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F ollowing several failed attempts by the organization to appeal the ruling, court documentation shows that Mr. Br adford then won a final judgment in J une 2011 for unpaid wages, wrongful termination and attorney fees and costs. The newest lawsuit, filed last month, states that the defendant, KLD Youth F oundation, has not satisfied this final judgment in part or in whole. W ith accrued interest, the judgment sat at $212,263, as of press time, according to court records. I can tell you that every attempt was made to satisfy what was ordered by the court, said Janet Shaffer, CEO of KLD Y outh Foundation, of the 2007 suit. I dont think its wise, prudent or kind in the HR process to speak about a past employee. Dr. Bradford has been offered. Dr. Bradford hasnt accepted. We v e made significant offers; he just doesnt want to accept it. Mr. Bradford and his lawyers said they have had no contact with Mrs. Shaffer for more than two years, and that no offers have been made since the initial collection of $30,000 from the nonprofit. In 2004, Mrs. Shaffer created KLD Y outh Foundation, alongside her then foster son/son-in-law Kevin Deaton, as an afterschool Christian-based foundation on Merritt Island, designed for atr isk youth. At the time the foundation was started, Mr. Deaton, a Merritt Island High School graduate, had a promising career ahead of him as a professional baseball player, and the foundation was created as a way for him to give back to the community, with the expectation of such an athletes salary, Mrs. Shaffer said. The afterschool program then evolved into an actual educational institution in 2006, under the KLD name, known as the KLD Learning Center, which was offered to students, searching for an alternative form of learning through hands-on education and experiences. S oon after the school was established, however, an injury put a halt to Mr. D eatons baseball dreams, as well as on the future of the foundation, Mrs. S haffer said. B ut the organization pressed on, and KLD Learning Center recently saw its final graduating class of nine students this past May. In total, 54 students have graduated from the school in the past nine years, Mrs. Shaffer said. O ur programs have been successful, she said. You take kids, and you let them feel what success is and you give them desire to have hope in their lives when their physical surroundings would appear that there is no hope for a bright future. All we have to do is get them to hope. Mr. Bradford said that he was offered a three-year contract to serve as headmaster of KLD Learning Center in 2006, with an annual salary of $63,000, but said that he was terminated a year later. The former head of the Edgewood J unior-Senior High English, and Journalism department and 1999 finalist for Br evard County Teacher of the Year, subsequently sued KLD Youth Foundation for wrongful termination and the r emainder of his wages for his three-year contract. The organization initially offered Mr. Br adford adonated KLD school bus and a 0.35-acre property, located in Ti tusville, to settle the debt, but he declined, saying the school needed the donated bus to help transport its students, and that the property taxes attached to the land would greatly bring down its value. By filing a proceedings supplementary, it gives the creditor, Mr. Bradford, the right to compel the debtor to appear in court and testify before a judge or magistrate about the debtors assets, according to law. The law also states that a creditor may also examine third parties, who may be the debtors alter-ego or who may be transferees of the debtors property. While KLD Youth Foundation was still in full operation, Mrs. Shaffer established an additional nonprofit organization in 2011, known as KLD Youth M inistries. Both entities are currently r egistered with the state of Florida and list similar objectives by helping to transform at-risk youth to become future leaders. The 2012 tax filings, which are the most recent available, for KLD Youth F oundation and KLD Youth Ministries showed that funding was transferred back and forth between the two entities. In 2012, public record shows that KLD Y outh Foundation paid $58, 841 to what is listed as affiliates, and had a liability listed as a due to KLD Youth Ministries for $48,080. That same year, KLD Youth Ministries r eceived $58, 841 from what is listed as r elated organizations, and listed the due of $48,080 from KLD Youth F oundation, in its assets, records show. The 2012 tax filings for KLD Youth M inistries also shows that the nonprofit made a payment of $107,618 to affiliates. That same year, KLD Youth Foundation received $107,618 from related organizations. Mr. Bradfords latest court filing makes r eference to this. (The filing) orders any property thereupon shown to be that of defendant, KLD Youth Foundation, Inc., to be applied toward satisfaction of final judgment, including any property fraudulently transferred by defendant to another individual or entity, the filing states. B ob Moletteire, KLDs attorney, deniedKLDF rom page 1 See KLD, page 4


F riday, June 27, 20144Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com 785495 096015 that any property from KLD Youth F oundation was transferred to KLD Y outh Ministries. W e only had the real estate and a school bus in the foundations name, he wrote in an email to H ometown News W e continue to offer those to Bradford to reduce the judgment. When asked whether or not the funding transferred between the two organizations was considered a transfer of property, Mr. Moletteire could not be r eached for comment. Mrs. Shaffer also denied any transfer of funds between the two entities. The only transfer between KLD Youth F oundation and KLD Youth Ministries has been funds transferred to KLD Youth F oundation for operational expenses, she said in an email. KLD Youth Foundation and KLD Youth M inistries have been under investigation by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement since April, following an accusation of mismanagement of funds. In a statement from Mrs. Shaffer, which was emailed to H ometown News, the organization claimed that its own board of directors, specifically former KLD Youth Foundationboard member Br evard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey, initiated the investigation, following claims from another former board member, who said the nonprofit, specifically Mrs. Shaffer, was misusing funds. Y ou could speak to tens and tens and hundreds of children, who will tell you a different picture, Mrs. Shaffer said during an interview on May 12. And, if one of these children broke the law, yo u d follow that, but all of the children, who have been successful and turned their lives around, I bet you dont have one article written about that. D espite his past ties with the organization, Sheriff Ivey said he did not hesitate to file the investigation. I m S heriff, first and foremost, he said. If these allegations are true, someone will be held accountable. I have seen no evidence of criminal wrong-doing. S heriff Ivey said he stepped down from KLD in early March in order to devote more time to his fundraising duties as the 2015 chairman of the United Way of Br evard County. On an April 8, 2014, filing on S unBiz.org, the Florida Department of S tate Division of Corporations, Sheriff Iv ey was still listed as a board member of KLD Youth Ministries, but said this was an error, and clarified that he is no longer a board member of either organization. A strong proponent of programs that target at-risk youth, Sheriff Ivey said he was still a supporter of KLDs mission and recently served as co-emcee of KLD Y outh Ministries 10th annual Dancing W ith Brevard event on May 31 at the R osen Shingle Creek Resort in Orlando. The event, which was co-hosted by the Br evard County Sheriffs Office, was attended by more than 400 local leaders and community members and raised approximately $350,000, benefiting the KLD Kids, according to the event flier. S eparate from the allegations of mismanagement of funding, public r ecord indicated that KLD Youth F oundation owes more than $170,000 in federal tax liens, as of press time. A federal tax lien is the governments legal claim against a filers property when the filer fails to pay a tax debt, according to irs.gov. The lien protects the governments interest in all of the filers property, including real estate, personal property and financial assets. These liens have been repeatedly disputed by the organization. Thats all been paid, Mrs. Shaffer said about the IRS liens. The liens wont come off until there is, like, a $20,000 interest remainder, so our accountants have supplied the IRS with all documentation to get that removed. (The IRS) doesnt move as fast as youd like them to. Its all paid. Dur ing an interview in April, Mrs. S haffer said the organization would provide proof of payment of the liens, but, following numerous failed requests for a receipt, she emailed this statement to H ometown News: I t is not KLDs policy to provide evidence of IRS or payroll payments to persons outside of the KLD organization, except as r equired by law. A Melbourne-based certified public accountant, who is not affiliated with KLD, said that nonprofit organizations, which are not required to pay income taxes, accumulate federal liens by not paying the payroll taxes required for their employees. I f you work at McDonalds, and you make $100 a paycheck, taxes would take out $20 (of that paycheck), said the CPA, who wished to remain anonymous. I t is up to the employer to hand that $20, (plus an employer tax) over to (the government). The question is then, Where did the $20 (and the employer tax) go? Mrs. Shaffer said that despite what these records show for 2012, her organizations currently do not owe money to the federal government. KLD does not owe any payroll taxes to the IRS and does not owe any payroll to any of its employees, she said. Any CPA r eviewing the tax records for KLD would be aware of these facts and stating false information in this regard would be an ethical violation and defamation. Ac cording to its tax records, the organization has already paid off two additional IRS liens since 2007, worth a total of $29,349. M y experience with the IRS is that it takes zero to four months for a lien to be cleared, once payment is made, the CPA said. Mrs. Shaffer said that the organization has paid its debt with everything it has done over the years. P ublic record shows that Dancing WithKLDF rom page 3 See KLD page 16


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Sumer Marie Ohlsen, 31, of 2192 K ing Richard Road, Melbourne, was charged June 14 with fraud-swindling to obtain property. Dale Albert Kleinertz, 51, of 2457 St. S within Lane, Melbourne, was charged J une 17 with unarmed robbery. Willie D. Spivey, 57, of 1125 Gainey Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged June 17 with possession of a weapon/ammo by a convicted felon and criminal mischief-property damage. Melbourne Village P olice Department Aaron Reed, 22, of 820 Wickham R oad N., Melbourne, was charged June 15 with attempting to solicit/conspire, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.Brevard County Sheriffs Office Justin Robert Anderson, 27, of 5473 S picebush Court, Melbourne, was charged June 14 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of drug paraphernalia and felony on-site violation of probation. Justin Robert Anderson, 27, of 5473 S picebush Court, Melbourne, was charged June 14 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of drug paraphernalia and felony on-site violation of probation. Christopher Lamar Cannon, 20, of 2005 Peenwood Drive, Melbourne, was charged June 14 with fleeing/attempting to elude a police officer, having no motorcycle endorsement on drivers license, resisting arrest without violence and battery. Sharaye Ragsdale, 21, of 4455 W. N ew Haven Ave., West Melbourne, was charged June 14 on an out-of-county warrant. Brandon Marshall Woods, 24, of 1400 Hillcrest Drive, Melbourne, was charged June 14 with dealing in stolen property and giving false verification of ownership. Angel L. Acevedo, 35, of 2272 September St., Melbourne, was charged J une 16 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied structure. Carman Lillian Alvey, 28, of 20 Annette Drive, West Melbourne, was charged June 16 with fraud-illegal use of credit cards and felony violation of probation. Megan Fowler, 26, of 2416 King Richard Road, Melbourne, was charged June 17 with aggravated battery causing bodily harm. Shelly Donnell Frye, 25, of 915 C amphor Way, Melbourne, was charged June 17 with grand larceny. Thomas James Porter, 43, address unknown, was charged June 18 with aggravated battery causing bodily harm. Baron Conrad Rogers, 46, of 112 D ale Ave., Melbourne, was charged J une 18 with dealing in stolen property, fraud-giving false ownership information to pawn items, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and felony child abuse. Jennifer Gail Culberth, 37, of 3418 Lisa Lane, Melbourne, was charged J une 19 with fraud-illegal use of credit cards, fraud-attempting to use the identification of another, four counts of larceny, four counts of passing a forged/altered instrument and six counts of felony violation of probation. Patricia Ann Rivera, 30, address unknown, was charged June 19 with larceny and on an out-of-county warr ant.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. CalendarF rom page 2 See CALENDAR, page 8


This months piece was difficult for me to write. The issues I will delve into in the following paragraphs have been w eighing on my heart heavily recently, due to the recent passage of Fathers Day. I firmly believe that the way a father r aises his daughter will have a huge impact on many of her life choices as she grows up. Granted, maturity and life experience will change over time, but a kind and supportive masculine presence can carry a lot of weight in a girls life. My father and I had a rocky relationship, at best. My mother was a stay-at-home mom and my dad, the main breadwinner, and while there were not any overtly obvious signs of abuse in our home, it was there. This kind of abuse is unsettlingly secret and brings with it shame and low self-confidence. My fathers genuine disdain for the female race was obvious over the 13 y ears that I was abused, as a child. Whenever I am asked why I never said anything until I became an adult, my answer is the same as that of any abused person he scared me. N ot only did he scare me, but also my brothers, my cousins and my mother. Though, Im sure that if my mother ever knew what was occurring, she would have found the courage to leave, if only due to her amazing support system of family, friends and God. My father was not a Godly man, and so I came to the conclusion that God could not stop an evil man, who was deaf to the Lords instruction. But many other men actually use religious teachings to justify the objectification and abuse of women, and thats scary, too. It is more than unfortunate that so much of the Bibles Old Testament Scriptures command repression of females, and it is difficult to argue against the fact that there are so many anti-women Bible messages there. M any women of faith grow up with these outmoded rules of what not to do; dont speak up, dont teach, dont disobey your husband, dont divorce, dont show your skin, etc., instead of finding joy in the freedom and inclusion of the example of Jesus life. And many men buy into the ancient belief that a Christian man owns his wife and daughters as his property, to be used as slaves and collateral for worldly riches. It is a heartbreaking truth alive and well in the world still, as evidenced in a world where women are r aped because they dare walk alone and daughters are stoned to death by their male relatives and neighbors for actual and implied disobedience. Over and over, the Jesus stories show him walking with, teaching to, laying hands of healing upon and showing mercy to women. For giveness came to this awesome son of God more easily than it does to us mere mortals, and while I forgave my dad, who has since passed away, a long time ago for what he did, I will never forget, and that is where I draw my strength from. 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$100 PAULINEHEFFERNANOFBAREFOOTBAY I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013 INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO. 772-465-5656 095582WIN$100This W eeks Prize VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, JUNE 27, 2014 MELBOURNE WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM PAGE 6At a lightning firePhoto by Paul LepinskieMelbourne firefighters responded to a fire near Wickham Park Friday, June 20 that emergency personnel believe to have been started by lightning. Did the senator know?One would think all those people in Arizona, who couldnt get medical attention from the VA over the years wouldve flooded the offices of their r eigning senator, John McCain with complaints clueless? Doubtful!Data breaches, and the end of your worldD ata breaches are about companies that you make monetary transactions with online or in their stores. The problem is that these companies, who guarantee that your credit card numbers and information are perfectly safe to use on their websites and at their r etail counters, are wrong and are at fault by telling you that. R ecent data breaches at Target, Veriz on and now, eBay, are about thieves taking money from the accounts you have with these companies you deal with. And how many companies have y ou used the same card at? Its called access. The Florida state government, via Got something to say? Email the Hometown Rants &Raves at brevnews@hometownnewsol.com or call (321) 242-1276. 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Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, June 27, 20147 We Need Your Help!F rom a total of 48 pets, the Hometown News staff has narrowed it down to five well-deserving finalists for our second annual PET OF THE YEAR contest. Now, its up to you our readers to select the winner. From now through Friday, July 4, YOU will have the opportunity to vote for your favorite pet from the finalists below. You can do so by visiting our Facebook page. (Just search Hometown News Brevard on Facebook). The pet finalist with the most likes will be named the winner. The winning pet will be announced in our July 11 editions and will receive a feature in our newspaper and prizes for you and your pet. A 1-year-old red and white Siberian Husky, Raylan is the energetic pup of Ed and Shirley Parker of Melbourne. Some of Raylans favorite things to do are go to the park and play with his best friends Kula, and KnickKnick, meet up with his treat buddies, Jerry and Jack, and cruise in the car, in search of new friends. A 4-year-old Chihuahua, Whippet and Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier mix, Cody is the rescue dog of Mary and Maurice Shahrabani of Melbourne. Some of Codys favorite things to do are visit everyone in his parents community, talk to anyone, who will listen, and of course, get treats. Codys parents are honored to take care of their bundle of joy for the rest of his life. A nearly 6-month-old short-haired domestic kitty, Maximilan is the smart and scandalous pet of Eileen and Jerry Grubbs of Merritt Island. Some of Maximilans favorite things to do are play in his cat condo, run around the house like a wild cat and spend quality time, snuggling with his mommy, who, admittedly, spoils him rotten. A now 1-year-old yellow Labrador retriever, Rafiki is the unbelievably adorable pup of Meagan McGone of Viera. Some of Rafikis favorite hobbies are chewing everything in sight, digging holes in the yard and hiding from his archenemy the vacuum. Rafiki was 12 weeks old at the time this photo was submitted. A 7-year-old Dalmatian, Keekoh was the active pup of Annie Caza of Indialantic. Some of Keekohs favorite things to do were run with her mom, explore the dog beach and chase her favorite toy, the Kong. Keekoh passed away recently, following the announcement of our Pet of the Year finalists.


F riday, June 27, 20148Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F actory Authorized & Trained Technicians6880 US Hwy. 1 Vero Beach, Fl 32967772 562-5759www.BrandtsApplianceService.comVOTED #1Appliance Repair By Readers of Vero Beach & Sebastian093699OUTDOOR KITCHENS &GRILLS Custom Outdoor Kitchens Starting at$299900 upper-division courses are the colleges four-year bachelors degree programs. Eastern Florida currently offers nine bachelors degree tracks in Business, H ealth and Computer Information T echnologies. D r. Richey and the trustees believe that keeping college affordable is the single most important thing they can do to provide students the opportunity to receive a college education, get a good job after graduation and improve their lives, Mr. Glisch said. While Eastern Floridas cost per credit hour remains in line with other state colleges in Florida, Mr. Glisch added that there are not many colleges that have not raised tuition three years in a ro w like EFSC. In addition to keeping tuition the same, three years running, Dr. Richey and the EFSC Board of Trustees announced that non-probationary full-time and part-time staff, except the president, will receive a one-time cost of living payment. F ull-time employees will receive a $1,000 lump sum payment and regular, part-time staff will receive $500, both of which will be doled out in July. This is the second time the college staff has received a cost of living payment since 2008. Eastern Florida will also continue to expand the colleges security, adding 15 part-time officers, one full-time officer and creating an 18 member reserve force, which will increase the overall size of the force from 51 to 85 officers. The safety of everyone at the college is paramount, and the larger force will enhance the strong protections we already have in place, Dr. Richey said in a press statement. The expansion, which augments EFSCs partnership with the Brevard C ounty Sheriffs Office and local police departments, will allow the college to maintain two officers on duty ov ernight on all four campuses.TuitionF rom page 1 bourne Auditorium, 625 E. Hibiscus Blv d., Melbourne. This years event will be an indoor picnic with air-conditioning! Admission is free, but there will be a $5 charge per person for the barbecue. This will be a great opportunity for Br evard voters to meet-and-greet elected officials and candidates, who will have an opportunity to speak. F lorida Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera will be attending, and Florida Attn. Gen. Pam Bondi, CFO Jeff Atwater and C ommissioner of Agriculture Adam P utnam have been invited. Entertainment will be by DJ Greg B ennett, and a straw poll will be conducted by the Supervisor of Elections office. F or more information,call (321) 2230808. Foo Dog Days in Melbourne: On S aturday, June 28, the Central Brevard H umane Society and Foo Bar, located at 816 E. New Haven Ave., in Historic Downtown Melbourne, will be hosting Foo Dog Days, from 1-4 p.m. This monthly event will feature adoptable animals from the Humane S ociety at both Foo Bar and CBHSs M olly Mutt II Thrift Shop (located a half a block west of the bar), complimentary hors doeuvres and doggie treats, raffles, drink specials and much. A dmission is free. All animals must be on a leash or in a carrier and have proof of current shots, along with a county tag. Donations of pet supplies will be accepted during the event for the homeless animals at the shelter in C ocoa and the Merritt Island Adoption Center. The Central Brevard Humane Society will also be there, providing the public with fun educational information about responsible pet ownership and will have merchandise available for purchase. Pr oceeds from this event will help to r aise awareness and financial support for the unwanted and abandoned pets that visit the Central Brevard H umane Society each year, who need a safe and loving forever home. F or more information,contact the C entral Brevard Humane Society at (321) 636-3343 or visit crittersavers.com or search cbhumanesociety on Facebook and Twitter. Celebrate Freedom: This is a free community event with the Eau Gallie F irst Baptist Church choir, orchestra, ensemble, drama and multimedia. It will be at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, June 28 and 10 a.m. Sunday, June 29 at 1501 W. Eau Gallie Blvd., Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2542339.SUNDAY, JUNE 29 Camp Illahaw at Forever Florida: Ca mp Illahaw, a horse and adventure summer camp for boys and girls, 1015, will include Eco Adventure Park, horseback riding, kayaking, a lowr opes challenge course, shooting, arts and crafts, archery and more. C ost is $575. S essions will be June 29, July 6, 13, 20 and 27. F or more information,visit www.campillahaw.com or call (321) 427-4616. Museum Offers free admission to military personnel: F oosaner Art M useum is joining more than 2,000 museums across America to offer free admission to military personnel andCalendarF rom page 5 See CALENDAR, page 10


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BREVARD Brevard Countys biggest celebration for the Fourth of J uly will take place this Independence D ay at the Palm Bay Campus of Eastern Florida State College. On Friday, July 4, the city of Palm Bay I ndependence Day Celebration, sponsored by Health First Health Plans & I nsurance will be from 2-10 p.m. This event has taken place for the past 30 years, a spokesperson from the city of Palm Bay said. Also, for the first time, this years event will feature a Food Truck War. W e re excited to be back in Palm Ba y, said Liz Otts, president of Food Tr uck Crazy. Its a great city, and were happy to be a part of this huge celebration. A variety of food trucks from all over the state will compete in five categories, which include the Spirit Award, P eoples Choice Award, Top Sales, D electable Dessert and Casual Cuisine. G ail Merrill, community outreach coordinator for the Palm Bay Parks and Recreation Department, said that the Food Truck War is sure to excite r esidents. F ood Truck Wars will be cooking up fantastic gourmet entres and desserts that will please event the pickiest eaters, she said. The event will also feature live musical entertainment from local bands L una Pearl and GT Express. P alm Bay Idol winners will be performing throughout the event, and special activities for children in the Ki d s Zone will feature bounce houses, water slides and games. The annual Kids Patriotic Bike Par ade will also be open to children 12 and younger. The city of Palm Bay goes all out for I ndependence Day, said William C apote, mayor of Palm Bay. Its really the best way to celebrate our countrys independence in grand fashion, enjoying time with family friends and being part of the biggest party in Breva rd C ounty. The event will conclude with a fireworks display at 9:15 p.m. Ev ent sponsors include the city of P alm Bay, Health First Health Plans and Insurance, Zambelli Fireworks and KISS 95.1 FM. F riday, June 27, 201410Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com 098763 096034 S U M M E R S P E C I A L SMon-Fri 5am-4pm Sat. 6am-4pm Sun 6am-3pmCorner of Babcock St &Palm Bay Rd Brevard to celebrate Independence Day at EFSC By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com their families this summer, in collabor ation with the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star Families and the U nited States Department of Defense. A ctive duty military personnel, including those in the National Guard and Reserve, are eligible for free admission from now through Labor Da y, M onday, Sept. 1. The program provides families an opportunity to enjoy the nations cultural heritage and learn more about their new communities after a military move. F ind a complete list of participating museums at http://arts.gov/national/blue-starmuseums. The Foosaner Art Museum is located at 1463 Highland Ave. in the Eau Gallie Arts District of Melbourne. Hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday, 1-5 p.m.; and Thursday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursdays offer free admission all day. The phone number is (321) 6748916,or visit www.foosanerartmuseum.org for more information. Sponsorship opportunities available for Brevard Zoos Summer Saturday Nights series: Brevar d Zoo is preparing for the 12th annual Summer Saturday Nights series. It is offering organizations the opportunity to partner with the zoo for this popular event. S ponsoring this event makes it possible for hundreds of people to beat the summertime heat and enjoy the zo o and live music in the evening, all at a reduced admission price. SSN takes place every Saturday night in June and July when the zoo stays open until 9 p.m., with a local band performing live music from 68:30 p.m. each night. Vi sitors will be able to see many of the animals out on exhibit until dusk, with a special animal encounter at 7 p .m. Guests can also kayak, ride the train and feed the giraffes for an additional charge. F un activities and unique animal and/or conservation themes are planned for each night. Each year organizations help underwrite the cost to lower admission to $6 (daytime admission is $16) by becoming a sponsor. Each sponsor gets to choose an exclusive night to meet guests, and receives two months of online advertising, in addition to print, radio and cable ads. The overall two-month promotion reaches more than one million people. S ummer Saturday Nights is a great way to give back to the community, while giving valuable support to the z oo and its many extraordinary programs. To learn more about the event dates and this and other promotional opportunities,contact Shirley Kennedy at (321) 254-9453,Ext.485,or by email at skennedy@brevardzoo.org.MONDAY, JUNE 30 City of Melbournes Teen ExtremeCalendarF rom page 8 See CALENDAR, page 12


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S ummer Camp: The Teen Extreme summer camp is a great opportunity for kids, 12-15 (must be 12 by Dec. 31, 2014) to experience nine weeks of non-stop fun summer activities. The camp includes fun indoor and outdoor activities. There are field trips, games, arts and crafts and more. C ost includes all activities. A onetime T-shirt fee of $10 is due at registration. Cost is $133 per week for city of Melbourne residents and $160 per w eek for non-residents. C amp is Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. through Aug. 1. Br ing your childs birth certificate and parent/guardian proof of residency and ID. All camps are on a firstcome, first-served basis. If the week y ou desire is full, you may be put on a waiting list. There will be a 20 percent discount for each additional family member. Payment methods are cash, check, Discover, Visa or MasterCard. C amp registration can be taken in person at the Eau Gallie Civic Center, or online (online user ID & password r equired): F inancial assistance is available for city of Melbourne residents. F or more information,call the Eau G allie Civic Center at (321) 255-4608. City of Melbourne Crane summer camp: The Crane Summer Express C amp will be Monday through Friday, through Aug. 1 from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p .m. C ost for residents will be $133, with non-residents paying $160. A secondchild discount and financial assistance is available. The camp is for children, 6-11. S pace is limited. K ids, join in for daily activities, trips, games and a chance to reunite with old friends and make new ones. Sign up now to reserve your spot! The Crane Community Center is at 1440 Mosswood Drive, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2554609 or visit cranecc@melbourneflorida.org. City of Melbourne Lipscomb summer camp: The city of Melbourne will present the Lipscomb Park Summer C amp Monday through Friday, through Aug. 1 from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p .m. C ost is $64 for residents and $77 for non-residents, per week. There will be a 20 percent discount for each additional child. Financial assistance is available. Call for more information The summer camp includes field trips, sports and educational activities, as well as weekly themes to explore for nine weeks. There is a one-time T-shirt fee of $7 for each child. Children must bring their own lunch and snack each day. Ages are 6-11; children must be 6 by the first day of camp. The Lipscomb Community Center is at 3316 Monroe St., Melbourne. If you have questions,call (321) 6745725.F riday, June 27, 201412Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com 000000GROUP GOLF Do you have a group of 12 or more? DuranGolf Club, the top-rated course in Brevard has a special rate for you!Monday-Thursday V alid until 8/30/14 *Not valid for league play or tournament play. All players must pay fee to qualify.7032 Stadium Parkway Viera, FL32940 321-504-7776 x1 www.durangolf.comContact The Golf Shop to Sign Up Your Group of Golfers GROUPS 12-19$29/GOLFERSavings of $10GROUPS 20+$25/GOLFERSavings of $14 CalendarF rom page 10As for that kind and supportive masculine presence I needed, I found that in my grandfather, who was and r emains the sort of man I could look up to. I pray that more men, like my grandfather, will continue to advocate next to the women they love, to demand a future for their mothers, sisters, wives and daughters without fear and judgment. A world where women are valued for their strengths and abilities as people, not as sex objects to be used up by any man, who deems it is right to view women as property. And I pray that my daughter will grow up in a world that celebrates her divine femininity that she will find a partner that loves her unconditionally, someone who will support her as an equal, just as Jesus did for the females in his lifetime, and be courageous enough to let her to do the same. Amen. A my Lewis lives with her husband and daughter in Satellite Beach and is a longtime member of the United Church of Christ.AmyF rom page 6 Look your best INAFLASH!with IPLTreatments (Intense Pulsed Light)Y ou skin continually renews itself by shedding old skin cells and replacing them with new healthy cells, but this process slows with age. The EllmanIPLSystem triggers skin renewal for each area treated by exposing targeted cells to light energy. Based on your skin condition, Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) is focused and filtered to a particular wavelength. Depending on the wavelength used, IPLcan resolve a number of conditions and revitalize your skin with nothing more than light. Fine Lines And Wrinkles Treats Melasma Dark Circles Under Eyes Sun Damage Acne Age Spots Unwanted Hair Tattoo Removal096045No surgery. No downtime. JUSTRESULTS. Sandstone MEDLEYTMLASERS Before And After IPL TreatmentCall today for your complimentary consultation and receive 20% Off thru July 31st.400 E. Strawbridge Ave Melbourne, FL 32901(321)676-3101www.artfulawakenings.com


A ttn. Gen. Pam Bondi, seems to be going after the companies that didnt, right upfront when it happened, inform its customers that a data breach had occurred. After a breach, you can go in and change your password, but that is like locking your garage door after someone has already stolen your car. Who is going after these hackers? Police can track your cell phone, whether you are using it, or not. They can track your car from space and even the $100 bill in y our pocket. (Hold it up to the light and look at it). If hackers can do these data breaches, surely the good guys have someone, who can track the hackers down and put them away. We are lucky that these small-time hackers are only stealing small amounts of money from every account they hack. S mall amounts from thousands of people do add up, though. What if they became braver and successfully hacked your bank and took everyones money and cashed in your investments? Y ou say it cant happen? Tell that to the Tar get, Verizon and eBay customers, with more to come, I am sure. And how easy is it to change your online accounts when you have, say, forgotten your password? Could anybody do it in your place? Lets us see: 1. Your mothers maiden name? 2. What school did you attend? and/or 3. Where did you meet your spouse? O h, wait! Isnt that information in your F acebook profile? Oops! The awful thing about the Great Stock Mar ket Crash of 1929 wasnt that the investors lost all the money they had invested, it was the fact that the average man and woman lost faith and money in the banking system, because the banks closed after the crash and would not give the people their own money back. What would your bank do if it were hacked? O h, yes! Now, there is the Federal D eposit Insurance Corporation. It insures bank customers assets. Ha, ha, ha! How much faith do you have in that? S tocking up on guns, ammo and food will not help you for long, either after the Worldwide Data Breach Great D epression gets here.Murder vs. killing?What is the difference between murder and kill? Either way, someone dies! That to me is the sadness in my heart. The sickness in the heart to murder or kill to gain is the greatest sadness that exists in Gods heart and many like me. What do y ou gain? Why is this spreading more and more all throughout the world? Every day, we find better ways to murder or kill mankind, and yes, even animals! Dogs, cats and other kinds of animals (are) abused and killed and exploited for the gain of money. How sad, how very sad that we have done this to all.Response to secure gunsI have to respond to the writer of the K eeping your guns secure rant. The breakdown of family values and morals are not due to same-sex marriage. It has to do with the divorce rate, domestic abuse, pedophile priests, violent video games and lack of parental controls, to list a few. S top trying to blame same-sex marr iage for all the issues that have been building up for the last two decades, long before same-sex marriage came to the forefront. S ame-sex couples and heterosexual couples are not perfect; so, instead of sitting around ranting, you and your Christian community should get up and be part of the solution to the problems.Sidewalk: good and badK udos to the city of Melbourne for fixing the sidewalk, north of Paradise Boulevar d, in Indialantic. It was in bad shape, due mostly to the trees, planted too close. It looks nice now; but since the trees r emain, this will become a frequent exercise. Howe ver, the contractors they used parked their heavy equipment on the sidewalk on the south side of the street. This sidewalk now has more than 20 places where it is cracked and crushed. I sure wish they would have been a bit more careful.Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, June 27, 201413 806 W. New Haven Ave. Melbourne, FL321-345-4900www.GunsandCamo.net096069I.O. INC.AK47 &AR15 INSTOCKAT UNBEATABLEPRICES XDS 9MM/45MM$489AIRWEIGHT38 SPECIAL$399SMITH&WESSON SHIELD 9MM/40MM$369M& P 9MM/40MM$450 096694 NOWOPENMELBOURNE2447 N. Wickham Rd(Next to LAFitness at Lake Washington Rd)321-426-7509 785544 1535 W. New Haven Ave(Next to Joann Fabrics)321-914-0891 20%OFFENTIREPURCHASEGood for total sale of$100 or less30%OFFENTIREPURCHASEGood for total sale of$30001or more25%OFFENTIREPURCHASEGood for total sale of$10001to $300 RantsF rom page 6 See R ANTS, page 16


F riday, June 27, 201414Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com V ote NOWfor Pet of the Year! Tobyis waiting to find out who will win Pet of the Year! www.facebook.com/HometownNewsBrevard 785487 785488To advertise in this special edition call 321-242-1013 Business NewsT op performing restaurantD eAngelos By The Sea Italian Grill has announced that it has received a Tr ipAdvisor Certificate of Excellence award. The accolade, which honors hospitality excellence, is given only to establishments that consistently achieve outstanding traveller reviews on TripAdvisor, and is extended to qualifying businesses worldwide. Establishments awarded the Certificate of Excellence are located all over the world and represent the upper echelon of businesses. D eAngelos By The Sea is at 5935 S. S. H ighway A1A, Melbourne Beach. F or more information,call (321) 7231967.KSC Federal Credit Union announces name changeK ennedy Space Center Federal Credit U nion has announced that it has officially changed its name to Launch FCU. KSC Federal Credit Union was founded in 1963 to serve the financial needs of employees of Kennedy Space C enter. In 1993, the Credit Union merged with Halifax Teachers Credit Union, and membership was expanded to include anyone who lives, works or worships in Brevard or Volusia counties. In 2013, KSCFCU began exploring a name change to better reflect its membership growth, while keeping its r obust history of serving the Space C enter, as well as the teachers in V olusia County. Launch conveys the past, present and future of this credit union. The tagline, go beyond invites members and the community to experience a superior level of service and the logo r eflects the history of space explor ation. A new website will be coming later in the year. Launch Federal Credit Union is a full service community credit union with 12 branch locations throughout Br evard and Volusia counties. M embership is open to all who live, work or worship in Brevard or Volusia counties. The credit union has almost 60,000 members and more than $650 million in assets. F or more information and frequently asked questions about the name change,visit www.kscfcu.org or call (321) 455-9400.Real estates Pinnacle AwardH allmark Properties president/broker/owner Steve Pilchick and Weichert R eal Estate Affiliates president Martin J. Rueter were on stage together for the ninth year in a row, holding the Orlando-based companys Pinnacle Award and smiling for an audience of real estate people from across the country, who gathered in A tlantic City, N.J., for the Weichert N ational Convention. Mr. Pilchick accepted the franchise organizations crystal-engraved trophy No 9, in behalf of the Florida agencys unbroken record as tops in the nation of Weichert Affiliates in 37 states. The 18-office company has won the top spot consistently since joining W eichert by achieving the greatest annual Gross Commission Income. Mr. Pilchick also paid his respects to W eichert, saying that in addition to unequalled training for agents through Weichert University online and the franchises unique Fast Track program, there are four yearly W eichert Management Academy sessions, which he considers a must for all 18 offices managers and associate managers. H allmark Properties has offices in Orlando, Ft. Lauderdale, Palm Bay, Po rt Orange, Melbourne, Palm Coast, O cala, Vero Beach, Ormond Beach, W inter Park, Longwood, Lake Mary, Oviedo, Clermont, New Smyrna B each, Kissimmee and Saint Cloud. The headquarters office can be r eached at (407) 841-0888. F or more information,visit www.weicherthallmark.com. I nformation about Weichert Real Estate Affiliates offices and agents nationwide is available at www.weichert.com. Advocacy board approves t wo Brevard membersF lorida Partners in Crisis has appointed Alan Diamond, a partner with the law firm of Funk, Szachacz and Diamond in Melbourne; Genna Ma rx Br isson, director of operations with GEO Care of Boca Raton; and P alm Bay Police Captain Tim Zander to the organizations board of directors. Mr. Diamond practices criminal defense law and is a former assistant state attorney for the 18th Judicial Circuit. Mr. Brisson oversees six mental health treatment facilities for GEO Care. Mr. Zander is an Army veteran, who began his law enforcement career with P alm Bay in 2000. He currently heads up the Uniform Services Division at the agency. F lorida Partners in Crisis, a statewide advocacy and education organization, promotes collaboration across the criminal justice and behavioral health care systems to help reduce the number of individuals with mental illnesses or addiction who are involved in, or at risk of becoming involved in the criminal justice system. F or more information,visit www.flpic.org, email gailc@flpic.org or call (321) 453-8825.


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F riday, June 27, 201416Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com FISHING&FUNINTHEGREATOUTDOORS!096071 096070 THISCOULDBE YOURADHERE!Call Mark Berard at (321) 615-7827 CAPECANAVERALWEEKEND FORECASTSATURDAY SUNDAY30% Chance of Rain H880 L75030% Chance of Rain H890 L750 Rant in response to What a nice guyTo this sarcastic rant about our president: I seriously doubt this person would have this kind of sarcasm if our president was not black. Many of these types of untrue, misinformed comments stem out of simply (the fact that) these people are sour grapes and will never be content with a president of color, no matter what he does. I have to wonder: Did anyone think B ush did a fantastic job? Dont think he ever read from a teleprompter, led us into an unnecessary war that we still are r ecovering in paying for, wasted lives and our economy tanked. H ouse Republicans seem to hold the president responsible for the entire national debt, forgetting it was racked up by R epublicans and Democrats, alike. M any complaints I read stem back since before Obama was even president. When polled, people blame Obama for K atrina and he was not even president then, what a laugh. We are still digging out of the hole that was left to us, and he is doing a good job that I doubt Romney would have ever done. Hes working w/ a GOP-led Congress that gets nothing done. D id Bush have that? W as there ever this much obstructionism in Washington before? Made-in-America has become a joke, you say? Why are you not blaming the rich corporate fat cats, who ship jobs overseas, making it cheaper for them to produce their products? M ost of the unemployment numbers can be explained by the drop in the labor force participation rate. We need more employers to hire workers, not hold back and ship jobs overseas. We need people to be paid a living wage, so that money can be pumped back into our economy. The nations economy is in clear need of substantive, remedying policies, such as extending the payroll tax cut, which would create jobs and provide substantial aid to working families.Heres something to think aboutHow does the government account for the funds paid into Social Security, and the person dies before he/she even collects a Social Security check? Where does this money go? Should it not be returned to the persons family? Is S ocial Security an entitlement? Lets see how entitlement is defined: Entitlement Government Program Helping S pecific Group: a government program that targets a particular section of the population to receive specific social benefits. Note the word helping in the definition. Is the government really helping me? How much money did the government put into Social Security? I put in 7.5 percent of my earnings into Social Secur ity. My employer puts in 7.5 percent into my account. Government puts in nothing. Thats 15 percent of your income, before taxes. If you averaged $30,000 over y our working life, your contribution amounts to close to $220,500. Lets calculate future earnings. If your vested value of $4,500 per year (yours and y our employer) at a simple rate of 5 percent, after 49 years of working, you would have $892,919.98 If you took our just 3 percent each year, you would receive $26,787.60 (twice the amount I receive now.) If you bought an annuity at 4 percent per year, you would have a lifetime income of $29,760.40 a year. Clearly, ladies and gentlemen, our government has pulled off a Ponzi scheme bigger than Bernie Madoff. They have the audacity to call Social Security an entitlement. It is our money. It is our right to collect Social Security. Now that it is time to collect, our government is running out of money, which they stole from you and me. They had no r ight, nor authority to take this money and use it to pay for other programs. Se veral years ago, a presidential candidate suggested that a portion of our S ocial Security payments be placed in an annuity program. Many of us were against such a proposal. But now, after doing my research, I believe that his proposal was a fundamentally sound idea. O ur contributions to the financial organization, managing these funds would allow for valid investments, and our funds would continue to grow. Our S ocial Security checks would be double what we receive now. And, upon ourRantsF rom page 13 See R ANTS, page 17 Br evard has generated more than $2 million since its inception. The liens against KLD Youth Foundation, however, were never mentioned as a liability in any of the organizations tax filings, dating back to 2004. The organization has been paying government liens that date back to 2007, and the current liens of more than $180,000 against the organization is a culmination of three separate liens that are still active against the foundation. These three active liens against KLD Y outh Foundation include one, worth more than $146,900 for a failure to remit payroll taxes to the IRS from October 2006 to March 2008, a late filing penalty from 2007, worth $8,300, and a failure to issue tax returns penalty from 2006, worth more than $15,500, as of press time. When asked how the nonprofit organization accumulated more than $200,000 in IRS tax liens alone, Mrs. S haffer argued that no organization is without debt. W e pay our debt. It is paid, she said. The conception is tainted because of the way it was presented to (the media) to be able to represent both sides. I would have to say to you, Lets go through a diary of other businesses and nonprofits and see what their debt is. Many (nonprofits) have loans, and we have none. An Internet search of the nearly 200 nonprofits registered in Brevard C ounty showed that only one other organization owes or has owed federal liens: a Titusville church that owes $31,114. The debt doesnt have anything to do with the investigation, said Barbara N abors, a current board member of KLD Youth Ministries. Theres a lot of damage done to our reputation, and these kids are the ones suffering. P eople say things, and you just defend y ourself. Thats what you do. S ince KLD Learning Center officially closed its doors last month, Mrs. S haffer said the organization has switched gears to focus on a new agriscience endeavor, under the KLD Y outh Ministries moniker, in which local youth can learn about farming and commerce. KLD signed off on a three-year lease with the family of State Rep. Steve Cr isafulli, R-Merritt Island, a former board member, to develop the land by showing children how to grow their o wn produce, with the intent of selling it to local businesses. I think many people think were crazy most of the time because we dream outside-of-the-box and vision outside-of-the-box, Mrs. Shaffer said. A spokeswoman from the FDLE said the investigation into KLD was ongoing.KLDF rom page 4


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I have concluded, and many of my r ants dealing with politicians have the same theme, they no longer serve the needs of the people.T elephone number kidnappedWe have had the unfortunate experience of having our telephone number kidnapped by unknown people. It is being used to make calls, without leaving a message or hanging up when asked who is calling. Br ighthouse tells us this is spoofing, done by someone obtaining our IP identification and can only be resolved by changing our phone number. The result is we are receiving often as many as 20 return calls a day and also getting angry messages on our phone. I would like to suggest if you receive a call from an unknown caller, with no message or a hang up, that you ignore it. All of these calls are in the 321 area code, which leads me to believe that the person, or persons, responsible for this, are local to Brevard County. To my knowledge, as there has been no attempt to sell anything by these calls, I can only conclude the person, who did this is a low-life, with no job, and is basically worthless, enjoying the harassment that results. Per haps, if enough of these calls are r eported to Brighthouse at (321) 2543300, the problem can be solved.P ersonal information: Its happened again!C ar salesmen, dealerships and special parking lot car sales must all do it. Ha ve you ever had them say they need y our Social Security number or your drivers license before they can even give y ou the price on a car? When car salesmen do that, it appears to me they only want to check your credit r ating to know how much you can pay for the car. Ev er consider, if two different people looked at the same car, would they even be quoted the same price? It seems not, if the credit ratings are different. Do not give them your personal information before you are in the final stages of buying the car, and that is when you are actually doing the paperwork to purchase. If they insist, leave them standing and go to a more honest dealer or salesman. We can help put a stop to this type of scam by refusing to deal with anyone, who insists on personal information so early in the process.A rebuttal to a rebuttalA writer professed to follow the Golden R ule, after he wrote K.D. is wrong. A true follower of the Golden Rule should say, I disagree with K.D. The writer thought he (or she) had a v alid argument for the rightness of any r eligion, based on the Golden Rule. I will not say he is wrong, I will say that I disagree, as this does not prove which r eligion is the right one in the eyes of the creator. Can they all be right? M any Christians teach, He that believeth (in the son of God) and is baptized, shall be saved, while quoting Christian Holy Scriptures. These Christians believe only Christianity is the right r eligion of course, there are thousands of Christian denominations. Likewise, most Muslims and Jews think they are the only ones, who are right. Ye s, being good to everyone is the basis for much religious philosophy, and even prehistoric humans must have developed some sort of code of conduct before the invention of religion. B ut there is much more to most organized religions than Do unto others.. S ome teach that God does not want people to go around saying Oh, My God, as this breaks one of the big ten. It appears that the creator wants to be worshipped on a particular day of the w eek, another of the big ten. What day? S ome teach the seventh, others, the first. The Bible is clear on sex. It teaches that marriage is between a man and a woman, and they are the only ones who should be having sex. Christianity has become more liberal through the years, but has the creator? Is it now OK to have sex out of wedlock, and in this age of birth control, have babies out of wedlock? The writer is lucky if the philosophy of the Golden Rule is all it takes to be righteous.RantsF rom page 16


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T hereafter, the evening will be rounded off with happy hour tapas and beverages, along with live entertainment and dance. F or more information, call (314) 7754086 or visit on Facebook by searching porunacabezamilonga. T he event will be at Brasas Grill, 109 Brevard Ave., Cocoa Village. T ango happy hours will continue. T here will be an Argentine tango workshop June 27 at the Suntree YMCA on N. Wickham Road, in Suntree. Dolores and Guillermo, from Buenos Aires, Argentina, are bringing the Argentine tango dance principals to Melbourne. Each month, they offer a core tango workshop for singles and couples alike. F or more information, call (314) 7754086. A new wave of music has arrived on Satellite Beach on the Space Coast Argentina tango, as offered throughout the world. Originating in Argentina at the turn of the 19th Century, it has evolved into a global following. Made popular in such movies, such as Scent of a Woman, the dance and passion of the music draws interest from all ages. Dolores Ashland and Guillermo Gonzalez Naya, native of Buenos Aires, teach, perform and entertain at different locations throughout Brevard community. Inspiring tango enthusiasts or those interested in learning, Dolores and Guillermo are offering Argentine Tango dance lessons. Moreover, the evening is rounded off by live dance performances and music, sung by Guillermo, featuring some of the top and most popular tangos. So, come on out and support your local community by dancing the tango and you, too, may fall in love all overARIES March 21/April 20Be honest with yourself, Aries. Sometimes change can be a good thing, so take a few days to sort through all of your options. You will be glad you did.TA URUS April 21/May 21T aurus, you may have to be clever to solve a particular problem this week. 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Attendees are w elcome to bring chairs or blankets for seating. F ollowing the concert, attendees are invited to remain on the church grounds to view the Front Street fireworks beginning at 9 p.m., weather permitting. K yle Jones, musical director for EPC, said that to his knowledge, this is the first collaboration between Eastminster and the Melbourne M unicipal Band. This is certainly the first of hopefully many more Salute to America concert, Mr. Jones said. Established in 1965, the Melbourne M unicipal Band is committed to Photo courtesy of Bob GoldbergThe Melbourne Municipal Band will join with the Festival Chorus, a choir comprised of members from several Space Coast Churches, for a free concert on F riday, July 4 at Eastminster Presbyterian Church in Indialantic. Concert-goers are encouraged to stay after the concert for Front Street fireworks. 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F or more information, call (314) 7754 086, or visit porunacabezamilonga on F acebook.Beer Bash and $10,000 Bikini ContestSpace Coast Harley-Davidson presents the Beer Bash and $10,000 Bikini Contest from 2-4 p.m. every Saturday until July 26 at 1440 Sportsman Lane N.E., Palm Bay. T here will be music, food and beer at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 28. F or contestant forms, visit www.spacecoastharley.com. V endors may call (321) 259-1311. F or more information, visit www.spacecoastharley.com.Miracle revival nightA special Holy Spirit healing service will be held at 7 p.m. Saturday, June 28 at the Lighthouse Christian Church, 1250 N. Banana River Drive, Merritt Island. Bring the sick and those in need of a miracle. T here will be free admission, with childcare provided. F or more information, call (407) 3339333 or visit www.richvera.com.Rock the Silence concertRock the Silence will be the annual patriotic concert on Sunday, June 29 at 4 p.m. at Peace Lutheran Church, 1801 Po rt Malabar Blvd. N.E., Palm Bay. T his is a wonderful time to celebrate God and our freedom! T he concert is free, and a love offering will be taken to help with expenses. F or more information, call Lisa or Donna at (321) 446-1802 or email rockthesilence.net.Lifting Up God & Country July 4 celebrationOn Independence Day, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., join Jesus Is The Key Church/Ministries at the Wickham Park Amphitheater, in Melbourne, to give honor to god and our military forces. Join in with The Parade Of State Flags at 1 p.m. T here will be jump castles, raffles, drinks, all-American hot dogs, ice cones and family fun; and all is free. T he event is hosted by Jesus Is The Key Church, 2008 Pineapple Ave. Melbourne. F or more information, call (321) 7731489, email pastorjanna@jitk.org or visit www.jitk.org.Brevard Countys biggest and best July 4 partyT he city of Palm Bay Independence Day Celebration, sponsored by Health First Health Plans & Insurance, will be held on Friday, July 4 from 2-10 p.m. on the Palm Bay Campus of Eastern Florida State College. T here will be live music with Luna P earl and GT Express, food truck wars with gourmet food trucks, a childrens play area with bounce houses, waterslides and games, a kids patriotic bike parade and spectacular fireworks at 9:15 p.m. F or more information, visit www.playpalmbay.org or call the Palm Bay Community Center at (321) 952-3443.Red, White and BOOM!T he city of Titusville and the Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce will present Red, White and BOOM! Over North Brevard from 7-10 p.m. Friday, July 4 at Sand Point Park, 101 N. Washington Ave., T itusville. Come out and have a blast at this annual family event. There will be live music, food and business vendors, as well as lots of activities for the whole family. Sand Point Park offers plenty of parking and a big playground. Bring your chairs and blankets and set up for this American tradition. Fireworks will go off at 9:15 p.m. from the nearby Marina P ark. Par ticipation fees are $25 for nonprofit, and $50 for business. Applications can be downloaded from the Community Calendar (July 4) at www.titusville.org. Call (321) 383-5775 or (321) 2673036 for more information.Cocoa Riverfront Park with fireworks over the waterBring family and friends to enjoy a fun-filled day of events to delight in the talents of our community and salute our g reat nation. Music director and principal conductor Christopher Confessore leads the Brevard S ymphony Orchestra for a free July 4 concert, Symphony Under the Stars, on F riday, July 4 at Cocoa Riverfront Park. Concert begins at 8 p.m., and fireworks at 9:15 p.m. This concert is free and open to music lovers of all ages! W ith an estimated 14,000 in attendance each year, this tremendously popular event has become an annual Brevard County tradition. Guests will experience food, fun and festivities throughout the day in downtown Cocoa Village. T he evening will be capped with a live performance by the BSO, featuring fabulous patriotic and pops classics, while an over-the-water fireworks display dazzles attendees. Fireworks are presented by the cities of Cocoa and Rockledge. F ood and beverages will be on sale at the park. Guests are encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs for viewing. Prior to the performance, guests can visit the Brevard Symphony Orchestras event table and enter for a chance to win two tickets to an individual concert of the BS Os 2014/15 subscription concert season Journey. T he BSO will also have a free childrens area with a mini instrument petting zoo and other musical activities. Meet Lite Rock 99.3s Mike and Mind and visit the Lite Rock Prize Booth to playOutF rom page 19 See OUT, page 22


BCA receives Boeing grantBr evard Cultural Alliance has announced that The Boeing Companys Global Corporate Citizenship organization has presented BCA with a grant to support the Telling Your S tory program, which will engage approximately 50 Titusville-based high school students in creating video documentaries using their cellular phones. These documentaries will express concerns about social, cultural, political and/or environmental issues, enabling students to become agents of change within their community. Par ticipating students will create their videos this summer and will be honored during a red carpet screening at the Art and Algorithms Festival in Ti tusville in October. C ompleted documentaries will also be featured on the BCA website, social media platforms and YouTube channel. B oeing funding will be used primarily to pay professional artists, who will provide instruction and mentoring to participating students. B oeings grant-giving strategy focuses on five key sectors: Education, envir onment, health and human services, arts and culture, and civic engagement, that are prioritized locally by site r epresentatives, according to an assessment of community needs. Y outh, 14-18, interested in participating in the Telling Your Story program must attend Titusville, Astronaut or S pace Coast high schools or be part of the Hope for North Brevard program. A pplicants are asked to provide a brief synopsis of the story theyd like to tell via the webpage listed below. S ubmissions will be reviewed by a committee, comprised of BCA staff and Telling Your Story residency artists. F or more information about BCAs T elling Your Storyprogram,visit http://www.artsbrevard.org/programs-and-grants/foreducators/telling-your-story.html.2 014-15 Head Start ProgramBr evard Public Schools will offer the H ead Start Program at selected schools, with a limited enrollment, for the 2014-15 school year. H ead Start is a free, early learning program to provide a foundation for school readiness for children, 3-5. To be eligible, a child must: Be 3 or 4 on, or before, Sept. 1, 2014 Be a resident of Brevard County Meet income guidelines, established by the federal government to qualify Par ents of children, with an Individual Education Plan, are encouraged to apply, regardless of your family income. F or questions or additional information, contact the family advocate at the H ead Start site nearest your home, listed below: South Area Head Start, Knecht Road N.E., Palm Bay: Carmelita Arandia at (321) 722-4170 Pinewood Elementary, Old Dixie H ighway, Mims: Sharon Fairclough at (321) 269-4530 Riverview School, Jolly Street, T itusville: Cindy Wortham/Candis Verity at (321) 269-2326 Cambridge Elementary, Cambridge Dr ive, Cocoa: Ana Moncado-Ortiz at (321) 633-3550 Cocoa High School, Tiger Trail, C ocoa: Cindy Wortham at (321) 6325300 Endeavour Elementary, Pineda Str eet, Cocoa: Megan Williamson at (321) 633-3545 Saturn Elementary, North Range R oad, Cocoa: Christine Englund at (321) 733-3535 Sherwood Elementary, Post Road, M elbourne: Lizza Bailey at (321) 3546424 Discovery Elementary, Glendale Av enue N.W., Palm Bay: Yesenia Cepeda at (321) 951-4920 Jupiter Elementary, Tupelo Road S.W., Palm Bay: Jennifer Clarke at (321) 952-5990 Palm Bay Elementary, Alamanda R oad N.E., Palm Bay: (321) 723-1055 Port Malabar Elementary, Pioneer Av enue N.E., Palm Bay: Carmen Goslant at (321) 725-0070 University Park Elementary, West U niversity Boulevard, Melbourne: Ernesta Jordan at (321) 723-2566 F or more information regarding the He ad Start Program,contact Sandra Dev eaux,Head Start family services manager,at (321) 617-7786,Ext.252,or at deveaux.Sandra@brevardschools.org.Florida Tech lands Kentucky High School All-StarF lorida Techs mens basketball coach B illy Mims has announced the signing of high school prep star Caleb Wigginton to a national letter of intent. W igginton, a Kentucky native, averaged 19.9 points per game, 7.7 r ebounds per game and 0.78 blocks per game, and shot 65 percent from the floor in 2013-14. The 6-foot-5-inch forward finished his career at Taylor County High School third all-time in scoring, with 2,019 points. He earned numerous accolades throughout his career, including Kentucky Association of Basketball Coaches Fifth Region Player of the Year, Fifth Region All-Tournament, 20th Districts Most Outstanding Player, 20th District All-Region Team, 20th D istrict All-Season, All-Tournament and All-Academic Teams, and to the W est Kentucky All-Stars Team. Against the top players in the state, Wigginton scored 19 points for the West All-Stars en route to earning co-Most Valuable P layer honors. W igginton plans on majoring in civil engineering. A 4.0 GPA student at Taylor County, he was the schools Rural Electric Co-op representative to travel to Washington, D.C. He participated in the Rogers Scholar Explorer program and also competed on the mens tennis team. C oach Mims has been known for r ecruiting tall guards in recent years, starting a 6-foot-5-guard in Chris Car ter. F or more information,call (321) 6747484.Hello, dear friend of the Melbourne Municipal BandIf you shop at Amazon.com (and who doesnt?), there is now a way for your purchases to help the Melbourne M unicipal Band. Its easy, and there is no cost to you. Amazon calls its program Amazon S mile. You can find complete information about it at https://smile.amaz on.com/ and select Melbourne M unicipal Band Association as your chosen charity. 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Mahi MahiOnly the freshest, served grilled, blackened, jerked or pan-seared and topped with fresh salsa.Crab CakesT wo cakes loaded with fresh blue claw and lump meat, topped with tomato salsa and served with Willys very own creamy remoulade sauce.Shrimp PoBoyFresh peeled shrimp, beer batter Cajun seasoned and fried New Orleans style on a toasted hoagie with remoulade sauce.Surf-N-TurfChar-grilled hand cut 12 oz. New York Strip steak with one half pound of steamed snow crab legs.096025 DINING & ENTERTAINMENTCommunity NotesSee NOTES, page 26


the Wheel of Prizes. T he Brethren othe Space Coast will be on-hand in full pirate regalia to assist the BS O by volunteering and assisting in the BS Os childrens activities area. Beat the heat! Enjoy a pre-concert Red, Hot Boomin BBQ, hosted by the BS O, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Guests will enjoy reserved up-close parking, BBQ dinner in the comfort of the Cocoa Civic Center, V.I.P. seating and more! This preconcert event is the BSOs most popular fundraiser of the year and benefits the Brevard Symphony Orchestra. Tickets are $60 per person and can be purchased online at BrevardSymphony.com or by calling (321) 242-2024 by Friday, June 27th. Annual Great American Celebration ticketsV ieras 20th Annual Great American Celebration will be Saturday, July 5 at 6:30 p.m. at the Space Coast Stadium. T his years Great American Celebration will be the biggest and best ever. T his 20th anniversary event will be an evening of summer enjoyment for everyone, including a Brevard County Manatees baseball game and fireworks display, as well as a concert by famous singer/songwriter Phil Vassar on the g rounds of Calvary Chapel of Melbourne, adjacent to the Space Coast Stadium. The concert is being provided by The Viera Company, free to the public. T he Great American Celebration package includes: VIP seats for the Phil Vassar concert at Calvary Chapel of Melbourne/Viera Campus, limited to 400 tickets only. Private berm party at Space Coast Stadium Game ticket: Brevard County Manatees vs. Clearwater Threshers All-you-you-can-eat barbecue, provided by Burnt Offering Ministry of Calvary Chapel of Melbourne/Viera Campus Fireworks Show (weather permitting) 20th annual event T-shirt VIP bracelet T icket price is $30 each. Pick up tickets, T-shirt and VIP bracelet at the Viera Discovery Center, 7350 Shoppes Drive, Suite 103, Viera. F or families, who cannot attend the baseball game, you are invited to bring your family picnic, blankets and chairs to Calvary Chapels grounds. Enjoy the fireworks show, at approximately 9 p.m., followed by the Phil Vassar concert. T here will also be a candelabra contest, with a prize for the best picnic set up. F or more information, contact Joane Dowd at vieraevents46@gmail.com.Space Coast Jazz Society July concertT he Space Coast Jazz Society presents a live jazz concert with the Hafer (hayfer) Family Trio, on Sunday, July 13 from 2-4:30 p.m., at the Cocoa Beach Country Club. The Trio includes Lorris husband, Mike, on keys and their son, Paul, on bass. They will get the beat from drummer David Dunscombe. In 1971, Lorri was lead vocalist with the Hillside Singers, who recorded the Cocoa Cola Song, Id Like to Teach the W orld to Sing. And in 1981, she was the opening act for organist Lenny Dee at his supper club, where she met Mike Hafer. T hey teamed up, were married within six months; and after, Lorri did a tour with the Glen Miller Orchestra as featured vocalist. In May of 2007, Lorri joined the Music of Your Life radio network as an on-air personality. Y ou can hear Lorris radio show Monday through Friday from 4-8 a.m. on your local Music of Your Life station or by visiting www.musicofyourlife.com. T ickets for the July 13 performance are available at the event. Cost is $7 for Jazz Society members, and $10 for nonmembers. Students are free. Log on to www.SpaceCoastJazzSociety.com for more details. T he Jazz Society hosts live jazz concerts performed by first-rate jazz musicians and popular jazz ensembles on the second Sunday of each month at the Cocoa Beach Country Club. F or more information, call (321) 9604897.F riday, June 27, 201422Hometown 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 $5 OFFYOURENTIRE MEALPurchase of $50 or morewith coupon Serving Beer &Wine 096008 LIVELATINMUSIC WED&SAT 6-9pm COMETRYTHEBEST CUBAN BEACHSIDE 279 E. Eau Gallie Blvd Indian Harbour Beach (321)773-7000Causeway Plaza at South Patrick RE-OPENED!Same great food, new fresh look!T uesday-Friday 11 am-8 pm Saturday 11 am-3 pm PHONEORDERSWELCOME!096018 Try Our GlutenFree Pizza!Now accepting credit & debit cards 096023 0960265775 S HWY 1 ROCKLEDGELocated 1/2 mile south of Viera Blvd & 3 miles north of Pineda Cswy on US1 EBT Serving Brevard &Beyond for 47 YearsFamily Owned &Operated SEAFOODMARKET Buy Where The Restaurants Buy!must present coupon expires July 6, 2014 must present coupon expires July 6, 2014LARGEWHITESHRIMPJUMBOSNOWCRABCLUSTERS321.639.0161Military MondaysReceive 10% Off Your Entire Purchasemust show Military ID to receive discount$1099 lb $899 lbSUN 10-5 MON-WED 10-6 THURS-SAT. 10-6:30321.636.6673(WHOLESALE)26/30 count 096042DINING & ENTERTAINMENTOutF rom page 20


Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, June 27, 201423 785489F or more information or to advertise call:321-242-1013 Family owned and operated785551 1 710 N. Wickham Rd. Melbourne,FL321-259-403910 DVDs$999V oted Best in Brevard! Come in and see why! W ith July 4th coming up around the corner, the sound offireworks will soon consume the night sky. T he loud noise will frighten many animals throughout the night. Firework phobia is a treatable condition and animals dont have to suffer from fear every year. Several alternatives are available at your local veterinarian that can help your pets with their phobia. Thunder shirts and a dog appeasing pheromone collar/diffuser will calm and relax your dog and cat without using any medications. Ifyour pets still show signs ofanxiety and fear, sedatives may be used. Desensitization of noises helps to prevent phobia ofloud noises. Consult y our veterinarian for desensitization techniques. The house becomes your petssafety zone, so its important to prepare it properly. By keeping a light on, it will calm your pet and make them feel more secure. Ifyoure kee ping your pets in a cage, cover the cage with a b lanket to dampen the noise coming from outside. By turning on music or leaving the TV on it can soothe and calm your pets. Periodically check on your pets to ensure that they are safe and calm. Follow these steps to ke ep y our pet happy and less anxious during 4th of Ju ly festivities. Please call your veterinarian for more information and guidance.097188T ails from the Vet Dr. Michael Ponte Dr. Michael Ponte (321) 254-1754 www.sarnoanimalhospital.comFP&L and National Guard enhances partnershipF lorida Power & Light Company has announced that the company has initiated a first-of-its-kind partnership with the Florida National Guard, designed to enhance each organizations overall response capabilities to natural and man-made disasters, with a particular focus on severe storms, including hurricanes. K ey to the partnership will be the embedding for six months of a Florida N ational Guardsman within FPLs emergency preparedness organization. W e are extremely excited to announce this unique partnership with the Florida National Guard and its 12,000 citizen soldiers and airmen the first of its kind in the nation, said Eric Silagy, president of FPL. This new partnership will allow FPL to leverage the Florida Guards considerable logistics and operational expertise, gained through its recent deployments here and around the world. A t the same time, the Florida N ational Guard will gain a better appreciation for how FPL conducts its business, particularly during times of large-scale power restoration. Theres no question in my mind that this innovative partnership can and will serve as a model for other National G uard units and utilities throughout the nation. The idea behind the partnership began late last year during a meeting, involving senior FPL officials, including Mr. Silagy and senior Florida N ational Guard staff officers, including Ma j. Gen. Emmett R. Titshaw Jr., the A djutant General of the Florida N ational Guard. This innovative partnership is exactly the type of out-of-the-box thinking that needs to take place to ensure we are as well-positioned as possible to respond to the needs of F loridas citizens when disaster strikes, said Maj. Gen. Titshaw. The Florida National Guard brings to the table an immense portfolio of r eal-world deployment and operational experience. Now, we have an opportunity to put that expertise to work here at home, allowing for knowledge-sharing and relationshipbuilding with our disaster relief partners, all with a focus on preparation, response and recovery, he said. The announcement took place against the backdrop of FPLs annual storm drill. Mo re than 3,500 FPL employees participated at FPLs Command C enter, located in Riviera Beach, and at service centers and other facilities throughout the companys 35-county service area. Employees responded to Hurricane E cho a virtual Category 3 storm to test FPLs hurricane readiness, restoration and recovery plan. T en years ago, Hurricanes Charley, Fr ances and Jeanne devastated parts of our state and challenged our r estoration efforts, Mr. Silagy said. Since that time, FPL has invested well ov er a billion dollars to strengthen our system and make it more resilient to F loridas extreme weather. While its been nine years since a hurricane impacted FPL and its customers, none of us can afford to be complacent. Thats why we vigorously test our storm plan and prepare for severe storms each and every day. I strongly encourage our customers to do their part and take the time now to prepare, w ell before the heart of hurricane season. S ince the devastating storms in 2004, FPL has invested more than $1.4 billion to strengthen the electric grid to better withstand severe weather, help restore service faster, following outages, and improve everyday service r eliability for 4.7 million customers, including: Strengthening more than 450 main power lines, serving critical community facilities such as hospitals, police and fire stations and emergency communication systems Clearing vegetation a major cause of power outages from more than 100,000 miles of power lines Inspecting all power poles more than one million and upgrading or r eplacing those that no longer meet our standards for strength Installing 4.6 million smart meters and 10,000 intelligent devices using cutting-edge technologies that help detect and restore service faster when outages occur. As part of FPLs week-long storm drill, employees are responding to H urricane Echo, a virtual Category 3 hurricane that makes landfall in the Bro ward and Miami-Dade county area. The virtual storm takes a northerly route through the middle of F lorida before exiting near Daytona B each. The last two days of the drill simulate post-storm restoration activities. Dur ing the simulation, employees track outages, assess damage, communicate with customers and employees, and initiate service restoration. They also test the companys storm plans and tactics, and apply lessons learned from previous hurricanes and other extreme weather events. Additionally, to make this simulation as real as possible, FPL generates damage estimates for the fictional storm scenario, based on scientific computer models the company has built from decades of storm data. If a real storm strikes, FPL will provide updated restoration time estimates and other progress reports: FPL Storm Center (www.FPL.com/storm )F or Hometown Newsbrevnews@hometownnewsol.com See FPL, page 25


bringing free concerts to area residents and visitors, while promoting music appreciation and education. The Festival Chorus is comprised of many singers from various church choirs, which Mr. Jones said he believes that eight different churches are represented in the overall chorus. Dur ing A Salute to America, the two area musical groups will be led by MMB conductor Staci Cleveland and Mr. Jones in a patriotic, musical extravaganza, featuring God Bless America, Star Spangled Banner, G od of Our Fathers, Armed Forces S alute, Battle Hymn of the Republic and many more. The audience is encouraged to sing along to all of its favorite selections. The Carmen Dragon arrangement of America, the Beautiful has always been a favorite of mine since I was first introduced to it in my high school band, Mr. Jones said. W e will be playing and singing the songs that inspire us all, Mrs. Cleveland said in a press release. We are very excited to join with Eastminster and the Festival Chorus in celebration of this wonderful holiday and hope it becomes an annual event. In addition to great music, Mr. J ones said Eastminster Presbyterian Church will be providing bottled water and ice cream to the general public, as supplies last, starting at 6:30 p.m. I can think of no better way to celebrate the birthday of our country and pride we have, as Americans, than through great, patriotic music, Mr. J ones said. Its especially moving to see the various veterans and servicemen and women stand to be recognized when the Armed Forces Medley is performed. The Melbourne Municipal Band and the Festival Chorus will host A S alute to America on Friday, July 4 at Eastminster Presbyterian Church in In dialantic, beginning at 7:30 p.m. The free concert will be followed by the Front Street fireworks show, w eather permitting. Eastminster Presbyterian Church is located at 106 N. Riverside Dr., Indialantic. 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How many have died?It s been 50 years since the Surgeon General first reported that smoking causes lung cancer. F ifty years ago in 1964, the U.S. Surgeon General reported for the very first time that smoking causes lung cancer in men and was a likely cause of lung cancer in women. In addition, the Surgeon General also reported that smoking likely caused chronic bronchitis and emphysema, which is known today as COPD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. In the 50 years since the Surgeon General first released this report, nearly 18 million people have died because of tobacco use and millions more have suffered from a disease caused by tobacco. 50 Years of Progress We also know that our collective efforts to fight tobacco are paying off. A new study from the Journal of the American Medical Association found that 8 million early deaths related to smoking from 1964 have been prevented. Thats 8 million more mothers, fathers, husbands, wives, sisters, sons and daughters, who gained more y ears of life, thanks to tobacco control efforts, such as smoke-free laws and campaign promotions, designed to prevent kids from starting to smoke. M ake Tobacco History Coalition L ung Association senior vice president Paul Billings pledges our commitment to end the tobacco epidemic Whats Next? The fight against tobacco doesnt end today. And it wont end this year. There is still a lot of progress to be made, which is why were part of a coalition committed to reducing the smoking r ate in America to less than 10 percent by 2024. This ambitious goal will only be attained with your help. Together, lets make tobacco history. Ho w Can You Help? Spr ead the word. All of us have been impacted by tobacco in one way or another. To commemorate this historic day (and the days after), were asking y ou to share how you and your family have been impacted by tobacco these last 50 years. Please share your experience on our Facebook page or tag us on Twitter using the hashtag #maketobaccohistory. Thank you for sharing your experience. T ogether, lets make tobacco history. Har old Wimmer N ational President and CEO,American Lung AssociationF or Hometown Newsbrevnews@hometownnewsol.com CelebrateF rom page 19 Subscribe Today!www.hometownnewsol.com KNOWLEDGEISA TERRIBLETHING TOW ASTE...


Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, June 27, 201425 Cell: (561)376-0177 Office (321) 215-0033r ina.patel@olympichomes.com Email: soldbyrina@gmail.comRina J.Patel,MBA081582 445 5th Avenue Indialantic,Fl 32903Residential V acant Lot .23 Acres 186 NW Krassner Dr Palm Bay $15,995Call me now to list your property 785548 096039 This Space Available Now!Call Paul Robinson (321) 242-1013096037 Question: Why will a judgment creditor sometimes bid a small amount but announce how high it will bid?Answer: A judgment creditor has a bid creditfor the full amount of the judgment, plus interest and other expenses that may accrue between the judgment date and the foreclosure sale. This means the judgment creditor can bid up to that amount without having to bring cash to the sale. The judgment creditor will still bid as low as possible, typically $100.00, because documentary taxes have to be paid on the amount bid at foreclosure sales. The rate is $0.70 per $100.00 bid. A judgment creditor may announce how high it will bid in advance to keep others from wasting their time with small bids, and to keep from having to pay more in documentary taxes than necessary. For example, ifa judgment creditor has a $200,000.00 bid credit and other people force the bidding up to $100,000.00, the judgment creditor will be the winning bidder but will have to pay $700.00 in documentary taxes. T his could have been avoided by announcing that the judgment creditor would bid up to $200,000.00. The only bid would likely have been $100.00 and the tax would have been $0.70. Michael Dujovne,Esq.,ofVolk Law Offices practices in the areas ofreal estate,business and civil litigation.His office is located at 1901 S. Harbor City Blvd.,Suite 700,Melbourne,FL 32901,phone (321) 726-8338.The matters discussed here are general in nature and are not to be relied upon as legal advice in the absence ofa consultation with Volk Law Offices.No attorneycl ient relationship is intended or created,and no representations or warranties are made as a result ofmatters discussed here. Judgment Creditor Announces Maximum Bid096038 Michael E. Dujovne Military NewsJoseph C. WynnAir Force Reserve Airman Joseph C. W ynn graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San AntonioLackland, San Antonio, Texas. R eserve Airman Wynn is the son of S ally and James Wynn Sr., of Melbourne. He is a 2007 graduate of Eau Gallie H igh School, Melbourne.Dominic M. GiordanoAir Force Airman First Class Dominic M. Giordano graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. Airman Giordano is the son of Ursula and Gary Giordano of Melbourne. He is a 2010 graduate of Eau Gallie H igh School, Melbourne. He earned an associate degree in 2012 from Brevard C ommunity College, Melbourne.William D. CarterAir Force Airman First Class William D. Car ter graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San AntonioLackland, San Antonio, Texas. Airman First Class Carter is the son of Teresa and Brian Carter of Bradenton. He is a 2013 graduate of Melbourne H igh School.Amanda L. FaridesAir Force Airman First Class Amanda L. Farides graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San AntonioLackland, San Antonio, Texas. Airman First Class Farides is the daughter of Dawn and Theodore W endland of Palm Bay. S he is a 2009 graduate of Palm Bay H igh School, Melbourne. She earned an associate degree in 2012 from Breva rd C ommunity College, Palm Bay.Ryan R. FarringtonAir Force Airman First Class Ryan R. F arrington graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San AntonioLackland, San Antonio, Texas. Airman First Class Farrington is the son of Jeanine Tutone and Nicolaas V an Vonno, both of Melbourne. He is a 2013 graduate of Viera High School, Viera.Damion A. ColonAir Force Airman Damion A. Colon graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, S an Antonio, Texas. Airman Colon is the son of DeQuitta D eal of Greenacres. He is a 2013 graduate of Palm Bay H igh School, Melbourne.Michael A. BeersAir Force Airman Michael A. Beers graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, S an Antonio, Texas. Airman Beers is a 2013 graduate of P alm Bay High School, Melbourne.Matthew P. LorenziAir Force Airman First Class M atthew P. Lorenzi graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. Airman Lorenzi is the son of Heidi and Pete Lorenzi, and grandson of Ma ry and Pedro Lorenzi, all of Cocoa. He is a 2013 graduate of Space Coast H igh School, Cocoa.Raymond E. Holley Jr.Army Chief Warrant Officer 3 Raymond E. Holley Jr. has graduated from the Warrant Officer Advanced Course at Fort Lee, Petersburg, Virginia. W arrant Officer Holley has served in the military for 18 years. He is the son of Dorothy McCall of R ockledge. The warrant officer is a 1991 graduate of Palm Bay High School, Melbourne.Jimbell Z. GrayAir Force Airman First Class Jimbell Z. Gray graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San AntonioLackland, San Antonio, Texas. Airman First Class Gray is the daughter of Margaret Gray of Melbourne. S he is a 2013 graduate of Viera High School, Viera. Twitter (www.twitter.com/insideFPL ) Facebook (www.facebook.com/FPLconnect) YouTube (www.youtube.com/FPL ) FPLs Blog (www.FPLblog.com) FPLs Power Tracker (www.FPL.com/powertracker ). F or more information, visit www.FPL.com.FPLF rom page 23


Jack Orville Glenn Jr.J ack Orville Glenn Jr., 68, of Melbourne, died Monday, June 9, 2014. Arrangements were by Davis Seawinds Funeral Home & Crematory, M elbourne.Margaret J. NehibaMar garet J. Nehiba, 83, of Melbourne, died Monday, June 9, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Anne E. BlakeleyAnne E. Blakeley, 94, of Melbourne, died Monday, June 9, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Glenda C. MoenG lenda C. Moen, 49, of Melbourne, died Monday, June 9, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Robert W. FisherR obert W. Fisher, 79, of West Melbourne, died Thursday, June 12, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Gerry EilenbergGerry Eilenberg, 81, of Melbourne B each, died Friday, June 12, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.Robert J. ReillyR obert J. Reilly, 63, of Melbourne B each, died Friday, June 13, 2014. Arrangements were by Davis Seawinds Funeral Home & Crematory, M elbourne.Iris Jean BushIr is Jean Bush, 75, of Melbourne, died M onday, June 16, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation and Funeral Care, Melbourne.F riday, June 27, 201426Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com 2161 AURORA RD. MELBOURNE321-421-6277 Visit Us Online:www.brevardaidtoanimals.comBREVARDAIDTOANIMALS SPRING HAS SPRUNG!Are your fleas popping like flowers?WELLNESS & PREVENTION PRODUCTS AVAILABLELike Us On Facebook 785550Activyl Advantage II ComfortisCats as low as $1150Dogs as low as $1200 Open for Vet Care We d-Sat. 7-4 W alk-Ins Welcome! 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The Melbourne Municipal Band is at 1924 Melody Lane, Melbourne.Online pet-licensing serviceBr evard County Animal Services & Enforcement has added a feature to its w ebsite, so pet owners can purchase new or renew existing licenses for their pets, via the Internet. A ccording to county code, owners of dogs and cats must obtain an animal license tag for each dog or cat annually. The web address is www.brevardcounty.us/AnimalServices/Home. A one-year license for altered cats or dogs is $10. Unaltered cats and dogs are $16. Failure to license or renew y our pets license could result in a $120 citation. In order to use the online service, dog o wners will need a current rabies vaccination certificate, a spay/neuter certificate, if applicable, and a credit card. Once the animal license is processed, it will be mailed to the pet owners home in approximately two weeks. Dog licenses may be purchased annually. In addition to online,dog licenses can also be purchased by phone (321) 6332024,mail or in person at the South Br evard County Animal Care Center, 5100 W.Eau Gallie Blvd.,Melbourne,or the North Brevard County Animal Care C enter,2605 Flake Road,Titusville,or through many veterinary clinics.Brevard Zoos Sea Turtle Healing Center openBr evard Zoo, in partnership with the S ea Turtle Preservation Society, has opened its 2,400-square-foot Sea Turtle Healing Center. This all-new facility includes two separate holding facilities, with a total of 12 tanks, ranging in size from six feet to 20 feet and is adjacent to the south end of the Harris Corporation Animal Ca re C enter. The HACC is a more than 9,000square-foot state-of-the-art veterinary hospital, complete with separate areas for treatment, lab work, surgery, pharmacy, imaging, necropsy and animalholding and is staffed by a full-time veterinarian and veterinary tech staff. If you are interested in providing support to the facility,contact the development department at (321) 254.9453, Ext.234,or by email at DNguyen@BrevardZoo .org. The Brevard Zoo is at 8225 N.Wickham Road,Melbourne, F or more information,call (321) 2549453,Ext.236.Principal at Calvary Chapel Academy namedC alvary Chapel Academys school board has announced the appointment of Tim Flay as Calvary Chapel A cademys next principal. T im Flay will begin his duties this July upon the retirement of current principal Ron Whipple and prior to the start of the 2014-15 school year. Pr incipal Flay comes to the academy from Calvary Christian Academy in Ft. Lauderdale, where he spent the last four years as the secondary assistant principal and then middle school principal. He began his work at CCAFL as the director of fine arts in 2006. Principal F lay has served in education since 1997 and brings a wealth of leadership and service to Melbournes CCA campus. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Education from Florida A tlantic University in Ft. Lauderdale. Located on the campus of Calvary Chapel Melbourne on Minton Road, C CA was originally established in 1999 as a preschool and grew throughout the years to eventually graduate itsNotesF rom page 21 See NOTES, page 27


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F riday, June 27, 201428Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com primary care, pediatric care, dental care, behavioral health services, case management services and medication assistance programs. Si nce opening March 7, 2005, Breva rd H ealth Alliance has provided services to more than 64,000 individual citizens of Brevard County. BHA has also enabled patients access to more than $31 million in free diagnostic services, generously provided by Brevard Countys not-for-profit hospitals and more than $29 million in free medications, through pharmaceutical company assistance programs. The company currently operates six fixed sites and two mobile medical units throughout Brevard County, from M alabar to Titusville. F or more information,call (321) 7225120 or email alicia.wilkerson@healthfirst.org.Nutritional information for FloridiansD epartment of Elder Affairs Secretary Charles T. Corley joined Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam H. Putnam, elected officials and other state of Florida department heads recently to launch the new campaign Living H ealthy in Florida. The Department of Elder Affairs was a key participant in the work group that collaborated to form this unique partnership. O ther partners in this effort include C ommissioner Pam Stewart, Florida D epartment of Education; John Armstrong, state Surgeon General and Secr etary of the Florida Department of H ealth; the Florida Department of Children and Families; the Florida D epartment of Environmental Protection; the Agency for Health Care A dministration, United Health Care C ommunity Plan; and Florida Healthy K ids. Over the past year, the work group created a tool kit, available at www.livinghealthyinfl.com, with common health and wellness messages. The kit contains a harvesting calendar that showcases Florida fruits and vegetables to help families eat healthy and save money by capitalizing on Floridas produce seasons. The tool kit also contains information that can easily be shared on websites, newsletters and social media. The Department of Elder Affairs provides home-delivered and congregate meals to elders, as well as nutrition education to promote better health and an improved quality of life. F or more information about this initiative, visit www.livinghealthyinfl.com. F or more information about the F lorida Department of Elder Affairs, visit http://elderaffairs.state.fl.us.NotesF rom page 27 Sell your home with an Ad in HOMETOWN NEWS 321-242-0442From Martin County through Volusia RESULTS WHEN YOU PLACE YOUR AD IN HOMETOWN NEWS! 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Call 321-614-5790HOME REPAIRS Quality Work, Affordable Rates.Call Harry Lee 321-632-8627 COMPANION FOR THE ELDERLY Lic.CNA w/hospice exp. Flexible days/wknds avail Call Jenny 321-984-9017 AIR CONDITIONING/ HEATING DRYWALL CLEANING SERVICE DRYWALL HOME IMPROVEMENTS AIR CONDITIONING/ HEATING CLEANING SERVICE AIR CONDITIONING/ HEATING HOME IMPROVEMENTS ADULT CARE AIR CONDITIONING/ HEATING CONCRETE HOME IMPROVEMENTS HANDYPERSON CONCRETE AIR CONDITIONING/ HEATING HOME IMPROVEMENTS CLEANING SERVICE CLEANING SERVICE AIR CONDITIONING/ HEATING HOME IMPROVEMENTS


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Jack s Wrecker Service, Inc.reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids.To be held at Jacks Wrecker Service, Inc.at 1901 Av ocado Ave. Melbourne, FL 32935 at 10:00 AM the following: A uction Date:7/13/2014 2007 HONDA 1HGFA16567L022787 A uction Date;7/14/2014 1997 HONDA 1HGCD5630VA103423 A uction Date:7/15/2014 1988 DODGE 1B7FD14X9JS640550 1989 FORD 1FDHF37G6KNB86375 1992 FORD 1FTCR10A1NUA29606 1984 FORD 1FTEK25Y5ENA07440 1995 FORD 1FTEX15H5SKB72313 1991 CHEVROLET 1GCCS14R5M8280429 1974 24ft.VESSEL HULL# LRSD02700174 Pub:June 27, 2014 HEELYS,ORIGINAL pair, size 4, worn twice, like new, grey, $25, 321-269-2740 Titusville 230 BARGAINS UNDER $200 230 BARGAINS UNDER $200 230 BARGAINS UNDER $200 103 Adoptions 5060 Notice of Sale 230 BARGAINS UNDER $200 230 BARGAINS UNDER $200 510 Schools 455 Trades 201 Garage Sales 230 BARGAINS UNDER $200 5060 Notice of Sale 230 BARGAINS UNDER $200 230 BARGAINS UNDER $200 103 Adoptions 230 BARGAINS UNDER $200 MERCHANDISE MART 230 BARGAINS UNDER $200 510 Schools 510 Schools 455 Trades 230 BARGAINS UNDER $200 MERCHANDISE MART 103 Adoptions 230 BARGAINS UNDER $200 230 BARGAINS UNDER $200 MERCHANDISE MART MERCHANDISE MART MERCHANDISE MART 145 Wanted 145 Wanted 132 Special Notices 145 Wanted LEGAL NOTICESDue in our office Monday at Noon f or Friday Publication1-800-823-0466


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