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MELBOURNE The second payment did the trick. T aking on a persona not his own, Detective Rodney Anderson waited patiently in his vehicle, as the suspect he'd been in contact with for weeks prepared to give him the money, in exchange for a murder. It was all a part of the agreement. "I t' s a skill that has to be honed; to blend in within the wide open," Detective Anderson said later about the recent investigation, which remains ongoing. N ot much can be said about the case, at this time, D etective Anderson said, but he revealed that his r ecent undercover sting surrounded a local man, who wanted someone dead a person, who had wronged him and his brother and, who is now the boyfriend of his exlover. "It's difficult to go into details because it's a major part of the case, but he had specifics about how he wanted this done," Detective Anderson said about the intended kill for hire. "H is main intended person was the male, but he kept alluding to me that he wanted the female (killed) at some point." D espite the risk involved, Detective Anderson said he loves what he does.Officer receives recognition for time posing as hitman MELBOURNE MAX' IS S MARTHe plays in his cat condo,' snuggles and runs around the house P ageA7 INSIDEV ol. 10, No. 37 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, April 4, 2014 SOMETHINGBIGIS COMING 042514 098897 FRIDAY, APRIL 4 Nautical antiques: The Brevard Antiques and C ollectibles Club will hold its monthly meeting Friday Ap r il 4 at The Suntree/Viera P ublic Library, 902 Jordan B lass Drive, Suntree, at 10 a.m. The subject will be "N autical." Please bring one item for study and discussion. F or additional information,call George at (321) 254-5831 or Melinda at (321) 777-1374. There is a different topic at each meeting. The group is open to anyone having an interest in learning about antiques and collectibles. Container gardening: The Melbourne Garden Club will meet Friday, April 4 at Eau Gallie Public Library on Pineapple Ave., in Melbourne, from 10 a.m. to noon. The guest speaker will be Elfrieda Tullar, and the program will be about container gardening." F or more information, contact Sandi Dix at (321) 952-5618. Golf the private Suntree C ountry with Sheriff W ayne Ivey: Se r ene Harbor's "Drive Away Domestic V iolence" will be Friday, Ap r il 4 at 1 p.m. at the S untree Country Club. It will be a shotgun scramble. Each golfer will receive a certificate to play Suntree C ountry Club during his or her off season for only $35 (that works out to $67.50 a r ound on a private course). Y ou also have the chance to win a four-door Fiat, donated by Fiat of Melbourne, with a hole-in-one. There will be goodie bags for all players. Win an O dyssey Putter from Joe R aley of State Farm during the putting contest. There will be lots of prizes and contests. Suntree/Viera Public Libr ary: The library will offer the following events from April 4-11 at 902 Jo r dan Blass Drive, Melbourne: Brevard Antiques & C ollectibles group: 1-3 p.m. Fr iday, April 4. Read to a Dog program: 3:30-4:30 p.m. Friday, April 4. American Girl History M ystery Book Club: 1-3 p .m. Saturday, April 15. Suntree Garden Club: 9 a.m. to noon, Monday, April 7. Wednesday Group Art F OODB1 IN DEXE NTREES WITH A TWISTCalendarA1 ClassifiedB6 Crossword B4 Horoscopes B1 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Entertainment B3 V iewpoint A6Community CalendarSee CALENDAR, A3 Headed to the Big Leagues Photo by Paul LepinskieJohn Woodson, 12, of Melbourne leaves the field with Bob Henley, third-base coach for the Washington Nationals after throwing out the first pitch at the Washington Nationals Spring Training Game, Saturday, March 22. John and several other local kids got to watch the game, courtesy of the Washington Nationals and Wheelchairs 4 Kids. Wheelchairs 4 Kids is a Florida-based charity that provides wheelchairs and fun for children with differing abilities. This is the third year in a row that the Nationals and Wheelchairs 4 Kids provided a day at Space Coast Stadium.Event to benefit domestic violence centerMELBOURNE Since 1992, one local organization has helped victims of domestic violence get back on their feet, making sure they have access to the services they need. Se r ene Harbor, Inc., has been a safe haven for women and children, while also providing outr each help for men, in the Space Coast community. To help raise domestic violence awareness, Se r ene Harbor, together with Sophisticated Gents and Charm Magazine, will host its fifth annual What a Girl Wants" event on Friday, April 11 at the Melbourne Auditorium from 4 to 9 p.m. R egistration is available online through Thursday, April 10 to obtain advanced pricing, while tickets will also be sold at the door. General admission is $15 in advance and $20 at the door. VIP tickets are $35 in advance and $40 at the door, if available. This evening event will include shopping, chocolate, fashion and firefighters, with more than 60 vendors, a silent auction, raffles and events on stage. Na ncy Peltonen, director of marketing and fundraising for Serene H arbor, said she is looking forward to another fabulous event, as "What a Girl Wants" is "going big" this year. The itinerary includes a musical performance from Janna Ivey, daughter of Brevard County S heriff Wayne Ivey; Alfie S ilva, a Las Vegas singing impersonator, who performs as Elvis, Frank S inatra, Dean Martin and J ohnny Cash; female employees of the Sheriff's Office, modeling clothing from Dillard's in the Melbourne Square College to host open house for current, prospective studentsMELBOURNE Those looking to further their education and bolster their futures are invited to attend an open house at the Melbourne campus of Eastern Florida State College on Wednesday, April 9 from 5 to 7 p.m. The event will take place in Building 7, Room 114. B oth current and prospective students are invited to the event, in which they will also have the chance to apply and r egister for classes. "P r ospective students will have the opportunity to hear about more than 100 degree and certificate programs, currently available at Eastern Florida S tate College, including N ursing and Health Sciences, Career and Technical programs, Public Safety and the like," said John J. Glisch, associate vice president of communications. Those, who attend W ednesday's open house, will also have the opportunity to interact with r epresentatives from campus clubs and activities, as well as staff from Y outh concerto winners to perform, help collect food, this weekendBREVARD Some of the S pace Coast's most talented y outh will host a night full of wonderful music, while giving back to those in need. On Sunday, April 6, the Br evard Symphony Youth Orchestra will host its eighth annual Concerto C ompetition Winners' R ecital at Suntree United M ethodist Church, beginning at 3:30 p.m. The concert is free and will feature three teen winners of the annual competition, along with the group's P hilharmonic orchestra and select chamber music ensembles. The BSYO requests that concert attendees bring a canned good or nonperishable food item for the "O r chestra's Feeding America" national food drive. Lourdes Quintero, executive director of the BSYO, is excited for the winners of this year's Concerto Competition to share their talents with Brevard residents. "W e began the competition with 13 candidates," she said. "Round one was held on Dec. 9, 2013, and r ound two was held on Jan. 20. Participants were judged on tone quality, intonation, rhythm, technique, interpretation, musicianship and bowing for strings and articulation for woodwinds." R achel Ho, 16, of Melbourne, was named theBy Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com See OPEN HOUSE, A7By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com See Y OUTH, A8Shopping, chocolate and firefighters among What a Girl Wants'By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.comSee GIRL, A2By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See H ITMAN, A4 092338 Lic.# 178€ 321-984-8091 € www.popcornremoval.comOccupied Homes Our Speciality POPCORN CEILINGSRemoved,Replaced with Knock DownJOSEPH STEVENS AND SONSLicensed,Bonded & Insured € All Major Credit Cards AcceptedJMJ Guaranteed Work Since 1970Thanks To God Who Created Us! EXTERIOR PAINTING:€ Cleaning and Removing Mildew € Seal Cracks &Caulk € 100% Acrylic Paint € Waterproo“ngINTERIOR PAINTING:€ All Prep Work € Install Crown Moulding € Replace w/Custom Textures

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M all, who will be escorted by dogs from the "Paws and St r ipes" program; and a Br azilian martial arts demonstration. The night will be capped off with another fashion show from the men of the Br evard County Sheriff's Office, as well as Brevard C ounty Fire Rescue, modeling clothing from Dillard's. There are lots of prizes in store," Ms. Peltonen said. "S heriff Ivey will be the emcee." There are also a handful of VIP tickets available for What a Girl Wants," which are going quickly. "M y suggestion is for people to go online as soon as possible to purchase them," Ms. Peltonen added. "The VIP tickets include access to the VIP lounge with couches, food, a swag bag,' beverages and VIP seating for the entire evening's programs." In addition to a night full of fabulous entertainment, attendees can also try to snag some great prizes during the silent auction or try their luck in the raffle. "W e have lots of baskets featuring wine, chocolates, jewelry, gift certificates, home dŽcor, purses, shawls, crystal, restaurant certificates, ballroom dance lessons, household cleaning certificates and much more," Ms. Peltonen said. F unds raised during What a Girl Wants" will help Serene Harbor with all of its projects. "W e now have a new petfriendly facility where the women, coming into our shelter, are able to bring their dogs and cats with them," Ms. Peltonen said. They don't have to choose between being safe and leaving their pet behind." Se r ene Harbor's pet facility opened in February and hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday, March 18. "W e also provide an eightw eek prevention program for third-graders, discussing bullying, dealing with diversity, disappointment and healthy relationships," Ms. P eltonen added. S hockingly, Ms. Peltonen said that in 2012, there was a 150 percent increase over 2011 in murders and manslaughter, all due to domestic violence in Breva rd C ounty. "W e went from four deaths to 10," Ms. Peltonen. "W e are here to make Breva rd a better place, and it is only through the assistance of the community that we will be able to shed light on domestic violence and work toward solutions to reduce the number of incidents." Se r ene Harbor provides training on dating violence, domestic violence, elder abuse and domestic violence in the workplace. What a Girl Wants," hosted by Serene Harbor, in partnership with Sophisticated Gents and Charm M agazine, is Friday, April 11 from 4 to 9 p.m. at the Melbourne Auditorium. F or more information or to r egister,call Nancy Peltonen at (321) 726-0402,email Se r eneHarbor@cfl.rr.com, or visit www.SereneHarbor.org. F riday, April 4, 2014 A2 MelbourneHometown News 783220 2161 AURORA RD.€ MELBOURNE321-421-6277 Visit Us Online:www.brevardaidtoanimals.comBREVARDAIDTOANIMALS € LOW COST SPAY/NEUTER € VACCINATIONS € LABWORK € PUPPY KITTEN PLANS € DENTALS € HEARTWORM PREVENTIONSPRING HAS SPRUNG!Are your fleas popping like flowers?WELLNESS & PREVENTION PRODUCTS AVAILABLELike Us On Facebook 079940Activyl Advantage Z ComfortisCats as low as $1150Dogs as low as $1200 Open for Vet Care We dSat. 7-4 Sick Walk-Ins Welcome! By Amanda Hatfield Anderson Staff writer INDIAN HARBOUR BEACH -For more than 30 y ears, Dan Talarico has been giving the gift of better hearing to his clients. "A friend of mine was a B eltone dealer back home, and he called me up out of the clear blue to see if I wanted to try my hand at it," said Mr. Talarico, a Satellite B each resident. My background was in chemistry and biology, and I had no inclination to go into sales or business." What started out as a possible short-term experiment turned into a long-term profession, that has been satisfying, with non-stop evolution in technology. In 1989, Mr. Talarico opened Riverwalk Hearing C enter in Sebastian, then opened the Indian Harbour B each location in 1998. He later sold his Sebastian location in 2003. "Most of what we deal with at Riverwalk Hearing C enter are people with sensori-neural hearing loss, commonly known as nerve deafness," Mr. Talarico said. "This type of loss is usually caused by prolonged exposure to loud noise, heredity or sickness. Some of the newer medications on the market can also affect a person's hearing." While nerve deafness cannot be taken care of surgically or medically, hearing aids are the only r emedy; however, they do not r estore hearing. "They only accommodate the hearing you still have," Mr. Talarico added. Riverwalk Hearing Center also deals with those who have conductive hearing loss, which occurs when a person suffers some sort of trauma. Mr. Talarico explained that this condition may be r epaired surgically, but if a person does not want to go through the surgical procedure, then they can be helped with hearing aids. "When I first got into the hearing aid business, we only had analog hearing aids, which were basically sound amplifiers," Mr. Talarico said. "For the most part, they amplified everything and background noise was a real problem." He added that if someone had high frequency loss, the hearing aids would still amplify the low frequencies, where the majority of background noise occurs, while the louder sounds were amplified even louder. "In the early 1990s, we brought out analog digitally programmable hearing aids, which allowed us to somewhat shape the hearing aids' response to the person's loss," Mr. Talarico said. These hearing aids were still analog, which continued to bring in too much unwanted, non-verbal background noise. "Finally, in 1998, the manufacturers brought out true digital hearing aids," Mr. T alarico said. The first few generations were a big improvement, but there was still room for improvement with background noise." The hearing aid models that have been available since 2010 are by far the best y et, in Mr. Talarico's opinion. The technology has expanded the frequency r ange, allowing those, who have worn hearing aids for ye ars, to hear so much more than before. Mr. Talarico said that this advancement is extremely beneficial for those who have a problem hearing female and children's voices, television and music. When a client comes to Riverwalk Hearing Center, Mr. Talarico first gives them a hearing test. Based on the r esults, he then goes through which hearing aid models are adequate for the consumer. B uying hearing aids is similar to buying a car; hearing aid manufactures have four to six levels of technology, just as auto makers have multiple levels. "We try to fit a person according to their social interactions, as well as their budget," Mr. Talarico said. "If someone isn't that active, they do not need to purchase more expensive hearing aids, which are geared toward r educing more background noise." The two hearing aid companies Mr. Talarico prefers to work with are P honak and Oticon. "There is so much to do when it comes to programming the digital hearing aids," Mr. Talarico said. "If y ou try to work with several companies, you just can't do the job right." Mr. Talarico said he has selected Phonak and Oticon because he believes they are continuously updating technology, keeping them at the forefront of the industry. One of the most profound advances, as of late, has been the use of FM-enabled technology in hearing aids. "It allows people to change the volume and the programming within the hearing aid, and when it's connected to Bluetooth and the phone rings, the patient can press a button on the r emote and just start talking," he said. "The signal is going right through their hearing aids, amplifying all of the frequencies to the way they are supposed to be." Mr. Talarico added that the FM-enabled hearing aids can even be hooked up to a TV. "I went over to a woman's house to set her hearing aid to her television, and as she w ent room-to-room, she could still hear the TV," he said. "When I got ready to leave, we were out in her driveway and she started laughing, all because she could still hear the television." Another interesting advancement in hearing aids is the clip-on microphone. These enable a single speaker, wearing the microphone, to be heard as far as 45 feet away by the person wearing the hearing aid. "Phonak is working with people, who have Tinnitus, or r inging in the ears," Mr. T alarico said. "There is programming in the hearing aid that allows us to deal with that. Just like the common cold, we know about T innitus, but we don't know how to fix it completely." While very few insurance companies help to take care of hearing aid expenses, Mr. T alarico recognizes the importance of working with his customers to get them exactly what they need. "People are sometimes hesitant to get a hearing aid because of bad experiences others may have had or because of cost, but I have offered full refunds for 25 y ears to those, who weren't happy with their hearing aids," he said. "People will go back and tell their friends about the refund, and I can't look at it as losing a customer, but gaining several." W ith the many changes in the hearing aid industry, Mr. T alarico joked that he is worried the technology will eventually be out of his grasp; however, he is certain about one thing. "The most rewarding part of my job is watching customers be able to hear," he said. "The great thing about the new stuff on the market, even if my clients have worn hearing aids before, is that they are astonished by how well they can hear when they get the newer hearing aids." Riverwalk Hearing Center is located at 728 E. Eau Gallie Bl v d., Indian Harbour Beach. Office hours are Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p .m., Fridays from 8 a.m. to 1 p .m. and Saturdays by appointment only. F or more information, or to make an appointment, call (321) 773-5060. T ime to get your hearing checked? T ime to get your hearing checked? DanTalarico, H.A.S., Owner € 30 Years ExperienceRIVERWALK HEARING CENTER (EST. 1989)728 E. Eau Gallie Blvd, € Indian Harbour Beach, FL321-773-5060WHYPAYSALESCOMMISSION?DEALDIRECTLYWITHTHE OWNER&SAVE! 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US1 GRWExit 273I-95P ine Tree DrORMONDBEACH1385 N. U.S. Hwy 1 € Exit 273 from I-95Ormond Beach, FL 32174800-731-45645270 N. U.S. Hwy 1 Melbourne, FL 32940 800-731-4571 13906 W. ColonialDr. W inter Garden, FL 34787 800-731-4560HOURS Daily 9-6 Sunday 10-5 Group aims to rescue reptiles buried alive by construction projects BREVARD While many r esidents are completely unaware, one species of r eptile is often buried alive during construction projects, sometimes taking up to a year to die, experts said. The Florida gopher tortoise, scientifically known as gopherus polyphemus, is named for its ability to dig deep, underground burrows, many along the Space C oast. The turtles are listed as "keystone species" by the I nternational Union for the Co nservation of Nature and N atural Resources. By d igging deep burrows, the tortoise also creates food and shelter for other animals, such frogs, snakes and mice. How ever, it is digging that can ultimately lead to its demise. "S ince tortoises live underground in burrows, they have one way in and out," said Carissa Kent, a member of Saving Florida's Gopher Tortoises. "These threatened and protected animals are buried alive under development. The most horrifying aspect of this treatment is that it can take up to a year or more for the tortoises to die underground." Ms. Kent said that, due to their slow metabolism and ability to hibernate, it takes many months for the r eptiles to finally succumb to starvation, dehydration and/or suffocation. In addition, tortoises can be crushed, severely injured or killed by construction equipment on the site. In 2007, the state of F lorida required the r elocation or removal of gopher tortoises, prior to construction, listing the r eptile as an endangered species. How ever, Ms. Kent said that "grandfathered" projects, or permits for construction listed before the ruling, are still threatening these animals in their natural habitats. There are a total of 216 (projects) with over 3,500 tortoises listed on them, based on permitted numbers, in Brevard County," Ms. Kent said. "We are working to research all of these permits to determine which properties are alreadydeveloped, partially developed or underdeveloped, so we can save as many tortoises as we can." In Ma r ch, the group re scued five tortoises and one box turtle from construction in Indialantic on a 2.5-acre parcel. The mission of the Saving F lorida's Gopher Tortoises project is to save gopher tortoises from development sites that have "incidental take" permits, which involves construction that can trap the burrowed animals underground, while still alive. The group also promotes conservation and long-term species survival through partnerships with governmental agencies, nonprofits, private business and the F lorida residents. Ms. Kent said that she started the rescue project in collaboration with The H umane Society of the U nited States. "(The Humane Society of the United States) continue to support the project under their Wildlife R esponse and Policy D ivision," she said. "We are able to rescue tortoises, due to the generosity of grants and donations." Te ri R oper, community manager at Falcon Ridge, in association with developers A dams Homes, said that the company ensures that any wildlife is protected during construction projects. "W e go through great lengths (to move the tortoises)," she said. "They can be enclosed for up to a y ear. How cruel is that?" Another representative from the company, who works directly on construction projects, declined to comment and said that protecting wildlife is something they are r equired" to do. S ince 2006, Ms. Kent has r escued more than 4,000 tortoises, with almost all of them being a part of a large, conservation-based r estoration project to return viable and sustainable populations to the Panhandle, which houses a natural r estoration area. The restoration project is at Nokuse Plantation, a 50,000-plus acre protected preserve in Walton County, o wned by MC Davis," she said. Photo courtesy of Carissa Kent One organization is working to protect Gopher Tortoises from being buried alive during construction projects.By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com Club: 12:30-3:30 p.m., W ednesday, April 9. TGIF Peacemakers: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Friday, April 11 Freebuilding with Legos: 3:30-4:30p.m. Friday, April 11. F or more information,call (321) 255-4404. Programs and events at the Eau Gallie Public L ibrary: Fridays, 2-4 p.m. The M aster Gardeners answer y our questions at their w eekly Garden Clinic. (No garden clinic on April 11 Monday, April 7, 7 p.m. 1st Monday with Friends Pr ogram: Doreen DeSerres, from Nature's Spirit, will give a demonstration and teach about the benefits of aromatherapy Friday, April 11, 10 a.m. D iscuss "At Weddings and W akes," by Alice McDermott, with Lou Ortega and The Second Friday Book Group 4/10, 5-7p, The Friends of the Eau Gallie LibraryCalendarF rom page A1 See CALENDARA4

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Sp r ing Book Sale Members Pr eview Friday and Saturday, Ap ri l 11 and 12, 9 a.m. to 4 p .m. The Friends of the Eau Gallie Library Spring B ook Sale Thursdays, 11a.m. Pr eschool Storytime. Join in for songs, stories and a craft Monday, April 21, 3 p.m. After School Craft: Flowers for Earth Day Tuesday, April 22, 3 p.m. Lego Club. Come build. Eau Gallie Public Library is at 1521 Pineapple Ave., M elbourne. C all the library for more information,at (321) 2554304. Second Annual Brevard Wildlife Corridor Expedition: Pr esented by the Br evard Nature Alliance, this unique, multi-day, moving event presents the very best of Brevard's nature and nature-based activities. Ev ents will be held from northern Brevard all the way down to southern Brevard, and will include: kayaking (single and multi-day), bicycling, stand up paddleboarding, horseback riding, fat tire bike rides, hikes, nature presentations and lectures, pontoon boat tours, camping and more. F or more information about this multi-day event, email expedition@brevardnaturealliance.org or call the Brevard Nature Alliance Office at (321) 268-5224.SAT URDAY, A PRIL 5 Lee Miller Memorial G olf Tournament: This tournament will be at 7 a.m. S aturday, April 5 at the Tu rt le Creek Golf Club, 1279 A dmiralty Blvd., Rockledge. Co st is $60 per player. F or reservations and more information,R.S.V.P.to (321) 728-9723 or leemillergolf@clf.rr.com. It's a Clown of a Day' birthday bash: On Saturday, Ap r il 5 from 10 a.m. to 2 p. m., clowns, magic shows, games, raffles and Mash P otato Players creative acting class registrations are just a few of the FUN-tastic activities, celebrating Knucklebones Creative Kids Club's birthday at The Knowledge Exchange, located at 5151 Babcock St., in Palm Bay. H elp Knucklebones celebrate turning 3 at its "It's a Clown of a Day" birthday bash. A dmission is $5; and kids, 11 and younger, are admitted free. F or more information,call (321) 215-1226,email kckclub@aol.com or visit www.knucklebonescreativekidsclub.com. Eau Gallie Civic Center's upcoming events and r egistrations: City of Melbourne's Y outh Basketball League r egistration: Register your son or daughter, ages 6-16, for the city of Melbourne's Y outh Basketball League. R egistration starts at the Eau Gallie Civic Center, 1551 Highland Ave., Melbourne, on Saturday, April 5 from 10 a.m. to noon. If you are interested in vo lunteering or have any questions about registration, in person or online,call (321) 255-4608. Adult Flashlight Easter Eg g Hunt: Friday, April 11, 8-10:30 p.m. at the Eau G allie Civic Center, 1551 H ighland Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 255-4608 for more information. Eau Gallie Civic Center's T een Extreme Summer C amp: This is nine weeks of non-stop exciting activities. D aily field trips include iceskating, bowling, theme and water parks, swimming and more. Cost includes activities. C amp registration can be taken at the Eau Gallie Civic C enter in person or online (Online registration for re gistered users only). He works in the Special O perations Unit of the Melbourne Police Department, where cases "out of the norm" are sent his way. He smiles, as he talks about it. A baseball cap sits comfortably atop his head. He looks at ease, as he proudly displays the badge, hanging from his neck. "I 'm proud of the badge," he said. "Being prior military, I understand the pride that comes with it, and I would never do something to tarnish it. It would crush me." D etective Anderson spent 10 years in the military before making the transition to law enforcement. This is something that I never really aspired toward as a kid," he said. "I was an electrician out of school." He enjoys simple things fishing, hunting, spending time with his family but he said he doesn't relax much. The job won't allow it. "N othing is ever the same," he said. "There is definitely a new twist every day. One day, you're buying drugs, the next, we are doing a murder-for-hire. The next, we are putting a prostitute in jail." This case was no different. It all started when a man approached the department, saying that someone had approached him to kill a man. "H e did a great job, (coming forward)," Detective Anderson said. "If it wasn't for him, the bad guy would have found someone else to do it. So many folks don't want to get involved because of today's society and the fear of retaliation." That is when an undercover Detective Anderson met with the suspect four times, in an unmarked vehicle, to discuss the gory details of the intended murder, while his unit followed closely, doing everything to keep out of sight. "W e had to prove there was intent," he said. "From my knowledge, he had tried this in the past, so we knew this was a reality." He had to act. D etective Anderson had to seem ruthless. A cold and calculative demeanor was needed, something that would not arise suspicion. "Y ou're basically an actor," Detective Anderson said. "It's a little tedious because you always have to play that part when you're around him, and you can't talk and act like a cop, because we have certain things engrained in us. It makes it a challenge, but I r eally enjoy it." They worked out the specifics, something that D etective Anderson said he couldn't elaborate on, and the first payment was taken upfront. N ext, was the tricky part: the suspect needed to believe the man he wanted killed was dead. "W e had to take the intended victim into protective custody for a week," D etective Anderson said. "W e stayed with him 24 hours a day. He was very cooperative with us. He wanted to contact loved ones to say that he was OK, but we didn't want that. We wanted people to think he was gone. His girlfriend even contacted the police." Once the suspect believed the man to be dead, the second payment was handed over to a still undercover Detective Anderson. The second payment was enough for an arrest, and the suspect was taken into custody. F ollowing weeks of hard work, Detective Anderson will be honored for his effort. The Melbourne Police D epartment announced that the 19-year veteran has been named the Department's "Top Cop," which will also make him eligible for Brevard County Officer of the Year. "D etective Anderson's ov erall performance is outstanding," said Melbourne P olice Chief Steve Mimbs in a press statement. "The dedication, persistence and commitment demonstrated by D etective Anderson exemplify the distinctive qualities and accomplishments of an outstanding police officer and reflect highly upon the law enforcement profession." D etective Anderson r eceived this same honor in the past, alongside another officer in 2000, when the two made several arrests, combating drugs within the city. D espite these honors, D etective Anderson r emains humble, insisting that it's "just part of the job." "W e really are all just people," he said. "A lot of people make mistakes and do human things. Once one thing ends, 10 other things take its place. It's unfortunate that it's never-ending. I think the state of the economy is making a lot of good folks do things they would have never dreamed of." 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TIMETABLE4:00 pmPacket pick up and day of registration at Fellowship United Methodist Church 4:45 pmRegistration ends/Child care opens 5:30 pmRace Start 6:45 pmKids Run 7:00 pmAwards Ceremony 7:15 pmChild Care Ends 7:30 pmEaster Egg Hunt/Bonfire StartREGISTRATIONFEESEarly (ends 03/01/14) $25 € Timely (ends 04/01/14) $28 € Late $30 € Team of 4 or more $25/pp Mail checks to: Fellowship United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 110307, PalmBay, FL 32911-0307Race packets can be picked up prior to race day atSports Authority1750 Evans Rd, Melbourne, FL 32904 Friday, April 18th, 2:30-6:30 pm or day of race at FUMC For more information, go to Fellowship United Methodist Church at: www.fellowshippalmbay.org/eggscramble5k Proceeds Benefit

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, April 4, 2014 Melbourne A5 096856 783318 092631 Police Report Melbourne Police Department Jeffery L. Smith, 59, of 881 Sarno Road, Melbourne, was charged Ma r ch 21 with aggravated battery causing bodily harm. Kevin McCort, 40, of 304 Lincoln Ave. E., M elbourne, was charged Ma r ch 22 with fraudswindling to obtain property. Luis Rivera, 34, of 630 T ennessee St., West Melbourne, was charged Ma r ch 22 with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of cocaine and r esisting arrest without violence. Jamie Ericka Raper, 34, of 2028 Stewart Road, M elbourne, was charged Ma r ch 23 with child neglect causing great bodily harm. Donald Akers, 27, of 2351 Dakota Drive, Melbourne, was charged Ma r ch 24 with grand theft and resisting arrest without violence. Daniel L. Byrd, 55, of 1010 Brothers St., Melbourne, was charged Ma r ch 24 with aggravate battery with a deadly w eapon, aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon and carrying a concealed weapon. Ronald Feldpusch, 43, of 821 Azalea Court, M elbourne, was charged Ma r ch 24 on an out-ofcounty warrant, with driving while license suspended/revoked, r efusing to submit to a balance test, felony battery and felony driving under the influence. Aaron Joseph Gaudet, 43, of 4407 Plomton Drive, M elbourne, was charged Ma r ch 24 with aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon. Shane Justin Halberstadt, 37, of 62 Sweet Sue Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged March 24 with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, burglary with assault/battery and criminal mischief-property damage. Jami Johnson, 37, of 2785 Mariah Drive, Melbourne, was charged Ma r ch 24 with kidnappingfalse imprisonment of an adult, criminal mischiefproperty damage and felony battery. Eugene Nelems, 38, of 2901 Albemarle St., Melbourne, was charged Ma r ch 24 with driving while license suspended, having no proof of insurance and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana. Tameka L. Owens, 40, of 911 Almond Blvd., M elbourne, was charged Ma r ch 25 with aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon and felony battery. Leroy Lester Smith, 37, of 504 Roberts St., Melbourne, was charged Ma r ch 25 with petit larceny and felony on-site violation of probation. Willie Hampton, 22, of 6900 Woodlake Drive N.E., P alm Bay, was charged Ma r ch 26 with possession of marijuana with intent to sell, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana, resisting arrest without violence and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Teresa Darlene Wagster, 33, of 1414 Lillian Lane, M elbourne, was charged Ma r ch 27 with grand theft auto, possession of drug paraphernalia, larceny, dealing in stolen property and fraud-giving a false statement of ownership to a secondhand property dealer.P alm Bay P olice Department Lonnie Michael Muska, 46, of 121 Seahorse Circle S.E., Palm Bay, was charged March 21 with fleeing/attempting to elude a police officer and felony driving under the influence. Steven Sean Jackson, 25, of 784 Cadez St. N.E., P alm Bay, was charged Ma r ch 22 with felony child abuse and felony child neglect. Jennifer Hanna Jones, 27, of 1666 Wainwright St. S.E., Palm Bay, was charged March 23 with fraud-illegal use of credit cards and larceny of a credit card. Carolyn Lani Karsk, 28, of 784 Cadez St. N.E., Palm Ba y, was charged March 24 with felony child abuse and felony child neglect. Lucious Williams Mc Ka y, 35, of 2826 S tarlight Circle, Palm Bay, was charged March 25 as a habitual traffic offender driving on a suspended license and with felony battery. Michelle Alisha Mosinak, 34, of 926 Burn Drive, P alm Bay, was charged Ma r ch 27 with grand theft auto, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Jermaine Williams, 38, of 1970 Academy St. N.E., P alm Bay, was charged Ma r ch 27 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of cocaine, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a weapon/ammo by a convicted felon, resisting arrest without violence, felony violation of a municipal ordinance and felony violation of a county ordinance.W est Melbourne P olice Department Victoria Janelle Pederson Marulanda, 18, of 2901 Albemarle St., Melbourne, was charged March 21 with larceny. Crystal Michelle D attilo, 32, of 1749 Cedarwood Drive, Melbourne, was charged March 24 as an out-of-state fugitive, with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, larceny and felony violation of probation. Megan Cantor, 37, of 335 Patrick Circle, Melbourne, was charged Ma r ch 25 with larceny.Brevard County Sheriff's Office Daniel Charles Foster, 19, of 314 Hibiscus Trail, M elbourne, was charged Ma r ch 21 with two counts of dealing in stolen property. Tarick Abdul Rahman Z ein, 19, of 305 Largo Circle, West Melbourne, was charged March 21 with grand theft of a firearm, r esisting arrest without violence, possession of liquor by a person younger than 21, driving under the influence and felony contempt of court. Breanna V. Jordan, 23, of 1420 Avocado St., M elbourne, was charged Ma r ch 22 with selling drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia and two counts of felony on-site violation of probation. John Robert Miles, 30, of 2494 San Juan Circle, M elbourne, was charged march 22 with possession of cocaine, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, r esisting arrest without violence and possession of drug paraphernalia. David Carl Ashby, 40, of 4455 New Haven Ave. W., M elbourne, was charged Ma r ch 24 on an out-ofcounty warrant, with r esisting arrest without violence and felony battery on an officer/firefighter/EMT. Christina Jo Brown, 46, of 2865 Colbert Circle, M elbourne, was charged Ma r ch 26 with possession of cocaine, smuggling contraband into detention center and prostitution/lewdness. Marcos Antonio Ro sado, 57, of 1383 Croftwood Drive, Melbourne, was charged March 26 with fraud-issuing a check with insufficient funds to obtain goods/services. 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. R egistration deadlines are: city residents, April 12 from 9:30-11:30 a.m.; and non-residents, April 16 beginning at 9 a.m. C all (321) 255-4608 for more information. City of Melbourne's Y outh Basketball League r egistration: J oin in, and re gister your son or daughter, ages 6-16, for the city of Melbourne's Y outh Basketball League. R egistration starts at the Eau Gallie Civic C enter, 1551 Highland Av e ., in Melbourne, on S aturday, April 5 from 10 a.m. to noon. Y ou can register in person at the Eau Gallie Civic Center or online, if y ou are an online re gistered user. C all for more information about registering online. The cost per player is $38 for city of Melbourne r esidents and $45 for r esidents of the county or another city. P lease bring a copy of y our child's birth certificate and correct T-shirt size at the time of r egistration. Payment can be made by cash, check, money order, Visa, D iscover or MasterCard. Pr actices for the Youth B asketball League begin the week of May 27. If you are interested in v olunteering or have any question about registration,call (321) 255-4608. A home for pollinators: J oin native bee enthusiasts Peggy and T om Cavanaugh to learn about the global pollinator crisis and how to build a bee habitat at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, Ap r il 5 at the Barrier I sland Center, 8385 S. H ighway A1A, Melbourne Beach. F or more information or to enroll,call (321) 723-3556 or visitCalendarF rom page A4

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A6 Melbourne THIS WEEKS LUCKY THIS WEEKS LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLE Is this your license plate number? Go to the nearest HTNOffice to verify by noon Tuesday.GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY! STOPBY ANY OFFICEOR CALL!!! I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 079913WIN$100 WIN$100This W eeks Prize This W eeks PrizeCONGRATULATIONS TOLASTWEEKS WINNEROF$200 SHERRYROWLAND OFPALMBAY! Insulted by the credit unionI have been insulted by the Navy Federal Credit U nion. I am a Vietnam veteran, was part of the first U.S. Navy K9 Corp, walked the fence-line nightly, then went on to serve in the fleet for the remaining years in my enlistment. I've lived in a Navy town all my adult life Jacksonville always seen the Navy Federals in the neighborhood; but now, residing in Satellite Beach, I decided to make N avy Federal my bank; but, when I went in to open my account, I was told I did not qualify a U.S. military veteran, a Vietnam vet, a Navy veteran but I am not good enough to have an account with the Navy Federal Cr edit Union. I guess my time wasn't good enough? All gave some, some gave all ... S hame on you, Navy Federal.W etland development in Brevard CountyI nstead of spending the (Brevard) County Commission's time, effort and taxpayer money to determine which wetlands to open up for development, why don't y ou look into offering incentives to redevelop existing crumbling and functionally abandoned properties? T wo examples: the former Port Malabar bowling center and the former shopping center site at U.S. H ighway 1 and Port Malabar Boulevard. We should fully use and provide county/city services to the existing developed properties, before encouraging commercial or residential "new" development. Pa rt isan politics aside, whose interests do our elected officials protect? They should be representing the individual taxpayers who have to cover the "tax holiday incentives" given to new and expanding businesses or the residents whose quality of life and property values have plummeted, partially due to the blight of abandoned properties.Guns in the hands of childrenThe very first time I heard when a child at the age of 7 found a gun. She thought it was a toy and shot her 9y ear-old sister. The year was 1983, and it was my niece. S ince then, I have been hearing on the news about a lot of these kids, who some-how are getting these guns and shooting kids or adults. No w I'm 59 years young, and when I was a kid, I never heard of this on the news. The parent or parents are not keeping their guns in a secure place, and that is how these kids are getting these guns. My niece found this loaded gun under the bed of my sister, and this disturbed me very much that my own sister would be so careless to do such a thing. What is going on? S omehow, people have got to secure these weapons, so that these kids cannot get them. I find it very sad that a lot of these kids are getting shot at such a young age. Where is the care?The problem with credit cardsI have noticed that too many people are having their identities stolen, because they used their credit card or debit card. There must be a way to secure this problem, because too many people are being affected by this problem. Look what happened to Target, alone, and how many people were affected by what happened there? This problem has increased too much. Ev en my tenant had this problem. The fraud department called him because someone had gotten his numbers and went online and ordered more than a $1,000 worth of different things. He was told that this happened at 12:40 a.m. He was asleep at that time, and he does not do any online ordering. These people have some sort of "gizmo" that sends out a signal and picks up your numbers that are in your wallet or purse. There is also a skimmer that gets your numbers, also. This has caused too many problems for people that it has gotten out of hand. I think this online ordering should not be allowed, I also think that when people use their card, they should have a picture of themselves on the card, plus they should be asked to show that the card they have belongs to them. I'm not sure if this would stop this problem, but it may cause less problems.P arrots watching televisionPr epare yourself with legitimate knowledge and any history relative to the topic. Y ou saturate yourself daily by a false media and then embarrass yourself by repeating it. Gi ve the people, who fact check Fox and (your) friends, a break. Y ou become a parrot, and I, for one, am sick and tired of it.P olice: Response to responseFi rst off, you live in Rockledge, where maybe the police actually do their jobs. S econd, you admit that you have received a "couple" of speeding tickets, which you admit was your own stupidity. I'm just wondering where you get off criticizing other people, who have no speeding tickets, and pay the taxes for the police to keep us safe. I work very hard and pay the taxes to have police protection, and when I see them sleeping or whatever they are so-called doing for over an hour in Wickham Pa rk yes, I do wonder what they are doing. My job allows me a half an hour for lunch. And yes, I can prove everything I say. Can you? O h, that's right, you are one of those people, who gets speeding tickets, all the time. Ye s, I work full time but, when I see the police blatantly taking advantage of our taxes, then yes, I am concerned. F unny, that all these negative newspaper articles that I have clipped, show no follow up as to what happened to the police person, who violated the law. Ye s, I have better things to do with my time, but, when I see how I, and the public, are being taken advantage of then, yes, I am concerned. So maybe it's not me, who needs to get a life but, you. And have you considered slowing down and keeping our children safe from speeding vehicles?Racetracks vs. schoolsS omeone needs to explain why $400 million is going into improving a raceway, while schools are closing down for lack of funds. I just heard this on the news about this money going into a raceway and then a school closing down for lack VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, APRIL 4, 2014 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM Check out that arm!Representing Sabal Elementary School, Hailey Coffie, 1 2, of Melbourne participates in the softball throw at Eau Gallie High School, Saturday, March 15. Nine schools and one private track team participated in the Hershey's Track and Field event. The chocolate company has been sponsoring track meets for 35 years. The company's website says there is no treat more rewarding than fitness, selfesteem and hard work.'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 2014, Hometown News, L.C.Phone (321) 242-1013 Fax (321) 242-1281Classified (321) 242-0442 1 -800-823-0466 Rants & Raves (321) 242-1276Circulation 1 -866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comMELBOURNEV oted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. Lee Mooty . . . . . .General Manager/CFO V ernon D.Smith . . .Managing Partner F arris Robinson . . .President T ammy Farmer . . . .Managing Editor Robin Bevilacqua . .Human Resources Kathy Young . . . . .Major/Natl. Accounts Manager Amanda Tucker . . .Major/Natl. 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Anderson . . . . .Staff Writer Chris Fish . . . . . . . . . .Staff Writer Michael Hibbard . . . . . . .News Clerk Ti me to be a parent again: Part 3In the previous tips of this series, we discussed the challenges that impact both parents and children, as well as how to recognize potential warning signs or r ed flags that your child may be struggling to stay on the r ight track. This week, I want to discuss how parents, law enforcement officers and our educators must work together to develop tomorro w' s leaders. F irst and foremost, as parents, we have to support our educators in providing our children with an education that will lead them toward success. As law enforcement officers, we see a direct correlation between a child that is struggling academically and juvenile crime. M ost signs occur around seventh grade. When a child starts to struggle in school, they often look elsewhere for approval and acceptance. T oday's educators have limited measures available to them to control the actions of students, therefore, have limited control of the classroom. In our "Time To Be A Pa r ent Again" seminar, we show a slide that depicts the difference between the parent/teacher relationships 30 years ago vs. today. The slide demonstrates that in earlier years, parents stood with the teacher asking the student to explain poor grades. The depiction for today demonstrates the parents standing next to the student, demanding that the teacher explain the poor grades. I believe it is extremely important to support our children, but equally as important to make sure our children understand that they are responsible for their own actions. Our children must focus on their academic efforts and understand the consequences for poor performance. The next step to help parents steer their children toward success is to make sure that parents understand that they are the chief law enforcement officers in their children's lives. The following are social media and technology suggestions: 1. Talk to your child about what information is appropriate to share online. Any image or comment posted or shared is forever online. 2. Go over privacy settings with your children, and make sure they are structured so that they are unable to be changed. 3. Keep an "Open Password" policy with your children, so that you can ALWAYS monitor their online activities. 4. Periodically, check the browser history on their personal or shared computer to evaluate what types of w ebsites they are viewing. 5. If your child refuses to share their passwords or access to their computers with you, take away their access to the devices. R emember, you are the parent, and they live under y our roof; therefore, you are in control. There is nothing that prohibits a parent from taking away computers, cellular telephones or any other luxury that today's children enjoy. 6. Don't be afraid to discipline your child. A ppropriate discipline is one of the most important lessons we can teach, and also, one of the most important lessons they will carry on to parenthood later in life. As we close out our series on this important topic, I strongly encourage each of our parents to keep a constant vigil on their children's activities, but also ask that that they maintain open channels of communication with their children. As I said at the very beginning of our series on this topic, parenting is one of the most demanding jobs, but is also one of the most rewarding. Wa yne Ivey is the sheriff of Brevard County BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFFWAYNE IVEY See R ANTS, A8

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of funds, and that does not make sense to me. What is more important: the education of a child or watching cars race? S omeone needs to do something about this.Gateway drug and pot zombies'I have to rant in response to marijuana being the gateway drug and pot z ombies. I believe that person is incorrect. The zombies you see are addicted to pharmaceutical drugs. There are seven people in my family, who are addicted to pharmaceutical drugs, and have become zombies. They had surgery and we re given OxyContin for the management of moderate to severe pain when a continuous, around-the-clock opioid analgesic is needed for an extended period of time. Oxycodone is an opioid pain medication. An opioid is sometimes called a narcotic. F amily addicted to these drugs cannot be in our home, because they will steal and they definitely act like zombies, even slurring when they speak. It is very addictive. They have withdrawal when they try to stop taking them. M ost people, who believe that marijuana is the gateway drug, are brainwashed by the media, which began in the 1920s and 1930s. B ut facts prove alcohol is the gateway drug. Alcohol is still the most widely used drug of teenagers. We all have a right to our opinion, and sometimes our opinions have facts to back them. M any good things will come from cannabis and hemp, and it is big companies like DuPont, paper mills, cotton and pharmaceuticals, and the list goes on, that will keep brainwashing you into believing it is bad. Find out for y ourself.Expansion projectI am all for Harris' expansion project, but how about a little honesty from the local republican majority? WE BUILT THIS?" F irst, Troutman is r epaved using federal stimulus money, and now the street re-alignment will also be paid for using state and federal money. In other words, the "we" here is "we, the tax payers." I hope Harris enjoys all the taxpayer support!Redevelop existing propertiesI never heard back from anyone regarding my question: Why don't you look into offering incentives to redevelop existing crumbling and functionally abandoned properties, instead of studying which w etlands should be developed? Thank you.It's not just the carsY ou are right, there are too many Japanese, German and Korean cars in this state, and they are no better than American cars. By that I mean, the Chinese already bought most of the icon buildings in New York and (are) trying to purchase toll r oads: and who knows if they see we are on their side by buying their goods and supporting their economy? They might as well take ov er our government and have Chinese as third language. And, who knows, maybe the Social Security checks for our kids (will) be written in Japanese or Chinese.Response to Desperate need of repeal'Why Hometown News printed your inaccurate information, I do not know. So please allow me to correct you. Obamacare" (the Affordable Care Act) was not just something that was secretly passed in the dark of the night, as some would like you to believe. It r eceived 34 roll calls and 35 days of debate. Se n. John McCain (R-AZ) r ecently reminded his fellow Republicans that Obamacare was debated for weeks in Senate committees and received 25 days of debate on the S enate floor. S enators from both parties filed 506 amendments and took 34 roll call votes. The Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions C ommittee debated reform for a month and even accepted 164 Republican amendments. There was nothing secret about it. It was voted on, passed and is now the law of the land. Get over it, and move on.F unding claims about the Affordable Care ActClaims that imply that (President Barack) Obama has taken money out of M edicare, and Medicare won't ever get it back, are simply not true. We are not using M edicare funds or gutting M edicare to pay for "Obamacare" (The Affordable Ca re A ct). One can simply verify this information on any fact-check website. R epublicans claim the president's $716 billion cuts" to Medicare hurt the program's finances, but the opposite is true. These cuts in the future growth of spending prolong the life of the M edicare trust fund, stretching the program's finances out longer than they would last otherwise. Why do people send in r ants to Hometown News that are verifiable false?The person who stopped me in the parking lotAs I approached my car in the mall parking lot today, I was approached by a stranger, who asked me if I voted for (President Ba r ack) Obama. Assuming he read my (President) Obama bumper sticker, I proudly said "Yes" and proceeded to get in my car. As I did that, he said What a loser!" and walked away laughing. I said nothing. The best r eply to a fool is silence. To take the time to stop and insult a stranger because they don't share y our opinion says so much about a person. (President) Obama won twice, so really who is the loser here, sir?Dogs in the grocery storeThis is in regards to a competition winner. Ms. Ho, who is a junior at West Shore J unior/Senior High School, is a viola player and will perform the "Viola Concerto in G Minor" by Cecil Forsyth. T omas Lopez, 15, of Melbourne was the winning violinist for this year's competition. A Satellite High School student, Mr. Lopez will perform the "Violin Concerto in E Minor" by Felix M endelssohn. R ounding out this year's competition winners is another Satellite High School student, Aleyna Br o wn. A flute player, Ms. Br o wn, 17, is a senior and will perform "Fantasie Brillante" from "Carmen" by Geroges Bizet. F or the past seven years, the BSYO has participated in the "Orchestras Feeding America" food drive, collecting an average of 600 pounds of food each year. "W e look most forward to the giving back to the community through both collecting canned and dry foods and sharing the incredible talent of the y oung musicians of the BSYO," Mrs. Quintero said. In total, the BSYO has donated more than two tons of food for "Orchestras F eeding America." "P eople do not want to miss the chance of listening to the wonderfully talented, y oung musicians of the BSYO, while giving back to the community through the O r chestras Feeding America' program," Mrs. Quintero said. "Plus, it's free!" The Brevard Symphony Orchestra will host the eighth annual Concerto C ompetition Winners' R ecital on Sunday, April 6 at S untree United Methodist Church. S unday's performance begins at 3:30 p.m. and is free with the donation of a canned good or nonperishable food item. S untree United Methodist Church is located at 7400 N. Wi ckham Road, Melbourne. F or more information about the BSYO,call (321) 216-7804 or visit www.BSYO.us. F riday, April 4, 2014 A8 MelbourneHometown News 092728 Dr. Denture096803€ Quality Dentures € Reasonable Fees € Competitive Prices € Medicaid AcceptedOne Day Service for Relines and RepairsDeluxe Dentures Starting at $660 full set € $400 singleAstron 1180 Hypoallergenic Acrylic available €$50 extraCall for appointment: 321-259-1949313 N. BABCOCK ST. € MELBOURNE FL Lic# 10444 096812 079804Anti-Aging &Body Sculpting321-255-9811Vi ew our full menu online atwww.ImageSolutionsSpa.com5380 Stadium Pkwy Suite #113 V iera,FL 32955MM32082 Zerona LipoLASER!FDA APPROVED € ZEROPain € ZERODowntime € ZEROSurgerySer vices Of fer ed: Massage Body Wraps Body Waxing Facials Exfoliations $300OFFZerona LipoLASER!Must present coupon.Must be 18 or older or have guardian consent. Must meet medical requirements.Includes required pre-treatment consultation. Non-transferable.Florida health care law applies.Expires 5-1-14 We Use Dermalogica ProductsBridal Packages,Treatment Cocktails & Add-On Services Available. FullBody Waxing Y outhF rom page A1 Photo courtesy of Ray Baldino PhotographyThe eighth annual Concerto Competition Winners Recital will be held on Sunday, April 6 in Suntree. Teen performers, from left to right: Rachel Ho, Aleyna Brown and Tomas L opez. Eastern Florida State C ollege will host an open house on Wednesday, April 9 from 5 to 7 p.m. on the M elbourne campus, Building 7, room 114. C urrent and prospective students, who cannot attend any open house event, may schedule a campus tour by visiting www.EasternFlorida.edu or by calling (321) 6321111. Eastern Florida State C ollege's Melbourne campus is located at 3865 N. W ickham Road, Melbourne.Open houseF rom page A7RantsF rom page A6 See R ANTS, A10

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www.barrierislandcenter.co m. Master's Workshop S econd Annual Barbecue: The annual barbecue will take place at 2525 Lipscomb S t., Melbourne, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 5. Donations are $10, which includes lunch. F or more information,call (321) 724-8639 or (321) 7287402. Free clinic and open house: On Saturday, April 5, Pa r isi Speed School XPC, in conjunction with Navigant C ollege Advising, Praetorian RX and Speech Path of Br evard, will host a free and informational clinic for the coaches, parents and aspiring youth athletes on achieving success as student athletes. B eginning at 11 a.m., Pa r isi Speed School XPC invites coaches, parents and children to attend an informational clinic that will cover sport performance training, baseline concussion testing, utilizing supplements safely and navigating the collegiate r ecruiting and selection process. S eats can be reserved by calling Parisi Speed School at (321) 610-3928 or visiting www.parisixpc.com In addition, beginning at 2 p .m., Parisi Speed School invites the community to an open house, which will include the renowned U ltimate Cat Club Challenge. The event is at 830 N. A pollo Blvd., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 610-3928,email info@parisixpc.com or visit www.parisixpc.com. Fashions for Hope:' The GFWC Sunshine Juniorettes are a group of young women currently attending high school, who work together to help meet the needs of the community through volunteer service projects. On Saturday, April 5 the S unshine Juniorettes are sponsoring a fashion show and luncheon at 11:30 a.m. at the Holiday Inn, in Viera. Pr oceeds from the show will go to "Hope for a Single M om," which is part of a not-for-profit organization called Breast Friends of F lorida, which began three y ears ago in Brevard County. M ake your reservation to attend "Fashions for Hope" by contacting Lee Thompson at (321) 507-4460 or gthompson53@cfl.rr.com. Y our $25 per person donation includes lunch and music by artist Erin A bu. Fashions will be provided by Cache, Charlotte Russe, Dillard's and P atchington. There will be door prizes and raffles. Rock n'roll music classics performed: "N ight of the Classics" will be S aturday, April 5 at The H enegar Center for the Arts, 625 E. New Haven Ave., M elbourne. Doors open at 6 p.m. C ome enjoy the "sweet musical sounds" of Pink Fl oy d, Led Zeppelin and The B eatles, performed by some of Brevard's favorite musicians at a "Night of the Classics" on Saturday, April 5 at The Henegar Center in H istoric Downtown Melbourne. T ickets range from $15$20, and can be purchased by visiting www.Henegar.org. F ood will be available for purchase, along with Night of the Classics memorabilia. Pr oceeds from this event will benefit the Central Br evard Humane Society. F or more information, contact the Humane Society at (321) 636-3343 or visit crittersavers.com.SUNDAY, APRIL 6 Soldier for a Day Competition: On Sunday, April 6, the Lambda Chi Alpha and D elta Tau Delta Fraternities from the Florida Institute of T echnology will be hosting the "Soldier for a Day" competition, benefiting the W ounded Warrior Project. This event will comprise of teams, competing in three categories: physical, spirit and donation-based competition to score points www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, April 4, 2014 Melbourne A9 Specials April 3-9079800 2135 Palm Bay Rd € Palm Bay € 32905321.726.8007Hours: Mon. Sat. 7:30-8 €Sun. 8-7 FRESHPRODUCE!FRESHPRODUCE! FRESHPRODUCE! FRESHMEATS!FRESHMEATS! FRESHMEATS! GROCERY!GROCERY! SEAFOOD! DELI! 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F riday, April 4, 2014 A10 MelbourneHometown NewsDuran Golf Club announces experienced new director BREVARD Duran Golf Club announced a new director of player development and instruction last month. J ustin Blazer, a PGA member from the Faldo Golf Institute at the Marriot W orld Center in Orlando, will be taking over the position vacated by retiring W ally Kuchar. The position of the director is key in the success of our Academy of Golf," said David Tomczak, general manager of Duran Golf Club in Viera. "The individual will lead the effort to grow the game of golf and provide the r esources to make it more enjoyable for all, who play. I am most excited for the opportunity to bring this level of player development and player programs to the golfers of the Space Coast." Mr. Blazer is originally from Yorktown, Va., and he began golfing as a teenager. Mr. Blazer, who is multilingual, has also worked with many LPGA and S enior Tour players as a putting and short-game instructor. He has caddied during tour events and Q-schools, and he has appeared in instructional videos for Golfweek.com and FoxSports.com. Mr. Blazer earned a degree in recreation and leisure studies, with a focus in recreational programming, leadership and coaching from Virginia Wesleyan College. Du r an Golf Club opened in 2005 and has since been r ecognized by H ometown News and F lorida Today as the "Best Public Golf C ourse" in Brevard County, Mr. Tomczak said. "N o other club in the area offers the facilities that allow beginners and juniors to learn in such an accessible and affordable environment, along with the championship layout for the more experienced golfer," he said. Du r an Golf Club's practice range was recently recognized as a "Top 50 Pr actice Facility" in the country by the Golf Range Association of America. Justin BlazerBy Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com Letters to the EditorInsurance you may needD ear Editor: I have heard and seen much about that nasty, old Obamacare," and how it hurts people. I was 61 and unable to get insurance, due to my diabetes and arthritis. I had always been insured by my employers, from age 18-60. In one month, I went from totally out of debt, other than my utility bills and mortgage, to $98,000 in debt, due to an unforseen illness, while uninsured. I just wanted to make it to 65, like many of us, for my healthcare. I was looking forward to my official r etirement and Social S ecurity, after paying in for 46 years. It happened fast, and there was no way to get around it. I almost died in the hospital, and it would have all been on my wife to settle out alone. We will pay it as we can and we will pay it. In J anuary, I signed up for Affordable Healthcare and now for just $202 a month, we can be covered if anything like that should happen again, including doctor visits and lab work, all at a minimal cost. Don't go without health care, especially just to snub our current president. Don't be a fool, who is ruled by emotion. Think about it, they can't drop you. They can't cap it to leave you holding the bag, should you be in need of more expensive care. Thank the ones, who pushed for it, to be enacted, taking great political risk. I am not surprised at the GOP resistance to this. It takes courage and compassion to push for the people, instead of for the r igged game that was the medical, insurance industry of the past. It is a shame that so many people suffer in their ignorance of what is in their better interest. Wake up, America! M ichael Olson M elbourneP erpetuating their powerD ear Editor: Do you think politicians, R epublicans and Democr ats alike, get elected to help their constituents? Or, do they get elected to help themselves? When I attended college way back when, I took a course in leadership. The first thing I learned was, "A leader will do everything within his/he power to perpetuate his/her leadership." U sing that as a premise, I can logically conclude that politicians will do everything and anything within their power or ability to get elected, simply to perpetuate his or her role in the Legislature and/or Congress. No w, we have two opposing parties, who are trying hard to perpetuate their power. One is trying to do things that will help the nation. The other is doing things to perpetuate their leadership. You be the judge, which party that is. In his inaugural speech, J ohn F. Kennedy said, "Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country." That has not been the case. A large majority of citizens are there, just waiting for a hand out. They think only of themselves and their gratification. As long as this attitude prevails and continues, no progress can be made. Then theirs is the one party that continues to feed this craving. Why do they feed this craving? B ecause it will perpetuate their leadership. I am not against helping my fellow men, but my fellow men have to find ways to help themselves. Gi ve a man fish, and he can eat for one day. Teach him how to fish and he can feed himself every day. R obert Rodrigues M elbourneIn Choosing the Right Religion'D ear Editor: In Choosing the Right R eligion," K.D. Williams wrote, "In search of the truth, you may become disillusioned, as I have, and decide there really is no way to prove or disprove the rightness of any one r eligion." K.D. is wrong. If K.D. investigates religions closely, he will discover all legitimate religions are based on practicing the Golden Rule. Buddha, The J ewish Prophets, Jesus and M ohammad all taught and practiced the Golden Rule. The Golden Rule is all God's laws and commandments rolled into one. No creatures anywhere in the universe can simplify the Golden Rule, making human beings among the most intelligent creatures in the universe. The Golden R ule provides a guideline for action that can provide a better world for all. There is nothing more right than the Golden Rule, which proves the "rightness" of any religion on which it is based. As far as atheists and scientists, who profess atheism or agnosticism, are concerned, if they practice the Golden Rule, then they are in accord with the tenants of any established r eligion. Whether or not they believe in a God is between them and God, just as it is between the members of the established religion and their God. I find believing in God helps me to make my life better. But that belief is between me and God, just as an atheist's disbelief is between them and God. So, if I were K.D., I would study religion a bit more before giving up on it. D .A.Shedrow I ndialantic r ant, "Keep your dogs out of the grocery store", a short rant that was in the H ometown News in D ecember. I totally agree with he or she, who wrote this rant. I do not think the grocery stores should allow the customers to bring pets inside the grocery stores, or any store for that matter, unless they are seeing-eye dogs. The owner puts the dog in the cart, where all your groceries are. This is not very sanitary.RantsF rom page A8 and win. The competition will be held at the Florida Institute of T echnology's Southgate F ields, at 150 W. University Bl v d., Melbourne. The Wounded Warrior Pr oject is a nonprofit organization that provides programs and services to service members, during their transition between active duty and civilian life. Registration for South Br evard County Parks & R ecreation teen camps: Br evard County Parks & R ecreation, South Area, is offering summer teen camps at four locations in southern Br evard for children, who have completed sixth through ninth grades. C amps will begin on M onday, June 2 and run through Friday, Aug. 1. T eens will enjoy daily field trips to local attractions, as w ell as trips to out-of-county locations, such as Wet and W ild, Daytona Lagoon, D isney Quest, Sea World, H urricane Paintball and mo re. C amps will be offered at the following locations: Viera R egional Community Center, 2300 Judge Fran Jamieson Way, V iera, (321) 433-4891 ; W ickham Park Main Pavilion, 3845 N. Wickham Road, M elbourne, (321) 255-4400 ; R odes Park Community C enter, 3410 Flanagan Ave., W est Melbourne, (321) 9523215 ; and Ted Whitlock C ommunity Center, 1951 M alabar Road N.W., Palm Bay, (321) 952-3231. C amp hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p .m. Wednesday hours are 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. The fee is $90 per child, per w eek, plus the cost of daily field trips; transportation fees are included in the cost. F or camp information or to r egister,call or visit each camp location.For the Wickham Pa rk camp,call or visit the main South Area Parks & R ecreation Office at 1515 Sarno Road in Melbourne, (321) 255-4400 C amp calendars and r egistration forms are available online at www.brevardcounty.us/ParksSouth. F or more information,call the South Area Parks and R ecreation Office at (321) 2554400. Summer Break job opportunities: The North Area Parks Operations has several openings for various seasonal recreation workers and lifeguards to be employed during Summer Bre ak 2014. N eeded are day camp counselors, lifeguards, water safety instructors and experienced bus drivers. C all (321) 264-5105 for more information.MONDAY, APRIL 7 What is Alzheimer's Disease:? "U nderstanding D ementia & Related Disorders" will be from 1-2 p.m. M onday, April 7 at One Senior P lace, 8085 Spyglass Hill R oad, Viera. Learn the basics of Alzheimer's Disease and other r elated disorders. The event will be presented by the Purple Balloon Alzheimer's Awareness C enter. R.S.V.P.to (321) 751-6771. Signup begins for 2014 S ummer Nature Camp at Erna Nixon Park: Brevard C ounty Parks & Recreation, S outh Area, will offer six w eeks of Summer Nature C amp at Erna Nixon Park, 1200 Evans Road, in West M elbourne. N ature camp is for children, ages 7-13. Camp dates are J une 2-6, June 9-13, June 1620, June 23-27, July 7-11 and J uly 14-18. A ctivities at Nature Camp include Zoomair, Lion C ountry, Typhoon Lagoon, Ripley's, rock climbing, horseback riding, airboat r ides, wildlife refuges and mo re. There are a limited number of spaces available for each w eek of Nature Camp. R egistration has started at Erna Nixon Park or the South Area Parks Main Office at 1515 Sarno Road, in Melbourne. W eekly camp fees are $90 per child, plus the cost of field trips. C amp calendars and r egistration forms are available online at www.brevardcounty.us/Erna. Fo r more information, please call Erna Nixon Park at (321) 952-4525. Partnership strengthened: Br evard Public Schools and the Brevard County Sheriff's Office have enhanced its current security partnership effective July 1, 2014. The increased partnership provides BPS with a highly trained law enforcement lieutenant, who will provide leadership for the Office of D istrict Security to improve communication and coordination between the district and all local law enforcement agencies. This unique collaborative effort is designed to enhance safety and security on school and district sites, while increasing learning opportunities for students, parents and staff.TU ESDAY, APRIL 8 Free cone day: B en & J erry's at The Oaks on H ibiscus Avenue in Melbourne, is hosting a free cone day from noon to 8 p.m. T uesday, April 8. The store will partner with a local organization as a fundraising partner, and all donations from that day go to that organization. This year, Ben & Jerry's is partnering with The Children's Hunger Project. Fo r more information,call (321) 674-7599 or email premierebenandjerrys@gmail .com. Girls Night Out Mammo Party: H ealth First presents a "M ammo Party" from 4:30-7 p .m. Tuesday, April 8 at 1051 S. Hickory St., Melbourne. C all today to reserve your appointment for a digital screening mammogram and enjoy the company of your friends and an opportunity to win a plush robe at the event. Fo r more information,visit www.health-first.org/diagnostics or call (321) 434-6100. Boy Scouts/Girl Scouts: M eetings will be Tuesdays from 5-6 p.m. at the Lipscomb Community Center, 3316 Monroe St., Melbourne. Fo r more information,visit www.lipscombcc@melbourneflorida.org or call (321) 674-5725. Now hiring summer camp counselors: S easonal summer jobs are opening for June 2 through August 1 (nine w eeks) at the Crane Community Center (camp ages 6-12 y ears), Lipscomb Park C ommunity Center (camp ages 6-12 years) and Eau G allie Civic Center (Teen C amp ages 12-16 years). C ontact and apply at the P ersonnel Division, 900 E. St r awbridge Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 953-6300 or visit www.melbourneflorida.org. C ounselors must be at least 18 years of age and have some r elated experience in working with children in a recreational atmosphere. Certification in A dult/Child CPR and Standard First Aid is preferred.WEDN ESDAY, A PRIL 9 Ranger-guided kayak tours offered: J oin knowledgeable rangers for a guided kayak/canoe tour from C ampbell's Cove, near the S ebastian Inlet. Learn about the Indian River Lagoon and the plants and animals that call it home. Pa r ticipants can bring their o wn kayaks or reserve one from the Inlet Marina, for a r ental fee of $20 for two hours, for a single or double watercraft, with life jacket(s) and paddles included. Personal watercraft pays a launch fee of $3. M eet one mile north of S ebastian Inlet, turn west at large brown State Park sign and follow the dirt road to the I nlet Marina. Pr ogram status is dependent on weather conditions, so please call ahead to verify status. T imes are 1-3 p.m. Wednesdays at the Inlet Marina, 9502 S. Highway A1A, Melbourne B each. Fo r more information,call (772) 589-2147 or visit http://www.floridastateparks. org. Knucklebones Creative Kids Club: Knucklebones Cr eative Kids Club and R usso's CafŽ invites kids, ages 5-11, to have creative fun in art, crafts and old-fashioned games. Join in every Wednesday from 5-7 p.m. It's free. R usso's CafŽ is located inside Andretti's Thrill Park, at 3960 S. Babcock St., in M elbourne. Fo r more information,call (321) 215-1226. Surfrider Foundation Co coa Beach Chapters events: Every Wednesday: 6-10 p .m. Surf Flix at Coconuts on the Beach surf movies or live surf contests Third Tuesday: 6 p.m. monthly meeting at The Su r finista Saturday, following meeting: 9 a.m. at beach cleanup-surf session Saturday, April 12: 2 p.m. at the library documentary about plastics and the world's gyres Saturday, April 12: Relay for Life at Lori Wilson Park Thursday, April 17: Beach cleanup, Easter Surfing F estival. Thursday, April 17: 11 a.m. H ands Across the Sand, opposing seismic air-gun testing and coastal drilling for oil, at Lori Wilson Park June 31: 8 p.m. Locally produced historical surf movie at Surfside Playhouse July 7: 9 a.m. Watermans Challenge at the International P alms July 21: 9 a.m. Surfers for A utism at Lori Wilson Park July 22: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. I nternational Surfing Day K ids activities, cookout, beach cleanup, surf session Saturday, April 26: 9 a.m. B anana River coastal cleanup. Fr ee Kayaks available, first come, first served Aug. 28: National Kidney F oundation Rich Salick ProAm Surf Festival Sept. 20: 9 a.m. Coastal Clean-up on Ramp Road, C ocoa Beach. Fo r more information,email bamsurfscb@yahoo.com or visit cocoabeach.surfrider.org.THUR SDAY, A PRIL 10 Spring luncheon and fashion show: N eighbors of S untree will hold its annual Sp r ing Luncheon and F ashion Show at the Suntree C ountry Club on April 10 at 11:30 a.m. F ashions from Stein Mart will be featured. The cost is $29 per person. T ickets for a 50/50 drawing will go on sale at 11 a.m. The program will begin promptly at 11:30 a.m. Pr epaid reservations are r equired. Contact Shirley Ferris at (321) 757-6687 for more information. Book club VITAS: One S enior Place, 8085 Spyglass H ill Road, Viera, will present thought provoking literature and lively discussions from 12 p.m. Thursdays, April 10, 17 and 24. R.S.V.P.at (321) 253-6311 to r eserve a seat. Free legal seminars: The S pace Community Law School, a project of the Br evard Bar Foundation, will offer free legal seminars to the public, with the intention of providing information on a va r iety of legal topics. The seminars will be at the H arry T. & Harriette V. M oore Justice Center, Jury Assembly Room, at 2825 J udge Fran Jamieson Way, V iera. T imes will be from 6-8 p .m. Thursdays. The seminars are: April 10: Wills, Trusts and Pr obate, by Pierre Mommers, Esq. April 17: Auto Accidents from Beginning to End, by R obert Telfer, Esq. April 24: The First Amendment, by Judge D avid Silverman Pr e-registration is suggested at www.spacecoastcommunitylawschool.com, www.sccls.com or by calling (321) 269-6833.CalendarF rom page A9

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How ever, the Paradise B each Park I used to visit has come a long way since a recent remodel has brought forth a new playground, better parking and even a beachside diner. That's right Paradise B each Park is now home to Pa r adise Treats, a state-ofthe-art yellow diner, outfitted with top-of-theline appliances and staffed by chefs. Chef Jamie Reilley, Chef B ill Sheldon and Chef M ike McCormack serve these entrees with a unique flair. F or example, the Philly cheese steaks are served on a special, locally made r oll, and the meat is of the highest quality. While at Paradise Treats, Chef Reilley and Chef S heldon prepared me their P hilly cheese steak, a delicious Nathan's hot dog and Paradise Treats' signature Fat Burger. No w, I'm a very small person, but I can put away a decent amount of food in one sitting, but I was ov erwhelmed at the volume of food served to me. Pa r adise Treat's Nathan's hot dog is what Chef Mc Co r mack said was a jumbo Italian-style hot dog. N ot only was it juicy and delicious, it was served on a flavorful roll, complemented by thick-sliced potatoes, peppers and mustard. My mouth is actually watering as I recall my food! After eating about half of my Italian-style hot dog, I tried the Fat Burger, which is more than a quarter pound of ground beef, served on an extra-large bun and piled high with cheese, lettuce, thickly sliced tomato, mozzarella sticks, waffle fries and onion rings all of it a guilty, heavenly pleasure. "I f you eat three Fat Bu r gers within 30 minutes, y our meal is on us," Chef S heldon said. "It's quite the challenge." Lastly, I tried Paradise Tr eat's Philly cheese steak. My mom's family is from P hiladelphia, so I have a pretty high standard when it comes to steak sandwiches, but boy, Paradise Tr eats is just as good or better as Pat's and Geno's. Se rv ed on specialty rolls, the Paradise Treats Philly cheese steak is served with a generous portion of steak, cheese, juicy onions and peppers. I honestly felt as if I was eating the best Philly I've ever had in my life. There is also an array of delectable desserts on Pa r adise Treats' menu, including soft serve ice cream, root beer floats, slush ice and much more. B ut how does a diner, located directly on the beach, serve such tremendous food? There are many unique items on our menu, and our three chefs are trained in the Jersey Shore tradition," Chef Reilley said. "P aradise Treats' Italian sausage, peppers and onions will more than satisfy you it'll take you home." Pa r adise Treats is located at 2301 Highway A1A in I ndialantic. C atering is available, and call-in orders are accepted until one hour prior to closing. All charge cards are accepted, with no minimum purchase necessary. H ours are 11 a.m. to 9 p. m., Monday through S unday. F or more information about Paradise Treats or to place a call-in order,call (321) 210-5716.F ree Friday moviesT he Cocoa Beach Public Library presents award-winning free films at 3 p.m. on Fridays at 550 N. Brevard Ave., Cocoa Beach. April 4: "Blue Jasmine," rated PG-13 April 11: "Dallas Buyer's Club," rated R April 18: "American Hustle," rated R April 25: "Nebraska," rated R May 2: "Captain Phillips," rated PG13 May 9: "Gravity," rated PG-13 P opcorn and refreshments will be served. F or more information, call(321) 86811 04 or visit www.cocoabeachpubliclibrary.org.Singers to present Celebration of Spring'As the Space Coast bursts into bloom, the Indialantic Chamber Singers will present its annual spring concert, "A Celebration of Spring: Songs of Nature, Love and Renewal," in two Brevard locations. T he Chamber Singers will first perform at 7:30 p.m. on Friday evening, April 4 at Advent Lutheran Church in Suntree, 7550 N. Wickham Road; and again during the day at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 6 at Eastminster Presbyterian Church, 106 N. Riverside Drive, Indialantic. Guest Conductor, Dr. Robert E. Lamb of Viera will direct the singers in the event that has become the annual rite of spring for Brevard's choral music enthusiasts. Th e performance will feature springthemed music that ranges from the early works of Thomas Morley to more modern pieces by Benjamin Britten and Eric Whitacre. F eatured selections include Leonard Bernstein's "French Choruses from The Lark," the "Easter Hymn," from the opera "Cavalleria Rusticana" by Pietro Mascagni, and "Make Our Garden Grow," from the opera, "Candide" in addition to Mollicone's whimsical, "National Weather Forecast." Long considered Brevard's premier choral ensemble, the Indialantic Chamber Singers' concerts are presented free of charge, with donations gratefully accepted. F or more information about the Indialantic Chamber Singers or the upcoming "Celebration of Spring" concerts, call (321) 426-0360 or visit www.IndialanticChamberSingers.org.Puccini's La Boheme'Puccini's story of young love is the most performed opera in Metropolitan Opera history. Capt.Hiram's: Lori & Ga ry 's Ir is will play from 47:30 p.m., Low Key will play from 5-9 p.m. and Orange Av enue will play from 7:30 p .m. to 12:30 a.m. Friday. The Chase Stites Duo will play from 2-6 p.m. and Orange Avenue will play from 7:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. S aturday. The Great Duck D erby will be from noon to 4 p.m., Roots & Reggae with the Lights Out Project will be from 2-8 p.m. and Greg & Brian will play from 6-10 p .m. Sunday. Kevin Mc C ullers will play from 610 p.m. Monday. Phil B annano will play from 610 p.m. Tuesday. The Tree Fr ogs will play from 5-10 p .m. Wednesday. Hypersona Lite will play from 610 p.m. Thursday. Capt. Hi ra m' s is at 1606 Indian River Drive, Sebastian. For more information,call (772) 589-4345. Earl's Hideaway: Angry M agoo will play at 8:30 p.m. Fr iday. Nasty Habits will play from 2-6 p.m. and G alaxy will play at 8:30 p.m. S aturday. Biscuit Miller & the Mix will play from 2-6 p .m. Sunday. Hari Kari will play from 6-10 p.m. Thursday. 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 T alent Karaoke" from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and S aturday nights. The Fill-NS tation Saloon is at 2685 U.S. Highway 1, Mims. For more information,call (321) 383-0053. Grills Seafood & Tiki Bar Riverside: The Kore will play at 7:30 p.m. Friday. J ohnny Danger will play at 2 p.m. and Hypersona will play at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. M uck Fire will play from 3-7 p .m. Sunday. Mark Macri will play at 6 p.m. Wednesday. Derek will play at 5 p .m. Thursday. Grills Riverside is at 6075 N. U.S. H ighway 1, Melbourne. For more information,call (321) 242-8999. Grills Seafood & Tiki Bar at the Port: Hy persona will play from 8-11:45 p.m. Fr iday. Chris Miller will play at 2 p.m. and Muck Fire will play at 8 p.m. Saturday. H ypersona will play from 48 p.m. Sunday. Jason Domulot will play from 6-9 p .m. Wednesday. Johnny D anger will play from 5-9 p .m. Thursday. Grills is at 505 Glen Cheek Drive, Port ARIES March 21/April 20Aries, your self-confidence and enthusiasm have made you a natural leader. This week belongs to you, and others will rely on your leadership skills.TA URU S April 21/May 21A unique experience has inspired you to make a difference, Taurus. If you want to volunteer, there are many organizations that need help. Find the right fit for you.GEMINI May 22/June 21Change is right around the corner, Gemini. Take the time to listen to what the stars are trying to tell you so you can make the best decisions.CA NCE R June 22/July 22Y ou are very good at bringing together people, Cancer. Use this ability to create a social forum this week. Encourage those closest to you to exchange ideas.LEO July 23/Aug. 23Don't let others make decisions for you, Leo. This week take control of your life and be more assertive regarding the goals you want to accomplish.VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22V irgo, technology is foremost on your mind this week. F ocus on ways that technology can better your life and advance your career. Seek the advice of others.LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23Libra, seek guidance from friends and family when faced with a puzzling problem. Different perspectives can shed light on the problem and make it easier to solve.SC O RPI O Oct. 24/Nov. 22Scorpio, give ample thought to what you really want out of a particular relationship or situation. You might have to make big changes, but such changes are worth the effort.SAG ITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21T ry to show others this week that you are a thoughtful per-See S CENE, B5 See SCOPES, B3Beachside diner serves up delicious entrees, with tasty, unique twist W eek of 4-4-2014See OUT, B2Club Scene Staff Photo by Amanda Hatfield AndersonPa r adise Treats, Indialantic's very own beachfront diner, serves delicious meals, such as the Fat Burger, Philly Cheese Steak and Italian-styled hotdog.F or Hometown NewsnewsML@hometownnewsol.com

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Anita Hartig stars as the frail Mimi in Franco Zeffirelli's classic production, with V ittorio Grigolo as her passionate lover, Rodolfo. T his "live in HD" production will be at 12:55 p.m. Saturday, April 5 at Carmike Cinemas A venue 16, at 2241 Town Centre Ave., Viera, with an encore performance at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 9. General admission is $24, with seniors $22 and students with ID $18. F or more information, call (321) 775-1210.Celtic Tales and Edwardian Dessert TeaT he Brevard Theatrical Ensemble invites you to A Magical Afternoon of Celtic T ales and Edwardian Dessert T ea at 2:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, April 5 and 6 at the P orcher House in Historic Cocoa Village, at 434 Delannoy Ave. T he stories, traditions, legends, humor, songs and dances of the Celtics will charm and captivate you. Cost is $12.50 per person (includes tea and desserts). F or tickets, call "Lady" Gail at (321) 676-0697. Reservations are a must. F or more information, visit www.brevardesnsemble.com. T hird Annual River Fest K eep Brevard Beautiful will present its Third Annual River F est celebration from 5-8:30 p.m., Saturday, April 5 at Cocoa Riverfront Park, 401 Riveredge Drive, Cocoa V illage. River Fest 2014 is a family event for adults and children alike that will feature kid's fun activities, educational booths, food trucks, awards and live music. River Fest will also feature a VIP tent, with seating, which includes catered food and drinks. VIP tickets will be available for purchase at $75 each, or can be purchased in advance at www.keepbrevardbeautiful.org. F or more information, call (321) 258-8217 or email tonysassokbb@yahoo.com.Symp hony presents Schubert's Unfinished'T he Space Coast Symphony Orchestra will present "Schubert's Unfinished" at 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 5 at the Scott Center for the Pe r forming Arts at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy, 5625 Holy Trinity Drive, in north Melbourne. Maestro Michael Hall will guest conduct the program, which includes the Southeast United States premiere of "Southern Air," by compelling composer Clint Needham. Pianist Eric Clark joins the SC SO to present Edvard Grieg's romantic classic, "Piano Concerto in A minor." T he work is among Grieg's earliest important works, written by the 24-year-old composer in 1868. The powerful concerto combines elements of Norwegian folk music and show-stopping piano flourishes. T he concert closes with F ranz Schubert's brilliant "Symphony No. 8." With exquisite melodies and foretastes of romanticism, Schubert's so-called "unfinished symphony" has enjoyed continuous popularity for nearly two centuries. The $20 advanced tickets for adults are available through the orchestra website at www.SpaceCoastSymphony.org or at several convenient ticket outlets, including Ac e Hardware stores in Indialantic, Cocoa Beach and Satellite Beach, Blue Sky Insurance in Cocoa Village, T ropical Realty of Suntree, Art Expressions in downtown Eau Gallie, Atlantic Strings in Melbourne, A Floral Affair in Merritt Island, Brass & Reed Music Store in Merritt Island and Palm Bay Hearing Aid Center. T ickets at the door are $25. Children and students 18 and younger are free. F or more information, call toll free to (855) 252-7276. Find yourself in natureExpedition Brevard will present a special event day for all ages from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, April 6 at Fox Lake P ark in Titusville. T here will be naturalist presentations, photography walk workshops, big wagon rides around the park, face painting, meeting Florida animals (from Jungle Adventures), oyster-mat making information, a hands-on casting demonstration, author and fisherman Capt. Rodney Smith presentations, lunch outside and a night-critter ride. Cost is $15 per person, with children 12 and younger admitted free. F or more information or to register for events, visit www.expeditionbrevard.com.Contemporary dance performanceT he PGK Dance Project, based in San Diego, has performed the last 20 years across the United States and abroad, including Western and Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Asia, Australia and Africa. T he company's 2014 touring program Dance Collides' hits the Henegar Center for the Arts, joined by local dancers in two of the works in the program. T he performance takes place on Sunday, April 6 at 2 p.m. at the Henegar Center, 625 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne. Tickets are $20 for adults and seniors, and $10 for students. Reserved tickets may be purchased in person at the Henegar Center Box Office Monday through Friday from 1-5 p.m. by calling (321) 723-8698 or at www.henegar.org. F or additional information, visit www.henegar.org.The Dukes of Doo WopT he Melbourne Elks Club monthly birthday bash will feature The Dukes of Doo Wo p from 4-7 p.m. Sunday, April 6 at 211 S. Nieman Ave., Melbourne. T here is a $10 cover charge, with tax included, and a $6 buffet and drink specials. F or tickets, call A.J. Cassone at (321) 502-2591.Annual spring showT he Titusville Art League's 5 0th Annual Spring Art Show will be held at the American P olice Hall of Fame & Museum, 6350 Horizon Drive, T itusville, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., April 10-13. T here will be free admission. Registration will be at the American Police Hall of Fame and Museum will be Thursday, April 10, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Exhibit hours: Friday, April 11, 2-8 p.m., with a VIP reception from 5:30-8 p.m. and a ribbon cutting and the 50th anniversary celebration from 4-8 p.m. Saturday, April 12, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday, April 13, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., with the awards' ceremony at 3 p.m. and take down/out from 3:30-6 p.m. Contact Linda Krupp at (321) 269-5805 or visit www.titusvilleartleague.com for more information.Shrimp Feast 2014Join the Shrimp Feast 2014 festivities at the Seaside Picnic P avilion at the U.S. Coast Guard Station, on Grouper Road, Port Canaveral, from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Friday, April 11. T here will be a choice of colossal shrimp or barbecued ribs, plus all the fixings and soda, beer and wine and water. F or barbecued chicken, order in advance. T here will also be live music and dancing raffles, an auction and prizes. Bring the children for a tour of the Coast Guard facilities and a Coast Guard cutter. Cost is $40 per person or $70 per couple. Children 12 and younger are free. Photo identification is required to enter the Coast Guard Station. Show tickets for free, on site parking. T here will be wristbands issued for beer and wine consumption. R.S.V.P. is required at (321) 323-9886, propellerclubcanaveral@gmail or www.propellerclubcanaveral.com.Jazz pianist in MelbourneT he Atlantic Music Center in Melbourne will present T akana Miyamoto, jazz pianist, at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 11. Cost is $27 for adults and $20 for students younger than 18. T he Atlantic Music Center is at 25 S. Wickham Road, Melbourne, between Nasa Boulevard and Sarno Road, across from the Space Coast Credit Union. Hotel accommodations for some of the artists are provided by Courtyard Marriott of West Melbourne. Call (321) 768-2221 for tickets and information. Visit http://atlanticmusiccenter.com/concerts/index.ht ml. 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Bunny Fun Day and 5KBrevard County Parks & Recreation will present the T hird Annual "ReCreate Your Life" Race Series with the Bunny Fun Day and 5K at 7 a.m. Saturday, April 12 at Viera Regional Community Center, 23 00 Judge Fran Jamieson Wa y, V iera. Registration is from 7-8 a.m. the day of the race, and the cost is $5. T he race is on un/paved roads, with the start and finish at the park. F or more information, call (321) 433-4891, email randy.detwiler@brevardparks.com or visit www.brevardcounty.us/runbrevard. T he next race will be at P alm Bay Regional Park on May 17.Join the tour bus to Cedar Key's arts festivalCedar Key is celebrating its 5 0th annual Juried Fine Arts Show on Historic Second Street, which will become a pedestrian mall featuring original fine arts and crafts, ceramics, textiles, photography, music in the park and school and civic groups selling food and beverages, such as their infamous homemade lemonade and clam chowder. T he whole town turns out for this major annual event. Cedar Key is literally off Florida's west coast and was named "the perfect beach town" ( Southern Living June 2 01 2) and selected by the United States Department of Agriculture as "Florida's Rural Community of the Year." T ake time to enjoy the beautiful coastal scenery in this quaint old Florida setting. Made up of a chain of small barrier islands, extending three miles into the Gulf of Mexico, you can take a boat tour or photograph magnificent oaks and historic architecture. To view the festival website, visit www.cedarkeyartsfestival.com. At 7 a.m. Saturday, April 12, the luxury motor coach will depart the Eau Gallie Arts District (behind the Foosaner Art Museum on Highland www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, April 4, 2014 Melbourne B3 www.BonefishWillys.com LIVE MUSIC WEEKENDSC OOLFROZENDRINKS€ WINE&BEER $500OFFthe purchase of 2 dinner entres and 2 beveragesE xpires 4-18-14Seating: Tuesday-Saturday 11am-10pm €Sunday 11am9pmCLOSED MONDAYPlan Parties, Meetings and All Occasions Here!079939 Whole Maine Lobster, Clam, Shrimp & Mussel Boil Every Sunday All DayHAPPY HOUR EVERYDAY 2-6 PM Outside Seating with Sun Shades &Dockside Tiki Bar Beach next to the Dock! I ndoor/Outdoor Dining O pen 6 Days L unch & Dinner C arry Outs Available Early Menu Available M on-Thus 4pm-6pm I ntracoastal m.m. 101 € 2459 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne 321-253-8888 FREE WiFi DIGINArts Districts New Restaurant! 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WITHTHISAD096864Every TuesdayKARAOKECONTEST WIN$10, 000GRANDPRIZE $5,000PACQUIAO PACQUIAO BRADLEY BRADLEYAPRIL12 APRIL12 BREVARD Music lovers of all genres tend to agree that some of the greatest hits of all time come from the 1960s through 1980s. On Saturday, April 5, S pace Coast residents are invited to enjoy the sweet, musical sounds of Pink Fl oy d, Led Zeppelin and The Beatles, all performed by some of Brevard's greatest musicians, at "A N ight of the Classics" at the H enegar Center in Historic Downtown Melbourne. Doors open at 6 p.m., with tickets available for $15 to $20. Pr oceeds will benefit the C entral Brevard Humane S ociety. This is the first time the H enegar will be putting on N ight of the Classics,'" said A dam Sikora, co-owner of N ight of the Classics, LLC., musical coordinator and guitarist for the show. Mr. Sikora's partnership with the Central Brevard H umane Society began when he was in high school. "I had to do community service and served my time at one of their thrift stores," he said. "So, when we went to pick a charity, I thought of the Central Brevard H umane Society first." I nspiration for the "Night of the Classics" show came from Mr. Sikora and his bandmates' desire to r ecreate the sounds of some of rock-n-rolls gods properly and paying homage to the rock legends everyone loves. All of the musicians, in this show, put a lot of time and hard work into the show, and it wouldn't have been possible without everyone being on the same page," Mr. Sikora said. He will be joined by J ames Spiva and Vince Cr anford from Vintage; Billy Erskine and Brandon R apone from Red Tide; and M ichael Gass from Warehouse, just to name a few. In addition to food, concert-goers can purchase "N ight of the Classics" wristbands and T-shirts for sale. E ileen Cole, media r elations manager for the C entral Brevard Humane S ociety, called Mr. Sikora and his fellow musicians "t r ue Humane heroes." The Central Brevard H umane Society is honored to have been asked to participate, once again, in this event," Ms. Cole said. "A dam and his bandmates are all very talented musicians, and I know they will put on a fantastic show for the audience." Pr oceeds from "Night of the Classics" will help the C entral Brevard Humane S ociety care for the homeless animals at its shelter in C ocoa, as well as its adoption center on Merritt I sland. "P eople should attend if they like a night full of Pink Fl oy d, the Beatles and Led Z eppelin, coupled by libations and food, served by M att's Casbah, all going for a good cause." In addition to the main event, Matt's Casbah will host a retro-themed afterparty, following Saturday's performance. "N ight of the Classics" is S aturday, April 5 at the H enegar Center in Historic Downtown Melbourne, benefitting the Central Br evard Humane Society. Doors open at 6 p.m., with tickets available between $15-$20. F or more information or to purchase tickets,visit www.Henegar.org or www.NightoftheClassics.co m. F or more information about the Central Brevard H umane Society,call (321) 636-3343 or visit www.CritterSavers.com.Evening of Classic' entertainment to benefit Humane Society By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.comDINING & ENTERTAINMENT son who has a lot of life experience, Sagittarius. Assert yourself calmly and effectively to get your point across.CA PRI CO RN Dec. 22/Jan. 20T rust the people you love, Capricorn. They may grow weary of not knowing which way you lean. Be firm when making decisions and others will respect you for it.AQ UARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18It is not always easy to think and act differently from those around you, Aquarius. 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F riday, April 4, 2014 B4 MelbourneHometown News 092730Answers located in Classied Section 096810 25%OFF 25%OFFANYSINGLE SERVICE ANYSINGLE SERVICEWith this coupon € New clients only Craft &Business Vendors Horse &Pony Rides Dunking Bucket Bounce Houses &Slide Fire Department Demonstrations Car Show Critter CornerŽ(local animals) American &Greek Foods &Beer Novelty &SnackFoods Games, Raffles &More!783324Presented by the TOWNOF MALABAR Along with our sponsors: Saturday, April 5 10 am to 4 pm Saturday, April 5 10 am to 4 pmAdmission and Parking are Free!Malabar Community Park 1850 Malabar Road,Malabar(next to the Fire Station)-Sand HillTrail Head 1400 Marie Street,Malabar(next to old School House)Ta ke a hayride to get to the Trail HeadTHE TOWN OF MALABAR WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL OF THE LOCAL BUSINESSES AND RESTAURANTS FOR THEIR IN-KIND SERVICES AND DONATIONS. YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT IS GREATLY APPRECIATED. TO BE A VENDOR, DONOR OR SPONSOR OF THIS EVENT OR TO VOLUNTEER, PLEASE CONTACT CINDI KELLEY AT TOWN HALL: (321) 727-7764, EXT.11 THE TOWN OF MALABAR WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL OF THE LOCAL BUSINESSES AND RESTAURANTS FOR THEIR IN-KIND SERVICES AND DONATIONS. YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT IS GREATLY APPRECIATED. TO BE A VENDOR, DONOR OR SPONSOR OF THIS EVENT OR TO VOLUNTEER, PLEASE CONTACT CINDI KELLEY AT TOWN HALL: (321) 727-7764, EXT.11Live Entertainment by "JohnQuinlivan Band" Craft &Business Vendors Horse &Pony Rides Dunking Bucket Bounce Houses &Slide Fire Department Demonstrations Car Show Critter CornerŽ(local animals) American &Greek Foods &Beer Novelty &SnackFoods Games, Raffles &More! Craft &Business Vendors Horse &Pony Rides Dunking Bucket Bounce Houses &Slide Fire Department Demonstrations Car Show Critter CornerŽ(local animals) American &Greek Foods &Beer Novelty &SnackFoods Games, Raffles &More!The Best Moving &Storage Idea EverTM Additional Sponsors : Brook Hollow Community Association, Sunshine Food Mart #44, BCSO&COPS, Nail Farms, Reasonable Auto Repair, Callagy Tires, Inc., Dennys, Bob Evans, The Palm House, Loreens Village Cafe, Andretti Thrill Park, Chilis, Ozzies Crabhouse, Shore Lanes-Palm Bay, Sonnys Bar-B-Q and The Shack. Does Your Pet Have What It Takes To Be Hometown News P et of the Week ?We r e asking you, our readers, to submit photos oftheir beloved pets for our Contest.The Winner each w eek will be featured in our newspaper and will qualify to become our  P et of the Year! Ž783326See this weeks winner for details on how to enter! 783327 096841 Three seatings available:10:30 am, 12:30 pm and 2:30 pmBUFFET INCL UDES: Fr esh Salads, Seafood, Carving Station, Omelet Station, Hot Selections, P astry Stations, Dessert Station &Complimentary Mimosa Easter Egg Hunt for the Kids at 12:00 pm G uest Appearance by the Easter Bunny! R eservations Recommended!C all 321-504-7776 x2www.durangolf.com BUFFET INCL UDES: C all 321-504-7776 x2EASTERSUNDAY BR UNCHAPRIL 20thEASTERSUNDAY BR UNCHAPRIL 20th ObituariesHelen Rusty' GarrityHel en "Rusty" Garrity, 71, of Melbourne, died Tuesday, Ma r ch 18, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Palm Bay.Luciano Armando Mendez-LopezL uciano Armando M endez-Lopez, 47, of Orlando, died Thursday, Ma r ch 20, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Ronald Joseph CarrionR onald Joseph Carrion, 58, of Melbourne, died Thursday, March 20, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.William RoddyW illiam Roddy, 82, of P alm Bay, died Saturday, Ma r ch 22, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Lillian PharesLillian Phares, 75, of M elbourne, died March 23, 2014. Arrangements were by No r th Brevard Funeral H ome, Titusville.James Henry VereenJ ames Henry Vereen, 72, of Melbourne, died Sunday, Ma r ch 23, 2014. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, Melbourne.Henry Scotty' ScottH enry "Scotty" Scott, 71, of West Melbourne, died S unday, March 23, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Robert Lee SchweitzerR obert Lee Schweitzer, 78, of Mechanicsburg, Pa., died M onday, March 24, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.

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C anaveral. F or more information,call (321) 868-2226. Heidi's Jazz Club: S teve K irsner & Friends will play from 5-8 p.m. and the Ron R eixeira Trio will play from 8:30 p.m. to midnight Fr iday. The Ron Teixeira Trio will play from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday. The jam session will be from 7-11 p .m. Sunday. Steve Kirsner & Friends will play from 6-9 p .m. Wednesday. The Kenny C ohen Trio will play from 8 p .m. to midnight Thursday. H eidi's is at 7 N. Orlando Av e ., Cocoa Beach. F or more information,call (321) 7834559. Kenny D's Grill & Bar: Fr eeway will play from 9 p .m. to 1 a.m. Friday. Whole Lotta Zeppelin, the Led Ze ppelin Tribute Band, will play from 9-11 p.m. Saturday. The Texas Hold'em T ournament for charity will be from 2-10 p.m. Sunday. A karaoke contest, with $10,000 in cash prizes, will be from 8 p.m. to midnight T uesday. The Gary Kirby D uo will play for ladies night from 4 p.m. to midnight Wednesday. The S wamp Fox open jam night is from 8-11 p.m. Thursday. K enny D's is at 4711 Babcock St., Palm Bay .F or more information,call (321) 7249462. Melbourne Elks: The birthday bash is from 4-7 p .m. every first Sunday of the month (April 6). The D ukes of Doo Wop will perform. F or tickets and r eservations,call (321) 5012591. Ka r aoke and dancing with Lou Phillips is from 5-9 p .m. on Mondays and is open to non-members B allroom dance lessons will be every Thursday from 7-8 p .m., with an open dance afterwards. C all (321) 7512599 for cost and more information. The Melbourne Elks No. 1744 is at 211 S. Nieman Ave., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 768-1744. Open Mike's: Fr iday is "W ine Me Up" jazz jam night from 6-9 p.m. Music showcases and special events night is from 6-9 p.m. to midnight Saturday. Jazz jam night is from 6-9 p.m. M onday. "Totally Open T uesday" open jam with a full band is from 6-9 p.m. T uesday. "WTF Wednesday" C omedy Night (18 and older) is from 7:30-10 p.m. W ednesday. The rockin' blues jam is from 6-9 p.m. Thursday. Open Mike's is at F lorida Discount Music, 454 N. Harbor City Blvd., (U.S. H ighway 1), Melbourne. For more information,call (321) 254-5645. Ozzies'Crabhouse: S mall Talk with Ginnette will play from 6-10 p.m. Friday. S teve Cowden will play from 6-10 p.m. Saturday. Sybil G age will play from 5-9 p.m. S unday. Atlantic Bluegrass will play from 7-9 p.m. W ednesday. Karaoke with K en Eddy will be from 7-11 p .m. Thursday. Ozzie's is at 4391 Dixie Highway N.E., P alm Bay. F or more information,call (321) 724-0009. Player's Club Billiards & Bar: A live DJ will play from 9 p.m. to closing Thursday, Fr iday and Saturday nights. P oker night is from 7 p.m. to closing Wednesday and S unday nights. Monday night is margarita 2-for-1 night. Tuesday nights will feature a free comedy show from 8-10 p.m. with free pool after the show. Player's B illiard Club is at 1935 Au ro ra R oad, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 254-8067. Rusty's Seafood & Oyster Bar: R eggae Vibes will play from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday and 5-9 p.m. Sunday. J ose will play from 6-10 p.m. M onday. Jon Parrot will play from 6-10 p.m. Tuesday. Jim Mi tchell will play from 6-10 W ednesday. Rusty's is at 628 G len Cheek Drive, Port C anaveral. F or more information,call (321) 783-2033. Sebastian Beach Inn: S am and Eric will play at 5 p .m. Friday. Lyrical Soul will play at 7 p.m. Saturday. V intage will play from 1-5 p .m. for Sunday Fun Day. The Sebastian Beach Inn is at 7035 S. Highway A1A, M elbourne Beach. F or more information,call (321) 7284311. Siggy's All-American Bar: The dance party with DJ Chris will be at 8 p.m. and Spanks will play at 9 p .m. Friday. The dance party with DJ Chris will be at 8 p .m. and The Umbrella Thieves will play at 9:30 p .m. Saturday. Last Chance Ka r aoke with Roger will be from 7-11 p.m. Monday. Jam night with Steve Cowden, Ba rt & JB will be at 8 p.m. W ednesday. Acoustic classic live night with The Hitmen will be at 7 p.m. Thursday. 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 Absolute Blue will play at 7 p.m. Friday. Plan B will play at 2 p.m. and Coco Locos will play at 7 p.m. S aturday. Jammin' for Jerry, with live bands all day, will be from noon to 8 p.m. S unday. Johnny Danger will play at 6 p.m. Monday. Gary K irby will play at 6 p.m. T uesday. Live Bait will play at 6 p.m. Wednesday. The J ohn Q Jam Session will be at 6 p.m. Thursday. Squid Lips is at 1477 Pineapple Av e ., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2593101. E ditor's note: To have your music venue listed in Club Scene,send it in monthly,or 7-10 days in advance of our F riday publication dates,to brevnews@hometownnewsol.com or (321) 242-1013 (fax). www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, April 4, 2014 Melbourne B5 783217 In recent weeks, the University of Floridas Small Animal Hospital has seen a spike in the cases of leptospirosis in dogs. Leptospirosis is an illnesscausing bacteria that can be contracted through the urine of infected animals. The bacteria can live in soil or w ater for months, which is w here an unlucky canine can pick it up. Its bad enough that it affects our pets, but leptospirosis is a zoonotic disease, which means that it can spread from animals to people. It causes severe kidney and liver problems in canines, and may cause long lasting flu-like symptoms in humans. Luckily, your dog can be vaccinated against leptospirosis. If your dog has contact with wildlife, spends lots of time outdoors, and/or goes swimming in untreated w ater, you may want to consider this vaccine. As always, please consult your v eterinarian for more information and guidance. 096806T ails from the Vet Dr. Michael Ponte Dr. Michael Ponte (321) 254-1754 www.sarnoanimalhospital.com 096863 JOYCE KEESEY WILL HELP YOU DOWNSIZE AND SIMPLIFYCertified Senior TransitionSpecialist Assisting y ou with : € Listing and selling your Florida home € Disposing of your furnishings (sell or donate) € Cleaning your home for new owner6300 N.Wickham Rd,Suite 132c € Melbourne,FLcell: 321-258-3720email: keeseycompany@bellsouth.net www.spacecoastproperties.net Cell: (561)376-0177 Office (321) 215-0033r ina.patel@olympichomes.com Email: soldbyrina@gmail.comRina J.Patel,MBA079948 445 5th Avenue Indialantic,Fl 32903Call me now to list your property 079813 By Jignesh PatelIn this edition of "O pportunity Knocks" we would like to help further the education of our r eaders. So lets get started! 1.Frame Type a. Frame type of a building is a large indicator of the durability of the structure itself. We all know that concrete or block construction is more durable than wood frame construction. Fu r thermore, older wood frames are very susceptible to termite damage. But on the opposite end, wood frame properties tend to be lower in price. 2.Value Change in Last 3 Y ears a. The county appraiser allows you to look back over the last three years to see how much the property value has gone up, down, or stayed the same. This is a good valuation metric to consider when trying to calculate your maximum bid amount. b. This metric will give y ou insight into how the surrounding area is performing in property v alue change. 3.Auction Date a. It is important to know exactly which day the property is going up for auction. This way you can be present with all necessary funds and information. b. Y ou generally want to start researching a property at least 2 weeks in advance. Starting your due diligence process after the 2 week mark could risk missing small details in your due diligence process. To see further information on all properties going to auction visit us at www.BrevardForeclosure. US. There you will find useful data and images, as well as the ability to set alerts to notify you if a property, that fits your specifications, hits the auction block. We at Br evard Foreclosure want to make sure you have the best resources available to help you make the best investment possible. Pictured properties are scheduled for auction April 9 &10. Answers to your questions for Opportunity Knocks 079910 089097 SceneF rom page B1 Street in Melbourne (because of the farmer's market). Y ou may leave a car in the parking lot for the day, and you may want to get yourself a little treat for the ride from the farmer's market. The ride should take three hours, and we will take at least one rest break. The bus has a restroom, DVD player and Wi-Fi. Y ou may leave things on the bus, but it is advisable not to leave anything valuable. T he bus will drop us right in the middle of the action. Feel free to spend the day as you wish, and please have dinner before we leave. T he bus will depart Cedar K ey at 5 p.m. and arrive back in Eau Gallie at 8 p.m. T he roundtrip bus fare is $65. An optional boat tour cost $25. It leaves every two hours beginning at 11 a.m. Call to reserve your seat at (352) 231-4435. To purchase tickets, visit www.cedarkey.eventbrite.com F or more information, contact HQ@weinerdogpromotions.com or call (321) 543-0638. W einer Dog Promotions is a promotions company based in the Eau Gallie Arts District, which creates events that fulfill the need for fun, entertainment, intelligent conversation or a need in the community.F ashion show at the yacht clubT he Rufus Fairbanks Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will present "Cruising the Seven Seas" Fashion Show at 11:30OutF rom page B3 See OUT, B6

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F riday, April 4, 2014 B6 MelbourneHometown News Office 321-242-1013Cell 321-277-6163783223 Is your advertising driving you CRAZY?Need a cost effective solution?Stop going crazy and callRick Edwardsfor a Free consultation! 096804€ Children Welcome € Veneers € Whitening € Root Canals € Crowns € TMJDisorder € One-Visit Restorations € Dental Emergencies Seen Promptly € Cosmetic Dentistry € Dentures € Implant RestorationsDental Insurance W elcomeMon-Tue-Thu 7:30-5:30 W ed 12:30-7:30$75John T. Bailey, DMDServing Brevard For 28 YearsJohn T. Bailey, DMD723-0938917 S. Wickham Rd. € W. Melbourne € 32904Family DentistryAny patient and any other person responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or be reimbursed for payment for any other service, Examinations or treatment which is performed as a result and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free service, examination or treatment. DEBIT Got A Dental Problem?Bring your prior file/xrays for a FREE 2nd opinion. westmelbournedentist.com Expires 5/1/14 New Patient IntroductionNew Patient Prophy (1110) and Exam (0150) 4 Bite Wing X-rays (0274) with Oral Cancer Screening 096839Full Interior DesignService Since 1990 a.m. Saturday, April 12 at the Eau Gallie Yacht Club, 100 Datura Drive, Indian Harbour Beach. F ashions will be by Dillard's, Merritt Square Mall. T he menu choice will be: trio salad plate or bourbon marinated sirloin over g rilled vegetables, chef's choice of appropriate sides, rolls and butter, coffee, tea and chocolate crme brulee. T he purpose of the event is to raise $1,500 for a scholarship for a high school senior. Cost is $30. F or tickets and more information, call Beth at (321) 777-4065.Sip & StrollSip, stroll and experience Historic Downtown Melbourne from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 12. Check in will be at Campbell Park, at 929 New Haven A ve., Melbourne. Discover new merchants, check out the latest fashions and gift ideas and enjoy wine and beer samplings along the way. Each reservation includes a commemorative wine glass, passport and tote bag, loaded with stuff. T ickets are $25 in advance and $30 day of the event for general admission. F or more information and sponsorship packets, email info@downtownsipandstroll.com.P assport to Wines Around the WorldAging Matters in Brevard will present its Seventh Annual Passport to Wines Around the World on Saturday, April 12 at the Space Coast Convention Center Holiday Inn, 301 T ucker Lane, Cocoa, at 6 p.m. T he evening will be filled with hors d'oeuvres, select wines, entertainment, balloon pops, a live auction and more. Proceeds for this event will help provide care for more than 6,800 seniors. F or more information or if you would like to sponsor this event, call Jeanne at (321) 806-3767 or email jhakkila@agingmattersbrevard.org.OutF rom page B5 SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS! 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MELBOURNE The second payment did the trick. T aking on a persona not his own, Detective Rodney Anderson waited patiently in his vehicle, as the suspect hed been in contact with for weeks prepared to give him the money, in exchange for a murder. It was all a part of the agreement. I t s a skill that has to be honed; to blend in within the wide open, Detective Anderson said later about the recent investigation, which remains ongoing. N ot much can be said about the case, at this time, D etective Anderson said, but he revealed that his r ecent undercover sting surrounded a local man, who wanted someone dead a person, who had wronged him and his brother and, who is now the boyfriend of his exlover. Its difficult to go into details because its a major part of the case, but he had specifics about how he wanted this done, Detective Anderson said about the intended kill for hire. H is main intended person was the male, but he kept alluding to me that he wanted the female (killed) at some point. D espite the risk involved, Detective Anderson said he loves what he does.Officer receives recognition for time posing as hitman MELBOURNE MAX IS S MARTHe plays in his cat condo, snuggles and runs around the house P ageA7 INSIDEV ol. 10, No. 37 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, April 4, 2014 SOMETHINGBIGIS COMING 042514 098897 FRIDAY, APRIL 4 Nautical antiques: The Brevard Antiques and C ollectibles Club will hold its monthly meeting Friday Apr il 4 at The Suntree/Viera P ublic Library, 902 Jordan B lass Drive, Suntree, at 10 a.m. The subject will be N autical. Please bring one item for study and discussion. F or additional information,call George at (321) 254-5831 or Melinda at (321) 777-1374. There is a different topic at each meeting. The group is open to anyone having an interest in learning about antiques and collectibles. Container gardening: The Melbourne Garden Club will meet Friday, April 4 at Eau Gallie Public Library on Pineapple Ave., in Melbourne, from 10 a.m. to noon. The guest speaker will be Elfrieda Tullar, and the program will be about container gardening. F or more information, contact Sandi Dix at (321) 952-5618. Golf the private Suntree C ountry with Sheriff W ayne Ivey: Ser ene Harbors Drive Away Domestic V iolence will be Friday, Apr il 4 at 1 p.m. at the S untree Country Club. It will be a shotgun scramble. Each golfer will receive a certificate to play Suntree C ountry Club during his or her off season for only $35 (that works out to $67.50 a r ound on a private course). Y ou also have the chance to win a four-door Fiat, donated by Fiat of Melbourne, with a hole-in-one. There will be goodie bags for all players. Win an O dyssey Putter from Joe R aley of State Farm during the putting contest. There will be lots of prizes and contests. Suntree/Viera Public Libr ary: The library will offer the following events from April 4-11 at 902 Jor dan Blass Drive, Melbourne: Brevard Antiques & C ollectibles group: 1-3 p.m. Fr iday, April 4. Read to a Dog program: 3:30-4:30 p.m. Friday, April 4. American Girl History M ystery Book Club: 1-3 p .m. Saturday, April 15. Suntree Garden Club: 9 a.m. to noon, Monday, April 7. Wednesday Group Art FOOD B1 INDEXE NTREES WITH A TWISTCalendarA1 ClassifiedB6 Crossword B4 Horoscopes B1 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Entertainment B3 V iewpoint A6Community CalendarSee CALENDAR, A3 Headed to the Big Leagues Photo by Paul LepinskieJohn Woodson, 12, of Melbourne leaves the field with Bob Henley, third-base coach for the Washington Nationals after throwing out the first pitch at the Washington Nationals Spring Training Game, Saturday, March 22. John and several other local kids got to watch the game, courtesy of the Washington Nationals and Wheelchairs 4 Kids. Wheelchairs 4 Kids is a Florida-based charity that provides wheelchairs and fun for children with differing abilities. This is the third year in a row that the Nationals and Wheelchairs 4 Kids provided a day at Space Coast Stadium.Event to benefit domestic violence centerMELBOURNE Since 1992, one local organization has helped victims of domestic violence get back on their feet, making sure they have access to the services they need. Ser ene Harbor, Inc., has been a safe haven for women and children, while also providing outr each help for men, in the Space Coast community. To help raise domestic violence awareness, Ser ene Harbor, together with Sophisticated Gents and Charm Magazine, will host its fifth annual What a Girl Wants event on Friday, April 11 at the Melbourne Auditorium from 4 to 9 p.m. R egistration is available online through Thursday, April 10 to obtain advanced pricing, while tickets will also be sold at the door. General admission is $15 in advance and $20 at the door. VIP tickets are $35 in advance and $40 at the door, if available. This evening event will include shopping, chocolate, fashion and firefighters, with more than 60 vendors, a silent auction, raffles and events on stage. Na ncy Peltonen, director of marketing and fundraising for Serene H arbor, said she is looking forward to another fabulous event, as What a Girl Wants is going big this year. The itinerary includes a musical performance from Janna Ivey, daughter of Brevard County S heriff Wayne Ivey; Alfie S ilva, a Las Vegas singing impersonator, who performs as Elvis, Frank S inatra, Dean Martin and J ohnny Cash; female employees of the Sheriffs Office, modeling clothing from Dillards in the Melbourne Square College to host open house for current, prospective studentsMELBOURNE Those looking to further their education and bolster their futures are invited to attend an open house at the Melbourne campus of Eastern Florida State College on Wednesday, April 9 from 5 to 7 p.m. The event will take place in Building 7, Room 114. B oth current and prospective students are invited to the event, in which they will also have the chance to apply and r egister for classes. Pr ospective students will have the opportunity to hear about more than 100 degree and certificate programs, currently available at Eastern Florida S tate College, including N ursing and Health Sciences, Career and Technical programs, Public Safety and the like, said John J. Glisch, associate vice president of communications. Those, who attend W ednesdays open house, will also have the opportunity to interact with r epresentatives from campus clubs and activities, as well as staff from Y outh concerto winners to perform, help collect food, this weekendBREVARD Some of the S pace Coasts most talented y outh will host a night full of wonderful music, while giving back to those in need. On Sunday, April 6, the Br evard Symphony Youth Orchestra will host its eighth annual Concerto C ompetition Winners R ecital at Suntree United M ethodist Church, beginning at 3:30 p.m. The concert is free and will feature three teen winners of the annual competition, along with the groups P hilharmonic orchestra and select chamber music ensembles. The BSYO requests that concert attendees bring a canned good or nonperishable food item for the Or chestras Feeding America national food drive. Lourdes Quintero, executive director of the BSYO, is excited for the winners of this years Concerto Competition to share their talents with Brevard residents. W e began the competition with 13 candidates, she said. Round one was held on Dec. 9, 2013, and r ound two was held on Jan. 20. Participants were judged on tone quality, intonation, rhythm, technique, interpretation, musicianship and bowing for strings and articulation for woodwinds. R achel Ho, 16, of Melbourne, was named theBy Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com See OPEN HOUSE, A7By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com See Y OUTH, A8Shopping, chocolate and firefighters among What a Girl WantsBy Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.comSee GIRL, A2By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See H ITMAN, A4 092338 Lic.# 178 321-984-8091 www.popcornremoval.comOccupied Homes Our Speciality POPCORN CEILINGSRemoved,Replaced with Knock DownJOSEPH STEVENS AND SONSLicensed,Bonded & Insured All Major Credit Cards AcceptedJMJ Guaranteed Work Since 1970Thanks To God Who Created Us! EXTERIOR PAINTING: Cleaning and Removing Mildew Seal Cracks &Caulk 100% Acrylic Paint WaterproongINTERIOR PAINTING: All Prep Work Install Crown Moulding Replace w/Custom Textures

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M all, who will be escorted by dogs from the Paws and Str ipes program; and a Br azilian martial arts demonstration. The night will be capped off with another fashion show from the men of the Br evard County Sheriffs Office, as well as Brevard C ounty Fire Rescue, modeling clothing from Dillards. There are lots of prizes in store, Ms. Peltonen said. S heriff Ivey will be the emcee. There are also a handful of VIP tickets available for What a Girl Wants, which are going quickly. M y suggestion is for people to go online as soon as possible to purchase them, Ms. Peltonen added. The VIP tickets include access to the VIP lounge with couches, food, a swag bag, beverages and VIP seating for the entire evenings programs. In addition to a night full of fabulous entertainment, attendees can also try to snag some great prizes during the silent auction or try their luck in the raffle. W e have lots of baskets featuring wine, chocolates, jewelry, gift certificates, home dcor, purses, shawls, crystal, restaurant certificates, ballroom dance lessons, household cleaning certificates and much more, Ms. Peltonen said. F unds raised during What a Girl Wants will help Serene Harbor with all of its projects. W e now have a new petfriendly facility where the women, coming into our shelter, are able to bring their dogs and cats with them, Ms. Peltonen said. They dont have to choose between being safe and leaving their pet behind. Ser ene Harbors pet facility opened in February and hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday, March 18. W e also provide an eightw eek prevention program for third-graders, discussing bullying, dealing with diversity, disappointment and healthy relationships, Ms. P eltonen added. S hockingly, Ms. Peltonen said that in 2012, there was a 150 percent increase over 2011 in murders and manslaughter, all due to domestic violence in Breva rd C ounty. W e went from four deaths to 10, Ms. Peltonen. W e are here to make Breva rd a better place, and it is only through the assistance of the community that we will be able to shed light on domestic violence and work toward solutions to reduce the number of incidents. Ser ene Harbor provides training on dating violence, domestic violence, elder abuse and domestic violence in the workplace. What a Girl Wants, hosted by Serene Harbor, in partnership with Sophisticated Gents and Charm M agazine, is Friday, April 11 from 4 to 9 p.m. at the Melbourne Auditorium. F or more information or to r egister,call Nancy Peltonen at (321) 726-0402,email Ser eneHarbor@cfl.rr.com, or visit www.SereneHarbor.org. F riday, April 4, 2014 A2 MelbourneHometown News 783220 2161 AURORA RD. MELBOURNE321-421-6277 Visit Us Online:www.brevardaidtoanimals.comBREVARDAIDTOANIMALS LOW COST SPAY/NEUTER VACCINATIONS LABWORK PUPPY KITTEN PLANS DENTALS HEARTWORM PREVENTIONSPRING HAS SPRUNG!Are your fleas popping like flowers?WELLNESS & PREVENTION PRODUCTS AVAILABLELike Us On Facebook 079940Activyl Advantage Z ComfortisCats as low as $1150Dogs as low as $1200 Open for Vet Care We d-Sat. 7-4 Sick Walk-Ins Welcome! By Amanda Hatfield Anderson Staff writer INDIAN HARBOUR BEACH -For more than 30 y ears, Dan Talarico has been giving the gift of better hearing to his clients. "A friend of mine was a B eltone dealer back home, and he called me up out of the clear blue to see if I wanted to try my hand at it," said Mr. Talarico, a Satellite B each resident. My background was in chemistry and biology, and I had no inclination to go into sales or business." What started out as a possible short-term experiment turned into a long-term profession, that has been satisfying, with non-stop evolution in technology. In 1989, Mr. Talarico opened Riverwalk Hearing C enter in Sebastian, then opened the Indian Harbour B each location in 1998. He later sold his Sebastian location in 2003. "Most of what we deal with at Riverwalk Hearing C enter are people with sensori-neural hearing loss, commonly known as nerve deafness," Mr. Talarico said. "This type of loss is usually caused by prolonged exposure to loud noise, heredity or sickness. Some of the newer medications on the market can also affect a person's hearing." While nerve deafness cannot be taken care of surgically or medically, hearing aids are the only r emedy; however, they do not r estore hearing. "They only accommodate the hearing you still have," Mr. Talarico added. Riverwalk Hearing Center also deals with those who have conductive hearing loss, which occurs when a person suffers some sort of trauma. Mr. Talarico explained that this condition may be r epaired surgically, but if a person does not want to go through the surgical procedure, then they can be helped with hearing aids. "When I first got into the hearing aid business, we only had analog hearing aids, which were basically sound amplifiers," Mr. Talarico said. "For the most part, they amplified everything and background noise was a real problem." He added that if someone had high frequency loss, the hearing aids would still amplify the low frequencies, where the majority of background noise occurs, while the louder sounds were amplified even louder. "In the early 1990s, we brought out analog digitally programmable hearing aids, which allowed us to somewhat shape the hearing aids' response to the person's loss," Mr. Talarico said. These hearing aids were still analog, which continued to bring in too much unwanted, non-verbal background noise. "Finally, in 1998, the manufacturers brought out true digital hearing aids," Mr. T alarico said. The first few generations were a big improvement, but there was still room for improvement with background noise." The hearing aid models that have been available since 2010 are by far the best y et, in Mr. Talarico's opinion. The technology has expanded the frequency r ange, allowing those, who have worn hearing aids for ye ars, to hear so much more than before. Mr. Talarico said that this advancement is extremely beneficial for those who have a problem hearing female and children's voices, television and music. When a client comes to Riverwalk Hearing Center, Mr. Talarico first gives them a hearing test. Based on the r esults, he then goes through which hearing aid models are adequate for the consumer. B uying hearing aids is similar to buying a car; hearing aid manufactures have four to six levels of technology, just as auto makers have multiple levels. "We try to fit a person according to their social interactions, as well as their budget," Mr. Talarico said. "If someone isn't that active, they do not need to purchase more expensive hearing aids, which are geared toward r educing more background noise." The two hearing aid companies Mr. Talarico prefers to work with are P honak and Oticon. "There is so much to do when it comes to programming the digital hearing aids," Mr. Talarico said. "If y ou try to work with several companies, you just can't do the job right." Mr. Talarico said he has selected Phonak and Oticon because he believes they are continuously updating technology, keeping them at the forefront of the industry. One of the most profound advances, as of late, has been the use of FM-enabled technology in hearing aids. "It allows people to change the volume and the programming within the hearing aid, and when it's connected to Bluetooth and the phone rings, the patient can press a button on the r emote and just start talking," he said. "The signal is going right through their hearing aids, amplifying all of the frequencies to the way they are supposed to be." Mr. Talarico added that the FM-enabled hearing aids can even be hooked up to a TV. "I went over to a woman's house to set her hearing aid to her television, and as she w ent room-to-room, she could still hear the TV," he said. "When I got ready to leave, we were out in her driveway and she started laughing, all because she could still hear the television." Another interesting advancement in hearing aids is the clip-on microphone. These enable a single speaker, wearing the microphone, to be heard as far as 45 feet away by the person wearing the hearing aid. "Phonak is working with people, who have Tinnitus, or r inging in the ears," Mr. T alarico said. "There is programming in the hearing aid that allows us to deal with that. Just like the common cold, we know about T innitus, but we don't know how to fix it completely." While very few insurance companies help to take care of hearing aid expenses, Mr. T alarico recognizes the importance of working with his customers to get them exactly what they need. "People are sometimes hesitant to get a hearing aid because of bad experiences others may have had or because of cost, but I have offered full refunds for 25 y ears to those, who weren't happy with their hearing aids," he said. "People will go back and tell their friends about the refund, and I can't look at it as losing a customer, but gaining several." W ith the many changes in the hearing aid industry, Mr. T alarico joked that he is worried the technology will eventually be out of his grasp; however, he is certain about one thing. "The most rewarding part of my job is watching customers be able to hear," he said. "The great thing about the new stuff on the market, even if my clients have worn hearing aids before, is that they are astonished by how well they can hear when they get the newer hearing aids." Riverwalk Hearing Center is located at 728 E. Eau Gallie Blv d., Indian Harbour Beach. Office hours are Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p .m., Fridays from 8 a.m. to 1 p .m. and Saturdays by appointment only. F or more information, or to make an appointment, call (321) 773-5060. T ime to get your hearing checked? T ime to get your hearing checked? DanTalarico, H.A.S., Owner 30 Years ExperienceRIVERWALK HEARING CENTER (EST. 1989)728 E. Eau Gallie Blvd, Indian Harbour Beach, FL321-773-5060WHYPAYSALESCOMMISSION?DEALDIRECTLYWITHTHE OWNER&SAVE! 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US1 GRWExit 273I-95P ine Tree DrORMONDBEACH1385 N. U.S. Hwy 1 Exit 273 from I-95Ormond Beach, FL 32174800-731-45645270 N. U.S. Hwy 1 Melbourne, FL 32940 800-731-4571 13906 W. ColonialDr. W inter Garden, FL 34787 800-731-4560HOURS Daily 9-6 Sunday 10-5 Group aims to rescue reptiles buried alive by construction projects BREVARD While many r esidents are completely unaware, one species of r eptile is often buried alive during construction projects, sometimes taking up to a year to die, experts said. The Florida gopher tortoise, scientifically known as gopherus polyphemus, is named for its ability to dig deep, underground burrows, many along the Space C oast. The turtles are listed as keystone species by the I nternational Union for the Co nservation of Nature and N atural Resources. By d igging deep burrows, the tortoise also creates food and shelter for other animals, such frogs, snakes and mice. How ever, it is digging that can ultimately lead to its demise. Since tortoises live underground in burrows, they have one way in and out, said Carissa Kent, a member of Saving Floridas Gopher Tortoises. These threatened and protected animals are buried alive under development. The most horrifying aspect of this treatment is that it can take up to a year or more for the tortoises to die underground. Ms. Kent said that, due to their slow metabolism and ability to hibernate, it takes many months for the r eptiles to finally succumb to starvation, dehydration and/or suffocation. In addition, tortoises can be crushed, severely injured or killed by construction equipment on the site. In 2007, the state of F lorida required the r elocation or removal of gopher tortoises, prior to construction, listing the r eptile as an endangered species. How ever, Ms. Kent said that grandfathered projects, or permits for construction listed before the ruling, are still threatening these animals in their natural habitats. There are a total of 216 (projects) with over 3,500 tortoises listed on them, based on permitted numbers, in Brevard County, Ms. Kent said. We are working to research all of these permits to determine which properties are alreadydeveloped, partially developed or underdeveloped, so we can save as many tortoises as we can. In Mar ch, the group re scued five tortoises and one box turtle from construction in Indialantic on a 2.5-acre parcel. The mission of the Saving F loridas Gopher Tortoises project is to save gopher tortoises from development sites that have incidental take permits, which involves construction that can trap the burrowed animals underground, while still alive. The group also promotes conservation and long-term species survival through partnerships with governmental agencies, nonprofits, private business and the F lorida residents. Ms. Kent said that she started the rescue project in collaboration with The H umane Society of the U nited States. (The Humane Society of the United States) continue to support the project under their Wildlife R esponse and Policy D ivision, she said. We are able to rescue tortoises, due to the generosity of grants and donations. Te ri R oper, community manager at Falcon Ridge, in association with developers A dams Homes, said that the company ensures that any wildlife is protected during construction projects. W e go through great lengths (to move the tortoises), she said. They can be enclosed for up to a y ear. How cruel is that? Another representative from the company, who works directly on construction projects, declined to comment and said that protecting wildlife is something they are r equired to do. S ince 2006, Ms. Kent has r escued more than 4,000 tortoises, with almost all of them being a part of a large, conservation-based r estoration project to return viable and sustainable populations to the Panhandle, which houses a natural r estoration area. The restoration project is at Nokuse Plantation, a 50,000-plus acre protected preserve in Walton County, o wned by MC Davis, she said. Photo courtesy of Carissa Kent One organization is working to protect Gopher Tortoises from being buried alive during construction projects.By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com Club: 12:30-3:30 p.m., W ednesday, April 9. TGIF Peacemakers: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Friday, April 11 Freebuilding with Legos: 3:30-4:30p.m. Friday, April 11. F or more information,call (321) 255-4404. Programs and events at the Eau Gallie Public L ibrary: Fridays, 2-4 p.m. The M aster Gardeners answer y our questions at their w eekly Garden Clinic. (No garden clinic on April 11 Monday, April 7, 7 p.m. 1st Monday with Friends Pr ogram: Doreen DeSerres, from Natures Spirit, will give a demonstration and teach about the benefits of aromatherapy Friday, April 11, 10 a.m. D iscuss At Weddings and W akes, by Alice McDermott, with Lou Ortega and The Second Friday Book Group 4/10, 5-7p, The Friends of the Eau Gallie LibraryCalendarF rom page A1 See CALENDARA4

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Spr ing Book Sale Members Pr eview Friday and Saturday, Ap ri l 11 and 12, 9 a.m. to 4 p .m. The Friends of the Eau Gallie Library Spring B ook Sale Thursdays, 11a.m. Pr eschool Storytime. Join in for songs, stories and a craft Monday, April 21, 3 p.m. After School Craft: Flowers for Earth Day Tuesday, April 22, 3 p.m. Lego Club. Come build. Eau Gallie Public Library is at 1521 Pineapple Ave., M elbourne. C all the library for more information,at (321) 2554304. Second Annual Brevard Wildlife Corridor Expedition: Pr esented by the Br evard Nature Alliance, this unique, multi-day, moving event presents the very best of Brevards nature and nature-based activities. Ev ents will be held from northern Brevard all the way down to southern Brevard, and will include: kayaking (single and multi-day), bicycling, stand up paddleboarding, horseback riding, fat tire bike rides, hikes, nature presentations and lectures, pontoon boat tours, camping and more. F or more information about this multi-day event, email expedition@brevardnaturealliance.org or call the Brevard Nature Alliance Office at (321) 268-5224.SAT URDAY, APRIL 5 Lee Miller Memorial G olf Tournament: This tournament will be at 7 a.m. S aturday, April 5 at the Tu rt le Creek Golf Club, 1279 A dmiralty Blvd., Rockledge. Co st is $60 per player. F or reservations and more information,R.S.V.P.to (321) 728-9723 or leemillergolf@clf.rr.com. Its a Clown of a Day birthday bash: On Saturday, Apr il 5 from 10 a.m. to 2 p. m., clowns, magic shows, games, raffles and Mash P otato Players creative acting class registrations are just a few of the FUN-tastic activities, celebrating Knucklebones Creative Kids Clubs birthday at The Knowledge Exchange, located at 5151 Babcock St., in Palm Bay. H elp Knucklebones celebrate turning 3 at its Its a Clown of a Day birthday bash. A dmission is $5; and kids, 11 and younger, are admitted free. F or more information,call (321) 215-1226,email kckclub@aol.com or visit www.knucklebonescreativekidsclub.com. Eau Gallie Civic Centers upcoming events and r egistrations: City of Melbournes Y outh Basketball League r egistration: Register your son or daughter, ages 6-16, for the city of Melbournes Y outh Basketball League. R egistration starts at the Eau Gallie Civic Center, 1551 Highland Ave., Melbourne, on Saturday, April 5 from 10 a.m. to noon. If you are interested in vo lunteering or have any questions about registration, in person or online,call (321) 255-4608. Adult Flashlight Easter Eg g Hunt: Friday, April 11, 8-10:30 p.m. at the Eau G allie Civic Center, 1551 H ighland Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 255-4608 for more information. Eau Gallie Civic Centers T een Extreme Summer C amp: This is nine weeks of non-stop exciting activities. D aily field trips include iceskating, bowling, theme and water parks, swimming and more. Cost includes activities. C amp registration can be taken at the Eau Gallie Civic C enter in person or online (Online registration for re gistered users only). He works in the Special O perations Unit of the Melbourne Police Department, where cases out of the norm are sent his way. He smiles, as he talks about it. A baseball cap sits comfortably atop his head. He looks at ease, as he proudly displays the badge, hanging from his neck. I m proud of the badge, he said. Being prior military, I understand the pride that comes with it, and I would never do something to tarnish it. It would crush me. D etective Anderson spent 10 years in the military before making the transition to law enforcement. This is something that I never really aspired toward as a kid, he said. I was an electrician out of school. He enjoys simple things fishing, hunting, spending time with his family but he said he doesnt relax much. The job wont allow it. N othing is ever the same, he said. There is definitely a new twist every day. One day, youre buying drugs, the next, we are doing a murder-for-hire. The next, we are putting a prostitute in jail. This case was no different. It all started when a man approached the department, saying that someone had approached him to kill a man. H e did a great job, (coming forward), Detective Anderson said. If it wasnt for him, the bad guy would have found someone else to do it. So many folks dont want to get involved because of todays society and the fear of retaliation. That is when an undercover Detective Anderson met with the suspect four times, in an unmarked vehicle, to discuss the gory details of the intended murder, while his unit followed closely, doing everything to keep out of sight. W e had to prove there was intent, he said. From my knowledge, he had tried this in the past, so we knew this was a reality. He had to act. D etective Anderson had to seem ruthless. A cold and calculative demeanor was needed, something that would not arise suspicion. Y oure basically an actor, Detective Anderson said. Its a little tedious because you always have to play that part when youre around him, and you cant talk and act like a cop, because we have certain things engrained in us. It makes it a challenge, but I r eally enjoy it. They worked out the specifics, something that D etective Anderson said he couldnt elaborate on, and the first payment was taken upfront. N ext, was the tricky part: the suspect needed to believe the man he wanted killed was dead. W e had to take the intended victim into protective custody for a week, D etective Anderson said. W e stayed with him 24 hours a day. He was very cooperative with us. He wanted to contact loved ones to say that he was OK, but we didnt want that. We wanted people to think he was gone. His girlfriend even contacted the police. Once the suspect believed the man to be dead, the second payment was handed over to a still undercover Detective Anderson. The second payment was enough for an arrest, and the suspect was taken into custody. F ollowing weeks of hard work, Detective Anderson will be honored for his effort. The Melbourne Police D epartment announced that the 19-year veteran has been named the Departments Top Cop, which will also make him eligible for Brevard County Officer of the Year. D etective Andersons ov erall performance is outstanding, said Melbourne P olice Chief Steve Mimbs in a press statement. The dedication, persistence and commitment demonstrated by D etective Anderson exemplify the distinctive qualities and accomplishments of an outstanding police officer and reflect highly upon the law enforcement profession. D etective Anderson r eceived this same honor in the past, alongside another officer in 2000, when the two made several arrests, combating drugs within the city. D espite these honors, D etective Anderson r emains humble, insisting that its just part of the job. W e really are all just people, he said. A lot of people make mistakes and do human things. Once one thing ends, 10 other things take its place. Its unfortunate that its never-ending. I think the state of the economy is making a lot of good folks do things they would have never dreamed of. F riday, April 4, 2014 A4 MelbourneHometown News 079938 Formerly Merita Bread Store New Products Arriving Every DayThe small store withBig Savings!The small store withBig Savings!The small store withBig Savings!The small store withBig Savings!The small store withBig Savings!The small store withBig Savings!2555 Aurora Rd Melbourne610-10002555 Aurora Rd Melbourne610-10002555 Aurora Rd Melbourne610-10002555 Aurora Rd Melbourne610-10002555 Aurora Rd Melbourne610-10002555 Aurora Rd Melbourne610-10002555 Aurora Rd Melbourne610-1000AURORADISCOUNTGROCERY AURORADISCOUNTGROCERY AURORADISCOUNTGROCERY AURORADISCOUNTGROCERY AURORADISCOUNTGROCERYNow Accepting EBT Family owned and operated079941 1 710 N. 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TIMETABLE4:00 pmPacket pick up and day of registration at Fellowship United Methodist Church 4:45 pmRegistration ends/Child care opens 5:30 pmRace Start 6:45 pmKids Run 7:00 pmAwards Ceremony 7:15 pmChild Care Ends 7:30 pmEaster Egg Hunt/Bonfire StartREGISTRATIONFEESEarly (ends 03/01/14) $25 Timely (ends 04/01/14) $28 Late $30 Team of 4 or more $25/pp Mail checks to: Fellowship United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 110307, PalmBay, FL 32911-0307Race packets can be picked up prior to race day atSports Authority1750 Evans Rd, Melbourne, FL 32904 Friday, April 18th, 2:30-6:30 pm or day of race at FUMC For more information, go to Fellowship United Methodist Church at: www.fellowshippalmbay.org/eggscramble5k Proceeds Benefit

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, April 4, 2014 Melbourne A5 096856 783318 092631 Police Report Melbourne Police Department Jeffery L. Smith, 59, of 881 Sarno Road, Melbourne, was charged Mar ch 21 with aggravated battery causing bodily harm. Kevin McCort, 40, of 304 Lincoln Ave. E., M elbourne, was charged Mar ch 22 with fraudswindling to obtain property. Luis Rivera, 34, of 630 T ennessee St., West Melbourne, was charged Mar ch 22 with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of cocaine and r esisting arrest without violence. Jamie Ericka Raper, 34, of 2028 Stewart Road, M elbourne, was charged Mar ch 23 with child neglect causing great bodily harm. Donald Akers, 27, of 2351 Dakota Drive, Melbourne, was charged Mar ch 24 with grand theft and resisting arrest without violence. Daniel L. Byrd, 55, of 1010 Brothers St., Melbourne, was charged Mar ch 24 with aggravate battery with a deadly w eapon, aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon and carrying a concealed weapon. Ronald Feldpusch, 43, of 821 Azalea Court, M elbourne, was charged Mar ch 24 on an out-ofcounty warrant, with driving while license suspended/revoked, r efusing to submit to a balance test, felony battery and felony driving under the influence. Aaron Joseph Gaudet, 43, of 4407 Plomton Drive, M elbourne, was charged Mar ch 24 with aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon. Shane Justin Halberstadt, 37, of 62 Sweet Sue Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged March 24 with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, burglary with assault/battery and criminal mischief-property damage. Jami Johnson, 37, of 2785 Mariah Drive, Melbourne, was charged Mar ch 24 with kidnappingfalse imprisonment of an adult, criminal mischiefproperty damage and felony battery. Eugene Nelems, 38, of 2901 Albemarle St., Melbourne, was charged Mar ch 24 with driving while license suspended, having no proof of insurance and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana. Tameka L. Owens, 40, of 911 Almond Blvd., M elbourne, was charged Mar ch 25 with aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon and felony battery. Leroy Lester Smith, 37, of 504 Roberts St., Melbourne, was charged Mar ch 25 with petit larceny and felony on-site violation of probation. Willie Hampton, 22, of 6900 Woodlake Drive N.E., P alm Bay, was charged Mar ch 26 with possession of marijuana with intent to sell, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana, resisting arrest without violence and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Teresa Darlene Wagster, 33, of 1414 Lillian Lane, M elbourne, was charged Mar ch 27 with grand theft auto, possession of drug paraphernalia, larceny, dealing in stolen property and fraud-giving a false statement of ownership to a secondhand property dealer.P alm Bay P olice Department Lonnie Michael Muska, 46, of 121 Seahorse Circle S.E., Palm Bay, was charged March 21 with fleeing/attempting to elude a police officer and felony driving under the influence. Steven Sean Jackson, 25, of 784 Cadez St. N.E., P alm Bay, was charged Mar ch 22 with felony child abuse and felony child neglect. Jennifer Hanna Jones, 27, of 1666 Wainwright St. S.E., Palm Bay, was charged March 23 with fraud-illegal use of credit cards and larceny of a credit card. Carolyn Lani Karsk, 28, of 784 Cadez St. N.E., Palm Ba y, was charged March 24 with felony child abuse and felony child neglect. Lucious Williams Mc Ka y, 35, of 2826 S tarlight Circle, Palm Bay, was charged March 25 as a habitual traffic offender driving on a suspended license and with felony battery. Michelle Alisha Mosinak, 34, of 926 Burn Drive, P alm Bay, was charged Mar ch 27 with grand theft auto, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Jermaine Williams, 38, of 1970 Academy St. N.E., P alm Bay, was charged Mar ch 27 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of cocaine, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a weapon/ammo by a convicted felon, resisting arrest without violence, felony violation of a municipal ordinance and felony violation of a county ordinance.W est Melbourne P olice Department Victoria Janelle Pederson Marulanda, 18, of 2901 Albemarle St., Melbourne, was charged March 21 with larceny. Crystal Michelle D attilo, 32, of 1749 Cedarwood Drive, Melbourne, was charged March 24 as an out-of-state fugitive, with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, larceny and felony violation of probation. Megan Cantor, 37, of 335 Patrick Circle, Melbourne, was charged Mar ch 25 with larceny.Brevard County Sheriffs Office Daniel Charles Foster, 19, of 314 Hibiscus Trail, M elbourne, was charged Mar ch 21 with two counts of dealing in stolen property. Tarick Abdul Rahman Z ein, 19, of 305 Largo Circle, West Melbourne, was charged March 21 with grand theft of a firearm, r esisting arrest without violence, possession of liquor by a person younger than 21, driving under the influence and felony contempt of court. Breanna V. Jordan, 23, of 1420 Avocado St., M elbourne, was charged Mar ch 22 with selling drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia and two counts of felony on-site violation of probation. John Robert Miles, 30, of 2494 San Juan Circle, M elbourne, was charged march 22 with possession of cocaine, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, r esisting arrest without violence and possession of drug paraphernalia. David Carl Ashby, 40, of 4455 New Haven Ave. W., M elbourne, was charged Mar ch 24 on an out-ofcounty warrant, with r esisting arrest without violence and felony battery on an officer/firefighter/EMT. Christina Jo Brown, 46, of 2865 Colbert Circle, M elbourne, was charged Mar ch 26 with possession of cocaine, smuggling contraband into detention center and prostitution/lewdness. Marcos Antonio Ro sado, 57, of 1383 Croftwood Drive, Melbourne, was charged March 26 with fraud-issuing a check with insufficient funds to obtain goods/services. 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. R egistration deadlines are: city residents, April 12 from 9:30-11:30 a.m.; and non-residents, April 16 beginning at 9 a.m. C all (321) 255-4608 for more information. City of Melbournes Y outh Basketball League r egistration: J oin in, and re gister your son or daughter, ages 6-16, for the city of Melbournes Y outh Basketball League. R egistration starts at the Eau Gallie Civic C enter, 1551 Highland Ave ., in Melbourne, on S aturday, April 5 from 10 a.m. to noon. Y ou can register in person at the Eau Gallie Civic Center or online, if y ou are an online re gistered user. C all for more information about registering online. The cost per player is $38 for city of Melbourne r esidents and $45 for r esidents of the county or another city. P lease bring a copy of y our childs birth certificate and correct T-shirt size at the time of r egistration. Payment can be made by cash, check, money order, Visa, D iscover or MasterCard. Pr actices for the Youth B asketball League begin the week of May 27. If you are interested in v olunteering or have any question about registration,call (321) 255-4608. A home for pollinators: J oin native bee enthusiasts Peggy and T om Cavanaugh to learn about the global pollinator crisis and how to build a bee habitat at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, Apr il 5 at the Barrier I sland Center, 8385 S. H ighway A1A, Melbourne Beach. F or more information or to enroll,call (321) 723-3556 or visitCalendarF rom page A4

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A6 Melbourne THIS WEEKS LUCKY THIS WEEKS LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLE Is this your license plate number? Go to the nearest HTNOffice to verify by noon Tuesday.GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY! STOPBY ANY OFFICEOR CALL!!! I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 079913WIN$100 WIN$100This W eeks Prize This W eeks PrizeCONGRATULATIONS TOLASTWEEKS WINNEROF$200 SHERRYROWLAND OFPALMBAY! Insulted by the credit unionI have been insulted by the Navy Federal Credit U nion. I am a Vietnam veteran, was part of the first U.S. Navy K9 Corp, walked the fence-line nightly, then went on to serve in the fleet for the remaining years in my enlistment. Ive lived in a Navy town all my adult life Jacksonville always seen the Navy Federals in the neighborhood; but now, residing in Satellite Beach, I decided to make N avy Federal my bank; but, when I went in to open my account, I was told I did not qualify a U.S. military veteran, a Vietnam vet, a Navy veteran but I am not good enough to have an account with the Navy Federal Cr edit Union. I guess my time wasnt good enough? All gave some, some gave all ... S hame on you, Navy Federal.W etland development in Brevard CountyI nstead of spending the (Brevard) County Commissions time, effort and taxpayer money to determine which wetlands to open up for development, why dont y ou look into offering incentives to redevelop existing crumbling and functionally abandoned properties? T wo examples: the former Port Malabar bowling center and the former shopping center site at U.S. H ighway 1 and Port Malabar Boulevard. We should fully use and provide county/city services to the existing developed properties, before encouraging commercial or residential new development. Pa rt isan politics aside, whose interests do our elected officials protect? They should be representing the individual taxpayers who have to cover the tax holiday incentives given to new and expanding businesses or the residents whose quality of life and property values have plummeted, partially due to the blight of abandoned properties.Guns in the hands of childrenThe very first time I heard when a child at the age of 7 found a gun. She thought it was a toy and shot her 9y ear-old sister. The year was 1983, and it was my niece. S ince then, I have been hearing on the news about a lot of these kids, who some-how are getting these guns and shooting kids or adults. Now Im 59 years young, and when I was a kid, I never heard of this on the news. The parent or parents are not keeping their guns in a secure place, and that is how these kids are getting these guns. My niece found this loaded gun under the bed of my sister, and this disturbed me very much that my own sister would be so careless to do such a thing. What is going on? S omehow, people have got to secure these weapons, so that these kids cannot get them. I find it very sad that a lot of these kids are getting shot at such a young age. Where is the care?The problem with credit cardsI have noticed that too many people are having their identities stolen, because they used their credit card or debit card. There must be a way to secure this problem, because too many people are being affected by this problem. Look what happened to Target, alone, and how many people were affected by what happened there? This problem has increased too much. Ev en my tenant had this problem. The fraud department called him because someone had gotten his numbers and went online and ordered more than a $1,000 worth of different things. He was told that this happened at 12:40 a.m. He was asleep at that time, and he does not do any online ordering. These people have some sort of gizmo that sends out a signal and picks up your numbers that are in your wallet or purse. There is also a skimmer that gets your numbers, also. This has caused too many problems for people that it has gotten out of hand. I think this online ordering should not be allowed, I also think that when people use their card, they should have a picture of themselves on the card, plus they should be asked to show that the card they have belongs to them. Im not sure if this would stop this problem, but it may cause less problems.P arrots watching televisionPr epare yourself with legitimate knowledge and any history relative to the topic. Y ou saturate yourself daily by a false media and then embarrass yourself by repeating it. Gi ve the people, who fact check Fox and (your) friends, a break. Y ou become a parrot, and I, for one, am sick and tired of it.P olice: Response to responseFi rst off, you live in Rockledge, where maybe the police actually do their jobs. S econd, you admit that you have received a couple of speeding tickets, which you admit was your own stupidity. Im just wondering where you get off criticizing other people, who have no speeding tickets, and pay the taxes for the police to keep us safe. I work very hard and pay the taxes to have police protection, and when I see them sleeping or whatever they are so-called doing for over an hour in Wickham Pa rk yes, I do wonder what they are doing. My job allows me a half an hour for lunch. And yes, I can prove everything I say. Can you? O h, thats right, you are one of those people, who gets speeding tickets, all the time. Ye s, I work full time but, when I see the police blatantly taking advantage of our taxes, then yes, I am concerned. F unny, that all these negative newspaper articles that I have clipped, show no follow up as to what happened to the police person, who violated the law. Ye s, I have better things to do with my time, but, when I see how I, and the public, are being taken advantage of then, yes, I am concerned. So maybe its not me, who needs to get a life but, you. And have you considered slowing down and keeping our children safe from speeding vehicles?Racetracks vs. schoolsS omeone needs to explain why $400 million is going into improving a raceway, while schools are closing down for lack of funds. I just heard this on the news about this money going into a raceway and then a school closing down for lack VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, APRIL 4, 2014 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM Check out that arm!Representing Sabal Elementary School, Hailey Coffie, 1 2, of Melbourne participates in the softball throw at Eau Gallie High School, Saturday, March 15. Nine schools and one private track team participated in the Hersheys Track and Field event. The chocolate company has been sponsoring track meets for 35 years. The companys website says there is no treat more rewarding than fitness, selfesteem and hard work.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 2014, Hometown News, L.C.Phone (321) 242-1013 Fax (321) 242-1281Classified (321) 242-0442 1 -800-823-0466 Rants & Raves (321) 242-1276Circulation 1 -866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comMELBOURNEV oted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. Lee Mooty . . . . . .General Manager/CFO V ernon D.Smith . . .Managing Partner F arris Robinson . . .President T ammy Farmer . . . .Managing Editor Robin Bevilacqua . .Human Resources Kathy Young . . . . .Major/Natl. Accounts Manager Amanda Tucker . . .Major/Natl. 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Anderson . . . . .Staff Writer Chris Fish . . . . . . . . . .Staff Writer Michael Hibbard . . . . . . .News Clerk Ti me to be a parent again: Part 3In the previous tips of this series, we discussed the challenges that impact both parents and children, as well as how to recognize potential warning signs or r ed flags that your child may be struggling to stay on the r ight track. This week, I want to discuss how parents, law enforcement officers and our educators must work together to develop tomorro w s leaders. F irst and foremost, as parents, we have to support our educators in providing our children with an education that will lead them toward success. As law enforcement officers, we see a direct correlation between a child that is struggling academically and juvenile crime. M ost signs occur around seventh grade. When a child starts to struggle in school, they often look elsewhere for approval and acceptance. T odays educators have limited measures available to them to control the actions of students, therefore, have limited control of the classroom. In our Time To Be A Par ent Again seminar, we show a slide that depicts the difference between the parent/teacher relationships 30 years ago vs. today. The slide demonstrates that in earlier years, parents stood with the teacher asking the student to explain poor grades. The depiction for today demonstrates the parents standing next to the student, demanding that the teacher explain the poor grades. I believe it is extremely important to support our children, but equally as important to make sure our children understand that they are responsible for their own actions. Our children must focus on their academic efforts and understand the consequences for poor performance. The next step to help parents steer their children toward success is to make sure that parents understand that they are the chief law enforcement officers in their childrens lives. The following are social media and technology suggestions: 1. Talk to your child about what information is appropriate to share online. Any image or comment posted or shared is forever online. 2. Go over privacy settings with your children, and make sure they are structured so that they are unable to be changed. 3. Keep an Open Password policy with your children, so that you can ALWAYS monitor their online activities. 4. Periodically, check the browser history on their personal or shared computer to evaluate what types of w ebsites they are viewing. 5. If your child refuses to share their passwords or access to their computers with you, take away their access to the devices. R emember, you are the parent, and they live under y our roof; therefore, you are in control. There is nothing that prohibits a parent from taking away computers, cellular telephones or any other luxury that todays children enjoy. 6. Dont be afraid to discipline your child. A ppropriate discipline is one of the most important lessons we can teach, and also, one of the most important lessons they will carry on to parenthood later in life. As we close out our series on this important topic, I strongly encourage each of our parents to keep a constant vigil on their childrens activities, but also ask that that they maintain open channels of communication with their children. As I said at the very beginning of our series on this topic, parenting is one of the most demanding jobs, but is also one of the most rewarding. Wa yne Ivey is the sheriff of Brevard County BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFFWAYNE IVEY See R ANTS, A8

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of funds, and that does not make sense to me. What is more important: the education of a child or watching cars race? S omeone needs to do something about this.Gateway drug and pot zombiesI have to rant in response to marijuana being the gateway drug and pot z ombies. I believe that person is incorrect. The zombies you see are addicted to pharmaceutical drugs. There are seven people in my family, who are addicted to pharmaceutical drugs, and have become zombies. They had surgery and we re given OxyContin for the management of moderate to severe pain when a continuous, around-the-clock opioid analgesic is needed for an extended period of time. Oxycodone is an opioid pain medication. An opioid is sometimes called a narcotic. F amily addicted to these drugs cannot be in our home, because they will steal and they definitely act like zombies, even slurring when they speak. It is very addictive. They have withdrawal when they try to stop taking them. M ost people, who believe that marijuana is the gateway drug, are brainwashed by the media, which began in the 1920s and 1930s. B ut facts prove alcohol is the gateway drug. Alcohol is still the most widely used drug of teenagers. We all have a right to our opinion, and sometimes our opinions have facts to back them. M any good things will come from cannabis and hemp, and it is big companies like DuPont, paper mills, cotton and pharmaceuticals, and the list goes on, that will keep brainwashing you into believing it is bad. Find out for y ourself.Expansion projectI am all for Harris expansion project, but how about a little honesty from the local republican majority? WE BUILT THIS? F irst, Troutman is r epaved using federal stimulus money, and now the street re-alignment will also be paid for using state and federal money. In other words, the we here is we, the tax payers. I hope Harris enjoys all the taxpayer support!Redevelop existing propertiesI never heard back from anyone regarding my question: Why dont you look into offering incentives to redevelop existing crumbling and functionally abandoned properties, instead of studying which w etlands should be developed? Thank you.Its not just the carsY ou are right, there are too many Japanese, German and Korean cars in this state, and they are no better than American cars. By that I mean, the Chinese already bought most of the icon buildings in New York and (are) trying to purchase toll r oads: and who knows if they see we are on their side by buying their goods and supporting their economy? They might as well take ov er our government and have Chinese as third language. And, who knows, maybe the Social Security checks for our kids (will) be written in Japanese or Chinese.Response to Desperate need of repealWhy Hometown News printed your inaccurate information, I do not know. So please allow me to correct you. Obamacare (the Affordable Care Act) was not just something that was secretly passed in the dark of the night, as some would like you to believe. It r eceived 34 roll calls and 35 days of debate. Se n. John McCain (R-AZ) r ecently reminded his fellow Republicans that Obamacare was debated for weeks in Senate committees and received 25 days of debate on the S enate floor. S enators from both parties filed 506 amendments and took 34 roll call votes. The Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions C ommittee debated reform for a month and even accepted 164 Republican amendments. There was nothing secret about it. It was voted on, passed and is now the law of the land. Get over it, and move on.F unding claims about the Affordable Care ActClaims that imply that (President Barack) Obama has taken money out of M edicare, and Medicare wont ever get it back, are simply not true. We are not using M edicare funds or gutting M edicare to pay for Obamacare (The Affordable Ca re A ct). One can simply verify this information on any fact-check website. R epublicans claim the presidents $716 billion cuts to Medicare hurt the programs finances, but the opposite is true. These cuts in the future growth of spending prolong the life of the M edicare trust fund, stretching the programs finances out longer than they would last otherwise. Why do people send in r ants to Hometown News that are verifiable false?The person who stopped me in the parking lotAs I approached my car in the mall parking lot today, I was approached by a stranger, who asked me if I voted for (President Bar ack) Obama. Assuming he read my (President) Obama bumper sticker, I proudly said Yes and proceeded to get in my car. As I did that, he said What a loser! and walked away laughing. I said nothing. The best r eply to a fool is silence. To take the time to stop and insult a stranger because they dont share y our opinion says so much about a person. (President) Obama won twice, so really who is the loser here, sir?Dogs in the grocery storeThis is in regards to a competition winner. Ms. Ho, who is a junior at West Shore J unior/Senior High School, is a viola player and will perform the Viola Concerto in G Minor by Cecil Forsyth. T omas Lopez, 15, of Melbourne was the winning violinist for this years competition. A Satellite High School student, Mr. Lopez will perform the Violin Concerto in E Minor by Felix M endelssohn. R ounding out this years competition winners is another Satellite High School student, Aleyna Bro wn. A flute player, Ms. Bro wn, 17, is a senior and will perform Fantasie Brillante from Carmen by Geroges Bizet. F or the past seven years, the BSYO has participated in the Orchestras Feeding America food drive, collecting an average of 600 pounds of food each year. W e look most forward to the giving back to the community through both collecting canned and dry foods and sharing the incredible talent of the y oung musicians of the BSYO, Mrs. Quintero said. In total, the BSYO has donated more than two tons of food for Orchestras F eeding America. P eople do not want to miss the chance of listening to the wonderfully talented, y oung musicians of the BSYO, while giving back to the community through the Or chestras Feeding America program, Mrs. Quintero said. Plus, its free! The Brevard Symphony Orchestra will host the eighth annual Concerto C ompetition Winners R ecital on Sunday, April 6 at S untree United Methodist Church. S undays performance begins at 3:30 p.m. and is free with the donation of a canned good or nonperishable food item. S untree United Methodist Church is located at 7400 N. Wi ckham Road, Melbourne. F or more information about the BSYO,call (321) 216-7804 or visit www.BSYO.us. 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FullBody Waxing Y outhF rom page A1 Photo courtesy of Ray Baldino PhotographyThe eighth annual Concerto Competition Winners Recital will be held on Sunday, April 6 in Suntree. Teen performers, from left to right: Rachel Ho, Aleyna Brown and Tomas L opez. Eastern Florida State C ollege will host an open house on Wednesday, April 9 from 5 to 7 p.m. on the M elbourne campus, Building 7, room 114. C urrent and prospective students, who cannot attend any open house event, may schedule a campus tour by visiting www.EasternFlorida.edu or by calling (321) 6321111. Eastern Florida State C olleges Melbourne campus is located at 3865 N. W ickham Road, Melbourne.Open houseF rom page A7RantsF rom page A6 See R ANTS, A10

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www.barrierislandcenter.co m. Masters Workshop S econd Annual Barbecue: The annual barbecue will take place at 2525 Lipscomb S t., Melbourne, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 5. Donations are $10, which includes lunch. F or more information,call (321) 724-8639 or (321) 7287402. Free clinic and open house: On Saturday, April 5, Par isi Speed School XPC, in conjunction with Navigant C ollege Advising, Praetorian RX and Speech Path of Br evard, will host a free and informational clinic for the coaches, parents and aspiring youth athletes on achieving success as student athletes. B eginning at 11 a.m., Par isi Speed School XPC invites coaches, parents and children to attend an informational clinic that will cover sport performance training, baseline concussion testing, utilizing supplements safely and navigating the collegiate r ecruiting and selection process. S eats can be reserved by calling Parisi Speed School at (321) 610-3928 or visiting www.parisixpc.com In addition, beginning at 2 p .m., Parisi Speed School invites the community to an open house, which will include the renowned U ltimate Cat Club Challenge. The event is at 830 N. A pollo Blvd., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 610-3928,email info@parisixpc.com or visit www.parisixpc.com. Fashions for Hope: The GFWC Sunshine Juniorettes are a group of young women currently attending high school, who work together to help meet the needs of the community through volunteer service projects. On Saturday, April 5 the S unshine Juniorettes are sponsoring a fashion show and luncheon at 11:30 a.m. at the Holiday Inn, in Viera. Pr oceeds from the show will go to Hope for a Single M om, which is part of a not-for-profit organization called Breast Friends of F lorida, which began three y ears ago in Brevard County. M ake your reservation to attend Fashions for Hope by contacting Lee Thompson at (321) 507-4460 or gthompson53@cfl.rr.com. Y our $25 per person donation includes lunch and music by artist Erin A bu. Fashions will be provided by Cache, Charlotte Russe, Dillards and P atchington. There will be door prizes and raffles. Rock nroll music classics performed: N ight of the Classics will be S aturday, April 5 at The H enegar Center for the Arts, 625 E. New Haven Ave., M elbourne. Doors open at 6 p.m. C ome enjoy the sweet musical sounds of Pink Fl oy d, Led Zeppelin and The B eatles, performed by some of Brevards favorite musicians at a Night of the Classics on Saturday, April 5 at The Henegar Center in H istoric Downtown Melbourne. T ickets range from $15$20, and can be purchased by visiting www.Henegar.org. F ood will be available for purchase, along with Night of the Classics memorabilia. Pr oceeds from this event will benefit the Central Br evard Humane Society. F or more information, contact the Humane Society at (321) 636-3343 or visit crittersavers.com.SUNDAY, APRIL 6 Soldier for a Day Competition: On Sunday, April 6, the Lambda Chi Alpha and D elta Tau Delta Fraternities from the Florida Institute of T echnology will be hosting the Soldier for a Day competition, benefiting the W ounded Warrior Project. This event will comprise of teams, competing in three categories: physical, spirit and donation-based competition to score points www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, April 4, 2014 Melbourne A9 Specials April 3-9079800 2135 Palm Bay Rd Palm Bay 32905321.726.8007Hours: Mon. Sat. 7:30-8 Sun. 8-7 FRESHPRODUCE! FRESHPRODUCE! FRESHPRODUCE! FRESHMEATS! FRESHMEATS! FRESHMEATS! GROCERY! GROCERY! SEAFOOD! DELI! 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F riday, April 4, 2014 A10 MelbourneHometown NewsDuran Golf Club announces experienced new director BREVARD Duran Golf Club announced a new director of player development and instruction last month. J ustin Blazer, a PGA member from the Faldo Golf Institute at the Marriot W orld Center in Orlando, will be taking over the position vacated by retiring W ally Kuchar. The position of the director is key in the success of our Academy of Golf, said David Tomczak, general manager of Duran Golf Club in Viera. The individual will lead the effort to grow the game of golf and provide the r esources to make it more enjoyable for all, who play. I am most excited for the opportunity to bring this level of player development and player programs to the golfers of the Space Coast. Mr. Blazer is originally from Yorktown, Va., and he began golfing as a teenager. Mr. Blazer, who is multilingual, has also worked with many LPGA and S enior Tour players as a putting and short-game instructor. He has caddied during tour events and Q-schools, and he has appeared in instructional videos for Golfweek.com and FoxSports.com. Mr. Blazer earned a degree in recreation and leisure studies, with a focus in recreational programming, leadership and coaching from Virginia Wesleyan College. Dur an Golf Club opened in 2005 and has since been r ecognized by H ometown News and F lorida Today as the Best Public Golf C ourse in Brevard County, Mr. Tomczak said. N o other club in the area offers the facilities that allow beginners and juniors to learn in such an accessible and affordable environment, along with the championship layout for the more experienced golfer, he said. Dur an Golf Clubs practice range was recently recognized as a Top 50 Pr actice Facility in the country by the Golf Range Association of America. Justin BlazerBy Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com Letters to the EditorInsurance you may needD ear Editor: I have heard and seen much about that nasty, old Obamacare, and how it hurts people. I was 61 and unable to get insurance, due to my diabetes and arthritis. I had always been insured by my employers, from age 18-60. In one month, I went from totally out of debt, other than my utility bills and mortgage, to $98,000 in debt, due to an unforseen illness, while uninsured. I just wanted to make it to 65, like many of us, for my healthcare. I was looking forward to my official r etirement and Social S ecurity, after paying in for 46 years. It happened fast, and there was no way to get around it. I almost died in the hospital, and it would have all been on my wife to settle out alone. We will pay it as we can and we will pay it. In J anuary, I signed up for Affordable Healthcare and now for just $202 a month, we can be covered if anything like that should happen again, including doctor visits and lab work, all at a minimal cost. Dont go without health care, especially just to snub our current president. Dont be a fool, who is ruled by emotion. Think about it, they cant drop you. They cant cap it to leave you holding the bag, should you be in need of more expensive care. Thank the ones, who pushed for it, to be enacted, taking great political risk. I am not surprised at the GOP resistance to this. It takes courage and compassion to push for the people, instead of for the r igged game that was the medical, insurance industry of the past. It is a shame that so many people suffer in their ignorance of what is in their better interest. Wake up, America! M ichael Olson M elbourneP erpetuating their powerD ear Editor: Do you think politicians, R epublicans and Democr ats alike, get elected to help their constituents? Or, do they get elected to help themselves? When I attended college way back when, I took a course in leadership. The first thing I learned was, A leader will do everything within his/he power to perpetuate his/her leadership. U sing that as a premise, I can logically conclude that politicians will do everything and anything within their power or ability to get elected, simply to perpetuate his or her role in the Legislature and/or Congress. Now, we have two opposing parties, who are trying hard to perpetuate their power. One is trying to do things that will help the nation. The other is doing things to perpetuate their leadership. You be the judge, which party that is. In his inaugural speech, J ohn F. Kennedy said, Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country. That has not been the case. A large majority of citizens are there, just waiting for a hand out. They think only of themselves and their gratification. As long as this attitude prevails and continues, no progress can be made. Then theirs is the one party that continues to feed this craving. Why do they feed this craving? B ecause it will perpetuate their leadership. I am not against helping my fellow men, but my fellow men have to find ways to help themselves. Gi ve a man fish, and he can eat for one day. Teach him how to fish and he can feed himself every day. R obert Rodrigues M elbourneIn Choosing the Right ReligionD ear Editor: In Choosing the Right R eligion, K.D. Williams wrote, In search of the truth, you may become disillusioned, as I have, and decide there really is no way to prove or disprove the rightness of any one r eligion. K.D. is wrong. If K.D. investigates religions closely, he will discover all legitimate religions are based on practicing the Golden Rule. Buddha, The J ewish Prophets, Jesus and M ohammad all taught and practiced the Golden Rule. The Golden Rule is all Gods laws and commandments rolled into one. No creatures anywhere in the universe can simplify the Golden Rule, making human beings among the most intelligent creatures in the universe. The Golden R ule provides a guideline for action that can provide a better world for all. There is nothing more right than the Golden Rule, which proves the rightness of any religion on which it is based. As far as atheists and scientists, who profess atheism or agnosticism, are concerned, if they practice the Golden Rule, then they are in accord with the tenants of any established r eligion. Whether or not they believe in a God is between them and God, just as it is between the members of the established religion and their God. I find believing in God helps me to make my life better. But that belief is between me and God, just as an atheists disbelief is between them and God. So, if I were K.D., I would study religion a bit more before giving up on it. D .A.Shedrow I ndialantic r ant, Keep your dogs out of the grocery store, a short rant that was in the H ometown News in D ecember. I totally agree with he or she, who wrote this rant. I do not think the grocery stores should allow the customers to bring pets inside the grocery stores, or any store for that matter, unless they are seeing-eye dogs. The owner puts the dog in the cart, where all your groceries are. This is not very sanitary.RantsF rom page A8 and win. The competition will be held at the Florida Institute of T echnologys Southgate F ields, at 150 W. University Blv d., Melbourne. The Wounded Warrior Pr oject is a nonprofit organization that provides programs and services to service members, during their transition between active duty and civilian life. Registration for South Br evard County Parks & R ecreation teen camps: Br evard County Parks & R ecreation, South Area, is offering summer teen camps at four locations in southern Br evard for children, who have completed sixth through ninth grades. C amps will begin on M onday, June 2 and run through Friday, Aug. 1. T eens will enjoy daily field trips to local attractions, as w ell as trips to out-of-county locations, such as Wet and W ild, Daytona Lagoon, D isney Quest, Sea World, H urricane Paintball and more. C amps will be offered at the following locations: Viera R egional Community Center, 2300 Judge Fran Jamieson Way, V iera, (321) 433-4891; W ickham Park Main Pavilion, 3845 N. Wickham Road, M elbourne, (321) 255-4400 ; R odes Park Community C enter, 3410 Flanagan Ave., W est Melbourne, (321) 9523215; and Ted Whitlock C ommunity Center, 1951 M alabar Road N.W., Palm Bay, (321) 952-3231. C amp hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p .m. Wednesday hours are 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. The fee is $90 per child, per w eek, plus the cost of daily field trips; transportation fees are included in the cost. F or camp information or to r egister,call or visit each camp location.For the Wickham Pa rk camp,call or visit the main South Area Parks & R ecreation Office at 1515 Sarno Road in Melbourne, (321) 255-4400 C amp calendars and r egistration forms are available online at www.brevardcounty.us/ParksSouth. F or more information,call the South Area Parks and R ecreation Office at (321) 2554400. Summer Break job opportunities: The North Area Parks Operations has several openings for various seasonal recreation workers and lifeguards to be employed during Summer Bre ak 2014. N eeded are day camp counselors, lifeguards, water safety instructors and experienced bus drivers. C all (321) 264-5105 for more information.MONDAY, APRIL 7 What is Alzheimers Disease:? U nderstanding D ementia & Related Disorders will be from 1-2 p.m. M onday, April 7 at One Senior P lace, 8085 Spyglass Hill R oad, Viera. Learn the basics of Alzheimers Disease and other r elated disorders. The event will be presented by the Purple Balloon Alzheimers Awareness C enter. R.S.V.P.to (321) 751-6771. Signup begins for 2014 S ummer Nature Camp at Erna Nixon Park: Brevard C ounty Parks & Recreation, S outh Area, will offer six w eeks of Summer Nature C amp at Erna Nixon Park, 1200 Evans Road, in West M elbourne. N ature camp is for children, ages 7-13. Camp dates are J une 2-6, June 9-13, June 1620, June 23-27, July 7-11 and J uly 14-18. A ctivities at Nature Camp include Zoomair, Lion C ountry, Typhoon Lagoon, Ripleys, rock climbing, horseback riding, airboat r ides, wildlife refuges and more. There are a limited number of spaces available for each w eek of Nature Camp. R egistration has started at Erna Nixon Park or the South Area Parks Main Office at 1515 Sarno Road, in Melbourne. W eekly camp fees are $90 per child, plus the cost of field trips. C amp calendars and r egistration forms are available online at www.brevardcounty.us/Erna. Fo r more information, please call Erna Nixon Park at (321) 952-4525. Partnership strengthened: Br evard Public Schools and the Brevard County Sheriffs Office have enhanced its current security partnership effective July 1, 2014. The increased partnership provides BPS with a highly trained law enforcement lieutenant, who will provide leadership for the Office of D istrict Security to improve communication and coordination between the district and all local law enforcement agencies. This unique collaborative effort is designed to enhance safety and security on school and district sites, while increasing learning opportunities for students, parents and staff.TU ESDAY, APRIL 8 Free cone day: B en & J errys at The Oaks on H ibiscus Avenue in Melbourne, is hosting a free cone day from noon to 8 p.m. T uesday, April 8. The store will partner with a local organization as a fundraising partner, and all donations from that day go to that organization. This year, Ben & Jerrys is partnering with The Childrens Hunger Project. Fo r more information,call (321) 674-7599 or email premierebenandjerrys@gmail .com. Girls Night Out Mammo Party: H ealth First presents a M ammo Party from 4:30-7 p .m. Tuesday, April 8 at 1051 S. Hickory St., Melbourne. C all today to reserve your appointment for a digital screening mammogram and enjoy the company of your friends and an opportunity to win a plush robe at the event. Fo r more information,visit www.health-first.org/diagnostics or call (321) 434-6100. Boy Scouts/Girl Scouts: M eetings will be Tuesdays from 5-6 p.m. at the Lipscomb Community Center, 3316 Monroe St., Melbourne. Fo r more information,visit www.lipscombcc@melbourneflorida.org or call (321) 674-5725. Now hiring summer camp counselors: S easonal summer jobs are opening for June 2 through August 1 (nine w eeks) at the Crane Community Center (camp ages 6-12 y ears), Lipscomb Park C ommunity Center (camp ages 6-12 years) and Eau G allie Civic Center (Teen C amp ages 12-16 years). C ontact and apply at the P ersonnel Division, 900 E. Str awbridge Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 953-6300 or visit www.melbourneflorida.org. C ounselors must be at least 18 years of age and have some r elated experience in working with children in a recreational atmosphere. Certification in A dult/Child CPR and Standard First Aid is preferred.WEDN ESDAY, A PRIL 9 Ranger-guided kayak tours offered: J oin knowledgeable rangers for a guided kayak/canoe tour from C ampbells Cove, near the S ebastian Inlet. Learn about the Indian River Lagoon and the plants and animals that call it home. Par ticipants can bring their o wn kayaks or reserve one from the Inlet Marina, for a r ental fee of $20 for two hours, for a single or double watercraft, with life jacket(s) and paddles included. Personal watercraft pays a launch fee of $3. M eet one mile north of S ebastian Inlet, turn west at large brown State Park sign and follow the dirt road to the I nlet Marina. Pr ogram status is dependent on weather conditions, so please call ahead to verify status. T imes are 1-3 p.m. Wednesdays at the Inlet Marina, 9502 S. Highway A1A, Melbourne B each. Fo r more information,call (772) 589-2147 or visit http://www.floridastateparks. org. Knucklebones Creative Kids Club: Knucklebones Cr eative Kids Club and R ussos Caf invites kids, ages 5-11, to have creative fun in art, crafts and old-fashioned games. Join in every Wednesday from 5-7 p.m. Its free. R ussos Caf is located inside Andrettis Thrill Park, at 3960 S. Babcock St., in M elbourne. Fo r more information,call (321) 215-1226. Surfrider Foundation Co coa Beach Chapters events: Every Wednesday: 6-10 p .m. Surf Flix at Coconuts on the Beach surf movies or live surf contests Third Tuesday: 6 p.m. monthly meeting at The Sur finista Saturday, following meeting: 9 a.m. at beach cleanup-surf session Saturday, April 12: 2 p.m. at the library documentary about plastics and the worlds gyres Saturday, April 12: Relay for Life at Lori Wilson Park Thursday, April 17: Beach cleanup, Easter Surfing F estival. Thursday, April 17: 11 a.m. H ands Across the Sand, opposing seismic air-gun testing and coastal drilling for oil, at Lori Wilson Park June 31: 8 p.m. Locally produced historical surf movie at Surfside Playhouse July 7: 9 a.m. Watermans Challenge at the International P alms July 21: 9 a.m. Surfers for A utism at Lori Wilson Park July 22: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. I nternational Surfing Day K ids activities, cookout, beach cleanup, surf session Saturday, April 26: 9 a.m. B anana River coastal cleanup. Free Kayaks available, first come, first served Aug. 28: National Kidney F oundation Rich Salick ProAm Surf Festival Sept. 20: 9 a.m. Coastal Clean-up on Ramp Road, C ocoa Beach. Fo r more information,email bamsurfscb@yahoo.com or visit cocoabeach.surfrider.org.THUR SDAY, A PRIL 10 Spring luncheon and fashion show: N eighbors of S untree will hold its annual Spr ing Luncheon and F ashion Show at the Suntree C ountry Club on April 10 at 11:30 a.m. F ashions from Stein Mart will be featured. The cost is $29 per person. T ickets for a 50/50 drawing will go on sale at 11 a.m. The program will begin promptly at 11:30 a.m. Pr epaid reservations are r equired. Contact Shirley Ferris at (321) 757-6687 for more information. Book club VITAS: One S enior Place, 8085 Spyglass H ill Road, Viera, will present thought provoking literature and lively discussions from 12 p.m. Thursdays, April 10, 17 and 24. R.S.V.P.at (321) 253-6311 to r eserve a seat. Free legal seminars: The S pace Community Law School, a project of the Br evard Bar Foundation, will offer free legal seminars to the public, with the intention of providing information on a var iety of legal topics. The seminars will be at the H arry T. & Harriette V. M oore Justice Center, Jury Assembly Room, at 2825 J udge Fran Jamieson Way, V iera. T imes will be from 6-8 p .m. Thursdays. The seminars are: April 10: Wills, Trusts and Pr obate, by Pierre Mommers, Esq. April 17: Auto Accidents from Beginning to End, by R obert Telfer, Esq. April 24: The First Amendment, by Judge D avid Silverman Pr e-registration is suggested at www.spacecoastcommunitylawschool.com, www.sccls.com or by calling (321) 269-6833.CalendarF rom page A9

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Melbourne B1 096802Is Quan the very best Thai Cook in Brevard?Stop by and find out!T AKEOUT DINE IN DELIVERY(Min. $15)Monday-Saturday 11am-7pm 1470 Aurora Road Melbourne (Next to Galaxy Skateland)321-622-6979F astest, T astiest Lunch in To wn!FREET haiIce Tea with this ad 3369 Sarno Road, Melbourne, FL32934(321) 752-8805Open 7 Days 9:00am-2:00am Over 25,000 VideosLargest Selection of Love Toys, Lingerie &Videos,Anywher e !! T otal PurchaseW ith This Coupon Excludes Sales Items Expires 4/30/1420%OFF783173 T ext FUNKY12 to 63975 for a chance to win a $250 Shopping Spree! Br evard CountyEntertainmentDining &SECTION B WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 2014Out & about INDIALANTIC Growing up in Indialantic, my family, friends and I frequented Paradise Beach Par k, with its volleyball courts and great sand bars, making the waves more optimal than other breaks in town. How ever, the Paradise B each Park I used to visit has come a long way since a recent remodel has brought forth a new playground, better parking and even a beachside diner. Thats right Paradise B each Park is now home to Par adise Treats, a state-ofthe-art yellow diner, outfitted with top-of-theline appliances and staffed by chefs. Chef Jamie Reilley, Chef B ill Sheldon and Chef M ike McCormack serve these entrees with a unique flair. F or example, the Philly cheese steaks are served on a special, locally made r oll, and the meat is of the highest quality. While at Paradise Treats, Chef Reilley and Chef S heldon prepared me their P hilly cheese steak, a delicious Nathans hot dog and Paradise Treats signature Fat Burger. Now, Im a very small person, but I can put away a decent amount of food in one sitting, but I was ov erwhelmed at the volume of food served to me. Par adise Treats Nathans hot dog is what Chef Mc Cor mack said was a jumbo Italian-style hot dog. N ot only was it juicy and delicious, it was served on a flavorful roll, complemented by thick-sliced potatoes, peppers and mustard. My mouth is actually watering as I recall my food! After eating about half of my Italian-style hot dog, I tried the Fat Burger, which is more than a quarter pound of ground beef, served on an extra-large bun and piled high with cheese, lettuce, thickly sliced tomato, mozzarella sticks, waffle fries and onion rings all of it a guilty, heavenly pleasure. I f you eat three Fat Bur gers within 30 minutes, y our meal is on us, Chef S heldon said. Its quite the challenge. Lastly, I tried Paradise Tr eats Philly cheese steak. My moms family is from P hiladelphia, so I have a pretty high standard when it comes to steak sandwiches, but boy, Paradise Tr eats is just as good or better as Pats and Genos. Se rv ed on specialty rolls, the Paradise Treats Philly cheese steak is served with a generous portion of steak, cheese, juicy onions and peppers. I honestly felt as if I was eating the best Philly Ive ever had in my life. There is also an array of delectable desserts on Par adise Treats menu, including soft serve ice cream, root beer floats, slush ice and much more. B ut how does a diner, located directly on the beach, serve such tremendous food? There are many unique items on our menu, and our three chefs are trained in the Jersey Shore tradition, Chef Reilley said. P aradise Treats Italian sausage, peppers and onions will more than satisfy you itll take you home. Par adise Treats is located at 2301 Highway A1A in I ndialantic. C atering is available, and call-in orders are accepted until one hour prior to closing. All charge cards are accepted, with no minimum purchase necessary. H ours are 11 a.m. to 9 p. m., Monday through S unday. F or more information about Paradise Treats or to place a call-in order,call (321) 210-5716.F ree Friday moviesT he Cocoa Beach Public Library presents award-winning free films at 3 p.m. on Fridays at 550 N. Brevard Ave., Cocoa Beach. April 4: Blue Jasmine, rated PG-13 April 11: Dallas Buyers Club, rated R April 18: American Hustle, rated R April 25: Nebraska, rated R May 2: Captain Phillips, rated PG13 May 9: Gravity, rated PG-13 P opcorn and refreshments will be served. F or more information, call(321) 8681104 or visit www.cocoabeachpubliclibrary.org.Singers to present Celebration of SpringAs the Space Coast bursts into bloom, the Indialantic Chamber Singers will present its annual spring concert, A Celebration of Spring: Songs of Nature, Love and Renewal, in two Brevard locations. T he Chamber Singers will first perform at 7:30 p.m. on Friday evening, April 4 at Advent Lutheran Church in Suntree, 7550 N. Wickham Road; and again during the day at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 6 at Eastminster Presbyterian Church, 106 N. Riverside Drive, Indialantic. Guest Conductor, Dr. Robert E. Lamb of Viera will direct the singers in the event that has become the annual rite of spring for Brevards choral music enthusiasts. Th e performance will feature springthemed music that ranges from the early works of Thomas Morley to more modern pieces by Benjamin Britten and Eric Whitacre. F eatured selections include Leonard Bernsteins French Choruses from The Lark, the Easter Hymn, from the opera Cavalleria Rusticana by Pietro Mascagni, and Make Our Garden Grow, from the opera, Candide in addition to Mollicones whimsical, National Weather Forecast. Long considered Brevards premier choral ensemble, the Indialantic Chamber Singers concerts are presented free of charge, with donations gratefully accepted. F or more information about the Indialantic Chamber Singers or the upcoming Celebration of Spring concerts, call (321) 426-0360 or visit www.IndialanticChamberSingers.org.Puccinis La BohemePuccinis story of young love is the most performed opera in Metropolitan Opera history. Capt.Hirams: Lori & Ga ry s Ir is will play from 47:30 p.m., Low Key will play from 5-9 p.m. and Orange Av enue will play from 7:30 p .m. to 12:30 a.m. Friday. The Chase Stites Duo will play from 2-6 p.m. and Orange Avenue will play from 7:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. S aturday. The Great Duck D erby will be from noon to 4 p.m., Roots & Reggae with the Lights Out Project will be from 2-8 p.m. and Greg & Brian will play from 6-10 p .m. Sunday. Kevin McC ullers will play from 610 p.m. Monday. Phil B annano will play from 610 p.m. Tuesday. The Tree Fr ogs will play from 5-10 p .m. Wednesday. Hypersona Lite will play from 610 p.m. Thursday. Capt. Hi ra m s is at 1606 Indian River Drive, Sebastian. For more information,call (772) 589-4345. Earls Hideaway: Angry M agoo will play at 8:30 p.m. Fr iday. Nasty Habits will play from 2-6 p.m. and G alaxy will play at 8:30 p.m. S aturday. Biscuit Miller & the Mix will play from 2-6 p .m. Sunday. Hari Kari will play from 6-10 p.m. Thursday. 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 T alent Karaoke from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and S aturday nights. The Fill-NS tation Saloon is at 2685 U.S. Highway 1, Mims. For more information,call (321) 383-0053. Grills Seafood & Tiki Bar Riverside: The Kore will play at 7:30 p.m. Friday. J ohnny Danger will play at 2 p.m. and Hypersona will play at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. M uck Fire will play from 3-7 p .m. Sunday. Mark Macri will play at 6 p.m. Wednesday. Derek will play at 5 p .m. Thursday. Grills Riverside is at 6075 N. U.S. H ighway 1, Melbourne. For more information,call (321) 242-8999. Grills Seafood & Tiki Bar at the Port: Hy persona will play from 8-11:45 p.m. Fr iday. Chris Miller will play at 2 p.m. and Muck Fire will play at 8 p.m. Saturday. H ypersona will play from 48 p.m. Sunday. Jason Domulot will play from 6-9 p .m. Wednesday. Johnny D anger will play from 5-9 p .m. Thursday. Grills is at 505 Glen Cheek Drive, Port ARIES March 21/April 20Aries, your self-confidence and enthusiasm have made you a natural leader. This week belongs to you, and others will rely on your leadership skills.TA URUS April 21/May 21A unique experience has inspired you to make a difference, Taurus. If you want to volunteer, there are many organizations that need help. Find the right fit for you.GEMINI May 22/June 21Change is right around the corner, Gemini. Take the time to listen to what the stars are trying to tell you so you can make the best decisions.CA NCE R June 22/July 22Y ou are very good at bringing together people, Cancer. Use this ability to create a social forum this week. Encourage those closest to you to exchange ideas.LEO July 23/Aug. 23Don't let others make decisions for you, Leo. This week take control of your life and be more assertive regarding the goals you want to accomplish.VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22V irgo, technology is foremost on your mind this week. F ocus on ways that technology can better your life and advance your career. Seek the advice of others.LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23Libra, seek guidance from friends and family when faced with a puzzling problem. Different perspectives can shed light on the problem and make it easier to solve.SCORPI O Oct. 24/Nov. 22Scorpio, give ample thought to what you really want out of a particular relationship or situation. You might have to make big changes, but such changes are worth the effort.SAG ITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21T ry to show others this week that you are a thoughtful per-See S CENE, B5 See SCOPES, B3Beachside diner serves up delicious entrees, with tasty, unique twist W eek of 4-4-2014See OUT, B2Club Scene Staff Photo by Amanda Hatfield AndersonParadise Treats, Indialantics very own beachfront diner, serves delicious meals, such as the Fat Burger, Philly Cheese Steak and Italian-styled hotdog.F or Hometown NewsnewsML@hometownnewsol.com

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Anita Hartig stars as the frail Mimi in Franco Zeffirellis classic production, with V ittorio Grigolo as her passionate lover, Rodolfo. T his live in HD production will be at 12:55 p.m. Saturday, April 5 at Carmike Cinemas A venue 16, at 2241 Town Centre Ave., Viera, with an encore performance at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 9. General admission is $24, with seniors $22 and students with ID $18. F or more information, call (321) 775-1210.Celtic Tales and Edwardian Dessert TeaT he Brevard Theatrical Ensemble invites you to A Magical Afternoon of Celtic T ales and Edwardian Dessert T ea at 2:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, April 5 and 6 at the P orcher House in Historic Cocoa Village, at 434 Delannoy Ave. T he stories, traditions, legends, humor, songs and dances of the Celtics will charm and captivate you. Cost is $12.50 per person (includes tea and desserts). F or tickets, call Lady Gail at (321) 676-0697. Reservations are a must. F or more information, visit www.brevardesnsemble.com. T hird Annual River Fest K eep Brevard Beautiful will present its Third Annual River F est celebration from 5-8:30 p.m., Saturday, April 5 at Cocoa Riverfront Park, 401 Riveredge Drive, Cocoa Village. River Fest 2014 is a family event for adults and children alike that will feature kids fun activities, educational booths, food trucks, awards and live music. River Fest will also feature a VIP tent, with seating, which includes catered food and drinks. VIP tickets will be available for purchase at $75 each, or can be purchased in advance at www.keepbrevardbeautiful.org. F or more information, call (321) 258-8217 or email tonysassokbb@yahoo.com.Symp hony presents Schuberts UnfinishedT he Space Coast Symphony Orchestra will present Schuberts Unfinished at 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 5 at the Scott Center for the Per forming Arts at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy, 5625 Holy Trinity Drive, in north Melbourne. Maestro Michael Hall will guest conduct the program, which includes the Southeast United States premiere of Southern Air, by compelling composer Clint Needham. Pianist Eric Clark joins the SCSO to present Edvard Griegs romantic classic, Piano Concerto in A minor. T he work is among Griegs earliest important works, written by the 24-year-old composer in 1868. The powerful concerto combines elements of Norwegian folk music and show-stopping piano flourishes. T he concert closes with F ranz Schuberts brilliant Symphony No. 8. With exquisite melodies and foretastes of romanticism, Schuberts so-called unfinished symphony has enjoyed continuous popularity for nearly two centuries. The $20 advanced tickets for adults are available through the orchestra website at www.SpaceCoastSymphony.org or at several convenient ticket outlets, including Ac e Hardware stores in Indialantic, Cocoa Beach and Satellite Beach, Blue Sky Insurance in Cocoa Village, T ropical Realty of Suntree, Art Expressions in downtown Eau Gallie, Atlantic Strings in Melbourne, A Floral Affair in Merritt Island, Brass & Reed Music Store in Merritt Island and Palm Bay Hearing Aid Center. T ickets at the door are $25. Children and students 18 and younger are free. F or more information, call toll free to (855) 252-7276. Find yourself in natureExpedition Brevard will present a special event day for all ages from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, April 6 at Fox Lake P ark in Titusville. T here will be naturalist presentations, photography walk workshops, big wagon rides around the park, face painting, meeting Florida animals (from Jungle Adventures), oyster-mat making information, a hands-on casting demonstration, author and fisherman Capt. Rodney Smith presentations, lunch outside and a night-critter ride. Cost is $15 per person, with children 12 and younger admitted free. F or more information or to register for events, visit www.expeditionbrevard.com.Contemporary dance performanceT he PGK Dance Project, based in San Diego, has performed the last 20 years across the United States and abroad, including Western and Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Asia, Australia and Africa. T he companys 2014 touring program Dance Collides hits the Henegar Center for the Arts, joined by local dancers in two of the works in the program. T he performance takes place on Sunday, April 6 at 2 p.m. at the Henegar Center, 625 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne. Tickets are $20 for adults and seniors, and $10 for students. Reserved tickets may be purchased in person at the Henegar Center Box Office Monday through Friday from 1-5 p.m. by calling (321) 723-8698 or at www.henegar.org. F or additional information, visit www.henegar.org.The Dukes of Doo WopT he Melbourne Elks Club monthly birthday bash will feature The Dukes of Doo Wo p from 4-7 p.m. Sunday, April 6 at 211 S. Nieman Ave., Melbourne. T here is a $10 cover charge, with tax included, and a $6 buffet and drink specials. F or tickets, call A.J. Cassone at (321) 502-2591.Annual spring showT he Titusville Art Leagues 5 0th Annual Spring Art Show will be held at the American P olice Hall of Fame & Museum, 6350 Horizon Drive, T itusville, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., April 10-13. T here will be free admission. Registration will be at the American Police Hall of Fame and Museum will be Thursday, April 10, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Exhibit hours: Friday, April 11, 2-8 p.m., with a VIP reception from 5:30-8 p.m. and a ribbon cutting and the 50th anniversary celebration from 4-8 p.m. Saturday, April 12, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday, April 13, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., with the awards ceremony at 3 p.m. and take down/out from 3:30-6 p.m. Contact Linda Krupp at (321) 269-5805 or visit www.titusvilleartleague.com for more information.Shrimp Feast 2014Join the Shrimp Feast 2014 festivities at the Seaside Picnic P avilion at the U.S. Coast Guard Station, on Grouper Road, Port Canaveral, from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Friday, April 11. T here will be a choice of colossal shrimp or barbecued ribs, plus all the fixings and soda, beer and wine and water. F or barbecued chicken, order in advance. T here will also be live music and dancing raffles, an auction and prizes. Bring the children for a tour of the Coast Guard facilities and a Coast Guard cutter. Cost is $40 per person or $70 per couple. Children 12 and younger are free. Photo identification is required to enter the Coast Guard Station. Show tickets for free, on site parking. T here will be wristbands issued for beer and wine consumption. R.S.V.P. is required at (321) 323-9886, propellerclubcanaveral@gmail or www.propellerclubcanaveral.com.Jazz pianist in MelbourneT he Atlantic Music Center in Melbourne will present T akana Miyamoto, jazz pianist, at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 11. Cost is $27 for adults and $20 for students younger than 18. T he Atlantic Music Center is at 25 S. Wickham Road, Melbourne, between Nasa Boulevard and Sarno Road, across from the Space Coast Credit Union. Hotel accommodations for some of the artists are provided by Courtyard Marriott of West Melbourne. Call (321) 768-2221 for tickets and information. Visit http://atlanticmusiccenter.com/concerts/index.ht ml. 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Bunny Fun Day and 5KBrevard County Parks & Recreation will present the T hird Annual ReCreate Your Life Race Series with the Bunny Fun Day and 5K at 7 a.m. Saturday, April 12 at Viera Regional Community Center, 2300 Judge Fran Jamieson Way, V iera. Registration is from 7-8 a.m. the day of the race, and the cost is $5. T he race is on un/paved roads, with the start and finish at the park. F or more information, call (321) 433-4891, email randy.detwiler@brevardparks.com or visit www.brevardcounty.us/runbrevard. T he next race will be at P alm Bay Regional Park on May 17.Join the tour bus to Cedar Keys arts festivalCedar Key is celebrating its 5 0th annual Juried Fine Arts Show on Historic Second Street, which will become a pedestrian mall featuring original fine arts and crafts, ceramics, textiles, photography, music in the park and school and civic groups selling food and beverages, such as their infamous homemade lemonade and clam chowder. T he whole town turns out for this major annual event. Cedar Key is literally off Floridas west coast and was named the perfect beach town (Southern Living June 2 012) and selected by the United States Department of Agriculture as Floridas Rural Community of the Year. T ake time to enjoy the beautiful coastal scenery in this quaint old Florida setting. Made up of a chain of small barrier islands, extending three miles into the Gulf of Mexico, you can take a boat tour or photograph magnificent oaks and historic architecture. To view the festival website, visit www.cedarkeyartsfestival.com. At 7 a.m. Saturday, April 12, the luxury motor coach will depart the Eau Gallie Arts District (behind the Foosaner Art Museum on Highland www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, April 4, 2014 Melbourne B3 www.BonefishWillys.com LIVE MUSIC WEEKENDSC OOLFROZENDRINKS WINE&BEER $500OFFthe purchase of 2 dinner entres and 2 beveragesE xpires 4-18-14Seating: Tuesday-Saturday 11am-10pm Sunday 11am9pmCLOSED MONDAYPlan Parties, Meetings and All Occasions Here!079939 Whole Maine Lobster, Clam, Shrimp & Mussel Boil Every Sunday All DayHAPPY HOUR EVERYDAY 2-6 PM Outside Seating with Sun Shades &Dockside Tiki Bar Beach next to the Dock! I ndoor/Outdoor Dining O pen 6 Days L unch & Dinner C arry Outs Available Early Menu Available M on-Thus 4pm-6pm I ntracoastal m.m. 101 2459 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne 321-253-8888 FREE WiFi DIGINArts Districts New Restaurant! 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WITHTHISAD096864Every TuesdayKARAOKECONTEST WIN$10, 000GRANDPRIZE $5,000PACQUIAO PACQUIAO BRADLEY BRADLEYAPRIL12 APRIL12 BREVARD Music lovers of all genres tend to agree that some of the greatest hits of all time come from the 1960s through 1980s. On Saturday, April 5, S pace Coast residents are invited to enjoy the sweet, musical sounds of Pink Fl oy d, Led Zeppelin and The Beatles, all performed by some of Brevards greatest musicians, at A N ight of the Classics at the H enegar Center in Historic Downtown Melbourne. Doors open at 6 p.m., with tickets available for $15 to $20. Pr oceeds will benefit the C entral Brevard Humane S ociety. This is the first time the H enegar will be putting on N ight of the Classics, said A dam Sikora, co-owner of N ight of the Classics, LLC., musical coordinator and guitarist for the show. Mr. Sikoras partnership with the Central Brevard H umane Society began when he was in high school. I had to do community service and served my time at one of their thrift stores, he said. So, when we went to pick a charity, I thought of the Central Brevard H umane Society first. I nspiration for the Night of the Classics show came from Mr. Sikora and his bandmates desire to r ecreate the sounds of some of rock-n-rolls gods properly and paying homage to the rock legends everyone loves. All of the musicians, in this show, put a lot of time and hard work into the show, and it wouldnt have been possible without everyone being on the same page, Mr. Sikora said. He will be joined by J ames Spiva and Vince Cr anford from Vintage; Billy Erskine and Brandon R apone from Red Tide; and M ichael Gass from Warehouse, just to name a few. In addition to food, concert-goers can purchase N ight of the Classics wristbands and T-shirts for sale. E ileen Cole, media r elations manager for the C entral Brevard Humane S ociety, called Mr. Sikora and his fellow musicians tr ue Humane heroes. The Central Brevard H umane Society is honored to have been asked to participate, once again, in this event, Ms. Cole said. A dam and his bandmates are all very talented musicians, and I know they will put on a fantastic show for the audience. Pr oceeds from Night of the Classics will help the C entral Brevard Humane S ociety care for the homeless animals at its shelter in C ocoa, as well as its adoption center on Merritt I sland. P eople should attend if they like a night full of Pink Fl oy d, the Beatles and Led Z eppelin, coupled by libations and food, served by M atts Casbah, all going for a good cause. In addition to the main event, Matts Casbah will host a retro-themed afterparty, following Saturdays performance. N ight of the Classics is S aturday, April 5 at the H enegar Center in Historic Downtown Melbourne, benefitting the Central Br evard Humane Society. Doors open at 6 p.m., with tickets available between $15-$20. F or more information or to purchase tickets,visit www.Henegar.org or www.NightoftheClassics.co m. F or more information about the Central Brevard H umane Society,call (321) 636-3343 or visit www.CritterSavers.com.Evening of Classic entertainment to benefit Humane Society By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.comDINING & ENTERTAINMENT son who has a lot of life experience, Sagittarius. Assert yourself calmly and effectively to get your point across.CAPRI CO RN Dec. 22/Jan. 20T rust the people you love, Capricorn. They may grow weary of not knowing which way you lean. Be firm when making decisions and others will respect you for it.AQ UARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18It is not always easy to think and act differently from those around you, Aquarius. But your willingness to take the road less traveled is why you're such an effective leader.PIS CE S Feb. 19/March 20Pisces, someone close to you is having problems that he or she cannot express. 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F riday, April 4, 2014 B4 MelbourneHometown News 092730Answers located in Classied Section 096810 25%OFF 25%OFFANYSINGLE SERVICE ANYSINGLE SERVICEWith this coupon New clients only Craft &Business Vendors Horse &Pony Rides Dunking Bucket Bounce Houses &Slide Fire Department Demonstrations Car Show Critter Corner(local animals) American &Greek Foods &Beer Novelty &SnackFoods Games, Raffles &More!783324Presented by the TOWNOF MALABAR Along with our sponsors: Saturday, April 5 10 am to 4 pm Saturday, April 5 10 am to 4 pmAdmission and Parking are Free!Malabar Community Park 1850 Malabar Road,Malabar(next to the Fire Station)-Sand HillTrail Head 1400 Marie Street,Malabar(next to old School House)Ta ke a hayride to get to the Trail HeadTHE TOWN OF MALABAR WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL OF THE LOCAL BUSINESSES AND RESTAURANTS FOR THEIR IN-KIND SERVICES AND DONATIONS. YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT IS GREATLY APPRECIATED. TO BE A VENDOR, DONOR OR SPONSOR OF THIS EVENT OR TO VOLUNTEER, PLEASE CONTACT CINDI KELLEY AT TOWN HALL: (321) 727-7764, EXT.11 THE TOWN OF MALABAR WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL OF THE LOCAL BUSINESSES AND RESTAURANTS FOR THEIR IN-KIND SERVICES AND DONATIONS. YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT IS GREATLY APPRECIATED. TO BE A VENDOR, DONOR OR SPONSOR OF THIS EVENT OR TO VOLUNTEER, PLEASE CONTACT CINDI KELLEY AT TOWN HALL: (321) 727-7764, EXT.11Live Entertainment by JohnQuinlivan Band Craft &Business Vendors Horse &Pony Rides Dunking Bucket Bounce Houses &Slide Fire Department Demonstrations Car Show Critter Corner(local animals) American &Greek Foods &Beer Novelty &SnackFoods Games, Raffles &More! Craft &Business Vendors Horse &Pony Rides Dunking Bucket Bounce Houses &Slide Fire Department Demonstrations Car Show Critter Corner(local animals) American &Greek Foods &Beer Novelty &SnackFoods Games, Raffles &More!The Best Moving &Storage Idea EverTM Additional Sponsors : Brook Hollow Community Association, Sunshine Food Mart #44, BCSO&COPS, Nail Farms, Reasonable Auto Repair, Callagy Tires, Inc., Dennys, Bob Evans, The Palm House, Loreens Village Cafe, Andretti Thrill Park, Chilis, Ozzies Crabhouse, Shore Lanes-Palm Bay, Sonnys Bar-B-Q and The Shack. Does Your Pet Have What It Takes To Be Hometown News P et of the Week?We r e asking you, our readers, to submit photos oftheir beloved pets for our Contest.The Winner each w eek will be featured in our newspaper and will qualify to become our P et of the Year!783326See this weeks winner for details on how to enter! 783327 096841 Three seatings available:10:30 am, 12:30 pm and 2:30 pmBUFFET INCL UDES: Fr esh Salads, Seafood, Carving Station, Omelet Station, Hot Selections, P astry Stations, Dessert Station &Complimentary Mimosa Easter Egg Hunt for the Kids at 12:00 pm G uest Appearance by the Easter Bunny! R eservations Recommended!C all 321-504-7776 x2www.durangolf.com BUFFET INCL UDES: C all 321-504-7776 x2EASTERSUNDAY BR UNCHAPRIL 20thEASTERSUNDAY BR UNCHAPRIL 20th ObituariesHelen Rusty GarrityHel en Rusty Garrity, 71, of Melbourne, died Tuesday, Mar ch 18, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Palm Bay.Luciano Armando Mendez-LopezL uciano Armando M endez-Lopez, 47, of Orlando, died Thursday, Mar ch 20, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Ronald Joseph CarrionR onald Joseph Carrion, 58, of Melbourne, died Thursday, March 20, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.William RoddyW illiam Roddy, 82, of P alm Bay, died Saturday, Mar ch 22, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Lillian PharesLillian Phares, 75, of M elbourne, died March 23, 2014. Arrangements were by Nor th Brevard Funeral H ome, Titusville.James Henry VereenJ ames Henry Vereen, 72, of Melbourne, died Sunday, Mar ch 23, 2014. Arrangements were by D avis Seawinds Funeral H ome & Crematory, Melbourne.Henry Scotty ScottH enry Scotty Scott, 71, of West Melbourne, died S unday, March 23, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Robert Lee SchweitzerR obert Lee Schweitzer, 78, of Mechanicsburg, Pa., died M onday, March 24, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.

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C anaveral. F or more information,call (321) 868-2226. Heidis Jazz Club: S teve K irsner & Friends will play from 5-8 p.m. and the Ron R eixeira Trio will play from 8:30 p.m. to midnight Fr iday. The Ron Teixeira Trio will play from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday. The jam session will be from 7-11 p .m. Sunday. Steve Kirsner & Friends will play from 6-9 p .m. Wednesday. The Kenny C ohen Trio will play from 8 p .m. to midnight Thursday. H eidis is at 7 N. Orlando Ave ., Cocoa Beach. F or more information,call (321) 7834559. Kenny Ds Grill & Bar: Freeway will play from 9 p .m. to 1 a.m. Friday. Whole Lotta Zeppelin, the Led Ze ppelin Tribute Band, will play from 9-11 p.m. Saturday. The Texas Holdem T ournament for charity will be from 2-10 p.m. Sunday. A karaoke contest, with $10,000 in cash prizes, will be from 8 p.m. to midnight T uesday. The Gary Kirby D uo will play for ladies night from 4 p.m. to midnight Wednesday. The S wamp Fox open jam night is from 8-11 p.m. Thursday. K enny Ds is at 4711 Babcock St., Palm Bay.F or more information,call (321) 7249462. Melbourne Elks: The birthday bash is from 4-7 p .m. every first Sunday of the month (April 6). The D ukes of Doo Wop will perform. F or tickets and r eservations,call (321) 5012591. Kar aoke and dancing with Lou Phillips is from 5-9 p .m. on Mondays and is open to non-members. B allroom dance lessons will be every Thursday from 7-8 p .m., with an open dance afterwards. C all (321) 7512599 for cost and more information. The Melbourne Elks No. 1744 is at 211 S. Nieman Ave., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 768-1744. Open Mikes: Fr iday is W ine Me Up jazz jam night from 6-9 p.m. Music showcases and special events night is from 6-9 p.m. to midnight Saturday. Jazz jam night is from 6-9 p.m. M onday. Totally Open T uesday open jam with a full band is from 6-9 p.m. T uesday. WTF Wednesday C omedy Night (18 and older) is from 7:30-10 p.m. W ednesday. The rockin blues jam is from 6-9 p.m. Thursday. Open Mikes is at F lorida Discount Music, 454 N. Harbor City Blvd., (U.S. H ighway 1), Melbourne. For more information,call (321) 254-5645. OzziesCrabhouse: S mall Talk with Ginnette will play from 6-10 p.m. Friday. S teve Cowden will play from 6-10 p.m. Saturday. Sybil G age will play from 5-9 p.m. S unday. Atlantic Bluegrass will play from 7-9 p.m. W ednesday. Karaoke with K en Eddy will be from 7-11 p .m. Thursday. Ozzies is at 4391 Dixie Highway N.E., P alm Bay. F or more information,call (321) 724-0009. Players Club Billiards & Bar: A live DJ will play from 9 p.m. to closing Thursday, Fr iday and Saturday nights. P oker night is from 7 p.m. to closing Wednesday and S unday nights. Monday night is margarita 2-for-1 night. Tuesday nights will feature a free comedy show from 8-10 p.m. with free pool after the show. Players B illiard Club is at 1935 Au ro ra R oad, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 254-8067. Rustys Seafood & Oyster Bar: R eggae Vibes will play from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday and 5-9 p.m. Sunday. J ose will play from 6-10 p.m. M onday. Jon Parrot will play from 6-10 p.m. Tuesday. Jim Mi tchell will play from 6-10 W ednesday. Rustys is at 628 G len Cheek Drive, Port C anaveral. F or more information,call (321) 783-2033. Sebastian Beach Inn: S am and Eric will play at 5 p .m. Friday. Lyrical Soul will play at 7 p.m. Saturday. V intage will play from 1-5 p .m. for Sunday Fun Day. The Sebastian Beach Inn is at 7035 S. Highway A1A, M elbourne Beach. F or more information,call (321) 7284311. Siggys All-American Bar: The dance party with DJ Chris will be at 8 p.m. and Spanks will play at 9 p .m. Friday. The dance party with DJ Chris will be at 8 p .m. and The Umbrella Thieves will play at 9:30 p .m. Saturday. Last Chance Kar aoke with Roger will be from 7-11 p.m. Monday. Jam night with Steve Cowden, Ba rt & JB will be at 8 p.m. W ednesday. Acoustic classic live night with The Hitmen will be at 7 p.m. Thursday. 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 Absolute Blue will play at 7 p.m. Friday. Plan B will play at 2 p.m. and Coco Locos will play at 7 p.m. S aturday. Jammin for Jerry, with live bands all day, will be from noon to 8 p.m. S unday. Johnny Danger will play at 6 p.m. Monday. Gary K irby will play at 6 p.m. T uesday. Live Bait will play at 6 p.m. Wednesday. The J ohn Q Jam Session will be at 6 p.m. Thursday. Squid Lips is at 1477 Pineapple Ave ., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2593101. E ditors note: To have your music venue listed in Club Scene,send it in monthly,or 7-10 days in advance of our F riday publication dates,to brevnews@hometownnewsol.com or (321) 242-1013 (fax). www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, April 4, 2014 Melbourne B5 783217 In recent weeks, the University of Floridas Small Animal Hospital has seen a spike in the cases of leptospirosis in dogs. Leptospirosis is an illnesscausing bacteria that can be contracted through the urine of infected animals. The bacteria can live in soil or w ater for months, which is w here an unlucky canine can pick it up. Its bad enough that it affects our pets, but leptospirosis is a zoonotic disease, which means that it can spread from animals to people. It causes severe kidney and liver problems in canines, and may cause long lasting flu-like symptoms in humans. Luckily, your dog can be vaccinated against leptospirosis. If your dog has contact with wildlife, spends lots of time outdoors, and/or goes swimming in untreated w ater, you may want to consider this vaccine. As always, please consult your v eterinarian for more information and guidance. 096806T ails from the Vet Dr. Michael Ponte Dr. Michael Ponte (321) 254-1754 www.sarnoanimalhospital.com 096863 JOYCE KEESEY WILL HELP YOU DOWNSIZE AND SIMPLIFYCertified Senior TransitionSpecialist Assisting y ou with : Listing and selling your Florida home Disposing of your furnishings (sell or donate) Cleaning your home for new owner6300 N.Wickham Rd,Suite 132c Melbourne,FLcell: 321-258-3720email: keeseycompany@bellsouth.net www.spacecoastproperties.net Cell: (561)376-0177 Office (321) 215-0033r ina.patel@olympichomes.com Email: soldbyrina@gmail.comRina J.Patel,MBA079948 445 5th Avenue Indialantic,Fl 32903Call me now to list your property 079813 By Jignesh PatelIn this edition of O pportunity Knocks we would like to help further the education of our r eaders. So lets get started! 1.Frame Type a. Frame type of a building is a large indicator of the durability of the structure itself. We all know that concrete or block construction is more durable than wood frame construction. Fur thermore, older wood frames are very susceptible to termite damage. But on the opposite end, wood frame properties tend to be lower in price. 2.Value Change in Last 3 Y ears a. The county appraiser allows you to look back over the last three years to see how much the property value has gone up, down, or stayed the same. This is a good valuation metric to consider when trying to calculate your maximum bid amount. b. This metric will give y ou insight into how the surrounding area is performing in property v alue change. 3.Auction Date a. It is important to know exactly which day the property is going up for auction. This way you can be present with all necessary funds and information. b. Y ou generally want to start researching a property at least 2 weeks in advance. Starting your due diligence process after the 2 week mark could risk missing small details in your due diligence process. To see further information on all properties going to auction visit us at www.BrevardForeclosure. US. There you will find useful data and images, as well as the ability to set alerts to notify you if a property, that fits your specifications, hits the auction block. We at Br evard Foreclosure want to make sure you have the best resources available to help you make the best investment possible. Pictured properties are scheduled for auction April 9 &10. Answers to your questions for Opportunity Knocks 079910 089097 SceneF rom page B1 Street in Melbourne (because of the farmers market). Y ou may leave a car in the parking lot for the day, and you may want to get yourself a little treat for the ride from the farmers market. The ride should take three hours, and we will take at least one rest break. The bus has a restroom, DVD player and Wi-Fi. Y ou may leave things on the bus, but it is advisable not to leave anything valuable. T he bus will drop us right in the middle of the action. Feel free to spend the day as you wish, and please have dinner before we leave. T he bus will depart Cedar K ey at 5 p.m. and arrive back in Eau Gallie at 8 p.m. T he roundtrip bus fare is $65. An optional boat tour cost $25. It leaves every two hours beginning at 11 a.m. Call to reserve your seat at (352) 231-4435. To purchase tickets, visit www.cedarkey.eventbrite.com F or more information, contact HQ@weinerdogpromotions.com or call (321) 543-0638. W einer Dog Promotions is a promotions company based in the Eau Gallie Arts District, which creates events that fulfill the need for fun, entertainment, intelligent conversation or a need in the community.F ashion show at the yacht clubT he Rufus Fairbanks Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will present Cruising the Seven Seas Fashion Show at 11:30OutF rom page B3 See OUT, B6

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F riday, April 4, 2014 B6 MelbourneHometown News Office 321-242-1013Cell 321-277-6163783223 Is your advertising driving you CRAZY?Need a cost effective solution?Stop going crazy and callRick Edwardsfor a Free consultation! 096804 Children Welcome Veneers Whitening Root Canals Crowns TMJDisorder One-Visit Restorations Dental Emergencies Seen Promptly Cosmetic Dentistry Dentures Implant RestorationsDental Insurance WelcomeMon-Tue-Thu 7:30-5:30 W ed 12:30-7:30$75John T. Bailey, DMDServing Brevard For 28 YearsJohn T. Bailey, DMD723-0938917 S. Wickham Rd. W. Melbourne 32904Family DentistryAny patient and any other person responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or be reimbursed for payment for any other service, Examinations or treatment which is performed as a result and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free service, examination or treatment. DEBIT Got A Dental Problem?Bring your prior file/xrays for a FREE 2nd opinion. westmelbournedentist.com Expires 5/1/14 New Patient IntroductionNew Patient Prophy (1110) and Exam (0150) 4 Bite Wing X-rays (0274) with Oral Cancer Screening 096839Full Interior DesignService Since 1990 a.m. Saturday, April 12 at the Eau Gallie Yacht Club, 100 Datura Drive, Indian Harbour Beach. F ashions will be by Dillards, Merritt Square Mall. T he menu choice will be: trio salad plate or bourbon marinated sirloin over g rilled vegetables, chefs choice of appropriate sides, rolls and butter, coffee, tea and chocolate crme brulee. T he purpose of the event is to raise $1,500 for a scholarship for a high school senior. Cost is $30. F or tickets and more information, call Beth at (321) 777-4065.Sip & StrollSip, stroll and experience Historic Downtown Melbourne from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 12. Check in will be at Campbell Park, at 929 New Haven A ve., Melbourne. Discover new merchants, check out the latest fashions and gift ideas and enjoy wine and beer samplings along the way. Each reservation includes a commemorative wine glass, passport and tote bag, loaded with stuff. T ickets are $25 in advance and $30 day of the event for general admission. F or more information and sponsorship packets, email info@downtownsipandstroll.com.P assport to Wines Around the WorldAging Matters in Brevard will present its Seventh Annual Passport to Wines Around the World on Saturday, April 12 at the Space Coast Convention Center Holiday Inn, 301 T ucker Lane, Cocoa, at 6 p.m. T he evening will be filled with hors doeuvres, select wines, entertainment, balloon pops, a live auction and more. Proceeds for this event will help provide care for more than 6,800 seniors. F or more information or if you would like to sponsor this event, call Jeanne at (321) 806-3767 or email jhakkila@agingmattersbrevard.org.OutF rom page B5 SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS! 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