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Brevard T eacher of Y ear remains humbleBREVARD Atlantis Elementary School is now the home to its third Br evard County Teacher of the Year in less than a decade. On Thursday, Jan. 30, M atthew Yount, a sixy ear veteran of Brevard P ublic Schools and a sixth-grade math teacher at Atlantis Elementary in Po rt S t. John, was named the Brevard County T eacher of the Year. Mr. Yount, who r eceived the honor during the third-annual A pplauding Brevards Champions Awards ceremony at the King C enter for the Performing Arts, marks the third time since 2007 that an A tlantis Elementary School teacher received this top honor. I t s an unbelievable honor and blessing because I know what amazing teachers we have in Brevard County, he said. I am humbled, y et excited, to represent such a hard-working, selfless and skilled group of people. Mr. Yount said that growing up, he originally intended to be a lawyer, but his life took a different path. I originally went to school to become an Army JAG officer (lawyer), but realized God had different plans for me. I thought back to my childhood, and some of my fondest memories we re working with my little sister, who has Down syndrome, and her classmates and friends, he said. So, I decided to switch schools and change my major to pursue a degree in exceptional education. C ynthia Adams, principal of Atlantis Elementary School, said that the award could not have gone to a more deserving educator, who she described as having a wonderful sense of humor and one, who engages his students. Adoption event helps hundreds of Space Coast pets find homes MELBOURNE Hundreds of pets found loving homes on Jan. 25-26 at a M ega Adoption Event, hosted by local animal welfare agencies. Br evard Community M ega Adoptions, which consists of the SPCA of Brevar d, Brevard County Animal Services, Brevard Aiding S helter Animals Project, H ope for Brevard, the Central Brevard Humane Society and the Space Coast F eline Network, hosted its first Mega Adoption Event of the new year at the Azan Shr ine Center in Melbourne. The weekend saw 277 animals find a new place to live, including 149 cats and 128 dogs. P eople love Mega Adoption Events and other types of off-site adoption events because many of them will never enter a shelter, even a no-kill one, like the SPCA, S usan Naylor, media specialist for SPCA of North Br evard, Inc. Adoption events allow people to save the life of a shelter animal, which makes them feel good without ever having to step foot in a shelter. Plus, they have the added bonus of finding a new best friend. Ms. Naylor said that it is M ega Adoption Events that help Brevard County move 781535 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 V ol. 10, No. 29 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Feb. 7, 2014 081314 50%OFFGift Certificates for Dining, Golf, Hotels & Much More!!!www.HometownNewsOL.com Featuring: Land &Sea Thai Fusion FRIDAY, FEB. 7 Butterfly hike at the center: The Barrier Island C enter, 8385 S. Highway A1A, M elbourne Beach, will present A ttracting Pollinators and B utterfly Hike at 11 a.m. Frid ay, Feb. 7. C ost is $12. Call ahead to enroll. F or more information,call (321) 723-3556 or visit www.barrierislandcenter.com Women votersguest speaker: The League of W omen Voters Space Coast will host guest speaker Deirdre M acnab, president of the League of Women Voters of F lorida at 11:30 a.m. Friday, Fe b. 7 at the Suntree Country Club, 1 Country Club Drive, M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 254-7183 or visit www.lwv-spacecoast.org. SSWD group to meet in C ocoa Beach: The Single, S eparated, Widowed and Di vorced group will meet for lunch at the Floridas Seafood and Bar Grill, 480 W. Cocoa B each Causeway, Cocoa B each, on Friday, Feb. 7 at 12:30 p.m. All are welcome to join the group. P lease call (321) 868-7775 for details. Crane Community Center events: Kids Klub (5-11 years): Fr iday Feb. 7 and 28, 4:30-8:30 p .m. Video Game Domination (ages 14-17): Friday, Feb. 7, 8:45-11:15 p.m. Fabric Painting (Floral): M onday, Feb. 10, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Kids Valentines Party (6-12 y ears): Friday, Feb. 14, 6-10 p .m. No School Day Camp (6-12 y ears): Monday, Feb. 17, 7:15 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. Urban Hunting Dogs: T uesday, Feb. 18 (four weeks), 5:45-6:45 p.m. Rummage Sale: Friday, Feb. 21 and Saturday, Feb. 22, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Glass Painting: Monday, Fe b. 24, 10 a.m. to noon. Yoga Thursdays: Feb. 27 (four weeks), 5:45-6:45 p.m. The Crane Community C enter is at 1440 Mosswood Dr ive, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 255-4609. Chowder Cook-Off: The 29th Annual Chowder CookOff with a Twist will be held on Fr iday, Feb. 7 at Cruise Ter minal No. 4 in Port C anaveral. The event is open to the public, with the V.I.P. admission beginning at 5 p.m. and the general admission at 6 FOOD B1 INDEXC HEESESTEAKSCalendarA1 ClassifiedB7 Crossword B6 Horoscopes B1 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Club Scene B1 V iewpoint A6Community CalendarSee CALENDAR, A2 Double-trouble on the field Photo by Paul LepinskieLuke Kelly, 7, of Melbourne gives the ball a kick, while his twin brother Mark observes the play, during a soccer game,held at Melbourne Central Catholic High School sports field Saturday, Feb. 1. His team, from Ascension Catholic School, played against the first-graders of St. Josephs. EFSC offers law enforcement programMELBOURNE As children, many dreamed of becoming a law enforcement officer saving lives and helping the community. Eastern Florida State College is offering a unique opportunity for those, who are Correctional Officers, to apply to a special Correctional Officer Cross-Over to Law Enforcement Officer A cademy. The deadline to apply for this part-time academy is Fr iday, Feb. 28. The program is set to begin on M onday, April 7. A pplicants must possess a current Correctional Officer Certification in the state of Florida, or have completed the Corrections Academy within the last four y ears and passed the Corr ectional Officer State Certification Exam, said Melissa W alker, advanced and specialized training coordinator at EFSCs Public Safety I nstitute. I nterested candidates for the 2014 Correctional Officer Cross-Over to Law Enforcement Officer Academy must complete a specialized application process with the Public Safety Institute. Tw enty-four students will be accepted into the program, Ms. Walker said. The part-time program will begin on Monday, April 7 and run Monday through Thursday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p .m., with some Saturdays at the Public Safety Institute on EFSCs Melbourne campus. The program is 489 hours of instruction over 24 w eeks, Ms. Walker said. Gr aduates earn a Postsecondary Adult Vocational certificate. S ome of the classes in the Zoo celebrates 20th anniversary, Brick-DayMELBOURNE Twenty y ears ago, 70,000 students from all over the Space C oast were given a special opportunity, which laid the foundation for the Brevard Zoo. These students created special bricks some decorated with stones, initials and their names that would create the walkways for the Zoo. To this day, the bricks r emain the very stepping stones throughout the Breva rd Zo o, guiding visitors to and from the many exhibits it has to offer. On Saturday, Feb. 8 and S unday, Feb. 9, the Brevard Z oo invites these now g ro wn-up children, as w ell as the community, to celebrate Happy BrickD ay Weekend from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Regular Zoo admission applies. The Zoo has experienced tremendous growth since opening in 1994, with P aws On and the Latin America loop, said Cheri Pur nell, director of membership programs. We added Wild Florida, Australasia and Expedition Africa loops, a fun train ride giving guests the opportunity to see animals otherwise not viewable did a total renovation of the original Paws On, to include a water play area, a 20,000gallon aquarium and other interactive experiences. Along with these additions, Brevard Zoos animal collection has grown substantially. W e currently have more than 880 animals, representing 182 species, located in Florida, South America, Africa, Asia and Australia, and our conservation programs continue to expand, Ms. Purnell added. The Zoo prides itself on carrying out its mission of W ildlife Conservation, through education andBy Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com See LA W, A4By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com See BRICK DAY, A9By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See ADOPTION, A3By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See TEACHER, A9 HERE, KITTY KITTY Jack loves chasing lizards and snuggling P ageA7 INSIDE

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p .m. General Admission to the event is $20 per person in advance and $25 at the door. This years V.I.P. party is going to be the best yet! V.I.P. admission ticket includes early admission, sampling without the crowds, a complementary beer or wine, a special giveaway, early silent auction bidding, and one out of eight V .I.P. attendees will receive a door prize. All tickets sold will be entered in a grand prize drawing. The Chowder Cook-Off with a Twist is hosted by the C onvention and Visitors Bur eau of the Cocoa Beach R egional Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by the C anaveral Port Authority, Ron J on Surf Shop, Victory Casino Cr uises and Walkabout Golf Club. This is a great opportunity to sample foods from local r estaurants and support the tourism community. T ickets are available at V isitCocoaBeach.com, the C ocoa Beach Regional Chamber of Commerce office (400 Fortenberry Road, Merritt I sland), the CVBs Tourist I nformation Center (8501 Astronaut Blvd., Cape C anaveral), The Exploration Tow er in Port Canaveral, Baja Ta vern and Eats, Grills Seafood in Port Canaveral, Rustys S eafood in Port Canaveral, F ishlips in Port Canaveral, M illikens Reef, Wild Ocean S eafood Market in Titusville and Port Canaveral and all Cr est Cleaners locations. All admission includes sample tastings of all chowders, appetizers and desserts, hors doeuvres, a cash bar, silent auction, drawings and live entertainment. Ev ent information is available at www.VisitCocoaBeach.com and www.CocoaBeachChamber.co m. Black History Celebration: Fr iday, Feb. 7 at 6 p.m. at the Grant Street Community C enter, 2547 Grant St., M elbourne. In conjunction with the South Br evard Chapter of the NAACP, the city of Melbourne is hosting its first Annual Black H istory Celebration. This event will include a night of singing, education, and presentations of the history and culture of B lack America. F or more information,call (321) 674-5723.SAT URDAY, FEB. 8 Sensory sensitive cinema: Car mike Cinemas presents sensory sensitive cinema at 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 8 at 2241 To wn Center Drive, Melbourne. The volume is lower, the lights remain half on and moving around is OK. Br inging special dietary snacks/drinks from home is encouraged. The movies are shown in 2D, and regular matinee pricing applies. F or more information,call (321) 775-1210. Sweetheart Brunch: The S outh Brevard City Council of B eta Sigma Phi Sorority will host the fifth annual Sweetheart Brunch at 10 a.m. S aturday, Feb. 8 at Doubles B eachside, 1896 S. Patrick Dr ive, Indian Harbour Beach. C ost is $20 per person. The following Sweethearts from each chapter will be introduced: Evelyn Kirchmaier, Lois Stacer, Linda Paiva, R osanne Nelson and Ursula OBrien. The Laureate Alpha Nu Chapter is in charge of this event. F or information,call Jewell P atton at (321) 723-22250. Free basketball clinic: The F irst Baptist Church Indialantic, 170 Washington Ave., I ndialantic, is offering a free basketball clinic for youth in third to sixth grades from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Feb. 8, and for youth in seventh and eighth grades from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Feb. 22. F or questions,call Scott Terry at (321) 723-5217. Gem show event: The 37th Annual Symphony of Gemstones Show and Sale, sponsored by the Central Brevard R ock and Gem Club, will be 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and S unday, Feb. 8 and 9 at Kiwanis I sland Recreation Center, 951 Ki wanis Island Park Road, M erritt Island. H and-crafted and fine jewelry, rough and cut gems, BREVARD Michael K oppy has certainly had an interesting journey through his life. R aised in Tallahassee, Mr. K oppy hitchhiked and hopped freight trains across the country, from ocean to ocean, a whopping nine times after being expelled from high school. Throughout his many different careers, working as a carpenter, carnival r oustabout, elevator operator, Broadway stagehand, newspaper editor and more, music has been at the core of Mr. Koppys heart. On Saturday, Feb. 8, Mr. K oppy will travel from his home in Honolulu to serve as the headliner for Merritt I slands third annual Pioneer Day. The all-day celebration marks the 170th birthday of founder John Sams, who was also known as a prominent community figure. How does tropical H awaii compare to tropical F lorida, you may ask? Theres much less humidity here and a constant trade winds breeze, Mr. Koppy said jokingly. On the other hand, there are similarities. I mean, for instance, we have mosquitoes, as well. Ca n t deny that. Ive seen four, maybe five, in the year Ive been here. While Mr. Koppy loves to crack jokes, the welltraveled musician is unbelievably passionate about his craft. The questions I always ask of a song mine or someone elses is Why does it exist? and Whats the reason for it? Mr. K oppy said. I demand that a song doesnt waste my time or insult peoples intelligence with either r ambling pseudo-poetic blather or simplistic and puerile inanities. Say something substantive and coherent, darn it and show some insight and invention. There is no doubt that Mr. K oppys music is truly insightful and inventive. The San Francisco Chronicle called his One Great Mornin (The Souths Gonna Rise Again an ultraleft wing Confederate call to arms. Mr. Koppy will also perform Nineteen Years O ld, which he described as the true story of one mans life and the woman he loved throughout that life, B ehind Every Great For tune There Lies a Great Cr ime, and Til Hells Dang Done Froze Over. H oping folks, who attend Pioneer Day, find a lot to laugh about, as well as a few things to consider and think on, Mr. Koppy said performing this weekend is an absolute privilege and honor. I m r eally looking forward to seeing what Pioneer Day is all about, Mr. Koppy said. It seems to me what youre creating there is a nascent throwback to the Chautauquas of the late 19th Century wonderfully, uniquely American events that celebrated intellectual investigation, progressive political values and true community engagement and fun. Pioneer Day is Saturday, Fe b. 8 on Merritt Island. T ickets are $10 and must be purchased in advance. F or more information on M ichael Koppy and Pioneer Da y, visit www.mipioneerday.com and www.michaelkoppy.com. F riday, February 7, 2014 A2 MelbourneHometown News 781624 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! 080714BREESTATIONARYSOFAnow only$799PINNACLE RECLINING SOFAnow only$1 09999 JAMESRECLININGSOFAnow only$999 www.la-z-boy.com/brevardV AIL POWERRECLINER$69999Limited Quantities While Supplies Last * * PRESIDENTS DAY SAVINGS EVENT PRESIDENTS DAY SAVINGS EVENT PRESIDENTS DAY SAVINGS EVENT PRESIDENTS DAY SAVINGS EVENT PRESIDENTS DAY SAVINGS EVENT PRESIDENTS DAY SAVINGS EVENT*Excludes Hot Buys, Advertised Items. Cannot be combined with other promotional offers. Expires 2/28/14 *Excludes Hot Buys, Advertised Items. Cannot be combined with other promotional offers. Expires 2/28/14 *Excludes Hot Buys, Advertised Items. Cannot be combined with other promotional offers. Expires 2/28/14 *Excludes Hot Buys, Advertised Items. Cannot be combined with other promotional offers. Expires 2/28/14 *Excludes Hot Buys, Advertised Items. Cannot be combined with other promotional offers. Expires 2/28/14NATALIESOFA$69999LOVESEAT $67999NATALIESOFA$69999LOVESEAT $67999NATALIESOFA$69999LOVESEAT $67999NATALIESOFA$69999LOVESEAT $67999JASPER RECLINER$39999LAWRENCE LEATHER RECLINER$59999 $74999 $79999Limited Quantities Limited Quantities Limited QuantitiesT allahassee native to headline Pioneer Day this weekend Michael KoppyBy Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com CalendarF rom page A1 CorrectionThe Jan. 24 article, highlighting The Knowledge Ex change in Palm Bay, contained an error. J anes Gathering Place, Inc ., hosted the Brevard C ounty Sheriffs Office Cr ime Prevention Units Wo mens Defense Tactics Pr ogram, as a past event at The Knowledge Exchange. H ometown News r egrets the error. Celebrate SpringA 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.We want your event listings See CALENDAR, A4

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The snowbirds favorite since 1980 SHIPPING YOUR CAR!!! 781742RESERVATIONSREQUIRED(321) 504-7776 x27032 Stadium Parkway Viera, FL 32940 www.durangolf.comF riday, February 14, 2014SWEETHEARTS DINNERLIVE ENTERTAINMENT V ALENTINES DAY V ALENTINES DAY Local farm is growing the green wayBREVARD On the southern outskirts of Br evard County, tucked away on a 2.75-acre plot of picturesque Corey Road, a bounty of fresh, hydroponically grown vegetables are being harvested. Liberty Farms of Florida, a venture by former Congressman Val Steele and others in his community, is a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) project, an idea thats growing, both literally and figuratively, throughout the Space Coast and beyond. The energy and environmentally conscious method of hydroponics uses much less water by design, and is also space-efficient. Fa rm manager Diane S olopek said the method is also more cost-effective and easier. The soil in Florida is hard to amend, and theres a lot to be said for Malabars water, so hydroponics is a no brainer, she said. The hydroponic method involves using a vertical grow system. The water from the top plants filter downward, nourishing the lower plants. Plants are r aised and stacked, which also provides a natural protection against pests. The method only requires about 10 percent of the water used in traditional farming operations, Ms. S olopek said. The design also eliminates the need for ground application of pesticides, which, in traditional farming operations, tend to wind up in Floridas waterways. The hydroponic method is one, where the plants are grown off the ground, which r educes the possible diseases and the need for spraying, Mr. Steele said. The vegetables are ultrafresh, delicious and have a much longer shelf life than the typically grown vegetable that you buy in the store. The farm adheres to the Organic Materials Review I nstitutes standards of organic farming. While Liberty Farms, which calls Grant-Valkaria home, hopes to open to the general public at some point, at present, it is only available to members. For $25 per week, members can pick up a box of roughly eight different types of freshly grown vegetables. The seasons begin with leafy vegetables, like lettuce and greens, followed by cauliflower, broccoli and carrots. Finally, the season finishes up with hearty, delicious plants, like cucumbers, tomatoes and peppers. Members will also find unique vegetables, like candy cane beets and pac choi. P lans are also under way for you-pick strawberries to open next February. F or more information, visit www.libertyfarms.info/farm Staff photo by Deb AlbertoThe hydroponic growing system at Liberty Farms in south Brevard County uses vertical space to prevent disease and minimize the necessity for pesticides.By Deb AlbertoF or Hometown News one step closer to becoming a no-kill community. Ob viously, one event will not achieve this goal by itself, but, along with other efforts in place, such as the SPCA M elbourne Square Mall Cat A doption Center and weekend adoption events at R eningers Flea Market, it is a step in the right direction, she said. We wanted to start 2014 off in the right direction and with a bang. All pets at the adoption event had already been spayed or neutered and were up-to-date on vaccinations. Ms. Naylor said that these M ega Adoption Events show a community in unison, working together to achieve a common goal. W e are starting to see teamwork between the various animal welfare organizations in this county, which is a big reason why this event was so successful, she said. How ever, there must also be a county-wide funded, free and low-cost spay-neuter fund that is accessible to residents. Ms. Naylor said that the next Mega Adoption Event is scheduled for Oct. 25-26 at the Azan Shrine Center in M elbourne. F or more information, visit www.spcanorthbrevard.comAdoptionF rom page A1 Photo courtesy of SPCA of Brevard A whopping 277 animals found a loving home at a Mega Adoption Event held the Azan Shrine Center in Melbourne Jan. 25-26.

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fossils, minerals, beads, slabs, cabs, equipment and tools will be available. D emonstrations, hourly prizes, a grand prize, childrens activities and silent auction will be featured. F or more information,call Ro z Mestre at (321) 431-0159 or (321) 632-8281,email ro z.mestre@att.net or visit www.centralbrevardgems.org. Merritt Island Pioneer Day: S t. Lukes Episcopal Church is again partnering with Sams H ouse at Pine Island for the M erritt Island third annual Pioneer Day, held on Saturday, Fe b. 8 at both locations. This year, St. Lukes, located at 5555 N. Tropical Trail, M erritt Island is honoring some of the Modern Pioneers of Brevard County. R.L. Lewis, one of the original H ighwaymen artists and longtime Brevard resident, will be demonstrating his painting technique at 10:30 a.m. During the demonstration, the history of the Highwaymen artists will be discussed. At 1 p.m., Rosemary McGill will be presenting A man named JUSTICE, a lady named LIBERTY, and a land called FREEDOM. Ms. McGill was a Freedom Rider, while attending Cocoa H igh School. The Sams House, located at 6295 N. Tropical Trail, will be displaying for the first time, S ams family artifacts and historic clothing. Other educational exhibits will be on display, along with living history demonstrations. G uided tours of the historic house and cabin will be given by guides in period clothing. Childrens crafts and games will also be available. Returning will be the crafts fair and farmers market F or a complete listing of events,times and locations,visit www.mipioneerday.com. Vintage Market comes to M elbourne: S habby Chic & V intage Home and Garden is coming to Shriners Temple in M elbourne. Mar kets that offer shabby and distressed home and garden items have flourished across the country over the past several years. M elbourne is now hosting its o wn Vintage Market. On Saturday, Feb. 8 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. the inaugural V intage Market will showcase a var iety of vendors at the Azan Shr iners Temple Pavilion at 1591 Eau Gallie Blvd., across from Eau Gallie High School, in Melbourne. Doors open at 11 a.m. and close at 4 p.m. The vendors will include those specializing in painted, r ecycled and reinvented furniture, jewelry and clothing to organic beauty products, new and vintage French linens and colorful tablecloths, typically seen everywhere in Fr ance, but especially in the south of France. A dmission is free, and parking is plentiful, so come enjoy this inaugural event. S habby chic is a decorating style, where furnishings are v alued for being aged or distressed to look antique. V intage Market will host a second much-larger event in the summer, with that date to be announced. F or all details,visit www.vintagemarketfl.com, including links to the vendors who will be there.SUNDAY, FEB. 9 Brevards Got Music: The F ifth Annual Brevards Got M usic Talent C ompetition/Show will be S unday, Feb. 9 at 4 p.m. at the H enegar Center, in Melbourne. The event is sponsored and produced by the Creative Arts F oundation of Brevard, Inc. Tw elve highly talented music students, selected as finalists after extensive auditions, will perform before a live audience and three judges, vying for prizes as follows: First prize: $1,000 Second prize: $500 Third prize: $250 Fourth prize: $125 T ickets cost $22 and are available at the Henegar C enter or online at www.henegar.org. I ntermission includes r efreshments, wine and cheese. The 12 students, ages 13-18, are comprise of: three pianists, four vocalists, three violinists, one violist and one flutist. The Henegar Center is at 625 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne. The Guardian Ad Litem program needs you: More than 30 percent of the abused and neglected children in the Br evard County Court System do not have a volunteer guardian in their corner. Now, more than ever, the G uardian Ad Litem program needs volunteers to serve as child advocates. R egistration is under way for volunteers, who can advocate for abused or neglected children, and help prevent them from suffering more harm. The 30-hour training program, teaches regular folks, with big hearts, how to be a child advocate and begins Mar ch 15 at the Moore Justice C enter in Viera. R egardless of where you live in Brevard County, there is a child, who could use a supporter in their corner. G uardian Ad Litem means guardian for the case. Therefore, a Guardian Ad Litem is not a foster parent, legal guardian or someone expected to provide a home for the child. The children are the victims, and Guardian Ad Litems are the volunteers, who find information, investigate, make r ecommendations and report, based on the childs interest. O ur motto is, I am for the child, and we firmly believe their interest is our only interest. Y ou can champion an cross-over program include C orrectional Cross-Over to Law Enforcement Introduction and Legal Overview, C orrectional Cross-Over to Law Enforcement Human I nteraction and Communications, Crime Scene In vestigations, Criminal In vestigations, Traffic S tops and Cross-Over H andgun Transition C ourse. The program meets the minimum education standards for law enforcement officers, required by the F lorida Department of Law Enforcement Criminal Justice Standards and Training C ommission, Ms. Walker said. Following the program, graduates are prepared to sit for the Florida D epartment of Law Enforcement State Officer Certification Examination. As Law Enforcement Officers, graduates of the program can work as police officers and Sheriffs deputies, r esponsible for enforcing laws, maintaining order, helping during emergencies, making arrests and investigating crimes. Eastern Florida State College is currently accepting applications to the 2014 Corr ectional Officer Cross-Over to Law Enforcement Officer A cademy. Applications are due by Friday, Feb. 28. F or more information and to obtain an application, contact Public Safety Coordinator Melissa Walker at (321) 433-5637 or email walkerme@easternflorida.edu. 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Humane Society celebrates ribbon cutting of new facilityBRE V ARD The C entr al Br ev ar d H umane S ociety took another step in its mission of making the S pace C oast a no-kill community On Thursday J an. 23, the nonpr ofit shelter celebr ated the opening of its new M err itt I sland A doption C enter with a r ibbon cutting cer emony J oining r epr esentatives fr om the H umane S ociety we re Br ev ar d C ounty C ommissioner Chuck N elson, B r ev ar d C ounty S her iff W ayne I v ey C ocoa B each M ay or D ave N etterson, P or t C anaver al C ommissioner F r ank S ulliv an, C ocoa C ouncilman T yler F urbish and r epr esentation fr om C ongr essman B ill P osey s office The building was donated to the H umane S ociety in 2012 b y the P latano family W e officially opened the A doption C enter in J une 2013, said E ileen C ole media r elations manager The A doption C enter will enable us to car e for mor e animals that need new homes until they ar e adopted into lo ving and car ing families Ms C ole added that some of the animals up for adoption at the H umane S ociety s new building include small dogs puppies kittens and adult cats The 8,000-squar e-foot building will also host the H umane S ociety s executive offices as w ell as thr ee fr ee r oaming pet r ooms an expanded lobb y ar ea, a lar ge confer ence r oom, a pet consignment boutique and r oom for expansion, to include dog tr aining classes and other pet-fr iendly oppor tunities In addition to its C ocoa location, the C entr al Br ev ar d H umane S ociety s M err itt I sland A doption C enter r eceives no suppor t fr om tax dollars so the or ganization r elies solely on funding thr ough donations adoption fees pr oduct sales and fundr aisers W ith the addition of the A doption C enter w e ar e looking for war d to being able to find new for ever homes for mor e animals in our community Ms C ole said. The C entr al B r ev ar d H umane S ociety s M err itt I sland A doption C enter is located at 155 Pioneer R oad, M err itt I sland. B usiness hours ar e M onday thr ough S unday 10 a.m. to 5 p .m. F or mor e information, contact the C entr al B r ev ar d H umane Society at (321) 636-3343 or visit www .cr ittersavers .com. Photo courtesy of The Central Brevard Humane SocietyCommunity leaders and volunteers gathered on Thursday, Jan. 23, as the Central Brevard Humane Society celebrated the ribbon cutting ceremony of its new Merritt Island Adoption Center. By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.comLawF rom page A1 CalendarF rom page A2 See CALENDAR, A9

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 7, 2014 Melbourne A5 083169 Police Report Melbourne P olice Department Jacob Henry Laneuville, 33, of 437 Poinciana Drive, M elbourne, was charged J an. 24 with felony battery on a person 65 or older. Mitchell Allan Dienger, 32, address unknown, was charged Jan. 25 with larceny, r esisting arrest without violence and driving while license suspended. Ernst L. Storey, 56, of 2290 Hickory Drive, Melbourne, was charged Jan. 25 with possession of cocaine. Mathew Mark Rindge, 30, of 1886 Imperial Ave., M elbourne, was charged J an. 26 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and possession of drug paraphernalia. James Nathan Sutherland, 38, of 2100 Melbourne C ourt, Melbourne, was charged Jan. 26 with possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Ivan Winchell, 28, address unknown, was charged Jan. 26 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied conveyance and felony battery. Brandon Lee Madill, 19, of 2053 Adams Ave., Melbourne, was charged Jan. 27 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied conveyance, petit larceny, carrying a concealed electric weapon, fraud-giving false identification to law enforcement officer and felony violation of probation. John Doe, 25, of 1837 G uava Ave., Melbourne, was charged Jan. 28 with arson and resisting arrest without violence. Amanda Marie Green, 28, of 1596 Virginia Drive, M elbourne, was charged J an. 28 with petit larceny.Brevard County Sheriffs Office Ryan Brady Chesser, 35, of 2000 Commerce Drive, M elbourne, was charged J an. 24 on an out-of-county warrant. Stefanee R. Forrest, 39, of 815 Fee Ave., Melbourne, was charged Jan. 24 with passing a forged/altered instrument, attempting to solicit/conspire and fraudswindling to obtain property. Adam Martinez, 33, of 814 Brother Ave., Melbourne, was charged Jan. 24 on an out-of-county warrant. Meralys Carolina Puerta, 34, of 4015 Edwards St., M elbourne, was charged J an. 24 with larceny, forgery of a motor vehicle title and motor vehicle title fraud. Joseph Paul Blanco, 25, of 5507 Nobility Ave., M elbourne, was charged J an. 25 with fraud-swindling to obtain property, larceny and possession of a w eapon/ammo by a convicted felon. Kira Lyn Nelsen, 25, of 5507 Nobility Ave., Melbourne, was charged Jan. 25 with fraud-swindling to obtain property and larceny. Matthew B. Labate, 30, address unknown, was charged Jan. 26 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied conveyance, petit larceny, attempting to solicit/conspire, possession of drug paraphernalia, loitering/prowling and possession of burglary tools with intent to use. Mary Elizabeth Phillips, 30, of 1398 Eva Lane, M elbourne, was charged J an. 26 with larceny and felony violation of probation. Nicholas Aaron Prince, 28, of 675 Orange Grove Ave ., Melbourne, was charged Jan. 26 with loitering/prowling, possession of burglary tools with intent to use, unarmed burglary of an unoccupied structure and larceny. Brittany Ann Barker, 26, address unknown, was charged Jan. 27 with grand theft auto, driving while license suspended and hitand-run. Joshua Anthony Bennett, 24, address unknown, was charged Jan. 28 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling and larceny. Teresa Graham, 48, address unknown, was charged Jan. 28 with larceny and unarmed burglary of an unoccupied structure. Francis Edward Danna, 26, of 317 Carmel Drive, M elbourne, was charged J an. 29 with trafficking a controlled substance and carrying a concealed electric weapon. Dantavious Quanta French, 31, of 7607 Wickham Road N., Melbourne, was charged Jan. 29 with grand theft auto. John Edward Jenkins, 28, of 1833 Happy Acres Lane, M elbourne, was charged J an. 29 with larceny, dealing in stolen property and fraud-giving false ownership information to pawn items. Richard Francis Ludwig, 52, of 2452 St. Swithin Lane, M elbourne, was charged J an. 29 with failure to r egister as a sexual offender, sex offender violationfailure to report email address, sexual offender violation-failure to report drivers license and with r egistration as a sexual offender. Hillary Carole Braddock, 29, of 580 Ford Circle E., M elbourne, was charged J an. 30 with possession of cocaine with intent to sell, possession of drugs with intent to sell, possession of marijuana with intent to sell, two counts possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, two counts of possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia. Andre B. Phillips, 47, of 210 University Blvd., M elbourne, was charged J an. 30 with larceny, two counts of dealing in stolen property, two counts of fraud-giving false ownership information to pawn items and four counts of fraud-issuing a check with insufficient funds.CRIMELINE: (800) 423-TIPSEditors note: This is a list of arrests,not convictions, and all arrestees are presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty in a court of law. 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. V ictoria 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 r efreshments will be provided. To schedule a tour, contact Kathleen Cummins at K athleen@victorialanding.com or Maxime S uchoski at Ma xime@victorialanding.com. F or more information, call (321) 622-6730 or visit www.victorialanding.com.Re-opening of bar and grillA ribbon cutting for the grand re-opening of Royal O ak Resort & Golf Clubs B ar and Grill Room, 2150 C ountry Club Drive, T itusville, will be at 5 p.m. Fr iday, Feb. 7. A reception will be from 4:30-7:30 p.m. with complimentary refreshments, giveaways and tours of the new facility F or more information, call (321) 607-6836.Grand opening in MelbourneRo ck Paper Simple, 1360 Sar no Road, Suite C, M elbourne, will have a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony from 4-6 p .m. Thursday, Feb. 13. F or more information,visit www.rockpapersimple.co m or call (321) 474-7513.Medical Center opens first valve clinicH ealth First Holmes Re gional Medical Center is pleased to announce the newest addition to its H eart & Vascular services, the newly opened Valve Clinic the first one in Br evard County. An estimated 1.5 million people in the United S tates suffer from aortic stenosis. The Valve Clinic at H ealth First Holmes R egional provides a comprehensive and team approach that includes a var iety of medical experts, who come up with individualized treatment options to ensure all patients receive the right care at the right place at the right time. Se vere symptomatic AS is a life-threatening condition. Without treatment, the two-year mortality rate is as high as 50 percent. In many cases, aortic valve disease can show no signs or symptoms until it worsens to a critical state. Not treated, severe aortic stenosis can lead to death due to cardiac arrest, heart failure, stroke, or end stage organ failure. In addition, there is no medical management for aortic stenosis. Treatment options at the Valve Clinic at Health First Holmes Re gional Medical Center include the following: Tr aditional Aortic Valve R eplacement; Minimally Inv asive Aortic Valve R eplacement; Referral for Tr ans-Catheter Aortic V alve Replacement; Pa lliative Medical Management/Balloon Aortic V aluplasty F or more information, call 321-434-VALVE or (321) 434-8258.

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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$100, ANN MARIELUTTRELL OFMELBOURNE! I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 081549WIN$100 WIN$100This W eeks Prize This W eeks Prize Better bus system neededI hope this is read by any of the people who work for the city of Palm Bay and Melbourne. He re is an idea that can help people. How about the two cities investing in a better bus system? There are many of us, including myself, who are disabled. I have no car and I have a lot of appointments to make; and to rely on the poor bus system that exists, makes it very hard on us and myself. Now, the city of Palm Bay made an investment to change the garbage pick-up, with the recycle and yard pick-up, why not invest in a better bus system? Think about it and thank you for your attention.Whats holding up legalization?Bo oz e is legal, and drunk drivers kill millions of people around the world every year. Cigarettes are legal, yet they kill millions of people around the world every year. What good are they? Absolutely nothing. Bo oz e could be used to cleanse a wound, if alcohol or other medicine is not around, but nothing else. And cigarettes are good for nothing, except for misery, but they are legal. Mar ijuana is actually medicinal, and you cant overdose on it; so what the heck is holding up legalization, when those other two poisons have been legal and not even questioned? And yet, they shouldnt even be on the market.Our controlled pressF or the past two months, a huge billboard was in New Yo rk Citys Times Square, asking onlookers to Re-Think 9/11. It was referring to the thousands of architects and engineers who are calling for a new independent investigation into the collapse of the three World Trade Center skyscrapers on 9/11/2001, citing proof for controlled demolitions. Last month, the major newspapers in New York City were inundated with more than 2,000 emails, orchestrated by AE911Truth.org, imploring them to report the story behind the billboard; yet, not one chose to cover it. No doubt, they declined to do so because these building professionals also have proof the government withheld crucial evidence from their investigation into 9/11, which is in itself evidence of fraud. Another big billboard is currently displayed directly outside of the New York Times Building, at the corner of 40th Street and 8th Avenue, asking them why they refuse to print this news. U ntil they do, the flagship of our corporate media has decided it is better for us to believe what is likely false, than to suffer what is evidently true; and we are living under the tyranny of censorship parading as a free press.Fu ndraiser updateWe want to thank you for being a part of our first fundraiser for Rock the Town Caf. We we re ov erwhelmed by seeing so many people show up from various churches in the area to support us. We we re also blessed by those of you who couldnt make it, yet still were generous in giving a donation, and some of y ou gave above and beyond the meal you purchased. Pr aise God! We re ceived a phone call from the manager of Texas R oadhouse, and she was thrilled to tell us that our fundraiser was the best one they had there to date. They have not had so many people at lunch and ordering from the main menu. She said that if we ever need anything, to let them know and that they would love to have us back again when it works for us. W ith your help we raised $142. We believe that Texas Roadhouse experienced the love of God through his children in November. R ock The Silence of Palm Bay has several more fundraisers planned for the New Year. We will be sending out flyers soon. We pray you all have a blessed Thanksgiving and find many things in your life to be thankful for.F reedom of speech gives you the rightHe re in the United States of America is what is known as the freedom of speech, or perhaps the freedom of opinion. Ev ery American has the right to say what they would, concerning anyone or anything, even if it is about the president. If I choose to write what I do not like about him; well, that is my right to do so. If I choose to write what I do like about him, well that is my right, as well. This paper, the Hometown News, does not pick and choose what they put, for they even know that we the people have the right to say or write our opinions about anything, and they have the right to put it into the paper, known as Rants and Raves. If you like the president and want to write something good about him, that is your right to do so. If I dont like the president and want to write something about him, that is my right. This is what we, as Americans, fight for. I am a Vietnam veteran; and even though I am against war and killing, I did what I had to do for the rights of those people, as well as our own right to live. By the way, I trained myself to be a medic, to save lives not take them. That is my right as a born American to choose the choice I make and live by it, breathe it and share the joys of life. As far as I am concerned, I believe this president has done more against this country than for it. Look at what happened some time ago. Veterans were getting arrested for going to the Washington Monument. This country is in more debt than even before, and it is just getting worse. So if you who likes the president want to say something good about him, guess what? You have that right to do so.I am hoping that this letter will save livesI have been a property owner on (Highway) A1A in south M elbourne Beach since 1988. Here is my story. I was a 6-year-old Army brat in Italy during the height of the cold war. I watched in horror as the local paper boy on his bike, got r un over by a car and was dragged 100 feet. Thank God he lived, but was crippled for life. I remember it like it was yesterday. Fast forward to today. PLEASE, all you bike riders, pay close attention. I measured the distance from the double yellow line to the white line, where you guys like to ride. It came out to 11 feet. I then measured the width of my F-150 mirror to mirror and that came to eight feet. So 11 minus eight is three feet. I then measured the distance from the middle of my bike handlebars to the outside of the handlebars. It was 16 inches. So take an 8-foot wide truck in an 11-foot wide road minus 16-inch handlebars means theres 20 inches left. Wow! So if we split it, you take 10 inches and I take 10 inches, we re BOTH less than a foot away from an accident. I admire and respect you bikers .You are athletes. I surf, VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, FEB. 7, 2014 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM Fighting the dragonsMeta Krause, 7, of Melbourne gets a push from Adam Nichols of Melbourne Village at Dragon F est, held at Wickham Park P avilion Sunday, Jan. 26. The Dragon Fest was a fundraiser for the Save Dragon Pointe project that featured a Renaissance flair. Photo by Paul Lepinskie Got something to say? Email the Hometown Rants & Raves at brevnews@hometownnewsol.com or call (321) 242-1276. C allers are asked to refrain from making slanderous statements.Statements of fact will be checked for accuracy. Its time to be a parent againIwould like to take the next few guest columns to provide tips on how to empower parents, grandparents and guardians to be the Chief Law Enforcement Officer in their childs life. The Chief Law Enforcement Officer is not the S heriff or Chief of Police, but instead is the mom, dad, grandparent, or foster parent that is raising the child. As a young man growing up in North Florida, I never worried about being in trouble with law enforcement, as I was more worried about being in trouble with my parents. Granted, todays parents and children face challenges like never before: Dr ugs, gangs, bullying and even social media have completely changed our ability to keep watch and hold them accountable for their actions. T odays parenting is 24hours-a-day and one of the most demanding jobs in the world, but it is also one of the most rewarding opportunities that life has to offer. As a parent of four, I personally know how hard it is to tough love your child. As a veteran law enforcement for more than 35 y ears, I know that going to visit your child in prison is even harder, and going to see them in a cemetery is truly unimaginable! U nfortunately, in todays society, those may just be the only choices you have. Thats why its important for y ou to have every tool possible, to be your childs personal cop. He re are some helpful tips to start our series on how to stay involved in your childs life, hold them accountable for their actions, and also how to recognize potential problems they may face: Establish expectations and consequences for actions. Kids want and need fences in their lives and having clear-cut expectations is a great way to establish right from wrong. Be a good role model by showing understanding, r espect for others, patience, and firmness. Know who your childs friends are in person and online. Be suspicious (as bad as that sounds, when parents are consistently suspicious of their childrens actions, they have a tendency to be more involved and aware). Stop believing everything they tell you is the truth. Ask yourself this question... Did you ever lie to your parents? If the answer is yes, then it is only reasonable to assume that your kids are no different. Discipline your child and hold them accountable for their actions. Dont be afraid to do whats right, and also make sure you praise them for doing whats right, as w ell. Be innovative in your approach to parenting. Think outside-the-box on ways to involve your children in positive things and to make sure they understand the consequences of their actions and the importance of responsibility. Establish open lines of communication with your children. Your child cant be scared to talk to you, even when they know they have done something wrong. R emember, if they dont feel they can talk to you, they will find someone else to discuss their problems with, who may not be the right r ole model for them. Encourage your child to do great things, and praise them for their accomplishments. It cant be one way, in which they are only talked to about something they do wrong. Teach your child to solve and cope with problems. Pr oblem-solving is one of the most sought-after abilities in employment and life. Volunteer at your childs school, and be involved in his or her extracurricular activities. Plan family activities, without technology styled devices. Todays world is surrounded by texting, video and social media. R emember to refer to No. 2 on this one, and be the role model you hope they will be for their kids one day. In the coming months, we will talk more about the many challenges parents and children face in todays society and the warning BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFFWAYNE IVEY See SHERIFF, A7 See R ANTS, A7 Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 50 59 Tu rnpike Feeder Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 Copyright 2014, Hometown News, L.C.Phone (321) 242-1013 Fax (321) 242-1281Classified (321) 242-0442 1 -800-823-0466 Rants & Raves (321) 242-1276Circulation 1 -866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comMELBOURNEV oted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. Lee Mooty . . . . . .General Manager/CFO V ernon D.Smith . . .Managing Partner F arris Robinson . . .Sr. VP Sales/Marketing T ammy Farmer . . . .Managing Editor Robin Bevilacqua . .Human Resources Kathy Young . . . . .Major/Natl. Accounts Manager Amanda Tucker . . .Major/Natl. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 7, 2014 Melbourne A7 081313 www.HometownNewsOL.com FeaturingThese gift certificates do not expire, however, there will be no refunds from Hometown News after 60 days.Land &Sea Thai FusionA 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 &Lunch 081227 F or Hometown News080734 T he students at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy w elcomed the Chinese Year ofthe Horse in a big way on Ja n. 31. One ofthe most important celebrations on the Chinese calendar, the festival ofNian (or Festival ofthe Year) was kicked offwith a procession ofhorse sculptures, created by Mrs. Hulses art students. During the procession, traditional Chinese flute music was performed by Holy Trinity 10th-grader Simon Lu. People born in the year ofthe horse are said to be animated and energetic, a fitting celebration for the students at the Upper and Lower schools. Other activities for the day included teaching Chinese phrases to the students in the auditorium (some ofwhom competed against one other, as they demonstrated their language mastery), a Chinese writing contest and stick horse races during lunch. Holy Trinity has 31 international students, each staying with local host families during the school year, and it offers language classes in Chinese at its elementary, middle and high schools. Ninth-grader Ada Wang had an extra treat this New Y ear, as she taught a traditional Chinese line dance to a few Holy Trinity teachers on stage. Her mother, Rose Lee W ang, and two ofher cousins from China, were here to celebrate. Mrs. Wang said sharing this significant holiday with her daughter is important, since they are so far apart most ofthe school year. The Chinese New Year is big holiday for our family, Mrs. Wang said. I know Ada misses some ofthe more traditional foods when shes away. Her favorite is noodles, and nothing is better than noodles made at home. Ada will be enjoying the weekend in Orlando with her parents and cousins.Holy Trinity reins in the Chinese New Year A 3-year-old, 20-pound Maine Coon rescue cat, Jack is the dog-like pet of Bill and Diane Preston of Palm Bay. Some of Jacks favorite things to do are chase lizards on the screen, lick his Daddys face, get brushed and play with his laser toy. 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) signs of potential problems in our childrens lives. While I know that parenting today is different than parenting of yesterday, the one thing that has not changed is that todays parents are training their kids to be parents of the future. Wa yne Ivey is the sheriff of Brevard CountySheriffF rom page A6 its my sport. If you stay single file when you ride, we are all safer. When you ride side by side you force us around y ou into oncoming traffic at 55 miles per hour, whether its legal or not. There are trucks much larger than my F-150 on the road. A rider decided to pull side by side and chit chat at the last second and forced me into an oncoming garbage truck.. I knew the guy. His wife was killed in a bike wreck. A large group of 30 bikes w ent by my house Sunday, r iding three or four abreast, as a dually truck almost rear ended them. In the 25 years I have lived in this house, four people have died in car wrecks 100 yards from my house. Three were girls, 20 y ears old or younger sad facts, but true. Tr ust me, I have better things to do than make things up like this. P lease accept my apologies if I offended anyone, that is not my intention. P lease slow down and focus on the road. O ur families, friends, kids and pets are everything to us. Lets all arrive safe and alive this holiday season. RantsF rom page A6

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abused or neglected child and prevent him or her from suffering future harm. V isit http://www.brevardcounty.us/GuardianAdLitem/ B ecomeVolunteer or contact amber.olesen@brevardcounty.us for more information. Sponsors,vendors,rescue groups needed: The Central Br evard Humane Society would like to invite local businesses and rescue groups to take part in its 8th Annual Mar di Gras Paws in the Park event (in conjunction with C ocoa Village Mardi Gras) on S unday, Feb. 23 from noon to 3 p.m. at Riverfront Park in H istoric Cocoa Village. S ponsorship opportunities for Mardi Gras Paws in the Pa rk are for individuals and businesses at all levels, beginning at $50 for the P urple sponsorship and up to $1,000 and above for the primary sponsorship, The B ig Easy. This annual event features extensive promotion and offers a fantastic quality bang for your buck for sponsors all while having exceptionally high charitable r eturns for the homeless animals in Brevard. The cost for businesses to be a part of the vendor village at Mardi Gras Paws in the Pa rk is $50. All rescue groups may participate at no charge (pending space availability). V endors and rescue groups must supply their own tables, chairs, promotional materials, display racks and setup staff. F or more information, contact the Central Brevard H umane Society at (321) 6363343 or visit www.crittersavers.com.MONDAY, FEB. 10 Chopper Dropper set for S untree 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 student-athletes 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 restaur ant partners. Sporting 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 Gar dner at agardner@fit.edu or MattKilcullen at mkilcullen@fit.edu. R egistration is at ChopperDropper.com. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 7, 2014 Melbourne A9 2651 Palm Bay Rd.321-951-4050 P eacock ArchNa tural Woven Shades Plantation Shutters Ve rt icals Horizontals Arches W ood Blinds Cellular Shades www.Kblinds.com080604Custom fit for odd shapes and sizesAdorn Your Windows with the BeautifulFree Estimates Professional Installation Deal Factory Direct 781577 087828 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! LOW COST SPAY/NEUTER VACCINATIONS LABWORK PUPPY KITTEN PLANS DENTALS HEARTWORM PREVENTIONWELLNESS & PREVENTION PRODUCTS AVAILABLELike Us On Facebook 081225Surgery, General Medical and Specialty Care Senior Care Dentistr y Free Office Visit with Annual Vaccinations (Healthy Pets Only) Canine Basic Vaccine Pkg.$55 Annual $70 Feline Basic Annual $30 & Annual $50 M att is a genuine person, who puts others and their needs before his own, she said. That comes across in his relationship with students, as well as with his coworkers. The kids feel that he values and is interested in them because of that real connection he builds with his students. Ms. Adams said that the schools recognition for producing some of the areas top teachers is a positive sign for the learning institution. W e are the only school in Br evard that has multiple y ears of (winners), and what that means is a huge sense of pride of our faculty and staff, she said. They are very professional, are constantly learning about new research and high-yield strategies, and they are always trying to engage their students. M ichelle Irwin, public information officer for Br evard County Schools, said that Mr. Yount received the r ecognition based upon a voting and ranking system by his peers throughout the school year. After ballots were collected for the awards nominees, the Office of Recruitment and Retention calculated a r anking, selecting six finalists in November. Fr om there, each finalist was interviewed to determine why he or she would be the best candidate for the award. To qualify for the state of F loridas Teacher of the Year award, applications must be submitted to the Florida D epartment of Education by Mar ch 3. Fr om there, a state selection committee will select its district finalists, and then a final decision will be made in the summer. The last Brevard County educator to be named F loridas Teacher of the Year was Tracey Bailey of Satellite H igh School in 1993. When asked if this honor would impact his teaching style, Mr. Yount remained humble. This honor validates my teaching philosophy that God has given us all unique and wonderful gifts to affect a positive change in the lives of others, he said. Our job, as teachers, is to help students find those gifts and use them to make our world a better place. Fo r more information about the selection process, visit www.fldoe.org/profdev/year tch.asp. Matthew YountT eacherF rom page A1 CalendarF rom page A4 Photo courtesy of Brevard ZooT wenty years ago, children from across the Space Coast were invited to create a brick to line the walkways of the Brevard Zoo. As the Zoo celebrates 20 years in 2014, it welcomes those grown-up children and Brevard County residents to celebrate with them during Happy Brick-Day W eekend, Saturday, Feb. 8 and Sunday, Feb. 9.participation. A popular destination for many, who travel to the S pace Coast, the Brevard Z oo crossed the 400,000-visitor mark in 2013. The Zoo also adds more than $28 million to the economy, annually. W anting to celebrate its 20th year, the Brevard Zoo decided to host Happy Br ick-Day Weekend. The bricks throughout the Zoo still have tremendous meaning for many people especially the children, who made the bricks, and are all grown up now, Ms. Purnell said. Dur ing Happy Brick-Day W eekend, attendees will have access to some areas of the Zoo, which are not typically available for public access, such as the Education Complex and Zoo Schools classrooms. Those grown-up children, who made the bricks, will also be given a special opportunity during Happy Br ick-Day Weekend. B ri ck makers will receive a special, complimentary family photo, with a Zoo brick them, Ms. Purnell added. W ith the opening of the Br evard Zoos newest exhibit, Meerkat Hamlet, this Mar ch, the Zoo is currently offering the opportunity to purchase bricks on the Childrens Naming Path, which will be a part of M eerkat Hamlet. Wi th its official birthday celebration taking place on Mar ch 15 through 16, to coincide with the opening of Meerkat Hamlet, the Br evard Zoo is looking forward to a tremendous 20th birthday. I t is our vision that this birthday celebration will bring back the communitywide excitement and engagement, that defined the original creation of Breva rd Zo o, so that it can harness that energy to power the next 20 years of the Zoos grown, Ms. Purnell said. What better way to start than to bring back the brickmakers? The Brevard Zoo will host H appy Brick-Day Weekend on Saturday, Feb. 8 through Sunday, Feb. 9 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. R egular Zoo admission applies. The Brevard Zoo is located at 8225 N. Wickham R oad, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 254-9453 or visit www.BrevardZoo.org.Brick DayF rom page A1 Subscribe Today! TOTHE#1 COMMUNITYNE WSPAPERwww.hometownnewsol.com

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BREVARD In an effort to raise awareness about heart disease, Health First H eart and Vascular Services is hosting a series of workshops this month, American H eart Month. Fr om Feb. 12-13, the facility will host three workshops at different locations throughout Br evard County. On Wednesday, Feb. 12, a H ealthy Eating for a H ealthy Heart cooking demo will be presented by McC auley Reed, Health First dietary director, at the H olmes Regional Medical C enter auditorium in M elbourne from 11 a.m. to noon. F ollowing the workshop will be Healthy Eating for the Diabetic Diet, presented by Tristan Soyka, RD, LD with Health First Dietary Ser vices, at the Holmes R egional Medical Center A uditorium in Melbourne. The next day in Cocoa B each, a workshop called H ypertension: What You S hould Know will be presented by Ross Goodgellow, DO, a cardiologist with H ealth First Medical Group, at the Cape Canaveral M edical Plaza Auditorium. The workshops are a part of a series of events happening throughout Brevard C ounty, designed to raise awareness of the disease and prevention. The workshops can be a tremendous source of information on the topics being presented, said Faud R amadan, Chief of Vascular Sur gery and Medical Dir ector of the Vascular Laboratory at Health First H olmes Regional Medical C enter. The speakers are highly experienced professionals, who are experts in their fields. A ccording to the Centers for Disease Control and Pr evention, heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, with 323 per 100,000 people dying in Brevard County, as a result of the disease, from 2008-10. Dr Ramadan said that the workshops are designed to encourage and attract people to attend. The workshops take place in an informal, comfortable setting that promotes interaction with the speakers and allows for questions and answers, Dr. R amadan said. During our workshops, people can expect slide presentations on specific topics of relev ance to the heart and v ascular (system) by experts on the subject. There will be an opportunity for free blood pressure screens, prior to the presentation. Sev en more workshops will be presented throughout the county from Feb. 1928. These workshops are quite informative and cover exciting, state-of-the-art advances in cardiovascular health, Dr. Ramadan said. I believe members of our community will find them very worthwhile. The Holmes Regional M edical Center Auditorium is located at 1350 S. Hickory Str eet in Melbourne. The Cape Canaveral Ho spital Medical Plaza A uditorium C is located at 701 W. Cocoa Beach Causeway in Cocoa Beach. A light lunch will be served. F or more information,visit www.health-first.org. 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Numbers aside, looking for the perfect property to invest in is a tedious effort with a great deal of research. Home-investor hopefuls have to know what to look for in the properties and w here to find it. This means spending at least 40 hours per week researching on the computer, capturing and organizing the stockpile of information necessary to make an informed decision. Lastly, those looking to invest will have to visit the property in person prior to investing their hard-earned money on it. The phrase You have to see it to believe it is true in this case, as what you see online may not be upto-date. In partnership with the Hometown News, Brevard F oreclosure will showcase a variety of properties set for county auction in each edition of the paper. All of the information present in our research is purely objective and has been collected from the public records of the Brevard County Clerk and Brevard County Property Appraiser. It is the goal of Brevard Foreclosure to help you gain knowledge, thus giving you an edge ov er the competition. F or additional information on the more than 100 weekly foreclosure listings, visitwww.BrevardForeclosure.us .V isitors to our website will find a step-by-step tutorial, showing how to do your own research, and will also have the opportunity to sign up for a free auction list. V isitors may also order title searches on foreclosed properties at a discount rate. We also welcome curious parties to email us questions atQ A@BrevardForeclosure.us,w here we will hand select several inquiries to answer in the upcoming editions of Opportunity Knocks. Log on to our website, BrevardForeclosure.us, to search listings going to auction, set notifications to alert you when a property that fits your criteria is going up for auction, join our free auction list mailer, and order title searches. Opportunity Knocks for Brevard County investors YOUR AD HERE! 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Melbourne B1 Call 866-913-6397 to sign up or at subscriptions@HometownNewsOL.comFREESubscription FREEDelivery 081310 087836 Br evard CountyEntertainmentDining &SECTION B WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM FRIDAY, FEB. 7, 2014Out & about MELBOURNE As a child, Mike Patricks grandfather told him the story of how two football franchises saved the NFL. I remember my grandpa mentioning the Steagles to me as a child, and it just always stuck in my mind, he said. I just thought, What a great concept. You have two of the best football franchises, with a following. Anywhere you go with this concept, there will be a following. Dur ing World War II, there was a shortage of NFL players due to the war. The Stealers were down to six players, and the Eagles had only 16. The teams were merged for one season in 1943 to allow both teams to play and to possibly keep the NFL from canceling the whole season, Mr. Patrick said. The Steagles went 5-4-1 and gave the Eagles its first winning season, and the S teelers its second. Mr. Patrick has taken this memory and turned it into a unique concept for a family-friendly, nonsmoking, traditional Pennsylvania eatery, with a modern twist, featuring healthier options. I am from Philly, Mr. P atrick said. I have a culinary degree, and I get my meat from the Philly area. The quality of meat makes all of the difference. N ot to mention our Phillystyle hoagies. S ince opening threeand-a-half years ago, S teagles Pub has doubled in size, and has been awarded the honor of Best Cheese Steak in Brevard C ounty by F lorida Today, an honor Mr. Patrick said is due to his meat quality and the way he prepares his delicious, non-greasy sandwich. C ustomers also have the option of adding sweet peppers to their cheesesteaks, he said. Most people just throw a green pepper on there, and its too strong, but, by pickling it, you sweeten it up. It just makes it better. The restaurant also prides itself on its fresh, soft amoroso bread and fresh meats, shipped straight from Philadelphia. I t s the quality of the meat and bread that make the difference, Mr. PatrickF ree Friday moviesT he Cocoa Beach Public Library will present the following free movies at 3 p.m. on Fridays: Feb. 7: Earth F ree popcorn and refreshments will be provided. T hese movies tell stories about the human experience, with some natures g randest settings as a backdrop. F or more information, visit www.cocoabeachpubliclibrary.com or call (321) 868-1104.L eague of Women Voters of the Space Coast Honors Women of ActionT he League of Women Voters of the Space Coast honors Women of Action on Friday, 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 W omen 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 2012 Most Influential Central Floridian of the Year. Th e honorees include Joan Borders, P olly Cordell and Mary Eason, cofounders of Rolling Readers in Brevard; Maureen Rupe, president of Brevard Par tnership for a Sustainable Future; and Alberta Wilson, chair of the Space Coast Chapter of the National Cong ress of Black Women. T he cost is $30. RSVP to Doreen Archer with entre selection at (321) 622-4071.First Friday Art WalkT he First Friday Art Walk will be from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 7 in Eau Gallie Square, Melbourne. T he event is keeping the spirit of Mardi Gras alive. Wear your beads, Capt.Hirams: B ullet Theory will play from 7:30 p .m. to 12:30 a.m. Friday. The Steve Cowden Duo will play from 2-6 p.m. Saturday. County Line Road will play from 7:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Saturday. And the R unaway Country preparty will be from 7:30-9:30 p .m. Saturday. Greg & Brian will play from 2-6 p.m., with the St. Baldricks pre-shave party from 2-6 p.m. Sunday. K evin McCullers will play from 6-10 p.m. Monday. M icah Read will play from 6-10 p.m. Tuesday. Lucy Iris will play from 6-10 p.m. W ednesday. Hypersona Lite will play from 6-10 p.m. Thursday. Capt. Hirams is at 1580 U.S. Highway 1, S ebastian. F or more information,call (772) 5894345. Coconuts on the Beach: The Mighty Scoundrels will play at 7 p.m. Friday. The T iki Band will play at 1 p.m. (weather permitting), and Kar alyn & the Dawn Patrol will play at 7 p.m. Saturday. T apedeck will play at 2 p.m. S unday. The Shain Honkonen Duo will play at 7 p.m. T uesday. El Dub will play at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Dos Br ohams will play at 7 p.m. Thursday. Coconuts is at 2 M inutemen Causeway, C ocoa Beach. F or more information,call (321) 7841422. Earls Hideaway: Angry M agoo will play at 8:30 p.m. Fr iday. The Spacecoast P layboys will play at 2 p.m., and Wicked Game will play at 8:30 p.m. Saturday. Kelly Richey will play at 2 p.m. S unday. Kevin McCullers will play at 8 p.m. Thursday. Earls is at 1405 Indian River Dr ive, Sebastian. F or more information,call (772) 5895700. Fill-N-Station Saloon: J ohnnyRock1 and Linda Lavis will host Southern T alent Karaoke 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday nights. The Fill-N-Station S aloon is at 2685 U.S. H ighway 1, Mims. F or more ARIES March 21/April 20Aries, you want more than you can acquire this week and your desires may lead you astray. It is important to exercise self-restraint, even if you get a thrill from living on the edge.TA URUS April 21/May 21T aurus, make a concerted effort to improve your focus in the weeks ahead. There is much to lose if you cannot tackle the tasks at hand, particularly at the workplace.GEMINI May 22/June 21Gemini, it's unlike you to slow down, so don't be surprised when friends start looking at you curiously after you take your foot off the gas. Your free spirited nature will soon return.CA NCE R June 22/July 22Cancer, find a routine that works for you and then stick with it. There is no need to reinvent the wheel, and when actions become automatic, you can focus on other things.LEO July 23/Aug. 23A need for attention could get the better of you, Leo. A little humility goes a long way and can alter others' perceptions of you. You may end up being seen in a more positive light.VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22V irgo, you can differentiate between right and wrong, but your judgment might be off this week. Rely on your intuition, but don't make any big decisions without first thinking carefully.LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23See S CENE, B2 See SCOPES, B2Steagles Pub offers best cheesteaks, unique concept for diners, fans W eek of 2-7-2014See OUT, B2Club Scene Staff photo by Chris FishMike Patrick offers authentic, family-friendly Pennsylvania dining and entertainment at Steagles Pub in Melbourne.See S TEAGLES, B6By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com

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information,call (321) 3830053. Gril ls at the Port: H ypersona will play at 8 p.m. Fr iday. Dont Quit Your Day J ob will play at 8 p.m. S aturday. Quick Change will play at 3 p.m. Sunday. Two Ra re will play at 6 p.m. W ednesday. Johnny Danger will play at 5 p.m. Thursday. Grills at the Port is at 505 G len Cheek Drive, Port C anaveral. F or more information,call (321) 868-2226. Grills Seafood & Tiki Bar Riverside: The Kore will play at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Bittersweet will play at 3 p.m. S unday. Grills Riverside is at 6075 N. U.S. Highway 1, M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2428999. Heidis Jazz Club: S teve K irsner & Friends will play from 5-8 p.m., and Veronica S wift will play from 8:30 p .m. to midnight Friday. Ver onica Swift will play from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday. The jam session will be from 7-11 p.m. Sunday. Steve K irsner & Friends will play from 5-7:45 p.m., and Howard Laravea & Pearl Joy will play from 8 p.m. to midnight Wednesday. Linda P eterson will play from 7-11 p .m. Thursday. Heidis is at 7 N. Orlando Ave., Cocoa B each. F or more information,call (321) 783-4559. Kenny Ds Grill & Bar: The Temptations and Four T ops Tribute Show, The M otowners, will be from 810 p.m. Friday. The Dean Mar tin Tribute Show will be from 8-10 p.m. Saturday. A karaoke contest with a chance to win a 10 DC r ecording session in Na shville 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 P hillips is from 5-9 p.m. on M ondays and is open to non-members. The Melbourne Elks is at 211 S. N ieman Ave., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 768-1744.and come listen to the New Orleans Jazz styling of Ron Pirtle. V isit the shops and galleries, and help welcome Restoration Antiques, as it has its grand opening at 1475 Highland Ave. W ine and dine at the two new EGAD restaurants that are open for business and would be delighted to welcome you: Chef Marios Cafe at 1437 Highland Ave., with Italian cuisine; and the T apRoot Lounge at 1385 Highland Ave., with plenty of good food and comfortable outdoor seating. Drop by the Foosaner Art Museum from 5:30-7:30 p.m. for Captain Winston Scott and the FIT Jazz Syndicate. F or further fun, check out the Father/Daughter Dance at the Eau Gallie Civic Center. T he Father/Daughter Dance is a night of dancing, games, food, music and fun. This is a semi-formal event for fathers and their daughters from 6:30-9:30 p.m. Call (321) 255-4608 for more information about the F ather/Daughter Dance.Okinawa Kenjin-Kai Yuimaru-Kai New Year CelebrationT he Okinawa Kenjin-Kai Y uimaru-Kai 2014 New Year Celebration will be at the Elks Lodge No. 1744 at 211 S. Nieman Ave., Melbourne, Saturday, Feb. 8 from 2-7 p.m. T he members will perform traditional Okinawan dances, wear colorful Japanese-style kimonos and apparel, play Okinawan musical instrument (sanshin) and perform a drum dance. Cocoa Beach Karate, Matsubayashi Ryu, Sensei Chaskelson and his student will perform katas and weapon demonstration. T he menu will be chicken or pork with the fixings, and chicken fingers for children younger than 12. F or tickets, contact yuimarukai@yahoo.com. The price of tickets defray the cost of facility rental and the dinner. T icket prices are: adults $15, children younger than 12 $6. Seating is limited.Barbershop harmonyT he Greater Canaveral Chapter of The Barbershop Harmony Society will present Now, That Was Fun at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday, F eb. 8 at the Scott Center for the Performing Arts at Holy T rinity Episcopal Academy, 56 25 Holy Trinity Drive, just off the Pineda Causeway, Melbourne. T he show will feature the comedy quartet Lunch Break, past Dixie District champions; the International Silver Medalist quartet, The Sunny Boys; and The Space Coast Chorus. Cost is $15. F or tickets, call Rick Ricker at (321) 639-9699 or Lonnie Freund at (321) 449-4030.Sip & StrollT he Historic Cocoa Village Association will present Sip & Stroll Champagne & Chocolate Sweethearts from 5-9 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8 at Cocoa Village. Cost is $20 in advance and $25 on event night. A commemorative wine glass and shopping bag is included with every ticket purchased. F or ticket information, contact The Village Spiceman at (321) 749-3407, Ossorio Caf & Bakery at (321) 6392423, Scentchips Cocoa Village at (321) 632-7800 and Magic Dove Magic Shop at (321) 433-1130. F or more information, visit www.cocoavillage.com or call (321) 631-9075.F ree concert down by the riversideRiverside Presbyterian Church, 3400 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach, will present The Ditchfield Family Singers Best of Broadway free concert at 3:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 9. A free ticket for either show is required and can be reserved online at www.RiversidePres.org or by calling (321) 525-7825.Melbourne Chamber Music SocietyOn Tuesday, Feb. 11 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Marks United Methodist Church, 2030 N. Highway A1A, Indialantic, the Melbourne Chamber Music Society will present the award winning Danish String Quartet in a concert of Beethoven, Debussy, Mendelssohn and Danish Folk Music. Tickets are $30 for adults and $10 for students and may be purchased at (321) 2 13-5100, by mail at MCMS, P. O. Box 033403, Indialantic, FL 32903, online at MelbourneChamberMusicSociety.com or at the door.K enny Loggins at the King CenterK enny Loggins will play at the King Center for the Per forming Arts at 8 p.m. T uesday, Feb. 11. Mr. Loggins started out with a psychedelic rock band, became a young songwriter, with a publishing deal, was half of the country-rock duo Loggins & Messina and became a solo artist with songs like Im Alright, Danger Zone, Footloose, This Is It and Dannys Song. T welve of his albums have gone platinum and beyond. Mr. Loggins has enjoyed hit songs in four straight decades and continues to write and record. T he King Center is at 3865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. F or tickets or more information, call (321) 242-2291 or visit www.kingcenter.com. K enny Loggins web page is www.kennyloggins.com.Love and Other AfflictionsT he Downstagers will present Love and Other Afflictions at the Palm Bay Public Library, Wednesday, F eb. 12 at 6 p.m. Love and Other Afflictions is a series of sweetly funny skits about those connections that we hold in our hearts to spouses, children, friends and partners. T he Downstagers troupe has performed sketches, monologues and comedy skits in Brevard County since 1 999. T he performance is free. T he Palm Bay Library is at 1 520 Po rt Malabar Blvd. N.E., P alm Bay. Call the reference department at (321) 952-4519 for more information about the event.Send a singing valentineSend a special loved one a unique singing valentine. Have a barbershop quartet deliver two love songs, a rose, a box of chocolates and your own personal message of love to that special husband, wife, boyfriend, girlfriend, mother, father, boss or anyone you love anytime from Thursday, F eb. 13 to Sunday, Feb. 16 anywhere in Brevard County. Call (321) 254-9223 to give someone a Valentine experience to remember. F riday, February 7, 2014 B2 MelbourneHometown News W EEK LY SPEC IALS 4-9 PM DINE-INONLY W EEK LY SPEC IALS 4-9 PM DINE-INONLYThese are National Tribute Bands that perform just like the originals ... note for note.T ickets On Sale at TicketRiver.com or KennyDs box office.www .KENNYDSGRILL.COM 4 711B ABCOCKSTREET P ALMBAY321-724-9462 EVERY SUNDAY:$2DRAFTS$1.50P IZZA HAPPYHOUR$1.50 Drafts $2 Wells $3 Wines $1.50 PizzaMon-Sat11am-7pm080516Dean Martin February 8 Marilyn Monroe V alentines Day Feb. 14 NeilDiamond -February 15 Bon Jovi February 22 KISSALIVEFebruary 28 Tim McGraw March 1 L ed Zeppelin March 8 T he Livesays March 15SA TU RD AY NI GH TS 8 PM TEXT BEACH to 313131 for 2 FREE T ickets! 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It is a productive pairing.SAG ITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21T his is not your week to mix love and money, Sagittarius. In fact, keep the two as separate as possible, and exercise caution before lending anyone money.CA PRI CO RN Dec. 22/Jan. 20Capricorn, you want to play outside of the rules this week. You normally like to follow a relatively traditional course, so this catches others off guard.AQ UARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18Y ou don't always have the patience to stick with the same routine, Aquarius. That means others cannot expect you to conform to their whims if they want you as a friend.PIS CE S Feb. 19/March 20Pisces, you may need to sacrifice some security for a chance to have a memorable experience. Do something out of the ordinary.OutF rom page B1ScopesF rom page B1 SceneF rom page B1

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NASA advances effort to launch astronauts again from U.S. soilNASA took another step r ecently to restore an American capability to launch astronauts from U nited States soil to the I nternational Space S tation by the end of 2017, subject to the availability of adequate funding. The agencys Commercial Crew Program r equested proposals from U.S. companies to complete development of crew transportation systems that meet NASA certification requirements and begin conducting crewed flights to the space station. This phase of the program, called Commercial Cr ew Transportation Ca pability, will enable NASA to ensure a companys crew transportation system is safe, reliable and cost-effective. As with all of NASAs human spaceflight activities, astronaut safety will be a priority. NASA expects to award one or more CCtCap contracts no later than S eptember 2014. While CCtCap will enable NASA to acquire a capability to transport crews to the space station, systems developed by U.S. industry can be marketed and used by other customers. F or more information, visit http://www.nasa.gov/com mercialcrew.Tw o BPS high schools in top 50 in the nationNe wsweek and The Daily B east analyzed data from thousands of high schools, and two Brevard high schools are among the top 50 in the nation: Edgewood Junior/Senior High School in Merritt Island comes in at No. 27, and W est Shore Junior/Senior H igh School in Melbourne is ranked at No. 45. The ranking is based on how effective the schools are in turning out colleger eady grads and is based on six components. F or more information, visit http://mag.newsweek.co m/2013/05/06/america-sbest-high-schools.html.Junior League community grant opportunitiesThe Junior League of S outh Brevard, Inc. (JLSB) is pleased to announce that its 2014 Community Grant Application is now available online at www.JLSB.net. F or more than four decades, the JLSB has provided administrative guidance, financial support and volunteer services for its adopted projects throughout South Brev ard. In accordance with our mission, the JLSB is now accepting applications for grants from community organizations. JLSB will be awarding a grant of $2,000 each to three community organizations in fiscal year 2013-14 that are requesting funds for programs and/or projects that support the South Brevard community. A pplications must be submitted by Friday, Feb. 28, 2014. N onprofit organizations seeking funding for programs/projects that meet the criteria and benefit South Brevard C ounty are invited to apply. V isit www.jlsb.net/Resources/D ocuments/Grant%20Appli cation%202013-2014.pdf or email crpd@jlsb.net for more information about submitting an application for consideration. BREVARD Growing up on Merritt Island, Christian T amburr has always had a passion for music. I was very fortunate to grow up in a home, where there was music playing all the time, he said. My father, Owen, plays guitar, and from the time I can r emember, would find myself sitting on his lap, strumming the strings while he played the chords of the guitar. After inheriting a baby grand piano from his great aunt at 8 years old, Mr. T amburr recalled his love for the instrument, attempting to play along with his dad on guitar. I t was through this process that I developed my ear for listening and playing along to music, without the notes or chords, Mr. T amburr said. Now an accomplished musician, with his own Las V egas show, Mr. Tamburr has been named the Florida T ech School of Arts and C ommunications Music Artist in Residence for periods during the spring and fall 2014 semesters. Mr. Tamburrs residency will kick off with a special performance of the Christian Tamburr Quintet on T uesday, Feb. 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the Gleason Performing Arts Center. Admission is free. D uring the day of the 11th, I will be on the FIT campus, working with va ri ous music ensembles and private lessons, Mr. T amburr said. We will present our kick-off concert that evening, featuring my internationally touring Q uintet, with my special guest vocalist, Matthew Br yan Feld from NYC. The master classes Mr. T amburr will host will focus on the needs of the students in their perspective ensembles and classes. O ur goal is to expand some of those master classes for students outside of the immediate FIT student body, inviting students from other schools and age groups, he said. Mr. Tamburr added that the Quintet will then travel to DeLaura Middle School and Space Coast J unior/Senior High School to present outreach performances on Wednesday, Feb. 12. M y music is always evolving and changing, but my passion lives in the jazz genre, he said. With that being said, it is important for me to always keep one foot rooted in the past, with the other in the future. P ulling inspiration from the great American songbook all the way through to The Beatles, Adele, Katy P erry, Sting and Ed Sheeran, Mr. Tamburr said his goal is to take his musical approach, with a typical jazz instrumentation, and present music that an audience, aged 17 and older, can relate to. F or me, its about the integrity of the talent, the level of musicianship and the content that the audience can relate with, he said. Finding that balance is key. The members of the Christian Tamburr Quintet include special guest vocalist Matthew Bryan F eld, Scott Giddens on piano, Billy Thornton on bass and Peter Miles on drums. Mr. Tamburrs residency dates include return visits on March 10 through 12, Apr il 1 through 2 and April 21 through 23, with fall dates still to be announced. This residency is the first of its kind for FIT and our area, Mr. Tamburr said. Its an opportunity to support a program that is thinking proactively about the importance of the arts in education and our community. He added that, by supporting live music and the people, who are wishing to develop and create more of it, people are showing, as a town, that they are able to put down their smart phones for an evening and see something real, something tangible something that cannot be downloaded, but must be experienced live. W e want more for our children, our students and our culture, Mr. Tamburr said. Grateful for the opportunity Florida Tech has presented to him to help build its music program, Mr. T amburr is looking forward to returning to the Space C oast. Brevard is my home. I love coming home, he said. I love that, through FIT and this residency program, I will have the ability to inspire and create new musical and artistic opportunities for the students in our area. My band is excited and I am excited to be home for a few days to play for an audience that I have grown up with. The Christian Tamburr Q uintet will kick-off Christian Tamburrs Music Artist in Residence at Florida T ech on Tuesday, Feb. 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the Gleason Per forming Arts Center. A dmission is free. F or more information,call (321) 674-7384 or visit www.christiantamburr.com. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 7, 2014 Melbourne B3 080510Crowne Plaza Melbourne Oceanfront 2605 N. Hwy A1A Melbourne Beach, FL 32903GEMSTONES Amethyst, Burmese Rubies, Sapphires, BCJade, Garnets, Moonstone, Quartz ~ large inventory of miscellaneous gemstones.PEARLS Keshi and assorted Freshwater Pearls.ASSORTEDFINDINGS From base metal to Sterling Silver.BEADS sizes 8-11-15, Delicas sizes 10-11, Magatamas, Tilas, Cubes, Peanuts, SuperDuos, Kumihimo Supplies, Handmade Lampwork Beads. Everthing to meet your beading needs! An ENTIREbead store coming to you!ONE-OF-A-KINDHAND-CRAFTEDJEWELRY FORSALE BRING IN THIS AD AND GET A 25% DISCOUNTOFFBEADSThe Beading LadiesBead &JewelryShowSaturday, February 8, 201410 am-4 pmONEDAYONLY!! 781584 THURS. THRU SUN.95Draft Beer1600 S. Wickham Rd., Melbourne409-8217 Now Open 7 Da y s A Week 11:00am 10:00pm 080628 LOBSTERROLLSNew England Seafood Specials includes Fries, Coleslaw or SaladFried Cod Fried Haddock Fried Oysters Fried Shrimp Fried Ipswich Clams Fried MahiStripsTHURSDAY We Now HaveVEALMARSALA&CHICKENMARSALAEvery Weekend Happy ValentinesDayV alentines SpecialLOBSTER/ SCALLOPS ONBOWTIE P ASTA WITH CREAMY SAUCE DINING & ENTERTAINMENTMusician returns home for Florida T ech residency, performances Photo courtesy of Christian TamburrFlorida Tech Music Artist in Residence Christian Tamburr will kick off his residency with a performance of the Christian Tamburr Quintet on Tuesday, Feb. 11 at the Gleason P erforming Arts Center. Admission is free. 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Babcock St. Melbourne 751-2990BREAKFASTANDLUNCH 7:30 am-3 pmCheck out our new menu at: facebook.com/SCurvesCafeFree delivery to local businesses 080614 3016 West New Haven Ave. West Melbourne 725-6855 Liver and onions with bacon and 2 sides$8.49with purchase of 2 beverages A voiding Kitchen Nightmares (Part 3) By Mario StradiSo we had closed a deal on a new building in the Arts District, and my initial target date to open was somewhere in mid-November. Things didnt quite work out that way, but we didnt miss by much. We banged out the licensing, with a few delays here and there, but nothing too time consuming. Then we had to do the build out, and paint it with some neutral colors. We redid the floors and lighting. One big delay was our pizza prep unit that we ordered did not work properly, even though it was brand new. One ofthe surprising things was as we were doing the work, lots ofpeople came in offthe streets to ask when we we re opening, and how happy they were to see a new r estaurant opening up. During the process, I had a bout 250 resumes to go through, and selected and interviewed prospects and hired the best. Finally we had a soft openingin mid-December we opened up for 2 First F ridays, and that went very w ell. We had a limited menu, then added a few more items during the second weekend. We wanted to make a good first impression, so we kept the menu a bit limited, so as not to put too much pressure on our new staff. Also, though at the time we did not have a beer and wine license, the city informed us that we were able to give away free wine during these meals and so we did. Overall we did get slammed, and I was pleased. We also had a couple of Friends and Familymeals on Saturdays. The feedback we r eceived was all positive. However, things were not perfect, and so I shut it down ov er the holidays to tune things up on the service side with some additional training. We trained for 5 hours each day with the staff to get things perfect. I also had to wait for my pizza prep unit to get repaired and sent back. Our Grand Opening took place on the 13th ofJanuary, and it seems like were a big hit. Im still tweaking my w ebsite and making some other minor adjustments. Th at being said, I invite y ou to come by and see me and enjoy a great meal. See you next week, when Ill highlight some things on my menu. ChefMario Stradi is owner/ c hefofChefMarios Caf,located at 1437 Highland Ave.in Melbourne.It has just opened.You can call (321) 241-4890 or try chef-mario.com 080611 Gorgeous and GreenBy Jim KatehakisWhen it comes to comfort and the cozy factorno f looring is better than carpet. W hen you want to stretch out in front ofthe TV on movie night or just enjoy a quieter, softer living environment, carpet is still king. T he latest advances in technology have brought us fibers that are softer, more durable, more colorfast and most importantly more stain r esistant. The most notable fiber is Smartstrand. K arastan carpet partnered with DuPont to explore the technology to create carpet from crops. Smartstrand r enewably sourced polymer is made in part with naturally occurring sugar from readily av ailable and renewable crops. Smartstrand fibers key ingredient is Bio-PDO w hich is produced from corn sugar. In fact, 37% ofthe fiber is made from renewable sources instead ofpetroleum based ingredients. The fact that renewable crops grown in America are used to produce Smartstrand is just the beginning ofits sustainability story. The rest ofthe story is in the energy savings realized in the actual production of the fiber as opposed to fiber traditionally derived from petroleum.CleanabilityT he structure ofthis fiber is so unique that it provides permanent engineered-in stain r esistance that cannot wear or wash offever. No chemical coatings means there are no stiffor harsh fibers either. Smartstrand cannot fade, is b leach resistant, cleans with water and mild detergent and is actually warranted against pet stains.Fashionable and Extremely Soft to the TouchGive your family the comfort they love without the fear ofstaining. You can have great fashion available in a broad range ofcolors, styles and textures in that retreat we call home.Eco FriendlyYe s, gorgeous can be green. We all have a part in making the right choices for our environment as well as our family. Smartstrand fiber is designed and engineered to be 100% recycled at the end of its lifecycle. Instead ofbeing destined for the landfill, it will be converted to solid pellets and made ultimately into automotive parts and rug pad.Cost EffectiveBetter doesnt necessarily mean costs more. Smartstrand is on par with most nylon carpets when comparing like-qualities. A longer lifecycle is the big separator when you really assess value. A product that cleans better, wears better and doesnt stain will ultimately last longer and will be more cost effective in the long run.Jim Katehakis is the owner ofK& Y Carpet One in Melbourne.He can be reached at (321) 725-0021.His website iswww.KandYCarpetOneMelbourne.com. 080623 By Mike C. NorthrupIn todays YouTube world, many might ask ifhome movies are still relevant. As a company who has spent over 50 years helping people capture and preserve their memories, we wholeheartedly believe that your home movies are not only relevant, but an important part ofour visual history. After all, ifVine ceased to exist, no one would miss those 6seconds videos that tickle our funny bones and cater to our short a ttention spans. Ifsomething happened to your home movies though, you and your loved ones w ould certainly miss out! Different formats ofhome movies present unique challenges f or preservation and archiving. F or example, ifyouve videoed or inherited reels of16mm, 8mm, or Super 8, the dyes in the film will begin to fade over time, discoloring your videos or making them look as ifthey are slowly disappearing. Home movies on tapes such as VHS, Hi8, Digital 8, and MiniDV will also degrade with age as the tapes begin to demagnetize. Luckily, there are some steps you can take to preserve and protect your home movies. W hen storing your home movies, avoid direct sunlight, heat, and humidity. These environmental factors can cause damage to film and tapes and cause them to degrade faster. Your crawlspace and garage are not ideal storage locations for your home movies! We r ecommend storing them in a cool, dry area ofyour house. If y ou are in an area thats susceptible to flooding, store your home movies on a high shelf. By fo llowing this advice, you can significantly slow the rate of degradation. F or long-term preservation, we r ecommend transferring your home movies to an archival medium like a DVD. There are several advantages to consider. First, the industry standard fo rm at f or home movies have changed a lot over the years. Its getting harder and harder to find ways to watch these older home movies. (I, for one, havent owned a V CR since at least 1998!) When y ou transfer your home movies to a DV D, it will be easier than ever to r elive your favorite moments. Another reason to transfer y our home movies to DVD is that y ou will permanently capture your home videos at their currently quality. While your originals may continue to degrade, the DVD wo n t, and will last for generations. Finally, we recommend transferring your home movies to D VD for the ease ofsharing. Not only are duplicate copies inexpensive they make great gifts f or family and will eliminate the o ld family fight over who gets to inherit the home movies. W hile there are many places that advertise home movie to DVD transfers, Southern Photo is the only place in town that doesnt ship y our precious originals out ofthe state. Stop by or call us to learn how we can help you preserve your home movies so they last forever! 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.080627 Preserving Your Home Movies W elcome to080621A series of informative articles from some of Melbournes Entrepreneurs 080602BYRDSWestern Store4855 W. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 7, 2014 Melbourne B5 080507 By Jeff CrawfordNo athlete is an island, completely alone; rather every athlete is a part of a whole.They are bonded together, built and refined through relationships based on sw eat and hard work. Any a thletes development in turn develops me because I am part ofthe gym. In the same way steel sharpens steel; a comm unity ofathletes will forge our mind, body and soul. Humans thrive in social interactions and athletes are no different. In terms ofathletic development the most important aspect is becoming part ofa like minded community. Quite simply, we will not make the same progress at the same rate independently. Most commercial gyms fail to appreciate humans innate need for this community, peer bonding or it's synergistic effect on human development. T hese gyms assign members a number rather than a name and never invest in them on a personal level. In turn, members have no direction, accountability or competition in which to compare their results. These gyms seems cold and lifeless, members hide behind the security of headphones, avoid eye contact and have little guidance. This av oids the very community that is needed to be successful. At Maverick CrossFit not only will we know your name, y ou will become part ofour family. Within our community y ou will form life long r elationships with like minded individuals, all moving in a similar direction. These r elationships help keep us on track by providing us with accountability. On days where our motivation is waning, one simple call or text can provide us with enough motivation to walk through the doors. When we know our friends and coaches are expecting to see us, we are more likely to stick to the commitment we have made. Suffering through workouts and pushing ourselves past perceived limitations creates a bond unparalleled in the normal gym a tmosphere. There is a unique connection that is formed when we open up our hearts and pores simultaneously; in these moments ofphysical exertion we allow ourselves to be vulnerable, putting our weaknesses on display in hopes ofbecoming stronger together. This creates an environment ofencouragement and trust rather than judgment. No athlete is an Island, nor should they be treated as such. In order to reach our greatest potential we must become a part ofa community. Each member contributing to the development ofthe whole. W ithin this community we will b uild relationships that will ke ep us on track and encourage us to keep plowing forward ev en when our goals seem out of r each. Let Maverick CrossFit be y our family, together we can accomplish so much more. J effCrawford is a trainer at Maverick CrossFit,located at 630 Atlantis Road,Melbourne.You may reach him at (321) 345-9348 orat maverickcrossfit.com. 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Lack ofsleep is r esponsible for over 18 billion dollars in estimated lost productivity due to sleep loss issues and countless accidents not to mention poor health. Most people sabotage their chance to fall asleep by staying up past that natural time zone (10p-12a) when the body slows and wants to sleep. Almost all the people in a Harvard study that woke up between 1am-4am had low blood sugar levels and low B-12 levels. Reading, watching TV and falling sleep and then getting up and trying to go to bed are all killers ofa good nights rest. Y our bedroom environment can play a large roll in sleep. Cell phone and clocks should not be close to your head, keep them 6-8 feet away Pets should not be on the bed or in the room and ov erhead fans, too much light or listening to music or TV, all can disrupt a good nights sleep. Even the scents from air fresheners and fabric softeners can have an effect on rest; many scents are stimulating and should not be used in the bedroom. Of course a good bed that supports your body and does not create those sore spots in the night makes a big difference, but so many other things play a part in waking, feeling rested or like you did not sleep at all. To help sleep, try increasing your B-12 intake during the day, B-12 helps y ou produce Melatonin (a brain chemical that aids in sleep). 1000 mcg. per day under the tongue will give you better energy during the day and help you fall asleep at night. Hot milk and/or some peanut butter before bed can help too. Milk has T ryptophan which helps you r elax and fall asleep, peanut b utter can help sustain your b lood sugar levels longer at night so low blood sugar will not wake you up. Herbal supplements like Chamomile tea also work to help you r elax and welcome sleep. A step up from those is T heanine (gamma-glutam ylethylamide) which can help relax and aid in the path to rest (check with your doctor for drug interaction before taking Theanine). Next week beating stress naturally.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 080625 Bada Bing Bada Boom drop by and consumeBy Charles MarchicaJust like that, the football season is over. We hate to see it go. Super Bowl Sunday was extremely busy here at Gennas, and a good time was had by all. I ran a valuable special for the g ame, and people took advantage ofit. We are often involved in special events outside ofmy store, too, like s in the Park, activities with the Boy Scouts, The Cancer W alk, plus we cater for assorted grand openings. We always try to give back to the community, because we live and work here ev ery day, and its a symbiotic r elationship that I have cultivated with my customers during the brieftime Ive been in business for myself. We all help each other. In fact, there is ev en a sense ofcamaraderie amongst my competition. It is not uncommon for other Mom and Poprestaurants to run out ofcertain ingredient, and when they call me, I bail them out, and vice versa. Im getting close to a year in b usiness, and later in the year I have big plans. Ill do some r emodeling, with new counters and some display shelves so my customers can see what we offer. Ill be busting out plenty ofnew and exciting menu items, including healthy selections, new salads wraps and soups. We ll also be adding a few different kinds ofdesserts. Right now our desserts consist ofcheesecake, chocolate cake and cannolis.You can look for online ordering in the next month or so Another main focus will be to continue to provide great fast lunches, for the surrounding businesses and individuals who need to get in and get out. I also want to get the word out about my delivery service. Did you know that we have no minimum order? I am the only place in town where ifyou just want a seven dollar sandwich,and your wifes out of town (and youre too lazy to cook) you can call me and I will bring it, no delivery fee. Moreover, my delivery area is expansive. I deliver all of Suntree Vierra, then all the way down to Sarno Road. So spread the word, as I have, both online, word of mouth and in the Hometown News. As a pizza chefand b usiness owner, I strive everyday to please my existing customers, and also gain new customers so I can eventually expand my empire. We ll soon have our beer and wine license, too, so thatll be another plus. Now for this week, here is something just for the r eaders ofthis column many people tell me I have the best meatballs, and I think I do. So f or this week, ifyou come in and mention this column, Ill give y ou a free sample of Melbournes best meatball! Ill talk to you next w eek. Right now I gotta go for some gabagool! Charles Marchica is owner/operator ofGenna Pizza Company,4301 N.Wickham R oad.(321) 242-3003.Visit pizza4dinner.com 080615

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said. Along with its famous P hilly Cheesesteak, Steagles offers some of the best wings in town, as well as the delicious Polish Perogie, which is polish ravioli, grilled perfectly to crisp the outer shells, and stuffed with mashed potatoes and cheddar cheese. Once its r eady, the dish is dipped in sour cream and onion to add the perfect flavor. B esides delicious and authentic Philly food, S teagles offers something for fans of the Pittsburgh area, as well, including a Primanti-style sandwich, which many of his customers prefer to the original. The venue also provides topnotch entertainment, including a Pennsylvania party the third Friday of every month. W e have had guys in from B oston, Whitesnake and Christina Aguileras band, he said. We try and have top-notch entertainment here, and I bring in a new band every month to try it out. S teagles also provides a perfect dining experience for children of all ages. I f you look at the McDonalds theory of if you get a H appy Meal as a child, you are a customer for life, I want to do the same thing, Mr. Patrick said. I want (children) to say, Mommy and Daddy, I want a cheesesteak from Steagles, and that is slowly happening. Mr. Patrick said that there is also a place located outside the restaurant for children, which includes a basketball net, ring toss and cornhole. I f a parent wants a cold beer and some time to enjoy themselves, their kids have something to do, he said. They wont be bothering them to leave, while they eat. In the future, Mr. Patrick said he hopes to expand his unique concept to other areas. The idea is to franchise out, and we are currently looking for investors to help with this, he said. That is the goal. The idea is to duplicate this concept. S teagles Pub is located at 1395-C Cypress Ave. in M elbourne. S teagles Pub is open M ondays from 11 a.m. to 9 p .m., Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Thursdays and Fridays from 11 a.m. to midnight, Saturdays from noon to midnight and Sundays from noon to 8 p .m. S teagles offers an Open Mi c night Tuesdays and W ednesdays from 7-10 p.m., karaoke on Thursdays from 7 p.m. to midnight and live music on Friday and Sa turday nights. F or more information,call (321) 757-8550 or visit www. S teaglespub.com or find the pub on Facebook.Martha Matilda SweeneyMar tha Matilda Sweeney, 91, of Barefoot Bay, died Fr iday, Jan. 17, 2014. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, Melbourne. Sheldon Scott JohnsonS heldon Scott Johnson, 61, of St. Cloud, died Sunday, J an. 19, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Maria BenderMar ia Bender, 90, of I ndialantic, died Tuesday, J an. 21, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Anne ShulleteAnne Shullette, 95, of M elbourne, died Tuesday, J an. 21, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.W esley D. FinchW esley D. Finch, 73, of M elbourne, died Tuesday, J an. 21, 2014. Arrangements were by B each Funeral Homes, M elbourne.Harry BruceH arry Bruce, 88, of M elbourne, died Thursday, J an. 23, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Barbara Ann DemkoB arbara Ann Demko, 75, of M elbourne Beach, died Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, Melbourne.Joycelyn MundyJoy celyn Mundy, 62, of P alm Bay, died Thursday, J an. 23, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Norma I. ElliottNor ma I. Elliott, 84, of M elbourne, died Thursday, J an. 23, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Jerry R. JamesJ erry R. James, 90, of I ndian Harbour Beach, died Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, Melbourne. Nicholas J. Nick PanebiancoN icholas J. Nick P anebianco, 72, of Melbourne, died Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Richard W aldo DennisonRichard Waldo Dennison, 83, of Melbourne, died Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, Melbourne.Robin Rene TrautmanR obin Rene Trautman, 49, of Melbourne, died Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Robert LupellaR obert Lupella, 83, of M elbourne, died Thursday, J an. 23, 2014. Arrangements were by B each Funeral Home, I ndian Harbour Beach.Henry J. MartinezH enry J. Martinez, 88, of M elbourne, died Friday, Jan. 24, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Erlon F. MasonErlon F. Mason, 85, of West M elbourne, died Friday, Jan. 24, 2014. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, Melbourne.Santo GargalinoS anto Gargalino, 91, of S atellite Beach, died Friday, J an. 24, 2014. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, Melbourne. Barbara L. CrosbyB arbara L. Crosby, 73, of M elbourne, died Friday, Jan. 24, 2014. Arrangements were by B each Funeral Homes, M elbourne.Clarissa Elsa AllwineClarissa Elsa Allwine, 79, of West Melbourne, died S aturday, Jan. 25, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne. B arbara M.Newton B arbara M. Newton, 83, of P alm Bay, died Saturday, J an. 25, 2014. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, Melbourne.Kathleen J. HahnK athleen J. Hahn, 79, of M elbourne, Florida died S unday, Jan. 26, 2014. Arrangements were by B each Funeral Homes, M elbourne.Doff Daniel GriffithDoff Daniel Griffith, 88, of W est Melbourne, died S unday, Jan. 26, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne. F riday, February 7, 2014 B6 MelbourneHometown News www.babcockdentalcenterpalmbay.com Check us out atwww.rateadentist.com CareCreditPa tient Payment PlansDr. Tuomas K. Niemi, DMD $85$25Full Exam,Full X-Rays & Cleaning(Cleaning D1110, Exam D0150, XRAYS D0210)EMERGENCY EXAMSame Day with Proposed TreatmentD0140 ( 1 X-Ray D0220) Ask About FREEWHITENINGwith Cosmetic Dentistry4711 BABC OCK ST. NE, PALM BAYFA MIL Y, C OSMETIC &IMPLANT DENTISTRY W ere Patient People. 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Besides the law issues, they do not pay for local taxes and licenses like your established ve terinarians do. This, ofcourse, does not help pay any local community expenses. Once the v accine is given, ifyour pet has an adverse reaction they are long gone and your local veterinarian and/or emergency facility must be sought out. In the case ofprescriptions purchased from an online pharmacy, medicine purchased from them doesnt come with a manufacturer guarantee because the drug companies dont supply them with their inventory. As with the vaccine clinics, no portion ofthe money you pay them goes back to your local community through taxes. When you purchase drugs and vaccinate your animals at your local veterinarian, y ou are doing your part to support small businesses in your hometown. Please support your local v eterinary establishments. Call your veterinarian f or more information and guidance. 080630T ails from the Vet Dr. Michael Ponte Dr. Michael Ponte (321) 254-1754 www.sarnoanimalhospital.com Obituaries SteaglesF rom page B1

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College students experience and examine the Army without incurring an obligation to serve in the Army or ROTC, and are eligible to receive two-year college scholarship offers and attend the Adv anced ROTC Course at their college. C adets are observed and evaluated during classr oom and field training exercises to determine their officer potential in leadership abilities and skills. The cadets are trained to have a sound understanding of traditional leadership values during the challenging, motivating hands-on training. The training develops well-disciplined, highly motivated, physically conditioned students, and helps improve the cadets self-confidence, initiative, leadership potential, decision making and collective team cohesion. The cadets r eceive training in fundamental military skills, Army values, ethics, W arrior ethos, basic rifle marksmanship, small arms tactics, weapons training, drill and ceremony, communications, combat water survival training, r appelling, land navigation, and squad-level operations field training. He is a student at the U niversity of Central F lorida, Orlando. He is the son of Simone S purlock of Melbourne. He graduated in 2009 from Eau Gallie High School, Melbourne.John W. MurrayAir Force Airman John W. M urray graduated from basic military training at J oint Base San AntonioLackland, San Antonio, T exas. Airman Murray is the son of Ericka Ross Murray of P alm Bay. He is a 2012 graduate of P alm Bay High School, M elbourne.Giovanni E. Brunelle Army Cadet Giovanni E. Br unelle has graduated from the Army Reserve Officers Training Corps Leaders Training Course at Fort Knox, Ky. The four-week course is a leadership internship for cadets that can lead to the ultimate goal of becoming an Army officer. College students experience and examine the Army without incurring an obligation to serve in the Army or ROTC, and are eligible to receive two-year college scholarship offers and attend the Ad va nced ROTC Course at their college. C adets are observed and evaluated during classr oom and field training exercises to determine their officer potential in leadership abilities and skills. The cadets are trained to have a sound understanding of traditional leadership values during the challenging, motivating hands-on training. The training develops well-disciplined, highly motivated, physically conditioned students, and helps improve the cadets self-confidence, initiative, leadership potential, decisionmaking, and collective team cohesion. The cadets r eceive training in fundamental military skills, Army values, ethics, W arrior ethos, basic rifle marksmanship, small arms tactics, weapons training, drill and ceremony, communications, combat water survival training, r appelling, land navigation, and squad-level operations field training. C adet Brunelle is a student at Marrion Military Institute, Ala. He is the son of Robert and Carol Thomas of M elbourne. He gr aduated in 2013 from Viera High School, V iera.Megan L. DonahueArmy Capt. Megan L. Donahue has graduated from the Uniformed Ser vices University of the H ealth Sciences in Bethesda, Md. The graduate r eceived a medical degree and was commissioned to the rank of captain, with a minimum seven-year active duty service commitment. The university is a tuition-free institution, which manages a graduate nursing school, a graduate school with doctor of philosophy and masters degree programs, and a medical school that prepares men and women to be outstanding health care practitioners, physicians and scientists for careers in the Army, Navy, Air Force and U.S. Public H ealth Service in service to the nation. The medical school curriculum includes a concentration of preventive medicine, primary care, military medicine, and emergency medicine. The curriculum programs are related directly to force health protection, tropical diseases, disaster medicine, military and public health medical readiness and adaptation to extreme environments. The captain has served in the military for four years. S he is the daughter of Br ian and Patricia Donahue of West Melbourne.Maria A. CaulfordArmy Sgt. First Class Mar ia A. Caulford has been named the 2013 U.S. Army Tr ansportation Corps N oncommissioned Officer of the Year. S election was based on the individuals exemplary duty performance, job knowledge, leadership qualities, teamwork, significant self-improvement, personal achievements, notable accomplishments, and community service and support. Sgt. First Class Caulford is an army transportation specialist assigned to the U.S. Army Africa at Vicenza, Italy. The sergeant first class has served in the military for 16 years. S he is the daughter of Mar ia and Gustavo O. Ruiz of Wharton, N.J. S he graduated in 1997 from Eau Gallie High School, Melbourne.Matthew E. HugginsPvt. First Class Matthew E Huggins graduated from Army Basic Combat Tr aining at Fort Jackson, SC. He is the son of Cheryl H uggins of Melbourne and grandson of Robert and B onnie Harvey of Palm Bay. He is a 2013 graduate of M elbourne High School. 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Brevard T eacher of Y ear remains humbleBREVARD Atlantis Elementary School is now the home to its third Br evard County Teacher of the Year in less than a decade. On Thursday, Jan. 30, M atthew Yount, a sixy ear veteran of Brevard P ublic Schools and a sixth-grade math teacher at Atlantis Elementary in Po rt S t. John, was named the Brevard County T eacher of the Year. Mr. Yount, who r eceived the honor during the third-annual A pplauding Brevard's Champions Awards ceremony at the King C enter for the Performing Arts, marks the third time since 2007 that an A tlantis Elementary School teacher received this top honor. "I t' s an unbelievable honor and blessing because I know what amazing teachers we have in Brevard County," he said. "I am humbled, y et excited, to represent such a hard-working, selfless and skilled group of people." Mr. Yount said that growing up, he originally intended to be a lawyer, but his life took a different path. "I originally went to school to become an Army JAG officer (lawyer), but realized God had different plans for me. I thought back to my childhood, and some of my fondest memories we re working with my little sister, who has Down syndrome, and her classmates and friends," he said. "So, I decided to switch schools and change my major to pursue a degree in exceptional education." C ynthia Adams, principal of Atlantis Elementary School, said that the award could not have gone to a more deserving educator, who she described as having a wonderful sense of humor" and one, who engages his students. Adoption event helps hundreds of Space Coast pets find homes MELBOURNE Hundreds of pets found loving homes on Jan. 25-26 at a M ega Adoption Event, hosted by local animal welfare agencies. Br evard Community M ega Adoptions, which consists of the SPCA of Breva r d, Brevard County Animal Services, Brevard Aiding S helter Animals Project, H ope for Brevard, the Central Brevard Humane Society and the Space Coast F eline Network, hosted its first Mega Adoption Event of the new year at the Azan Sh r ine Center in Melbourne. The weekend saw 277 animals find a new place to live, including 149 cats and 128 dogs. "P eople love Mega Adoption Events and other types of off-site adoption events because many of them will never enter a shelter, even a no-kill one, like the SPCA," S usan Naylor, media specialist for SPCA of North Br evard, Inc. "Adoption events allow people to save the life of a shelter animal, which makes them feel good without ever having to step foot in a shelter. Plus, they have the added bonus of finding a new best friend." Ms. Naylor said that it is M ega Adoption Events that help Brevard County move 781535 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 V ol. 10, No. 29 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Feb. 7, 2014 081314 50%OFFGift Certificates for Dining, Golf, Hotels & Much More!!!www.HometownNewsOL.com Featuring: Land &Sea Thai Fusion FRIDAY, FEB. 7 Butterfly hike at the center: The Barrier Island C enter, 8385 S. Highway A1A, M elbourne Beach, will present "A ttracting Pollinators and B utterfly Hike" at 11 a.m. Frid ay, Feb. 7. C ost is $12. Call ahead to enroll. F or more information,call (321) 723-3556 or visit www.barrierislandcenter.com Women voters'guest speaker: The League of W omen Voters Space Coast will host guest speaker Deirdre M acnab, president of the League of Women Voters of F lorida at 11:30 a.m. Friday, Fe b. 7 at the Suntree Country Club, 1 Country Club Drive, M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 254-7183 or visit www.lwv-spacecoast.org. SSWD group to meet in C ocoa Beach: The Single, S eparated, Widowed and Di vorced group will meet for lunch at the Florida's Seafood and Bar Grill, 480 W. Cocoa B each Causeway, Cocoa B each, on Friday, Feb. 7 at 12:30 p.m. All are welcome to join the group. P lease call (321) 868-7775 for details. Crane Community Center events: Kids Klub (5-11 years): Fr iday Feb. 7 and 28, 4:30-8:30 p .m. Video Game Domination (ages 14-17): Friday, Feb. 7, 8:45-11:15 p.m. Fabric Painting (Floral): M onday, Feb. 10, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Kids Valentines Party (6-12 y ears): Friday, Feb. 14, 6-10 p .m. No School Day Camp (6-12 y ears): Monday, Feb. 17, 7:15 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. Urban Hunting Dogs: T uesday, Feb. 18 (four weeks), 5:45-6:45 p.m. Rummage Sale: Friday, Feb. 21 and Saturday, Feb. 22, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Glass Painting: Monday, Fe b. 24, 10 a.m. to noon. Yoga Thursdays: Feb. 27 (four weeks), 5:45-6:45 p.m. The Crane Community C enter is at 1440 Mosswood Dr ive, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 255-4609. Chowder Cook-Off: The 29th Annual Chowder CookOff with a Twist will be held on Fr iday, Feb. 7 at Cruise Te r minal No. 4 in Port C anaveral. The event is open to the public, with the V.I.P. admission beginning at 5 p.m. and the general admission at 6 F OODB1 IN DEXC HEESE STEAKSCalendarA1 ClassifiedB7 Crossword B6 Horoscopes B1 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Club Scene B1 V iewpoint A6Community CalendarSee CALENDAR, A2 Double-trouble on the field Photo by Paul LepinskieLuke Kelly, 7, of Melbourne gives the ball a kick, while his twin brother Mark observes the play, during a soccer game,held at Melbourne Central Catholic High School sports field Saturday, Feb. 1. His team, from Ascension Catholic School, played against the first-graders of St. Joseph's. EFSC offers law enforcement programMELBOURNE As children, many dreamed of becoming a law enforcement officer saving lives and helping the community. Eastern Florida State College is offering a unique opportunity for those, who are Correctional Officers, to apply to a special Correctional Officer Cross-Over to Law Enforcement Officer A cademy. The deadline to apply for this part-time academy is Fr iday, Feb. 28. The program is set to begin on M onday, April 7. "A pplicants must possess a current Correctional Officer Certification in the state of Florida, or have completed the Corrections Academy within the last four y ears and passed the Corr ectional Officer State Certification Exam," said Melissa W alker, advanced and specialized training coordinator at EFSC's Public Safety I nstitute. I nterested candidates for the 2014 Correctional Officer Cross-Over to Law Enforcement Officer Academy must complete a specialized application process with the Public Safety Institute. "T w enty-four students will be accepted into the program," Ms. Walker said. The part-time program will begin on Monday, April 7 and run Monday through Thursday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p .m., with some Saturdays at the Public Safety Institute on EFSC's Melbourne campus. The program is 489 hours of instruction over 24 w eeks," Ms. Walker said. "G r aduates earn a Postsecondary Adult Vocational certificate." S ome of the classes in the Zoo celebrates 20th anniversary, Brick-Day'MELBOURNE Twenty y ears ago, 70,000 students from all over the Space C oast were given a special opportunity, which laid the foundation for the Brevard Zoo. These students created special bricks some decorated with stones, initials and their names that would create the walkways for the Zoo. To this day, the bricks r emain the very stepping stones throughout the Breva rd Zo o, guiding visitors to and from the many exhibits it has to offer. On Saturday, Feb. 8 and S unday, Feb. 9, the Brevard Z oo invites these now "g ro wn-up" children, as w ell as the community, to celebrate "Happy BrickD ay Weekend" from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Regular Zoo admission applies. The Zoo has experienced tremendous growth since opening in 1994, with P aws On and the Latin America loop," said Cheri Pu r nell, director of membership programs. "We added Wild Florida, Australasia and Expedition Africa loops, a fun train ride giving guests the opportunity to see animals otherwise not viewable did a total renovation of the original Paws On, to include a water play area, a 20,000gallon aquarium and other interactive experiences." Along with these additions, Brevard Zoo's animal collection has grown substantially. "W e currently have more than 880 animals, representing 182 species, located in Florida, South America, Africa, Asia and Australia, and our conservation programs continue to expand," Ms. Purnell added. The Zoo prides itself on carrying out its mission of W ildlife Conservation, through education andBy Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com See LA W, A4By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com See BR ICK DAY, A9By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See ADOPTION, A3By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See TEACHER, A9 HERE, KITTY KITTY Jack' loves chasing lizards and snuggling P ageA7 INSIDE

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p .m. General Admission to the event is $20 per person in advance and $25 at the door. This year's V.I.P. party is going to be the best yet! V.I.P. admission ticket includes early admission, sampling without the crowds, a complementary beer or wine, a special giveaway, early silent auction bidding, and one out of eight V .I.P. attendees will receive a door prize. All tickets sold will be entered in a grand prize drawing. The Chowder Cook-Off with a Twist is hosted by the C onvention and Visitors Bu r eau of the Cocoa Beach R egional Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by the C anaveral Port Authority, Ron J on Surf Shop, Victory Casino Cr uises and Walkabout Golf Club. This is a great opportunity to sample foods from local r estaurants and support the tourism community. T ickets are available at V isitCocoaBeach.com the C ocoa Beach Regional Chamber of Commerce office (400 Fortenberry Road, Merritt I sland), the CVB's Tourist I nformation Center (8501 Astronaut Blvd., Cape C anaveral), The Exploration To w er in Port Canaveral, Baja Ta vern and Eats, Grills Seafood in Port Canaveral, Rusty's S eafood in Port Canaveral, F ishlips in Port Canaveral, M illiken's Reef, Wild Ocean S eafood Market in Titusville and Port Canaveral and all Cr est Cleaners locations. All admission includes sample tastings of all chowders, appetizers and desserts, hors d'oeuvres, a cash bar, silent auction, drawings and live entertainment. Ev ent information is available at www.VisitCocoaBeach.com and www.CocoaBeachChamber.co m. Black History Celebration: Fr iday, Feb. 7 at 6 p.m. at the Grant Street Community C enter, 2547 Grant St., M elbourne. In conjunction with the South Br evard Chapter of the NAACP, the city of Melbourne is hosting its first Annual Black H istory Celebration. This event will include a night of singing, education, and presentations of the history and culture of B lack America. F or more information,call (321) 674-5723.SAT URDAY, FEB. 8 Sensory sensitive cinema: Ca r mike Cinemas presents sensory sensitive cinema at 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 8 at 2241 To wn Center Drive, Melbourne. The volume is lower, the lights remain half on and moving around is OK. Br inging special dietary snacks/drinks from home is encouraged. The movies are shown in 2D, and regular matinee pricing applies. F or more information,call (321) 775-1210. Sweetheart Brunch: The S outh Brevard City Council of B eta Sigma Phi Sorority will host the fifth annual Sweetheart Brunch at 10 a.m. S aturday, Feb. 8 at Doubles B eachside, 1896 S. Patrick Dr ive, Indian Harbour Beach. C ost is $20 per person. The following Sweethearts from each chapter will be introduced: Evelyn Kirchmaier, Lois Stacer, Linda Paiva, R osanne Nelson and Ursula O'Brien. The Laureate Alpha Nu Chapter is in charge of this event. F or information,call Jewell P atton at (321) 723-22250. Free basketball clinic: The F irst Baptist Church Indialantic, 170 Washington Ave., I ndialantic, is offering a free basketball clinic for youth in third to sixth grades from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Feb. 8, and for youth in seventh and eighth grades from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Feb. 22. F or questions,call Scott Terry at (321) 723-5217. Gem show event: The 37th Annual Symphony of Gemstones Show and Sale, sponsored by the Central Brevard R ock and Gem Club, will be 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and S unday, Feb. 8 and 9 at Kiwanis I sland Recreation Center, 951 Ki wanis Island Park Road, M erritt Island. H and-crafted and fine jewelry, rough and cut gems, BREVARD Michael K oppy has certainly had an interesting journey through his life. R aised in Tallahassee, Mr. K oppy hitchhiked and hopped freight trains across the country, from ocean to ocean, a whopping nine times after being expelled from high school. Throughout his many different careers, working as a carpenter, carnival r oustabout, elevator operator, Broadway stagehand, newspaper editor and more, music has been at the core of Mr. Koppy's heart. On Saturday, Feb. 8, Mr. K oppy will travel from his home in Honolulu to serve as the headliner for Merritt I sland's third annual Pioneer Day. The all-day celebration marks the 170th birthday of founder John Sams, who was also known as a prominent community figure. How does tropical H awaii compare to tropical F lorida, you may ask? There's much less humidity here and a constant trade winds breeze," Mr. Koppy said jokingly. "On the other hand, there are similarities. I mean, for instance, we have mosquitoes, as well. Ca n' t deny that. I've seen four, maybe five, in the year I've been here." While Mr. Koppy loves to crack jokes, the welltraveled musician is unbelievably passionate about his craft. The questions I always ask of a song mine or someone else's is Why does it exist?' and What's the reason for it?'" Mr. K oppy said. "I demand that a song doesn't waste my time or insult people's intelligence with either r ambling pseudo-poetic blather or simplistic and puerile inanities. Say something substantive and coherent, darn it and show some insight and invention." There is no doubt that Mr. K oppy's music is truly insightful and inventive. The San Francisco Chronicle called his "One Great Mornin' (The South's Gonna Rise Again" "an ultraleft wing Confederate call to arms." Mr. Koppy will also perform "Nineteen Years O ld," which he described as the true story of one man's life and the woman he loved throughout that life, "B ehind Every Great Fo r tune There Lies a Great Cr ime," and "Til Hell's Dang Done Froze Over." H oping folks, who attend Pioneer Day, find a lot to laugh about, as well as a few things to consider and think on, Mr. Koppy said performing this weekend is an absolute privilege and honor. "I 'm r eally looking forward to seeing what Pioneer Day is all about," Mr. Koppy said. "It seems to me what you're creating there is a nascent throwback to the Chautauquas of the late 19th Century wonderfully, uniquely American events that celebrated intellectual investigation, progressive political values and true community engagement and fun." Pioneer Day is Saturday, Fe b. 8 on Merritt Island. T ickets are $10 and must be purchased in advance. F or more information on M ichael Koppy and Pioneer Da y, visit www.mipioneerday.com and www.michaelkoppy.com. F riday, February 7, 2014 A2 MelbourneHometown News 781624 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! 080714BREESTATIONARYSOFAnow only$799PINNACLE RECLINING SOFAnow only$1 09999 JAMESRECLININGSOFAnow only$999 www.la-z-boy.com/brevardV AIL POWERRECLINER$69999Limited Quantities While Supplies Last * * PRESIDENTS DAY SAVINGS EVENT PRESIDENTS DAY SAVINGS EVENT PRESIDENTS DAY SAVINGS EVENT PRESIDENTS DAY SAVINGS EVENT PRESIDENTS DAY SAVINGS EVENT PRESIDENTS DAY SAVINGS EVENT*Excludes Hot Buys, Advertised Items. Cannot be combined with other promotional offers. Expires 2/28/14 *Excludes Hot Buys, Advertised Items. Cannot be combined with other promotional offers. Expires 2/28/14 *Excludes Hot Buys, Advertised Items. Cannot be combined with other promotional offers. Expires 2/28/14 *Excludes Hot Buys, Advertised Items. Cannot be combined with other promotional offers. Expires 2/28/14 *Excludes Hot Buys, Advertised Items. Cannot be combined with other promotional offers. Expires 2/28/14NATALIESOFA$69999LOVESEAT $67999NATALIESOFA$69999LOVESEAT $67999NATALIESOFA$69999LOVESEAT $67999NATALIESOFA$69999LOVESEAT $67999JASPER RECLINER$39999LAWRENCE LEATHER RECLINER$59999 $74999 $79999Limited Quantities Limited Quantities Limited Quantities T allahassee native to headline Pioneer Day this weekend Michael KoppyBy Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com CalendarF rom page A1 CorrectionThe Jan. 24 article, highlighting The Knowledge Ex change in Palm Bay, contained an error. J ane's Gathering Place, In c ., hosted the Brevard C ounty Sheriff's Office Cr ime Prevention Unit's Wo men's Defense Tactics Pr ogram, as a past event at The Knowledge Exchange. H ometown News r egrets the error. Celebrate SpringA 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. 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The snowbirds favorite since 1980 SHIPPING YOUR CAR!!! 781742RESERVATIONSREQUIRED(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 Local farm is growing the green' wayBREVARD On the southern outskirts of Br evard County, tucked away on a 2.75-acre plot of picturesque Corey Road, a bounty of fresh, hydroponically grown vegetables are being harvested. Liberty Farms of Florida, a venture by former Congressman Val Steele and others in his community, is a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) project, an idea that's growing, both literally and figuratively, throughout the Space Coast and beyond. The energy and environmentally conscious method of hydroponics uses much less water by design, and is also space-efficient. Fa rm manager Diane S olopek said the method is also more cost-effective and easier. The soil in Florida is hard to amend, and there's a lot to be said for Malabar's water, so hydroponics is a no brainer," she said. The hydroponic method involves using a vertical grow system. The water from the top plants filter downward, nourishing the lower plants. Plants are r aised and stacked, which also provides a natural protection against pests. The method only requires about 10 percent of the water used in traditional farming operations, Ms. S olopek said. The design also eliminates the need for ground application of pesticides, which, in traditional farming operations, tend to wind up in Florida's waterways. The hydroponic method is one, where the plants are grown off the ground, which r educes the possible diseases and the need for spraying," Mr. Steele said. The vegetables are ultrafresh, delicious and have a much longer shelf life than the typically grown vegetable that you buy in the store." The farm adheres to the Organic Materials Review I nstitute's standards of organic farming. While Liberty Farms, which calls Grant-Valkaria home, hopes to open to the general public at some point, at present, it is only available to members. For $25 per week, members can pick up a box of roughly eight different types of freshly grown vegetables. The seasons begin with leafy vegetables, like lettuce and greens, followed by cauliflower, broccoli and carrots. Finally, the season finishes up with hearty, delicious plants, like cucumbers, tomatoes and peppers. Members will also find unique vegetables, like candy cane beets and pac choi. P lans are also under way for "you-pick" strawberries to open next February. F or more information, visit www.libertyfarms.info/farm Staff photo by Deb AlbertoThe hydroponic growing system at Liberty Farms in south Brevard County uses vertical space to prevent disease and minimize the necessity for pesticides.By Deb AlbertoF or Hometown News one step closer to becoming a no-kill community. "O b viously, one event will not achieve this goal by itself, but, along with other efforts in place, such as the SPCA M elbourne Square Mall Cat A doption Center and weekend adoption events at R eninger's Flea Market, it is a step in the right direction," she said. "We wanted to start 2014 off in the right direction and with a bang." All pets at the adoption event had already been spayed or neutered and were up-to-date on vaccinations. Ms. Naylor said that these M ega Adoption Events show a community in unison, working together to achieve a common goal. "W e are starting to see teamwork between the various animal welfare organizations in this county, which is a big reason why this event was so successful," she said. How ever, there must also be a county-wide funded, free and low-cost spay-neuter fund that is accessible to residents." Ms. Naylor said that the next Mega Adoption Event is scheduled for Oct. 25-26 at the Azan Shrine Center in M elbourne. F or more information, visit www.spcanorthbrevard.comAdoptionF rom page A1 Photo courtesy of SPCA of Brevard A whopping 277 animals found a loving home at a Mega Adoption Event held the Azan Shrine Center in Melbourne Jan. 25-26.

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fossils, minerals, beads, slabs, cabs, equipment and tools will be available. D emonstrations, hourly prizes, a grand prize, children's activities and silent auction will be featured. F or more information,call Ro z Mestre at (321) 431-0159 or (321) 632-8281,email ro z.mestre@att.net or visit www.centralbrevardgems.org. Merritt Island Pioneer Day: S t. Luke's Episcopal Church is again partnering with Sams H ouse at Pine Island for the M erritt Island third annual Pioneer Day, held on Saturday, Fe b. 8 at both locations. This year, St. Luke's, located at 5555 N. Tropical Trail, M erritt Island is honoring some of the Modern Pioneers of Brevard County. R.L. Lewis, one of the original H ighwaymen artists and longtime Brevard resident, will be demonstrating his painting technique at 10:30 a.m. During the demonstration, the history of the Highwaymen artists will be discussed. At 1 p.m., Rosemary McGill will be presenting "A man named JUSTICE, a lady named LIBERTY, and a land called FREEDOM." Ms. McGill was a Freedom Rider, while attending Cocoa H igh School. The Sams House, located at 6295 N. Tropical Trail, will be displaying for the first time, S ams family artifacts and historic clothing. Other educational exhibits will be on display, along with living history demonstrations. G uided tours of the historic house and cabin will be given by guides in period clothing. Children's crafts and games will also be available. Returning will be the crafts fair and farmer's market F or a complete listing of events,times and locations,visit www.mipioneerday.com. Vintage Market comes to M elbourne: S habby Chic & V intage Home and Garden is coming to Shriner's Temple in M elbourne. Ma r kets that offer shabby and distressed home and garden items have flourished across the country over the past several years. M elbourne is now hosting its o wn Vintage Market. On Saturday, Feb. 8 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. the inaugural V intage Market will showcase a va r iety of vendors at the Azan Sh r iner's Temple Pavilion at 1591 Eau Gallie Blvd., across from Eau Gallie High School, in Melbourne. Doors open at 11 a.m. and close at 4 p.m. The vendors will include those specializing in painted, r ecycled and reinvented furniture, jewelry and clothing to organic beauty products, new and vintage French linens and colorful tablecloths, typically seen everywhere in Fr ance, but especially in the south of France. A dmission is free, and parking is plentiful, so come enjoy this inaugural event. S habby chic is a decorating style, where furnishings are v alued for being aged or distressed to look antique. V intage Market will host a second much-larger event in the summer, with that date to be announced. F or all details,visit www.vintagemarketfl.com, including links to the vendors who will be there.SUNDAY, FE B. 9 Brevard's Got Music: The F ifth Annual Brevard's Got M usic Talent C ompetition/Show will be S unday, Feb. 9 at 4 p.m. at the H enegar Center, in Melbourne. The event is sponsored and produced by the Creative Arts F oundation of Brevard, Inc. Tw elve highly talented music students, selected as finalists after extensive auditions, will perform before a live audience and three judges, vying for prizes as follows: First prize: $1,000 Second prize: $500 Third prize: $250 Fourth prize: $125 T ickets cost $22 and are available at the Henegar C enter or online at www.henegar.org. I ntermission includes r efreshments, wine and cheese. The 12 students, ages 13-18, are comprise of: three pianists, four vocalists, three violinists, one violist and one flutist. The Henegar Center is at 625 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne. The Guardian Ad Litem program needs you: More than 30 percent of the abused and neglected children in the Br evard County Court System do not have a volunteer guardian in their corner. No w, more than ever, the G uardian Ad Litem program needs volunteers to serve as child advocates. R egistration is under way for volunteers, who can advocate for abused or neglected children, and help prevent them from suffering more harm. The 30-hour training program, teaches regular folks, with big hearts, how to be a child advocate and begins Ma r ch 15 at the Moore Justice C enter in Viera. R egardless of where you live in Brevard County, there is a child, who could use a supporter in their corner. G uardian Ad Litem means guardian for the case." Therefore, a Guardian Ad Litem is not a foster parent, legal guardian or someone expected to provide a home for the child. The children are the victims, and Guardian Ad Litems are the volunteers, who find information, investigate, make r ecommendations and report, based on the child's interest. O ur motto is, "I am for the child," and we firmly believe their interest is our only interest. Y ou can champion an cross-over program include "C orrectional Cross-Over to Law Enforcement Introduction and Legal Overview," "C orrectional Cross-Over to Law Enforcement Human I nteraction and Communications," "Crime Scene In vestigations," "Criminal In vestigations," "Traffic S tops" and "Cross-Over H andgun Transition C ourse." The program meets the minimum education standards for law enforcement officers, required by the F lorida Department of Law Enforcement Criminal Justice Standards and Training C ommission," Ms. Walker said. "Following the program, graduates are prepared to sit for the Florida D epartment of Law Enforcement State Officer Certification Examination." As Law Enforcement Officers, graduates of the program can work as police officers and Sheriff's deputies, r esponsible for enforcing laws, maintaining order, helping during emergencies, making arrests and investigating crimes. Eastern Florida State College is currently accepting applications to the 2014 Corr ectional Officer Cross-Over to Law Enforcement Officer A cademy. Applications are due by Friday, Feb. 28. F or more information and to obtain an application, contact Public Safety Coordinator Melissa Walker at (321) 433-5637 or email walkerme@easternflorida.edu. 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Humane Society celebrates ribbon cutting of new facilityBREVARD The Central Br evard Humane Society took another step in its mission of making the S pace Coast a "no-kill" community. On Thursday, Jan. 23, the nonprofit shelter celebrated the opening of its "new" M erritt Island Adoption C enter with a ribbon cutting ceremony. J oining representatives from the Humane Society we re Br evard County C ommissioner Chuck N elson, Brevard County S heriff Wayne Ivey, Cocoa B each Mayor Dave Netterson, Port Canaveral Commissioner Frank Sullivan, C ocoa Councilman Tyler F urbish and representation from Congressman Bill P osey's office. The building was donated to the Humane Society in 2012 by the Platano family. "W e officially opened the A doption Center in June 2013," said Eileen Cole, media relations manager. The Adoption Center will enable us to care for more animals that need new homes until they are adopted into loving and caring families." Ms. Cole added that some of the animals up for adoption at the Humane S ociety's new building include small dogs, puppies, kittens and adult cats. The 8,000-square-foot building will also host the H umane Society's executive offices, as well as three free r oaming pet rooms, an expanded lobby area, a large conference room, a pet consignment boutique and room for expansion, to include dog training classes and other pet-friendly opportunities. In addition to its Cocoa location, the Central Br evard Humane Society's M erritt Island Adoption C enter receives no support from tax dollars, so the organization relies solely on funding through donations, adoption fees, product sales and fundraisers. "W ith the addition of the A doption Center, we are looking forward to being able to find new, forever homes for more animals in our community," Ms. Cole said. The Central Brevard H umane Society's Merritt I sland Adoption Center is located at 155 Pioneer Road, M erritt Island. B usiness hours are M onday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. F or more information, contact the Central Brevard H umane Society at (321) 636-3343 or visit www.crittersavers.com. Photo courtesy of The Central Brevard Humane SocietyCommunity leaders and volunteers gathered on Thursday, Jan. 23, as the Central Brevard Humane Society celebrated the ribbon cutting ceremony of its new' Merritt Island Adoption Center. By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.comLawF rom page A1 CalendarF rom page A2 See CALENDAR, A9

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 7, 2014 Melbourne A5 083169 Police Report Melbourne P olice Department Jacob Henry Laneuville, 33, of 437 Poinciana Drive, M elbourne, was charged J an. 24 with felony battery on a person 65 or older. Mitchell Allan Dienger, 32, address unknown, was charged Jan. 25 with larceny, r esisting arrest without violence and driving while license suspended. Ernst L. Storey, 56, of 2290 Hickory Drive, Melbourne, was charged Jan. 25 with possession of cocaine. Mathew Mark Rindge, 30, of 1886 Imperial Ave., M elbourne, was charged J an. 26 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and possession of drug paraphernalia. James Nathan Sutherland, 38, of 2100 Melbourne C ourt, Melbourne, was charged Jan. 26 with possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Ivan Winchell, 28, address unknown, was charged Jan. 26 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied conveyance and felony battery. Brandon Lee Madill, 19, of 2053 Adams Ave., Melbourne, was charged Jan. 27 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied conveyance, petit larceny, carrying a concealed electric weapon, fraud-giving false identification to law enforcement officer and felony violation of probation. John Doe, 25, of 1837 G uava Ave., Melbourne, was charged Jan. 28 with arson and resisting arrest without violence. Amanda Marie Green, 28, of 1596 Virginia Drive, M elbourne, was charged J an. 28 with petit larceny.Brevard County Sheriff's Office Ryan Brady Chesser, 35, of 2000 Commerce Drive, M elbourne, was charged J an. 24 on an out-of-county warrant. Stefanee R. Forrest, 39, of 815 Fee Ave., Melbourne, was charged Jan. 24 with passing a forged/altered instrument, attempting to solicit/conspire and fraudswindling to obtain property. Adam Martinez, 33, of 814 Brother Ave., Melbourne, was charged Jan. 24 on an out-of-county warrant. Meralys Carolina Puerta, 34, of 4015 Edwards St., M elbourne, was charged J an. 24 with larceny, forgery of a motor vehicle title and motor vehicle title fraud. Joseph Paul Blanco, 25, of 5507 Nobility Ave., M elbourne, was charged J an. 25 with fraud-swindling to obtain property, larceny and possession of a w eapon/ammo by a convicted felon. Kira Lyn Nelsen, 25, of 5507 Nobility Ave., Melbourne, was charged Jan. 25 with fraud-swindling to obtain property and larceny. Matthew B. Labate, 30, address unknown, was charged Jan. 26 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied conveyance, petit larceny, attempting to solicit/conspire, possession of drug paraphernalia, loitering/prowling and possession of burglary tools with intent to use. Mary Elizabeth Phillips, 30, of 1398 Eva Lane, M elbourne, was charged J an. 26 with larceny and felony violation of probation. Nicholas Aaron Prince, 28, of 675 Orange Grove Av e ., Melbourne, was charged Jan. 26 with loitering/prowling, possession of burglary tools with intent to use, unarmed burglary of an unoccupied structure and larceny. Brittany Ann Barker, 26, address unknown, was charged Jan. 27 with grand theft auto, driving while license suspended and hitand-run. Joshua Anthony Bennett, 24, address unknown, was charged Jan. 28 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling and larceny. Teresa Graham, 48, address unknown, was charged Jan. 28 with larceny and unarmed burglary of an unoccupied structure. Francis Edward Danna, 26, of 317 Carmel Drive, M elbourne, was charged J an. 29 with trafficking a controlled substance and carrying a concealed electric weapon. Dantavious Quanta Fr ench, 31, of 7607 Wickham Road N., Melbourne, was charged Jan. 29 with grand theft auto. John Edward Jenkins, 28, of 1833 Happy Acres Lane, M elbourne, was charged J an. 29 with larceny, dealing in stolen property and fraud-giving false ownership information to pawn items. Richard Francis Ludwig, 52, of 2452 St. Swithin Lane, M elbourne, was charged J an. 29 with failure to r egister as a sexual offender, sex offender violationfailure to report email address, sexual offender violation-failure to report driver's license and with r egistration as a sexual offender. Hillary Carole Braddock, 29, of 580 Ford Circle E., M elbourne, was charged J an. 30 with possession of cocaine with intent to sell, possession of drugs with intent to sell, possession of marijuana with intent to sell, two counts possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, two counts of possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia. Andre B. Phillips, 47, of 210 University Blvd., M elbourne, was charged J an. 30 with larceny, two counts of dealing in stolen property, two counts of fraud-giving false ownership information to pawn items and four counts of fraud-issuing a check with insufficient funds.CRIMELINE: (800) 423-TIPSEditor'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. V ictoria 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 r efreshments will be provided. To schedule a tour, contact Kathleen Cummins at K athleen@victorialanding.com or Maxime S uchoski at Ma xime@victorialanding.com. F or more information, call (321) 622-6730 or visit www.victorialanding.com.Re-opening of bar and grillA ribbon cutting for the grand re-opening of Royal O ak Resort & Golf Club's B ar and Grill Room, 2150 C ountry Club Drive, T itusville, will be at 5 p.m. Fr iday, Feb. 7. A reception will be from 4:30-7:30 p.m. with complimentary refreshments, giveaways and tours of the new facility F or more information, call (321) 607-6836.Grand opening in MelbourneRo ck Paper Simple, 1360 Sa r no Road, Suite C, M elbourne, will have a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony from 4-6 p .m. Thursday, Feb. 13. F or more information,visit www.rockpapersimple.co m or call (321) 474-7513.Medical Center opens first valve clinicH ealth First Holmes Re gional Medical Center is pleased to announce the newest addition to its H eart & Vascular services, the newly opened Valve Clinic the first one in Br evard County. An estimated 1.5 million people in the United S tates suffer from aortic stenosis. The Valve Clinic at H ealth First Holmes R egional provides a comprehensive and team approach that includes a va r iety of medical experts, who come up with individualized treatment options to ensure all patients receive the right care at the right place at the right time. Se vere symptomatic AS is a life-threatening condition. Without treatment, the two-year mortality rate is as high as 50 percent. In many cases, aortic valve disease can show no signs or symptoms until it worsens to a critical state. Not treated, severe aortic stenosis can lead to death due to cardiac arrest, heart failure, stroke, or end stage organ failure. In addition, there is no medical management for aortic stenosis. Treatment options at the Valve Clinic at Health First Holmes Re gional Medical Center include the following: Tr aditional Aortic Valve R eplacement; Minimally In v asive Aortic Valve R eplacement; Referral for Tr ans-Catheter Aortic V alve Replacement; Pa lliative Medical Management/Balloon Aortic V aluplasty F or more information, call 321-434-VALVE or (321) 434-8258.

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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$100, ANN MARIELUTTRELL OFMELBOURNE! I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 081549WIN$100 WIN$100This W eeks Prize This W eeks Prize Better bus system neededI hope this is read by any of the people who work for the city of Palm Bay and Melbourne. He re is an idea that can help people. How about the two cities investing in a better bus system? There are many of us, including myself, who are disabled. I have no car and I have a lot of appointments to make; and to rely on the poor bus system that exists, makes it very hard on us and myself. No w, the city of Palm Bay made an investment to change the garbage pick-up, with the recycle and yard pick-up, why not invest in a better bus system? Think about it and thank you for your attention.What's holding up legalization?Bo oz e is legal, and drunk drivers kill millions of people around the world every year. Cigarettes are legal, yet they kill millions of people around the world every year. What good are they? Absolutely nothing. Bo oz e could be used to cleanse a wound, if alcohol or other medicine is not around, but nothing else. And cigarettes are good for nothing, except for misery, but they are legal. Ma r ijuana is actually medicinal, and you can't overdose on it; so what the heck is holding up legalization, when those other two poisons have been legal and not even questioned? And yet, they shouldn't even be on the market.Our controlled pressF or the past two months, a huge billboard was in New Yo rk City's Times Square, asking onlookers to "Re-Think 9/11." It was referring to the thousands of architects and engineers who are calling for a new independent investigation into the collapse of the three World Trade Center skyscrapers on 9/11/2001, citing proof for controlled demolitions. Last month, the major newspapers in New York City were inundated with more than 2,000 emails, orchestrated by AE911Truth.org, imploring them to report the story behind the billboard; yet, not one chose to cover it. No doubt, they declined to do so because these building professionals also have proof the government withheld crucial evidence from their investigation into 9/11, which is in itself evidence of fraud. Another big billboard is currently displayed directly outside of the New York Times Building, at the corner of 40th Street and 8th Avenue, asking them why they refuse to print this news. U ntil they do, the flagship of our corporate media has decided it is better for us to believe what is likely false, than to suffer what is evidently true; and we are living under the tyranny of censorship parading as a free press.Fu ndraiser updateWe want to thank you for being a part of our first fundraiser for Rock the Town CafŽ. We we re ov erwhelmed by seeing so many people show up from various churches in the area to support us. We we re also blessed by those of you who couldn't make it, yet still were generous in giving a donation, and some of y ou gave above and beyond the meal you purchased. Pr aise God! We re ceived a phone call from the manager of Texas R oadhouse, and she was thrilled to tell us that our fundraiser was the best one they had there to date. They have not had so many people at lunch and ordering from the main menu. She said that if we ever need anything, to let them know and that they would love to have us back again when it works for us. W ith your help we raised $142. We believe that Texas Roadhouse experienced the love of God through his children in November. R ock The Silence of Palm Bay has several more fundraisers planned for the New Year. We will be sending out flyers soon. We pray you all have a blessed Thanksgiving and find many things in your life to be thankful for.F reedom of speech gives you the rightHe re in the United States of America is what is known as the freedom of speech, or perhaps the freedom of opinion. Ev ery American has the right to say what they would, concerning anyone or anything, even if it is about the president. If I choose to write what I do not like about him; well, that is my right to do so. If I choose to write what I do like about him, well that is my right, as well. This paper, the Hometown News, does not pick and choose what they put, for they even know that "we the people" have the right to say or write our opinions about anything, and they have the right to put it into the paper, known as Rants and Raves. If y ou like the president and want to write something good about him, that is your right to do so. If I don't like the president and want to write something about him, that is my right. This is what we, as Americans, fight for. I am a Vietnam veteran; and even though I am against war and killing, I did what I had to do for the rights of those people, as well as our own right to live. By the way, I trained myself to be a medic, to save lives not take them. That is my right as a born American to choose the choice I make and live by it, breathe it and share the joys of life. As far as I am concerned, I believe this president has done more against this country than for it. Look at what happened some time ago. Veterans were getting arrested for going to the Washington Monument. This country is in more debt than even before, and it is just getting worse. So if you who likes the president want to say something good about him, guess what? You have that right to do so.I am hoping that this letter will save livesI have been a property owner on (Highway) A1A in south M elbourne Beach since 1988. Here is my story. I was a 6-year-old Army brat in Italy during the height of the cold war. I watched in horror as the local paper boy on his bike, got r un over by a car and was dragged 100 feet. Thank God he lived, but was crippled for life. I remember it like it was yesterday. Fast forward to today. PLEASE, all you bike riders, pay close attention. I measured the distance from the double yellow line to the white line, where you guys like to ride. It came out to 11 feet. I then measured the width of my F-150 mirror to mirror and that came to eight feet. So 11 minus eight is three feet. I then measured the distance from the middle of my bike handlebars to the outside of the handlebars. It was 16 inches. So take an 8-foot wide truck in an 11-foot wide road minus 16-inch handlebars means there's 20 inches left. Wow! So if we split it, you take 10 inches and I take 10 inches, we re BOTH less than a foot away from an accident. I admire and respect you bikers .You are athletes. I surf, VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, FEB. 7, 2014 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM Fighting the dragonsMeta Krause, 7, of Melbourne gets a push from Adam Nichols of Melbourne Village at Dragon F est, held at Wickham Park P avilion Sunday, Jan. 26. The Dragon Fest was a fundraiser for the Save Dragon Pointe project that featured a Renaissance flair. Photo by Paul Lepinskie Got something to say? Email the Hometown Rants & Raves at brevnews@hometownnewsol.com or call (321) 242-1276. C allers are asked to refrain from making slanderous statements.Statements of fact will be checked for accuracy. It's time to be a parent againIwould like to take the next few guest columns to provide tips on how to empower parents, grandparents and guardians to be the Chief Law Enforcement Officer in their child's life. The Chief Law Enforcement Officer is not the S heriff or Chief of Police, but instead is the mom, dad, grandparent, or foster parent that is raising the child. As a young man growing up in North Florida, I never worried about being in trouble with law enforcement, as I was more worried about being in trouble with my parents. Granted, today's parents and children face challenges like never before: Dr ugs, gangs, bullying and even social media have completely changed our ability to keep watch and hold them accountable for their actions. T oday's parenting is 24hours-a-day and one of the most demanding jobs in the world, but it is also one of the most rewarding opportunities that life has to offer. As a parent of four, I personally know how hard it is to "tough love" your child. As a veteran law enforcement for more than 35 y ears, I know that going to visit your child in prison is even harder, and going to see them in a cemetery is truly unimaginable! U nfortunately, in today's society, those may just be the only choices you have. That's why it's important for y ou to have every tool possible, to be your child's personal cop. He re are some helpful tips to start our series on how to stay involved in your child's life, hold them accountable for their actions, and also how to recognize potential problems they may face: Establish expectations and consequences for actions. Kids want and need fences in their lives and having clear-cut expectations is a great way to establish right from wrong. Be a good role model by showing understanding, r espect for others, patience, and firmness. Know who your child's friends are in person and online. Be suspicious (as bad as that sounds, when parents are consistently suspicious of their children's actions, they have a tendency to be more involved and aware). Stop believing everything they tell you is the truth. Ask yourself this question... Did you ever lie to your parents? If the answer is "yes," then it is only reasonable to assume that your kids are no different. Discipline your child and hold them accountable for their actions. Don't be afraid to do what's right, and also make sure you praise them for doing what's right, as w ell. Be innovative in your approach to parenting. Think outside-the-box on ways to involve your children in positive things and to make sure they understand the consequences of their actions and the importance of responsibility. Establish open lines of communication with your children. Your child can't be scared to talk to you, even when they know they have done something wrong. R emember, if they don't feel they can talk to you, they will find someone else to discuss their problems with, who may not be the right r ole model for them. Encourage your child to do great things, and praise them for their accomplishments. It can't be one way, in which they are only talked to about something they do wrong. Teach your child to solve and cope with problems. Pr oblem-solving is one of the most sought-after abilities in employment and life. Volunteer at your child's school, and be involved in his or her extracurricular activities. Plan family activities, without technology styled devices. Today's world is surrounded by texting, video and social media. R emember to refer to No. 2 on this one, and be the role model you hope they will be for their kids one day. In the coming months, we will talk more about the many challenges parents and children face in today's society and the warning BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFFWAYNE IVEY See SHE RIFF, A7 See R ANTS, A7 Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 50 59 Tu rnpike Feeder Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 Copyright 2014, Hometown News, L.C.Phone (321) 242-1013 Fax (321) 242-1281Classified (321) 242-0442 1 -800-823-0466 Rants & Raves (321) 242-1276Circulation 1 -866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comMELBOURNEV oted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. Lee Mooty . . . . . .General Manager/CFO V ernon D.Smith . . .Managing Partner F arris Robinson . . .Sr. VP Sales/Marketing T ammy Farmer . . . .Managing Editor Robin Bevilacqua . .Human Resources Kathy Young . . . . .Major/Natl. Accounts Manager Amanda Tucker . . .Major/Natl. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 7, 2014 Melbourne A7 081313 www.HometownNewsOL.com FeaturingThese gift certificates do not expire, however, there will be no refunds from Hometown News after 60 days.Land &Sea Thai FusionA 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 &Lunch 081227 F or Hometown News080734 T he students at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy w elcomed the Chinese Year ofthe Horse in a big way on Ja n. 31. One ofthe most important celebrations on the Chinese calendar, the festival ofNian (or Festival ofthe Year) was kicked offwith a procession ofhorse sculptures, created by Mrs. Hulses art students. During the procession, traditional Chinese flute music was performed by Holy Trinity 10th-grader Simon Lu. People born in the year ofthe horse are said to be animated and energetic, a fitting celebration for the students at the Upper and Lower schools. Other activities for the day included teaching Chinese phrases to the students in the auditorium (some ofwhom competed against one other, as they demonstrated their language mastery), a Chinese writing contest and stick horse races during lunch. Holy Trinity has 31 international students, each staying with local host families during the school year, and it offers language classes in Chinese at its elementary, middle and high schools. Ninth-grader Ada Wang had an extra treat this New Y ear, as she taught a traditional Chinese line dance to a few Holy Trinity teachers on stage. Her mother, Rose Lee W ang, and two ofher cousins from China, were here to celebrate. Mrs. Wang said sharing this significant holiday with her daughter is important, since they are so far apart most ofthe school year. The Chinese New Year is big holiday for our family,Ž Mrs. Wang said. I know Ada misses some ofthe more traditional foods when shes away. Her favorite is noodles, and nothing is better than noodles made at home.Ž Ada will be enjoying the weekend in Orlando with her parents and cousins.Holy Trinity reinsŽ in the Chinese New Year A 3-year-old, 20-pound Maine Coon rescue cat, Jack' is the dog-like pet of Bill and Diane Preston of Palm Bay. Some of Jack's favorite things to do are chase lizards on the screen, lick his Daddy's face, get brushed and play with his laser toy. 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) signs of potential problems in our children's lives. While I know that parenting today is different than parenting of yesterday, the one thing that has not changed is that today's parents are training their kids to be parents of the future. Wa yne Ivey is the sheriff of Brevard CountySheriffF rom page A6 its my sport. If y ou stay single file when you ride, we are all safer. When you ride side by side you force us around y ou into oncoming traffic at 55 miles per hour, whether it's legal or not. There are trucks much larger than my F-150 on the road. A rider decided to pull side by side and chit chat at the last second and forced me into an oncoming garbage truck.. I knew the guy. His wife was killed in a bike wreck. A large group of 30 bikes w ent by my house Sunday, r iding three or four abreast, as a dually truck almost rear ended them. In the 25 years I have lived in this house, four people have died in car wrecks 100 yards from my house. Three were girls, 20 y ears old or younger sad facts, but true. Tr ust me, I have better things to do than make things up like this. P lease accept my apologies if I offended anyone, that is not my intention. P lease slow down and focus on the road. O ur families, friends, kids and pets are everything to us. Lets all arrive safe and alive this holiday season. RantsF rom page A6

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abused or neglected child and prevent him or her from suffering future harm. V isit http://www.brevardcounty.us/GuardianAdLitem/ B ecomeVolunteer or contact amber.olesen@brevardcounty.us for more information. Sponsors,vendors,rescue groups needed: The Central Br evard Humane Society would like to invite local businesses and rescue groups to take part in its 8th Annual Ma r di Gras Paws in the Park event (in conjunction with C ocoa Village Mardi Gras) on S unday, Feb. 23 from noon to 3 p.m. at Riverfront Park in H istoric Cocoa Village. S ponsorship opportunities for Mardi Gras Paws in the Pa rk are for individuals and businesses at all levels, beginning at $50 for the "P urple" sponsorship and up to $1,000 and above for the primary sponsorship, "The B ig Easy." This annual event features extensive promotion and offers a fantastic quality "bang for your buck" for sponsors all while having exceptionally high charitable r eturns for the homeless animals in Brevard. The cost for businesses to be a part of the vendor village at Mardi Gras Paws in the Pa rk is $50. All rescue groups may participate at "no charge" (pending space availability). V endors and rescue groups must supply their own tables, chairs, promotional materials, display racks and setup staff. F or more information, contact the Central Brevard H umane Society at (321) 6363343 or visit www.crittersavers.com.MONDAY, FEB. 10 Chopper Dropper set for S untree 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 student-athletes 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 restaur ant partners. Sporting 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 Ga r dner at agardner@fit.edu or MattKilcullen at mkilcullen@fit.edu. R egistration is at ChopperDropper.com. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 7, 2014 Melbourne A9 2651 Palm Bay Rd.321-951-4050 P eacock ArchNa tural Woven Shades € Plantation Shutters Ve rt icals € Horizontals € Arches W ood Blinds € Cellular Shades www.Kblinds.com080604Custom fit for odd shapes and sizesAdorn Your Windows with the BeautifulFree Estimates Professional Installation Deal Factory Direct 781577 087828 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! € LOW COST SPAY/NEUTER € VACCINATIONS € LABWORK € PUPPY KITTEN PLANS € DENTALS € HEARTWORM PREVENTIONWELLNESS & PREVENTION PRODUCTS AVAILABLELike Us On Facebook 081225Surgery, General Medical and Specialty Care Senior Care Dentistr y Free Office Visit with Annual Vaccinations (Healthy Pets Only) Canine Basic Vaccine Pkg.$55 € Annual $70 Feline Basic Annual $30 & Annual $50 "M att is a genuine person, who puts others and their needs before his own," she said. "That comes across in his relationship with students, as well as with his coworkers. The kids feel that he values and is interested in them because of that real connection he builds with his students." Ms. Adams said that the school's recognition for producing some of the area's top teachers is a positive sign for the learning institution. "W e are the only school in Br evard that has multiple y ears of (winners), and what that means is a huge sense of pride of our faculty and staff," she said. "They are very professional, are constantly learning about new research and high-yield strategies, and they are always trying to engage their students." M ichelle Irwin, public information officer for Br evard County Schools, said that Mr. Yount received the r ecognition based upon a voting and ranking system by his peers throughout the school year. After ballots were collected for the award's nominees, the Office of Recruitment and Retention calculated a r anking, selecting six finalists in November. Fr om there, each finalist was interviewed to determine why he or she would be the best candidate for the award. To qualify for the state of F lorida's Teacher of the Year award, applications must be submitted to the Florida D epartment of Education by Mar ch 3. Fr om there, a state selection committee will select its district finalists, and then a final decision will be made in the summer. The last Brevard County educator to be named F lorida's Teacher of the Year was Tracey Bailey of Satellite H igh School in 1993. When asked if this honor would impact his teaching style, Mr. Yount remained humble. This honor validates my teaching philosophy that God has given us all unique and wonderful gifts to affect a positive change in the lives of others," he said. "Our job, as teachers, is to help students find those gifts and use them to make our world a better place." Fo r more information about the selection process, visit www.fldoe.org/profdev/year tch.asp. Matthew YountT eacherF rom page A1 CalendarF rom page A4 Photo courtesy of Brevard ZooT wenty years ago, children from across the Space Coast were invited to create a brick to line the walkways of the Brevard Zoo. As the Zoo celebrates 20 years in 2014, it welcomes those grown-up children and Brevard County residents to celebrate with them during Happy Brick-Day W eekend,' Saturday, Feb. 8 and Sunday, Feb. 9.participation. A popular destination for many, who travel to the S pace Coast, the Brevard Z oo crossed the 400,000-visitor mark in 2013. The Zoo also adds more than $28 million to the economy, annually. W anting to celebrate its 20th year, the Brevard Zoo decided to host "Happy Br ick-Day Weekend." The bricks throughout the Zoo still have tremendous meaning for many people especially the children, who made the bricks, and are all grown up now," Ms. Purnell said. Du r ing "Happy Brick-Day W eekend," attendees will have access to some areas of the Zoo, which are not typically available for public access, such as the Education Complex and Zoo Schools classrooms. Those grown-up children, who made the bricks, will also be given a special opportunity during "Happy Br ick-Day Weekend." "B ri ck makers will receive a special, complimentary family photo, with a Zoo brick them," Ms. Purnell added. W ith the opening of the Br evard Zoo's newest exhibit, "Meerkat Hamlet," this Ma r ch, the Zoo is currently offering the opportunity to purchase "bricks" on the Children's Naming Path, which will be a part of "M eerkat Hamlet." Wi th its official birthday celebration taking place on Ma r ch 15 through 16, to coincide with the opening of "Meerkat Hamlet," the Br evard Zoo is looking forward to a tremendous 20th birthday. "I t is our vision that this birthday celebration will bring back the communitywide excitement and engagement, that defined the original creation of Breva rd Zo o, so that it can harness that energy to power the next 20 years of the Zoo's grown," Ms. Purnell said. What better way to start than to bring back the brickmakers?" The Brevard Zoo will host "H appy Brick-Day Weekend" on Saturday, Feb. 8 through Sunday, Feb. 9 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. R egular Zoo admission applies. The Brevard Zoo is located at 8225 N. Wickham R oad, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 254-9453 or visit www.BrevardZoo.org.Brick DayF rom page A1 Subscribe Today! TOTHE#1 COMMUNITYNE WSPAPERwww.hometownnewsol.com

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BREVARD In an effort to raise awareness about heart disease, Health First H eart and Vascular Services is hosting a series of workshops this month, American H eart Month. Fr om Feb. 12-13, the facility will host three workshops at different locations throughout Br evard County. On Wednesday, Feb. 12, a "H ealthy Eating for a H ealthy Heart" cooking demo will be presented by Mc C auley Reed, Health First dietary director, at the H olmes Regional Medical C enter auditorium in M elbourne from 11 a.m. to noon. F ollowing the workshop will be "Healthy Eating for the Diabetic Diet," presented by Tristan Soyka, RD, LD with Health First Dietary Se r vices, at the Holmes R egional Medical Center A uditorium in Melbourne. The next day in Cocoa B each, a workshop called "H ypertension: What You S hould Know" will be presented by Ross Goodgellow, DO, a cardiologist with H ealth First Medical Group, at the Cape Canaveral M edical Plaza Auditorium. The workshops are a part of a series of events happening throughout Brevard C ounty, designed to raise awareness of the disease and prevention. The workshops can be a tremendous source of information on the topics being presented," said Faud R amadan, Chief of Vascular Su r gery and Medical Di r ector of the Vascular Laboratory at Health First H olmes Regional Medical C enter. "The speakers are highly experienced professionals, who are experts in their fields." A ccording to the Centers for Disease Control and Pr evention, heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, with 323 per 100,000 people dying in Brevard County, as a result of the disease, from 2008-10. Dr Ramadan said that the workshops are designed to encourage and attract people to attend. The workshops take place in an informal, comfortable setting that promotes interaction with the speakers and allows for questions and answers," Dr. R amadan said. "During our workshops, people can expect slide presentations on specific topics of relev ance to the heart and v ascular (system) by experts on the subject. There will be an opportunity for free blood pressure screens, prior to the presentation." Sev en more workshops will be presented throughout the county from Feb. 1928. These workshops are quite informative and cover exciting, state-of-the-art advances in cardiovascular health," Dr. Ramadan said. "I believe members of our community will find them very worthwhile." The Holmes Regional M edical Center Auditorium is located at 1350 S. Hickory St r eet in Melbourne. The Cape Canaveral Ho spital Medical Plaza A uditorium C is located at 701 W. Cocoa Beach Causeway in Cocoa Beach. A light lunch will be served. F or more information,visit www.health-first.org. 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Numbers aside, looking for the perfect property to invest in is a tedious effort with a great deal of research. Home-investor hopefuls have to know what to look for in the properties and w here to find it. This means spending at least 40 hours per week researching on the computer, capturing and organizing the stockpile of information necessary to make an informed decision. Lastly, those looking to invest will have to visit the property in person prior to investing their hard-earned money on it. The phrase You have to see it to believe itŽ is true in this case, as what you see online may not be upto-date. In partnership with the Hometown News, Brevard F oreclosure will showcase a variety of properties set for county auction in each edition of the paper. All of the information present in our research is purely objective and has been collected from the public records of the Brevard County Clerk and Brevard County Property Appraiser. 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Melbourne B1 Call 866-913-6397 to sign up or at subscriptions@HometownNewsOL.comFREESubscription FREEDelivery 081310 087836 Br evard CountyEntertainmentDining &SECTION B WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM FRIDAY, FEB. 7, 2014Out & about MELBOURNE As a child, Mike Patrick's grandfather told him the story of how two football franchises saved the NFL. "I r emember my grandpa mentioning the Steagles to me as a child, and it just always stuck in my mind," he said. "I just thought, What a great concept.' You have two of the best football franchises, with a following. Anywhere you go with this concept, there will be a following." Du r ing World War II, there was a shortage of NFL players due to the war. The Stealers were down to six players, and the Eagles had only 16. The teams were merged for one season in 1943 to allow both teams to play and to possibly keep the NFL from canceling the whole season, Mr. Patrick said. The Steagles went 5-4-1 and gave the Eagles its first winning season, and the S teelers its second. Mr. Patrick has taken this memory and turned it into a unique concept for a family-friendly, nonsmoking, traditional Pennsylvania eatery, with a modern twist, featuring healthier options. "I am from Philly," Mr. P atrick said. "I have a culinary degree, and I get my meat from the Philly area. The quality of meat makes all of the difference. N ot to mention our Phillystyle hoagies." S ince opening threeand-a-half years ago, S teagles Pub has doubled in size, and has been awarded the honor of "Best Cheese Steak in Brevard C ounty" by F lorida Today an honor Mr. Patrick said is due to his meat quality and the way he prepares his delicious, non-greasy sandwich. "C ustomers also have the option of adding sweet peppers to their cheesesteaks," he said. "Most people just throw a green pepper on there, and it's too strong, but, by pickling it, you sweeten it up. It just makes it better." The restaurant also prides itself on its fresh, soft amoroso bread and fresh meats, shipped straight from Philadelphia. "I t' s the quality of the meat and bread that make the difference," Mr. PatrickF ree Friday moviesT he Cocoa Beach Public Library will present the following free movies at 3 p.m. on Fridays: Feb. 7: "Earth" F ree popcorn and refreshments will be provided. T hese movies tell stories about the human experience, with some nature's g randest settings as a backdrop. F or more information, visit www.cocoabeachpubliclibrary.com or call (321) 868-1104.L eague of Women Voters of the Space Coast Honors "Women of Action"T he League of Women Voters of the Space Coast honors "Women of Action" on Friday, 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 W omen 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 2012 Most Influential Central Floridian of the Year. Th e honorees include Joan Borders, P olly Cordell and Mary Eason, cofounders of Rolling Readers in Brevard; Maureen Rupe, president of Brevard Pa r tnership for a Sustainable Future; and Alberta Wilson, chair of the Space Coast Chapter of the National Cong ress of Black Women. T he cost is $30. RSVP to Doreen Archer with entrŽe selection at (321) 622-4071.First Friday Art WalkT he First Friday Art Walk will be from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 7 in Eau Gallie Square, Melbourne. T he event is keeping the spirit of Mardi Gras alive. Wear your beads, Capt.Hiram's: B ullet Theory will play from 7:30 p .m. to 12:30 a.m. Friday. The Steve Cowden Duo will play from 2-6 p.m. Saturday. County Line Road will play from 7:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Saturday. And the R unaway Country preparty will be from 7:30-9:30 p .m. Saturday. Greg & Brian will play from 2-6 p.m., with the St. Baldrick's pre-shave party from 2-6 p.m. Sunday. K evin McCullers will play from 6-10 p.m. Monday. M icah Read will play from 6-10 p.m. Tuesday. Lucy Iris will play from 6-10 p.m. W ednesday. Hypersona Lite will play from 6-10 p.m. Thursday. Capt. Hiram's is at 1580 U.S. Highway 1, S ebastian. F or more information,call (772) 5894345. Coconuts on the Beach: The Mighty Scoundrels will play at 7 p.m. Friday. The T iki Band will play at 1 p.m. (weather permitting), and Ka r alyn & the Dawn Patrol will play at 7 p.m. Saturday. T apedeck will play at 2 p.m. S unday. The Shain Honkonen Duo will play at 7 p.m. T uesday. El Dub will play at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Dos Br ohams will play at 7 p.m. Thursday. Coconuts is at 2 M inutemen Causeway, C ocoa Beach. F or more information,call (321) 7841422. Earl's Hideaway: Angry M agoo will play at 8:30 p.m. Fr iday. The Spacecoast P layboys will play at 2 p.m., and Wicked Game will play at 8:30 p.m. Saturday. Kelly Richey will play at 2 p.m. S unday. Kevin McCullers will play at 8 p.m. Thursday. Earl's is at 1405 Indian River Dr ive, Sebastian. F or more information,call (772) 5895700. Fill-N-Station Saloon: J ohnnyRock1 and Linda Lavis will host "Southern T alent Karaoke" 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday nights. The Fill-N-Station S aloon is at 2685 U.S. H ighway 1, Mims. F or more ARIES March 21/April 20Aries, you want more than you can acquire this week and your desires may lead you astray. It is important to exercise self-restraint, even if you get a thrill from living on the edge.TA URU S April 21/May 21T aurus, make a concerted effort to improve your focus in the weeks ahead. There is much to lose if you cannot tackle the tasks at hand, particularly at the workplace.GEMINI May 22/June 21Gemini, it's unlike you to slow down, so don't be surprised when friends start looking at you curiously after you take your foot off the gas. Your free spirited nature will soon return.CA NCE R June 22/July 22Cancer, find a routine that works for you and then stick with it. There is no need to reinvent the wheel, and when actions become automatic, you can focus on other things.LEO July 23/Aug. 23A need for attention could get the better of you, Leo. A little humility goes a long way and can alter others' perceptions of you. You may end up being seen in a more positive light.VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22V irgo, you can differentiate between right and wrong, but your judgment might be off this week. Rely on your intuition, but don't make any big decisions without first thinking carefully.LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23See S CENE, B2 See SCOPES, B2Steagles Pub offers best cheesteaks, unique concept for diners, fans W eek of 2-7-2014See OUT, B2Club Scene Staff photo by Chris FishMike Patrick offers authentic, family-friendly Pennsylvania dining and entertainment at Steagles Pub in Melbourne.See S TEAGLES, B6By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com

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information,call (321) 3830053. Gril ls at the Port: H ypersona will play at 8 p.m. Fr iday. Don't Quit Your Day J ob will play at 8 p.m. S aturday. Quick Change will play at 3 p.m. Sunday. Two Ra re will play at 6 p.m. W ednesday. Johnny Danger will play at 5 p.m. Thursday. Grills at the Port is at 505 G len Cheek Drive, Port C anaveral. F or more information,call (321) 868-2226. Grills Seafood & Tiki Bar Riverside: The Kore will play at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Bittersweet will play at 3 p.m. S unday. Grills Riverside is at 6075 N. U.S. Highway 1, M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2428999. Heidi's Jazz Club: S teve K irsner & Friends will play from 5-8 p.m., and Veronica S wift will play from 8:30 p .m. to midnight Friday. Ve r onica Swift will play from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday. The jam session will be from 7-11 p.m. Sunday. Steve K irsner & Friends will play from 5-7:45 p.m., and Ho ward Laravea & Pearl Joy will play from 8 p.m. to midnight Wednesday. Linda P eterson will play from 7-11 p .m. Thursday. Heidi's is at 7 N. Orlando Ave., Cocoa B each. F or more information,call (321) 783-4559. Kenny D's Grill & Bar: The Temptations and Four T ops Tribute Show, The M otowners, will be from 810 p.m. Friday. The Dean Ma r tin Tribute Show will be from 8-10 p.m. Saturday. A karaoke contest with a chance to win a 10 DC r ecording session in Na shville 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 P hillips is from 5-9 p.m. on M ondays and is open to non-members. The Melbourne Elks is at 211 S. N ieman Ave., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 768-1744.and come listen to the New Orleans Jazz styling of Ron Pirtle. V isit the shops and galleries, and help welcome Restoration Antiques, as it has its grand opening at 1475 Highland Ave. W ine and dine at the two new EGAD restaurants that are open for business and would be delighted to welcome you: Chef Mario's Cafe at 1437 Highland Ave., with Italian cuisine; and the T apRoot Lounge at 1385 Highland Ave., with plenty of good food and comfortable outdoor seating. Drop by the Foosaner Art Museum from 5:30-7:30 p.m. for Captain Winston Scott and the FIT Jazz Syndicate. F or further fun, check out the Father/Daughter Dance at the Eau Gallie Civic Center. T he Father/Daughter Dance is a night of dancing, games, food, music and fun. This is a semi-formal event for fathers and their daughters from 6:30-9:30 p.m. Call (321) 255-4608 for more information about the F ather/Daughter Dance.Okinawa Kenjin-Kai Yuimaru-Kai New Year CelebrationT he Okinawa Kenjin-Kai Y uimaru-Kai 2014 New Year Celebration will be at the Elks Lodge No. 1744 at 211 S. Nieman Ave., Melbourne, Saturday, Feb. 8 from 2-7 p.m. T he members will perform traditional Okinawan dances, wear colorful Japanese-style kimonos and apparel, play Okinawan musical instrument (sanshin) and perform a drum dance. Cocoa Beach Karate, Matsubayashi Ryu, Sensei Chaskelson and his student will perform katas and weapon demonstration. T he menu will be chicken or pork with the fixings, and chicken fingers for children younger than 12. F or tickets, contact yuimarukai@yahoo.com. The price of tickets defray the cost of facility rental and the dinner. T icket prices are: adults $15, children younger than 12 $6. Seating is limited.Barbershop harmonyT he Greater Canaveral Chapter of The Barbershop Harmony Society will present "Now, That Was Fun" at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday, F eb. 8 at the Scott Center for the Performing Arts at Holy T rinity Episcopal Academy, 56 25 Holy Trinity Drive, just off the Pineda Causeway, Melbourne. T he show will feature the comedy quartet Lunch Break, past Dixie District champions; the International Silver Medalist quartet, The Sunny Boys; and The Space Coast Chorus. Cost is $15. F or tickets, call Rick Ricker at (321) 639-9699 or Lonnie Freund at (321) 449-4030.Sip & StrollT he Historic Cocoa Village Association will present "Sip & Stroll" Champagne & Chocolate Sweethearts from 5-9 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8 at Cocoa Village. Cost is $20 in advance and $25 on event night. A commemorative wine glass and shopping bag is included with every ticket purchased. F or ticket information, contact The Village Spiceman at (321) 749-3407, Ossorio CafŽ & Bakery at (321) 6392423, Scentchips Cocoa Village at (321) 632-7800 and Magic Dove Magic Shop at (321) 433-1130. F or more information, visit www.cocoavillage.com or call (321) 631-9075.F ree concert down by the riversideRiverside Presbyterian Church, 3400 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach, will present The Ditchfield Family Singer's "Best of Broadway" free concert at 3:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 9. A free ticket for either show is required and can be reserved online at www.RiversidePres.org or by calling (321) 525-7825.Melbourne Chamber Music SocietyOn Tuesday, Feb. 11 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Mark's United Methodist Church, 2030 N. Highway A1A, Indialantic, the Melbourne Chamber Music Society will present the award winning Danish String Quartet in a concert of Beethoven, Debussy, Mendelssohn and Danish Folk Music. Tickets are $30 for adults and $10 for students and may be purchased at (321) 2 13-5100, by mail at MCMS, P. O. Box 033403, Indialantic, FL 32903, online at MelbourneChamberMusicSociety.com or at the door.K enny Loggins at the King CenterK enny Loggins will play at the King Center for the Pe r forming Arts at 8 p.m. T uesday, Feb. 11. Mr. Loggins started out with a psychedelic rock band, became a young songwriter, with a publishing deal, was half of the country-rock duo Loggins & Messina and became a solo artist with songs like "I'm Alright," "Danger Zone," "Footloose," "This Is It" and "Danny's Song." T welve of his albums have gone platinum and beyond. Mr. Loggins has enjoyed hit songs in four straight decades and continues to write and record. T he King Center is at 3865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. F or tickets or more information, call (321) 242-2291 or visit www.kingcenter.com. K enny Loggins web page is www.kennyloggins.com.Love and Other Afflictions'T he Downstagers will present "Love and Other Afflictions" at the Palm Bay Public Library, Wednesday, F eb. 12 at 6 p.m. "Love and Other Afflictions" is a series of sweetly funny skits about those connections that we hold in our hearts to spouses, children, friends and partners. T he Downstagers troupe has performed sketches, monologues and comedy skits in Brevard County since 1 999. T he performance is free. T he Palm Bay Library is at 1 520 Po rt Malabar Blvd. N.E., P alm Bay. Call the reference department at (321) 952-4519 for more information about the event.Send a singing valentineSend a special loved one a unique singing valentine. Have a barbershop quartet deliver two love songs, a rose, a box of chocolates and your own personal message of love to that special husband, wife, boyfriend, girlfriend, mother, father, boss or anyone you love anytime from Thursday, F eb. 13 to Sunday, Feb. 16 anywhere in Brevard County. Call (321) 254-9223 to give someone a Valentine experience to remember. 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It is a productive pairing.SAG ITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21T his is not your week to mix love and money, Sagittarius. In fact, keep the two as separate as possible, and exercise caution before lending anyone money.CA PRI CO RN Dec. 22/Jan. 20Capricorn, you want to play outside of the rules this week. You normally like to follow a relatively traditional course, so this catches others off guard.AQ UARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18Y ou don't always have the patience to stick with the same routine, Aquarius. That means others cannot expect you to conform to their whims if they want you as a friend.PIS CE S Feb. 19/March 20Pisces, you may need to sacrifice some security for a chance to have a memorable experience. Do something out of the ordinary.OutF rom page B1ScopesF rom page B1 SceneF rom page B1

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NASA advances effort to launch astronauts again from U.S. soilNASA took another step r ecently to restore an American capability to launch astronauts from U nited States soil to the I nternational Space S tation by the end of 2017, subject to the availability of adequate funding. The agency's Commercial Crew Program r equested proposals from U.S. companies to complete development of crew transportation systems that meet NASA certification requirements and begin conducting crewed flights to the space station. This phase of the program, called Commercial Cr ew Transportation Ca pability, will enable NASA to ensure a company's crew transportation system is safe, reliable and cost-effective. As with all of NASA's human spaceflight activities, astronaut safety will be a priority. NASA expects to award one or more CCtCap contracts no later than S eptember 2014. While CCtCap will enable NASA to acquire a capability to transport crews to the space station, systems developed by U.S. industry can be marketed and used by other customers. F or more information, visit http://www.nasa.gov/com mercialcrew.Tw o BPS high schools in top 50 in the nationNe wsweek and The Daily B east analyzed data from thousands of high schools, and two Brevard high schools are among the top 50 in the nation: Edgewood Junior/Senior High School in Merritt Island comes in at No. 27, and W est Shore Junior/Senior H igh School in Melbourne is ranked at No. 45. The ranking is based on how effective the schools are in turning out colleger eady grads and is based on six components. F or more information, visit http://mag.newsweek.co m/2013/05/06/america-sbest-high-schools.html.Junior League community grant opportunitiesThe Junior League of S outh Brevard, Inc. (JLSB) is pleased to announce that its 2014 Community Grant Application is now available online at www.JLSB.net. F or more than four decades, the JLSB has provided administrative guidance, financial support and volunteer services for its adopted projects throughout South Brev ard. In accordance with our mission, the JLSB is now accepting applications for grants from community organizations. JLSB will be awarding a grant of $2,000 each to three community organizations in fiscal year 2013-14 that are requesting funds for programs and/or projects that support the South Brevard community. A pplications must be submitted by Friday, Feb. 28, 2014. N onprofit organizations seeking funding for programs/projects that meet the criteria and benefit South Brevard C ounty are invited to apply. V isit www.jlsb.net/Resources/D ocuments/Grant%20Appli cation%202013-2014.pdf or email crpd@jlsb.net for more information about submitting an application for consideration. BREVARD Growing up on Merritt Island, Christian T amburr has always had a passion for music. "I was very fortunate to grow up in a home, where there was music playing all the time," he said. "My father, Owen, plays guitar, and from the time I can r emember, would find myself sitting on his lap, strumming the strings while he played the chords of the guitar." After inheriting a baby grand piano from his great aunt at 8 years old, Mr. T amburr recalled his love for the instrument, attempting to play along with his dad on guitar. "I t was through this process that I developed my ear for listening and playing along to music, without the notes or chords," Mr. T amburr said. No w an accomplished musician, with his own Las V egas show, Mr. Tamburr has been named the Florida T ech School of Arts and C ommunications "Music Artist in Residence" for periods during the spring and fall 2014 semesters. Mr. Tamburr's residency will kick off with a special performance of the Christian Tamburr Quintet on T uesday, Feb. 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the Gleason Performing Arts Center. Admission is free. "D uring the day of the 11th, I will be on the FIT campus, working with va ri ous music ensembles and private lessons," Mr. T amburr said. "We will present our kick-off concert that evening, featuring my internationally touring Q uintet, with my special guest vocalist, Matthew Br yan Feld from NYC." The master classes Mr. T amburr will host will focus on the needs of the students in their perspective ensembles and classes. "O ur goal is to expand some of those master classes for students outside of the immediate FIT student body, inviting students from other schools and age groups," he said. Mr. Tamburr added that the Quintet will then travel to DeLaura Middle School and Space Coast J unior/Senior High School to present outreach performances on Wednesday, Feb. 12. "M y music is always evolving and changing, but my passion lives in the jazz genre," he said. "With that being said, it is important for me to always keep one foot rooted in the past, with the other in the future." P ulling inspiration from the great American songbook all the way through to The Beatles, Adele, Katy P erry, Sting and Ed Sheeran, Mr. Tamburr said his goal is to take his musical approach, with a typical jazz instrumentation, and present music that an audience, aged 17 and older, can relate to. "F or me, it's about the integrity of the talent, the level of musicianship and the content that the audience can relate with," he said. "Finding that balance is key." The members of the Christian Tamburr Quintet include special guest vocalist Matthew Bryan F eld, Scott Giddens on piano, Billy Thornton on bass and Peter Miles on drums. Mr. Tamburr's residency dates include return visits on March 10 through 12, Ap r il 1 through 2 and April 21 through 23, with fall dates still to be announced. This residency is the first of its kind for FIT and our area," Mr. Tamburr said. "It's an opportunity to support a program that is thinking proactively about the importance of the arts in education and our community." He added that, by supporting live music and the people, who are wishing to develop and create more of it, people are showing, as a town, that they are able to put down their smart phones for an evening and see something real, something tangible something that cannot be downloaded, but must be experienced live. "W e want more for our children, our students and our culture," Mr. Tamburr said. Grateful for the opportunity Florida Tech has presented to him to help build its music program, Mr. T amburr is looking forward to returning to the Space C oast. "Brevard is my home. I love coming home," he said. "I love that, through FIT and this residency program, I will have the ability to inspire and create new musical and artistic opportunities for the students in our area. My band is excited and I am excited to be home for a few days to play for an audience that I have grown up with." The Christian Tamburr Q uintet will kick-off Christian Tamburr's "Music Artist in Residence" at Florida T ech on Tuesday, Feb. 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the Gleason Pe r forming Arts Center. A dmission is free. F or more information,call (321) 674-7384 or visit www.christiantamburr.com. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 7, 2014 Melbourne B3 080510Crowne Plaza € Melbourne Oceanfront 2605 N. Hwy A1A € Melbourne Beach, FL 32903GEMSTONES Amethyst, Burmese Rubies, Sapphires, BCJade, Garnets, Moonstone, Quartz ~ large inventory of miscellaneous gemstones.PEARLS Keshi and assorted Freshwater Pearls.ASSORTEDFINDINGS From base metal to Sterling Silver.BEADS sizes 8-11-15, Delicas sizes 10-11, Magatamas, Tilas, Cubes, Peanuts, SuperDuos, Kumihimo Supplies, Handmade Lampwork Beads. Everthing to meet your beading needs! An ENTIREbead store coming to you!ONE-OF-A-KINDHAND-CRAFTEDJEWELRY FORSALE BRING IN THIS AD AND GET A 25% DISCOUNTOFFBEADSThe Beading LadiesBead &JewelryShowSaturday, February 8, 201410 am-4 pmONEDAYONLY!! 781584 THURS. THRU SUN.95¢Draft Beer1600 S. Wickham Rd., Melbourne409-8217 Now Open 7 Da y s A Week € 11:00am 10:00pm 080628 LOBSTERROLLSNew England Seafood Specials includes Fries, Coleslaw or SaladFried Cod Fried Haddock Fried Oysters Fried Shrimp Fried Ipswich Clams Fried MahiStripsTHURSDAY We Now HaveVEALMARSALA&CHICKENMARSALAEvery Weekend Happy ValentinesDayV alentines SpecialLOBSTER/ SCALLOPS ONBOWTIE P ASTA WITH CREAMY SAUCE DINING & ENTERTAINMENTMusician returns home for Florida T ech residency, performances Photo courtesy of Christian TamburrFlorida Tech Music Artist in Residence Christian Tamburr will kick off his residency with a performance of the Christian Tamburr Quintet on Tuesday, Feb. 11 at the Gleason P erforming Arts Center. Admission is free. Community NotesBy Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com TELLEMYOUREADITINTHE

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Babcock St. € Melbourne € 751-2990BREAKFASTANDLUNCH 7:30 am-3 pmCheck out our new menu at: facebook.com/SCurvesCafeFree delivery to local businesses 080614 3016 West New Haven Ave. € West Melbourne € 725-6855 Liver and onions with bacon and 2 sides$8.49with purchase of 2 beverages A voiding Kitchen Nightmares (Part 3) By Mario StradiSo we had closed a deal on a new building in the Arts District, and my initial target date to open was somewhere in mid-November. Things didnt quite work out that way, but we didnt miss by much. We banged out the licensing, with a few delays here and there, but nothing too time consuming. Then we had to do the build out, and paint it with some neutral colors. We redid the floors and lighting. One big delay was our pizza prep unit that we ordered did not work properly, even though it was brand new. One ofthe surprising things was as we were doing the work, lots ofpeople came in offthe streets to ask when we we re opening, and how happy they were to see a new r estaurant opening up. During the process, I had a bout 250 resumes to go through, and selected and interviewed prospects and hired the best. Finally we had a soft openingŽin mid-December we opened up for 2 First F ridaysŽ, and that went very w ell. We had a limited menu, then added a few more items during the second weekend. We wanted to make a good first impression, so we kept the menu a bit limited, so as not to put too much pressure on our new staff. Also, though at the time we did not have a beer and wine license, the city informed us that we were able to give away free wine during these meals and so we did. Overall we did get slammed, and I was pleased. We also had a couple of Friends and FamilyŽmeals on Saturdays. The feedback we r eceived was all positive. However, things were not perfect, and so I shut it down ov er the holidays to tune things up on the service side with some additional training. We trained for 5 hours each day with the staff to get things perfect. I also had to wait for my pizza prep unit to get repaired and sent back. Our Grand Opening took place on the 13th ofJanuary, and it seems like were a big hit. Im still tweaking my w ebsite and making some other minor adjustments. Th at being said, I invite y ou to come by and see me and enjoy a great meal. See you next week, when Ill highlight some things on my menu. ChefMario Stradi is owner/ c hefofChefMarios Caf,located at 1437 Highland Ave.in Melbourne.It has just opened.You can call (321) 241-4890 or try chef-mario.com 080611 Gorgeous and GreenBy Jim KatehakisWhen it comes to comfort and the cozy factorŽno f looring is better than carpet. W hen you want to stretch out in front ofthe TV on movie night or just enjoy a quieter, softer living environment, carpet is still king. T he latest advances in technology have brought us fibers that are softer, more durable, more colorfast and most importantly more stain r esistant. The most notable fiber is Smartstrand. K arastan carpet partnered with DuPont to explore the technology to create carpet from crops. Smartstrand r enewably sourced polymer is made in part with naturally occurring sugar from readily av ailable and renewable crops. Smartstrand fibers key ingredient is Bio-PDO ’ w hich is produced from corn sugar. In fact, 37% ofthe fiber is made from renewable sources instead ofpetroleum based ingredients. The fact that renewable crops grown in America are used to produce Smartstrand is just the beginning ofits sustainability story. The rest ofthe story is in the energy savings realized in the actual production of the fiber as opposed to fiber traditionally derived from petroleum.CleanabilityT he structure ofthis fiber is so unique that it provides permanent engineered-in stain r esistance that cannot wear or wash offever. No chemical coatings means there are no stiffor harsh fibers either. Smartstrand cannot fade, is b leach resistant, cleans with water and mild detergent and is actually warranted against pet stains.Fashionable and Extremely Soft to the TouchGive your family the comfort they love without the fear ofstaining. You can have great fashion available in a broad range ofcolors, styles and textures in that retreat we call home.Eco FriendlyYe s, gorgeous can be green. We all have a part in making the right choices for our environment as well as our family. Smartstrand fiber is designed and engineered to be 100% recycled at the end of its lifecycle. Instead ofbeing destined for the landfill, it will be converted to solid pellets and made ultimately into automotive parts and rug pad.Cost EffectiveBetter doesnt necessarily mean costs moreŽ. Smartstrand is on par with most nylon carpets when comparing like-qualities. A longer lifecycle is the big separator when you really assess value. A product that cleans better, wears better and doesnt stain will ultimately last longer and will be more cost effective in the long run.Jim Katehakis is the owner ofK& Y Carpet One in Melbourne.He can be reached at (321) 725-0021.His website iswww.KandYCarpetOneMelbourne.com. 080623 By Mike C. NorthrupIn todays YouTube world, many might ask ifhome movies are still relevant. As a company who has spent over 50 years helping people capture and preserve their memories, we wholeheartedly believe that your home movies are not only relevant, but an important part ofour visual history. After all, ifVine ceased to exist, no one would miss those 6seconds videos that tickle our funny bones and cater to our short a ttention spans. Ifsomething happened to your home movies though, you and your loved ones w ould certainly miss out! Different formats ofhome movies present unique challenges f or preservation and archiving. F or example, ifyouve videoed or inherited reels of16mm, 8mm, or Super 8, the dyes in the film will begin to fade over time, discoloring your videos or making them look as ifthey are slowly disappearing. Home movies on tapes such as VHS, Hi8, Digital 8, and MiniDV will also degrade with age as the tapes begin to demagnetize. Luckily, there are some steps you can take to preserve and protect your home movies. W hen storing your home movies, avoid direct sunlight, heat, and humidity. These environmental factors can cause damage to film and tapes and cause them to degrade faster. Your crawlspace and garage are not ideal storage locations for your home movies! We r ecommend storing them in a cool, dry area ofyour house. If y ou are in an area thats susceptible to flooding, store your home movies on a high shelf. By fo llowing this advice, you can significantly slow the rate of degradation. F or long-term preservation, we r ecommend transferring your home movies to an archival medium like a DVD. There are several advantages to consider. First, the industry standardŽ fo rm at f or home movies have changed a lot over the years. Its getting harder and harder to find ways to watch these older home movies. (I, for one, havent owned a V CR since at least 1998!) When y ou transfer your home movies to a DV D, it will be easier than ever to r elive your favorite moments. Another reason to transfer y our home movies to DVD is that y ou will permanently capture your home videos at their currently quality. While your originals may continue to degrade, the DVD wo n t, and will last for generations. Finally, we recommend transferring your home movies to D VD for the ease ofsharing. Not only are duplicate copies inexpensive they make great gifts f or family and will eliminate the o ld family fight over who gets to inherit the home movies. W hile there are many places that advertise home movie to DVD transfers, Southern Photo is the only place in town that doesnt ship y our precious originals out ofthe state. Stop by or call us to learn how we can help you preserve your home movies so they last forever! 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 .080627 Preserving Your Home Movies W elcome to080621A series of informative articles from some of Melbournes Entrepreneurs 080602BYRDSWestern Store4855 W. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 7, 2014 Melbourne B5 080507 By Jeff CrawfordNo athlete is an island, completely alone; rather every athlete is a part of a whole.They are bonded together, built and refined through relationships based on sw eat and hard work. Any a thletes development in turn develops me because I am part ofthe gym. In the same way steel sharpens steel; a comm unity ofathletes will forge our mind, body and soul. Humans thrive in social interactions and athletes are no different. In terms ofathletic development the most important aspect is becoming part ofa like minded community. Quite simply, we will not make the same progress at the same rate independently. Most commercial gyms fail to appreciate humans innate need for this community, peer bonding or it's synergistic effect on human development. T hese gyms assign members a number rather than a name and never invest in them on a personal level. In turn, members have no direction, accountability or competition in which to compare their results. These gyms seems cold and lifeless, members hide behind the security of headphones, avoid eye contact and have little guidance. This av oids the very community that is needed to be successful. At Maverick CrossFit not only will we know your name, y ou will become part ofour family. Within our community y ou will form life long r elationships with like minded individuals, all moving in a similar direction. These r elationships help keep us on track by providing us with accountability. On days where our motivation is waning, one simple call or text can provide us with enough motivation to walk through the doors. When we know our friends and coaches are expecting to see us, we are more likely to stick to the commitment we have made. Suffering through workouts and pushing ourselves past perceived limitations creates a bond unparalleled in the normal gym a tmosphere. There is a unique connection that is formed when we open up our hearts and pores simultaneously; in these moments ofphysical exertion we allow ourselves to be vulnerable, putting our weaknesses on display in hopes ofbecoming stronger together. This creates an environment ofencouragement and trust rather than judgment. No athlete is an Island, nor should they be treated as such. In order to reach our greatest potential we must become a part ofa community. Each member contributing to the development ofthe whole. W ithin this community we will b uild relationships that will ke ep us on track and encourage us to keep plowing forward ev en when our goals seem out of r each. Let Maverick CrossFit be y our family, together we can accomplish so much more. J effCrawford is a trainer at Maverick CrossFit,located at 630 Atlantis Road,Melbourne.You may reach him at (321) 345-9348 orat maverickcrossfit.com. 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Melbourne € 32904Comprehensive Evaluation Quality Work at a Quality PriceAny patient and any other person responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or be reimbursed for payment for any other service, Examinations or treatment which is performed as a result and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free service, examination or treatment. DEBIT Got A Dental Problem?Bring your prior file/xrays for a FREE 2nd opinion. Friendly Family Dentistry Expires 3/1/14 New Patient IntroductionNew Patient Prophy (1110) and Exam (0150) with Oral Cancer Screening 081222 To sleep, perchance to restBy Richard HendryNothing feels quite as g ood as a good nights r est but ifyou like millions ofAmericans you can‘t fall asleep or stay asleep over 40 million Americans have some type ofsleeping disorder and 62% ofAmerican experience a sleep problem a few nights per week. Lack ofsleep is r esponsible for over 18 billion dollars in estimated lost productivity due to sleep loss issues and countless accidents not to mention poor health. Most people sabotage their chance to fall asleep by staying up past that natural time zone (10p-12a) when the body slows and wants to sleep. Almost all the people in a Harvard study that woke up between 1am-4am had low blood sugar levels and low B-12 levels. Reading, watching TV and falling sleep and then getting up and trying to go to bed are all killers ofa good nights rest. Y our bedroom environment can play a large roll in sleep. Cell phone and clocks should not be close to your head, keep them 6-8 feet aw ay Pets should not be on the bed or in the room and ov erhead fans, too much light or listening to music or TV, all can disrupt a good nights sleep. Even the scents from air fresheners and fabric softeners can have an effect on rest; many scents are stimulating and should not be used in the bedroom. Of course a good bed that supports your body and does not create those sore spots in the night makes a big difference, but so many other things play a part in waking, feeling rested or like you did not sleep at all. To help sleep, try increasing your B-12 intake during the day, B-12 helps y ou produce Melatonin (a brain chemical that aids in sleep). 1000 mcg. per day under the tongue will give y ou better energy during the day and help you fall asleep at night. Hot milk and/or some peanut butter before bed can help too. Milk has T ryptophan which helps you r elax and fall asleep, peanut b utter can help sustain your b lood sugar levels longer at night so low blood sugar will not wake you up. Herbal supplements like Chamomile tea also work to help you r elax and welcome sleep. A step up from those is T heanine (gamma-glutam ylethylamide) which can help relax and aid in the path to rest (check with your doctor for drug interaction before taking Theanine). Next week … beating stress naturally.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 080625 Bada Bing Bada Boom drop by and consumeBy Charles MarchicaJust like that, the football season is over. We hate to see it go. Super Bowl Sunday was extremely busy here at Gennas, and a good time was had by all. I ran a valuable special for the g ame, and people took advantage ofit. We are often involved in special events outside ofmy store, too, like 80s in the ParkŽ, activities with the Boy Scouts, The Cancer W alk, plus we cater for assorted grand openings. We always try to give back to the community, because we live and work here ev ery day, and its a symbiotic r elationship that I have cultivated with my customers during the brieftime Ive been in business for myself. We all help each other. In fact, there is ev en a sense ofcamaraderie amongst my competition. It is not uncommon for other Mom and PopŽrestaurants to run out ofcertain ingredient, and when they call me, I bail them out, and vice versa. Im getting close to a year in b usiness, and later in the year I have big plans. Ill do some r emodeling, with new counters and some display shelves so my customers can see what we offer. Ill be busting out plenty ofnew and exciting menu items, including healthy selections, new salads wraps and soups. We  ll also be adding a few different kinds ofdesserts. Right now our desserts consist ofcheesecake, chocolate cake and cannolis.You can look for online ordering in the next month or so Another main focus will be to continue to provide great fast lunches, for the surrounding businesses and individuals who need to get in and get out. I also want to get the word out about my delivery service. Did you know that we have no minimum order? I am the only place in town where ifyou just want a seven dollar sandwich,and your wifes out of town (and youre too lazy to cook) you can call me and I will bring it, no delivery fee. Moreover, my delivery area is expansive. I deliver all of Suntree Vierra, then all the way down to Sarno Road. So spread the word, as I have, both online, word of mouth and in the Hometown News. As a pizza chefand b usiness owner, I strive everyday to please my existing customers, and also gain new customers so I can eventually expand my empireŽ. We  ll soon have our beer and wine license, too, so thatll be another plus. Now for this week, here is something just for the r eaders ofthis column … many people tell me I have the best meatballs, and I think I do. So f or this week, ifyou come in and mention this column, Ill give y ou a free sample of Melbournes best meatball! Ill talk to you next w eek. Right now I gotta go for some gabagool! Charles Marchica is owner/operator ofGenna Pizza Company,4301 N.Wickham R oad.(321) 242-3003.Visit pizza4dinner.com 080615

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said. Along with its famous P hilly Cheesesteak, Steagles offers some of the best wings in town, as well as the delicious Polish Perogie, which is polish ravioli, grilled perfectly to crisp the outer shells, and stuffed with mashed potatoes and cheddar cheese. Once its r eady, the dish is dipped in sour cream and onion to add the perfect flavor. B esides delicious and authentic Philly food, S teagles offers something for fans of the Pittsburgh area, as well, including a Primanti-style sandwich, which many of his customers prefer to the original. The venue also provides topnotch entertainment, including a Pennsylvania party the third Friday of every month. "W e have had guys in from B oston, Whitesnake and Christina Aguilera's band," he said. "We try and have top-notch entertainment here, and I bring in a new band every month to try it out." S teagles also provides a perfect dining experience for children of all ages. "I f you look at the McDonald's theory of if you get a H appy Meal as a child, you are a customer for life,' I want to do the same thing," Mr. Patrick said. "I want (children) to say, Mommy and Daddy, I want a cheesesteak from Steagles,' and that is slowly happening." Mr. Patrick said that there is also a place located outside the restaurant for children, which includes a basketball net, ring toss and cornhole. "I f a parent wants a cold beer and some time to enjoy themselves, their kids have something to do," he said. They won't be bothering them to leave, while they eat." In the future, Mr. Patrick said he hopes to expand his unique concept to other areas. The idea is to franchise out, and we are currently looking for investors to help with this," he said. "That is the goal. The idea is to duplicate this concept." S teagles Pub is located at 1395-C Cypress Ave. in M elbourne. S teagles Pub is open M ondays from 11 a.m. to 9 p .m., Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Thursdays and Fridays from 11 a.m. to midnight, Saturdays from noon to midnight and Sundays from noon to 8 p .m. S teagles offers an Open Mi c night Tuesdays and W ednesdays from 7-10 p.m., karaoke on Thursdays from 7 p.m. to midnight and live music on Friday and Sa turday nights. F or more information,call (321) 757-8550 or visit www. S teaglespub.com or find the pub on Facebook.Martha Matilda SweeneyMa r tha Matilda Sweeney, 91, of Barefoot Bay, died Fr iday, Jan. 17, 2014. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, Melbourne. Sheldon Scott JohnsonS heldon Scott Johnson, 61, of St. Cloud, died Sunday, J an. 19, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Maria BenderMa r ia Bender, 90, of I ndialantic, died Tuesday, J an. 21, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Anne ShulleteAnne Shullette, 95, of M elbourne, died Tuesday, J an. 21, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.W esley D. FinchW esley D. Finch, 73, of M elbourne, died Tuesday, J an. 21, 2014. Arrangements were by B each Funeral Homes, M elbourne.Harry BruceH arry Bruce, 88, of M elbourne, died Thursday, J an. 23, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Barbara Ann DemkoB arbara Ann Demko, 75, of M elbourne Beach, died Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, Melbourne.Joycelyn MundyJoy celyn Mundy, 62, of P alm Bay, died Thursday, J an. 23, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Norma I. ElliottNo r ma I. Elliott, 84, of M elbourne, died Thursday, J an. 23, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Jerry R. JamesJ erry R. James, 90, of I ndian Harbour Beach, died Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, Melbourne. Nicholas J. Nick' PanebiancoN icholas J. "Nick" P anebianco, 72, of Melbourne, died Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Richard W aldo DennisonRichard Waldo Dennison, 83, of Melbourne, died Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, Melbourne.Robin Rene TrautmanR obin Rene Trautman, 49, of Melbourne, died Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Robert LupellaR obert Lupella, 83, of M elbourne, died Thursday, J an. 23, 2014. Arrangements were by B each Funeral Home, I ndian Harbour Beach.Henry J. MartinezH enry J. Martinez, 88, of M elbourne, died Friday, Jan. 24, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Erlon F. MasonErlon F. Mason, 85, of West M elbourne, died Friday, Jan. 24, 2014. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, Melbourne.Santo GargalinoS anto Gargalino, 91, of S atellite Beach, died Friday, J an. 24, 2014. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, Melbourne. Barbara L. CrosbyB arbara L. Crosby, 73, of M elbourne, died Friday, Jan. 24, 2014. Arrangements were by B each Funeral Homes, M elbourne.Clarissa Elsa AllwineClarissa Elsa Allwine, 79, of West Melbourne, died S aturday, Jan. 25, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne. B arbara M.Newton B arbara M. Newton, 83, of P alm Bay, died Saturday, J an. 25, 2014. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, Melbourne.Kathleen J. HahnK athleen J. Hahn, 79, of M elbourne, Florida died S unday, Jan. 26, 2014. Arrangements were by B each Funeral Homes, M elbourne.Doff Daniel GriffithDoff Daniel Griffith, 88, of W est Melbourne, died S unday, Jan. 26, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne. F riday, February 7, 2014 B6 MelbourneHometown News www.babcockdentalcenterpalmbay.com Check us out atwww.rateadentist.com CareCreditPa tient Payment PlansDr. Tuomas K. Niemi, DMD $85$25Full Exam,Full X-Rays & Cleaning(Cleaning D1110, Exam D0150, XRAYS D0210)EMERGENCY EXAMSame Day with Proposed TreatmentD0140 ( 1 X-Ray D0220) Ask About FREEWHITENINGwith Cosmetic Dentistry4711 BABC OCK ST. NE, PALM BAYFA MIL Y, C OSMETIC &IMPLANT DENTISTRY W ere Patient People. New Patients and W alk-In Emergencies W elcomeHarris,Rockwell,DRS, W uesthoff, Health First PPO Insured Welcome Interest Free Financing through CareCredit¨ Senior CItizen Discount PPO Provider for Most Insurance Discount for N O Insur ance ( 321)984-1991 Babcock Dental CenterCome experience Dental Care at a Great Value from our Friendly Staff!MONDAY FRIDAY 8AM 5PMServing Brevard Since 1985Uncomfortable Dentures? FREEEvaluation! 080601 087533Answers located in Classified Section In the past few years, we have seen v accine clinics for pets at pharmacies, feed stores, etc. We have also been bombarded with requests to fill prescriptions through online pharmacies. In the case ofvaccine clinics, these out-of-town v eterinarians bring vaccines to a b uilding or parking lot not zoned for an animal hospital and vaccinate your pets. State laws govern these clinics, b ut in many cases the law isnt being fo llowed properly. Besides the law issues, they do not pay for local taxes and licenses like your established ve terinarians do. This, ofcourse, does not help pay any local community expenses. Once the v accine is given, ifyour pet has an adverse reaction they are long gone and your local veterinarian and/or emergency facility must be sought out. In the case ofprescriptions purchased from an online pharmacy, medicine purchased from them doesnt come with a manufacturer guarantee because the drug companies dont supply them with their inventory. As with the vaccine clinics, no portion ofthe money you pay them goes back to your local community through taxes. When you purchase drugs and vaccinate your animals at your local veterinarian, y ou are doing your part to support small businesses in your hometown. Please support your local v eterinary establishments. Call your veterinarian f or more information and guidance. 080630T ails from the Vet Dr. Michael Ponte Dr. Michael Ponte (321) 254-1754 www.sarnoanimalhospital.com Obituaries SteaglesF rom page B1

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, February 7, 2014 Melbourne B7 Dr. Denture080613€ 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 781707ADVERTISING SALES Send a resume to Opportunity@HometownNewsOL.com. Please include a cover letter telling us why we absolutely must hire you.EOE, we drug testWe offer a weekly guarantee and gas allowances, plus commission. Experienced representatives earn $50,000+. Benefits include health, dental, and a 401K plan. If you enjoy working with businesses and helping them succeed, this is the position for you. In addition to servicing existing accounts, you will also be calling on area businesses to generate new customers for our papers.Looking for Experienced ADVERTISING CONSULTANTSThe most honored Community Newspaper in America for the past 10 years. P ublishing 15 community newspapers from Ma r tin County through Volusia County 087292 Military NewsBenjamin A. SharpeAir Force Airman Benjamin A. Sharpe graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. Airman Sharpe is the son of Chong Cooper and stepson of Nick Cooper, both of Palm Bay. He is a 2008 graduate of M elbourne High School.Zachary R. DavisZ achary R. Davis has graduated from the Army R eserve Officers' Training C orps Leader's Training C ourse at Fort Knox, Ky. The four-week course is a leadership internship for cadets that can lead to the ultimate goal of becoming an Army officer. College students experience and examine the Army without incurring an obligation to serve in the Army or ROTC, and are eligible to receive two-year college scholarship offers and attend the Ad v anced ROTC Course at their college. C adets are observed and evaluated during classr oom and field training exercises to determine their officer potential in leadership abilities and skills. The cadets are trained to have a sound understanding of traditional leadership values during the challenging, motivating "hands-on" training. The training develops well-disciplined, highly motivated, physically conditioned students, and helps improve the cadets' self-confidence, initiative, leadership potential, decision making and collective team cohesion. The cadets r eceive training in fundamental military skills, Army values, ethics, W arrior ethos, basic rifle marksmanship, small arms tactics, weapons training, drill and ceremony, communications, combat water survival training, r appelling, land navigation, and squad-level operations field training. He is a student at the U niversity of Central F lorida, Orlando. He is the son of Simone S purlock of Melbourne. He graduated in 2009 from Eau Gallie High School, Melbourne.John W. MurrayAir Force Airman John W. M urray graduated from basic military training at J oint Base San AntonioLackland, San Antonio, T exas. Airman Murray is the son of Ericka Ross Murray of P alm Bay. He is a 2012 graduate of P alm Bay High School, M elbourne.Giovanni E. Brunelle Army Cadet Giovanni E. Br unelle has graduated from the Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps Leader's Training Course at Fort Knox, Ky. The four-week course is a leadership internship for cadets that can lead to the ultimate goal of becoming an Army officer. College students experience and examine the Army without incurring an obligation to serve in the Army or ROTC, and are eligible to receive two-year college scholarship offers and attend the Ad va nced ROTC Course at their college. C adets are observed and evaluated during classr oom and field training exercises to determine their officer potential in leadership abilities and skills. The cadets are trained to have a sound understanding of traditional leadership values during the challenging, motivating "hands-on" training. The training develops well-disciplined, highly motivated, physically conditioned students, and helps improve the cadets' self-confidence, initiative, leadership potential, decisionmaking, and collective team cohesion. The cadets r eceive training in fundamental military skills, Army values, ethics, W arrior ethos, basic rifle marksmanship, small arms tactics, weapons training, drill and ceremony, communications, combat water survival training, r appelling, land navigation, and squad-level operations field training. C adet Brunelle is a student at Marrion Military Institute, Ala. He is the son of Robert and Carol Thomas of M elbourne. He gr aduated in 2013 from Viera High School, V iera.Megan L. DonahueArmy Capt. Megan L. Donahue has graduated from the Uniformed Se r vices University of the H ealth Sciences in Bethesda, Md. The graduate r eceived a medical degree and was commissioned to the rank of captain, with a minimum seven-year active duty service commitment. The university is a tuition-free institution, which manages a graduate nursing school, a graduate school with doctor of philosophy and master's degree programs, and a medical school that prepares men and women to be outstanding health care practitioners, physicians and scientists for careers in the Army, Navy, Air Force and U.S. Public H ealth Service in service to the nation. The medical school curriculum includes a concentration of preventive medicine, primary care, military medicine, and emergency medicine. The curriculum programs are related directly to force health protection, tropical diseases, disaster medicine, military and public health medical readiness and adaptation to extreme environments. The captain has served in the military for four years. S he is the daughter of Br ian and Patricia Donahue of West Melbourne.Maria A. CaulfordArmy Sgt. First Class Ma r ia A. Caulford has been named the 2013 U.S. Army Tr ansportation Corps N oncommissioned Officer of the Year. S election was based on the individual's exemplary duty performance, job knowledge, leadership qualities, teamwork, significant self-improvement, personal achievements, notable accomplishments, and community service and support. Sgt. First Class Caulford is an army transportation specialist assigned to the U.S. Army Africa at Vicenza, Italy. The sergeant first class has served in the military for 16 years. S he is the daughter of Ma r ia and Gustavo O. Ruiz of Wharton, N.J. S he graduated in 1997 from Eau Gallie High School, Melbourne.Matthew E. HugginsPvt. First Class Matthew E Huggins graduated from Army Basic Combat Tr aining at Fort Jackson, SC. He is the son of Cheryl H uggins of Melbourne and grandson of Robert and B onnie Harvey of Palm Bay. He is a 2013 graduate of M elbourne High School. 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No, Suite F, Melbourne, FL 32935 F or private party use only € Commercial advertising is not eligible 2 ads per month 4 Lines (20 Characters per line)___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Y our Name____________________________________________________________________________ Address_______________________________________City______________State______Zip__________ Email _______________________________________________________________________________ Home Phone___________________________________Daytime Phone____________________________Deadline for Free Ads is Monday at 5:00 pm Thank You for submitting your free MERCHANDISE ad to our newspapers. 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P.A.055967 NOTICE OF SALE OF MOTOR VEHICLE Pursuant to Florida Statute 713.585, Mid-Florida Lien And Recovery, will sell at public sale for cash the following described vehicle(s) located at lienors place to satisfy a claim of lien. 2002 BMW VIN:WBAET37452NG78613.Lien Amt:$2523.25.1995 BMW VIN: WBAGK2326SDH66134.Lien Amt:$1206.46. 1997 BMW VIN:WBABH7322VEY01463.Lien Amt:$2206.38.Lienor/MELBOURNE BMW, 1432 S HARBOR CITY BLVD., MELBOURNE, FL 321-727-3788.Sale Date:February 24, 2014, 10:00 AM.At Mid Florida Lien & Recovery 3001 Aloma Ave.Winter Park FL 32792.Said vehicle(s) may be redeemed by satisfying the lien prior to sale date.You have the right to a hearing at any time prior to sale date by filing a demand for hearing in the circuit court.Owner has the right to recover possession of vehicle by posting a bond in accordance with F.S.559.917.Any proceeds in e xcess of the amount of the lien will be deposited with the Clerk of Circuit Court in the county where the vehicle is held.Feb.7, 2014 ADVERTISING CONSULTANTSLets put our heads together and achieve greater results!We are looking for the Best & the BrightestWe offer a weekly guarantee and gas allowances, plus commission. 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Incls utilities, cable & wifi. 321-266-1057 FOURWINDS Hurricane 2011, Model 34U 352 slides, sleeps 6+, King sz bed, 9,500mi Asking $82,900 321-474-9506 (View color photo online www.hometownnewsol.c om Ad# 47686) GET CASH T oday for any car/truck.I will buy y our car today.Any Condition.Call 800-864-5796 or www.carbuyguy.comCAPE CANAVERALOnly feet to the beach! Efc-1BR-2BR, from $495. Call 321-745-0990 or 410-591-0490 B ANKRUPTCY Auction 5,700 +/Acres North Po r t, Florida February 13 Wo r ld Class Hunting Development Potential 800-504-3010 National A uction Group, Inc.Thomas J.Bone, FL #AU3422 FORECLOSURE DEFENSE $250 per Month.Property Damage Claims Roof Leaks,Kitchen Damage,Tile Damage, Mold.No Fee,if No Recovery.Attorney Charles D.Barnard 954-561-5880 954-295-3861 CASH FOR CARS: All Cars/Trucks Wanted. Running or Not! Top Dollar Paid.We Come To Y ou! Any Make/ Model. 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