Hometown news (Melbourne, FL). 2007.

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Hometown news (Melbourne, FL). 2007.
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093562 Lic.# 178 321-984-8091 www.popcornremoval.comOccupied Homes Our Speciality POPCORN CEILINGSRemoved,Replaced with Knock DownJOSEPH STEVENS AND SONSLicensed,Bonded & Insured All Major Credit Cards AcceptedJMJ Guaranteed Work Since 1970Thanks To God Who Created Us! EXTERIOR PAINTING: Cleaning and Removing Mildew Seal Cracks &Caulk 100% Acrylic Paint WaterproongINTERIOR PAINTING: All Prep Work Install Crown Moulding Replace w/Custom Textures MELBOURNE FRIDAY, MAY 2 Healthy Aging Expo: The Boomers and S eniors Healthy Aging E xpo will be Friday, May 2 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza Melbourne Oceanfront, 2605 N. Highway A1A, Indialantic. H ealth, finance, lifestyle, travel and wellness will be featured. F or more information, call (321) 773-1454. Events at the Suntree/Viera Public L ibrary: The library is at 902 Jordan Blass Drive, Viera. The events are: Friday, May 2: 9:30 a.m. to noon The Breva rd Antiques & Collectibles group will meet. This months feature is Lighting & Illumination. Monday, May 5: 9 a.m. to noon The Suntree Garden Club meets. Wednesdays, May 7 and 21: 1-3 p.m. Sit-nS titch Group. If you crochet, knit, cross stitch or embroider, or would like to learn, bring your curr ent project, and join in. Thursday, May 8: The N eighbors Book Club will meet and discuss The Round House by Louise Erdrich.Community CalendarSee CALENDAR, 2 INDEXClassified20 Crossword 17 Club Scene 15 Horoscopes 13 Obituaries 19 Out & About13 P olice Report 5 V iewpoint 6 Photo by Paul LepinskieGirl Scout Troops 91 and 747 from West Melbourne gathered for a photography class, taught by Hometown News o wn Paul Lepinskie at Southern Photo in Melbourne Friday, April 25. Pictured are Ashley Meeker, 10, Ashley Doherty, 10, Nikole Gesualdo, 10, Rylee Hadcock, 10, and Karina Garrido, 9, of Troop 91 and Samantha Walsh, 9, Reagan Marcy, 10, Haley Potts, 10, and Ana Maria Tea, 9, from T roop 747.MELBOURNE When Kylie Jones of Cocoa was diagnosed with Leukemia at 2 years old, she was asked by the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Central and Northern Florida what she would want the most. Three years later, at the tender age of 5, Kylie knew what she wanted a camper. K ylie thought about asking for a trip, but she wanted something she could do over and over again, said M isty Jones, Kylies mother. Although Kylie had only been camping in tents, Mrs. Jones said her daughter has always been enamored with campers. M y son, Benjamin, had the Goofy camping movie. After she watched that movie, she loved campers, Mrs. J ones said. On Saturday, April 19, after nearly five years of waiting, Kylie was surprised with the one thing she has wanted for so long a 2014 nonmotorized camper of her very own. T ogether with Make-A-Wish, Giant R ecreation World in Melbourne helped to make Kylies wish come true. G iant Recreation World in Melbourne assisted Make-A-Wish Central and Northern Florida with a similar wish back in 2012, said Christina Alfieri, wish coordinator. W e greatly appreciate the support they have provided to help us fulfill such a unique wish request. Ms. Alfieri said that after determining a childs medical eligibility, a volunteer Wish Team visits the child and family to determine the childs wish. The chapter then approves the wish and the team gets to work creating the magic. All of the foundations funding comes from private donations individual and business donations, foundation grants, memorials, giftsin-kind, events organized by the chapter and events hosted on behalf of the foundation by clubs, schools and service organizations, Ms. Alfieri said. When Kylie was interviewed by M ake-A-Wish, she showed them the exact camper she wanted, Mrs. J ones said. K ylie, who is a true outdoorsy girl, was absolutely astonished when she was surprised with her very own camper. The fifth-grade student, who is currently in remission, was joined by her mother, father, brother and repr esentatives from Make-A-Wish and G iant Recreation World. W e have found that many families see the wish as a reboot to their Friends gala to benefit no-kill animal sanctuary MELBOURNE One local organization is hosting a gala this weekend to r aise funding for a no-kill animal sanctuary. The Friends for Animals Sanctuarys A Ni ght for Paws Dinner and Auction will be on Saturday, May 3 from 6-10 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza Melbourne Oceanfront in Indialantic. The event will feature raffles, a silent auction, and guest speaker Dr. Jeffrey Godwin from Animal Medical Clinic in M elbourne. The Friends for Animals Sanctuary will help rescue, rehabilitate and house many diversified domestic animals, not just cats, dogs and rabbits, said Kathy B ean, a spokeswoman for the organization. All domestic animals will be welcomed (at the sanctuary), including goats, ferrets (and) gerbils, with the goal to find permanent homes for any that can be adopted. R affle baskets at the event will include hotel stays, a Mexican-resort package,Scout skills Local girls Wish comes trueBy Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com See WISH, page 2By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See GALA, page 2V ol. 10, No. 41www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, May 2, 2014 D INING13New York-style gourmet deli serves up fresh fare TO OJA YS DELI CASABLANCACommunity encouraged to play casino style games, all in the name of charity GIVING BACK16 T ECHNOLOGY4Melbourne unveils new elecrtic car charging station T AKING CHARGE PET OF THE WEEK 7Romeo has stolen his mommys heart CUDDLY CAT

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Friday, May 9: 3:30-4:30 p.m. Read to a Dog program for beginning readers. Practice your reading skills on nonjudgmental dogs. Registration at the Y outh Services desk is required. This is for children only. Friday, May 9 and 23: 9 a.m. to 1 p .m. The TGIF Piecemakers will meet. If you are interested in quilting, come, and join in. Saturday, May 10: 11 a.m. to 4:30 p .m. Do you enjoy working with polymer clay? Join the Space Coast Polymer Clay group. Monday, May 12, 6:30-7:45 p.m. S untree/Viera Librarys new book club, B ooks Are Better Book Club, will discuss Serena by Ron Rash in the Conference Room. Tuesday, May 13, 1:30-2:30 p.m. The Suntree/Viera Library Advisory B oard will meet in the Conference R oom. Wednesday, May 14, 12:30-3:30 p.m. The Wednesday Group Art Club will meet for discussion. Friday, May 16, 3:30-4:30 p.m. Freebuilding. Join in for free playtime with popular building blocks. (Blocks provided). Ages 5-10 years. Tuesday, May 20, 3-5 p.m. Friends of the Suntree/Viera Library will have its monthly meeting. Membership begins at $5. Thursday, May 22, 4:30-5:45 p.m. Y oung Authors Group will meet. Join the introduction to creative writing program. Ages 9-16 years. Tuesday, May 27, Registration for Childrens Summer Reading Program begins. Wednesday, May 28, 10 a.m. to noon Suntree/Viera Library Book Club will discuss And the Mountains Echoed by Khaled Hosseini. Tuesdays and Thursday Story Time is cancelled until June 2. Wednesdays S tory Time is cancelled until September. F or more information,call (321) 2554404. Lighting and Illumination: The Br evard Antiques and Collectibles Club will hold its monthly meeting at 10 a.m. on Friday, May 2 at the Suntree/Viera P ublic Library, 902 Jordan Blass Drive, Viera. The subject will be Lighting and Illumination. Please bring one item for study and discussion. F or additional information,call G eorge at (321) 254-5831 or Melinda at (321) 777-1374. The group is open to anyone having an interest in learning about antiques and collectibles. Programs at the library: The Eau G allie Public Library will present theF riday, May 2, 20142Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com 096369 783884 Need a Tutor?WE COME TO YOU!SAT/ACT Test Prep. Add 3-5 points on your A CT or 250 to your SAT before it is too late! 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New Patients and W alk-In Emergencies Welcomelives, Ms. Alfieri said. Difficult times that are full of doctor appointments, hospital visits, treatments and more are often forgotten, for a little while, and new memories of fun and laughter are created. K ylie has been through so much at such a young age. Ev en though shes in remission, she has osteoporosis and is about to undergo testing on her heart, Mrs. Jones said. We are so excited for her to receive such a tremendous gift and to continue to make new, awesome memories together as a family. F or more information about the Make-A-Wish F oundation,visit www.WishC entral.org. Kylie Jones, 10, of Cocoa is joined by her family, friends and representatives from Make-A-Wish Foundation and Giant Recreation World of Melbourne, as she received a nonmotorized camper from the Make-AWish Foundation. Kylie, who is current in remission with Leukemia, loves fishing, camping and spending time outdoors.Photo courtesy of Terry HartWishF rom page 1 jewelry, Total-Wine wine tasting, tickets to Manatees games, Disney tickets and golf packages. T itle sponsor Petco will also donate take-home gift bags for each guest. Ms. Bean said she is expecting nearly 300 people to attend the event. Last years gala raised $13,000. W e have a very small army of incredibly dedicated volunteers and board members, who work behind the scenes with little credit, Ms. B ean said. I want to thank all of them. Last year was our first Gala, and I didnt know quite what to expect. It exceeded all of my expectations and was the best gala Ive ever attended. Everyone had a great time, enjoyed all the raffle times and silent auctions, and dinner was superb. T ickets are $50 a person. An open bar will be available from 6-8 p.m. The Friends for Animals Sanctuary A N ight for Paws Dinner and Auction will be on Saturday, May 3, from 6-10 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza Melbourne Oceanfront, located at 2605 H ighway A1A in Indialantic. T ickets can be purchased at www.FFAs.co/Galainfo. F or more information,call (321) 960-8812.GalaF rom page 1CalendarF rom page 1 See CALENDAR, page 3

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Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 2, 20143 093908 096509 Southeastern Honda3125 USHwy 1 PalmBay, FL32905321-984-4224Headlight Restoration southeasternhonda.comSPECIAL$3995Regularly $4995 Nitro Fill for TiresSPECIAL$4995 Regularly $9995 096508 1416 S. HARBOR CITY BLVD MELBOURNE, FL (321) 309-8989 WWW.MELBOURNEVW.COMWe are the experts when it comes to your Volkswagen. Come in and experience the Prestige difference! FREEFull Vehicle Detail with the purchase of a 40,000 miles service($149.00 value) Its Coming!!The Rainy SeasonIts Coming!!The Rainy SeasonBuy 3 Tires &Get 4th FREE!*Certain Sizes &Brands availableBuy 3 Tires &Get 4th FREE!*Certain Sizes &Brands available Grant to further develop computer, technology programsMELBOURNE Eastern Florida S tate College is the recent beneficiary of a $1.5 million grant, helping to launch new computer information technology programs at the college, while creating a state-of-the-art cybersecurity lab, helping to improve student and workforce training. On Tuesday, April 22, EFSC announced that the cybersecurity lab, which will be located on the Palm Bay campus this fall, will be a major addition to the Associate in Science degree program in Cybersecurity, which the college began in 2013 to help meet the r apidly increasing need for expertise in the field. The $1.5 million grant, which the college received last year from the U.S. D epartment of Labor, was part of a national initiative to develop and expand innovative educational programs. W e provided information on the new computer technology programs the college is offering that are allowing students to attain bachelors degrees and associates degrees in the field, and how those programs are creating jobs in fast-growth career fields, as Br evard County continues its economic recovery in the post-recession, postspace shuttle era, said John J. Glisch, associate vice president of communication at EFSC. The cybersecurity program at EFSC is just one of three specializations available as part of the Networking Ser vices Technology A.S. degree. The new lab will allow students and faculty to closely interact on ways to prevent hacking the digital plague that has harmed individuals, businesses, corporations and government agencies across the globe. D avid Shedrow, a computer science instructor at the college, said that cybersecurity is a fast-growing area that will offer a plethora of jobs to those, who have the proper knowledge and educational training. W e re hoping to build strong relationships with Brevard companies, Mr. Shedrow said in a press release. If we have a good pool of students coming out of our program, hopefully they can get their foot in the door and get hired. Mr. Shedrow said the program could help attract students to the field, as w ell as experienced workers from local companies, such as Harris Corporation, Northrup Grumman, Lockheed Mar tin and Raytheon, all of which r equire annual cybersecurity training. It may also attract others, such as displaced NASA workers, unemployed or underemployed technology workers or technology professionals, interested in changing careers. Br evard Countys local job market, as well as the regional job market, will be especially promising for students, who complete the cybersecurity program, because companies, such as the ones named above, are major defense contractors and work on Pentagon project, in which cybersecurity is of the utmost importance. This is a state-of-the-art facility that reflects the colleges rapid advancement in offering more educational opportunities to students, with 22 new programs, launched in the past two years, with a strong focus on business, health care and computer information technologies, Mr. Glisch said. The remainder of the federal grant monies will help get three new bachelors degree programs in Computer I nformation Systems Technologies off the ground in August 2014. F or more information about the cybersecurity program and lab project, contact David Shedrow at (321) 4335356 or Stephen Taylor at (321) 4335363.By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com following programs: Master Gardeners: 2-4 p.m. Fridays Monday with Friends Program: 7 p .m. Monday, May 5 Life Of Pie discussion: The Second Fr iday Book Group: 10 a.m. Friday, May 9 Preschool Storytime: 11 a.m., Thursdays, May 1, 8, 15 and 29 (no Storytime on May 22) Lego Club: 3 p.m., Tuesday, May 27 Summer Reading Club sing up: Join the Reading Club. Registration begins S aturday, May 31 The library is at 1521 Pineapple Ave., M elbourne. C all (321) 255-4304 for more information. Lights out for sea turtles: M ay 1 through Oct. 31 are the dates. N esting sea turtles have returned to the barrier island to nest. B each fires and flashlights are not permitted. They will disorientate the nesting females and hatchling sea turtles. F or more information,call the Barrier I sland Center at (321) 723-3556 or visit www.barrierislandcenter.com.SAT URDAY, MAY 3 Kids fishing contest: The Merritt I sland Elks Lodge No. 2650 Seventh Annual Spring Kids Fishing Contest will be from 7:30-11 a.m., Saturday, May 3 at Rodney Ketcham Park, at the west end of the port, Port Canaveral.CalendarF rom page 2 See CALENDAR, page 4

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MELBOURNE An electric vehicle charging station, located in the parking lot of the Melbourne City Hall, is now open to the public, officials said. The new station, which officially opened on Earth Day, is a Level Three, 480-volt, direct current fast charger, which is compatible with vehicles capable of accepting a Level Three charge, including Nissan LEAF, Mitusbishi I MiEV and Tesla. B y installing this state-of-the-art electric car charging station, the city is showcasing its commitment to sustainability and to the forward progress of alternative fuel usage for its residents, said Julie Foster, sustainability program manager for the city of Melbourne. This is the second charging station to be installed within the city of Melbourne. The first was a dual Level Two station that was installed in April 2013 at the Eau Gallie Library. The station was donated by a donor, who wishes to remain anonymous, a spokesperson for the city of Melbourne said. I nstallation costs for the charger were less than $10,000, which the city paid for. On average, 80 percent of a battery can be charged within 20 minutes at a Level Three station. The Melbourne City Hall station is the first Level Three station in Brevard C ounty, according to ChargePoint.com and P lugShare.com. The cost to charge is $0.13 per kWh. Dr ivers can pay with a credit card or through a smart phone application ,available through ChragePoint.com. A city of Melbourne spokesperson said that the city aims to add one public station each year. Future stations will also be located near activities of interest. A spokesperson said that the city will continue to apply for funding from granting organizations and other sources to fund new stations. F or more information,visit www.melbourneflorida.org.F riday, May 2, 20144Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com 097279 784002 Brevard County (321) 242-1013 784055 Great Items! Great Rates! Great Results!Call 1-800-823-0466for more information Electric vehicle charging station opens at City Hall Melbourne resident Mike Hoffman was the first to test the new electric car charging station, opened at Melbourne City Hall in April, as Melbourne city officials looked on. Photo courtesy of the city of Melbourne There will be three age group classifications (boys and girls): Ages: 2-7, 8-12 and 13-17. Pr izes, in each age class, will be: Longest Fish, Most Species and Most F ish. F ish must be of legal size to compete. R elease appreciated. There will be free hot dogs and drinks. The event is free. Bring your fishing poles; live shrimp bait will be provided. F or more information,contact Nick S kibba at (321) 458-4626. Americas boating class registration deadline: The Banana River Sail and Pow er Squadron will offer the popular Ba sic Boating Class ABC 3 the first w eek in May. This is an excellent way to both learn about safe boating and earn your Florida Boating Safety ID card. This card is re quired for operation of a vessel if born after Jan. 1, 1988. The class will be Saturday, May 3, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the West Mar ine store, at 1001 W. New Haven Ave ., (U.S. 192 and Dairy Road), West M elbourne. E xamination, review and test will be W ednesday, May 7 at 6 p.m. Class is limited to 18 students Br ing your lunch. Refreshments will be servedCalendarF rom page 3 See CALENDAR, page 8By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com

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Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 2, 20145 Specials May 1-7096519 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! GROCERY! GROCERY! 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Curtis Lee Holmes, 47, address unknown, was charged April 19 with aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana and failure to appear. Ross M. Clouse, 36, of 414 Palmetto Ave ., Melbourne, was charged April 20 with unarmed burglary of an occupied dwelling and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana. Antron D. Harvey, 24, of 325 University Blvd., Melbourne, was charged Apr il 20 with lewd/lascivious behavior and exposure of sexual organs. Faheen Jamal Williams, 24, of 2906 C olbert Circle, Melbourne, was charged April 20 with felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Devin C. Parker, 21, of 1520 Seneca Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged April 21 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling, larceny and possession of burglary tools with intent to use. Kyle D. Parker, 24, of 1530 Seneca Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged April 21 with unarmed burglary of an occupied dwelling, grand larceny and felony on-site violation of probation. Robert J. Milne, 58, of 1532 Car ibbean Drive, Melbourne, was charged April 22 with felony battery on a person 65 years old or older. Robert Regis McConville, 30, of 618 S hady Lane, Melbourne, was charged Apr il 23 with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Todd Champagne, 52, of 3584 Sylv an Lane N., Melbourne, was charged Apr il 24 with attempting to solicit/conspire and larceny of an anti-shoplifting device.P alm Bay Police Department Patricia Leaann Remboski, 28, of 2615 Dairy Road, Melbourne, was charged April 20 with possession of drug paraphernalia and destroying/tampering with/fabricating evidence. Yolanda Felisha Smith, 25, of 715 U niversity Blvd. E., Melbourne, was charged April 22 with resisting arrest with violence and felony battery on an officer/firefighter/EMT.W est Melbourne P olice Department John Edward Jenkins, 28, of 107 W oodland Drive, West Melbourne, was charged April 22 with larceny, dealing in stolen property, fraud-giving false o wnership information to pawn items and felony on-site violation of probation.Brevard County Sheriffs Office Joshua James Gant, 40, of 908 Wister ia Drive, Melbourne, was charged Apr il 18 with armed burglary of a dwelling/structure/conveyance and larceny. Demario Lamonntra Gilmore, 21, address unknown, was charged April 18 with failure to appear, possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia and felony failure to appear. Justin Nicholas Lange, 24, address unknown, was charged April 18 with larceny and dealing in stolen property. Thomas Clifton Matheny, 43, of 1774 Blanch Ave., Melbourne, was charged April 18 with possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Brett Edward Gordon, 23, of 2322 S tone St., Melbourne, was charged Apr il 19 with larceny and four counts of felony failure to appear. Alvin McGruder, 50, of 1415 Hickory S t., Melbourne, was charged April 19 with elderly abuse, violation of probation, felony violation of probation and felony battery. Nathan Joseph Raulerson, 23, of 1442 Independence Drive, Melbourne, was charged April 19 with simple assault on an officer/firefighter/EMT and resisting arrest with violence. Joseph William Kearns, 40, of 4455 W est New Haven Ave., West Melbourne, was charged April 20 with dealing in stolen property, fraud-giving false ownership information to pawn items and felony on-site violation of probation. Quailynn Roshay Bass, 25, of 958 L ytton Road, Melbourne, was charged Apr il 23 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Kaseem Cartell Simmons, 18, of 225 Br istol Lane, Melbourne, was charged Apr il 23 with armed burglary of structure/conveyance and two counts of felony on-site violation of probation. Adam Lee Thompson, 32, address unknown, was charged April 23 with larceny.Police ReportEditors 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.

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VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, MAY 2, 2014 MELBOURNE WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM PAGE 6T rouble with Florida bankI own a home in Florida and also in N ew York. I have had troubles with my tenant in N ew York, so I needed to take money from my bank in Florida and put it into another account here in New York. I only have a savings account left in that bank in Florida; and today, they sent me a message, saying that if I have less than $300, I will be charged a fee, which I believe is unfair. They do have a bank here in New York that is associated with them, but they tell me that I cannot close that saving account unless I go to Florida. Now, I have to go to court over what my tenant did to my home, so I am stuck here in New York with very bad w eather. What gets me is that I have been on the phone with this bank, and they never told me about this fee; and they knew what I have to deal with. Why dont they tell their customers the whole story of their fees until the last minute? What kind of bank is this? I am very sorry that I even opened an account with that bank in Florida.T wo plus two equals 5?R eadin, writin and rithmetic seem not to matter much in Brevard schools; and childrens education is certainly not high on the priority list of politicians. S ome schools have already been closed, teachers dismissed or reassigned. More closures and lay-offs loom. S tudents must bring basic supplies from home, or hope for donations from community groups. The school board is being forced to battle the funding shortfall with both hands tied behind its back. Well done, state and county elected leaders. This is happening in a county, whose elected officials, at all levels, have squandered more than $100,000,000 on sand. Thats right, sand, to renourish beaches sand, much of which is already right back where it started, out at sea. What r emains will likely join the rest when another Atlantic storm season arrives. A $100,000,000-plus worth of sand that benefits a handful of wealthy beachfront condo and hotel owners: sand, that experts have tried to tell these leaders, will ultimately destroy the beach, because its composition differs entirely from the original beach sand. What are these leaders thinking? D id any of them ever learn that Bible ditty about the foolish man, who built his house upon the sand? I know of no school built on the beachfront. Score another one for the school board when it comes to common sense. M ost schools that remain open, while lacking teachers or supplies, boast a resident police officer. Tax dollars can only do one thing. Every tax dollar spent on a police officer for a school means a dollar that cant be spent on the school building, its y oung residents, its staff or its supGot 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. S tatements of fact will be checked for accuracy. Photo by Paul LepinskieCorey Howell of Melbourne shows off his moves during the Crowd Control Air Contest, Sunday, April 20 at the Easter Surf Fest at Cocoa Beach. The contestants held onto a ski rope, attached to a small motor. The device powered the surfers through the water to see who could jump the highest. R ants& Raves plies. It is pretty basic math. It is math that most fourth grade students could handle, but it seems to confound elected leaders at all levels. R emedy instead the issues that have prompted this costly solution that is helping to bankrupt us. Now, some want a new .5-percent sales tax increase. We dont need a new tax. We need new leaders, real leaders, with a lot more common sense than most curr ently holding office. S tart right now to learn a lot about every candidate, who will seek your vote this fall. Look particularly closely at the records of those, who currently hold office. Do you really want them to continue? Y ou will get the government you deserve. If you settle for the status quo, you and your children will pay a high price.W ater bill rounded upI have noticed that every month when I get my bill from the city for water use, it is always an even amount. Now what are the odds that I, or anyone else, uses an even amount? I went and asked this question, and they told me that if I were to use 52 and one-half gallons, then they will charge me for 53 gallons, which is robbery. If I use 52 and one-half gallons, then I should be charged for that amount of water, and not more than what I use. W e the People should stand up and let them know that they cannot get away with this. They are putting more money in their pockets than what they need.Rick Scott rate hikesI find (Florida Gov.) Rick Scotts efforts to curb the proposed flood insurance rate hikes hypocritical in two ways. F irst, he and his party claim to be champions on reducing federal spending; yet they want this program continuing as is, with an annual loss. S econd, and most importantly, where is his concern for the continued increases to the homeowners policy rates we have been subjected to for the past 10 years?Ridin the waves THIS WEEKS LUCKYTHIS 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!!! CONGRATULATIONSTOLASTWEEKSWINNEROF $200 BARBARAWITTENBERGOFMELBOURNE! I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013 INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO. 772-465-5656 097281WIN$100This W eeks Prize Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 5059 T urnpike Feeder Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 Copyright 2014, Hometown News, L.C.V oted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. 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Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 2, 20147 Call us for your FREE consultation321-729-4243201 Fourth Avenue Indialantic, Florida 32903 BodyWiseSpecialist.com096352BEFORE AFTER Dr. Regina Kaufmann has been combining the best minimally invasive facial contouring techniques since 2007 to achieve optimal results!People think it was my retirement that has been good to me, but it was really BodyWise that made me look so good! P.S.**testimonial and photo consent provided by actual patientGETYOURWEEKEND NECKLIFTWITHSMARTLIPO, A TAFRACTIONOFTHECOST!Lower Face &Neck Revitalization 093907 093563 T ips for staying safe in Brevards waterwaysWith the incredible weather we v e had lately, it a signal that its time to start heading back to the beach, pool and waterways. As such, I would like to remind everyone of some simple ways to stay safe, while enjoying the wonderful aquatic opportunities that Brevard C ounty offers us. While there are so many areas to discuss about water safety, I would like to start the discussion by looking at how to stay safe, while boating, sailing or jet skiing. B elow is a quick list of things to keep in mind that can help make sure that both you and your family have an awesome experience, while enjoying the many recreational activities in our area: 1. One of the best ways to ensure a fun day is to make sure that all of your equipment is fully operational and w ell-maintained before you ever leave y our home. M ost of our boats and other vessels have been sitting idle throughout the winter, so now is the time to check their operational status not while out on the water. Also, make sure that the trailer used to transport them is well-maintained, as well, so that you dont experience a breakdown along the way. 2. Make sure that all of your licensing, including registrations, is current and available if needed. No need to r uin a great day with the family because you didnt take care of licensing, prior to heading out. 3. Always wear your life jacket, or at a minimum, have them readily available. Unfortunately, we find many boaters during our safety checks have their personal flotation devises stored away in a compartment that they could never get to in a true emergency. N ot only is it important to have them immediately accessible, but please make sure you have practiced getting to them, and everyone onboard is familiar with the emergency process. One minute of practice today can save your life tomorrow! 4. Always file a float plan!! Let someone know where you are planBREVARD COUNTY SHERIFFWAYNE IVEY Is your pet worthy of the spotlight?Hometown News will be the judge of that. We are asking our readers to submit photos of their beloved pets, as part of our Pet of the Week Contest. The winner for the week will have his or her pet displayed in our newspaper, while also being qualified to become the Hometown News Pet of the Year! Email a photo of your pet (one entry per owner) that is at least 1 MB in size to brevnews@hometownnewsol.com Write PET OF THE WEEK CONTEST in the subject line, and in the body of the email, please include the following information: Name of pet Age Breed Three of your pets favorite things to do Pet owners full name and hometown Phone number (in case we have questions) A 7-month-old kitten, Romeo is the sweet and snuggly pet of Tanya Bennett of Merritt Island. Some of Romeos favorite things to do are play fetch with his ball, run around the house like a mad cat with his two sisters and cuddle with his mommy. See SHERIFF, page 8

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F riday, May 2, 20148Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com 784020 Office 321-242-1013Cell 321-277-6163784056 Is your advertising driving you CRAZY?Need a cost effective solution?Stop going crazy and callRick Edwardsfor a Free consultation! Summer is almost here! While Im sure we r e all looking forward to backyard BBQs and spending time at the beach, this season has a dangerous side too. With summer temperatures regularly reaching 90 degrees and F loridas notorious humidity, your furry little friend runs the risk ofheatstroke. Signs of heatstroke may include panting, high fever, rapid heartbeat, vomiting, and collapsing. If heatstroke is suspected, call your veterinarian (or your local animal emergency clinic) without delay and ask for further instructions. Even with emergency care, heatstroke can be fatal. Prevention is the best way to keep your pet safe. Always provide your pet with plenty ofwater and shelter, limit strenuous exercise on hot days, and consider a summer shave down for animals with long hair. Finally, r emember to NEVER leave your pet inside a parked car, even ifyou crack the windows or y oull just be gone for a minute. Even in mild wea ther, your cars interior can reach in excess of120 degrees! Following these simple tips will reduce the risk ofheatstroke and help you and your pet enjoy your summer together. 097178T ails from the Vet Dr. Michael Ponte Dr. Michael Ponte (321) 254-1754 www.sarnoanimalhospital.com 096510Full Interior DesignService Since 1990 Business NewsBrevard County agent honored G loria Yanes, an insurance agent with the Melbourne office of AmeriLife & H ealth Services insurance agency, was named to the prestigious Presidents Club of AmeriLife, the largest insurance marketing group in America. Ms. Yanes, an agent with AmeriLife & H ealth Services of Brevard County, LLC, wrote $306,561 in new business annualized insurance premiums in 2013. Life and health insurance agents, who write at least $150,000 in premiums annually, qualify for AmeriLifes Presidents Club inclusion. AmeriLife has 35 career agency affiliates in six Southeastern states. F ounded in 1971, Clearwater, Floridabased AmeriLife represents more than 30 national insurance carriers; has 16 individual marketing organizations; 35 career agency branch locations; and works with hundreds of thousands of independent insurance agents across the country. F or additional information about Gloria Yanes or the 1921 Alma Drive Melbourne office,contact AmeriLife Administrative Assistant Kacey Whitlock at (321) 951-1111.Consulting arborist company has new beginningsAv alon StandsTall is announcing the beginning of the Tree Life group, which is a consulting group working with any issues that may arise in landscape areas. Tr ees are the main focus, plus ornamentals. Avalon is a board certified arborist, with a strong background in arboriculture study and practice in Breva rd C ounty. Ev erything from visual diagnosis, insurance claims, appraisals and hazardous evaluations are done. There is also a battery of tests that can be done for more complex issues. M ichael McKinney of Rockledge has been trained to be the tree climber, inspector of very large trees. The Tree Life group may be contacted at (321) 223-0016 or check out the web site for more information at www.arboristproblemsolver.com. ning to go and about what time you expect to be back. That way, in case y ou dont return on time, searchers will have an area to start looking. 5. Make sure you have a VHF marine r adio or cell phone, in case you have an emergency and need to call for help. Keep in mind that some areas will have very poor cellular service. K eep all of your electronic equipment (especially cell phones) protected from water damage by containing them in waterproof packaging. 6. Make sure you have the basic first aid supplies on your boat and discuss emergency plans before they happen. 7. Make sure you check local w eather, prior to departing on your trip, and then stay tuned to weather alerts in your area for approaching storms. 8. And lastly, please, never consume alcohol when operating vehicles or vessels of any type. M ake sure that there is always a designated driver and also that everyone considers that being intoxicated can make water activities far more hazardous. By following these rules everyone gets to have a great time, while limiting opportunities to get hurt. N ext month, we will continue to look at water safety by taking a look at what we can do to make sure our children are safe around the pool. W ayne Ivey is the sheriff of Brevard CountySheriffF rom page 7 R egistration with payment is required by W ednesday, April 30. R egister at www.BRSPS.org F or more information,call (321) 2207775. Annual baby shower: The Florida W ildlife Hospitals Eighth Annual Baby Sh ow er, sponsored by the town of Palm S hores, will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. S aturday, May 3 at Palm Shores Town H all, 5030 Paul Hurtt Lane, Palm ShoresCalendarF rom page 4 See CALENDAR, page 11

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Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 2, 20149 Cell: (561)376-0177 Office (321) 215-0033r ina.patel@olympichomes.com Email: soldbyrina@gmail.comRina J.Patel,MBA096517 445 5th Avenue Indialantic,Fl 329034 bedroom, 3.5 bath b uilt 2013 $219,900 1337 OsbourneCt. W. MelbourneCall me now to list your property 096523 096706 Question: Can I buy a property that is in foreclosure directly from the bank before a foreclosure sale? Answer: No. The property owner continues to own the property after defaulting on the payments and during a foreclosure case. The bank has a lien on the property before and during a foreclosure case, but is not the owner. Even after a foreclosure judgment is entered in favor of the bank, the property owner continues to own the property. The property owner has a right to redeem the property and get the lien released by paying offthe entire debt all the way up to the date ofthe judicial sale. Even after the judicial sale, the bank still does not own the property. There is a statutory ten day period for any interested party to object to the sale. Once that ten day period expires with no objections, then the clerk ofcourt can issue a certificate oftitle to the bank (this sometimes takes up to thirty days). The bank does not become the o wner, and cannot sell the property, until it receives this certificate oftitle. Anyone who wants to buy a property that is in foreclosure before the certificate oftitle is issued must deal directly with the property owner. This is very common, and ifthe owner owes more than what the property is w orth, this is called a short sale.Short sales require the banks approval, and the buyer must be prepared to wait a long time for the bank to approve the short sale request. T hose who do not want to enter into a contract with the current owner can bid on properties at a foreclosure sale. Michael E. Dujovne, Esq. ofVolk Law Offices,P.A., practices in the areas ofreal estate,business and civil l itigation.His office is located at 1901 S.Harbor City Blvd.,Suite 700,Melbourne,FL 32901.His telephone n umber is (321) 726-8338.The matters discussed here are g eneral in nature and are not to be relied upon as legal advice in the absence ofa consultation with Volk Law Offices,P.A. No attorney-client relationship is intended or created as a result ofmatters discussed here.Volk Law Offices,P.A.and its attorneys and other employees make no representations or warranties with respect to the matters addressed.Seek legal advice about your specific needs from an experienced attorney before signing any legal papers. Buying property before a foreclosure sale096522 YOURADHERE!Call Paul Robinson(321) 242-1013096524 Tu rtle Splash to benefit children with special needsBREVARD For the 10th consecutive year, thousands of rubber sea turtles, dropped into a closed course in the Indian River Lagoon, will race to the finish line, as part of this years M elbourne Beach Founders Day. The 10th annual Turtle Splash will take place at Ryckman Park on Ocean Avenue in Melbourne B each at 3 p.m. Saturday, May 3. The idea is quite simple, said Melbourne Beach resident Kristen Malfara, who created the event. People everywhere can adopt our cute, little numbered plastic turtles in advance or at the event. They will splash their way through our N oodle course to the finish line. Mrs. Malfara said that the adoptive parents of the turtle that crosses the finish line first will win a grand prize of a seven-day Holland America Cr uise for two. O ther prizes for top finishers include airline tickets, hotel stays, attraction tickets, bikes and jewelry, Ms. Malfara said. Ev ery dollar raised during Turtle Splash will be donated to the M.O.R.G.A.N. Project, which stands for Making Opportunities Reality Granting Assistance N ationwide. Mrs. Malfara and her husband, Robert, created the nonprofit organization in 2001 in honor of their son, Morgan, who, as an infant, was diagnosed with leukodystrophy, a ra re disease that causes degeneration of the white matter of the brain. The M.O.R.G.A.N. Project always puts the fun in our fundraising activities and always encourages families with children to take part, Mrs. M alfara said. This is our major annual fundraising event, and the proceeds go to our all-volunteer, quality-of-life support programs that we administer, including Morgans Place, our one-of-a-kind, wireless therapeutic play center for children with special needs. Tur tle adoptions are priced at $5. For five turtles, the price is $20, or individuals can purchase 13 turtles for $50 or 20 turtles for $75. This is an all-day family-fun event, with something for every member of the family, Mrs. M alfara said. Our Turtle Splash is just one component of the F ounders Day celebration, and our organization also organizes and runs the Childrens Activity C enter with an inflatable, giant water slide, slip and slide, bounce house and obstacle course. Mrs. Malfara said a $5 adoption fee also includes a wristband that allows children to play in the activities center all day during the Founders Day event. Mrs. Malfara said she is looking for volunteers to help with the event. The 10th annual Turtle Splash will take place at Ryckman Park on Ocean Avenue in Melbourne B each at 3 p.m. Saturday, May 3. F ounders Day activities begin at 7:30 a.m. with the Bulldog Pineapple Run and end at 10 p .m. with a street party. To adopt a turtle,visit www.turtlesplash.org or do so at the event. To learn more about The M.O.R.G.A.N.Project and Morgans Place,visit www.themorganproject.org or call (321) 5062707. F or more information about M elbourne Beach Founders Day and a schedule of events,visit www.melbournebeachfl.org. File artSharon Jeavons of Melbourne waits for the winning turtle to cross the finish line during a previous Turtle Splash event at Ryckman Park in Melbourne Beach. The numbered turtles raced for the finish line to earn prizes for their adopted owners during the M.O.R.G.A.N. Project fundraiser. This years event is scheduled for May 3 during Melbourne Beach Founders Day.By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com

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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) & Exam (0150) 4 Bite Wing X-rays (0274) w/Oral Cancer Screening Meerkats continue to entertain Brevard Zoo attendees BREVARD At the Brevard Zoo, a group of children, with exhausted parents rushing behind them, gather outside an exhibit. They shout excitedly, pointing and screaming at the Zoos newest $500,000 attraction: a group of seven meerkats from South Africa. I v e never seen a meerkat exhibit as big, as interactive and as beautiful as this, said Sebastian Carcano, z ookeeper for the Africa portion of the Brevard Zoo. It really is state-ofthe-art, with incredible content for anyone wanting to see a good example of meerkats. S ince March, these seven meerkats, and Nelson, a dik-dik, have entranced Brevard County residents, organizers said. A dik-dik is a small antelope that lives in the bush-lands of eastern and southern Africa. I think that their appeal and why there are so many (television) shows about them is that people identify with them, Mr. Carcano said. It has a lot do with their social structure; its very much a family, and you watch them interact. Theyre very entertaining animals to watch, and kids indentify with that. F or nearly the past month, the animals have done everything together: when one stands on its hind legs, they all do, looking into the distance together at some unknown. When one jumps playfully on another, they all join, wrestling each other to the ground, as Nelson observes from a corner, nervously watching his fellow exhibit-mates. D ik diks are skittish animals and they are not necessarily found in the same areas as meerkats in the wild, Mr. Carcano said. So far, their interactions have been interesting. The meerkats allow him to explore. While meerkats are insectivores in nature, Mr. Carano said that employees are not always able to feed them scorpions and spiders. Instead, the zoo gives them a diet, primarily of crickets. When Mr. Carano enters the exhibit with a bucket-full of crickets, the meerkats all swarm to him, with one r esting its front paws on his knee, looking up at him playfully, as he feeds them. (I cant believe) how active they are, he said. I thought it was editing on TVs part. The meerkats burrow beneath the ground in their exhibits, creating tunnels as they would in the wild. They are burrowing animals, Mr. Car cano said. They can have anywhere from 50 to 60 different entrances and exits (in the wild) that lead to (underground) dens. Leesa Whittlef, platform area manager for the Africa portion of the zoo, said the Zoo is in the process of breeding the animals, but whether or not the new meerkats will stay at the Brevard exhibit remains to be seen. Learning about all of their breeding behavior was very interesting and surprising for me, she said. (I enjoy) learning about how they work within a social structure. Once feeding time is over, a meerkat scales the glass of its exhibit and comes face to face with a smiling child, and they look at one another through the glass. The Brevard Zoo is located at 8225 N. W ickham Road in Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2549453. Photo courtesy of Leanne WatkinsThe meerkat exhibit at Brevard Zoo continues to entertain guests since opening in March.By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com (1/2 mile south of the Pineda Causeway, on the west side of U.S. Highway 1). D ue to state and federal laws, the wildlife babies are unable to attend the shower. Annual Blessing of the Fleet: The 2014 Blessing of the Fleet on May 3 at 11 a.m., will be a three-squadron blessing, consisting of the Banana River, C ocoa Beach and Titusvilles Sail and Pow er Squadrons. Br evard Countys boating community is invited to participate in this event. C ome and have your boat blessed for a trouble-free boating season. B oats will meet at the Indian River by the park where they will line up, tune VHF radios to Channel 71 and wait for instructions. There will be a lead boat to follow through the ceremony. Tr ailerable boats can launch at LeeCalendarF rom page 8 See CALENDAR, page 12 W EEKLY SP EC IALS4-9PMDIN E-INONLY096722F riday, May 2 9 pm G.T. 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W enner Park, 300 Riveredge Blvd, C ocoa. F or information about the United S tates Power Squadron,the largest boating organization in the world,call (321) 220-7775 or visit WWW.USPS.ORG. Lets Go Birding: Str oll about with a park ranger, while looking at and learning about birds at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 3 at Sebastian Inlet State Park, 9700 S. H ighway A1A, Melbourne Beach. M eet at the Sebastian Fishing Museum. F or more information,visit www.floridastateparks.org/sebastianinlet. The Kentucky Derby party Run for the Roses: This event will be from 4-7 p .m. Saturday, May 3 at the Historic Pr itchard House, 424 S. Washington Ave ., Titusville. A cash bar will offer the signature drink of the Kentucky Derby, mint juleps; and Tennessee Lemonade, made with lemon juice from lemons grown on the property. Mojitos and wine will also be available. S ilent auction items will be: An engraved brass bridle worn by S ecretariat, displayed in a shadow box, and Horseshoe, worn by Musket Man, who placed third in the 2009 Kentucky D erby, both items being donated by G illespie Racing Stables of Florida and K entucky. A fancy hat contest will be held, so ladies, wear your fanciest hat. W inner will receive a gift basket from A bout An Inch Beauty Salon. T ickets are $25 per person, which you can exchange for one complimentary drink. C omplimentary snacks will be provided. W atch the race on a TV screen or on y our cell phone. Str oll the beautiful gardens, relax and listen to music provided by local musicians. R eservations for tickets are required and may be purchased through May 2 by calling Barbara Hoelscher at (321) 268-5888 or Roz Foster at (321) 2674480. P lease send check to North Brevard He ri tage Foundation, Inc. P.O. Box 653, T itusville, FL, 32781. Annual Caring Hearts Benefit : Cancer Care Centers of Brevard Foundation will present a benefit Saturday, M ay 3 from 5-8 p.m. at the home of Ed and Jeanne Andre, 3800 N. Riverside Dr ive, Indialantic. All proceeds go to benefit cancer patients and their families in Brevard and Indian River counties. F or more information,contact Marta F iol at Cancer Care Centers of Brevard F oundation,Inc.,at mfiol@cccfoundationinc.org or (321) 426-5145. Helping the animals: Fr iends for Animals Sanctuary is having its Second Annual A Night for Paws dinner and auction fundraiser on May 3 from 6-10 p .m. at the Crowne Plaza Oceanfront on Highway A1A in Indialantic. The sanctuarys mission is to build a no-kill domestic animal sanctuary here in Brevard County. T ickets are $50 each and include dinner. They can be purchased at the S anctuary Thrift Shoppe at 5000 N. W ickham Road, Melbourne, (next to F ujiyamas). S ponsors and donations for creating great raffle baskets are still being accepted. If you have any questions or would like more information,contact Carmen M athews at (321) 960-8812.SUNDAY, MAY 4 Troops supporting troops this M others Day: G irl Scout Troops have teamed up to support female United S tates troops serving overseas. The girls are raising money to purchase Freedom Feet kits to be shipped to female soldiers just in time for Mothers Day. Lemongrass Spa will donate one kit for every 10 kits that are sponsored. To order online,visit www.ourlemongrassspa.com/2978, under Girl Scout Ev ent. To send a donation for a kit,email K athy Deane at K athy.m.deane@gmail.com or call (321) 446-3925.F riday, May 2, 201412Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com By Amanda Hatfield Anderson Staffwriter INDIAN HARBOUR BEACH -For more than 30 years, Dan Talarico has been giving the gift ofbetter hearing to his clients. "A friend ofmine was a Beltone dealer back home, and he called me up out ofthe clear blue to see ifI wanted to try my hand at it," said Mr. T alarico, a Satellite Beach resident. My background was in chemistry and biology, and I had no inclination to go into sales or business." Wh at started out as a possible short-term experiment turned into a long-term profession, that has been satisfying, with non-stop evo lution in technology. In 1989, Mr. Talarico opened Riverwalk Hearing Center in Sebastian, then opened the Indian Harbour Beach location in 1998. He later sold his Sebastian location in 2003. "Most ofwhat we deal with at Riverwalk Hearing Center are people with sensori-neural hearing loss, commonly known as nerve deafness," Mr. Talarico said. "This type ofloss is usually caused by prolonged exposure to loud noise, heredity or sickness. Some ofthe newer medications on the market can also affect a person's hearing." W hile nerve deafness cannot be taken care of surgically or medically, hearing aids are the only r emedy; however, they do not restore 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 repaired surgically, but ifa 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 b usiness, we only had analog hearing aids, w hich were basically sound amplifiers," Mr. T alarico said. "For the most part, they amplified everything and background noise was a real problem." He added that ifsomeone had high frequency loss, the hearing aids would still amplify the low frequencies, where the majority ofbackground 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' r esponse to the person's loss," Mr. Talarico said. T hese hearing aids were still analog, which continued to bring in too much unwanted, nonv erbal 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." T he hearing aid models that have been av ailable since 2010 are by far the best yet, in Mr. Talarico's opinion. T he technology has expanded the frequency range, allowing those, who have worn hearing aids for years, 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. W hen a client comes to Riverwalk Hearing Center, Mr. Talarico first gives them a hearing test. Based on the results, he then goes through w hich hearing aid models are adequate for the consumer. Buying hearing aids is similar to buying a car; hearing aid manufactures have four to six levels oftechnology, just as auto makers have m ultiple levels. "We try to fit a person according to their social interactions, as well as their budget," Mr. T alarico said. "Ifsomeone isn't that active, they do not need to purchase more expensive hearing aids, which are geared toward reducing more background noise." T he two hearing aid companies Mr. Talarico prefers to work with are Phonak and Oticon. "There is so much to do when it comes to programming the digital hearing aids," Mr. T alarico said. "Ifyou 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 ofthe industry. One ofthe most profound advances, as of late, has been the use ofFM-enabled technology in hearing aids. "It allows people to change the volume and the programming within the hearing aid, and w hen 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 ofthe 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 went r oom-to-room, she could still hear the TV," he said. "When I g ot 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 w earing the hearing aid. "Phonak is working with people, who have Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears," Mr. Talarico said. "There is programming in the hearing aid that allows us to deal with that. Just like the common cold, we know about Tinnitus, but we don't know how to fix it completely." W hile very few insurance companies help to take care ofhearing aid expenses, Mr. Talarico r ecognizes the importance ofworking with his customers to get them exactly what they need. "People are sometimes hesitant to get a hearing aid because ofbad experiences others may have had or because ofcost, but I have offered full refunds for 25 years to those, who wer en'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. Talarico joked that he is worried the technology will eventually be out ofhis grasp; however, he is certain about one thing. "The most rewarding part ofmy job is watching customers be able to hear," he said. "The great thing about the new stuffon the market, even ifmy clients have worn hearing aids before, is that they are astonished by how w ell they can hear when they get the newer hearing aids." Riverwalk Hearing Center is located at 728 E. Eau Gallie Blvd., 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. 096365Hearing center keeps its business local, individualized Staff photo by AManda Hatfield Anderson Dan Talarico, owner of Riverwalk Hearing Center, has been outfitting patients with hearings ads for nearly 30 years. F AMILY FRIENDLY! 096515321-724-1741www.DowntownMelbourne.com email:melbournemainstreet@gmail.comOver 65 Art, Craft, Business &Food VendorsF or more information contactMAY9, 2014 6-10 PM FREE P ARKING MANY STORES OPEN LATE!MUSICfrom 6-10 pm featuringPLAN BEmceed byJ AM Masters GREATFOOD LIVEMUSIC SHOPPING CalendarF rom page 11

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096356 O ut &about Vietnam and All Veterans Reunion in MelbourneT he 27th Annual Vietnam and All V eterans Reunion will be held Thursday, F riday and Saturday, May 1-4 at Wickham P ark, Melbourne. T his is the largest Veterans reunion of its kind in the nation. It is estimated that about 5 0,000 people attended last years reunion during the week the Walls were there. All branches of service, all conflicts, all veterans (current and past) and their families are invited. T here will be continuous entertainment on the days of the reunion, May 1-4. Check out the reunion web page at www.floridaveteransreunion.com. T he reunion headquarters tent will be right beside the stage at Wickham Park. T he Moving Wall will be at the event. F or more information, visit floridaveteransreunion.com or http://travelingwall.us. F or further information, call (321) 5016 896 or (321) 427-2843.A ward-Losing FilmsT he Cocoa Beach Public Library will present Award-Losing Films Fridays, May 2 and 9 in the Community Room: Captain Phillips: rated PG-13 Gravity: rated PG-13. T he library is at 550 N. Brevard Ave., Cocoa Beach. F or more information, call (321) 8681104.ARIES March 21/April 20Aries, your thoughts are distant right now, almost as if you're living in a fantasy world. This is creatively beneficial but not so helpful for practical tasks.TA URUS April 21/May 21T aurus, if you're not careful, you could find yourself debating family and friends this week. Instead, try to sit back and listen rather than fostering debate.GEMINI May 22/June 21Gemini, a realization about what is really important to you instills a renewed sense of confidence this week. You will be focused on important things.CA NCE R June 22/July 22Cancer, if your finances seem like they are in a state of upheaval, it could be because you have not looked at everything in black and white just yet. Make some changes.LEO July 23/Aug. 23Y ou come on too strong sometimes, Leo. Those who know you best can handle this approach, but you can scare off potential new friends if you do not ease up.VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22Be patient and do not demand too much of yourself during the next few days, Virgo. You need to keep yourHor oscopesFlorida-based delicatessen serves delicious, traditional fare for all tastes MELBOURNE Tucked into the corner of the Melbourne Square Mall is one of Br evards best kept secrets. T ooJays Gourmet Deli is a N ew York-styled delicatessen, restaurant and bakery all rolled into one and offers premium sliced deli meats, freshly baked breads and pastries, as well as an eclectic variety of traditional favorites, sure to please every member of the family. The Melbourne location, which opened in October 2009, is now celebrating its fifth year of operation, joining a group of 23 other TooJ ays Gourmet Delis across the state of Florida. General Manager George Schehl has been with TooJ ays Melbourne storefront since day one. I did training in Orlando and came to Melbourne as the assistant manager, working my way up to the head of the team as general manager, Mr. Schehl said. F or many people, who are unfamiliar with TooJays, the perception is a deli with a counter and a few tables, but TooJays is truly much more than that. W e re very unique in that we have the deli aspect of our business, but we are also a full-service restaur ant, a bakery and do a brisk take-out, catering and delivery business, Mr. Schehl said. There arent many places out there that do all of what we do. We train our staff to handle multiple aspects within the business. C atering for both small and large parties, as well as business-related events play an important role at TooJ ays, accounting for roughly 15 percent of the companys Staff Photo by Amanda Hatfield AndersonT ooJays Gourmet Deli General Manager George Schehl welcomes folks from all around Brevard County to try the unique and delicious food his restaurant has to offer. From freshly-sliced deli meats to mouthwatering sweets and treats, the Melbourne Square Mall location is one of 24 TooJays across the state of Florida. D ining & EntertainmentFRIDAY, MAY 2, 2014 MELBOURNE WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM PAGE 13By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com See T OOJAYS, page 15 See SCO PE S, page 14 See OUT, page 14

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workload light; otherwise, you may get easily overwhelmed.LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23T his is a time to discover the value of others, Libra. A willingness to try new things and delegate some responsibilities will free up your calendar.SCORPI O Oct. 24/Nov. 22Certain personalities don't always click, Scorpio. Don't feel the need to overcompensate for a strained relationship. Spend more time with those with whom you connect.SAG ITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21Flexible thinking is key, Sagittarius, especially as you face a few new challenges this week. There are some opportunities to reconnect with family later in the week.CAPRI CO RN Dec. 22/Jan. 20A rush of activity fills your calendar and keeps your phone ringing off the hook, Capricorn. Your challenge will be separating the pressing events from others.AQ UARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18Aquarius, paperwork has built up and requires more time than you had originally planned. There is no way to avoid this task, but a helper can make it move more quickly.PIS CE S Feb. 19/March 20Moderation is your mantra for the week, Pisces. Do not let the pendulum swing too far in either direction.F riday, May 2, 201414Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com 2910 N. Highway A1A Indialantic(Located on A1A south of Eau Gallie Blvd.)321.241.4886 www.cuban-island.com Plenty of Free Parking in Cuban Island& Atlantic Inn Shared LotMon-Fri: Lunch 11am-2pm Dinner 5-10pm Sat &Sun 11am-10pm ONE FREE DRINKOF CHOICE!W ith Dinner Entree Purchase and Coupon Serving Beer &Wine 096355 LIVELATINMUSIC WED&SAT 6-9pm COMETRYTHEBEST CUBAN BEACHSIDE www.BonefishWillys.com LIVE MUSIC WEEKENDSC OOLFROZENDRINKS WINE&BEER $500OFFthe purchase of 2 dinner entres and 2 beveragesE xpires 5-16-14Seating: Tuesday-Saturday 11am-10pm Sunday 11am9pmCLOSED MONDAYPlan Parties, Meetings and All Occasions Here!096769 Whole Maine Lobster, Clam, Shrimp & Mussel Boil Every Sunday All DayHAPPY HOUR EVERYDAY 2-6 PM MAKEYOUR MOTHERSDAY RESERVATIONSTODAY!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-Thurs 4pm-6pm I ntracoastal m.m. 101 2459 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne 321-253-8888 FREE WiFi 097184TRYITTODAY!1470 Aurora Road Melbourne(Next to Galaxy Skateland)622-6979Introducing ... T he Mighty Meatball Sandwich!An 18 meatball flavor extravaganza!!T AKEOUT DINE IN DELIVERY(Min. $15) Monday-Saturday 11am-7pm DINING & ENTERTAINMENTFirst Friday Art WalkEau Gallie Arts District Main Street will present the First Friday Art Walk from 5:308:30 p.m. Friday, May 2 in Eau Gallie Square, Melbourne. T here will be artists, cool galleries and shops, with music by the fabulous Sybil Gage in the park. T he Not Quite Ready Improv Troop will have a tent from 5:30 -8:30 p.m. in the E GAD! Arts District at the First Friday Art W alk, Friday, May 2 and will hold a short freebie show at the Derek Gores Gallery at 8 p.m. Swing by the tent and say hi, and then come by the gallery for some laughs!Y outh Players productionThe Auditioners, by Doug Rand, will be performed by the Spring 2014 Youth Players at 7 p.m. Friday, May 2 at Surfside Playhouse, 301 Ramp Road, Cocoa Beach. Cost is $7. T he production is directed by Eva Knowles. T his audition was supposed to be simple: prepare one classical monologue and one contemporary monologue. But, when this challenge is taken up by a beauty queen, a stand-up comic, a slam poet, an Esperantospeaking mime and a parade of other crazies most of whom insist on doing the same Lady Macbeth piece very badly whats a director to do? Open seating; no reservations. F or more information, visit www.surfsideplayers.com.National Homebrew DayBrocks Homebrew Supply, The Spacecoast Associates for the Advancement of Zymurgy and The American Homebrewers Association will ppresent National Homebrew Day Big Brew Saturday, May 3 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Brocks Homebrew Supply, 245 East Drive, West Melbourne. Celebrate homebrewing, brewing demonstrations, homebrew samples and the love of craft beer. AHA Big Brew brings together thousands of homebrewers from around the world, all brewing the same beers, simultaneously. More than 7,000 homebrewers from North America, Europe, Africa, Asia, South America and Australia are expected to participate this year. Call (321) 473-3846 or email customerservice@brockshomebrew.com for more information.My Florida FestivalCentral Brevard County Parks and Recreation is hosting its Second Annual My Florida Festival, a family-friendly event, with exhibits and activities from the past, present, and future. T he event will be held from 2-6 p.m. Saturday, May 3 at F. Burton Smith Regional Park, 7575 W. King St., in Cocoa. T he festival will feature a variety of food trucks, including Kona Ice, Mayan Grill, Back en BBQ and Tippys Hot Dogs; the Dixie Wranglers 4-H line dancers; live music with the Wild Cards Band; Safari T odd; Twister Airboat Rides; and the Brevard County Sheriffs Office K-9 unit. Activities will include bounce houses, crafters, exhibitors, hayrides and oldfashioned games. Admission and parking for the festival are free. F or information regarding this event, visit www.brevardcounty.us/parkscentral or call (321) 455-1385.Space Coast Flute OrchestraT he Spring Concert, Flute Fusion will be at 3 p.m., Sunday, May 4 at the Eastminster Presbyterian Church, 106 N. Riverside Drive, Indialantic. T he cost is free. F or more information, call (321) 3857236 or visit www.scfo.org.OutF rom page 13ScopesF rom page 13

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sales as a whole, and nearly 22 percent of the sales for the Melbourne location. W e operate our own commissary and bakery, adjacent to our corpor ate headquarters in West Palm B each, which supplies our restaur ants with approximately 40 percent of the signature products we sell, Mr. Schehl said. Proprietary items, such as potato pancakes, blintzes, soups, stuffed chicken breasts and meatloaf are all made right there. On the bakery side, our cakes, muffins, r ugalach and, of course, our famous black-and-white cookies, are prepared. Mr. Schehl added that this helps to ensure the quality and consistency throughout TooJays 24 restaurants. B oasting a unique and eclectic menu, TooJays has something for breakfast, lunch and dinner that is sure to leave patrons smiling. The most popular sandwiches are the Reuben and the Rachel, which are both classics, Mr. Schehl said. In addition to the grilled Reubens, tuna melts or corned beef and pastrami, piled high on thick slices of freshly-baked rye, TooJays is known for its traditional, home-style comfort foods, such as old-fashioned pot r oast, meatloaf with mashed potatoes and Shepherds pie. Each year, TooJays shakes things up a bit, adding new and exciting menu options. This year, focusing on the trend toward a healthier lifestyle, the restaurant added a number of items that feature arugula, avocado and whole-leaf spinach, putting a fresh, wholesome spin on the menu. O ur turkey avocado wrap is a house favorite, Mr. Schehl said. It comes with slow-roasted turkey breast, sliced avocado, fresh arugula and lemon-garlic aioli, wrapped in a soft tortilla. Its awesome. T ooJays also offers an Under 550 Ca lorie section on its menu, with enticing options, such as the citrus chicken breast, served with steamed broccoli and fresh fruit or light albacore tuna, surrounded by tomatoes, cucumbers, olives, red onion and hard-boiled eggs, atop a bed of mixed greens and served with a light citrus vinaigrette. The restaurant also caters to vegetarians, featuring original dishes, such as a vegetable Reuben ciabatta, Por tobello mushroom stack and r oasted veggie pasta. F or breakfast, TooJays patrons can start the day with a plethora of egg options or indulge in bananas foster French toast or Nova salmon benedict. T ooJays dinner options range from comfort foods to slightly more modern specialties. W ith quite the flair for taste, TooJ ays Gourmet Deli is truly unique to the Space Coast. W e have a large group of faithful r egulars, and we are always looking forward to welcoming many more, Mr. Schehl said. Come on in, and check us out. T ooJays Gourmet Deli is located at the Melbourne Square Mall, 1700 W. N ew Haven Ave., Melbourne. B usiness hours are Monday through Sunday, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. F or more information,call (321) 369-0450.Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 2, 201415 097176 1 547 MAPLEAVE MELBOURNE, FL 321-259-6605Slow Smoked Chicken, Beef, Pork &RibsMonday-Friday 11am-5pm Saturday 11am-3pm STEAKS SEAFOOD BURGERS SUBS CATERINGAVAILABLE BY GOODTASTE CATERERS US1 MAPLEAVECYPRESS A VE.WE AU CALLIEBLVD CREEL ST.LAW ST. NOW SERVING!ORIGINAL NEW ENGLAND SEAFOOD PIESUN, MON. & TUES95Draft Beer1600 S. Wickham Rd., Melbourne409-8217 7 Days A Week 11:00am 10:00pm097181FRENCHDIPROASTBEEF COOKED ONPREMISES ALLYOUCANEATSPAGHETTILOBSTERROLLSNew England Seafood Specials includes Fries, Coleslaw or SaladFried Cod Fried Haddock Fried Oysters Fried Shrimp Fried Ipswich Clams Fried MahiStripsWEDNESDAY $7.95 THURSDAY We Now HaveVEALMARSALA&CHICKENMARSALAEvery Weekend 097185 Enjoy the Cool Weather and The Great Bargains! Brevards Largest Shopping AttractionHundreds of Booths! Open Every Friday, Saturday &Sunday 9am-4pmPERMANENTANDWEEKLYVENDORS!www.superfleamarket.comSuper Flea &Farmers Market321-242-9124Exit 183 off I-954835 W. Eau Gallie Blvd., Melbourne THEBESTDEALS AREFOUNDHERE!DINING & ENTERTAINMENTT ooJaysF rom page 13 Kenny Ds Grill & Bar: The GT E xpress Blues Band will play from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday. The Billy J oel Tribute will be from 9-11 p.m. S aturday. Kenny Ds is at 4711 B abcock St., Palm Bay.F or more information,call (321) 724-9462. Melbourne Elks: The birthday bash is from 4-7 p.m. every first S unday of the month. Music will be by Larry & Sandi from 4-7 p.m. S unday. F or tickets and reservations,call (321) 501-2591. 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 Wine Me Up jazz jam night from 6-9The Club Scene See S CENE, page 17 Specializing in Northern Italian Food3 Seatings starting at 11:30 am Call today to make reservations!097186Eau Gallie Arts District 437 Highland Ave Melbourne,FL 32935 321-241-4890 chefmarioscafe.com Celebrate Mothers Day at Chef Marios CafeSpecial Mothers Day MenuPrepared just for the occasionfrom $1499 Complimentary Chocolate Covered Strawberries for Mom!

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MELBOURNE Step back into 1940s Morrocco, as Grace Church Melbourne hosts A Night in Casablanca, benefitting the South Brevard Sharing C enter on Saturday, May 10 from 6 to 11 p .m. in the ballroom of the Hilton Melbourne Rilato Place. T icket packages may be purchased at the general event for $50, which includes 2,500 Casablanca dollars; or the High-Roller level for $500, which includes 50,000 Casablanca dollars, two gaming raffle tickets, a complimentary seat in the $100 main event T exas Hold Em poker tournament, access to the silent auction, an exclusive discount on a room at the Hilton M elbourne Rialto Place, a visit to the pre-event Casablanca Salon, a professional event photography by Liz Cowie P hotography and an exclusive HighR oller gift bag. S eats in the poker tournament may be purchased for $100 as an add-on to the general event ticket. Pr oceeds from the event will benefit the Childrens Services program of the S outh Brevard Sharing Center, a leading community-based agency, whose mission is to provide basic-needs assistance to families in southern Brevard C ounty. This is Grace Church Melbournes first year hosting the event. W e wanted to bring a high-end casino feel to the event and liked the idea of something that exuded class, said Keri Donald, lead organizer. Tom Druckenmiller of the SBSC came up with the idea for a swanky Casablanca theme to fit those requirements. Pr omising to be a fun night for all, who attend, A Night in Casablanca will feature Las Vegas-style games, such as blackjack, craps, roulette, a bingo r oom and the Texas Hold Em poker tournament, which gives 100 players a shot at the title of South Brevard Sharing Centers Poker Champion 2014, complete with some bling to prove it. All gaming will be conducted with C asablanca dollars, which at the end of the evening will be converted to gaming raffle tickets. The raffle tickets will then be redeemed for a chance at winning one of the more than $35,000 worth of prizes. Mrs. Donald said that prizes, which are growing by the day, include a threey ear lease on a Toyota Corolla from Toyota of Melbourne, a Utah ski vacation for as many as four people, a chartered fishing trip and supplies, as much as $1,500 in gift certificates to Infinity Bike S hop and much more. The High-Roller raffle prize will be a 60-inch LG 3-D television, which will be exclusive to all High-Rollers. The winner to the poker tournament will walk away with a Las Vegas vacation, including airfare and a three-night hotel stay on the Vegas strip. There will also be a silent auction, which Mrs. Donald said is being marketed as a Mothers Day Silent Auction; therefore many, but not all, of theF riday, May 2, 201416Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com T otal PurchaseWith This Coupon Excludes Sales Items Expires 5-30-1420%OFF097180 T ext FUNKY12 to 63975 for a chance to win a $250 Shopping Spree! DVDs LOVETOYS LINGERIE SHOES VAPORS CORSETS ENHANCMENTPILLS EVERYTHINGYOURMOTHERWARNEDYOUABOUTALLATONEPLACE.3369 Sarno Road, Melbourne, FL32934(321) 752-8805Open 7 Days 9:00am-2:00am Over 25,000 Videos 096354 096768 Formerly Merita Bread Store New Products Arriving Every DayThe small store with Big Savings!2555 Aurora Rd Melbourne 610-1000 AURORADISCOUNTGROCERYNow Accepting EBT $5 OFFof $20must present coupon at time of purchase expires 5/8/14 093442 DINING & ENTERTAINMENTCasino fundraiser to benefit South Brevard Sharing Center Photo courtesy of Laura Elizabeth PhotographyBrevard residents are encouraged to test their luck with casino-style games, while enjoying a fun night out, May 10 with A Night in Casablanca, benefiting the South Brevard Sharing Center.By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com See CASINO, page 17

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prizes are for women, such as jewelry, spa services, pet prize baskets, personal training sessions, a personal tour of W ashington, D.C. by Katie Posey, wife of Congressman Bill Posey and much more. W e expect to sell out [tickets] before the event and not have tickets available at the door, so buy them soon, Mrs. Donald said. We are limited in the number of tickets that were able to sell, so the longer you wait, the more likely it is to sell out. B oth Mrs. Donald and Tom Druckenmiller, funds developer for the South Br evard Sharing Center, hope that this y ears A Night in Casablanca is another largely successful event for the organization. W e hope to bring new awareness to the high number of children, who go hungry during the summer months, Mrs. Donald said. The need is so high here in Brevard and many are shocked when they hear the numbers. I t is difficult to track the exact food deficit that the SBSC faces each summer when school is out and kids are not able to receive a free breakfast or a free or reduced-priced lunch, but our protein purchases from Second Harvest of hot dogs, by the pallet, peanut butter, by the case, canned ravioli, spaghetti-Os, soups, cereals and juices increases more than 50 percent from early May until mid-August, Mr. Dr uckenmiller said. This event hopes to raise awareness of the issue, bring in new supporters of the South Brevard Sharing Center and provide the funds to help supply where there is need, while these childrens families work at getting back on their feet, Mrs. Donald added. Grace Church Melbourne hopes to r aise upward of $70,000 for the cause, which would double what was raised during last years event. A N ight in Casablanca, hosted by Grace Church Melbourne, benefitting the South Brevard Sharing Center, is S aturday, May 10 at the Hilton Melbourne Rilato Place from 6 to 11 p.m. T ickets may be purchased online,via www.MySBSC.org/Casablanca or at the South Brevard Sharing Centers Melbourne office,located at 17 E.Hibiscus Blv d.,Melbourne. F or more information,contact A N ight in Casablancahotline at (321) 345-0393 or email C asablancac@MySBSC.org.Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 2, 201417 093910Answers located in Classied Section CasinoF rom page 16 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. Monday. Totally O pen Tuesday open jam with a full band is from 6-9 p.m. Tuesday. WTF Wednesday Comedy 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 M ikes is at Florida Discount M usic, 454 N. Harbor City Blvd., (U.S. Highway 1), Melbourne. For more information,call (321) 2545645. Players Club Billiards & Bar: A live DJ will play from 9 p.m. to closing Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Poker 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 Billiard Club is at 1935 Aurora Road, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 254-8067. Squid Lips Melbourne: Tr ilogy will play at 7 p.m. Friday. Buck Ba re foot will play at 3 p.m. Saturday. The Top Hats Trio will play at 3 p .m. Sunday. Squid Lips is at 1477 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne. For more information,call (321) 2593101. E ditors note: To have your music v enue listed in Club Scene,send it in monthly,or 7-10 days in advance of our Friday publication dates,to brevnews@hometownnewsol.com or (321) 242-1281 (fax).SceneF rom page 15 0898652280 Harris Avenue,PalmBay 321-953-5838Call Ahead for Take Out Off Premise Catering Available Free WiFiT uesday-Sunday 7:00 am-2:00 pm Closed Mondays New Owners: April &Rob Cuthill New Owners: April &Rob Cuthill Buy 1 Entree, 2ndOne1/2 OFFBeverage Not Included Must present coupon at the time of purchase Not valid with any other offers All Day Saturday KIDSEATFREE12 Years and Under Beverage Not Included Expires 5/3/14 Must present coupon at the time of purchase Not valid with any other offers SUPPORTING THEMILITARYAll Military Retired or Active20% OFFThat Honored PersonWe prepare only the freshest ingredients! Come and enjoy your fav orite neighborhood cafe.Must show ID Must present coupon at time Not valid with any other offers

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Each year, in the hope of preserving freedom by stimulating a deeper understanding of American history, members of DAR all over the United S tates, conduct annual essay contests for area students with winners advancing to state and national competition. N inety-nine students from six area Br evard schools participated in the history fair. Of those, 43 have advanced to the state level, held in M ay in Tallahassee. F or more information about joining DAR or judging in next years contest, contact Deb Plaag,at dplaag@gmail.com or (321) 543-0778Zoo team completes scrub-jay translocationF lorida Scrub-Jays, a unique species found only in Florida, require a healthy scrub habitat to thrive. A team from Brevard Zoo has successfully moved Florida Scrub-Jays from a housing development construction project in scrub habitat on Pineda Road in Melbourne. S ix Florida Scrub-Jays (a family of four and a pair) were translocated (moving wildlife from one place to another by humans) to a protected and managed habitat at Buck Lake C onservation Area in Mims, in an attempt to improve their chances of survival. This collaborative translocation effort benefited from the expertise of many agencies. Scientists with the F lorida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and U.S. Fish and W ildlife Service determined the specific birds to translocate and which location to use as a release site. S t. Johns River Water Management D istrict officials worked hard to prepare their new home at Buck Lake C onservation Area, and the animal experts at Brevard Zoo were recruited to manage the hands-on aspect of the translocation. The Zoo team was responsible for trap-training the Florida scrub-jays prior to capture, capturing the birds, conducting medical exams, transporting and setting the birds up in temporary holding enclosures used to acclimate the jays prior to release. F lorida Scrub-Jays live in family groups, often with young from the previous breeding season. Moving the entire family unit increases the likelihood the jays will remain in their new habitat. The team will continue to monitor the Florida Scrub-Jays at their new home indefinitely, adding to the science of translocations. O ther Zoo conservation programs include the Indian River Lagoon S horeline Restoration, the Oyster Reef R estoration, Florida Butterfly Monitoring Network and FrogWatch USA. F or more information about Brevard Zo o s conservation efforts, visit Breva rd Zoo .org.Aging Matters in Brevard awarded grantAging Matters in Brevard has announced that it is the recipient of a grant award from the Jess Parrish M edical Foundation, designated as sponsorship for its signature fundraiser Seventh Annual Passport to Wines Around the World. All proceeds from this sponsorship will be used for Aging Matters in Brevard Programs. Grant proceeds will help provide care for more than 6,800 seniors, so they can receive the finest in comprehensive and coordinated services, preserving the very culture that we v alue so much a safe and healthy community. Aging Matters in Brevard offers a wide variety of services to enable seniors to live safely and independently in their own homes. One of its primary programs, The Brevard Community Kitchen, serves more than 2,000 meals a day to the frailest of our citize n s, including both elders and atr isk children. F or more information,call (321) 8063767 or email jhakkila@agingmattersbrevard.org.NASA mission announces 71 5 new worldsNASAs Kepler mission recently announced the discovery of 715 new planets. These newly-verified worlds orbit 305 stars, revealing multipleplanet systems much like our own solar system. Ne arly 95 percent of these planets are smaller than Neptune, which is almost four times the size of Earth. This discovery marks a significant increase in the number of known small-sized planets more akin to Earth than previously identified exoplanets, which are planets outside our solar system. Si nce the discovery of the first planets outside our solar system roughly two decades ago, verification has been a laborious planet-by-planet process. Now, scientists have a statistical technique that can be applied to many planets at once when they are found in systems that harbor moreSee NOTES, page 19

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Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 2, 201419 Dr. Denture097164 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. MELBOURNEFL Lic# 10444 096358289 E. Eau Gallie Blvd(Between Panera &Ross)Indian Harbour Beach,FLMon-Sat 9:30-7 Sunday 11-5Pedicure $20 Manicure &Pedicure Combo $28Expires 5-9-14FullSet Pink &White$30(Save $10)Expires 5-9-14 Ask About Our PartyPackage Appointments &Walk-ins W elcome acrylic, gel, pink &white, manicure &spa pedicure(321) 610-1610Gift Certificates A vailable 093435 093503 ObituariesW all of remembrance than one planet around the same star. The research team used a technique called verification by multiplicity, which relies in part on the logic of probability. Kepler observes 150,000 stars, and has found a few thousand of those to have planet candidates. If the candidates were randomly distributed among Keplers stars, only a handful would have more than one planet candidate. However, Kepler observed hundreds of stars that have multiple planet candidates. Through a careful study of this sample, these 715 new planets were verified. F our of these new planets are less than 2.5 times the size of Earth and orbit in their suns habitable zone, defined as the range of distance from a star where the surface temperature of an orbiting planet may be suitable for life-giving liquid water. The findings papers are available for download at http://www.nasa.gov/ames/kepler /digital-press-kit-kepler-planetbonanza.File artBrevard Hometown News news clerk Michael Hibbard stops for a photo at the 2013 Florida Vietnam and All Veterans Annual Reunion in front of The Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall and one of the many displays. Thousands of people are expected to attend this years event at Wickham Park, May 14. There will be food, music, entertainment, displays, veterans information and vendors at the reunion.Donald Edward Matthews Sr.Donald Edward Matthews Sr., 87, of Melbourne, died Thursday, April 17, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen F amily Cremation and Funeral Care, M elbourne.David J. KingD avid J. King, 48, of Melbourne Village, died Thursday, April 17, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen F amily Cremation and Funeral Care, M elbourne.Catherine Fedor ShaferC atherine Fedor Shafer, 91, of West M elbourne, died Friday, April 18, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen F amily Cremation and Funeral Care, M elbourne.Michael William MannixM ichael William Mannix, 61, of Pa lm Bay, died Friday, April 18, 2014. Arrangements were by Davis Seawinds Funeral Home & Crematory, M elbourne.Jounathan Nathaniel SmithJ ounathan Nathaniel Smith, 77, of M elbourne, died Friday, April 18, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen F amily Cremation and Funeral Care, M elbourne.L eroy Walden Jr.Leroy Walden Jr., 63 of Palm Bay, died Saturday, April 19, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen F amily Cremation and Funeral Care, M elbourne.Doris Berneise TuftsDoris Berneise Tufts, 82, of Melbourne, died Monday, April 21, 2014. Arrangements were by Davis Seawinds Funeral Home & Crematory, M elbourne.Phyllis Anne AsherP hyllis Anne Asher, 69, of Melbourne Beach, died Monday, April 21, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen F amily Cremation and Funeral Care, M elbourne.Jane W. ReeseJ ane W. Reese, 93, of Melbourne, died Monday, April 21, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen F amily Cremation and Funeral Care, M elbourne. NotesF rom page 18

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