 Jack FM Radio, 93.7 the Breeze, 94.7 Hot Country, 101.3 Coast FM, Tobacco F ree Florida, Comfort Suites, Best W estern Plus, Storm Tight Windows, J.J. T aylor Distributing, Treasure Coast P arenting 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 greatly appreciated. A portion of the proceeds from the 2 014 Tr easure 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. F or more information, visit www.TreasureCoastPirateFest.com or call POTTC Events at (561) 792-9260.F ree Friday moviesT he Cocoa Beach Public Library will present the following free movies at 3 p.m. on Fridays: Jan. 31: Kon-Tiki Feb. 7: Earth F ree popcorn and refreshments will Capt.Hirams: Dave R ankin will play from 2-6 p .m., and the tailgate pajama party with Orange Av enue will be from 7:30 p .m. to 12:30 a.m. Saturday. The tailgate Super Bowl party with Hypersona will be from 2-6 p.m. Sunday. K evin McCullers will play from 6-10 p.m. Monday. C apt. Hirams is at 1580 U.S. H ighway 1, Sebastian. For more information,call (772) 589-4345. Captain Katannas: J ack Clutterham will play at 7 p .m. Friday. Katannas is at 4263 N. U.S. Highway 1, M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2531369. Coconuts on the Beach: Kar alyn & the Dawn Patrol will play at 7 p.m. Friday. C oconuts is at 2 Minutemen Causeway, Cocoa B each. F or more information,call (321) 784-1422. Earls Hideaway: The R oughhouse Band will play at 8:30 p.m. Friday. 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 information,call (321) 3830053. Gr ills at the Port: M uckfire will play at 8 p.m. Fr iday. Johnny Danger will play at 2 p.m., and Luna P earl will play at 8 p.m. S aturday. The Fabulous CTs will play at 3 p.m. S unday. Chris Miller will play at 6 p.m. Wednesday. Der ek 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: K attyshack will play at 7:30 p.m. Friday. P anama will play at 7:30 ARIES March 21/April 20Aries, there is more to you than meets the eye. You enjoy letting others get small glimpses of your true self, but this week they will get a lot of information all at once.TA URUS April 21/May 21F eeling restless, Taurus? Spend some time with a hobby that you enjoy, whether that is cooking in the kitchen or building something out in the garage.GEMINI May 22/June 21Others may have trouble reading you this week, Gemini. That's because you are putting forth a few different faces. It is better for all involved if you remain consistent.CA NCE R June 22/July 22Cancer, now is the time to introduce your family to a special friend of yours. T his person will be received graciously, so there is no need to fret about the meeting.LEO July 23/Aug. 23Leo, when you want to get something done, it is probably best if you do it yourself this week. This way you can bring your own unique approach to the task at hand.VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22Cash seems to be flowing out of your pockets this week, Virgo. You may want to sit down and make some adjustments to your spending habits so you can get your finances in order.See S CENE, B2 See SCOPES, B3T alented youth to compete for musical honor W eek of 1-31-2014See OUT, B2Club Scene By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com See T ALENT, B3 Henry Goodman Rachel Ho Dan Grest Aleyna Brown Adeline Morgan Ellie Richter Andrew Leonard T omas Lopes Bethany Hargis Megan Hazlett Charlotte Goodman Br evard CountyEntertainmentDining &SECTION B WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM FRIDAY, JAN. 31, 2014Melbourne 781393 1416 S. HARBOR CITY BLVD MELBOURNE, FL(321) 309-8989WWW.MELBOURNEVW.COM CALLNOWFORANAPPOINTMENTORSCHEDULEONLINE@www.MELBOURNEVW.COM PLEASEVISITOURWEBSITEFORADDITIONALSERVICESPECIALS. 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be provided. T hese movies tell stories about the human experience, with some natures grandest settings as a backdrop. F or more information, visit www.cocoabeachpubliclibrary.com or call (321) 8681104.Sweethearts BallT he Melbourne Municipal Bands Swingtime Dance Sweethearts Ball will be from 7-10 p.m. Friday, Jan. 31 at the Melbourne Auditorium, 615 E. Hibiscus Blvd., Melbourne. Dance with music by an 18member Big Band. T ickets cost $5 in advance or $7 at the door. Dance instruction is available from 6-7 p.m. for $5, payable to Laura Beers at www.adancersvoice.com. F or more information, visit www.melbournemunicipalband.org, email melb.band@cfl.rr.com or call (321) 724-0555.The Complete Works of William Shakespeare AbridgedT he Merritt Island High School Theatre Arts Department will present the hilarious show, The Complete Works of W illiam Shakespeare Abridged, Friday, Jan. 31 at 7 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 1 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Feb. 2 at 2 p.m. at 1 00 Mustang Way, Merritt Island. F or more information and reserved tickets, visit www.mihstheatrearts.com or b ought at the door for $8 each.Merle Haggard at the King CenterCountry musics 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/pro ducer/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. 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.A symphony for the palate to savorT he Brevard Symphony Orchestra seeks wine and food enthusiasts for the organizations premier fundraiser of the year, Symphony for the P alate. T his annual event will be held at the Eau Gallie Yacht Club on Saturday, Feb. 1 at 6 p.m., and will help raise funds to assist the BSOs educational programs, community outreach projects and live performances. A champagne reception kicks off a night of delectable fare, fine wines and exciting auctions. Guests will also have the opportunity to participate in a fabulous silent auction, teeming with fine wines, baskets and more. T he evening will feature a decadent five-course dinner with wine pairing, prepared by Chef Lance Cook and the culinary team of the Eau Gallie Y acht Club. W ines will be selected by Jay P ettigrew of Pettys Meat Market. Guests will then be treated to a thrilling live auction, filled with high-end specialty wines, exciting trips, and jewelry. T he highlight of the live auction will be JUBILEE, a painting commemorating the BS Os 60th Anniversary season. Painted by worldrenowned artist Frits van Eeden, the painting is also the official cover art for the orchestras 2013-14 program book. Van Eeden also donated the artwork to be sold at auction to raise funds for the BSO. Sponsorships begin at $250 and include admission into the event. All proceeds benefit the Brevard Symphony Orchestra. To purchase your sponsorship, call (321) 242-2024 or buy online at www.brevardsymphony.com.Grammy Award-winning musician, Carlos NunezT he Henegar Center for the Arts has announced a scheduled performance by Grammy W inning Spanish-Celtic 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. F or additional information, visit the centers website at www.henegar.org.L eague of Women Voters of the Space Coast honors Women of ActionT he League of Women V oters of the Space Coast honors Women of Action on F riday, Feb. 7. Five local women will be recognized for their achievements at a luncheon to be held at the Suntree Country Club, 1 Country Club Drive, Melbourne, at 11:30 a.m. T he keynote speaker will be Deirdre Macnab, president of the League of Women Voters of Florida. Ms. Macnab has been recognized by La Prensa newspaper as a Community Champion for their annual Mujeres Destacadas Awards, by the Florida Commission on the Status of Women as a recipient of its 2012 Florida Achievement Award and by the Orlando Sentinel as the 20 12 Most Influential Central Floridian of the Year. T he honorees include Joan Borders, Polly Cordell and Mary Eason, co-founders of Rolling Readers in Brevard; Maureen Rupe, president of Brevard Partnership for a Sustainable Future; and Alberta Wilson, chair of the Space Coast Chapter of the National Congress of Black W omen. T he cost is $30. RSVP to Doreen Archer with entre selection at (321) 62240 71. F riday, January 31, 2014 B2 MelbourneHometown NewsDINING & ENTERTAINMENT OutF rom page B1p .m. Saturday. Grills Riverside is at 6075 N. U.S. H ighway 1, Melbourne. For 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. The Ron Teixeira Trio will play from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday. The jam session will be from 7-11 p .m. Sunday. Steve Kirsner & Friends will play from 57:45 p.m., and Howard Laravea & Pearl Joy will play from 8 p.m. to midnight W ednesday. Linda Peterson will play from 7-11 p.m. Thursday. Heidis is at 7 N. Orlando Ave., Cocoa Beach. F or more information,call (321) 783-4559. Kenny Ds Grill & Bar: I sland Breezes will play from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday. The Frank Sinatra Tribute Sh ow will be from 9-11 p.m. S aturday. The Super Bowl party will be from 4-10 p.m. S unday. A karaoke contest with a chance to win a 10 DC recording session in N ashville will be from 8 p.m. to midnight Tuesday. Ladies N ight, with The Dating G ame, will be 7-9 p.m. W ednesday. 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 Phillips is from 5-9 p.m. on Mondays and is open to non-members. The Melbourne Elks is at 211 S. N ieman Ave., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 768-1744. Open Mikes: Fr iday is W ine Me Up jazz jam night from 7-10 p.m. Music showcases and special events night is 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday. Jazz jam night is from 6-9 p.m. M onday. Totally Open T uesday open jam with a full band is from 6-10 p.m. T uesday. WTF Wednesday C omedy Night (18 and older) is from 7:30-10 p.m. W ednesday. The rockin blues blues jam is from 6-10 p .m. Thursday. Open Mikes is inside Florida Discount M usic, 454 N. 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P anthers to begin baseball seasonThe Florida Tech Panthers and head coach Greg Berkemeier have released the 2014 baseball schedule. The first pitch of the 2014 season will be thrown on Feb. 1 at Andy Seminick-Les Hall Field when the Panthers host the Lions of North Alabama. The 2014 season kicks off for the Panthers with a three game series on Feb. 1-2 against North Alabama. The squad will then host F lorida Southern in a nonconference game on Feb. 4 before hitting the road for the first time. The Panthers will have eight road contests in the month of February against Limestone, Flagler, Erskine, and Barry. S unshine State Conference play for the Panthers begins on Feb. 28, when they host Nova Southeastern for a three game series. The games against the S harks are just the first three of the 24 total SSC games the Panthers have on their schedule. S andwiched in between SSC games are nonconference contests against Palm Beach A tlantic, Montevallo, West Georgia, Chestnut Hill, S outhern Connecticut S tate and Webber International. The regular season and SSC play will wrap up for the Panthers on May 4 with a double header against Tampa, the defending NCAA Division II National Champions. F or the full schedule and more information,visit http://www.floridatechsports.com/baseball/sche dule.Health First names chief administrative officerH ealth First has announced that Randy C urrin has been named Chief Administrative Officer for Health First C ape Canaveral Hospital. Mr. Currin previously served as Vice President of Growth & Development at H ealth First. In this senior leadership r ole, Mr. Currin will be r esponsible for growth and community outreach at H ealth First Cape C anaveral Hospital. He will also focus on continuing to develop the Health F irst Orthopedics & Sports M edicine and Health First N eurosciences services lines. S ince beginning his career with Health First in M ay 2012, he has led the successful launch of Br evards first Neurosciences program with continuous Interventional N euroradiology coverage (which represents one of only six in the state), implemented two new orthopedic centers and contributed to the improvement of a variety of quality measures. Mr. Currin earned his B achelor of Science degree from East Carolina University and his Master of B usiness Administration degree in Health Sector M anagement and Policy from the University of M iami. Pr ior to joining Health F irst, he served at HCA as the Vice President for Orthopedic/Spine/ N eurosurgical Service Line De velopment. Before joining HCA, he worked with Bristol-Myers Squibb as a specialty manager. V isit www.HealthFi rst.org for more information.NASA commercial crew partner achieves milestoneEngineers and safety specialists from NASA and S pace Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) met r ecently to review the safety of the Dragon spacecraft and Falcon 9 r ocket being developed to launch humans into lowEarth orbit later this decade. The detailed overview of safety practices the company is implementing was a major milestone for S paceX under a funded S pace Act Agreement with NASAs Commercial Crew Pr ogram. S paceX is one of NASAs commercial partners working to develop a new generation of U.S. spacecraft and rockets capable of transporting humans to and from low-Earth orbit from American soil. NASA intends to use new commercial systems to fly U.S. astronauts to and from the International S pace Station within the next four years. Sp aceX already has flown several cargo missions to the space station using its Dr agon spacecraft and F alcon 9 rocket, but those spacecraft have not yet transported astronauts. Through NASAs Commercial Crew Integrated Ca pability initiative, the company is deep into the design process of the integrated crew-capable F alcon 9 and Dragon spacecraft. This safety review was the ninth milestone for S paceX under the commercial crew agreement. The company is on track to complete all 15 of its milestones by the third quarter of 2014. F or more information about NASAs Commercial Crew Program and its aerospace industry partners,visit http://www.nasa.gov/com mercialcrew.Statewide domestic violence initiativeThe Brevard County S heriffs Office participated in a statewide operation, organized by the F lorida Sheriffs Association, targeting domestic violence with a focus of protecting children. As a result of Operation S afe Families, a 30-day effort, the Brevard County S heriffs Office completed 100 arrests for charges r elating to domestic violence. Domestic violence r elated crimes included: Warrants for domestic violence Writs for non-support Violations of domestic violence injunctions S tatewide, 33 Sheriffs Offices participated in the operation, which resulted in a total of 2,581 arrests. A ccording to the Florida D epartment of Law Enforcements 2012 U niform Crime Report, 108,046 domestic violence offenses were reported to F lorida law enforcement agencies, where 202 victims died as a result of the violence. This represents approximately 20 percent of all homicides in F lorida. The Florida Sheriffs Association Task Force is a combined effort of Florida S heriffs, focusing on coordination of statewide mutual aid, subject matter experts and providing a point of contact for statewide initiatives. The Task Force is committed to maintaining the quality of life that Floridians have come to expect and have therefore committed to performing proactive operations each y ear to deter criminal activity. Fo r additional information,contact Lt.Brandon L anza of the Sheriffs Office Criminal Investigative Ser vices at (321) 633-8400.Medical specialist group forms in countyPro viding healthcare services to patients in eight locations in Brevard C ounty, Parrish Medical Group represents 15 different medical specialties aimed at comprehensive health care from birth to elder care. This independent physician group of providers and advanced r egistered nurse practitioners is dedicated to one common goal using a collaborative, patientcentered approach to care. P arrish Medical Group physicians and ARNPs provide expertise in the areas of alternative medicine, behavior therapy, endocrinology, family practice, geriatrics, internal medicine, neurology, OB/GYN, orthopedics and sports medicine, pediatrics, physical medicine and rehabilitation, podiatry, and pulmonary. The group also includes critical care/ICU and hospitalists that serve patients at Parrish Medical C enter. A complete list of providers, including biographies, is available at www.parrishmedgroup.co m. The website also includes information on accepted insurance programs, news and office location maps. F or information about a provider in your area, contact the Parrish Medical Group referral line at (321) 268-6764 or visit www.ParrishMedGroup.co m. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, January 31, 2014 Melbourne B3 Community NotesLIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23Libra, your patience is wearing thin, but you need to keep your cool or you could end up in a sticky situation at work. Ride things out until the weekend arrives.SCORPI O Oct. 24/Nov. 22It isn't in your makeup to be meek, Scorpio. If something needs to be discussed, speak up and let others know your perspective on the situation.SAGITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21Sagittarius, a lucky streak has you excited to test your good fortune. Ride this wave, but do not go through all of your money in one fell swoop. That can spell trouble.CAPRICORN Dec. 22/Jan. 20Capricorn, you have been doing a lot of waiting around, but now your patience is bound to pay off. You just need to wait a little while longer to bear the fruits of your labors.AQ UARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18Aquarius, a big adventure is on the horizon. The trouble is, you do not know what to expect and what to bring along for the ride. T hings will come into focus soon.PIS CE S Feb. 19/March 20Y ou need to take a rest, Pisces. Otherwise, you will burn out very quickly. F riends are urging you to slow down this week.ScopesF rom page B1 Elizabeth Hargis, Mr. Fr ank added. After hosting auditions in November and December, Mr. Frank is very excited to present Februarys show. This is our fifth year hosting this show, and we are looking forward to enjoying exceptional talent among kids in the 13to 18-year-old bracket, he said. One finalist is qualified, performing on two instruments violin and viola. W ith seven girls and four boys all of whom are surely on their way to musical success Breva rd s G ot Music Talent is sure to be an excellent event for all to attend. P eople, who appreciate exceptional musical talent, love this show every year, Mr. Frank said. These youngsters are the best of the best, and the show will be emceed by yours truly. The Creative Arts F oundation of Brevard, Inc ., will host the Breva rd s G ot Music Talent competition on Sunday, Fe b. 9 at 4 p.m. at the He negar Center in downtown Melbourne. T ickets are $22 and can be purchased at the He negar Center or online at www.henegar.org. F or more information about the CAFOB,visit www.CAFOB.org.T alentF rom page B1 2161 AURORA RD. MELBOURNE 321-421-6277 Visit Us Online:www.brevardaidtoanimals.comBREVARDAIDTOANIMALSNow Open for Vet Care Wed 7-4, Th, Fri, Sat. 7-4 Sick Walk-Ins Welcome! 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Daniel F. ReynoldsD aniel F. Reynolds, 64, of P alm Bay, died Monday, Jan. 13, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Sakai Shoji MekolitesS akai Shoji Mekolites, 80, of Melbourne, died Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Scott William Lutz Jr.Scott William Lutz Jr., 20, of Palm Bay, died Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Jamie Marie EvertsJ amie Marie Everts, 33, of M elbourne, died Thursday, J an. 16, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.P atricia L ouise RodriguezP atricia Louise Rodriguez, 83, of Melbourne, died Fr iday, Jan. 17, 2014. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, Melbourne.Donald K evin GallowayDonald Kevin Galloway, 55, of Palm Bay, died S unday, Jan. 19, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Ralph E. PageR alph E. Page, 80, of M elbourne, died Sunday, J an. 19, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Conrad John Korecky Jr.Co nrad John Korecky Jr., 50, of Melbourne, died S unday, Jan. 19, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Palm Bay. F riday, January 31, 2014 B4 MelbourneHometown News Military NewsJ onathan A.Dixon Air Force Reserve Airman J onathan A. Dixon graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen, who complete basic training, earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community C ollege of the Air Force. Airman Dixon is the son of Scott and Gosia Dixon of We st Melbourne. He is a 2011 graduate of Co venant Christian School, P alm Bay. V ito M.Maltese Air Force Airman Vito M. M altese graduated from basic military training at J oint Base San AntonioLackland, San Antonio, T exas. Airman Maltese is the son of Melissa Maltese of M elbourne. He is a 2012 graduate of M elbourne High School. Richard M.Stoiber Air Force Airman First Class Richard M. Stoiber graduated from basic military training at Joint B ase San Antonio-Lackland, S an Antonio, Texas. Airman First Class Stoiber is the son of Dave Stoiber of P alm Bay. He is a 2010 graduate of P alm Bay High School, M elbourne. Mi randa S.Berrios Army Pvt. Miranda S. B errios has graduated from basic combat training at Fo rt J ackson, Columbia, S.C. Pvt. Berrios is the daughter of Donna Sapia and Mar io Berrios, both of Palm Bay. S he is a 2013 graduate of P alm Bay High School, M elbourne. Richard J.Riojas Air Force Airman Richard J. Riojas graduated from basic military training at J oint Base San AntonioLackland, San Antonio, T exas. Airman Riojas is the son of D aniel Riojas of Melbourne. He is a 2010 graduate of Eau Gallie High School, M elbourne. Z achary T.Slate Air Force Airman First Class Zachary T. Slate graduated from basic military training at Joint B ase San Antonio-Lackland, S an Antonio, Texas. Airman First Class Slate is the son of James and Vicki S late of West Melbourne. He is a 2004 graduate of M elbourne High School. M atthew L.Ferland Army Pfc. Matthew L. F erland has graduated from basic combat training at Fo rt J ackson, Columbia, S.C. Pfc. Ferland is the son of Anna Ferland and grandson of Greg Denny, both of M elbourne. He is a 2011 graduate of V iera High School. 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F riday, January 31, 2014 B8 MelbourneHometown News Ladies Night 4pm-9pm Buy 1 Dinner, Get 1 FREE of same or lesser valuedT U EBabyBacks with two choice sides 1 /2 rack $6.95 ~ Fullrack $10.95 18 Pizza $7.99 eat in or take out D INNER SPECIALS 4-9 PMHE Y,PALMBAY&MELBOURNE... HE Y,PALMBAY&MELBOURNE...VISITORCALLFOR FURTHER INF ORMATIONThese are National Tribute Bands that perform just like the originals ... note for note.T ickets On Sale at TicketRiver.com or KennyDs box office. EVERYSUNDAY:$2DRAFTS$1.50P IZZAW E D HAPPYHOUR$1.50 Drafts $2 Wells $3 Wines $1.50 PizzaMon-Sat11am-7pmHomemade pasta with a fresh salad, FRE Edr aft beer, wine or soft drink $6.9518 Pizza $7.99 eat in or take outReggae with Island Breezes January 31 F rank Sinatra February 1 T emptations/Four Tops February 7 Dean Martin February 8 Marilyn Monroe Valentines Day Feb. 14 NeilDiamond -February 15 Bon Jovi February 22 KISSALIVEFebruary 28 Tim McGraw March 1 Bruce Springsteen March 7 L ed Zeppelin March 8 SPORTSREPLAY50 Years of the Greatest SportsKARAOKET ry KennyDs Famous Stone Oven Pizza Free Delivery! SATURDAYNIGHTS 8 PM V alentines Day Special Dinner for Two$5995V alentines Day SpecialIncludes:B EVERAGEEACHGlass of House Wine A Domestic Beer Soft DrinkBREAD, HOUSESALAD EACH&CHOICEOFAPPETIZERTOSHAREClams Casino Stuffed Mushrooms Eggplant RollitiniA DELICIOUSENTREEEACH Heart Shaped Ravioli Stuffed with fresh goat cheese, mascarpone, roasted garlic and sun dried tomatoes in a light tomato pink sauce. So romantic! London Broil Marinated and sliced thin with sauce Madagascar. Served with asparagus and roasted red bliss potatoes. A rich, delicious beef dish. P an Seared Sea Scallops T opped with caviar in a lobster tomato pernod cream. Served with a sun dried tomato pesto risotto cake and asparagus. Succulent morsels of the sea! Roasted Stuffed Cornish Hen Roasted in a Chardonnay white wine lemon sauce brimming with sausage and broccoli rabe with a sweet Vidalia onion chardonnay. Served with asparagus and roasted red bliss potatoes. A true classic! Lasagna Roll Ups Ricotta, mozzarella &Pecorino Romano cheeses and spinach, onion and pancetta rolled and topped with a freshly made San Marzano tomato sauce with pancetta, onion and garlic. Light, breezy &delicious!COFFEE, TEA, ESPRESSO ORCAPPUCCINO ANDADECADENTD ESSERTTOSHARE Chocolate So Chocolate Cannoli Our homemade cannoli filling with ricotta &mascarpone cheeses sprinkled with vanilla &chocolate chips. Amore! T iramisu (pick me up) Lady finger cakes soaked in espresso and coffee liqueur layered with mascarpone cheese. Topped off with chocolate powder. Gustare! Strawberries Romano F resh strawberries in a sweetened chilled red wine and fresh lemon sauce. Simple and delicious! Chocolate Mousse Cake Delicious chocolate cake layered with a decadent chocolate mousse and hugged with ganache. Heavenly!5935 S. A1A Hwy Melbourne Beach 321 -723-0383 Call for reservations!Marilyn Monroe V alentines Day F ebruary 14, 2014 Marilyn Monroe V alentines Day F ebruary 14, 2014 www .KENNYDSGRILL.COM 4 711B ABCOCKSTREET PALMBAY321-724-9462 LADI ESNIGHT/80S N IGHTLadies Drinks 2-for-1 The Dating Game @7 pm Sight & Sounds of the 80s 9pm-closeT H UWhole Maine 1-1/4 lb Lobster with 2 sides Fresh Corn on the Cob &Homemade Cole Slaw $14.95 OPENJAMwithSWAMPFOXS U NT EXAS HOLD-EMTOURNAMENT W atchThe NFL Playoffs on our 1 50Large Screen & 40 More TVs!000000M O NUnlimited Hot and Cold BuffetThere is no better place to watch The Big Game!BI GT Vs BIGFUN Great FoodP asta, pizza, wings, sliders, nachos, salsa, fries, pinwheels, meatballs, sausage and peppers, rippers, heroes, club sandwiches, shrimp boat, cheeses platters, veggie platters, salad platters, fruit platters, dessert platters, nuts, chips, pretzels, ice cream cones, and much, much more!Unlimited Hot and Cold Buffet SPECIALTRIBUTESHOW ATHALFTIME! SPECIALTRIBUTESHOW ATHALFTIME!$2000 Guess Total Yards for Both Teams $500 Guess The Winner and Final Score $1 00 Guess Total Rushing Yards $1 00 Guess Total Passing YardsOVER $2500 INPRIZES! OVER $2500 INPRIZES! T ickets only $10 in advance$15 at the door