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Emotions evoke images for artistMELBOURNE If you click on local artist Linda D. Neals website, there, at the top of the page, is a watercolor image of an old, rusted pickup truck. The truck sits abandoned in a field of weeds, draped in moss; its doors are left ajar, and its windshield is cracked and broken. I t s a workhorse of a truck. I imagine it was put to good use at one time, Ms. Neal said. But now, its old, abused and put out to pasture. Ms. Neal said her inspiration for the work came from personal experience. I had lost my husband and my parents all in the same year. I guess I really identified with that truck at the time, she said. S he may not be the only person who can identify with that truck. A retired insurance agent and accomplished silhouette artist, Ms. N eal now spends much of her time at her Eau Gallie studio, Cottage Art and Frame, where she paints and teaches watercolor classes. I t s really been therapeutic, she said. Ive met a lot of friends through this, and you start to realize that all of us have something to overcome in life. Ms. Neal enjoys painting watercolors, but her art career spans back decades. Originally from Oklahoma, she started as a portrait artist, then, on somewhat of a whim, began cutting silhouettes. S he was participating in a living history reenactment of the Oklahoma Land Run of 1893, and organizers were looking for something to add flavor to the event. MELBOURNEV ol. 10, No. 23 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Dec. 27, 2013 Adjustable PantryPULL OUT SHELVES LIFETIME WARRANTYCustom Made for New or Existing Cabinets & Pantries Organize Storage Convenience Holds 100lbs. Fully Extended Dovetail Joinery Hand-CraftedLicensed & Insured Manufacturing Custom Shelves Since 1994 Made in the USAwww.pulloutshelf.com Call John 321-259-4249Bring Out The Best In Your Cabinets! 085903 Free In-Home Consultation SAT URDAY, DEC. 28 Foo Dog Days: from 1 p .m. to 4 p.m. at the Central Br evard Humane Society and Foo Bar, located at 816 E. N ew Haven Ave., Melbourne. M onthly event features adoptable animals, complimentary hors doeurvres and doggie treats, raffles and drink specials. All animals must be on a leash or carrier. Donations of pet supplies will be accepted. F or more information,call (321) 636-3343 or visit crittersavers.com.MONDAY, DEC. 30 Holiday Basketball C amp with Coach Reed: De c. 30 through Jan. 2 at the Eau Gallie Civic Center, 1551 H ighland Ave., Melbourne from 9 a.m. to noon. C ost: $50 for City of Melbourne residents and $60 for non-residents.. Ages: 6-12 years old. S nacks and Drinks will be provided. F or more information, please call the Eau Gallie Civic Center at (321) 2554608. Holidays in Space: K ennedy Space Center Visitor Complex celebrates the third annual Holidays in S pace. The Visitor Complex will be adorned with a stunning array of holiday decorations, host daily visits and storytelling with Santa and Mrs. Claus (through Dec. 24), and spark the imagination with the new Through the Toy Box: An Out-of-thisWo rld Collection, featuring toys, both vintage and contemporary, inspired by outer space. From ray guns and space ships to coin banks and cosmic action figures, Through the Toy Box: An O ut-of-this-World Collection represents mankinds fascination with space over the last 100 years in the form of toys. F or more information,visit kennedyspacecenter.com.TH ROUGH JA N UARY 31 Teen authors of Brevard: The Creative Arts Foundation of Brevard is seeking entries for Teen Authors of Br evard. They are searching for those who have a way with the written word, for a short story competition. A pplication deadline is J an. 31, 2014. F or more information,visit www.cafob.org.Community calendarSee CALENDAR, A5Linda D.Neals work on display this month By Deb AlbertoF or Hometown News See ARTIST, A4 On the fire truckPhoto by Paul LepinskieKaylee Eddleman, 5, of West Melbourne sits on a firetruck commanded by her father Lieutenant Eddleman of the Brevard County Fire Rescue during the Family Christmas Extravaganza at Max K Rhodes Park Saturday, Dec. 21. The yearly event included Fire T rucks, Sheriffs Helicopter, cars and bomb squad along with bounce houses, face painting, climbing wall and Chagy the clown. The event was sponsored by The House church of Palm Bay and Brevard County Parks and Recreation. Brevard Countys Y ear in ReviewBREVARD There was hardly a dull moment in 2013 for Space Coast residents. Fr om tragedy and mayhem to new beginnings and stories of success, there is much to look back on this year. He re s a glimpse at some of the headline-grabbing events that helped shaped 2013. 10.Judge denies lawsuit against school board to halt school closures A Brevard County judge denied a lawsuit to half the closure of three local schools filed by the County Commissioners and T itusville City Council against the Brevard County School Board. The lawsuit was filed in an attempt to halt the closings of Gardendale Elementary on Merritt I sland, South Lake Elementary in Titusville and Clearlake Middle in C ocoa, which were all scheduled to close at the end of the 2012-13 school y ear, in an attempt to save $3 million of a $30 million budgetary woe for the district. E ighteenth Circuit Judge George Maxwell said the suit filed by the county and city did not meet the legal criteria necessary for a temporary injunction. The Brevard County Board of County Commissioners opted against appealing J udge Maxwells ruling. 9.West Shore says goodbyeto beloved assistant principal On Friday, Aug. 2, Jim M elia, assistant principal of facilities at West Shore J unior/Senior High School, died unexpectedly of an apparent heart attack. H is death came just w eeks before the 2013-14 school year began. As assistant principal of facilities, Mr. Melia had a wide range of responsibilities, which included managing the facility, super-A countdown of the top 10 news stories of 2013See YEAR, A2Staff Report Local doctor gives the gift of sight for the holidays MELBOURNE James Mc M anus, M.D., is giving something very special away this holiday season. F or the second year in a ro w, Dr McManus, Board Ce r tified Ophthalmologist and Cataract Specialist at the Eye Institute for Medicine and Surgery, will be giving away the gift of sight to one lucky Brevard County resident. P oor vision associated with cataracts can have a profound effect on all aspects of a persons life, he said. It can prevent a person from working, from taking care of loved ones who depend on them or even performing daily activities that most of us take for granted. Dr McManus encourages r esidents, who may be experiencing vision loss due to cataracts or who may be uninsured and in need, to visit his website, www.thechristmascataract.com. On the website, an individual or a loved one can share a photo and their story, describing how vision loss has impacted their life and how they believe their life could improve, if their vision was restored. K endra Somberg, community outreach liaison for The Eye Institute, said that Dr McManus received more than 100 submissions. D r. Mc M anus started this because he wanted to give back to the community that he loves, she said. What better way to give back than to give away an absolutely free visionr estoring surgery? C ataracts are a clouding of the natural, clear lens inside the eye. Usually age r elated, cataracts may occur due to heredity, the presence of certain systematic illnesses, the use of certain medications, trauma and other factors. Dr McManus said that, for a period of time, changes in ones eyeglass prescription may improve vision to an acceptableRotary club supports local organizations BREVARD One group of students raised $2,500 for a local charitable organization in September to help it assist in its mission of protecting children from abuse and neglect. On Nov. 12, the Rotokids of Gemini Elementary presented Dr. Patricia Nellius-Guthrie, CEO of Breva rd F amily Partnership, with the $2,500 donation at a Melbourne Beach R otary Club meeting at S ands Restaurant. The Rotokids of Gemini Elementary is a school club sponsored by the M elbourne Beach Rotary Club, that provides an early introduction to R otary, while also providing an avenue for service in support of the community. The group of students r aised the funding at the Ic emans Fall Festival by selling baked goods. The donation reflects an awareness of the importance of family to our community, and, also, an awareness that not all children have families, said Eric Smith, president of the Melbourne Beach R otary Club and board member for Brevard Family Partnership. Br evard Family Partnership is a grassroots, community directed program of local children welfare By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See DOCTOR, A4By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See ROTARY, A4The donation reflects an awareness of the importance of family to our community, and, also, an awareness that not all children have families.Eric Smith President of the Melbourne Beach Rotary Club and b oard member for Brevard Family Partnership Dr. James McManus ENTERTAINMENTB1 INDEXSWINGTIMECalendarB1 ClassifiedB6 Crossword B5 Golf B5 Horoscopes B1 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Viewpoint A6 085929

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vising eight custodians and 30 teachers. Mr. Melia was also in charge of the master calendar for the school and ov ersaw the Athletics and A ctivities departments. J ims reputation as the dean was feared by most, but loved by all, recalled Rick Fleming, principal of W est Shore and close friend of Mr. Melia. The guy was a towering figure over 6 feet tall a true mountain of a man, with a heart as wide as Texas. 8.Parents rally to save closing schools In a last-ditch effort to r aise awareness for three public schools scheduled to close at the end of the 201213 school year, members of The Brevard Federation of T eachers and parents group Save Brevard Public Schools rallied together on M onday, May 13 at the St. J ames AME Church in T itusville. The closure of the South Lake Elementary in T itusville, Clearlake Middle in Cocoa and Gardendale Elementary on Merritt I sland sparked criticism from the community, including claims of racial discrimination in the form of a lawsuit filed against the district by Orlando Civil Rights attorney Shayan Elahi. 7.Brevard residents on alert following string of I95 robberies Local law enforcement advised Space Coast residents living within close proximity to I-95 to be aware of an increase in home burglaries. R eports indicated that the suspects entered homes by breaking rear sliding glass doors and used pillowcases to haul stolen goods, such as jewelry, cash and firearms. Three men deputies believed to be a part of the pillowcase bandits were eventually caught and charged with grand theft and burglary, with one suspect also being charged with aggravated burglary and fleeing and eluding police. 6.New institute designed to save the Indian River Lagoon Si nce the beginning of 2013, more than 70 dolphins inhabiting the Indian River Lagoon have died from an unspecified illness. In an effort to discover what is causing the deaths of wildlife in the lagoon, F lorida Tech executive vice president and chief operating officer T. Dwayne McC ay announced the establishment of the Indian River Lagoon Research I nstitute. The new institute is a collaboration of the universitys scientists, engineers, coastal resource managers and educations, who will all work independently and with community organizations to improve and sustain the health of the lagoon. 5.EFSC fall term features first students to earn bachelors degrees As students gathered at Eastern Florida State College on Monday, Aug. 19 for their first day of classes, some began their studies as the colleges first students eligible to earn four-year bachelors degrees. On July 1, Brevard Community College transitioned to Eastern Florida S tate College, expanding its r ole in the community, as w ell as offering bachelors programs to its students for the first time. BREVARD While its difficult to believe that another y ear is almost behind us, residents of Brevard County and beyond are looking forward to what 2014 has in store. We at H ometown News scoured the Space Coast this holiday season, asking some of the communitys most influential people about their goals and resolutions for the new year. He re s what they had to say: -My personal New Years R esolution for 2014 will be to live in the moment in order to appreciate what I have thats good in my life and to worry less. I am grateful for my husband, kids, family and friends, my health, a great job, a lovely home and a sweet and funny dog. I will try to be kind always. I will tell the people in my life why I love them and do it often. I will let someone enter the line of traffic in front of me, even when Im in a hurry. I will hold the door open for the next person. I will pay for the drink order of the person in the car behind me when Im at Starbucks. I will find ways to make people smile, even if its silly and small. My philosophy is simple life is good and it r eally is. Kathi Ridner, director at One Senior Place. -My New Years Resolution is to make the Space Coast the best, most vibrant community it can be by bringing innov ation, education and passion to our local economy. I will continue to work to attract new companies to add to our diverse business envir onment, while offering cuttingedge EDC programs, such as GO Contracts, to solidify and advance Brevards foundation of existing businesses. I will carry forward our efforts to develop a strong manufacturing workforce, capable of succeeding in the high-tech jobs we continue to r etain and recruit. And finally, I resolve to maintain the EDCs thorough, deliberate approach to strengthening the Space Coasts economy, as I look forward to a year of challenges, successes and growth. Lynda Weatherman, president and CEO of the Economic Development C ommission of Floridas S pace Coast. -My hope is for the continued success of Eastern Florida S tate College and our students, as we continue to grow and offer more educational opportunities to residents in our community and region. John J. Gli sch, associate vice president of communication at Eastern Florida State College. -After receiving my MBA from Webster University in J une of 2014, I am looking forward to utilizing the degree to r ealize my career and financial goals. I intend to combine scholarly learning with the hands-on experience Ive gained at the Brevard Museum to continue to pursue my career. My specific goals at the Br evard Museum are to see the museum continue to be fully entrenched as a destination for school children to see and experience Floridas history and natural science, as a tourist attraction people continue to travel from all over the world to see and to raise awareness in the community of the museum as a local treasure. R achel Burri s, director of education and assistant director at the Brevard Museum of Natural History and Science. -My resolution for 2014 is to work hard to get the land and proper z oning to open our no-kill domestic animal sanctuary, with the help of volunteers and very generous donors to save as many animals as possible. These wonderful and very adoptable animals are being put down at an alarming rate and we, as a community, are their only voice to save them. Katherine Johnson, president and founder of Fr iends for Animals Sanctuary, Inc. -In 2014, I will be on time every morning for my exercise class at the S untree Y. I figure those few extra minutes every day will add up to a whole class every couple of weeks. Being on time has always been a challenge for me, so I hope no one at the gym is reading this. Joyce W ilden, Buzz Biz Public Relations -I am resolving to find a way to individually see and acknowledge the hard work and dedication of all 243 employees of the Brevard C ounty Public Library System. The people at our 17 branch libraries, from Micco to Mims, provide great service, day in and day out, to Br evard patrons of all ages. J eff Thompson, Library Services Director, Brevard County. -Compiled by Chris Fish and Amanda Hatfield Anderson F riday, December 27, 2013 A2 MelbourneHometown News Dr. Denture080465 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. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, December 27, 2013 Melbourne A3 080460 50%OFF50%OFF 780472www.HometownNewsOL.comGift CertificatesA uto Service,Dining,Fun,Golf,Hotels, Salons,Relaxation &More!A Whale of a Car Wash Alamo Mexican Kitchen Beef OBradys Cocoa Bonefish Willys Central Florida Laser Cerratos Italian Deli Coachs Grill Complex Cafe Days Inn Debbies Diner Delladotti Pizzeria Econolodge First PhotoStudio Ginas Cafe &Deli Heartrest Health JCs Bar-B-Que Land &Sea Thai Fusion Lemongrass Spa Livewire GuitarsMarlenes Mobile MassageOzzies Crabhouse Slackers Grill Steagles Pennsylvania Pub TJs Breakfast &LunchFeaturing Alamo Mexican Kitchen Beef OBradys Organizations unite for more Kwanzaa celebrationsBREVARD Last year, a local committee formed to generate interest in celebrating the African holiday, K wanzaa. They called themselves Nguzo Saba, which translate to the seven principles. This year, the committee partnered with other community organizations, and, as a result, five events will take place during the sevenday holiday from Dec. 26 to J an. 1. Last year, which was our first year, we had two events, and now we have five, said organizer Patricia Davis. N ext year, they are shooting for seven one for each principle. There will be music and dance, and guest speakers, and each event will be focused on one of the seven principles, she said. K wanzaa, established in the early 1960s, is really about the children and about building community, while honoring their sacred r oots. The seven principles, developed by Maulana Ka re nga in 1963, are unity, self-determination, collective work and responsibility, cooperative economics, purpose, creativity and faith. Kar enga, the creator of K wanzaa, is a professor and chair of Africana Studies at C alifornia State University, Long Beach. This years partners include the South Brevard Chapter of the NAACP, Club Esteem and the Brevard Car ibbean American Sports & Cultural Association. Umoja: U nity Thursday, Dec. 26 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Melbourne/Palm Bay Delta Life Center; 805 E. Hopkins St., Melbourne Kujichagulia: S elfdetermination Fr iday, Dec. 27 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Brevard Car ibbean American S ports and Cultural Association; 1742 Harris Ave., S uite 6, Palm Bay Ujima: Co llective Wo rk and Responsibility S unday, Dec. 29 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the South Breva rd Br anch NAACP @ Ber tys Restaurant, 2280 H arris Ave., Suite 1, Palm Bay Nia: P urpose M onday, Dec. 30 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Lipscomb Pa rk C ommunity Center Annex. (Club Esteem), 3316 S. Monroe St., Melbourne Imani: F aith W ednesday, Jan. 1 from 6:30 to 8 p.m.; Karamu F east at the M elbourne/Palm Bay D elta Life Center; 805 E. H opkins St., Melbourne All events are free. Mo re information can be found via the Nguzo Saba website at www.nguzosabacommittee.weebly.co m or by calling (321) 2151226.Celebratory dates and locationsBy Deb AlbertoF or Hometown News Photo courtesy of Patricia DavisThe Nguzo Saba, or seven principles, Committee will host five events during the sevenday holiday celebration of Kwanzaa. The four-year degrees currently offered at EFSC are General Business Management and Health Care M anagement, with eight more tracks scheduled for A ugust 2014. 4.Special needs dance team lights up local, national stages The creativity and hard work of one Melbourne student has provided a unique opportunity for individuals with special needs throughout the community. Logan Morris, 18, founded the Dance Abilities team at Melbournes Dance M ania All-Stars, a team comprised of dancers with a var iety of special needs physical, emotional and learning ages 5 and older. While dancing at the Universal Dance Associations N ational Dance Team Championship, the Dance A bilities team members we re extended an invitation to perform at the national competition every year for free. 3.FWC investigating the deaths of more than 200 brown pelicans,80 manatees The Florida Fish and W ildlife Conservation Commission continued to investigate what caused the deaths of more than 200 pelicans and 80 manatees in Brevard County. R esearchers sent samples to the National Wildlife H ealth Center for testing to determine whether or not the cause of death is due to botulism. 2.Texting while driving ban confusingto Brevard motorists On Oct. 1, Florida roadways became a little bit safer, as a texting, while driving, band went into effect. While the intentions of the Florida ban on Texting While Driving Law are clearly for the good of all who travel on Floridas r oads, it has been criticized, by some, as one of the w eakest bans in the nation. In order for a law enforcement officer to issue a ticket for texting while driving, the officer would have to stop a driver for another offense, such as careless driving. There are some exemptions to the law, however, which is why some critics say it may be too weak. These loopholes allow drivers to text while parked, stopped at a light or stuck in a traffic jam. Drivers can also use their phone to check maps, issue voice commands and listen to music or other online programming. 1.Agencies partner to r einforce school security The campuses of Eastern F lorida State College became a safer place for students thanks to a partnership between the school and the Brevard County S herriffs Office. The new safety measures we re one part of a review of all EFSC, formerly Brevard C ommunity College, operations that college president Dr Jim Richey put in place when he became president in early 2012. S teps included opening police substations on the four EFSC campuses; conducting comprehensive security reviews of each campus; integrating the colleges emergency response plan with the Sheriffs Office and municipal police and fire departments; leading coordinated crisisr esponse training exercises with college officials; offering crime awareness training for new EFSC students, as well as current students, faculty and staff; and developing awareness programs at each campus for Brevard r esidents, which will provide valuable crime prevention information. -Compiled by Chris Fish and Amanda Hatfield A ndersonY earF rom page A2 File photoOn July 1, Brevard Community College became Eastern Florida State College, as the college began to offer students four-year bachelors degree programs.

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F riday, December 27, 2013 A4 MelbourneHometown News DISCONTINUEDITEMS LIMITEDQUANTITIES OVERSTOCK ONE-OF-A-KINDS YEARENDSALEGetting Ready &Making Room For New Products!YEARENDSALEDiscountEquals Sales Tax!INCREDIBLESALESEVENT!Locally Owned and Operated for Over 35 Yearswww.gallery.la-z-boy.com/brevard*Product shown is representation of stock.Selection may vary.3710 North U.S.1 Cocoa (321) 639-3010Mon-Sat 10am 7pm Sun Noon 5pm3451 W.New Haven Ave. W est Melbourne (321) 725-5461Mon-Sat 9am 8pm Sun Noon 5pm V AIL Recliner CONNER ReclinerAfter Discount$28189 $28189 CLARK Sofa REX SectionalAfter Discount$79899 $79899 After Discount$37599 $37599 LANCER ReclinerAfter Discount$46999 $46999 After Discount$177472 $177472071140 042786 086096 systems. Geo Ropert, director of communications for Breva rd F amily Partnership, said the donation made by the Rotokids comes in a time of need for the organization. The generous donation to (BFP) comes at a critical time in terms of helping us fill gaps in funding, so that we can provide all families in our system of care with the programs, counseling, therapy and other services critical to keeping their children safe, he said. We appreciate the support that MB Rotary has provided us and hope that their acts of kindness will inspire other to consider Brevards abused and neglected children and how they can help. Established in 2003, the organization serves as a r esponse to the Florida legislative mandate to privatize foster care and related services. The agency was awarded a contract by the Florida D epartment of ChildrenRotaryF rom page A1 Photo courtesy of Melbourne Beach Rotary ClubThe Rotokids of Gemini Elementary, a branch of the Melbourne Beach Rotary club, donated a check for $2,500 to Dr. Patricia Nellius of Brevard Family Partnership to support its cause of helping abused and neglected children in Brevard County.and Families to manage Br evard Countys child-welfare system. Br evard Family Partnership and its community partners provide child abuse prevention, foster care support, adoption, independent living and community outreach services to the children and families of Brevard County. Mr. Smith said that the M elbourne Beach Rotary Club also works with many other local charities, such as the Brevard Sharing Center and the Genesis House. level; however, once a cataract progresses past a certain point, vision and a persons ability to do the most basic things begin to be compromised, leading surgery being the only viable alternative. Bre va rd C ounty is a wonderful place to live, to raise a family and to practice medicine, he said. I want to give back to the community that has been so good to my family and me. Dr McManus said that he will review all the entries and carefully determine the individual most likely to benefit from cataract surgery, and that he hopes to make this gift an annual tradition. The deadline for submissions is the end of December, and a winner will be chosen by early January. F or more information, visit www.thechristmascataract.com. DoctorF rom page A1 P ortraits wouldnt work at this type of event, so I did a little research on silhouettes and tried my hand at it. Sh e d never cut a silhouette until the day of the event, and it was then that she realized she had a special talent for it. Dr essed in period costume, she sold the silhouettes for $2 each, and the children in attendance dubbed her The Silhouette Lady. Sh e s raised her prices a little since 1990 to $15 per silhouette, with a $5 charge for duplicates, which seems r easonable, considering shes now an award-winning silhouette artist. Ms. Neals watercolors will be on display at The Art and Antique Studio at 1419 H ighland Ave. in the Eau G allie Arts District, beginning Jan. 3. The artist will be present for the First Friday Art Walk, J an. 3, where she will be sitting in her favorite rocking chair, cutting personalized silhouettes. A watercolor of the rocking chair, along with her other works, will be on display for the remainder of the month. F or a preview of her work, visit www.LindaDNeal.com.ArtistF rom page A1Linda Neal will be the January featured artist of the month for the Art and Antique Studio and Gallery. Photo courtesy of Art and Antique Studio and Gallery

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The first taste of 2014 will include continental breakfast buffet and gourmet c offee bar.20% gratuity added to all parties.8 780471 FREESubscription FREEDeliveryCall 866-913-6397 to sign up or at subscriptions@HometownNewsOL.comHometown News 2013 Pet ofThe Year Dakota Call Today321-729-4243Call Today321-729-4243Booking Now for Appointments Starting January 7th201 Fourth Avenue Indialantic, FL 32903BodyWiseSpecialists.com201 Fourth Avenue Indialantic, FL 32903BodyWiseSpecialists.com080104 PREMIERCosmetic Solutions Now at BodyWise SpecialistOrganic P ermanent MakeupI am so pleased with the eyeliner and brows that Ms. Bratcher created for me, that I wanted to make this service available to our clients. -Regina Kaufmann, MDOwner, BodyWise Specialists Police report Melbourne Police Department Dustin Ryan Justice, 30, of 770 Wickham Road N., M elbourne, was charged De c. 13 with simple assault on an officer/firefighter/EMT and r esisting arrest with violence. Timothy Nelson McG uire, 58, address unknown, was charged Dec. 13 with arson and felony violation of a municipal ordinance. Ronald O. Arnold, 33, of 3423 Saxon St., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 14 with trespassing and possession of cocaine. Eric James Wyatt, 26, of 3011 Pebble Creek St., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 14 with unarmed burglary of an occupied conveyance, grand larceny, petit larceny and felony on-site violation of probation. Christopher Antonio English, 45, of 2254 Henry S t. S.E., Palm Bay, was charged Dec. 15 with possession of cocaine, possession of a weapon/ammo by a convicted felon, delivering/possession of /selling a w eapon with altered identification and felony violation of a county ordinance. Kevarris Rashad Key, 21, of 3319 Henry St., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 15 with possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, carrying a concealed firearm and possession of a w eapon/ammo by a convicted felon. Marc Jan Ilel Lundi, 33, of 29 Circle Ave., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 17 with r esisting arrest without violence and felony battery. Amanda Lee Stewart, 29, of 1163 Douglas St. S.E., P alm Bay, was charged Dec. 18 with obtaining a controlled substance by fraud, fraud-uttering a false instrument, destroying/tampering with/fabricating evidence and attempting to solicit/conspire. Samuel Eugene Glasco, 44, of 3411 Saxon St., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 19 with aggravated battery causing bodily harm.Melbourne Village P olice Department Michael Phillip Vella, 50, of 630 Pine Road, Melbourne Village, was charged De c. 15 with two counts of felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence.P alm Bay Police Department Kirby Lee Frink, 48, of 1209 Elcon Drive, West Melbourne, was charged Dec. 13 with carrying a concealed firearm and possession of a w eapon/ammo by a convicted felon. George W. McCall, 67, of 3140 Mary St., West Melbourne, was charged Dec. 18 with refusing to submit to a balance test, driving under the influence-property damage and felony driving under the influence.W est Melbourne P olice Department Daniel Michael Gomez, 19, of 251 E. Haven Drive, We st Melbourne, was charged Dec. 17 with felony battery on a person 65 years old or older.Brevard County Sheriffs Office Glendon Davis, 33, of 3170 Arthur Circle, Melbourne, was charged Dec. 13 with obstructing justice, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, felony battery and felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Juan Manuel Lopez, 44, address unknown, was charged Dec. 13 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and two counts of trafficking heroin. Megan Lynn Rodell, 35, address unknown, was charged Dec. 13 with larceny. Monica D. Miller, 34, of 2630 Minton Road, West M elbourne, was charged De c. 14 with felony child abuse and felony battery. Joseph Ublies, 28, address unknown, was charged Dec. 16 with dealing in stolen property. Christopher Donald V ess, 20, of 1897 Guava Ave ., Melbourne, was charge Dec. 16 with leaving the scene of an accident, driving under the influence and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana. Darrius Antonio Johnson, 31, of 808 Cedar Drive, M elbourne, was charged De c. 17 with two counts of selling cocaine, two counts of possession of cocaine and two counts of felony violation of probation. James Lavoris Washington, 33, of 2131 Washington Ave., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 17 with selling cocaine and possession of cocaine. Latoya Oreal Wright, 26, of 725 E. University Blvd., M elbourne, was charged De c. 17 with selling cocaine and possession of cocaine. Jeffery Vincent Meddleton, 52, of 1506 Arnold Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged Dec. 18 on an outof-county warrant. Shannon Renee Winter, 29, of 250 Lego Circle, West M elbourne, was charged De c. 19 with larceny, two counts of fraud-using/possession of the identification of another, two counts of fraud-illegal use of credit cards to obtain goods, two counts of fraud-using the identification of another without consent and two counts of fraud-illegal use of credit cards. Editors note: This is a list of arrests,not convictions, and all arrestees are presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty in a court of law. Supervisor of Elections Office hosts food drive BREVARD A collaboration between two community-centered organizations has made sure families will not go hungry this holiday season. The Brevard County S upervisor of Elections Office and WESH 2 News partnered together for the annual Share Your Christmas Food Drive. This is the third year the Elections Office has partnered with the Orlando-based news station. Fr om Nov. 18 to Dec. 6, S upervisor Lori Scott and her staff collected more than 400 pounds of nonperishable donations at four Elections Office locations for the Second Harvest Food B ank. The Elections Office is honored to once again participate in WESH 2s Share Y our Christmas Food Dr ive, Supervisor Scott said. I am always overwhelmed by the generosity of our community and am grateful our efforts will benefit those in need this holiday season. S econd Harvest Food B and works to provide food and basic needs to more than 500 grassroots organizations in Central Florida. Br evard County employees and members of the community came together to support Brevard families in need, collecting a variety of nonperishable items, such as canned soup, dry beans, rice, canned veggies, pasta and canned fruit. Amanda Hoang, outreach coordinator for the Brevard C ounty Supervisor of Elections, said that this seasons food drive is only an example of the charitable contribution the Elections Office makes year round. Each year, the Elections Office hosts the Vote to End Childhood Hunger Bake S ale, which benefits Project H unger, she said. This y ears Bake Sale raised more than $2,000 for Project H unger, an organization that ensures Brevards children have adequate nutrition. In addition to the bake sale, the Elections Office also partners with the Breva rd Schools Foundation in the fall, to serve as an official drop-off site for its B ack to School Supply Drive. The Brevard County Supervisor of Elections Office, along with WESH 2 News, collected more than 400 pounds of nonperishable food for the Share Y our Food Drive. The food collected will be distributed by the Second Harvest Food Bank.Photo courtesy of the Brevard County Supervisor of Elections OfficeP artnership with WESH 2 collects more than 400 pounds of foodBy Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com WEDNESDAY, JAN. 1 Cocoa Beach Public L ibrary will be closed. New Years Day History W alk: at 10 a.m. Jan. 1 at the towns river pier, located at the w est end of Ocean Avenue. This is an easy stroll, a bit over an hour in length. We pass a dozen century-old homes. Early photographs will be shown. We end with a tour of the 12-year-old Community Chapel. A reception follows in the C ommunity Center across the street. The walk is free. C all (321) 723-2655 for more information.F RIDA Y, JAN. 3 The Brevard Antiques & C ollectibles group: will meet at 9:30 a.m. to noon at the S untree/Viera Public Library. F or more information,call (321) 255-4404.SA TURDAY, JAN. 4 The American Girl History M ystery Book Club: will meet from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Suntree/Viera Public Library. F or more information, call (321) 255-4404. Catalina 22 Seminar: from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The T itusville Sailing Club will present a seminar on Catalina 22 sail boat. Three Catalina 22-foot slips are now ready to share. This seminar will include set up, rigging, launching, cruising, racing and safety. Cost is $10. Fo r more information,call (321) 269-2449 or (321) 4527761 or email sail76@bellsouth.net.SUNDA Y, JAN. 5 Music on a Sunday Afternoon: S ound Traveler: at 2 p .m. in the community room at the Cocoa Beach Public Library. The library is located at 550 North Brevard Ave., C ocoa Beach. Fo r more information,call (321) 868-1104 or visit cocoabeachpubliclibrary.org.CalendarF rom page A1

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A6 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, MICHELEMEISNER OFSEBASTIAN! I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 080036WIN$100 WIN$100This W eeks Prize This W eeks Prize this from. The exchanges are now open. They are simply a public portal to a range of many all-private insurance options, and you choose the one you want to join. There is no such thing as rationed health within the exchanges. I know many people already got through and chose a plan they can afford. These people are employed, but had no health care offered to them where they work. There are millions of people trying to call and/or go online to the websites. Of course, its going to be busy. Of course, theres going to be some glitches in the system. Nothing is perfect. The people criticizing it are the ones who are just repeating what they hear. They are not even the ones who need it. These millions of people would like the opportunity to buy into a healthcare plan. It does not sound to me like they are concerned about any of it being rationed. How silly.Response to liking red light camerasThis is a response to the person who wrote a rave entitled, Why I like road safety cameras, which was published recently in the Rants & Raves section. There is a potential problem with using cameras and associated software to identify a persons car tags when a law is violated. In the past three months, my family has received two toll violation (so called) tickets for the Orlando area. I nspection of the supplied tag-photographs at high magnification shows that the software cannot discriminate between a numeric zero and a letter Q. The same car, a Ford van with standard Florida plates, violated the tolls at different Orlando locations; while our family car, an Austin Mini with antique plates, has never gone outside Brevard. I also read recently that the state is considering redesigning F lorida tags to make them more readable using cameras/software. So there may be more readability problems than the one I have identified. At least a law enforcement officer, using his or her eyes, would not have made this mistake.Handing out Bibles gets me in troubleI was at the Fall Festival another way of celebrating Halloween, which does come from a pagan celebration. I was giving out pocket-sized Bibles instead of candy, which is a dentists delight. I was stopped by the security of this church because I did not get approval from them to give out these Bibles. I already had God's approval, so why do I need this churchs approval? G iving out Bibles is better than any candy. I am sure I will hear from them about this message because this message will go to one of their elders. Ev en if they boot me out, they cannot stop the passing out of B ibles and the gospel and the truth concerning their ways of celebrating pagan celebrations and giving greetings in the name of a pagan goddess, namely Easter. Who are we to obey: God or man?Getting medical coverageF inally, people who previously were "uninsurable" can now get medical coverage. All this talk and speculation, delaying the plan and telling y oung people to opt out is nonsense. We need everyone to take personal responsibility for themselves, get medical coverage and stay healthy. Thank you President (Barack) Obama, for standing firm against Republican attempts to de-fund and delay the healthcare law, efforts that sadly led to a 16-day government shutdown this month. P eople do not have to go to the website. They can call, and depending on what state they live in, there are centers opening up which you can sign up in person. Thanks to Florida Gov. Rick Scott, Florida will be one of the most difficult states to get fair coverage by Gov. Scott, refusing to allow the state insurance commissioner to negotiate lower rates with companies. Gov. Scotts refused the Medicaid expansion funds, which many other states have and are signing people up with no problems. C alifornia and New York report massive healthcare sign-ups and many choices of plans being offered. Thanks Mr. Scott for all your help. F or verification, visit http://www.politifact.com/truth-ometer/statements/2013/aug/08/ted-deutch/florida-democratssay-gov-rick-scott-and-legislatu/. Where are our priorities?Loc al rants neededHow about some hometown (type) news that is Rants & Ra ves, not this national stuff, putting down our president, putting down all these things that are not local news? How about local news, you know, the stuff that is in our hometown? Those are the kind of rants you should be printing, for Gods sake. Leave the president alone. Anything national, leave alone. Anything international, leave alone just our hometown (type) news. Thats what you are, arent you?China and beyondI have no idea. I think this individual who thinks China has a better idea than we have in this good old U.S.A. I think that you should change locations. I am now in my s. My wife suffered from diabetes, and dont remember asking anyone to help me. I was a veteran in the World War. If I am right, why are you complaining about it? If not, thank God that you live in a country that does care. O ur church gives out food on Thanksgiving. We help those people in December, and we help those people, who are not as fortunate as we are. Thank God that you are not of that same situation.Give some free time for the animalsMy name is Barbara. I just finished reading a very powerful Letter to the Editor. It was quite lengthy and was written for the attention of certain officials in Brevard County, not getting responses, etc., etc. W ell, I read that letter with great interest. I am 79 years old, and I have been an advocate for the animals for the 13 years I have been living here. P eople are basically good, but only if it means money in their pockets, and it feeds into their hidden agenda. I took care of a mother cat with four kittens a few years ago. The county was paying for the spay/neuter program. The cats have to be brought back, so that they could be monitored. W ell, I spend $130 out of my Social Security money to put the mommy cat down because she had feline AIDS. Thank God, two kittens were adopted. I think a vulture got one. And I have been taking care of one remaining kitten for 13 y ears. P eople where I lived didnt like it, but I fought hard with tooth and nail, and I am still taking care of him. There is so much love between he and I. Its the most beautiful thing the eye could see. Anyway, I wrote a letter years ago to a newspaper with a suggestion that each and every veterinarian in our county gave their skills and donated their skill and donated their expenditures, aside from a low-cost spay/neuter program. They should volunteer their services. They would be doing good work if they did that. They would be helping a lot of poor people and a lot of unfortunate animals. Thanks to the great people at the Melbourne Civic TheatreThis is a rave note of thanks and gratitude to Pamela Hein, J ennifer Heaff and the other theater professionals managing the Melbourne Civic Theatre. They are astute and "tuned-in" to the theater-going public and the patrons in the community. Their diligence and dedication is recognized and appreciated by the good people in and around Melbourne. Thank You.T exting while driving is just plain stupidThis refers to the article in last week's edition of the Hometown News regarding the texting while driving law. This is all that needs to be said: Texting while driving is just plain stupid and selfish. There is no other opinion. Y ou are in a vehicle that weighs about 2,000 pounds, is moving forward and is, in effect, a weapon. Y our responsibility while operating this vehicle is to have both hands on the wheel, watching where you are going, occasionally glancing around to see what's around you and get y ourself and other drivers to their destinations safely. Period! T exting at red lights just delays everyone from going forward when it turns green. There shouldn't even have to be a law for this, but the watered down version our intelligent politicians passed doesn't do the job. I've been rear-ended twice by texters; and if I live through the next one, that texter may be wearing that i-Phone where the sun don't shine.Brevard traffic tie-upsI read the Rants & Raves column every week and enjoy it very much. I have a rant about some areas that tie up traffic. U.S. 192 and I-95: If you are going east on U.S. 192 and the light on the west side turns green, then the light on the east side of I-95 turns red. Another area is Palm Bay Road and Minton, west bound: In most intersections, the right lane can go straight or turn right. N ot here! The right lane can only turn right; so the inside lane, which goes straight or turns left, is backed up three or four lights. There is no one in the right lane. I know this is also true eastbound on U.S. 192 and U.S. Highway 1. I enjoy your paper every week. Thank you.So much misinformation about The Affordable Care ActThis week, a question asked in a rant was How many people will perish because of rationed healthcare? My question would be, how many people would perish without health care? How many will die of cancer, die from untreated illnesses; which is what has happening up until now. Thank goodness for The Affordable Care Act! Theres no rationing. I do not know where this writer parroted VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, DEC. 27, 2013 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM Ready to soarElijah Majors, 5, of Melbourne, Kamara Scott, 7 of Melbourne and Diani Hall of Palm Bay pose for pictures with a helicopter from the Brevard County Sheriffs Office during the Family Christmas Extravaganza at Max K Rhodes Park Saturday, Dec. 21. The yearly event included Fire Trucks, Sheriffs Helicopter, cars and bomb squad along with bounce houses, face painting, climbing wall and Chagy the clown. The event was sponsored by The House church of Palm Bay and Brevard County Parks and Recreation. 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. Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 50 59 Tu rnpike Feeder Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 Copyright 2013, Hometown News, L.C.Phone (321) 242-1013 Fax (321) 242-1281Classified (321) 242-0442 1 -800-823-0466 Rants & Raves (321) 242-1276Circulation 1 -866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comMELBOURNEV oted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. Lee Mooty . . . . . .General Manager/CFO V ernon D.Smith . . .Managing Partner F arris Robinson . . .Sr. VP Sales/Marketing T ammy Farmer . . . .Managing Editor Robin Bevilacqua . .Human Resources Kathy Young . . . . .Major/Natl. Accounts Manager Amanda Tucker . . .Major/Natl. 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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 CONTEST 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) Health club students adopt nursing home for holidaysBREVARD When C athy Hall, R.N., began her medical career as a nursing assistant, she specialized in geriatric nursing and was employed in nursing homes for 15 years. I t was during the holidays that I noticed many of the nursing home residents were forgotten by family members or did not have any family, Mrs. Hall said. Some had families, who lived too far away to visit. The holidays are a very lonely, depressing time for them without loved ones. Now the Medical Focus instructor and Health O ccupation Students of America club advisor, Mrs. H all has been teaching at T itusville High School for the past 19 years. W anting to inspire her students, Mrs. Hall began a tradition of adopting a nursing home for the holidays. O ur students look forward to this event every y ear and participate each time, she said. I have had graduates come back to help with the party and bring joy to the elderly because it was so much fun. W ith 70 affiliated HOSA club members and approximately 300 students in the medical program at T itusville High School, Mrs. Hall and her program co-workers guide students through an intense curr iculum, filled with dual enrollment courses. O ur course sequence consists of Health Science II a high school course usually taken freshman y ear then Introduction to Health Care and Medical Te r minology, which are both dual enrollment courses taken through Eastern Florida State College, Mrs. Hall said. After completion of these prer equisites, students wishing to become Nursing Assistants can take my P atient Care Assistant course, which is also a dual enrollment course. Mrs. Hall added that, upon completion of the PCA course, students are then eligible to take their state certified Nursing Assistant Exam to become C.N.A.s. The test consists of written and skills portions and students must pass both parts in order to become a Certified Nursing Assistant. P atricia Shimer, R.N., teaches Health Sciences II, I ntro to Health Care and M edical Terminology, Mrs. Hall said. She is also a HOSA club advisor. Students are encouraged to take Anatomy and Physiology with Mrs. Samani, as well. On Wednesday, Dec. 18, the HOSA club went to Ro yal Oaks Nursing and R ehab Center to continue on the 19 year tradition of adopting a nursing home for the holidays. O ur club decided to adopt and provide gifts for all 120 residents, Mrs. Hall said. We want them to know they are not forgotten and that someone cares. Mrs. Hall added the HOSA club chose Royal O aks, as the facility is one her students train at for the PCA program, stating that it has always been good at coordinating the event with the club. W e help with their holiday party, deliver presents, sing carols and have Santa and Mrs. Claus visit every one of them, she said. If they are not able to get to the party, we visit them in their rooms. The HOSA members we re joined by Mrs. Orr, the chorus director at Titusville H igh School, and 20 members of the chorus. A t the party, holiday carols are sung while students pass out gifts and help with the refreshments, Mrs. H all said. Santa and Mrs. Claus visit with residents and take pictures, give lots of hugs and provide each r esident with love. The HOSA club at Astronaut High School, under the direction of Mrs. Mc C ain, also assisted in collecting gifts for the residents at Royal Oaks. The smiles and joy seen on the faces of the elderly are priceless. Many have stated they cant believe we would do this for them and some cry tears of joy, Mrs. H all said of the residents at Ro yal Oaks. N ot only do the residents benefit from this selfless gift of kindness, but so do Mrs. Halls students. O ur high school teens get a tremendous amount of satisfaction and emotional rewards from helping others and seeing the joy they bring, Mrs. Hall said. These young people are truly amazing. Brittany Grobe, who dressed up as Santa, and Savannah Henson, who dressed up as Mrs. Claus, pose for a picture with Titusville High School assistant principal Mr. Diesel at the Royal Oaks Nursing and Rehab Center holiday party. The t wo students are members of the Health Occupation Students of America Club, which adopted the nursing home for the holidays.Photo courtesy of Cathy Hall By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com

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Patrick Publix PlazaNext to Pet Supermarket FREEGLASSOFWINE ORBEER!(up to $5.95) with$30 minimum order 1 coupon per visit expires 1/10/14 Cannot be combined with any other offer HAPPYHOUR MON-THURS 4-6 PMHappy Hour Menu Available OPEN NE W YEARS DAY! Club Scene Out & about BREVARD Classical jazz lovers are in for a real treat in the New Year. On Tuesday, Jan. 7 and W ednesday, Jan. 8, Swingtime will present Swinging with the Strings, with strings musicians from the Melbourne Community Orchestra as special guests. The free concerts will be hosted at the Melbourne A uditorium at 7:30 p.m. on both nights, with no tickets required. This is the fourth year that Swingtime, a 20-piece B ig Band ensemble of the Melbourne Municipal B and, has partnered up with the Melbourne Community Orchestra for winter performances. The inspiration for this concert was the result of some brainstorming between Aaron Collins conductor of the MCO and me, said Art Martin, conductor of Swingtime. W e both like jazz and classical music, and thought it would be great to create an event that would showcase both groups performing together for the people of Br evard County. Mr. Martin will conduct S wingtime and the Melbourne Community Orchestra members, as the group performs a variety of classical jazz favorites, such as In the M ood, Strictly Instrumental, Serenade in B lue, For Once in My Life and much more. J oining the combined groups will be popular local vocalist Sally Hart. Mr. Martin said that r oughly 30 members of the Melbourne Community Orchestra will be joining Swingtime for Januarys performances. This is a great opportunity for our patrons to see the Melbourne Community Orchestra and Swingtime performing jazz tunes together, Mr. Martin said. At these concerts, Swingtime plays the first half and the MCO joins us in the second half. On Feb. 5 and 6, the MCO will have their concert and Swingtime will be their guest. S wingtime will present S winging with the Str ings, with string musicians from the Melbourne community Orchestra as special guests, on Tuesday, Jan. 7 and Wednesday, Jan 8 at the Melbourne Auditorium. The free concerts begin at 7:30 p.m., with no tickets required. The Melbourne Auditori um is located at 625 H ibiscus Blvd., Melbourne. F or more information, call (321) 724-0555 or visit www.melbournemunicipalband.org.Loc al man to perform offBroadwayA local musician from Indian Harbour Beach has already had his 15 minutes of fame, more than once, but soon will get another go at it in New Y ork Citys off-Broadway theater district, where hell perform throughout the month of December, with his group Squonk Opera in their musical, Majesty & Mayhem. K evin Kornicki, world percussionist with the local Flamenco band, Don Soledad Group, performed on Broadway with Squonk Opera 13 years ago; has toured around the world with Squonk; and more recently appeared on several episodes of Americas Got T alent, with them making it to the shows quarterfinals in 2 011. Squonk Opera is a visually stunning performing arts ensemble based out of Pittsburgh, Penn. Some would say, its more Squonk than opera, because Squonk is more like a party, full of edgy diverse music, color, humor and fun, similar to a Blue Man Group show in the sense that its loosely based on a storyline and has a focus on good music. K ornicki is the Squonks percussionist and cocomposer, and plays a variety of different drums in the show, to include a Zen drum, which hell solo off Broadway. K evin is also the sound engineer at St. Marks United Methodist Church in Indialantic. He moved to the area seven years ago with his wife, Cathleen Snow, who is an Air F orce officer at Patrick Air F orce Base. She is currently deployed to Kabul, Afghanistan. Majesty and Mayhem will perform at 59th East 59th T heater through Dec. 29.Enjoying a flightT he Valiant Air Command W arbird Museum offers rides in the historic C-47 Tico Belle just in time for the holidays. T he Dec. 28 flight includes a free one year membership to the museum, and also includes a ticket to the annual Tico Airshow to be Capt.Hirams: U gly Sw eater Party with Bullet Theory at 7:30 p.m. Friday. N ew Years Eve is Metalucious at 8 p.m. Capt. Hi ra m s is at 1580 U.S. H ighway 1, Sebastian. For more information,call (772) 589-4345. Cheers 2 U Bar: Fr iday night from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. is Fireball Karaoke. Anything Goes Karaoke with R ay Bell is 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. S aturday. Sunday is bar bingo from 2-4 p.m. We dnesday night is Fireball Karaoke from 8-11 p .m. Cheers 2 U is at 2086 Sar no Road, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 254-9411. Coconuts on the Be ach: A live band will play at 7 p.m. Friday. The U nsaid will play at 7 p.m. S aturday. Cocolocos will play at 2 p.m. Sunday. Vilifi will play at 7 p.m. on Tuesday. Coconuts is at 2 Minutemen Causeway, Cocoa B each. F or more information,call (321) 784-1422. Crickets: Live bands perform every Friday night. Rock Candy is at 9 p .m. At 9 p.m. Karaoke with Ginger Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. Texas H old Em is at noon Saturday and at 6:30 p.m. Monday. Crab races are at 6:30 p .m. Tuesdays. Crickets is at 1942 N. Wickham Road, M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 242-9280. Earls Hideaway: R andy Skirvin Band will play at 8:30 p.m. Friday. A live band will play at 2 p. m., and Spanks will play at 8:30 p.m. Saturday. Victor Wainwright will play at 2 p.m. on Sunday. Wednesday is the New Years Eve party with Roughouse. Earls is at 1405 Indian River Drive, Sebastian. For more information,call (772) 589-5700. Fill-N-Station Saloon: J ohnnyRock1 and Linda Lavis will host Southern ARIES March 21/April 20Aries, enjoy some welldeserved time off. Life has taken on a hectic pace of late, but some much-needed time to rest, relax and recharge has finally arrived.TA URUS April 21/May 21T aurus, hidden feelings come to the surface, and this will prove a pleasant surprise. Let things play out this week, and you will get some peace.GEMINI May 22/June 21Gemini, your friends are up to something and they want it to remain a surprise. Keep your distance, and don't let your curiosity get the better of you.CA NCE R June 22/July 22A temporary situation at work may alter your plans for a few days, Cancer. But don't let changes stop you from scheduling some down time with your friends.LEO July 23/Aug. 23Leo, think things through before swinging into action. Run your ideas by someone close, and consider all of your options. This will ensure you make the best decision.VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22Y our confidence about the future is a byproduct of the past, Virgo. You have learned from past mistakes and are ready to forge ahead and turn your hard work into results.LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23Libra, now is the time to address some relationship issues that you have been avoiding. Deal with them in a straightforward way, and you will be glad you did.See S CENE, B2 See SCOPES, B6Get Swinging with Swingtime W eek of 12-27-2013 Br evard CountyEntertainmentDining &SECTION B WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM FRIDAY, DEC. 27, 2013Annual winter performance to feature Melbourne Community Orchestra Photo courtesy of Bob WileySwingtime will host an evening of classical jazz as it presents Swinging with the Strings on Tuesday, Jan. 7 and Wednesday, Jan. 8 at 7:30 p.m. at the Melbourne Auditorium.See OUT, B5

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T alent Karaoke 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday night. The Fill-N-Station S aloon is at 2685 U.S. H ighway 1, Mims. F or more information,call (321) 3830053. Grills Seafood & Tiki B ar Port Canaveral: The S eeds will play at 8 p.m. Fr iday. Grills at the Port is at 505 Glen Cheek Drive, Po rt C anaveral. F or more information,call (321) 8682226. Grills Seafood & Tiki B ar Riverside: L una Pearl will play at 7:30 p.m. on Fr iday. Derek will play at 2 p .m. followed by the Jon Q uinlivin Band at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday. Dont Quit Yo ur Day Job will play at 2 p .m. on Sunday. Mark M acri will play at 3 p.m. on M onday. New Years Eve party on Tuesday, with live music from The Brohams with a champagne toast at midnight. Grills Riverside is at 6075 N. U.S. Highway 1, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2428999. Heidis Jazz Club: S teve K irsner & Friends will play from 5-8 p.m., and the Ron T eixeira Trio will play from 8:30 p.m. to midnight Friday. Ron Teixeira Trio will play from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday. The jam session will be from 7-11 p .m. Sunday. Kenny Cohen will join the Ron Teixeira Tr io for the New Years Eve dance party. Doors open at 5 p.m. and festivities begin at 8 p.m. on Tuesday. H eidis is at 7 N. Orlando Ave ., Cocoa Beach. For more information,call (321) 783-4559. Kenny Ds Grill & Bar: J ourney Tribute Show will be at 9 p.m. Saturday. New Y ears Eve Gala with an Elvis Tribute on Tuesday. K enny Ds is located at 4711 Babcock St., Palm Bay. F or more information, call (321) 724-9462. Matts Casbah: Derek Ber nard will play at 6:30 p .m. Friday followed by a DJ at 10 p.m. Shore Fire D ance Band will play from 6:30-9:30 p.m. Saturday. At 12 p.m. on Sunday is Greg Wa rn er. Tuesday is Matts N ew Years Eve part with The Usual Suspects. Matts is at 801 New Haven Ave., M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 5741099. Melbourne Elks: Kar aoke and dancing with Lou Phillips is from 5-9 p .m. on Mondays and is open to non-members. S paghetti and other food is from 5-7 p.m. Dinner costs $5. The Melbourne Elks is at 211 S. Nieman Ave., Melbourne. South Nieman Av enue is west of Babcock Str eet and east of Apollo B oulevard in Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 768-1744. Open Mikes: F unk jam is from 6-10 p.m. Monday. T otally Open Tuesday open jam is from 6-10 p.m. T uesday. Adult comic night (18 and older) is from 8-10 p .m. Wednesday. The R ockin Blues Jam is from 6-10 p.m. Thursday. Friday is wine me up jazz jam night from 7-10 p.m. Band showcase night is 8 p.m. to midnight Saturdays on selected dates. Open Mikes is at Florida Discount M usic, 454 N. Harbor City Blv d., (U.S. Highway 1), M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2545645. OzziesCrabhouse: Mat R oberts will play from 6-10 p .m. Friday. Larry and S andi will play from 6-10 p .m. Saturday. Strobe Less will play from 5-9 p.m. S unday. Karaoke with Ken E ddy will be 7-11 p.m. Thursday. Ozzies is at 4391 D ixie Highway N.E., Palm Bay. F or more information, call (321) 724-0009. Rustys Seafood & Oyster Bar: J on Parrot will play from noon to 4 p.m., and Ker vin Young will play from 6-10 p.m. Friday. Chris Gl ov er will play from 6-10 p .m. Saturday. Paul Christopher will play from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. R onnie Soloman will play from 5-9 p.m. Monday. Jon P arrot will play from 5-9 p .m. Tuesday. Jim Mitchell will play from 5-9 p.m. W ednesday. Rustys is at 628 Glen Cheek Drive, Port C anaveral. F or more information,call (321) 7832033. Sand Dollar Bar: Kar aoke with Danno is every Friday and Saturday night at 8 p.m. The Sand Dollar is at 260 N. Orlando Ave ., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-0107. Siggys American Bar: The DJ dance party with Chris is at 8 p.m., with Fun Pipe playing at 9 p.m. Friday. The DJ Chris dance party is at 8 p.m., with L una Pearl playing at 9:30 p .m. Saturday. New Years Ev e party with Luna Pearl. S iggys is at 1153 Malabar R oad N.E., No. 1, Palm Bay. F or more information,call (321) 952-0104. Squid Lips Melbourne: I sland Breeze will play at 3 p.m., and Johnny D anger will play at 7 p.m. Fr iday. Coco Locoas will play at 2 p.m., and Walter J ay & The Texas Flood will play at 7 p.m. Saturday. Jo hnny Danger will play at 2 p.m. Sunday. Alex R odriguez will play at 6 p .m. Monday. Squid Lips is at 1477 Pineapple Ave., M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 259-3101. Tapps Pub Bistro: Kar aoke, bar bingo, DJ/video dance, music and trivia is from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. every Tuesday and Thursday. Friday features live music at 9 p.m. Tapps is at 4711 Babcock St. N.E., P alm Bay. F or more information,call (321) 952-2337. E ditors note: To have your venue listed in Club Scene,email your music schedules in monthly or 710 days in advance to brevnews@hometownnewsol.com, fax them to (321) 242-1281 or send in a website address.Thank you. MELBOURNE Its a little after 11 a.m. on a Tuesday morning, and Genna Pizza C ompany is already filled with customers. S ince taking over as the o wner of the Melbourne pizzeria earlier this year, entrepreneur and chef Charlie Mar chicas main goal was to make the best New York-style pizza in Brevard County. To put it simply, he has succeeded and the truth lies within the water. After three months of r esearch, Chef Marchica figured out a way to have actual N ew York water shipped to Genna Pizza Company. I t makes all of the difference (in taste), he said. Its an actual New York style pizza. W ith this new ingredient, Genna Pizza has created such an authentic New York-style pizza, it would seem as if it came straight from the big city itself. I t s the one key that makes it a New York pizza. Its the icing on the cake, Chef Mar chica continued. I was able to find it for the right price, so my customers wouldnt have to pay for it. Along with the water, Genna Pizza Company is slowly evolving its menu to include fresh New York Italian bread and a variety of pies, including a buffalo chicken pizza, a Philly cheesesteak pizza, a salad pizza and a chicken cordon bleu pizza. Genna will also start serving new clubs, BLTs and subs made with fresh Italian bread, which Chef Marchica said is unlike anything else in the area. F amiliar favorites will also r emain on the menu, such as cheese, supreme and the four seasons-style pizza, that offers diners an experience of a variety of Italian toppings into one delicious blend. When Chef Marchica took ov er the restaurant with his wife, Jeanine, the Long Island native gutted everything from the former restaurant changing the inside and all of the recipes to his liking to make for a better dining exper ience. I buy premium ingredients for everything, and everything is made here in-house, he said. My family is Italian on both sides. I had a guy form S icily teach me how to make my dough, so I love Italian. And his love for Italian cuisine is conveyed through his food, with delicious pastas that are sure to satisfy the biggest critic, including a spaghetti, with meatballs, entre, a baked ziti entre and a chicken Alfredo, made with fresh ingredients. F ollowing dinner, customers can select from a variety of delicious deserts, such as a homemade cannoli, tiramisu and a good-ol fashioned cheesecake. At the end of the day, what r eally separates Genna Pizza C ompany from other restaur ants in the county is its commitment to providing top quality food for low prices. I understand that people dont want to spend a lot of money for dinner, Chef Mar chica said. I dont mind taking less on my end and giving my customers a real pizza for a decent price. Genna Pizza Company is located at 4301 N. Wickham R oad in Melbourne and is open seven days a week. H ours of operation are Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Sa turday from 11 a.m. to 10 p .m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. D elivery is free, with no minimum charge. F or more information,call (321) 242-3003 or visit www.pizza4dinner.com. F riday, December 27, 2013 B2 MelbourneHometown News Homemade pasta with a fresh salad, FRE Edr aft beer, wine or soft drink $6.95 18 Pizza $7.99 eat in or take out Ladies Night 4pm-9pm Buy 1 Dinner, Get 1 FREE of same or lesser value BabyBacks with two choice sides 1 /2 rack $6.95 | Fullrack $10.95 18 Pizza $7.99 eat in or take out Whole Maine 1-1/4 lb Lobster with 2 sides Fresh Corn on the Cob & Homemade Cole Slaw $14.95 080112 T ry KennyDs Famous Stone Oven Pizza Free DeliveryD INNER SPECIALS 4-9 PM D INNER SPECIALS 4-9 PMVISITORCALLFORFURTHER INFORMATION: VISITORCALLFORFURTHER INFORMATION:These are National Tribute Bands that perform just like the originals ... note for note.T ickets On Sale at T icketRiver.com or K ennyDs box office.www .KENNYDSGRILL.COM 4 711B ABCOCKSTREET PALMBAY321-724-9462SATURDAY NIGHTS EVERYSUNDAY:$2DRAFTS$1 .50P IZZAJourney December 28 Elvis New Years Eve Nick Clemons Band January 4 Sounds of Asbury P ark, Son of Clarence Clemons of Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band RUSHJanuary 11 Guns & Roses -January 17 T om Jones January 18 8 pm Elton John January 18 9:30 pm AC /DC Shoot to Thrill January 25 Dean Martin February 8 Marilyn Monroe Valentines Day February 14 NeilDiamond -February 15 Bon Jovi February 22 Y ou Dont Want to Miss Kenny DsNEW YEARSEVEGALA!$10 NOW or $20 at the Door!Admission Includes:Noisemakers Champagne Toast Balloon Drop (Lots of Prizes) All You Can Eat Hot/Cold Buffet AND...ANELVISTRIBUTEwith #1 Impersonator Ted TorresCALLFORRESERVATIONS!FRE EL IM OS ER VICEONNEWYEARSEVEWITH 4 ORMOREPATRONS W atchYour Fav orite Sports on Over 50 TVs! 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DINING & ENTERTAINMENTPizza eatery introduces New Y ork water to create better pizzas By Chris Fishcfish@hometo wnne wsol.com SceneF rom page B1Photo courtesy of Charlie MarchicaDelicious pepperoni pizza is one of the specialties cooked to order at Genna Pizza Comapny in Melbourne.

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P astel painting classes at the Art Gallery of VieraLearn how to master pastels and pastel pencils to create beautiful paintings. Whether you are painting a portrait, landscape, still life, abstract or any other subject matter, you will learn how to make color choices, achieve different textures and forms, how to layer and blend and drawing basics if needed. These classes are ongoing and designed for personalized attention for all levels, beginners through advanced. S upplies are not needed for the first class. A supply list will be provided for those who want to continue the classes. The classes will be at the Art Gallery of Viera, 2261 To wn Center Ave., Suite 101, Viera, Tuesdays from 6-8 p.m. and Sundays from 10 a.m. to noon. The fee is $20 per class or $75 for four classes. C ontact Deb Pettigrew for registration, at dpettigrew@cfl.rr.com (321) 7491153 or www.pastelsbydeb.com. F or more information, visit www.artgalleryofviera.com or call (321) 504-4343.Annual Holiday Craft ShowThe Fifth Avenue Art G allery is once again the place to shop for economical, handmade in America, one-of-a-kind holiday gifts. This year, they have added many more unique handmade crafts, both functional and decorative, from the countrys best artisans. There is blown glass, handmade dolls and books, pottery, unique Christmas ornaments, jewelry and more. It is a fabulous place to get all your holiday shopping done, with unique gifts to please the pickiest person, in all price ranges. P eople come back year after year for ornaments. F or more than 30 years, the Fifth Avenue Art Gallery has been known for the best in handcrafted gifts for y our friend and family. The Fifth Avenue Art G allery is artist owned and operated and is located in the Eau Gallie Arts District of Melbourne, across the street from the Foosaner Art Museum. The show runs through Dec. 31. The gallery telephone number is (321) 259-8261. V isit the gallery online at www.fifthavenueartgallery.com and on Facebook.Florida porcelain artists at the King CenterA collection of unique, hand-painted porcelain and kiln-fired art from members of the Florida Por celain Artists will be on display at the Harris G allery in the Maxwell C. K ing Center lobby now through Jan. 5. This exhibit may be viewed by ticketed patrons attending King Center main stage performances. All of the artwork will be available for purchase. The King Center for the Per forming Arts at Eastern F lorida State College is at 3865 N. Wickham Road, M elbourne. F or more information or tickets for performances, call (321) 242-2219 or visit www.kingcenter.com.Loc al artist wins First Place at showM elbourne artist, Nancy D illen, recently traveled to P hoenix to attend the opening of the "Animal O ther" exhibit at the Shemer Art Center and Museum. Only two awards were given. Ms. Dillens Ready to P lay? won first place. Cur ator Ally Glowacki asked if there is a point where animal ends and human begins. S he said that Ready to P lay? epitomized the essence of the concept of shows theme. The Shemer Art Center and Museum is located at 500 E. Camelback, Phoenix, Ariz.Shades of Blue art showS hades of Blue is the name of the first show of the New Year at the Fifth Av enue Art Gallery. Over the centuries artists have been intrigued by the color blue, oftentimes painting with the color as part of the painting, or painting the color blue as the painting or painting the emotion 'blue'. The gallery members will present their takes on the subject in various mediums. The exhibit runs from J an. 6 through Jan. 26. The Fifth Avenue Art G allery, a premier member gallery in Brevard County, was established in 1975. It is artist owned and operated. The gallery is located in EGAD, the Eau Gallie Arts D istrict of Melbourne, across the street from the F oosaner Art Museum. F or more information, call (321) 259-8261or visit www.fifthavenueartgallery.com.'Of Artists and F riends'Local digital artist and creative director at Art G allery of Viera, Jerry H anzl, is hosting his first group art show. 'Of Artists and Friends' will be on display in the Harris Corporation Art Gallery at the King C enter for the Performing Arts, from Jan. 6 through Fe b. 9. This fine art show will be a blend of art and artists from across Brevard and will feature painting, drawing, photography, digital art, metal works, silk and stained glass. The four other directors from Art G allery of Viera, Jeanette Dr ake, Helen Wheatley, R ebecca Gomme and J S usan Cole Stone, will be showing their finest, along with several artists showing in a major venue for the first time, including David Cr uey, Laura Kucheryson and Ellen Chaput. Sloan K eats, the winner of this y ear's Brush with Success competition at the gallery, and Stephen Lamazzo from Off Center Art Center are a few of many other invited guest artists. Check out the calendar of events at www.kingcenter.com and enjoy a performance in J anuary at Brevard's finest venue. Then visit the gallery for an eclectic view of our local art scene as curated by Jerry Hanzl. J erry's own art is highly surrealistic and can be expressed as 'Painting with photography on a digital canvas'. See more of his fantasy artwork on his website www.digitalartbyjerry.com. All Florida acrylic paintingsM eike Aton is exhibiting her All Florida acrylic paintings at Melbourne B each Library, Ocean Ave. through Jan. 4. Library hours are 9-5 p .m. Monday through Saturday and until 8 p.m. T uesdays and Thursdays. A dditionally, Meike's art can be viewed and purchased at Cocoa Beach C ountry Club, M&M Jewelers on 1304 S. Patrick Dr ive, in Satellite Beach, M erritt Island Jewelers on 509 N. Courtney Parkway, M erritt Island, First Friday Eau Gallie and other upcoming shows. Classes start Jan. 21 at I ndian Harbour Beach C ommunity Center. F or more information, call (417) 343-3481 or visit www.meikeaton.com.Shipley fine art showP hyllis Shipley welcomes y ou to a solo exhibit to view her acrylic and watercolor paintings at Palm Bay Library through the month of January. Her inner vision paintings bring expressions of fun, strength, gentleness, beauty, lots of color and even "what is she thinking!" "I moved to this beautiful area several years ago from Tennessee where I had a gallery and participated in many art shows and gallery shows throughout the USA. After being away from the "art world" for awhile, I am excited to be participating in the art community again and meeting all the creative and accomplished artists in this area". S he has paintings at The M ango Tree Restaurant in C ocoa Beach, Jan's Frame in Cocoa Village, along with Melbourne International Airport, Grey Robinson Law Firm and other participating companies throughout the area with the Brevard Cultural Alliance art program. F or more information, email pfineart@yahoo.com. S he enjoys painting watercolors, acrylics and murals as commissions as well as her free spirit inner vision paintings. Visit her website phyllisshipleyfineart.com. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, December 27, 2013 Melbourne B3 3369 Sarno Road, Melbourne, FL32934(321) 752-8805Open 7 Days 9:00am-2:00am Over 25,000 VideosLargest Selection of Love Toys, Lingerie & V ideos, Anywher e !! 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State parks win gold medalF lorida Gov. Rick Scott r ecently announced that F lorida State Parks are now the nations only three-time winner of the National Gold M edal Award for Excellence in the management of state park systems. The award was presented during the National Recreation and Park Associations Annual Congress and Exposition in Houston. The Association, in partnership with the American Academy for Park and Recreation A dministration, presents the award to communities that demonstrate excellence in long-range planning, r esource management and administrating a complex system of state parks. This achievement makes F lorida the only system in the nation to win a third Gold M edal award. In fact, no other system has ever won two Gold M edal awards. S ince 1935, Floridas Park Ser vice have been working to provide recreational activities for the community, while preserving, protecting, interpreting and restoring natural r esources in the area. Fo r more information about the Gold Medal Awards,visit www.nrpa.org/awards or www.aapra.org.Health First NewFit earns accreditationH ealth First NewFit has announced it has earned national accreditation from the American College of Surgeons. Health First NewFit has been accredited as a Level 1 facility under the Bariatric Sur gery Center Network A ccreditation Program of the A CS. To earn the accreditation, H ealth First NewFit met the essential criteria that ensure its ability to support a bariatric surgical care program and the institutional performance requirements outlined by the BSCN Accreditation Standards. In the United States, more than 15 million people suffer from severe obesity, and the numbers continue to increase. Obesity increases the risks of morbidity and mortality because of the diseases and conditions that are commonly associated with it, such as T ype II diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular disease, among other health r isks. At the present time, weightloss surgery provides the only effective, lasting relief from severe obesity. Therefore, the ACS believes it is of utmost importance to extend its quality initiatives to accrediting bariatric surgery centers so that it can assist the public in identifying those facilities that provide optimal surgical care for patients who undergo this surgical procedure. Fo r more information about He alth First NewFit,visit www.newfitnewlife.com.Where your donation dollars goR unning a nonprofit foundation/museum in this day and age has its challenges. M eeting mission and goals r equires revenue and as is only one salaried employee for the museum. The bulk of the funds go to the operational expenses, such as rent, electricity, office supplies etc. This enables the museum to maintain educational exhibits and provide school field trips and group-guided tours lectures, demonstrations and hands-on exhibits for interactive learning. Fo r more information,contact Karan Conklin at the S pace Walk of Fame Museum at (321) 264-0434 or email info@spacewalkoffame.com. Pr oceeds will benefit the U.S. Space Walk of Fame M useum, located at 4 Main S t., in Downtown Titusville. Launch consoles are located at the Space Walk of Fame M useum in downtown T itusville. These consoles launched A tlas/Centaur rockets for more than 40 years and are now on display in the museum. The Space Walk of Fame M useum is a hands-on museum. Visitors can flip switches that turn on and off systems to the various control panels, just like the engineers who launched the rockets. The gift shop is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. B ecome a member of the S pace Walk of Fame!A resource to help clarify Medicare insurance optionsThere are more Medicare insurance options than ever before, and navigating through the information can be time consuming and confusing. To help people find the r ight plan for them, Wuesthoff H ealth System has launched a free Medicare Insurance H elpline at (855) 256-1505. The new helpline, serviced by M edicare Compare USA, is staffed by licensed Medicare insurance specialists, who provide unbiased assistance. R epresentatives are also available to assist in the enrollment process and answer Medicare-related questions. All helpline services are provided at no cost, as M edicare Compare USA is compensated by the plan chosen by the Medicare beneficiary. F or more information about the services offered by M edicare Compare USA, contact Chuck Chaput, EVP Marketing at (360) 201-0261 or at chuck.chaput@medicarecompareusa.com. Fo r more information about W uesthoff Health System,visit www.Wuesthoff.com. MELBOURNE Eastern F lorida State College closed the fall semester with yet another milestone for the blossoming school. On Thursday, Dec. 19, the first graduating class from Eastern Florida State College accepted their diplomas at two fall commencement ceremonies, after hearing a call from college president Dr. Jim Richey to become role models. For merly known as Breva rd C ommunity College, the school changed its name to Eastern Florida S tate College on July 1 a change that reflected the colleges expanding mission to offer four-year bachelors degrees. C urrently, Eastern Florida offers two bachelor degree programs Business and H ealth Care and Information Technologies. The college plans to offer another eight bachelors degrees, which are scheduled to start in August 2014, pending approval from the Florida Department of Education. Eastern Florida State College still continues to offer its traditional curriculum of more than 100 two-year degrees and certificate programs. N early 2,000 students we re eligible to walk across the King Center for the Performing Arts stage at the colleges Melbourne campus. Of the 2,000 students eligible to attend the commencement ceremonies, an estimated 1,200 received degrees for the fall term, while another 800 received their degrees at the end of the summer term in August, when no ceremony was held. D uring your time here, y ou explored your potential. You took steps to achieve your dreams and y ou leave here today, confident that you are on the ro ad to a successful life, Dr Richey told the inaugur al graduates. Like your parents, family members and friends, Im extremely proud of you. I have great confidence in what the future holds, knowing the personal qualities that brought you to this wonderful moment will guide y ou in the years ahead. F or more information visit www.easternflorida.edu. F riday, December 27, 2013 B4 MelbourneHometown News 080472 3016 West New Haven Ave. West Melbourne 725-6855 Pick 2 -Beef Philly, Chicken Philly orFrench Dip w/au jus$12.99with purchase of 2 drinks Happy Holidays from Ethel &F reds 080470 MELBOURNEMONEYSAVERS 080467 273 N. Babcock St. Melbourne 751-2990Buy 1 Entree, Get 2nd atHALFPRICE!Of equal or lesser value. 080468Holiday Special$499puppies!(while they last) Plus 30 different breeds to choose from, large and small!$25 OFFany puppy Pets Around The World3260 W. New Haven Ave., Melbourne914-0881 080469 Holiday decorations and presents are pretty and very inviting, especially to our pets. T his is where the old saying look, but dont touchis very true. The tinsel, ornaments, and lights are shiny and attractive, and your pet doesnt know theyre not supposed to chew on them. Ifthey do get a hold of these and ingest them, it can cause serious injury to the intestines, the mouth, the throat and a trip to the emergency r oom. Check the electrical wiring for any fraying or signs ofchewing. It is best to use a grounded three-prong extension cord for safety. Many ofthe beautiful plants that we put out at this time of year are also dangerous. Pine needles, holly and poinsettias can cause mouth irritation, diarrhea, and vomiting. Mistletoe can also cause these symptoms, along with difficulty breathing, hallucinations and ev en death. Keep these and holiday decorations away from y our pets and everyone will have a wonderful and happy season. Contact your v eterinarian for further help and guidance.080462T ails from the Vet Dr. Michael Ponte Dr. Michael Ponte (321) 254-1754 www.sarnoanimalhospital.com 080343The small store with Big Savings!AURORADISCOUNTGROCERY2555 Aurora Rd Melbourne610-1000 All at discount prices!T ams Treats &Homemade GoodiesAURORADISCOUNTGROCERY New Years Savings! Now Accepting EBT 080347Italy ItalyLUNCH SPECIAL Since 1987Small 3-Topping Pizza, 1 Trip to Salad Bar & Beverage1 934 N. 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held in March. T he flight is $175 per person; call the Museum gift shop for details at (321) 268-1941.Melbourne Civic Theatres 201314 Season There Goes the Bride by Ray Cooney and John Chapman: Jan. 17 (2014) through Feb. 23. Grand Hotel the Musical by Luther Davis, Robert Wright, George F orrest and Maury Yeston: March 21 through April 23. Night of the Iguana by T ennessee Williams: May 16 through June 22. T he Melbourne Civic Theatre is at LeGallerie Plaza, 817 E. Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne. T icket costs: Flex Pass Adult: $115, Senior/Military/Student $105 (five shows Christmas show not included in Flex P ass), plus a $2 credit card service charge. F or more information or tickets, call (321) 723-6935, email info@mymct.org or visit www.mymct.org.King Center musical lineupT he King Center for the Pe r forming Arts at 3865 N. W ickham Road, in Melbourne, has announced its season music lineup. T ickets are on sale now for a variety of music, dance and holiday entertainment coming your way at the King Center. Jackie Evancho: Sunday, Jan. 5, 7 p.m. Peking Acrobats: T uesday, March 18, at 7 p.m. Single Tickets may be purchased by visiting kingcenter.com or by calling the King Center Ticket Office at (321) 2 42-2219. Ticket office hours are Monday through Friday, By now we have all opened those gifts and found either gold or coal. Today one of the most popular gifts is a simple gift card. This allows you to use the funds on the card for whatever you want. Unless its for a specific store or restaurant. So y our conundrum may be deciding which golf clubs y ou want to spend that money on. Are todays clubs worth the investment? One of the fortunate perks of my job is being able to test and r eview the latest in golf equipment technology. My bag usually has an extra club or three, or an extra sleeve of new balls to try out and then report my findings back to the manufacturer. M any of my golf buddies get to try the clubs as I need input from more than just one person. The question I find myself asked most often by my fellow golfers is Does the technology really change that much from year to year to warrant me spending money on new clubs? It s a good question. When most of us are watching every nickel and dime, spending a few hundred dollars on that new driver or even more on new irons may be difficult to justify. Especially if your spouse or partner doesnt play golf. W ith the size limits on drivers set at a maximum of 460cc, manufacturers have taken to putting as much technology as possible into that space. They now use exotic materials and move w eight around to put it to better use. They have also made it so that we can make adjustments ourselves to our drivers. We can set the loft, open or close the face, and more. Dr ivers no longer have grooves on the face. They have etching that resembles grooves. This allows the face to be made thinner, with less chance of breakage. The thinner face is livelier, producing more ball speed and the weight savings allows designers to put that w eight in places where it will help you hit the ball straighter. The result is a driver that is easier to hit farther and straighter than those from a few years ago. The biggest leaps in clubs have come in the manufacturing process. Companies use CNC milling to make the faces of irons perfectly flat. They use lasers to cut the grooves to NASA-like precision. W ith todays technology, its possible to build irons with multiple materials instead of just steel. Titanium has a 42 percent lighter density than steel, while tungsten is twice as heavy. U sing these materials allows designers to move weight to places that help optimize the center of gravity on the club. The lower and deeper they can place the COG, the higher and straighter the ball launches. T odays irons are all strong-lofted. The loft of y our new pitching wedge may be closer to what you had in your 9 or 8-iron years back. However, by using different materials in the head and moving the COG, they keep the same trajectory of the old iron, but with greater distance. Imagine a ball coming off the face of yo ur 8-iron with the same high trajectory, but with 6iron speed. You get a shot that drops softly, while traveling farther. C asting processes have come a long way, too. C ompanies have the ability to cast faces less than two millimeters thick. Designers then use that weight savings to increase perimeter w eighting, improving forgiveness. M ost important is that the ability to cast this technology and design improves mass production and lowers costs, giving us a more affordable club with stateof-the-art technology. At one time all forged clubs were muscle-backs with little forgiveness, making them difficult for r ecreational golfers to play and enjoy. With CNC milling machines and lasers, designers can now carve portions from the forged heads giving them the same perimeter weighting once found only in cast clubs. C omputer simulators also play a role in measuring the drag forces of a design as it goes through the grass. This allows designers to adjust the sole of the iron to optimize how it reacts when it strikes the ground and then adjust their design to make the club more efficient for its target audience. We all want feel in our clubs. It usually tells us how w ell or poorly we struck a shot. Designers are now able to measure the sound waves emitted by a club as it strikes a ball at various points on the face. Engineers then design and implement dampening inserts and stiffening ribs to make the club sound and feel better. We v e come a long way in terms of how well and how advanced we build golf equipment. If you have a few holiday bucks to spend on equipment, rest assured that it will be a good investment. Ja mes Stammer has been an avid golfer and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years.He hosts the Thursday N ight Golf Show on WSTU 1450-AM.Contact him at stammergolf@yahoo.com. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, December 27, 2013 Melbourne B5 080471 080216 080348CROTONCUTS14 78 Aurora Road Melbourne (321)242-6001pick and go (long hair extra)$35*must present couponPermanentWaveFull Service Salon with the Best Prices inTown! 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 080218Surgery, 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 Mention this ad for20%OFFyour event! 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noon to 4 p.m. Closed Saturday and Sunday. T icket/hotel packages are available by calling (321) 4335824.Argentine tango offered on beachsideArgentine-inspired tango is offered free every Sunday at the Neptune Bar & Grill, 1462 Highway A1A, Satellite Beach from 6-8:30 p.m. T his is free Argentine and American dance with Walter and Barbara. Come out and listen to the dance tunes of Buenos Aires and practice your tango steps, all along an intimate dance floor. Happy hour is from 5-7 p.m. daily. F ree dance in December, starts at 6 p.m. The venue is rounded off with live entertainment, featuring Dolores and Guillermo from Buenos Aires, with live guitar and dance performance of tango salon, milonga and waltz. Now through Jan. 5, Walter and Barbara will be hosting the milonga, while Dolores and Guillermo are on tour in Europe. F or more information, call (321) 622-6780 and visit Fa cebook at porunacabezamilonga.A Classic Christmas Animated Holiday Light ShowT he Port Canaveral Association, a not-for-profit in Port Canaveral, whose mission is to promote commercial familyoriented development in Port Canaveral through special events and marketing, has announced the Port Canaveral A Classic Christmas Animated Holiday Light Show Extravaganza. T his is a unique free event that is totally family oriented, will feature children talking reindeer, Santa, vendors and more. (Glen Cheek Drive). T he extravaganza will be hosted through Jan. 5 from 6-11 p.m. nightly in the Cove at Port Canaveral on Glen Cheek Drive. T he event will be collecting coats and jackets for Brevard homeless students. Please donate! F or more information, visit www.VisitPortCanaveral.com.Screening of Downton Abbey before it airs on TVT he King Center for the Per forming Arts and WUCF TV, Central Floridas PBS station are hosting a free screening of the first hour of Season 4 British drama Downton Abbey before it airs Jan. 5 on television stations around the country. F ans can enjoy the first hour of Season 4 at a free premiere on Monday, Dec. 16, at the King Center for the Performing Arts in Melbourne. This event is open to the public at 6:30 p.m. Guests are encouraged to arrive early for best-available seating, and dress as their favorite Downton Abbey character or in period attire for the events. Season 4 Downton Abbey premieres at 9 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 5, on WUCF TV and airs over eight Sundays through Feb. 23. T he most-watched drama in PBS history enters its fourth season with the whole world waiting to learn how beloved characters deal with a shocking tragedy. All who tuned in last season know that Matthew Crawley heir to Downton Abbey, husband to Lady Mary and brand-new father to a baby boy and successor lies dead on a country road next to his overturned roadster. On top of this, the family is still grieving over the death in childbirth of Sybil, Marys youngest sister, who also left a baby behind. Season 4 opens six months later during the 1920s. The acclaimed ensemble is back together with returning guest star Academy Award-winner Shirley MacLaine and new guest star Paul Giamatti. Also joining the cast this season are Harriet Walter, Gary Carr, Joanna David and Tom Cullen. V iewership and social media buzz have been soaring since the series launched in January 2 011. Season 3 reached a record 24.1 million viewers, more than any other drama in the history of PBS, and the season had the highest Twitter buzz ever for public television. W ritten and created by Julian F ellowes, Downton Abbey Season 4 is a Carnival/MASTERPIE CE Co-Production. T he series many accolades include nine Emmys, two Golden Globes and a coveted Screen Actors Guild Award for the ensemble cast. F or more information, visit http://www.59e59.org/moreinfo.php?showid=137 or visit squonkopera.org or www.facebook.com/squonkoperdrummer.V endors, restaurants needed for K ey Lime Pie FestivalT he Florida Key Lime Pie Company will be presenting the Third Annual Florida Key Lime Pie Festival at 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 18. T he Festival will be held at Kiwanis Island Park, 951 Kiwanis Island Park Road, Merritt Island, and will be emceed by Brighthouse Channel 13s entertainment reporter/news anchor Allison W alker. T his years theme is Fresh from Florida, and the event will feature Floridas state chef and culinary ambassador, along with a diversity of the Space Coasts most savored and well respected restaurants, showcasing dishes reflecting their chefs unique culinary flare, utilizing an infusion and presentation of Floridas infamous citrus favorite, the Key Lime. T he Florida Key Lime Pie Company will be sponsoring Floridas Miss Florida Key Lime Pie Contest, as well as the companys ever-popular Florida K ey Lime Pie Eating Contest. T he event will also feature a K ey Lime Chiliheads Hot Sauce Competition and The Best of Floridas Bartenders Key Lime Pie Martini and Key Lime Pie Margarita Challenge. T he highlight of this years event is The Florida Key Lime Pie Company will be creating the Worlds Largest Key Lime Pie and hosting a Key Lime Pie W restling Contest. F or more information, visit the festivals website at www.floridakeylimepiefestival.c om. T he cost for adults to attend is $10 for children 5-12 $5 and children 4 and younger are free. F riday, December 27, 2013 B6 MelbourneHometown News 080485 Children Welcome Veneers Whitening Root Canals Crowns TMJDisorder One-Visit Restorations Dental Emergencies Seen Promptly Cosmetic Dentistry Dentures Implant RestorationsMon-Tue-Thu 7:30-5:30 Wed 12:30-7:30John T. Bailey, DMDServing Brevard For 28 Years723-0938917 S. Wickham Rd. W. Melbourne 32904Comprehensive Evaluation Quality Work at a Quality PriceAny patient and any other person responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or be reimbursed for 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. 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Emotions evoke images for artistMELBOURNE If you click on local artist Linda D. Neal's website, there, at the top of the page, is a watercolor image of an old, rusted pickup truck. The truck sits abandoned in a field of weeds, draped in moss; its doors are left ajar, and its windshield is cracked and broken. "I t' s a workhorse of a truck. I imagine it was put to good use at one time," Ms. Neal said. "But now, it's old, abused and put out to pasture." Ms. Neal said her inspiration for the work came from personal exper ience. "I had lost my husband and my parents all in the same year. I guess I really identified with that truck at the time," she said. S he may not be the only person who can identify with that truck. A retired insurance agent and accomplished silhouette artist, Ms. N eal now spends much of her time at her Eau Gallie studio, Cottage Art and Frame, where she paints and teaches watercolor classes. "I t' s really been therapeutic," she said. "I've met a lot of friends through this, and you start to realize that all of us have something to overcome in life." Ms. Neal enjoys painting watercolors, but her art career spans back decades. Originally from Oklahoma, she started as a portrait artist, then, on somewhat of a whim, began cutting silhouettes. S he was participating in a living history reenactment of the Oklahoma Land Run of 1893, and organizers were looking for something to add flavor to the event. MELBOURNE V ol. 10, No. 23 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Dec. 27, 2013 Adjustable PantryPULL OUT SHELVES LIFETIME W ARRANTYCustom Made for New or Existing Cabinets & Pantries € Organize Storage € Convenience € Holds 100lbs. 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F or more information, please call the Eau Gallie Civic Center at (321) 2554608. Holidays in Space: K ennedy Space Center Visitor Complex celebrates the third annual "Holidays in S pace." The Visitor Complex will be adorned with a stunning array of holiday decorations, host daily visits and storytelling with Santa and Mrs. Claus (through Dec. 24), and spark the imagination with the new "Through the Toy Box: An Out-of-thisWo rld Collection," featuring toys, both vintage and contemporary, inspired by outer space. From ray guns and space ships to coin banks and cosmic action figures, Through the Toy Box: An O ut-of-this-World Collection" represents mankind's fascination with space over the last 100 years in the form of toys. F or more information,visit kennedyspacecenter.com.TH ROUGH JA N UARY 31 Teen authors of Brevard: The Creative Arts Foundation of Brevard is seeking entries for Teen Authors of Br evard. They are searching for those who have a way with the written word,' for a short story competition. A pplication deadline is J an. 31, 2014. F or more information,visit www.cafob.org.Community calendarSee CALENDAR, A5Linda D.Neal's work on display this month By Deb AlbertoF or Hometown News See ARTIST, A4 On the fire truckPhoto by Paul LepinskieKaylee Eddleman, 5, of West Melbourne sits on a firetruck commanded by her father Lieutenant Eddleman of the Brevard County Fire Rescue during the Family Christmas Extravaganza at Max K Rhodes Park Saturday, Dec. 21. The yearly event included Fire T rucks, Sheriff's Helicopter, cars and bomb squad along with bounce houses, face painting, climbing wall and Chagy the clown. The event was sponsored by The House church of Palm Bay and Brevard County Parks and Recreation. Brevard County's Y ear in ReviewBREVARD There was hardly a dull moment in 2013 for Space Coast residents. Fr om tragedy and mayhem to new beginnings and stories of success, there is much to look back on this year. He re 's a glimpse at some of the headline-grabbing events that helped shaped 2013. 10.Judge denies lawsuit against school board to halt school closures A Brevard County judge denied a lawsuit to half the closure of three local schools filed by the County Commissioners and T itusville City Council against the Brevard County School Board. The lawsuit was filed in an attempt to halt the closings of Gardendale Elementary on Merritt I sland, South Lake Elementary in Titusville and Clearlake Middle in C ocoa, which were all scheduled to close at the end of the 2012-13 school y ear, in an attempt to save $3 million of a $30 million budgetary woe for the district. E ighteenth Circuit Judge George Maxwell said the suit filed by the county and city did not meet the legal criteria necessary for a temporary injunction. The Brevard County Board of County Commissioners opted against appealing J udge Maxwell's ruling. 9.West Shore says goodbye'to beloved assistant principal On Friday, Aug. 2, Jim M elia, assistant principal of facilities at West Shore J unior/Senior High School, died unexpectedly of an apparent heart attack. H is death came just w eeks before the 2013-14 school year began. As assistant principal of facilities, Mr. Melia had a wide range of responsibilities, which included managing the facility, super-A countdown of the top 10 news stories of 2013See YEAR, A2Staff Report Local doctor gives the gift of sight for the holidays MELBOURNE James Mc M anus, M.D., is giving something very special away this holiday season. F or the second year in a ro w, Dr McManus, Board Ce r tified Ophthalmologist and Cataract Specialist at the Eye Institute for Medicine and Surgery, will be giving away the gift of sight to one lucky Brevard County resident. "P oor vision associated with cataracts can have a profound effect on all aspects of a person's life," he said. "It can prevent a person from working, from taking care of loved ones who depend on them or even performing daily activities that most of us take for granted." Dr McManus encourages r esidents, who may be experiencing vision loss due to cataracts or who may be uninsured and in need, to visit his website, www.thechristmascataract.com. On the website, an individual or a loved one can share a photo and their story, describing how vision loss has impacted their life and how they believe their life could improve, if their vision was restored. K endra Somberg, community outreach liaison for The Eye Institute, said that Dr McManus received more than 100 submissions. "D r. Mc M anus started this because he wanted to give back to the community that he loves," she said. What better way to give back than to give away an absolutely free visionr estoring surgery?" C ataracts are a clouding of the natural, clear lens inside the eye. Usually age r elated, cataracts may occur due to heredity, the presence of certain systematic illnesses, the use of certain medications, trauma and other factors. Dr McManus said that, for a period of time, changes in one's eyeglass prescription may improve vision to an acceptableRotary club supports local organizations BREVARD One group of students raised $2,500 for a local charitable organization in September to help it assist in its mission of protecting children from abuse and neglect. On Nov. 12, the Rotokids of Gemini Elementary presented Dr. Patricia Nellius-Guthrie, CEO of Breva rd F amily Partnership, with the $2,500 donation at a Melbourne Beach R otary Club meeting at S ands Restaurant. The Rotokids of Gemini Elementary is a school club sponsored by the M elbourne Beach Rotary Club, that provides an early introduction to R otary, while also providing an avenue for service in support of the community. The group of students r aised the funding at the Ic eman's Fall Festival by selling baked goods. The donation reflects an awareness of the importance of family to our community, and, also, an awareness that not all children have families," said Eric Smith, president of the Melbourne Beach R otary Club and board member for Brevard Family Partnership. Br evard Family Partnership is a grassroots, community directed program of local children welfare By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See DOCTOR, A4By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See ROTARY, A4"The donation reflects an awareness of the importance of family to our community, and, also, an awareness that not all children have families."Eric Smith President of the Melbourne Beach Rotary Club and b oard member for Brevard Family Partnership Dr. James McManus ENTERTAINMENTB1 IN DEXSWINGTIMECalendarB1 ClassifiedB6 Crossword B5 GolfB5 Horoscopes B1 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 V iewpoint A6 085929

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vising eight custodians and 30 teachers. Mr. Melia was also in charge of the master calendar for the school and ov ersaw the Athletics and A ctivities departments. "J im's reputation as the dean was feared by most, but loved by all," recalled Rick Fleming, principal of W est Shore and close friend of Mr. Melia. "The guy was a towering figure over 6 feet tall a true mountain of a man, with a heart as wide as Texas." 8.Parents rally to save closing schools In a last-ditch effort to r aise awareness for three public schools scheduled to close at the end of the 201213 school year, members of The Brevard Federation of T eachers and parents' group Save Brevard Public Schools rallied together on M onday, May 13 at the St. J ames AME Church in T itusville. The closure of the South Lake Elementary in T itusville, Clearlake Middle in Cocoa and Gardendale Elementary on Merritt I sland sparked criticism from the community, including claims of racial discrimination in the form of a lawsuit filed against the district by Orlando Civil Rights attorney Shayan Elahi. 7.Brevard residents on alert following string of I95 robberies Local law enforcement advised Space Coast residents living within close proximity to I-95 to be aware of an increase in home burglaries. R eports indicated that the suspects entered homes by breaking rear sliding glass doors and used pillowcases to haul stolen goods, such as jewelry, cash and firearms. Three men deputies believed to be a part of the pillowcase bandits" were eventually caught and charged with grand theft and burglary, with one suspect also being charged with aggravated burglary and fleeing and eluding police. 6.New institute designed to save the Indian River Lagoon Si nce the beginning of 2013, more than 70 dolphins inhabiting the Indian River Lagoon have died from an unspecified illness. In an effort to discover what is causing the deaths of wildlife in the lagoon, F lorida Tech executive vice president and chief operating officer T. Dwayne Mc C ay announced the establishment of the Indian River Lagoon Research I nstitute. The new institute is a collaboration of the university's scientists, engineers, coastal resource managers and educations, who will all work independently and with community organizations to improve and sustain the health of the lagoon. 5.EFSC fall term features first students to earn bachelor's degrees As students gathered at Eastern Florida State College on Monday, Aug. 19 for their first day of classes, some began their studies as the college's first students eligible to earn four-year bachelor's degrees. On July 1, Brevard Community College transitioned to Eastern Florida S tate College, expanding its r ole in the community, as w ell as offering bachelor's programs to its students for the first time. BREVARD While it's difficult to believe that another y ear is almost behind us, residents of Brevard County and beyond are looking forward to what 2014 has in store. We at H ometown News scoured the Space Coast this holiday season, asking some of the community's most influential people about their goals and resolutions for the new year. He re 's what they had to say: -"My personal New Year's R esolution for 2014 will be to live in the moment' in order to appreciate what I have that's good in my life and to worry less. I am grateful for my husband, kids, family and friends, my health, a great job, a lovely home and a sweet and funny dog. I will try to be kind always. I will tell the people in my life why I love them and do it often. I will let someone enter the line of traffic in front of me, even when I'm in a hurry. I will hold the door open for the next person. I will pay for the drink order of the person in the car behind me when I'm at Starbucks. I will find ways to make people smile, even if it's silly and small. My philosophy is simple life is good and it r eally is." Kathi Ridner, director at One Senior Place. -"My New Year's Resolution is to make the Space Coast the best, most vibrant community it can be by bringing innov ation, education and passion to our local economy. I will continue to work to attract new companies to add to our diverse business envir onment, while offering cuttingedge EDC programs, such as GO Contracts,' to solidify and advance Brevard's foundation of existing businesses. I will carry forward our efforts to develop a strong manufacturing workforce, capable of succeeding in the high-tech jobs we continue to r etain and recruit. And finally, I resolve to maintain the EDC's thorough, deliberate approach to strengthening the Space Coast's economy, as I look forward to a year of challenges, successes and growth." Lynda Weatherman, president and CEO of the Economic Development C ommission of Florida's S pace Coast. -"My hope is for the continued success of Eastern Florida S tate College and our students, as we continue to grow and offer more educational opportunities to residents in our community and region." John J. Gli sch, associate vice president of communication at Eastern Florida State College. -"After receiving my MBA from Webster University in J une of 2014, I am looking forward to utilizing the degree to r ealize my career and financial goals. I intend to combine scholarly learning with the hands-on experience I've gained at the Brevard Museum to continue to pursue my career. My specific goals at the Br evard Museum are to see the museum continue to be fully entrenched as a destination for school children to see and experience Florida's history and natural science, as a tourist attraction people continue to travel from all over the world to see and to raise awareness in the community of the museum as a local treasure." R achel Burri s, director of education and assistant director at the Brevard Museum of Natural History and Science. -"My resolution for 2014 is to work hard to get the land and proper z oning to open our no-kill domestic animal sanctuary, with the help of volunteers and very generous donors to save as many animals as possible. These wonderful and very adoptable animals are being put down at an alarming rate and we, as a community, are their only voice to save them." Katherine Johnson, president and founder of Fr iends for Animals Sanctuary, Inc. -"In 2014, I will be on time every morning for my exercise class at the S untree Y. I figure those few extra minutes every day will add up to a whole class every couple of weeks. Being on time has always been a challenge for me, so I hope no one at the gym is reading this." Joyce W ilden, Buzz Biz Public Relations -"I am resolving to find a way to individually see and acknowledge the hard work and dedication of all 243 employees of the Brevard C ounty Public Library System. The people at our 17 branch libraries, from Micco to Mims, provide great service, day in and day out, to Br evard patrons of all ages." J eff Thompson, Library Services Director, Brevard County. -Compiled by Chris Fish and Amanda Hatfield Anderson F riday, December 27, 2013 A2 MelbourneHometown News Dr. Denture080465€ 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. 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This year, the committee partnered with other community organizations, and, as a result, five events will take place during the sevenday holiday from Dec. 26 to J an. 1. Last year, which was our first year, we had two events, and now we have five," said organizer Patricia Davis. N ext year, they are shooting for seven one for each principle. There will be music and dance, and guest speakers, and each event will be focused on one of the seven principles," she said. K wanzaa, established in the early 1960s, is really about the children and about building community, while honoring their sacred r oots. The seven principles, developed by Maulana Ka re nga in 1963, are unity, self-determination, collective work and responsibility, cooperative economics, purpose, creativity and faith. Ka r enga, the creator of K wanzaa, is a professor and chair of Africana Studies at C alifornia State University, Long Beach. This year's partners include the South Brevard Chapter of the NAACP, Club Esteem and the Brevard Ca r ibbean American Sports & Cultural Association. Umoja: U nity Thursday, Dec. 26 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Melbourne/Palm Bay Delta Life Center; 805 E. Hopkins St., Melbourne Kujichagulia: S elfdetermination Fr iday, Dec. 27 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Brevard Ca r ibbean American S ports and Cultural Association; 1742 Harris Ave., S uite 6, Palm Bay Ujima: Co llective Wo rk and Responsibility S unday, Dec. 29 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the South Breva rd Br anch NAACP @ Be r ty's Restaurant, 2280 H arris Ave., Suite 1, Palm Bay Nia: P urpose M onday, Dec. 30 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Lipscomb Pa rk C ommunity Center Annex. (Club Esteem), 3316 S. Monroe St., Melbourne Imani: F aith W ednesday, Jan. 1 from 6:30 to 8 p.m.; Karamu F east at the M elbourne/Palm Bay D elta Life Center; 805 E. H opkins St., Melbourne All events are free. Mo re information can be found via the Nguzo Saba website at www.nguzosabacommittee.weebly.co m or by calling (321) 2151226.Celebratory dates and locationsBy Deb AlbertoF or Hometown News Photo courtesy of Patricia DavisThe Nguzo Saba,' or seven principles, Committee will host five events during the sevenday holiday celebration of Kwanzaa. The four-year degrees currently offered at EFSC are General Business Management and Health Care M anagement, with eight more tracks scheduled for A ugust 2014. 4.Special needs dance team lights up local, national stages The creativity and hard work of one Melbourne student has provided a unique opportunity for individuals with special needs throughout the community. Logan Morris, 18, founded the Dance Abilities team at Melbourne's Dance M ania All-Stars, a team comprised of dancers with a va r iety of special needs physical, emotional and learning ages 5 and older. While dancing at the Universal Dance Association's N ational Dance Team Championship, the Dance A bilities team members we re extended an invitation to perform at the national competition every year for free. 3.FWC investigating the deaths of more than 200 brown pelicans,80 manatees The Florida Fish and W ildlife Conservation Commission continued to investigate what caused the deaths of more than 200 pelicans and 80 manatees in Brevard County. R esearchers sent samples to the National Wildlife H ealth Center for testing to determine whether or not the cause of death is due to botulism. 2.Texting while driving ban confusing'to Brevard motorists On Oct. 1, Florida roadways became a little bit safer, as a texting, while driving, band went into effect. While the intentions of the "Florida ban on Texting While Driving Law" are clearly for the good of all who travel on Florida's r oads, it has been criticized, by some, as one of the w eakest bans in the nation. In order for a law enforcement officer to issue a ticket for texting while driving, the officer would have to stop a driver for another offense, such as careless driving. There are some exemptions to the law, however, which is why some critics say it may be too weak. These loopholes allow drivers to text while parked, stopped at a light or stuck in a traffic jam. Drivers can also use their phone to check maps, issue voice commands and listen to music or other online programming. 1.Agencies partner to r einforce school security The campuses of Eastern F lorida State College became a safer place for students thanks to a partnership between the school and the Brevard County S herriff's Office. The new safety measures we re one part of a review of all EFSC, formerly Brevard C ommunity College, operations that college president Dr Jim Richey put in place when he became president in early 2012. S teps included opening police substations on the four EFSC campuses; conducting comprehensive security reviews of each campus; integrating the college's emergency response plan with the Sheriff's Office and municipal police and fire departments; leading coordinated crisisr esponse training exercises with college officials; offering crime awareness training for new EFSC students, as well as current students, faculty and staff; and developing awareness programs at each campus for Brevard r esidents, which will provide valuable crime prevention information. -Compiled by Chris Fish and Amanda Hatfield A ndersonY earF rom page A2 File photoOn July 1, Brevard Community College became Eastern Florida State College, as the college began to offer students four-year bachelor's degree programs.

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F riday, December 27, 2013 A4 MelbourneHometown News DISCONTINUEDITEMS € LIMITEDQUANTITIES OVERSTOCK€ ONE-OF-A-KINDS YEARENDSALEGetting Ready &Making Room For New Products!YEARENDSALEDiscountEquals Sales Tax!INCREDIBLESALESEVENT!Locally Owned and Operated for Over 35 Yearswww.gallery.la-z-boy.com/brevard*Product shown is representation of stock.Selection may vary.3710 North U.S.1 Cocoa (321) 639-3010Mon-Sat 10am 7pm Sun Noon 5pm3451 W.New Haven Ave. W est Melbourne (321) 725-5461Mon-Sat 9am 8pm Sun Noon 5pm V AIL Recliner CONNER ReclinerAfter Discount$28189 $28189 CLARK Sofa REX SectionalAfter Discount$79899 $79899 After Discount$37599 $37599 LANCER ReclinerAfter Discount$46999 $46999 After Discount$177472 $177472071140 042786 086096 systems. Geo Ropert, director of communications for Breva rd F amily Partnership, said the donation made by the Rotokids comes in a time of need for the organization. The generous donation to (BFP) comes at a critical time in terms of helping us fill gaps in funding, so that we can provide all families in our system of care with the programs, counseling, therapy and other services critical to keeping their children safe," he said. "We appreciate the support that MB Rotary has provided us and hope that their acts of kindness will inspire other to consider Brevard's abused and neglected children and how they can help." Established in 2003, the organization serves as a r esponse to the Florida legislative mandate to privatize foster care and related services. The agency was awarded a contract by the Florida D epartment of ChildrenRotaryF rom page A1 Photo courtesy of Melbourne Beach Rotary ClubThe Rotokids of Gemini Elementary, a branch of the Melbourne Beach Rotary club, donated a check for $2,500 to Dr. Patricia Nellius of Brevard Family Partnership to support its cause of helping abused and neglected children in Brevard County.and Families to manage Br evard County's child-welfare system. Br evard Family Partnership and its community partners provide child abuse prevention, foster care support, adoption, independent living and community outreach services to the children and families of Brevard County. Mr. Smith said that the M elbourne Beach Rotary Club also works with many other local charities, such as the Brevard Sharing Center and the Genesis House. level; however, once a cataract progresses past a certain point, vision and a person's ability to do the most basic things begin to be compromised, leading surgery being the only viable alternative. "B re va rd C ounty is a wonderful place to live, to raise a family and to practice medicine," he said. "I want to give back to the community that has been so good to my family and me." Dr McManus said that he will review all the entries and carefully determine the individual most likely to benefit from cataract surgery, and that he hopes to make this gift an annual tradition. The deadline for submissions is the end of December, and a winner will be chosen by early January. F or more information, visit www.thechristmascataract.com. DoctorF rom page A1 "P ortraits wouldn't work at this type of event, so I did a little research on silhouettes and tried my hand at it." Sh e' d never cut a silhouette until the day of the event, and it was then that she realized she had a special talent for it. Dr essed in period costume, she sold the silhouettes for $2 each, and the children in attendance dubbed her "The Silhouette Lady." Sh e' s raised her prices a little since 1990 to $15 per silhouette, with a $5 charge for duplicates, which seems r easonable, considering she's now an award-winning silhouette artist. Ms. Neal's watercolors will be on display at The Art and Antique Studio at 1419 H ighland Ave. in the Eau G allie Arts District, beginning Jan. 3. The artist will be present for the First Friday Art Walk, J an. 3, where she will be sitting in her favorite rocking chair, cutting personalized silhouettes. A watercolor of the rocking chair, along with her other works, will be on display for the remainder of the month. F or a preview of her work, visit www.LindaDNeal.com.ArtistF rom page A1Linda Neal will be the January featured artist of the month for the Art and Antique Studio and Gallery. Photo courtesy of Art and Antique Studio and Gallery

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, December 27, 2013 Melbourne A5 080038New Years EveT uesday, December 31~ 8pmC ash Bar$89paid by 12/20 or $99night ofper person plus tax~ OR ~OPEN Bar$125paid by 12/20 or $140night ofper person plus tax includes 4 hours premium barChampagne Toast Balloon DropRESERVATIONS:321.504.7776x2Tr adewinds Restaurant7 032 Stadium Pkwy, Viera, FLNew Years EveParty featuring cuisine from world famous destinations! Dancing til after the clock strikes 12! F eaturing DJ, photo booth with props for unlimited photos! The first taste of 2014 will include continental breakfast buffet and gourmet c offee bar. New Years EveParty featuring cuisine from world famous destinations! Dancing til after the clock strikes 12! F eaturing DJ, photo booth with props for unlimited photos! The first taste of 2014 will include continental breakfast buffet and gourmet c offee bar. New Years EveParty featuring cuisine from world famous destinations! 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The first taste of 2014 will include continental breakfast buffet and gourmet c offee bar.20% gratuity added to all parties.8 780471 FREESubscription € FREEDeliveryCall 866-913-6397 to sign up or at subscriptions@HometownNewsOL.comHometown News 2013 Pet ofThe Year DakotaŽ Call Today321-729-4243Call Today321-729-4243Booking Now for Appointments Starting January 7th201 Fourth Avenue Indialantic, FL 32903BodyWiseSpecialists.com201 Fourth Avenue Indialantic, FL 32903BodyWiseSpecialists.com080104 PREMIERCosmetic Solutions Now at BodyWise SpecialistOrganic € P ermanent MakeupI am so pleased with the eyeliner and brows that Ms. Bratcher created for me, that I wanted to make this service available to our clients.Ž -Regina Kaufmann, MDOwner, BodyWise Specialists Police report Melbourne Police Department Dustin Ryan Justice, 30, of 770 Wickham Road N., M elbourne, was charged De c. 13 with simple assault on an officer/firefighter/EMT and r esisting arrest with violence. Timothy Nelson Mc G uire, 58, address unknown, was charged Dec. 13 with arson and felony violation of a municipal ordinance. Ronald O. Arnold, 33, of 3423 Saxon St., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 14 with trespassing and possession of cocaine. Eric James Wyatt, 26, of 3011 Pebble Creek St., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 14 with unarmed burglary of an occupied conveyance, grand larceny, petit larceny and felony on-site violation of probation. Christopher Antonio English, 45, of 2254 Henry S t. S.E., Palm Bay, was charged Dec. 15 with possession of cocaine, possession of a weapon/ammo by a convicted felon, delivering/possession of /selling a w eapon with altered identification and felony violation of a county ordinance. Kevarris Rashad Key, 21, of 3319 Henry St., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 15 with possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, carrying a concealed firearm and possession of a w eapon/ammo by a convicted felon. Marc Jan Ilel Lundi, 33, of 29 Circle Ave., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 17 with r esisting arrest without violence and felony battery. Amanda Lee Stewart, 29, of 1163 Douglas St. S.E., P alm Bay, was charged Dec. 18 with obtaining a controlled substance by fraud, fraud-uttering a false instrument, destroying/tampering with/fabricating evidence and attempting to solicit/conspire. Samuel Eugene Glasco, 44, of 3411 Saxon St., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 19 with aggravated battery causing bodily harm.Melbourne Village P olice Department Michael Phillip Vella, 50, of 630 Pine Road, Melbourne Village, was charged De c. 15 with two counts of felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence.P alm Bay Police Department Kirby Lee Frink, 48, of 1209 Elcon Drive, West Melbourne, was charged Dec. 13 with carrying a concealed firearm and possession of a w eapon/ammo by a convicted felon. George W. McCall, 67, of 3140 Mary St., West Melbourne, was charged Dec. 18 with refusing to submit to a balance test, driving under the influence-property damage and felony driving under the influence.W est Melbourne P olice Department Daniel Michael Gomez, 19, of 251 E. Haven Drive, We st Melbourne, was charged Dec. 17 with felony battery on a person 65 years old or older.Brevard County Sheriff's Office Glendon Davis, 33, of 3170 Arthur Circle, Melbourne, was charged Dec. 13 with obstructing justice, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, felony battery and felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Juan Manuel Lopez, 44, address unknown, was charged Dec. 13 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and two counts of trafficking heroin. Megan Lynn Rodell, 35, address unknown, was charged Dec. 13 with larceny. Monica D. Miller, 34, of 2630 Minton Road, West M elbourne, was charged De c. 14 with felony child abuse and felony battery. Joseph Ublies, 28, address unknown, was charged Dec. 16 with dealing in stolen property. Christopher Donald V ess, 20, of 1897 Guava Av e ., Melbourne, was charge Dec. 16 with leaving the scene of an accident, driving under the influence and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana. Darrius Antonio Johnson, 31, of 808 Cedar Drive, M elbourne, was charged De c. 17 with two counts of selling cocaine, two counts of possession of cocaine and two counts of felony violation of probation. James Lavoris Washington, 33, of 2131 Washington Ave., Melbourne, was charged Dec. 17 with selling cocaine and possession of cocaine. Latoya Oreal Wright, 26, of 725 E. University Blvd., M elbourne, was charged De c. 17 with selling cocaine and possession of cocaine. Jeffery Vincent Meddleton, 52, of 1506 Arnold Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged Dec. 18 on an outof-county warrant. Shannon Renee Winter, 29, of 250 Lego Circle, West M elbourne, was charged De c. 19 with larceny, two counts of fraud-using/possession of the identification of another, two counts of fraud-illegal use of credit cards to obtain goods, two counts of fraud-using the identification of another without consent and two counts of fraud-illegal use of credit cards. Editor's note: This is a list of arrests,not convictions, and all arrestees are presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty in a court of law. Supervisor of Elections Office hosts food drive BREVARD A collaboration between two community-centered organizations has made sure families will not go hungry this holiday season. The Brevard County S upervisor of Elections Office and WESH 2 News partnered together for the annual "Share Your Christmas Food Drive." This is the third year the Elections Office has partnered with the Orlando-based news station. Fr om Nov. 18 to Dec. 6, S upervisor Lori Scott and her staff collected more than 400 pounds of nonperishable donations at four Elections Office locations for the Second Harvest Food B ank. The Elections Office is honored to once again participate in WESH 2's Share Y our Christmas Food Dr ive,'" Supervisor Scott said. "I am always overwhelmed by the generosity of our community and am grateful our efforts will benefit those in need this holiday season." S econd Harvest Food B and works to provide food and basic needs to more than 500 grassroots organizations in Central Florida. Br evard County employees and members of the community came together to support Brevard families in need, collecting a variety of nonperishable items, such as canned soup, dry beans, rice, canned veggies, pasta and canned fruit. Amanda Hoang, outreach coordinator for the Brevard C ounty Supervisor of Elections, said that this season's food drive is only an example of the charitable contribution the Elections Office makes year round. Each year, the Elections Office hosts the Vote to End Childhood Hunger Bake S ale,' which benefits Project H unger,'" she said. "This y ear's Bake Sale raised more than $2,000 for Project H unger,' an organization that ensures Brevard's children have adequate nutrition." In addition to the bake sale, the Elections Office also partners with the Breva rd Schools Foundation in the fall, to serve as an official drop-off site for its "B ack to School Supply Drive." The Brevard County Supervisor of Elections Office, along with WESH 2 News, collected more than 400 pounds of nonperishable food for the Share Y our Food Drive.' The food collected will be distributed by the Second Harvest Food Bank.Photo courtesy of the Brevard County Supervisor of Elections OfficeP artnership with WESH 2 collects more than 400 pounds of foodBy Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com WEDNESDAY, JAN. 1 Cocoa Beach Public L ibrary will be closed. New Year's Day History W alk: at 10 a.m. Jan. 1 at the town's river pier, located at the w est end of Ocean Avenue. This is an easy stroll, a bit over an hour in length. We pass a dozen century-old homes. Early photographs will be shown. We end with a tour of the 12-year-old Community Chapel. A reception follows in the C ommunity Center across the street. The walk is free. C all (321) 723-2655 for more information.F RID A Y, JAN. 3 The Brevard Antiques & C ollectibles group: will meet at 9:30 a.m. to noon at the S untree/Viera Public Library. F or more information,call (321) 255-4404.SA TURDAY, JAN. 4 The American Girl History M ystery Book Club: will meet from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Suntree/Viera Public Library. F or more information, call (321) 255-4404. Catalina 22 Seminar: from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The T itusville Sailing Club will present a seminar on Catalina 22 sail boat. Three Catalina 22-foot slips are now ready to share. This seminar will include set up, rigging, launching, cruising, racing and safety. Cost is $10. Fo r more information,call (321) 269-2449 or (321) 4527761 or email sail76@bellsouth.net.SUN DA Y, JAN. 5 Music on a Sunday Afternoon: S ound Traveler: at 2 p .m. in the community room at the Cocoa Beach Public Library. The library is located at 550 North Brevard Ave., C ocoa Beach. Fo r more information,call (321) 868-1104 or visit cocoabeachpubliclibrary.org.CalendarF rom page A1

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A6 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, MICHELEMEISNER OFSEBASTIAN! I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 080036WIN$100 WIN$100This W eeks Prize This W eeks Prize this from. The exchanges are now open. They are simply a public portal to a range of many all-private insurance options, and you choose the one you want to join. There is no such thing as "rationed health" within the exchanges. I know many people already got through and chose a plan they can afford. These people are employed, but had no health care offered to them where they work. There are millions of people trying to call and/or go online to the websites. Of course, it's going to be busy. Of course, there's going to be some glitches in the system. Nothing is perfect. The people criticizing it are the ones who are just repeating what they hear. They are not even the ones who need it. These millions of people would like the opportunity to buy into a healthcare plan. It does not sound to me like they are concerned about any of it being "rationed." How silly.Response to liking red light camerasThis is a response to the person who wrote a rave entitled, Why I like road safety cameras," which was published recently in the Rants & Raves section. There is a potential problem with using cameras and associated software to identify a person's car tags when a law is violated. In the past three months, my family has received two toll violation (so called) tickets for the Orlando area. I nspection of the supplied tag-photographs at high magnification shows that the software cannot discriminate between a numeric "zero" and a letter "Q." The same car, a Ford van with standard Florida plates, violated the tolls at different Orlando locations; while our family car, an Austin Mini with antique plates, has never gone outside Brevard. I also read recently that the state is considering redesigning F lorida tags to make them more readable using cameras/software. So there may be more readability problems than the one I have identified. At least a law enforcement officer, using his or her eyes, would not have made this mistake.Handing out Bibles gets me in troubleI was at the Fall Festival another way of celebrating Halloween, which does come from a pagan celebration. I was giving out pocket-sized Bibles instead of candy, which is a dentist's delight. I was stopped by the security of this church because I did not get approval from them to give out these Bibles. I already had God's approval, so why do I need this church's approval? G iving out Bibles is better than any candy. I am sure I will hear from them about this message because this message will go to one of their elders. Ev en if they boot me out, they cannot stop the passing out of B ibles and the gospel and the truth concerning their ways of celebrating pagan celebrations and giving greetings in the name of a pagan goddess, namely "Easter." Who are we to obey: God or man?Getting medical coverageF inally, people who previously were "uninsurable" can now get medical coverage. All this talk and speculation, delaying the plan and telling y oung people to opt out is nonsense. We need everyone to take personal responsibility for themselves, get medical coverage and stay healthy. Thank you President (Barack) Obama, for standing firm against Republican attempts to de-fund and delay the healthcare law, efforts that sadly led to a 16-day government shutdown this month. P eople do not have to go to the website. They can call, and depending on what state they live in, there are centers opening up which you can sign up in person. Thanks to Florida Gov. Rick Scott, Florida will be one of the most difficult states to get fair coverage by Gov. Scott, refusing to allow the state insurance commissioner to negotiate lower rates with companies. Gov. Scott's refused the Medicaid expansion funds, which many other states have and are signing people up with no problems. C alifornia and New York report massive healthcare sign-ups and many choices of plans being offered. Thanks Mr. Scott for all your help. F or verification, visit http://www.politifact.com/truth-ometer/statements/2013/aug/08/ted-deutch/florida-democratssay-gov-rick-scott-and-legislatu/. Where are our priorities?Lo c al rants neededHow about some hometown (type) news that is Rants & Ra ves, not this national stuff, putting down our president, putting down all these things that are not local news? How about local news, you know, the stuff that is in our hometown? Those are the kind of rants you should be printing, for God's sake. Leave the president alone. Anything national, leave alone. Anything international, leave alone just our hometown (type) news. That's what you are, aren't you?China and beyondI have no idea. I think this individual who thinks China has a better idea than we have in this good old U.S.A. I think that you should change locations. I am now in my 90s. My wife suffered from diabetes, and don't remember asking anyone to help me. I was a veteran in the World War. If I am right, why are you complaining about it? If not, thank God that you live in a country that does care. O ur church gives out food on Thanksgiving. We help those people in December, and we help those people, who are not as fortunate as we are. Thank God that you are not of that same situation.Give some free time for the animalsMy name is Barbara. I just finished reading a very powerful Letter to the Editor. It was quite lengthy and was written for the attention of certain officials in Brevard County, not getting responses, etc., etc. W ell, I read that letter with great interest. I am 79 years old, and I have been an advocate for the animals for the 13 years I have been living here. P eople are basically good, but only if it means money in their pockets, and it feeds into their hidden agenda. I took care of a mother cat with four kittens a few years ago. The county was paying for the spay/neuter program. The cats have to be brought back, so that they could be monitored. W ell, I spend $130 out of my Social Security money to put the mommy cat down because she had feline AIDS. Thank God, two kittens were adopted. I think a vulture got one. And I have been taking care of one remaining kitten for 13 y ears. P eople where I lived didn't like it, but I fought hard with tooth and nail, and I am still taking care of him. There is so much love between he and I. It's the most beautiful thing the eye could see. Anyway, I wrote a letter years ago to a newspaper with a suggestion that each and every veterinarian in our county gave their skills and donated their skill and donated their expenditures, aside from a low-cost spay/neuter program. They should volunteer their services. They would be doing good work if they did that. They would be helping a lot of poor people and a lot of unfortunate animals. Thanks to the great people at the Melbourne Civic TheatreThis is a rave note of thanks and gratitude to Pamela Hein, J ennifer Heaff and the other theater professionals managing the Melbourne Civic Theatre. They are astute and "tuned-in" to the theater-going public and the patrons in the community. Their diligence and dedication is recognized and appreciated by the good people in and around Melbourne. Thank You.T exting while driving is just plain stupid'This refers to the article in last week's edition of the Hometown News regarding the texting while driving law. This is all that needs to be said: Texting while driving is just plain stupid and selfish. There is no other opinion. Y ou are in a vehicle that weighs about 2,000 pounds, is moving forward and is, in effect, a weapon. Y our responsibility while operating this vehicle is to have both hands on the wheel, watching where you are going, occasionally glancing around to see what's around you and get y ourself and other drivers to their destinations safely. Period! T exting at red lights just delays everyone from going forward when it turns green. There shouldn't even have to be a law for this, but the watered down version our intelligent politicians passed doesn't do the job. I've been rear-ended twice by texters; and if I live through the next one, that texter may be wearing that i-Phone where the sun don't shine.Brevard traffic tie-upsI read the Rants & Raves column every week and enjoy it very much. I have a rant about some areas that tie up traffic. U.S. 192 and I-95: If you are going east on U.S. 192 and the light on the west side turns green, then the light on the east side of I-95 turns red. Another area is Palm Bay Road and Minton, west bound: In most intersections, the right lane can go straight or turn right. N ot here! The right lane can only turn right; so the inside lane, which goes straight or turns left, is backed up three or four lights. There is no one in the right lane. I know this is also true eastbound on U.S. 192 and U.S. Highway 1. I enjoy your paper every week. Thank you.So much misinformation about The Affordable Care ActThis week, a question asked in a rant was "How many people will perish because of rationed healthcare?" My question would be, how many people would perish without health care? How many will die of cancer, die from untreated illnesses; which is what has happening up until now. Thank goodness for The Affordable Care Act! There's no rationing. I do not know where this writer parroted VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, DEC. 27, 2013 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM Ready to soarElijah Majors, 5, of Melbourne, Kamara Scott, 7 of Melbourne and Diani Hall of Palm Bay pose for pictures with a helicopter from the Brevard County Sheriff's Office during the Family Christmas Extravaganza at Max K Rhodes Park Saturday, Dec. 21. The yearly event included Fire Trucks, Sheriff's Helicopter, cars and bomb squad along with bounce houses, face painting, climbing wall and Chagy the clown. The event was sponsored by The House church of Palm Bay and Brevard County Parks and Recreation. 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. Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 50 59 Tu rnpike Feeder Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 Copyright 2013, Hometown News, L.C.Phone (321) 242-1013 Fax (321) 242-1281Classified (321) 242-0442 1 -800-823-0466 Rants & Raves (321) 242-1276Circulation 1 -866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comMELBOURNEV oted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. Lee Mooty . . . . . .General Manager/CFO V ernon D.Smith . . .Managing Partner F arris Robinson . . .Sr. VP Sales/Marketing T ammy Farmer . . . .Managing Editor Robin Bevilacqua . .Human Resources Kathy Young . . . . .Major/Natl. Accounts Manager Amanda Tucker . . .Major/Natl. 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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, December 27, 2013 Melbourne A7 080202 ComeIn And Register For Your Concealed Weapons Class € We Use a State Certified Firearms Instructor with 30+ Years ExperienceWe Have Everything You Need For Duck Season!806 W. New Haven Ave. € Melbourne, FL € 321-345-4900Just east of the mall on the north side of 192www.GunsandCamo.netRuger LCP380$299T aurus TCP(4 colors) $299Ruger LC9$350Glock GEN326 9m$489Glock GEN419 9m$520Smith &Wesson$475 Smith Wesson Bodyguard 380$385 Does Your Pet Have What It Tak es To Be P et of the W eek ?We r e asking you, our readers, to submit photos ofyour beloved pets for our Contest. T he Winner each week will be featured in our newspaper and will qualify to become our  P et of the Year! Ž780473 See this weeks winner for details on how to enter!  Does Your Pet Have What It Tak es To Be 780532 Give the Gift of Cycling with Bikes by Electra &Specialized! Give the Gift of Cycling with Bikes by Electra &Specialized! 113 5th Avenue Indialantic,FL 32903(321) 725-2500 SHOP ONLINE 24/7 BobsBeachBicycles.com $10 OFFAccessory Purchase o ver $49$50Free Accessories with bike purchase o ver $499 or ONE COUPON PER PERSON.Some restrictions apply. See store for details.Exp.12/31/13. Coupon Code HOLIDAY131 Hershey is a 6 month old mixed Shepard o wned by Lance Stern of Indialantic. She loves to play with her ball, swing around her toys like crazy and chew on her bone. Her playfulness and happy demeanor are evident in every move she makes. 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 CONTEST" 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) Health club students adopt nursing home for holidaysBREVARD When C athy Hall, R.N., began her medical career as a nursing assistant, she specialized in geriatric nursing and was employed in nursing homes for 15 years. "I t was during the holidays that I noticed many of the nursing home residents were forgotten by family members or did not have any family," Mrs. Hall said. "Some had families, who lived too far away to visit. The holidays are a very lonely, depressing time for them without loved ones." No w the Medical Focus instructor and Health O ccupation Students of America club advisor, Mrs. H all has been teaching at T itusville High School for the past 19 years. W anting to inspire her students, Mrs. Hall began a tradition of adopting a nursing home for the holidays. "O ur students look forward to this event every y ear and participate each time," she said. "I have had graduates come back to help with the party and bring joy to the elderly because it was so much fun." W ith 70 affiliated HOSA club members and approximately 300 students in the medical program at T itusville High School, Mrs. Hall and her program co-workers guide students through an intense curr iculum, filled with dual enrollment courses. "O ur course sequence consists of Health Science II a high school course usually taken freshman y ear then Introduction to Health Care and Medical Te r minology, which are both dual enrollment courses taken through Eastern Florida State College," Mrs. Hall said. "After completion of these prer equisites, students wishing to become Nursing Assistants can take my P atient Care Assistant course, which is also a dual enrollment course." Mrs. Hall added that, upon completion of the PCA course, students are then eligible to take their state certified Nursing Assistant Exam to become C.N.A.'s. The test consists of written and skills portions and students must pass both parts in order to become a Certified Nursing Assistant. "P atricia Shimer, R.N., teaches Health Sciences II, I ntro to Health Care and M edical Terminology," Mrs. Hall said. "She is also a HOSA club advisor. Students are encouraged to take Anatomy and Physiology with Mrs. Samani, as w ell." On Wednesday, Dec. 18, the HOSA club went to Ro yal Oaks Nursing and R ehab Center to continue on the 19 year tradition of adopting a nursing home for the holidays. "O ur club decided to adopt and provide gifts for all 120 residents," Mrs. Hall said. "We want them to know they are not forgotten and that someone cares." Mrs. Hall added the HOSA club chose Royal O aks, as the facility is one her students train at for the PCA program, stating that it has always been good at coordinating the event with the club. "W e help with their holiday party, deliver presents, sing carols and have Santa and Mrs. Claus visit every one of them," she said. "If they are not able to get to the party, we visit them in their rooms." The HOSA members we re joined by Mrs. Orr, the chorus director at Titusville H igh School, and 20 members of the chorus. "A t the party, holiday carols are sung while students pass out gifts and help with the refreshments," Mrs. H all said. "Santa and Mrs. Claus visit with residents and take pictures, give lots of hugs and provide each r esident with love." The HOSA club at Astronaut High School, under the direction of Mrs. Mc C ain, also assisted in collecting gifts for the residents at Royal Oaks. The smiles and joy seen on the faces of the elderly are priceless. Many have stated they can't believe we would do this for them and some cry tears of joy," Mrs. H all said of the residents at Ro yal Oaks. N ot only do the residents benefit from this selfless gift of kindness, but so do Mrs. Hall's students. "O ur high school teens get a tremendous amount of satisfaction and emotional rewards from helping others and seeing the joy they bring," Mrs. Hall said. "These young people are truly amazing." Brittany Grobe, who dressed up as Santa, and Savannah Henson, who dressed up as Mrs. Claus, pose for a picture with Titusville High School assistant principal Mr. Diesel at the Royal Oaks Nursing and Rehab Center holiday party. The t wo students are members of the Health Occupation Students of America Club, which adopted the nursing home for the holidays.Photo courtesy of Cathy Hall By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com

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Patrick Publix PlazaNext to Pet Supermarket FREEGLASSOFWINE ORBEER!(up to $5.95) with$30 minimum order 1 coupon per visit expires 1/10/14 Cannot be combined with any other offer HAPPYHOUR MON-THURS 4-6 PMHappy Hour Menu Available OPEN NE W YEARS DAY! Club Scene Out & about BREVARD Classical jazz lovers are in for a real treat in the New Year. On Tuesday, Jan. 7 and W ednesday, Jan. 8, Swingtime will present "Swinging with the Strings," with strings musicians from the Melbourne Community Orchestra as special guests. The free concerts will be hosted at the Melbourne A uditorium at 7:30 p.m. on both nights, with no tickets required. This is the fourth year that Swingtime, a 20-piece "B ig Band" ensemble of the Melbourne Municipal B and, has partnered up with the Melbourne Community Orchestra for winter performances. The inspiration for this concert was the result of some brainstorming between Aaron Collins conductor of the MCO and me," said Art Martin, conductor of Swingtime. "W e both like jazz and classical music, and thought it would be great to create an event that would showcase both groups performing together for the people of Br evard County." Mr. Martin will conduct S wingtime and the Melbourne Community Orchestra members, as the group performs a variety of classical jazz favorites, such as "In the M ood," "Strictly Instrumental," "Serenade in B lue," "For Once in My Life" and much more. J oining the combined groups will be popular local vocalist Sally Hart. Mr. Martin said that r oughly 30 members of the Melbourne Community Orchestra will be joining Swingtime for January's performances. This is a great opportunity for our patrons to see the Melbourne Community Orchestra and Swingtime performing jazz tunes together," Mr. Martin said. "At these concerts, Swingtime plays the first half and the MCO joins us in the second half. On Feb. 5 and 6, the MCO will have their concert and Swingtime will be their guest." S wingtime will present "S winging with the St r ings," with string musicians from the Melbourne community Orchestra as special guests, on Tuesday, Jan. 7 and Wednesday, Jan 8 at the Melbourne Auditorium. The free concerts begin at 7:30 p.m., with no tickets required. The Melbourne Auditori um is located at 625 H ibiscus Blvd., Melbourne. F or more information, call (321) 724-0555 or visit www.melbournemunicipalband.org.Lo c al man to perform offBroadwayA local musician from Indian Harbour Beach has already had his 15 minutes of fame, more than once, but soon will get another go at it in New Y ork City's off-Broadway theater district, where he'll perform throughout the month of December, with his group Squonk Opera in their musical, "Majesty & Mayhem." K evin Kornicki, world percussionist with the local Flamenco band, Don Soledad Group, performed on Broadway with Squonk Opera 13 years ago; has toured around the world with Squonk; and more recently appeared on several episodes of "America's Got T alent," with them making it to the show's quarterfinals in 2 011. Squonk Opera is a visually stunning performing arts ensemble based out of Pittsburgh, Penn. Some would say, it's more "Squonk" than "opera," because Squonk is more like a party, full of edgy diverse music, color, humor and fun, similar to a Blue Man Group show in the sense that it's loosely based on a storyline and has a focus on good music. K ornicki is the Squonk's percussionist and cocomposer, and plays a variety of different drums in the show, to include a Zen drum, which he'll solo off Broadway. K evin is also the sound engineer at St. Marks United Methodist Church in Indialantic. He moved to the area seven years ago with his wife, Cathleen Snow, who is an Air F orce officer at Patrick Air F orce Base. She is currently deployed to Kabul, Afghanistan. "Majesty and Mayhem" will perform at 59th East 59th T heater through Dec. 29.Enjoying a flightT he Valiant Air Command W arbird Museum offers rides in the historic C-47 "Tico Belle" just in time for the holidays. T he Dec. 28 flight includes a free one year membership to the museum, and also includes a ticket to the annual Tico Airshow to be Capt.Hiram's: U gly Sw eater Party with Bullet Theory at 7:30 p.m. Friday. N ew Year's Eve is Metalucious at 8 p.m. Capt. Hi ra m' s is at 1580 U.S. H ighway 1, Sebastian. For more information,call (772) 589-4345. Cheers 2 U Bar: Fr iday night from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. is Fireball Karaoke. Anything Goes Karaoke with R ay Bell is 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. S aturday. Sunday is bar bingo from 2-4 p.m. We dnesday night is Fireball Karaoke from 8-11 p .m. Cheers 2 U is at 2086 Sa r no Road, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 254-9411. Coconuts on the Be ach: A live band will play at 7 p.m. Friday. The U nsaid will play at 7 p.m. S aturday. Cocoloco's will play at 2 p.m. Sunday. Vilifi will play at 7 p.m. on Tuesday. Coconuts is at 2 Minutemen Causeway, Cocoa B each. F or more information,call (321) 784-1422. Crickets: Live bands perform every Friday night. Rock Candy is at 9 p .m. At 9 p.m. Karaoke with Ginger Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. Texas H old Em is at noon Saturday and at 6:30 p.m. Monday. Crab races are at 6:30 p .m. Tuesdays. Crickets is at 1942 N. Wickham Road, M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 242-9280. Earl's Hideaway: R andy Skirvin Band will play at 8:30 p.m. Friday. A live band will play at 2 p. m., and Spanks will play at 8:30 p.m. Saturday. Victor Wainwright will play at 2 p.m. on Sunday. Wednesday is the New Years Eve party with Roughouse. Earl's is at 1405 Indian River Drive, Sebastian. For more information,call (772) 589-5700. Fill-N-Station Saloon: J ohnnyRock1 and Linda Lavis will host "Southern ARIES March 21/April 20Aries, enjoy some welldeserved time off. Life has taken on a hectic pace of late, but some much-needed time to rest, relax and recharge has finally arrived.TA UR US April 21/May 21T aurus, hidden feelings come to the surface, and this will prove a pleasant surprise. Let things play out this week, and you will get some peace.GEMINI May 22/June 21Gemini, your friends are up to something and they want it to remain a surprise. Keep your distance, and don't let your curiosity get the better of you.CA NCE R June 22/July 22A temporary situation at work may alter your plans for a few days, Cancer. But don't let changes stop you from scheduling some down time with your friends.LEO July 23/Aug. 23Leo, think things through before swinging into action. Run your ideas by someone close, and consider all of your options. This will ensure you make the best decision.VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22Y our confidence about the future is a byproduct of the past, Virgo. You have learned from past mistakes and are ready to forge ahead and turn your hard work into results.LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23Libra, now is the time to address some relationship issues that you have been avoiding. Deal with them in a straightforward way, and you will be glad you did.See S CENE, B2 See SCOPES, B6Get Swinging' with Swingtime W eek of 12-27-2013 Br evard CountyEntertainmentDining &SECTION B WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM FRIDAY, DEC. 27, 2013Annual winter performance to feature Melbourne Community Orchestra Photo courtesy of Bob WileySwingtime will host an evening of classical jazz as it presents Swinging with the Strings' on Tuesday, Jan. 7 and Wednesday, Jan. 8 at 7:30 p.m. at the Melbourne Auditorium.See OUT, B5

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T alent Karaoke" 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday night. The Fill-N-Station S aloon is at 2685 U.S. H ighway 1, Mims. F or more information,call (321) 3830053. Grills Seafood & Tiki B ar Port Canaveral: The S eeds will play at 8 p.m. Fr iday. Grills at the Port is at 505 Glen Cheek Drive, Po rt C anaveral. F or more information,call (321) 8682226. Grills Seafood & Tiki B ar Riverside: L una Pearl will play at 7:30 p.m. on Fr iday. Derek will play at 2 p .m. followed by the Jon Q uinlivin Band at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday. Don't Quit Yo ur Day Job will play at 2 p .m. on Sunday. Mark M acri will play at 3 p.m. on M onday. New Years Eve party on Tuesday, with live music from The Brohams with a champagne toast at midnight. Grills Riverside is at 6075 N. U.S. Highway 1, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2428999. Heidi's Jazz Club: S teve K irsner & Friends will play from 5-8 p.m., and the Ron T eixeira Trio will play from 8:30 p.m. to midnight Friday. Ron Teixeira Trio will play from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday. The jam session will be from 7-11 p .m. Sunday. Kenny Cohen will join the Ron Teixeira Tr io for the New Year's Eve dance party. Doors open at 5 p.m. and festivities begin at 8 p.m. on Tuesday. H eidi's is at 7 N. Orlando Av e ., Cocoa Beach. For more information,call (321) 783-4559. Kenny D's Grill & Bar: J ourney Tribute Show will be at 9 p.m. Saturday. New Y ear's Eve Gala with an Elvis Tribute on Tuesday. K enny D's is located at 4711 Babcock St., Palm Bay. F or more information, call (321) 724-9462. Matt's Casbah: Derek Be r nard will play at 6:30 p .m. Friday followed by a DJ at 10 p.m. Shore Fire D ance Band will play from 6:30-9:30 p.m. Saturday. At 12 p.m. on Sunday is Greg Wa rn er. Tuesday is Matt's N ew Year's Eve part with The Usual Suspects. Matt's is at 801 New Haven Ave., M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 5741099. Melbourne Elks: Ka r aoke and dancing with Lou Phillips is from 5-9 p .m. on Mondays and is open to non-members. S paghetti and other food is from 5-7 p.m. Dinner costs $5. The Melbourne Elks is at 211 S. Nieman Ave., Melbourne. South Nieman Av enue is west of Babcock St r eet and east of Apollo B oulevard in Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 768-1744. Open Mike's: F unk jam is from 6-10 p.m. Monday. "T otally Open Tuesday" open jam is from 6-10 p.m. T uesday. Adult comic night (18 and older) is from 8-10 p .m. Wednesday. The R ockin' Blues Jam is from 6-10 p.m. Thursday. Friday is "wine me up" jazz jam night from 7-10 p.m. Band showcase night is 8 p.m. to midnight Saturdays on selected dates. Open Mike's is at Florida Discount M usic, 454 N. Harbor City Bl v d., (U.S. Highway 1), M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2545645. Ozzies'Crabhouse: Mat R oberts will play from 6-10 p .m. Friday. Larry and S andi will play from 6-10 p .m. Saturday. Strobe Less will play from 5-9 p.m. S unday. Karaoke with Ken E ddy will be 7-11 p.m. Thursday. Ozzie's is at 4391 D ixie Highway N.E., Palm Bay. F or more information, call (321) 724-0009. Rusty's Seafood & Oyster Bar: J on Parrot will play from noon to 4 p.m., and Ke r vin Young will play from 6-10 p.m. Friday. Chris Gl ov er will play from 6-10 p .m. Saturday. Paul Christopher will play from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. R onnie Soloman will play from 5-9 p.m. Monday. Jon P arrot will play from 5-9 p .m. Tuesday. Jim Mitchell will play from 5-9 p.m. W ednesday. Rusty's is at 628 Glen Cheek Drive, Port C anaveral. F or more information,call (321) 7832033. Sand Dollar Bar: Ka r aoke with Danno is every Friday and Saturday night at 8 p.m. The Sand Dollar is at 260 N. Orlando Av e ., Cocoa Beach. C all (321) 783-0107. Siggy's American Bar: The DJ dance party with Chris is at 8 p.m., with Fun Pipe playing at 9 p.m. Friday. The DJ Chris dance party is at 8 p.m., with L una Pearl playing at 9:30 p .m. Saturday. New Year's Ev e party with Luna Pearl. S iggy's is at 1153 Malabar R oad N.E., No. 1, Palm Bay. F or more information,call (321) 952-0104. Squid Lips Melbourne: I sland Breeze will play at 3 p.m., and Johnny D anger will play at 7 p.m. Fr iday. Coco Locoas will play at 2 p.m., and Walter J ay & The Texas Flood will play at 7 p.m. Saturday. Jo hnny Danger will play at 2 p.m. Sunday. Alex R odriguez will play at 6 p .m. Monday. Squid Lips is at 1477 Pineapple Ave., M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 259-3101. Tapps Pub Bistro: Ka r aoke, bar bingo, DJ/video dance, music and trivia is from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. every Tuesday and Thursday. Friday features live music at 9 p.m. Tapps is at 4711 Babcock St. N.E., P alm Bay. F or more information,call (321) 952-2337. E ditor's note: To have your venue listed in Club Scene,email your music schedules in monthly or 710 days in advance to brevnews@hometownnewsol.com, fax them to (321) 242-1281 or send in a website address.Thank you. MELBOURNE It's a little after 11 a.m. on a Tuesday morning, and Genna Pizza C ompany is already filled with customers. S ince taking over as the o wner of the Melbourne pizzeria earlier this year, entrepreneur and chef Charlie Ma r chica's main goal was to make the best New York-style pizza in Brevard County. To put it simply, he has succeeded and the truth lies within the water. After three months of r esearch, Chef Marchica figured out a way to have actual N ew York water shipped to Genna Pizza Company. "I t makes all of the difference (in taste)," he said. "It's an actual New York style pizza." W ith this new ingredient, Genna Pizza has created such an authentic New York-style pizza, it would seem as if it came straight from the big city itself. "I t' s the one key that makes it a New York pizza. It's the icing on the cake," Chef Ma r chica continued. "I was able to find it for the right price, so my customers wouldn't have to pay for it." Along with the water, Genna Pizza Company is slowly evolving its menu to include fresh New York Italian bread and a variety of pies, including a buffalo chicken pizza, a Philly cheesesteak pizza, a salad pizza and a chicken cordon bleu pizza. Genna will also start serving new clubs, BLT's and subs made with fresh Italian bread, which Chef Marchica said is unlike anything else in the area. F amiliar favorites will also r emain on the menu, such as cheese, supreme and the four seasons-style pizza, that offers diners an experience of a variety of Italian toppings into one delicious blend. When Chef Marchica took ov er the restaurant with his wife, Jeanine, the Long Island native "gutted" everything from the former restaurant changing the inside and all of the recipes to his liking to make for a better dining exper ience. "I buy premium ingredients for everything, and everything is made here in-house," he said. "My family is Italian on both sides. I had a guy form S icily teach me how to make my dough, so I love Italian." And his love for Italian cuisine is conveyed through his food, with delicious pastas that are sure to satisfy the biggest critic, including a spaghetti, with meatballs, entrŽe, a baked ziti entrŽe and a chicken Alfredo, made with fresh ingredients. F ollowing dinner, customers can select from a variety of delicious deserts, such as a homemade cannoli, tiramisu and a good-ol' fashioned cheesecake. At the end of the day, what r eally separates Genna Pizza C ompany from other restaur ants in the county is its commitment to providing top quality food for low prices. "I understand that people don't want to spend a lot of money for dinner," Chef Ma r chica said. "I don't mind taking less on my end and giving my customers a real pizza for a decent price." Genna Pizza Company is located at 4301 N. Wickham R oad in Melbourne and is open seven days a week. H ours of operation are Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Sa turday from 11 a.m. to 10 p .m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. D elivery is free, with no minimum charge. F or more information,call (321) 242-3003 or visit www.pizza4dinner.com. F riday, December 27, 2013 B2 MelbourneHometown News Homemade pasta with a fresh salad, FRE Ed r aft beer, wine or soft drink $6.95 18 Ž Pizza $7.99 eat in or take out Ladies Night 4pm-9pm Buy 1 Dinner, Get 1 FREE of same or lesser value BabyBacks with two choice sides 1 /2 rack $6.95 | Fullrack $10.95 18 Ž Pizza $7.99 eat in or take out Whole Maine 1-1/4 lb Lobster with 2 sides Fresh Corn on the Cob & Homemade Cole Slaw $14.95 080112 T ry KennyDs Famous Stone Oven Pizza € Free DeliveryD INNER SPECIALS 4-9 PM D INNER SPECIALS 4-9 PMVISITORCALLFORFURTHER INFORMATION: VISITORCALLFORFURTHER INFORMATION:These are National Tribute Bands that perform just like the originals ... note for note.T ickets On Sale at T icketRiver.com or K ennyD's box office.www .KENNYDSGRILL.COM 4 711 B ABCOCKSTREET € PALMBAY321-724-9462SATURDAY NIGHTS EVERYSUNDAY:$2DRAFTS$1 .50P IZZAJourney December 28 Elvis New Years Eve Nick Clemons Band January 4 Sounds of Asbury P ark, Son of Clarence Clemons of Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band RUSHJanuary 11 Guns & Roses -January 17 T om Jones January 18 € 8 pm Elton John January 18 € 9:30 pm AC /D C Shoot to ThrillŽ€ January 25 Dean Martin February 8 Marilyn Monroe Valentines Day February 14 NeilDiamond -February 15 Bon Jovi February 22 Y ou Dont Want to Miss Kenny DsNE W YEARSEVEGALA!$10 NO W or $20 at the Door!Admission Includes:Noisemakers € Champagne Toast Balloon Drop (Lots of Prizes) All You Can Eat Hot/Cold Buffet AND...ANELVISTRIBUTEwith #1 Impersonator Ted TorresCALLFORRESERVATIONS!FRE EL IM OS ER VICEONNEWYEARSEVEWITH 4 ORMOREPATRONS W atchYour Fa v orite Sports on Over 50 TVs! 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DINING & ENTERTAINMENTPizza eatery introduces New York water to create better pizzas By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com SceneF rom page B1Photo courtesy of Charlie MarchicaDelicious pepperoni pizza is one of the specialties cooked to order at Genna Pizza Comapny in Melbourne.

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P astel painting classes at the Art Gallery of VieraLearn how to master pastels and pastel pencils to create beautiful paintings. Whether you are painting a portrait, landscape, still life, abstract or any other subject matter, you will learn how to make color choices, achieve different textures and forms, how to layer and blend and drawing basics if needed. These classes are ongoing and designed for personalized attention for all levels, beginners through advanced. S upplies are not needed for the first class. A supply list will be provided for those who want to continue the classes. The classes will be at the Art Gallery of Viera, 2261 To wn Center Ave., Suite 101, Viera, Tuesdays from 6-8 p.m. and Sundays from 10 a.m. to noon. The fee is $20 per class or $75 for four classes. C ontact Deb Pettigrew for registration, at dpettigrew@cfl.rr.com (321) 7491153 or www.pastelsbydeb.com. F or more information, visit www.artgalleryofviera.com or call (321) 504-4343.Annual Holiday Craft ShowThe Fifth Avenue Art G allery is once again the place to shop for economical, handmade in America, one-of-a-kind holiday gifts. This year, they have added many more unique handmade crafts, both functional and decorative, from the country's best artisans. There is blown glass, handmade dolls and books, pottery, unique Christmas ornaments, jewelry and more. It is a fabulous place to get all your holiday shopping done, with unique gifts to please the pickiest person, in all price ranges. P eople come back year after year for ornaments. F or more than 30 years, the Fifth Avenue Art Gallery has been known for the best in handcrafted gifts for y our friend and family. The Fifth Avenue Art G allery is artist owned and operated and is located in the Eau Gallie Arts District of Melbourne, across the street from the Foosaner Art Museum. The show runs through Dec. 31. The gallery telephone number is (321) 259-8261. V isit the gallery online at www.fifthavenueartgallery.com and on Facebook.Florida porcelain artists at the King CenterA collection of unique, hand-painted porcelain and kiln-fired art from members of the Florida Po r celain Artists will be on display at the Harris G allery in the Maxwell C. K ing Center lobby now through Jan. 5. This exhibit may be viewed by ticketed patrons attending King Center main stage performances. All of the artwork will be available for purchase. The King Center for the Pe r forming Arts at Eastern F lorida State College is at 3865 N. Wickham Road, M elbourne. F or more information or tickets for performances, call (321) 242-2219 or visit www.kingcenter.com.Lo c al artist wins First Place at showM elbourne artist, Nancy D illen, recently traveled to P hoenix to attend the opening of the "Animal O ther" exhibit at the Shemer Art Center and Museum. Only two awards were given. Ms. Dillen's "Ready to P lay?" won first place. Cu r ator Ally Glowacki asked if there is a point where animal ends and human begins. S he said that "Ready to P lay?" epitomized the essence of the concept of show's theme. The Shemer Art Center and Museum is located at 500 E. Camelback, Phoenix, Ariz.Shades of Blue art show"S hades of Blue" is the name of the first show of the New Year at the Fifth Av enue Art Gallery. Over the centuries artists have been intrigued by the color blue, oftentimes painting with the color as part of the painting, or painting the color blue as the painting or painting the emotion 'blue'. The gallery members will present their takes on the subject in various mediums. The exhibit runs from J an. 6 through Jan. 26. The Fifth Avenue Art G allery, a premier member gallery in Brevard County, was established in 1975. It is artist owned and operated. The gallery is located in EGAD, the Eau Gallie Arts D istrict of Melbourne, across the street from the F oosaner Art Museum. F or more information, call (321) 259-8261or visit www.fifthavenueartgallery.com.'Of Artists and F riends'Local digital artist and creative director at Art G allery of Viera, Jerry H anzl, is hosting his first group art show. 'Of Artists and Friends' will be on display in the Harris Corporation Art Gallery at the King C enter for the Performing Arts, from Jan. 6 through Fe b. 9. This fine art show will be a blend of art and artists from across Brevard and will feature painting, drawing, photography, digital art, metal works, silk and stained glass. The four other directors from Art G allery of Viera, Jeanette Dr ake, Helen Wheatley, R ebecca Gomme and J S usan Cole Stone, will be showing their finest, along with several artists showing in a major venue for the first time, including David Cr uey, Laura Kucheryson and Ellen Chaput. Sloan K eats, the winner of this y ear's Brush with Success competition at the gallery, and Stephen Lamazzo from Off Center Art Center are a few of many other invited guest artists. Check out the calendar of events at www.kingcenter.com and enjoy a performance in J anuary at Brevard's finest venue. Then visit the gallery for an eclectic view of our local art scene as curated by Jerry Hanzl. J erry's own art is highly surrealistic and can be expressed as 'Painting with photography on a digital canvas'. See more of his fantasy artwork on his website www.digitalartbyjerry.com. All Florida' acrylic paintingsM eike Aton is exhibiting her "All Florida" acrylic paintings at Melbourne B each Library, Ocean Ave. through Jan. 4. Library hours are 9-5 p .m. Monday through Saturday and until 8 p.m. T uesdays and Thursdays. A dditionally, Meike's art can be viewed and purchased at Cocoa Beach C ountry Club, M&M Jewelers on 1304 S. Patrick Dr ive, in Satellite Beach, M erritt Island Jewelers on 509 N. Courtney Parkway, M erritt Island, First Friday Eau Gallie and other upcoming shows. Classes start Jan. 21 at I ndian Harbour Beach C ommunity Center. F or more information, call (417) 343-3481 or visit www.meikeaton.com.Shipley fine art showP hyllis Shipley welcomes y ou to a solo exhibit to view her acrylic and watercolor paintings at Palm Bay Library through the month of January. Her inner vision paintings bring expressions of fun, strength, gentleness, beauty, lots of color and even "what is she thinking!" "I moved to this beautiful area several years ago from Tennessee where I had a gallery and participated in many art shows and gallery shows throughout the USA. After being away from the "art world" for awhile, I am excited to be participating in the art community again and meeting all the creative and accomplished artists in this area". S he has paintings at The M ango Tree Restaurant in C ocoa Beach, Jan's Frame in Cocoa Village, along with Melbourne International Airport, Grey Robinson Law Firm and other participating companies throughout the area with the Brevard Cultural Alliance art program. F or more information, email pfineart@yahoo.com. S he enjoys painting watercolors, acrylics and murals as commissions as well as her free spirit inner vision paintings. Visit her website phyllisshipleyfineart.com. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, December 27, 2013 Melbourne B3 3369 Sarno Road, Melbourne, FL32934(321) 752-8805Open 7 Days€ 9:00am-2:00am Over 25,000 VideosLargest Selection of Love Toys, Lingerie & V ideos, Anywher e !! 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State parks win gold medalF lorida Gov. Rick Scott r ecently announced that F lorida State Parks are now the nation's only three-time winner of the National Gold M edal Award for Excellence in the management of state park systems. The award was presented during the National Recreation and Park Association's Annual Congress and Exposition in Houston. The Association, in partnership with the American Academy for Park and Recreation A dministration, presents the award to communities that demonstrate excellence in long-range planning, r esource management and administrating a complex system of state parks. This achievement makes F lorida the only system in the nation to win a third Gold M edal award. In fact, no other system has ever won two Gold M edal awards. S ince 1935, Florida's Park Se r vice have been working to provide recreational activities for the community, while preserving, protecting, interpreting and restoring natural r esources in the area. Fo r more information about the Gold Medal Awards,visit www.nrpa.org/awards or www.aapra.org.Health First NewFit earns accreditationH ealth First NewFit has announced it has earned national accreditation from the American College of Surgeons. Health First NewFit has been accredited as a Level 1 facility under the Bariatric Su r gery Center Network A ccreditation Program of the A CS. To earn the accreditation, H ealth First NewFit met the essential criteria that ensure its ability to support a bariatric surgical care program and the institutional performance requirements outlined by the BSCN Accreditation Standards. In the United States, more than 15 million people suffer from severe obesity, and the numbers continue to increase. Obesity increases the risks of morbidity and mortality because of the diseases and conditions that are commonly associated with it, such as T ype II diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular disease, among other health r isks. At the present time, weightloss surgery provides the only effective, lasting relief from severe obesity. Therefore, the ACS believes it is of utmost importance to extend its quality initiatives to accrediting bariatric surgery centers so that it can assist the public in identifying those facilities that provide optimal surgical care for patients who undergo this surgical procedu re. Fo r more information about He alth First NewFit,visit www.newfitnewlife.com.Where your donation dollars goR unning a nonprofit foundation/museum in this day and age has its challenges. M eeting mission and goals r equires revenue and as is only one salaried employee for the museum. The bulk of the funds go to the operational expenses, such as rent, electricity, office supplies etc. This enables the museum to maintain educational exhibits and provide school field trips and group-guided tours lectures, demonstrations and hands-on exhibits for interactive learning. Fo r more information,contact Karan Conklin at the S pace Walk of Fame Museum at (321) 264-0434 or email info@spacewalkoffame.com. Pr oceeds will benefit the U.S. Space Walk of Fame M useum, located at 4 Main S t., in Downtown Titusville. Launch consoles are located at the Space Walk of Fame M useum in downtown T itusville. These consoles launched A tlas/Centaur rockets for more than 40 years and are now on display in the museum. The Space Walk of Fame M useum is a hands-on museum. Visitors can flip switches that turn on and off systems to the various control panels, just like the engineers who launched the rockets. The gift shop is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. B ecome a member of the S pace Walk of Fame!A resource to help clarify Medicare insurance optionsThere are more Medicare insurance options than ever before, and navigating through the information can be time consuming and confusing. To help people find the r ight plan for them, Wuesthoff H ealth System has launched a free Medicare Insurance H elpline at (855) 256-1505. The new helpline, serviced by M edicare Compare USA, is staffed by licensed Medicare insurance specialists, who provide unbiased assistance. R epresentatives are also available to assist in the enrollment process and answer Medicare-related questions. All helpline services are provided at no cost, as M edicare Compare USA is compensated by the plan chosen by the Medicare beneficiary. F or more information about the services offered by M edicare Compare USA, contact Chuck Chaput, EVP Marketing at (360) 201-0261 or at chuck.chaput@medicarecompareusa.com. Fo r more information about W uesthoff Health System,visit www.Wuesthoff.com. MELBOURNE Eastern F lorida State College closed the fall semester with yet another milestone for the blossoming school. On Thursday, Dec. 19, the first graduating class from Eastern Florida State College accepted their diplomas at two fall commencement ceremonies, after hearing a call from college president Dr. Jim Richey to become role models. Fo r merly known as Breva rd C ommunity College, the school changed its name to Eastern Florida S tate College on July 1 a change that reflected the college's expanding mission to offer four-year bachelor's degrees. C urrently, Eastern Florida offers two bachelor degree programs Business and H ealth Care and Information Technologies. The college plans to offer another eight bachelor's degrees, which are scheduled to start in August 2014, pending approval from the Florida Department of Education. Eastern Florida State College still continues to offer its traditional curriculum of more than 100 two-year degrees and certificate programs. N early 2,000 students we re eligible to walk across the King Center for the Performing Arts stage at the college's Melbourne campus. Of the 2,000 students eligible to attend the commencement ceremonies, an estimated 1,200 received degrees for the fall term, while another 800 received their degrees at the end of the summer term in August, when no ceremony was held. "D uring your time here, y ou explored your potential. You took steps to achieve your dreams and y ou leave here today, confident that you are on the ro ad to a successful life," Dr Richey told the inaugur al graduates. "Like your parents, family members and friends, I'm extremely proud of you. I have great confidence in what the future holds, knowing the personal qualities that brought you to this wonderful moment will guide y ou in the years ahead." F or more information visit www.easternflorida.edu. 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held in March. T he flight is $175 per person; call the Museum gift shop for details at (321) 268-1941.Melbourne Civic Theatre's 201314 Season "There Goes the Bride" by Ray Cooney and John Chapman: Jan. 17 (2014) through Feb. 23. "Grand Hotel the Musical" by Luther Davis, Robert Wright, George F orrest and Maury Yeston: March 21 through April 23. "Night of the Iguana" by T ennessee Williams: May 16 through June 22. T he Melbourne Civic Theatre is at LeGallerie Plaza, 817 E. Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne. T icket costs: Flex Pass Adult: $115, Senior/Military/Student $105 (five shows Christmas show not included in Flex P ass), plus a $2 credit card service charge. F or more information or tickets, call (321) 723-6935, email info@mymct.org or visit www.mymct.org.King Center musical lineupT he King Center for the Pe r forming Arts at 3865 N. W ickham Road, in Melbourne, has announced its season music lineup. T ickets are on sale now for a variety of music, dance and holiday entertainment coming your way at the King Center. Jackie Evancho: Sunday, Jan. 5, 7 p.m. Peking Acrobats: T uesday, March 18, at 7 p.m. Single Tickets may be purchased by visiting kingcenter.com or by calling the King Center Ticket Office at (321) 2 42-2219. Ticket office hours are Monday through Friday, By now we have all opened those gifts and found either gold or coal. Today one of the most popular gifts is a simple gift card. This allows you to use the funds on the card for whatever you want. Unless it's for a specific store or r estaurant. So y our conundrum may be deciding which golf clubs y ou want to spend that money on. Are today's clubs worth the investment? One of the fortunate perks of my job is being able to test and r eview the latest in golf equipment technology. My bag usually has an extra club or three, or an extra sleeve of new balls to try out and then report my findings back to the manufacturer. M any of my golf buddies get to try the clubs as I need input from more than just one person. The question I find myself asked most often by my fellow golfers is Does the technology really change that much from year to year to warrant me spending money on new clubs?" It 's a good question. When most of us are watching every nickel and dime, spending a few hundred dollars on that new driver or even more on new irons may be difficult to justify. Especially if your spouse or partner doesnt play golf. W ith the size limits on drivers set at a maximum of 460cc, manufacturers have taken to putting as much technology as possible into that space. They now use exotic materials and move w eight around to put it to better use. They have also made it so that we can make adjustments ourselves to our drivers. We can set the loft, open or close the face, and more. Dr ivers no longer have grooves on the face. They have etching that resembles grooves. This allows the face to be made thinner, with less chance of breakage. The thinner face is livelier, producing more ball speed and the weight savings allows designers to put that w eight in places where it will help you hit the ball straighter. The result is a driver that is easier to hit farther and straighter than those from a few years ago. The biggest leaps in clubs have come in the manufacturing process. Companies use CNC milling to make the faces of irons perfectly flat. They use lasers to cut the grooves to NASA-like precision. W ith today's technology, it's possible to build irons with multiple materials instead of just steel. Titanium has a 42 percent lighter density than steel, while tungsten is twice as heavy. U sing these materials allows designers to move weight to places that help optimize the center of gravity on the club. The lower and deeper they can place the COG, the higher and straighter the ball launches. T oday's irons are all strong-lofted. The loft of y our new pitching wedge may be closer to what you had in your 9 or 8-iron years back. However, by using different materials in the head and moving the COG, they keep the same trajectory of the old iron, but with greater distance. Imagine a ball coming off the face of yo ur 8-iron with the same high trajectory, but with 6iron speed. You get a shot that drops softly, while traveling farther. C asting processes have come a long way, too. C ompanies have the ability to cast faces less than two millimeters thick. Designers then use that weight savings to increase perimeter w eighting, improving forgiveness. M ost important is that the ability to cast this technology and design improves mass production and lowers costs, giving us a more affordable club with stateof-the-art technology. At one time all forged clubs were muscle-backs with little forgiveness, making them difficult for r ecreational golfers to play and enjoy. With CNC milling machines and lasers, designers can now carve portions from the forged heads giving them the same perimeter weighting once found only in cast clubs. C omputer simulators also play a role in measuring the drag forces of a design as it goes through the grass. This allows designers to adjust the sole of the iron to optimize how it reacts when it strikes the ground and then adjust their design to make the club more efficient for its target audience. We all want feel in our clubs. It usually tells us how w ell or poorly we struck a shot. Designers are now able to measure the sound waves emitted by a club as it strikes a ball at various points on the face. Engineers then design and implement dampening inserts and stiffening ribs to make the club sound and feel better. We 'v e come a long way in terms of how well and how advanced we build golf equipment. If you have a few holiday bucks to spend on equipment, rest assured that it will be a good investment. Ja mes Stammer has been an avid golfer and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years.He hosts the Thursday N ight Golf Show on WSTU 1450-AM.Contact him at stammergolf@yahoo.com. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, December 27, 2013 Melbourne B5 080471 080216 080348CROTONCUTS14 78 Aurora Road € Melbourne €(321)242-6001pick and go (long hair extra)$35*must present couponPermanentWaveFull Service Salon with the Best Prices inTown! 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 080218Surgery, 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 Mention this ad for20%OFFyour event! 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noon to 4 p.m. Closed Saturday and Sunday. T icket/hotel packages are available by calling (321) 4335824.Argentine tango offered on beachsideArgentine-inspired tango is offered free every Sunday at the Neptune Bar & Grill, 1462 Highway A1A, Satellite Beach from 6-8:30 p.m. T his is free Argentine and American dance with Walter and Barbara. Come out and listen to the dance tunes of Buenos Aires and practice your tango steps, all along an intimate dance floor. Happy hour is from 5-7 p.m. daily. F ree dance in December, starts at 6 p.m. The venue is rounded off with live entertainment, featuring Dolores and Guillermo from Buenos Aires, with live guitar and dance performance of tango salon, milonga and waltz. Now through Jan. 5, Walter and Barbara will be hosting the milonga, while Dolores and Guillermo are on tour in Europe. F or more information, call (321) 622-6780 and visit Fa cebook at porunacabezamilonga.A Classic Christmas Animated Holiday Light Show'T he Port Canaveral Association, a not-for-profit in Port Canaveral, whose mission is to promote commercial familyoriented development in Port Canaveral through special events and marketing, has announced the Port Canaveral "A Classic Christmas Animated Holiday Light Show Extravaganza." T his is a unique free event that is totally family oriented, will feature children talking reindeer, Santa, vendors and more. (Glen Cheek Drive). T he extravaganza will be hosted through Jan. 5 from 6-11 p.m. nightly in the Cove at Port Canaveral on Glen Cheek Drive. T he event will be collecting coats and jackets for Brevard homeless students. Please donate! F or more information, visit www.VisitPortCanaveral.com.Screening of Downton Abbey' before it airs on TVT he King Center for the Pe r forming Arts and WUCF TV, Central Florida's PBS station are hosting a free screening of the first hour of Season 4 British drama "Downton Abbey" before it airs Jan. 5 on television stations around the country. F ans can enjoy the first hour of Season 4 at a free premiere on Monday, Dec. 16, at the King Center for the Performing Arts in Melbourne. This event is open to the public at 6:30 p.m. Guests are encouraged to arrive early for best-available seating, and dress as their favorite "Downton Abbey" character or in period attire for the events. Season 4 "Downton Abbey" premieres at 9 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 5, on WUCF TV and airs over eight Sundays through Feb. 23. T he most-watched drama in PB S history enters its fourth season with the whole world waiting to learn how beloved characters deal with a shocking tragedy. All who tuned in last season know that Matthew Crawley heir to Downton Abbey, husband to Lady Mary and brand-new father to a baby boy and successor lies dead on a country road next to his overturned roadster. On top of this, the family is still grieving over the death in childbirth of Sybil, Mary's youngest sister, who also left a baby behind. Season 4 opens six months later during the 1920s. The acclaimed ensemble is back together with returning guest star Academy Award-winner Shirley MacLaine and new guest star Paul Giamatti. Also joining the cast this season are Harriet Walter, Gary Carr, Joanna David and Tom Cullen. V iewership and social media buzz have been soaring since the series launched in January 2 01 1. Season 3 reached a record 24.1 million viewers, more than any other drama in the history of PBS, and the season had the highest Twitter buzz ever for public television. W ritten and created by Julian F ellowes, "Downton Abbey" Season 4 is a Carnival/MASTERPI E CE Co-Production. T he series' many accolades include nine Emmys, two Golden Globes and a coveted Screen Actors Guild Award for the ensemble cast. F or more information, visit http://www.59e59.org/moreinfo.php?showid=137 or visit squonkopera.org or www.facebook.com/squonkoperdrummer.V endors, restaurants needed for K ey Lime Pie FestivalT he Florida Key Lime Pie Company will be presenting the Third Annual Florida Key Lime Pie Festival at 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 18. T he Festival will be held at Kiwanis Island Park, 951 Kiwanis Island Park Road, Merritt Island, and will be emceed by Brighthouse Channel 13's entertainment reporter/news anchor Allison W alker. T his year's theme is "Fresh from Florida," and the event will feature Florida's state chef and culinary ambassador, along with a diversity of the Space Coast's most savored and well respected restaurants, showcasing dishes reflecting their chefs' unique culinary flare, utilizing an infusion and presentation of Florida's infamous citrus favorite, the Key Lime. T he Florida Key Lime Pie Company will be sponsoring Florida's Miss Florida Key Lime Pie Contest, as well as the company's ever-popular Florida K ey Lime Pie Eating Contest. T he event will also feature a K ey Lime Chilihead's Hot Sauce Competition and The Best of Florida's Bartenders Key Lime Pie Martini and Key Lime Pie Margarita Challenge. T he highlight of this year's event is The Florida Key Lime Pie Company will be creating the World's Largest Key Lime Pie and hosting a Key Lime Pie W restling Contest. F or more information, visit the festival's website at www.floridakeylimepiefestival.c om. T he cost for adults to attend is $10 for children 5-12 $5 and children 4 and younger are free. F riday, December 27, 2013 B6 MelbourneHometown News 080485€ Children Welcome € Veneers € Whitening € Root Canals € Crowns € TMJDisorder € One-Visit Restorations € Dental Emergencies Seen Promptly € Cosmetic Dentistry € Dentures € Implant RestorationsMon-Tue-Thu 7:30-5:30 € Wed 12:30-7:30John T. Bailey, DMDServing Brevard For 28 Years723-0938917 S. Wickham Rd. € W. Melbourne € 32904Comprehensive Evaluation € Quality Work at a Quality PriceAny patient and any other person responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or be reimbursed for pay ment for any other service, Examinations or treatment which is performed as a result and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free service, examination or treatment. 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