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MELBOURNE Brevard Animal shelters are hosting a monthlong name-your-price adoption event this July. The North and South Animal Care Centers in M elbourne and Titusville are allowing the public to name its price for all pet adoptions, including cats, dogs and rabbits. The county shelters are full and continue to kill animals, said Debbie Rich, an animalr ights advocate. It is an awesome deal because the adoption fee for dogs is normally $80 and cats are normally $70. B esides the name-your-price, residents will also have to pay $10 for county tags for dogs and cats. 785840 Lic.# 178 321-984-8091 www.popcornremoval.comOccupied Homes Our Speciality POPCORN CEILINGSRemoved,Replaced with Knock DownJOSEPH STEVENS AND SONSLicensed,Bonded & Insured All Major Credit Cards AcceptedJMJ Guaranteed Work Since 1970Thanks To God Who Created Us! EXTERIOR PAINTING: Cleaning and Removing Mildew Seal Cracks &Caulk 100% Acrylic Paint WaterproongINTERIOR PAINTING: All Prep Work Install Crown Moulding Replace w/Custom Textures INDEXClassified28 Crossword 27 Comm Notes 20 Horoscopes 17 Obituaries 28 Out & About17 P olice Report 5 V iewpoint 6 MELBOURNE V ol. 10, No. 51www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, July 11, 2014 GARDENING 24Heavy rains bring other problems CHINCH BUGS C ONCERTBig Band favorites coming Saturday, July 12 ENTERTAINMENT 17 SPORTS 25Remembering a legend GOLFFRIDAY, JULY 11 Events at S untree/Viera Public L ibrary: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, J uly 11: TGIF Piecemakers meeting 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. S aturday, July 12: Space C oast Polymer Clay group 6:30-7:45 p.m. Monday, July 14: Books Are B etter Book Club meeting 3-5 p.m. Tuesday, July 15: Friends of the Suntree/Viera Library monthly meeting 10 a.m. to noon, W ednesday, July 23: Suntree/Viera Library Book Club discussion The Suntree/Viera Public Library is at 902 Jordan B lass Drive, Melbourne. Fo r more information, call (321) 255-4404. Traveling Touch Tank: The Riverwalk Park R angers will be at the Suntree/Viera Public Library from 2-3 p.m. Friday, July 11 with their Traveling T ouch Tank. Learn about some of the magnificent animals that live below the waters of the Indian River Lagoon without getting wet. The library is at 902 Jordan Blass Drive, Mel-Community CalendarSee CALENDAR, page 2Shelters let pet-lovers name price Made of muscleRandy Barber /staff photographerRob Goyer of Melbourne competes in the Bacon Beatdown at the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach, Saturday, July 28. More than 1,000 competitors from all over competed in individual, sanctioned power lifting, Olympic lifting and strongman competitions during the three-day event. Governor signs off on new Florida lawsBREVARD A series of new F lorida laws went into effect earlier this month, including ones that will make the state one of the most military friendly areas in the nation. F or the year, 255 proposed laws were sent to Gov. Rick Scott, with the governor choosing to use his veto power for only one. S ome of the laws that took effect on July 1 include HB 5001, the largest spending plan in the states history that is intended to add new money to public schools, state colleges and universities. HB 7015, also known as the F lorida GI Bill, is intended to provide university tuition waivers for veterans and will also pay for base improvements. Lawmakers have said they expect the GI Bill to increase employment opportunities for veterans. The package itself, which costs more than $30 million, r equires that Visit Florida, the official Florida visitor information company, to spend $1 million annually on marketing for veterans. A dditionally, the new law states that Visit Florida will also allocate $300,000 annually to a new nonprofit corporation, Florida is For Veterans, Inc. The nonprofit is designed to encourage veterans to move to the Sunshine State. O ther laws that went into effect include a variety of education bills, such as SB 864, which allows parents to contest the selection of certain textbooks and classroom materials. F or nearly a year, Brevard middle and high schools have debated adopting new textbooks in English and math that would encourage critical thinking, as opposed to memorization, for students. H B 732 also aims to reduce the cost of college by changing the formula that determines how much families pay for the F lorida Prepaid College ProBy Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See L AWS page 2By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See ADOPTION, page 4 PE T OF THE YEAR7T he 2014 Pet of the Year has been announced: Congrats, K eekoh! ITS OFFICIAL!


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DEVONStarting at $178888Limited Quantities ANDERSON$28888 CONNOR$38888 AMELIA$48888 LAWRENCE$58888 JAMES$88888 ROWAN$68888 FINAL3 DAYSAttorney resigns, citing public defenders support of judge BREVARD An assistant public defender, involved in a physical altercation with a Brevard County judge, r esigned Monday from his position. In his resignation letter, Andrew W einstock, who was involved in a physical fight with Brevard County J udge John Murphy outside a courtr oom on June 2, said that he disagreed with Public Defender Blaise Trettis support of Judge Murphys July 1 r eturn to the bench. I am thankful that I have had the opportunity over the years to practice law with the many outstanding attorneys, who have worked for the Public D efender, assistant public defender W einstock wrote in his resignation letter. As you are aware, I do not agree with your position on Judge Murphy r eturning to the bench. As such, I hereby tender my resignation, effective immediately. Br evard County Judge John Murphy r eturned to the bench on Monday, July 1, after he was accused of fighting with assistant public defender Weinstock outside a courtroom on June 2. A ccording to reports, Judge Murphy had a heated argument in the court r oom with the attorney where Judge M urphy said, If you want to fight, lets go out back, and Ill just beat your ass. F ollowing the altercation, Judge M urphy took a voluntary paid, fourw eek leave of absence and assistant public defender Weinstock was reassigned. In his two-page apology letter to the Br evard community about the incident, which made national news, J udge Murphy said that he is happy to be back at work, but regrets his actions. There may not be words enough to express the regret I have over my actions; not because of the consequences to me, but because it was wrong and may have tarnished the r eputation of the entire judiciary, he said. I am committed to continuing personal improvement, so that I can win back the confidence of you, the people of Brevard County, who elected me and bestowed upon me the honor to serve. I fully understand that I have violated that trust you placed in me, and I know there is a long road ahead to win it back. J udge Murphy also thanked State A ttorney Phil Archer for his support. M y leave of absence has allowed me to slow down, reflect and work on my personal and professional shortcomings, Judge Murphy said. I seek to ensure that this sort of unacceptable behavior will never happen again. S ince his return to the bench, Judge M urphy has presided solely over civil cases, rather than criminal, in T itusville.By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com gram. A ccording to statistics released by the Consumer Finance Protection Bur eau, there is nearly $1 trillion in outstanding student loan debt curr ently in the United States. C urrently, the state of Florida is r anked 39 in the nation for student loan debt, with an average debt of $22,873. N ew gun laws also went into effect, such as SB 424, which prohibits insurance companies from denying coverage or increasing rates due to customers owning guns or ammunition. HB 525 will also expand a publicr ecords exemption that will conceal the identities of people, who apply for and receive concealed-carry licenses from the state. In law enforcement laws, HB 227 will allow James Joseph Richardson, 78, to receive $1.2 million, a Florida man, who spent 21 years in prison after being wrongly convicted for the poisoning of his seven children.LawsF rom page 1 bourne. F or more information,call (321) 2554404. Club Esteem chosen: The Melbourne R otary Club has announced that Club Esteem has been chosen as its charitable partner for its upcoming fundraising event: Wild Casino Night! The event will take place at Front Street C ommunity Center in Melbourne on Friday, Aug. 22 from 6-9:30 p.m. Advanced ticket purchases are required. Individual tickets cost $40 and include play money, a drink voucher, free food, live DJ, raffle baskets, auctions, prizes and more. Pr oceeds from the event will benefit both Melbourne Rotary Club, as well as Club Esteem. T able sponsorships are available for $1,000 each and include eight event tickets, as well as free drinks all evening for sponsors and their guests, in addition to other promotional perks. Contact Jennifer Ottomanelli,fund development director for Club Esteem at (321) 298-8381,or Edward Schnell of the M elbourne Rotary Club at (321) 7592874.For more information or to register, visit http://conta.cc/1hrAx83.SAT URDAY, JULY 12 Vintage Market open: The Vintage Mar ket at the First United Methodist Church, 110 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne, will be open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Fr iday, July 11 and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, July 12 and will feature vendors from around Florida, selling their vintage goods. There will be antiques, shabby chic,CalendarF rom page 1 See CALENDAR, page 3


Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, July 11, 20143 095182 Southeastern Honda3125 USHwy 1 PalmBay, FL32905321-984-4224Headlight Restoration southeasternhonda.comSPECIAL$3995Regularly $4995 Nitro Fill for TiresSPECIAL$4995 Regularly $9995 095178 $7995Managers SpecialUp to 5 Qts of Synthetic Oil change, Rotate T ires, Wash Car &T op Off Fluids Call us for your FREE consultation321-729-4243201 Fourth Avenue Indialantic, Florida 32903 BodyWiseSpecialist.com095777BEFORE AFTER Dr. Regina Kaufmann has been combining the best minimally invasive facial contouring techniques since 2007 to achieve optimal results!Ultherapy Brow TreatmentNon-Surgical Brow Lift*results may vary *results typically last approx. 18 monthsReg $700 Summer Special $350 Former sheriff leaves lasting legacy in Brevard BREVARD Brevard residents paid their last respects to former Br evard County Sheriff Jake Miller on Thursday, July 3. Claude W. Jake Miller died Friday, J une 27, at Parrish Medical Center, where he had been sick with pneumonia. He was 77. S heriff Miller served 45 years as a law enforcement officer, including serving as Brevard County Sheriff from 1980-97. S heriff Millers career began in 1959 with the Hampton, Virginia, P olice Department. In 1965, he started work for the T itusville Police Department, where he stayed until 1978. He then went on to serve as Chief of Police for the city of Titusville and the Melbourne Police Department. The thoughts and prayers of our agency and community go out to the family of Sheriff Jake Miller, said Br evard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey in a press statement. He was an incredible leader, friend and mentor, whose legacy is an everlasting fingerprint on the Brevard County S heriffs Office and the entire criminal justice community. Sheriff Miller will forever be in our hearts and memories. S heriff Millers funeral service was held at Church at Viera. He is survived by his wife, Kathy, daughter Jakette Foskey and sons R ay Miller and Kris Poff. On the Brevard County Sheriffs Office Facebook page, Kris Poff thanked the Sheriffs Office for its help. Thank you, S heriff, he said. Thank you and y our department for everything youve done for my mom and the r est of us. A ccording to r eports, Sheriff M iller was with his family when he died. Sheriff Jake MillerBy Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com fashions, furniture, garde n dcor, industrial and farmhouse items, as well as a silent auction and food. Pr oceeds from vendor space usage, silent auction and food will go toward next mission trips. If you have any questions,call Lei Ann Gr eene at (321) 501-5451 ABC III Public Safe Boating Class: The C ocoa Beach Sail and Power Squadron will offer a one-day Public Safe Boating Class on Saturday, July 12 at Wuesthoff H ospitals Cardiac Rehabilitation Building, U.S. Highway 1, Rockledge. S tudents are encouraged to pre-register and purchase their books in advance at the Boaters Exchange, 2145 U.S. Highway 1, Rockledge. The presentation will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Attendees wishing to register and purchase books on the day of class are asked to make reservations at r egistrar@cbsps.org Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. at the Cardiac Rehabilitation Classroom. The class will cover the basic knowledge needed to boat safely on Central F lorida inland and coastal waterways. S uccessful completion will result in a F lorida Safe Boater ID required for boaters born after Jan. 1, 1988. This will be the last class before boating season begins. The cost is $35 for one person or $45 for two persons sharing a book. F or more information,visit Cocoa Beach Sail and Power Squadrons w ebsite at www.CBSPS.org. Fo r more details,contact the registrar at re gistrar@cbsps.org. Free July nature programs: The Merr itt Island National Wildlife Refuge will present the following free nature programs in July: The Titusville Art League presents the Ar twork Applicable to Our Native Envir onment exhibit, viewing at Refuge Visitor Center Auditorium, Monday through S aturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. C all (321) 861-5601 for more information. Nature Bingo: Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Stop by the refuge visitor center, and pick up a clip board, pencil and a copy of the Nature Bingo S heet during regular visitor center hours. T ake a walk on the ? visitor center boardwalk loop, and complete the activity and get a certificate and postcard. Visitor C enter operating hours are Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. GPS Family Scavenger Hunt: Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. R eserve the GPS Family Backpack Kit that includes a GPS and scavenger hunt questions. Use the GPS to find locations at the r efuge and answer the scavenger hunt questions. Complete the activity and r eceive a postcard and certificate. C all (321) 861-5601 to reserve the backpack during regular visitor center operating hours.A deposit is required to borrow the GPS unit. Manatee Watch: Wednesdays, July 23 and 30 from 1-3 p.m. J oin volunteers at the Manatee Observ ation Deck between 1-3 p.m. to learnCalendarF rom page 2 See CALENDAR, page 8


F riday, July 11, 20144Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com 091835 Fire Rescue receives recognition for financial management BREVARD Brevard County Fire R escue received national recognition this year for the success of building 19 brush trucks in-house, officials announced earlier this month. BCFR received recognition as a 2014 N ational Association of Counties A chievement Award winner in the F inancial Management category for having built 19 brush trucks in-house, which translated to saving millions of dollars for the county, officials said. I t s great to see the crew at fleet getting national recognition for all their hard work, said Larry Collins, Brevard C ounty Fire Rescue Chief. Were proud to have such skilled staff able to do work in-house and deliver apparatus to our needs and specifications. Any time an internal project can save the county millions of dollars, and be r ecognized nationally for doing so, the entire community wins. A spokesperson from BCFR said that this is the first National Association of C ounties recognition for the department that he can recall. In 2010, BCFR identified the need to replace its aging brush-truck fleet. At the time, the nationwide economic r ecession caused operating revenues to decline, due to depressed property va lues, a spokesperson said. W ildlife Mitigation Capt. Ryan S umlin and then Fleet Manager Tom Ha re decided to use free military surplus vehicles for operations, which ended up saving the county $3 million. The vehicles were transformed into full builds of 14 Type 4 trucks and five T ype 6 trucks, a spokesperson said. The National Achievement Award Pr ogram was started in 1970 and is a non-competitive awards program that recognizes innovative county government programs. Awards are given in 21 different categories, including children and youth, criminal justice, county administration, environmental protection, information technology and health.By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com Ms. Rich said that this is the first time an adoption event of this type has happened in Brevar d. Fur thermore, Ms. Rich said that she and other animalr ights advocates are looking forward to the Brevard County S heriffs Office overtaking Animal Enforcement this fall. On Tuesday, March 18, the Br evard County Commissioners voted unanimously in favor of merging animal services with the Brevard County Sheriffs Office. T he first thing well do is further develop the foundation that is already in place, Breva rd C ounty Sheriff Wayne Ivey said about the merger in April. P art of this strategy will be to work closely with our private, nonprofit partners and volunteers, who all share a core passion to protect our animals and our community. S heriff Ivey said he hopes to have an awareness campaign to increase adoption rates for local animals, as well as utilize inmate labor to save taxpayer dollars, and created changes in the facility appearance and operational capabilities. As the merger progresses, the Brevard County Animal Ser vices Program will be one that we are all proud of and that can be used as a model program for others to use throughout the state, he said. As an elected official, Sheriff Iv ey will run the agency without direct supervision from the County Managers Office or the Commission. The-name-your-price adoption special will take place at S outh Animal Care Center in M elbourne, 5100 W. Eau Gallie Blv d., and North Animal Care C enter in Titusville, 2605 F lake Road, every day, but W ednesday, from noon to 6 p .m. F or more information,contact the Melbourne location at (321) 253-6608 or the T itusville location at (321) 264-5119. Photo by Paul LepinskieMichele Maves of Palm Bay, a volunteer with the Brevard County Animal Shelter, shows off a 4-year-old Bull Cocker Spaniel Mix at the South Animal Care Center. An event was held there to show off dogs from the North Animal Care Center.AdoptionF rom page 1


Melbourne Police Department Danielle Fortenberry, 28, of 622 L und Circle, Melbourne, was charged J une 28 with larceny. Filiberto Patino, 50, of 622 Lund Circle, Melbourne, was charged June 28 with larceny. Michaela Miller, 22, of 1297 Ashwood Drive, Melbourne, was charged J une 29 with using false identification, fraud-uttering a false instrument, unarmed burglary of an unoccupied conveyance, larceny and fraud-illegal use of credit cards. Dylan Joseph Rettenmaier, 27, of 1904 Radnor Drive, Melbourne, was charged June 30 with aggravated assault, felony battery, felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence and felony on-site violation of probation. Jeffery Wilton Alwin, 51, of 1924 T yler Ave., Melbourne, was charged J uly 1 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling and petit larceny. Aaron L. Miller, 43, of 4341 Eleanor Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged July 1 with aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon and criminal mischief-property damage. John George Miller, 38, address unknown, was charged July 1 with r esisting arrest without violence, r esisting arrest with violence, on-site violation of probation and felony battery on an officer/firefighter/EMT. Dana Janine Goss, 42, of 2600 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne, was charged July 2 with felony child cruelty.P alm Bay Police Department Carolyn Philogene-Hylton, 59, of 1490 Arthur Circle, Melbourne, was charged July 2 with felony child neglect and felony child abuse. Jessica Santiago Ramirez, 35, of 1727 Buick Ave., Melbourne, was charged July 2 with felony child neglect and felony driving under the influence.W est Melbourne P olice Department Gary Dean Crowder, 42, of 8575 S heridan Road, West Melbourne, was charged June 27 with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Frank Hawkins, 22, address unknown, was charged July 1 with unarmed burglary of an occupied dwelling.Florida Highway Patrol Juan Luis Fiol, 36, of 2861 Locksley R oad, Melbourne, was charged June 28 with possession of new legend drugs without a prescription, resisting arrest with violence, possession of cocaine, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and destroying/tampering with/fabricating evidence.Brevard County Sheriffs Office Ryan Sullivan Adair, 29, address unknown, was charged June 27 with unarmed burglary of an occupied dwelling, two counts of larceny and two counts of felony failure to appear. Heather E. Champion, 29, of 1946 Ir ene Summerfield Way, Melbourne, was charged June 27 with fraud-impersonation for public aid and two counts of passing a forged/altered instrument. Alysia N. Flynn, 34, of 1767 Mallard Lake Road, Melbourne, was charged J une 27 with two counts of sexual assault/battery and two counts of committing a sexual offense toward a victim between the ages of 12 and 15. Cameron Killman, 30, address unknown, was charged June 27 with possession of a weapon/ammo by a convicted felon. Charles R. Smith, 23, address unknown, was charged June 27 on an out-of-county warrant, with petit larceny and two counts of felony failure to appear. Brittney Marie Willis, 26, of 2404 A ppalachian Drive, Melbourne, was charged June 27 with fraud-attempting to use the identification of another, fraud-illegal use of credit cards and larceny. Robert Lee Wright, 49, of 355 Friday R oad, Cocoa, was charged June 27 with possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana. Kelly Frances Decker, 33, of 7667 N. Wi ckham Road, Melbourne, was charged June 27 with felony driving under the influence, felony driving under the influence-property damage and two counts of felony battery on an officer/firefighter/EMT. Richard Denis Rivera, 38, of 35 Circle Ave., Melbourne, was charged June 28 with fleeing/attempting to elude a police officer, driving while license suspended and having no motor vehicle registration. Heather Faye Brown, 28, address unknown, was charged June 30 with driving while license suspended, possession of drug paraphernalia, larceny, passing a forged/altered instrument, fraud-misrepresenting self and fraudillegal use of credit cards. Robert Lee Price, 53, of 1040 Venetian Drive, Melbourne, was charged JulyHometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, July 11, 20145 10 am-2 pmL ite Rock 99.3 Broadcasting Live!H ole in One Contest Wi nP rizes (TV, gift certificates &more)Open House Special Incentives Savings up to $1 0,000LAMPLIGHTERVILLAGE500 Lantern Blvd. Melbourne, FL32934 (321) 254-0303 www.CAL-AM.com Y oull Love Living At Lamplighter Village 786023A ge Qualified C ommunity New homes starting at $109,900 Only 5 Left! Reconditioned Homes Starting at $1 8,000Exclusive V iewing of NEW HOMES!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. See POLICE, page 10


Job recruiters across the Space C oast have stories in common about applicants they interview, but one theme stands out. Jobseekers, who are the most qualified, often dont get the job. Why? First impressions really do count. Through years of working in job r ecruitment and placement, I repeatedly hear how frustrated employers and recruiters are with candidates, who appear at an interview, dressed for failure. The axiom dress for success still holds true. Dr ooping jeans, multiple ear piercings and T-shirts, with slogans stamped across the front, are jinxes that should be left at home. Shorts are allowed if you are heading to the beach for a lifeguard interview. Leave the disco dress at home, along with the stilettos. While conservative attire may not express your inner self, it does express to an employer that you are serious about getting a job. Br evard job-seekers are celebrating the recent announcement by Nor throp Grumman about 1,800 jobs finding their way to Melbourne. With more than 2,000 other aviation and aerospace companies operating in F lorida, the number of combined job positions in the region has climbed to 87,000. Its expected that the number of new manufacturing companies, service industries and small businesses will expand to support the growth. B ut, how to bag the job? While your quality resume gets you in the door, careful consideration is needed for the day you face the person you hope will be your employer. Look in the mirror and be honest about the message the reflection sends back. Are you well-groomed? Is y our hair clean? Does your shirt, blouse, skirt, pants or dress show you to be a serious professional? If not, that great resume was worthless. In 30 seconds, a hiring manager or r ecruiter will assess you by your appearance. If it does not say professional, it is highly unlikely you will get that job. If yes, the interviewer will be thinking: This is someone I really want to interview and find out just how much they know, how willing they are to learn and if they are going to be the addition to the team I am seeking. He re are pointers for job interview success: Dress in well-fitting and pressed neutral suits, long-sleeved shirts, coordinated ties, neutral blouses and skirts or conservative dresses and yes, stockings and enclosed shoes for the ladies, and socks and polished shoes for the gentlemen. Build a good resume: Keep it to the point and simple, error-free, include key words, targeting the job description, use bullet points. Prepare, prepare, prepare. Show with confidence that you are professional, respectful, know the companys business, understand its clients, know how to be on time every day and are willing to take your education and experience and put it to work to add value to their business. In short, y ou will be worth the price of your 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!!! THEREWASNOWINNERFORLASTWEEK. THISWEEKS PRIZEISWORTH$300! I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013 INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO. 772-465-5656 095827WIN$300This W eeks Prize VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, JULY 11, 2014 MELBOURNE WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM PAGE 6Wheres the fire?Photo by Paul LepinskieMelbourne City Commissioners rode in this antique Fire Engine, belonging to the city of Melbourne Fire Department, in the annual Fourth of July Parade. The July 4 parade started at 10 a.m. and made its way west on New Haven Avenue and north on Oak Street to the Liberty Bell Memorial Museum. Got something to say? Email the Hometown Rants &Raves at brevnews@hometownnewsol.com or call (321) 242-1276. C allers are asked to refrain from making slanderous statements. S tatements of fact will be checked for accuracy.R ants& Raves Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 5059 Tu rnpike Feeder Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 Copyright 2014, Hometown News, L.C.V oted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. Lee Mooty . . . . . . . . .General Manager/CFO V ernon D.Smith . . . . . . .Managing Partner F arris Robinson . . . . . . .President T ammy Farmer . . . . . . .Managing Editor Robin Bevilacqua . . . . . .Human Resources Kathy Young . . . . . . . .Major/Natl. Accounts Manager Amanda Tucker . . . . . . .Major/Natl. 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Anderson . . . .Staff Writer Chris Fish . . . . . . . . . .Staff Writer Michael Hibbard . . . . . .News Clerk Phone (321) 242-1013 Fax (321) 242-1281Classified (321) 242-0442 1-800-823-0466 Rants & Raves (321) 242-1276Circulation Inquiries 1 -866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comMELBOURNEBring back the American jobsT ell all of our senators and representatives to bring back American manufacturing jobs. We are supporting Japanese, Chinese, Korean and German economies, at the expense of our y oung people. Circulate our money amongst our people. Buy American and support our people. God bless our country.After the accidentI am writing this at 4 a.m. Friday morning. I could not sleep. I am 87 years old and very alert. Dr iving north on Wickham Road, one block before the fire department, I came upon a lady lying in the road. S he looked like a very fit, strong healthy woman. T wo younger men ran over to help her. I came to a standstill, r eady to get out of the car and help. Then two more young men came to help. I noticed that she did not move at all, so I drove away very slowly. A bout 40 feet away, I saw the car that hit her. The windshield wasSee R ANTS, page 11Space Coast job: First impressions express it allSee JOB, page 8 D IRECTOR OF CAREER SERVICESCATHERINE MALLOZZI


Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, July 11, 20147 2014 Pet of the Year winner lived life to the fullestBREVARD Each week during the past two years, the H ometown News has received countless Pet of the W eek submissions. The Brevard County editorial staff enjoys reviewing each and every picture, ranging from cute and cuddly cats and dogs to gorgeous exotic pets, like iguanas, birds and snakes. This year, the heat was on as five finalists relied on your votes for Pet of the Year 2014. In fifth place was Rafiki, the yellow Labrador retriever, with 19 votes. R aylan, the Siberian husky took fourth place honors with 36 likes. Third place went to Maximilian, the short-haired kitty, with 60 likes. In second place was Cody, the terr ier mix, who pulled in 85 votes. How ever, there was one clear leader in the pack, a gorgeous 7-year-old Dalmatian named Keekoh, who belonged to proud puppy-momma Annie Caza of Indialantic. O ut of a total of 555 votes, via our H ometown News Brevard Facebook page, Keekoh received a whopping 355 votes. S adly, shortly after the H ometown News announced the five finalists in this years competition, our staff learned that Keekoh had passed away just a few days earlier. Keekoh came home on June 18, 2006, Ms. Caza said. When my other D almatian Sadie was sick with congestive heart failure, I started r esearching good breeders around the states and came across Starwood Dalmatians in Atlanta, Georgia. After contacting the owner, I bought Keekoh, based on the breeders quality of dogs, in terms of temperament and markings and, of course, Keekohs photograph. K eekohs litter name was Faith, and Ms. Caza said she firmly believes that it was faith that brought the pair together. A runner, like her doggy momma, K eekoh would accompany Ms. Caza on daily runs. S he trained for a full marathon with me, so she had ran up to 22 miles in a single run, Ms. Caza said. She ran the Melbourne and Beaches Half Mar athon with me and ran and won a few canine runs. K eekoh was a regular at local running events, and many of Ms. Cazas friends and neighbors would always say that they saw the pair running alongside A1A in Melbourne Beach. I n addition to running, Keekoh loved her Kong toy, Ms. Caza said. S he would run and retrieve that thing forever. She also loved playing tug-ofwar. K eekoh also enjoyed spending time at the beach, where Ms. Caza said she would spend her time chasing birds, swimming, running and enjoying the freedom of being off her leash. S adly, Keekoh became ill last year while Ms. Caza went out of town. U pon her return, Ms. Caza said she found Keekoh had lost a good deal of we ight. I took her to the emergency veterinarian, and we found out that she had a large tumor on her left kidney, Ms. C aza added. While Keekohs condition improved, it did not last for long. A bout six months later, we went for a follow-up and discovered the cancer had metastasized and spread to her lungs, Ms. Caza said. Of all things, my amazingly athletic girl had lung cancer. K eekoh, the once strong, athletic D almatian, succumbed to the cancer on June 10. K eekoh loved being around people. S he was just a happy girl, Ms. Caza said. She would have been ecstatic to know she won Pet of the Year. She would have jumped as high as she could and then asked where was her filet mignon. Not a day goes by without my thinking of her. I miss her daily. H ometown News gave Ms. Caza a framed photo of her beloved Keekoh, as well as a gift card to Running Zone in Melbourne, so she may continue r unning in Keekohs memory. The four 2014 Pet of the Year finalists received gift cards to Petsmart. K eekohs picture will also be featured in our weekly Pet of the Week advertisement.By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com Photos courtesy of Anna CazaAnnie Caza of Indialantic said she is thrilled that Hometown News readers selected her late pup, Keekoh, who passed away last month, as our 2014 Pet of the Y ear.


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They did not attempt to get out. I think they were in shock. The female was talking to him. I, very slowly, drove up to the light, 30 feet away from the rear of the car, and the ladys Nike shoe was lying in the crosswalk. That lady was hit hard. I stopped at the light, and the fire emergency truck just pulled out of the station, going to the scene, one block away. When the light changed, I drove up the road, pulled over and cried for that lady and her family. P lease, what is so important that y ou have to drive so fast? P ay attention to people walking and biking. It is so tragic to hit someone and ruin their life, and yours, too. Sl ow down. Pay attention.Re: Commercials are ridiculousTo begin, there would be no television shows if there were no commercials to pay for them. This is a fact of life, and Bright House has nothing to do with it. How ever, the Bright House you are complaining about does offer you several solutions: 1.) The mute button; simply dont listen. 2.) If you have a DVR box, simply re cord all your programs and fastforward through the commercials. 3.) With a DVR box, you can also put your program on hold for a few minutes, so enough time passes that y ou can fast forward through the commercials. 4.) If you do not know how to use y our remote or DVR box, Bright H ouse will either talk you through it on the phone or send a representative to your home, free of charge to help you. I do not work for Bright House, I just appreciate their excellent customer service. Be educated and proactive, rather than reactive and annoyed.DDay and the museumJ une 6, 2014, was the 70th anniversary of D-Day. It was also the 30-year passing of my father, Jewell Otis R oberts, a paratrooper for the 101st in World War II. My father passed away in a car accident two months before the 40th anniversary of D-Day. He had planned to attend the ceremony in Fr ance, but his life was cut short by a driver in a hurry. My brother, Michael Roberts, has worked tirelessly to build and support veterans across our county and establish the Road to Victory Military M useum in honor of my father and all veterans. I appreciate your continued support of the museum, Ms. S amples, and the support given to the museum by H ometown News. My husband, Robert Shurts, museum board member, and I encourage area residents to visit the Road To V ictory Military Museum, which is open Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p .m. and by appointment. It is located at 319 Stypmann Ave., behind the tennis courts in Veterans Memorial Park. There are wonderful displays of my father in the European Campaign and father-in-law, Kenneth Shurts, in the Pacific Campaign. The museum covers many historical events and conflicts. Thank you, veterans, for your service to our country. Where does our tax money go?I am almost 80 years old. As time goes by, I am amazed by how our money is being spent the money that we pay taxes for. And I just cant understand, when we dont even have enough to give to the VA hospitals to take care of our veterans or the bridges that are falling or railroad trains going off the tracks. What in the world are we sending money overseas for? Im sorry. I feel bad for people, who dont have it good, and Ive always helped; but we have got to take care of our own. This is the United States of America. This is our tax money being sent overseas for one thing or another. They hate us. What do they do? They turn the guns on our wonderful soldiers that we send over to try to help; and they send them back, minus arms and legs. And then they get here, and the VA cant take care of them. No no. Something is very wrong. Lets get together, and let us say If we v e got to pay taxes, then let us know where our tax money is going.Melbourne Beach is greatI have lived in Melbourne Beach for more than 28 years, and I think this is horrible what this one person wrote in Rants & Raves about H omeowners beware. This person must be a kook. Help them. Oh, my God! OK. Goodbye.Rules of the roadI think most of the drivers down here forgot the rules of the road. That white line, you are supposed to stop before it, not all the way after it. And yield signs? Forget about it. If y ou dont stop and let them in, they will hit you. I mean, this is ridiculous. I hadRantsF rom page 6 See R ANTS, page 12


F riday, July 11, 201412Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com 094826 investment properties, produced the property specific investment analysis for the buyer. Lightle Beckner Robison, Inc., is a full-service real estate firm, specializing in office, retail, industrial, investment properties and asset/property management. LBR, Inc., serves Brevard County, extending across the entire states of F lorida and Georgia. F or more information,visit www.teamlbr.com or call (321) 7220707.C. Wilcox Real Estate, LLC, has movedC. Wilcox Real Estate, a locally o wned, non-franchised company since 2004, has announced it has outgrown its last location and relocated to the heart of Palm Bay, at 6255 Minton R oad N.E., Palm Bay, (1/4 mile north of M alabar Road). W ith more than 25 years of experience each, the agents will continue to offer full real estate services to the residents of Palm Bay, including the listing of properties, property management services and assisting buyers find that perfect home. They believe that honesty, ethics and hard work are the keys to success, both for their customers, as well as themselves. P lease stop by, and welcome Carol W ilcox and Lynn Brundage to the new location. Office hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. M onday through Friday, weekends and evenings by appointment. Contact (321) 727-7855 for professional Realtor assistance or to become a part of the team.New team at Brookdale Senior LivingBr ookdale Senior Living has announced that a new sales and marketing team is in place at its West Melbourne Campus on Greenboro Drive, home to assisted living communities S terling House I, Sterling House II and memory care community, Clare Br idge. C ynthia Cooler, sales and marketing manager for Sterling House I, began in O ctober 2013. Ms. Cooler brings more than 20 years of customer service and leadership in operations and sales management. S he has acquired her assisted living directorship license to ensure an enhanced level of understanding and service. Her sense of compassion and driven dedication to find the best solution for each resident has made her an industry sales leader. Amongst much other recognition, she recently r eceived the award for top performance in her region. D anielle Sapienza, sales and marketing manager for Sterling House II, began in February 2014. Ms. Sapienza brings with her 10 years of sales and marketing experience. Before moving to Florida in 2008, she primarily served at marketing and public relations agencies, representing clients in various industries. Since then, she has worked for Melbourne-area health care organizations most recently, TEPAS Healthcare and Home Instead Se nior Care. Her proven track record for increasing organizational awareness through community relations and branding, as well as a solid sales r ecord, will be assets to the position. K ate Masi, sales and marketing director for Clare Bridge and the West Melbourne Campus, joined the team in Mar ch 2014, after serving in this role for more than two years at Wynwood at F orsgate, a Brookdale Senior Living community in Monroe Township, N.J. He re, she supervised the concierge staff and two sales managers, increasing residency and revenue. Prior to joining Brookdale Senior Living, she worked for more than 18 years as a community manager, responsible for operating the day-to-day business of associations for 55-plus communities, r anging in size from 400-1,500 units. F or more information about Sterling H ouse I,II and Clare Bridge,visit brookdaleliving.com or schedule a visit to the community.BusinessF rom page 10them pass me on a double line, just to get one car in front. I dont whats going on with these guys. Im 81 years old. Thank God, Ive never had an accident. I travel about five miles over the limit, and when I turned 80, I took a safety driving course, and I gave it to my insurance company. And my insurance company gave me a letter back. They said, Happy birthday. Your insurance went up $200. I think that they should get after these young guys, who dont obey the rules. They take off with jackrabbit starts, and then they jam on their breaks at the lights. They didnt get any further than I did. Thank you.Stop killing the bearsI would like to address the bear situation, the killing of the bears, etc. Y ou know, humans have taken their territory. Why not let them live? Why not relocate them? What do they have to eat out in the woods? N othing. How would people do if they went without eating? I think they would goRantsF rom page 11 See R ANTS, page 14 094824Did you know that you can reach over 60,000 subscribers in their homes?!Advertising is affordable and at Hometown News there are many options to get your name in front of our readers from our weekly newspaper and special editions to our targeted insert program.CallRick Edwards 321-277-6163For a no obligation consultation for your business.


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Celebrate National Moth Week: Saturday, July 26 at 7:30 p.m. Celebrate National Moth Week, July 19-27 by attending a photo presentation about moths to learn about their natural history and the important roles they play in our ecosystem. After, visit staged black lights along the visitor center boardwalk to observe moths. Bring insect repellent and wear closed shoes and long pants. C all (321) 861-5601 for reservations, and visit http://nationalmothweek.org for more information about moth week. Advanced Teen Anglers Camp: Anglers For Conservation will present ATA C, Advanced Teen Anglers Camp for y outh, 12-17. This two-day camp will consist of eight learning stations, focusing on different fishing and conservation practices. Classes include, but are not limited to: C ast netting, advanced knot tying and leader building, fly-spin-casting rod casting, conservation (including oyster mats, mangrove planting and cleanup!), fresh and saltwater habitat, C amp is July 12 and 13, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. The camp will be at the Ted Moorhead Lagoon House 3275 Dixie Highway N.E., Palm Bay. C ost is $40 per child, which includes lunch. Par ents are welcome to stay or drop off. C amps are supervised by screened AFC members. Fo r more information or to register your child,contact Mike Conneen at m.conneen@yahoo.com. F or donations to the program toward goodie bags,contact Tammy Wilson at tammy@anglersforconservation.org or mail to Tammy Wilson 4100 Beatnik Lane Cocoa,FL 32926. Adoptable pets in Rockledge: The C entral Brevard Humane Society will offer adoptable pets from 11 a.m. to 2 p .m. at the Molly Mutt III Thrift Shop, 876 N. U.S. Highway 1, Rockledge. Fo r more information,call (321) 6363343 or visit www.crittersavers.com. Black and White and Art All Over: On S aturday evening, July 12, from 6-9 p.m., Art Gallery of Viera in the Avenue, will present Black and White and Art All Over. C olor will take a backseat for this show, as the elegance of black and white prev ails. The gallerys featured artist will be photographer Gavin McDaniel, displaying his black-and-white photography. M imi Givens, one of the gallerys teachers, will demonstrate the art of oil painting, and guests can sign up to win a B obbi Q Brown matted print. This show is open to member and guest artists. Dur ing this show, the gallery will hold its first ever sale, the Sizzling Hot Summer Sale. All sale items will be marked with a red dot and will be found all over the gallery, from fine art to jewelry and gifts, look for red, save green and enjoy the black and white. Studio Z events: S tudio Z at 1411 H ighland Ave., Melbourne, will present: J ulyTEEN NIGHTZ July 12, 19, 26 and A ug. 2 from 7-10 p.m. Buy tickets online for $15 at www.studiozflorida.com/1154.class. Wine & Silk Painting: June 27 from 6-8 p .m. Cost is $45. Register online at www.studiozflorida.com/1023.class. Wine & Painting: July 11 from 6-8 p.m. cost is $40. Register online at www.studiozflorida.com/1161.class. Heritage Isle Wine Club: N early four y ears ago, a small group of wine lovers living in Heritage Isle in Viera formed a neighborhood wine club. Six times a year, members take turns opening their homes for an evening of fun, food and education, as each bottle of wine is sampled and discussed. Each host selects the theme for the evening a wine variety or region or country of origin and members bring an appropriate bottle to share. The next meeting will take place July 12, and host J ohn Lynagh asked everyone to bring a bottle of their favorite wine, valued at under $20. The club size is limited to eight couples, and there have been some changes in membership over time. An original member, the late Frank Doherty, a wine professional, was considered the Wine Club Coach. R ecently, members gathered at the S untree/Viera Library to toast him and to place a memorial brick on the grounds. The brick reads: In Fond Memory of Fr ank Doherty, H.I. Wine Club Coach. F or more information,call (321) 639-CalendarF rom page 8 See CALENDAR, page 15


traveling around looking for food, too. Y ou know what? I have a suggestion. I think In this day and age, as much as people throw away, why cant they take all their food, take it out in the woods and feed the bears, and the bears would stay out there? Why dont the humans think about it and use common sense? All they think about is killing. Thats the easiest way to get rid of something: to kill it. So why dont you get rid of some of these humans, who are doing things wrong? The bears are not doing anything wrong. They are looking for food. How would you like to be hungry?Vietnam Veterans WallI am very impressed with the bikers that escorted the Vietnam Vet Wall to W ickham Park and all of the other great things they do for our community, ie. Toys for Tots, bike runs, etc. My only problem is that they tie up traffic on Wickham Road, Parkway (Drive) and U.S. Highway 1 for hours, and then I see them all gathered around at the beer tents, shooting the breeze and spending their hard earned money, for what? I want to know why I see all these homeless vets living on our streets, and nothing is done. You know the ones. They sleep under the bridges, in the woods or wherever else the police wont harass them. We go out of our way to honor the dead vets each year, but we seem to go out of our way to ignore the homeless vets. When are we going to do something for the living vets? He y, I think its time we stopped honoring the dead and took care of our living. They have done just as much as the deceased vets but, no one seems to care about them. M aybe, we should have a wall with the names of the living vets, and do something for them for a change. Then, maybe, I would be willing to put up with sitting in traffic for hours on end, watching all those pretty, expensive bikes and cars go by.Is the pier gone?As most of Florida knows by now, the Cocoa Beach Pier was sold. The Stottler family built and owned the pier for more than 52 years. It was sold to a time-share corporation out of Orlando. All of the employees were promised that they would be taken care of and have employment. A certain percentage of the pier employees have worked there for more than 10 years. W ithin two weeks of ownership, the new company has fired several employees. I see a piece of history in Brevard C ounty being turned into a private r esort. What about our locals, who have kept this establishment open with our business?Is it a 1930s car, or a 1940s car?In todays Hometown News, The B eaches (edition), it showed on Page 6, a photo of a couple in front of a 1941 Packard convertible coupe. The caption said that the car was a 1930s cars. It is not a 1930s car. It is a 1941 Packard convertible. It was a very nice picture. Thank you very much for accepting the criticism. Editors note: Thanks for the clarification! We apologize for the error.Service dogs on the beachIn y our May 16, 2014, issue of R ants & Raves, where someone was concerned about a dog leaving excrement and urine on the beach, all I can say is get a life. Ser vice dogs need some enjoyment with their owners after performing grueling hours of service to their humans. If it means a 15-minute walk on the beach, so be it. I seriously doubt that a person would take their service dog for a walk if it had digestive issues, as there are many things that would make an animal sick on the beach, including dead fish and seagull excrement. M aybe we should put diapers on all of the sea birds. When you walk dogs on the beach, y ou never know what humans have deposited, along with children. Lets not lose sight that God never said that only humans and children, with social graces, are allowed to walk our shoreline. I have taken my dog to the ocean to enjoy the surf, and I let her do her business before we go there. If she had to do her business there, I clean up the area. S hould children be banned from the beaches because their diapers leak or adults diapers leak, and (should) adults and children, who pee in the water, be monitored, if possible? If one is inclined to think this may be a problem, one should stay away from the beaches.Likes the paper, doesnt like ObamaI liked your paper before, but I really like the new format you have. Also, it is arriving on time, and I appreciate that, too. The only other rave that I have is that Ill call you as soon as (President Bar ack) Obama is out of office. Thank you. Bye.Disgusted with the Teachers UnionI am totally, totally, totally disgusted with the Florida Teachers Union and the Florida teachers, I believe. If its very union, why dont they speak up? I could not believe that they, the union, endorsed Charlie Cr ist, who left the state with (massive debt). And these people, the teachers and their union, are backing him again. I will never, ever support any additional tax for education. If the teachers cant control their union, how are we ever going to believe them about their spending? I am really turned off, and I am going to spread the word, too. And I am going to tell everyone I know that it is really pathetic that they would endorse Charlie Crist.TV content is lousy and a double rip-offF lorida has lousy TV. I would like to know how some Florida TV stations can continue to play those same, lousy un-American-made, cheapproduction movies over and over and over again, sometimes twice in the same night, back-to-back. Where do they get all these untalented never-before-released in the U nited States junk movies? There should be some kind of a law, reg ulating how many times a movie is repeated monthly. After all, this not only cheats the viewer from seeing something on TV, but also rips off the advertiser, because no one is going to watch the same movie 20 times. It s the same on antenna or cable. What a rip off!F riday, July 11, 201414Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com 785883 Dog Behavior Training Various Levels Indoor Padded Floor Air Conditioning Positive Reinforcement Toy Agility Rally & Obedience Classes Puppy Classes AKCObedience &Agility TrialsINDIANRIVER DOG TRAINING CLUB, INC. www.IRDTC.org1465 Clearmont St NEUnit B Palm Bay, FL 32906(321)722-1222 I-95 US1 RobertJ. ConlanTroutmanS. Babcock St. Minton RdEberRd PalmBay Rd 077430 094805RantsF rom page 12


7303 or email stuartgorin@gmail.com.SUNDAY, JULY 13 The Fifth Avenue Art Gallerys July exhibition: P hotographs by award-winning photographer Richard Auger is entitled Florida Noir Nature Series. There is something magical about the woodland, swamps and back roads of F lorida: twisting trees through wood bridges, large birds, an abundance of wildlife and even horse farms, all with an almost haunted, mystical quality. F lorida shares much of its landscape characteristics with other parts of the S outh, but has its own ecosystem. The Fifth Avenue Art Gallery is at 1470 H ighland Ave., Melbourne. Fo r more information,call the gallery at (321) 259-8261 or visit www.fifthavenueartgallery.com. Audition notice at Surfside Players: A uditions for Lend Me A Tenor will be at 7 p.m. Sunday and Monday, July 13 and 14 on Ramp Road in Cocoa Beach. The Cleveland Grand Opera Company is primed to welcome world famous Tito Mor elli, Il Stupendo, the greatest tenor of his generation, to appear for one night only as Otello. But through a series of mishaps, Morelli is given a double dose of tranquilizers and passes out one hour before curtain; his pulse so low that he appears to be dead. In a frantic attempt to salvage the evening, general manager S aunders persuades his assistant Max to get into costume and fool the audience into thinking hes Il Stupendo! Lend Me A Tenor, the farce by Ken L udwig, will not only be the hilarious start to Surfside Players 56th crowdpleasing season, but an important milestone for director Bryan Bergeron: his 200th main stage show directed. Sur fside needs four men and four women of varying ages. Per formances will be Sept. 5-21 (three w eekends). Mo re details and audition requirements can be found at www.surfsideplayers.com.MONDAY, JULY 14 Hospice of St.Francis seeks volunteers: H ospice of St. Francis is seeking caring people, who would like to become hospice volunteers. It is in particular need of assistance in the following areas: respite care for families, making friendly visits to hospice patients, living in nursing homes and assisted living facilities in the Melbourne and Palm Bay area, running errands and providing transportation. V olunteer opportunities are also available in other capacities throughout Breva rd C ounty. No previous experience is needed. Tr aining is provided at no cost to the participants. To qualify for volunteering, you must pre-register and attend all classes. The Melbourne training class will be held at the Hospice of St. Francis Melbourne office, located at 4875 N. Wickham Road, Suite 108, Melbourne. F or more information and to register for the volunteer training classes,call Ma ry L arson,volunteer coordinator,at (321) 269-4240 or (866) 269-4240.TU ESDAY, JULY 15 Grecias BalletEsprit will be performing Lost In the Rainforest: W atch the scatty scientist, Amazon Girl, fairies, and forest dancers as they perform with live birds, rabbit, mouse, sugar glider, guinea pig and monkey! Then join them on a trip to Rio, where they will perform their Bird Ballet D ance! These are the dates left on the Brevard C ounty library tour: Tuesday, July 15 at 3 p.m. at the Melbourne Beach Public Library, 324 Ocean Ave ., Melbourne Beach. C all (321) 956-5642 for more information. Wednesday, July 16 at 2 p.m. at the C entral Brevard Public Library, 308 Forr est Ave., Cocoa. F or more information,call (321) 6331792. Girls Night Out Mammo Party: health First diagnostics presents Girls N ight Out Mammo Party from 4:30-7 p .m. Tuesday, July 15 at 1051 S. Hickory S t., Suite F, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 4346100. Melbourne Makerspace: A dults and teens are welcome to learn about innov ations in 3-D prints and other technology at 6 p.m. Tuesday, July 15 at the S atellite Beach Public Library, 751 J amaica Blvd., Satellite Beach. F or more information,call (321) 7794004.THUR SDAY, JULY 17 Tween/Teenprogram: J oin in for Dr. Who Trivia, and make your own Sonci Screwdriver pen out of Sculpey from 2-4 p .m. Thursday, July 17 at the S untree/Viera Public Library, 902 Jordan B lass Drive, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2554404. Customer Appreciation and Charity Ev ent: Essentials Medispa and Salon in V iera will host its Customer Appreciation and Charity Event: Passport to H ealth and Beauty on Thursday, July 17 from 6-8 p.m. at 1705 Berglund Lane, Su ite 101, Viera. Amid the backdrop of an intercontinental travel theme, the event will feature complementary wine, exotic beverages and international hors doeuvres, free product samples, anti-aging and r ejuvenation demonstrations, customer appreciation gifts, special discounts and thousands of dollars in raffle prizes. All proceeds from the raffle will benefit the Brevard Countys Backpack Program, in support of The Childrens H unger Project in Brevard County. A dmission is free, and raffle tickets for the raffle prizes are sold at $1 per ticket. The event is free and open to the public. R.S.V.P.at (321) 722-2860. 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network as an on-air personality. You 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 Space Coast Jazz Society is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of Jazz in Brevard County. 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) 960-4897.The Not In The Park summer picnic series continues with Coool Summer Jazz, a Swingtime ConcertBeat the summer heat with the cool, swinging songs of a 20-piece Big Band a perfect way to deal with the hot and soupy climate of July, from 6:30-8 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, July 16 and 17 at the Melbourne Auditorium, 625 E. Hibiscus Blvd., Melbourne. And if youre one of those who like it hot, well also have the tunes to satisfy your up-tempo jazz tastes. It is a Not in the Park Picnic Concert, so bring a picnic dinner to enjoy before or during the concert. T he concert is free, and tickets are not required. T he Swingtime ensemble of the Melbourne Municipal Band also presents dances, featuring jazz and Big Band standards. Swingtimes dances have long been a favorite of local dancers and jazz lovers looking for a reasonably priced, toe-tapping evening. T his 20-piece band is directed by Art Martin, a tenor and baritone saxophonist. Art has performed with the Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra, Dizzy Gillespie and T he Platters, to name just a few. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. F or more information, call (321) 724-0555, email melb.band@cfl.rr.com and visit http://www.melbournemunicipalband.org.Movie in the Park and food trucksLeisure Services of the city of Cocoa will present a movie and food trucks at Cocoa Villages Riverfront Park at 8:30 p.m. Friday, July 18. F ood and beverages will be available for sale at the park, and admission is free. F or more information, call (321) 6 39-3500 or visit www.cocoafl.org.Classic Albums Live 2014 Summer Concert SeriesT he Maxwell C. King Center for the Per forming Arts presents it Classic Albums Live Series with six shows scheduled. Classic Albums Live takes classic albums and recreates them live, on stage, note-for-note, cut-for-cut. T he schedule will be: Creedence Clearwater Revival: Chronicle, Saturday, July 26 at 8 p.m. Elton John: Greatest Hits, Saturday, Aug. 16 at 8 p.m. Prince: Purple Rain, Saturday, Sept. 13 at 8 p.m. The Beatles: The White Album, Saturday, Oct. 11 at 8 p.m. T he cost for all six shows is $174 or $138. The cost per show is $33.75 or $28.75. Week of show prices are $42.75 or $33.75. Ticketing fees are included in the cost. T icket prices are subject to change without notice. T he King Center is at 3856 N. W ickham Road, Melbourne. F or tickets and information, call (321) 242-2219 or visit www.kingcenter.com.A Breath of Fresh Air: Flute Solos & Ensembles Space Coast Flute Orchestra members will be showcased in individual performances, duets and trios in thisF riday, July 11, 201418Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com MAINENTRANCEOFMELBOURNESQUARE321.723.GRIL(4745) WWW.R ODIZIOGRILL.COM095105Americas 1st Brazilian SteakhouseEnjoy A Dining Experience Like NoOther! 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most of this unplanned time with a few old friends.VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22F riends or colleagues at work may introduce you to something that captures your interest, Virgo. You are ready for something new in your life, and this will tickle your fancy.LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23T ravel is in your immediate future, Libra. Enjoy this escape from the daily g rind and invite a few friends or family members along to make the trip that much more memorable.SC OR PI O Oct. 24/Nov. 22Good news is on the horizon, Scorpio. It may be a pending promotion at the office or a chance to go out with friends, but either way it will put a smile on your face.SAG ITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21Expect your life to change dramatically this week, Sagittarius. An intriguing bit of news could have you imagining all sorts of interesting things for the months to come.CAPRI CO RN Dec. 22/Jan. 20Capricorn, if you're itching for change, look no further than your own family members for inspiration. Good advice is always available if you care to ask.AQ UARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18Aquarius, a busy week ahead will also be a happy week. That's because you will be busy doing something that you enjoy and the time will fly by. Enjoy the ride.PISCES Feb. 19/March 20Pisces, jump at the chance to get away and enjoy an unplanned adventure. The next few days may provide the experience of a lifetime.Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, July 11, 201419 095193The Summer Golf Bonanza Is Back At The Majors!All The Golf You Can Play In A Day With Lunch Included for Just $35 INsider Plus Members Can Participate for Only $30 Open to the public3375 Bayside Lakes, Palm Bay,FL 32909 321-952-8617majorsgolfclub.comThis special expires September 30, 2014 Rate includes cart excludes sales tax. Lunch includes hot dog, chips and a fountain soda. 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 couponServing Beer &W ine 095780 LIVELATINMUSIC WED&SAT 6-9pm COMETRYTHEBEST CUBAN BEACHSIDE NOW SERVINGCuban-StyleBREAKFAST!11am-2pmDAILY! 095779 0948062280 Harris Avenue, PalmBay 321-953-5838Call Ahead for Take Out OffPremise Catering Available Free WiFiSunday, Tuesday-Friday 7am-2pm Saturday 7am-1pm Closed MondayWe prepare only the freshest ingredients! New Owners: April &Rob Cuthill Buy 1 Entree, 2ndOne1/2 OFFBeverage Not Included Must present coupon at the time of purchase Not valid with any other offers Kids EatFREE12 Years and Under Beverage Not Included Saturdays Only Must present coupon at the time of purchase Not valid with any other offers SUPPORTING THEMILITARYAll Military Retired or Active20% OFFThat Honored PersonCome and enjoy your favorite neighborhood cafe.Must show ID Must present coupon at time Not valid with any other offersDINING & ENTERTAINMENTScopesF rom page 17 r eborn and enduring. Dur ing Big Band Favorites, the PJO, which also goes by The Phoenix, will perform a slew of classic tunes by the eras best known composers, such as T ommy and Jimmy Dorsey, Duke Ellington and Glenn Miller. I t s amazing how many people find the big band sound irresistible, Aaron C ollins, artistic director for the SCSO, said in a press release. Youll see teenagers alongside seniors, really getting into the jazz and swing. Were delighted to present the Phoenix Jazz Orchestra to our Brevard audience. They are an incredibly talented band. The Space Coast Symphony Orchestra will host the Phoenix Jazz Orchestra, as it presents Big Band Favorites on S aturday, July 12 at 7 p.m. at the Scott C enter for the Performing Arts at Holy Tr inity Episcopal Academy in Melbourne. Adv anced tickets are $20 and are available via www.SpaceCoastSymphony.org or at several ticket outlets, including Ace Hardware stores in Indialantic, C ocoa Beach and Satellite Beach, Blue S ky Insurance in Cocoa Village, Tropical R ealty of Suntree, Art Expressions in downtown Eau Gallie, Atlantic Strings in M elbourne, A Floral Affair on Merritt I sland, Brass & Reed Music Store on M erritt Island and Palm Bay Hearing Aid C enter. The Scott Center for the Performing Arts at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy is located at 5625 Holy Trinity Dr., Melbourne. F or more information,call toll-free to (855) 252-7276.ConcertF rom page 17


Holy Trinity names new head softball coachH oly Trinity Episcopal Academy welcomes John Clarson, as its new head softball coach. F ast pitch softball has been Coach Clarsons lifelong passion, and he has played, coached and managed the game at various levels, with mens, womens and youth teams. C oach Clarson was the catcher for one the United States Air Force teams, that competed in the Japan Softball Association and won the 1983 Mens All-Japan Industrial League National Championship. Mo re recently, he has been the pitching coach at Viera High School, as well as Cocoa High School, where his teams competed in many regional tournaments and three state tournaments. C oach Clarson served as an assistant and then head coach at (then) Brevard C ommunity College from 1999-2003. He also served as the states statistician for the Florida Community College Activities Association softball program and assisted both the state and national JuCo tournament committees for a number of years. Mo re information is available at www.htacademy.orgRunning Zone presents check to Brevard ZooR unning Zone recently presented an $8,000 check to Brevard Zoo, a donation from proceeds received from a 3K r ace, held at the zoo earlier this year. This is the eighth year for Running Z one to host a race at the zoo and to then donate the net proceeds. To date, R unning Zone has donated a total of $49,000 to Brevard Zoo. These dollars help enable the zoo to acquire items needed by the animal department and support important conservation projects. This years race, the Meerkat M osey, took runners on a 1.8-mile course that started at the front entrance, through the zoo and into behind-the-scenes areas, with plenty of animal-viewing opportunities along the way. The 3K races at the zoo are always animal-themed and bring a variety of participants, including children and families. F or more information about Running Zone, visit www.RunningZone.com.The Meerkat Mob is here!C ome meet the newest members of the Brevard Zoo family in their exhibit in the Expedition Africa section of the z oo! Also, while here, see if you can spot N elson, a dik-dik, who is sharing the exhibit with the Meerkat Mob, and check out the new enclosure for the African rock pythons. The Brevard Zoo is at 8225 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. F or more information,call (321) 2549453,Ext.236.F ormer Panthers sign professional contractsA pair of former Florida Tech Panthers have signed contracts with professional teams to play baseball this season. R yan McChesney has signed to play with the Evansville (Indiana) Otters, and Steven Schils agreed to a contract with the San Angelo (Texas) Colts. Ev ansville is part of the Frontier League, and San Angelo is a member of the United Baseball League. M cChesney was a four-year member of the Panthers. The former Daktronics All-American and All-Region selection finished his Panther career with a .341 batting average. He recorded 62 doubles, 21 home runs and 161 career RBIs. After his career with the Panthers was over, McChesney signed a freeF riday, July 11, 201420Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com 094850 Business Name: U mami (mouth feel) Location: 3042 West New Haven Ave.; M etro West Shopping Plaza; Melbourne 32934 Owners: Chris Chern Hours of Operation: T uesday-Friday 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m and 5 p.m. to 10 p .m.; Saturday 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. and S unday noon to 9:30 p.m. Phone: 321-676-5159 Opened: J une 2014 Products/Service: S ushi, with an emphasis on fresh fish, high quality ingredients and a Japanese influence in the kitchen. Our most popular items are Umami mushrooms, spicy tuna, crispy rice and the Corona Roll. What made you decide to open this restaurant? Ive worked as a chef since 2002, and I thought it would be challenging to try to go out on my own. What is your professional background? I have been working in restaurants since I was a teenager. What is the biggest challenge/reward since you opening your business? My biggest challenge is streamlining, and by that, I mean finding the best way to execute my menu the way I want. In the past, Ive had five or six chefs working with me, but now its just me! My biggest reward is working for myself it is a good feeling, as well as getting the positive feedback that I am receiving. Do you provide Catering or to-go options? Ye s, y ou can call in for a takeaway order. I have not yet done any catering, but will if called upon, and in the future, its in the plan. What do you think sets you apart from your competition? My passion for cooking comes across I wont cut corners on product. Even if I have to take a cost hit on a product, I will buy it anyway to give my customers the best.095197Umami makes your mouth feelyummy Location: 3840 W. Eau Gallie Blvd., S uite 101; Melbourne FL 32934 Owners: J oseph & Nikki Hamilton Hours of Operation: M onday-Friday 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Phone: 321-610-3970 Opened: Oc tober 2011 Products/Service: S pecialize in handcrafted sandwiches, like our popular California Turkey Club. We also have a few vegetarian options. We use fresh ingredients, and everything is made to order. What made you decide to open this Caf? The opportunity to be a local r estaurant owner that truly cares about our guest experience. We aim to bring our community quality options that are delectable and priced sensibly in a welcoming atmosphere What is your professional background? My husband and I have been franchise owners of other r estaurants. What is the biggest challenge/reward since you opening your business? B iggest reward is seeing the satisfaction on a guests face when they try their new drink or menu item. O ur biggest challenge is that we need people to know that we are here. Do you provide Catering or to-go options? Ev erything that we offer can be packaged to-go for our clients. We love to cater events; we can do small groups up to corpor ate events. What do you think sets you apart from your competition? We lo ve to wow our customers, not only with great customer service, but with unique selection of artisan coffees, teas and sandwiches.094825Java Cream offers unique artisan coffees, teas and handcrafted sandwiches Community NotesSee NOTES, page 21


Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, July 11, 201421 Have you ever come home to find what looks like a Poopfesteverywhere, with a sad and scared looking pooch or a kitty in hiding? T here are many factors that can lead to this diarrhea. Puppies and kittens can develop diarrhea from dietary changes, parasites, and stress. Adult dogs and cats can develop allergies to certain foods and chronic diarrhea. The stress from environmental changes, such as boarding, can also lead to diarrhea. There are countless other causes of this unpleasant problem! Now, a number ofthese causes can be prevented or greatly reduced with probiotics. T hese contain a multitude ofhappy bacteria and antioxidants that can nutritionally manage the diarrhea in your dog or cat. The probiotics also can improve the palatability of f ood for the critical care patient that doesnt want to eat. They also come in handy when taken in conjunction with antibiotic usage. Another advantage is the improvement ofthe immune system in the G.I. tract. Please call your veterinarian for more information and guidance.095191T ails from the Vet Dr. Michael Ponte Dr. Michael Ponte (321) 254-1754 www.sarnoanimalhospital.com 785885 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 Family owned and operated094855 1 710 N. Wickham Rd. Melbourne,FL321-259-403910 DVDs$999V oted Best in Brevard! Come in and see why!agent contract with the Tampa Bay R ays organization. He advanced from the Gulf Coast League Rays to Adv anced-A Charlotte between the 2012 and 2013 seasons. Schils spent one season in a Panther uniform in 2012 after transferring from High Point University. During his lone season with the Panthers, Schils made 11 appearances out of the bullpen, and earned five saves. He was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the ninth round of the 2012 MLB FirstY ear Player Draft. Schils made 20 total appearances for the Gulf Coast League Br aves during the 2012 and 2013 seasons. F or more information, visit the Ev ansville Otters home at http://evansvilleotters.com/home and the San Angelo Colts home at http://www.sanangelocolts.com.Girl Scout Troop contributes Girl Scout bookshelf to libraryThe Junior Girl Scouts of Troop No. 1416 Ascension Catholic School have completed work on its Bronze Awards. The award is designed to recognize J unior Girls Scouts for identifying, designing and completing a community service project. The Juniors of Troop No. 1416 saw that some girls, who were wanting to join Girl Scouts, were unable to buy the books they need or did not have a troop near them. In partnership with the Melbourne Librarys Childrens Department and with library director Jeri Prieth, they created a Girl Scout bookshelf, full of donated books all about Girl Scouts. The Girl Scouts sought donations, cataloged the books and designed and created the bookshelf display. They hope to see more girls be able to join Girl Scouts or maybe even some girls, who have never thought of trying Girl Scouts, will try it. F or more information,call (321) 2431736.Florida Tech hoops welcomes Georgia athleteF lorida Techs head mens basketball coach Billy Mims has announced the signing of Sam Daniel to a national letter of intent. D aniel becomes the third recruit to commit to the Panthers, following the signing of Kentucky high school stars C aleb Wigginton and Patrick Anderson. A versatile 6-7 forward from Kingsland, Georgia, Daniel averaged 30.4 points and 13.8 rebounds for Camden C ounty High School. He was named the 2014 Region 1-6A Offensive Player of the Year and first team all-region following his sensational senior season. Against the Georgia 6A State Champions, Tift County, Daniel scored 40 points in a head-to-head battle with the 2014 Georgia State High School P layer of the Year, Tadric Jackson. In the 2014 State High School All-Star G ame, he scored 17 points on 8-of-11 shooting. F or more information,call (321) 6747484.Credit union donates to school supply store for free supplies for the studentsThanks to Community Credit Union, a $6,000 donation to purchase computers will help get Brevard Schools F oundations newest project, the Supply Zone for Teachers, off the ground. The Supply Zone, located at the former Clearlake Middle School in C ocoa, is a store designed to put school supplies into the hands of teachers for free. M any teachers in Brevard Public Schools spend $400 or more of their o wn money each year to buy supplies for students, who come in lacking the basics, according the Brevard Schools F oundation. In polling teachers, they found the No 1 requested item is pencils. The S upply Zone will stock those and other basic supplies, eventually expanding to arts and crafts, hygiene items and other classroom materials. The store is ramping up, building its inventory system and collecting donations of supplies to become fully stocked before a grand opening in the fall. P ublic Schools teachers in the highest poverty schools will be the first to r eceive shopping privileges, with more schools added as donations increase. U ntil that time, other schools teachers may earn shopping trips by volunteering in the store. Community volunteers are also needed to work during the day, when teachers are in school. To learn more about the Supply Zone and how you can help,visit www.brevar dschoolsfoundation.org or call (321) 617-7727.Callers asking for personal informationThe Department of Business and Pr ofessional Regulation has issued a warning to Floridians, after learning that individuals posing as DBPR employees are allegedly targeting licensed businesses and professionals. The callers are asking victims for personal information. The department has received complaints from victims, who have reported receiving calls from people claiming to be DBPR employees. The scammers are requesting personal information from individuals, which is unusual activity for a DBPR employee. DBPR has confirmed that the phone calls are in no way connected with the department or its regulatory authority. If a consumer receives a call from someone claiming to be a DBPR employee, who is asking for personal information, they should not provideNotesF rom page 20 See NOTES, page 23


F riday, July 11, 201422Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com Dr. Denture095195 Quality Dentures Reasonable Fees Competitive Prices Medicaid AcceptedOne Day Service for Relines and RepairsDeluxeDentures Full Set or Single Astron 1180 AvailableHypoallergenic Acrylic availableCall for appointment: 321-259-1949313 N. BABCOCK ST. MELBOURNEFL Lic# 10444 Interchange Square 11 53 Malabar Rd, NE, #15 Palm Bay321-727-3589Hours: Mon-Sat 8:30am-5:30pm 8 BARBERS NO WAITING! 3 Different Generations 18 Gr eat Years!785880 095127 Y our Full Service Flooring StoreOver 30 Years Experience Licensed &Insured.3700 N. US 1 Cocoa, FL32926 (1 mile N. of 528 on US1)Monday-Saturday 9:00 am 6:00 pmFamily owned and operatedOURNEWSHOWROOMWILLFLOORYOU!Come See Us At Our New Address(diagonally across from old address next to Mobile Home Depot)321-634-5419 101835 Local residents earn bachelors degrees from Florida TechThe following students from Florida I nstitute of Technology graduated with bachelors degrees at Spring Commencement. They are: Richard Rhodes of Palm Ba y, Cor ey Young of West Melbourne, J ennifer Stephens of Merritt Island, Ma rc S alvadori of Melbourne, Vincent Scotti of West Melbourne, Joseph Vitetta of Melbourne, Ryan Mclay of West Melbourne, Jamie Bales of Melbourne, Elizabeth Starling of Melbourne, Molly Enochs of Indialantic, Ayla Chase of I ndian Harbour Beach, Simon Titulaer of Melbourne, Laura Zamora of Melbourne, Cameron Stahl of Satellite B each, Adel Haidar of West Melbourne, George Warrington of Rockledge, P atrick Hagerty of Melbourne, Julius R eid of Cocoa, Allison Marshall of West M elbourne, Sheila Norris of West Melbourne, Joseph Barber of Melbourne, M ichael Kleizo of Palm Bay, Khalid Alyami of Melbourne, Coralys Sanchez of Melbourne, Nathan Higgins of West M elbourne, Zhouxiang Chen of Melbourne, Motunrayo Hambolu of Palm Ba y, Dr ew Lacy of Palm Bay, Lukasz Dola of Palm Bay, Joshua Smith of Melbourne, Matthew Cosentino of Palm Ba y, T iffany Farrar of Melbourne, Colin H inkamp of Palm Bay, Forest Elliott of M elbourne, Charlie French of Melbourne, Megan Schmidt of Melbourne, Amie Cross of Melbourne, Nicole Massa of Melbourne, Jennifer Harvey of Malabar, Amy Liu of Melbourne, Phillip B unker of Melbourne, Amy Sutphin of P alm Bay, Angelina Bonilla of Satellite B each, Tyler Jackson of Merritt Island, Tr oy T oggweiler of Melbourne, Yuantu Ma of Melbourne, Shuaib Alkandari of M elbourne, YingYing Zheng of Melbourne, Kimberly Day of Palm Bay, P atrick Coleman of Melbourne, Brandon Fontaine of Melbourne, Sean Poling of Melbourne, Clifton Cooper of M elbourne, Masrur Rahman of Melbourne, David Barkholz of Palm Bay, F aizon Rassoules of Palm Bay, Alyssa Hey er of Sebastian, Brian Silver of Melbourne, Travis Ebling of Malabar, Christopher Welcome of Cocoa, Joseph Tor kaman of Palm Bay, Abdulrahman Aljama of Melbourne, Jacob Boehner of M elbourne, Yingsang Wu of Palm Bay, J onathan Kvasnok of Melbourne, Rick P ellhum of West Melbourne, Billy Albritton of Melbourne, Baogang Zhang of Melbourne, Heather Macy of Melbourne Beach, Spencer Field of Melbourne, Janie Griffin of Satellite Beach, Sy dney Smead of Palm Bay, Joshua Cox of Palm Bay, Salman Alkandari of West M elbourne, Shannon Sullivan of Melbourne, Patrick Hammond of Melbourne, Ashley Bardot of Merritt Island, Ta ra Dr umm of Cocoa, Robert Mulligan of Rockledge, Jason Lloyd Rom of Melbourne, Obaid Alzaabi of Melbourne, Dy lan Dalrymple of Port St. John, Zhongjie Zhu of Melbourne, M ohammed AlRashed of Melbourne, Emily Burch of Merritt Island, Imaette Ekere of Melbourne, Chengyu Li of Melbourne, Ogbeide Obaze of Melbourne, Khalid Mujalled of Melbourne, Abdullah Alansari of Melbourne, Ryan Knowles of West Melbourne, Joshua M ichalski of Melbourne, Michael P hipps of Melbourne, Michael Schloz of W est Melbourne, Isabelle Schultz of M elbourne, Xianwei Xia of Melbourne, M egann Hayes of Indialantic, Shavi T olan of Melbourne, Jessebelle Pichardo of Melbourne, Jenna Philipp of Melbourne, Madeline Sciullo of Melbourne, C assandra Plotkin of Melbourne, Dillon Ba iley of Rockledge, Shihang Lu of Melbourne and Monica Moreno Munoz of M elbourne. F ounded at the dawn of the Space Ra ce in 1958, Florida Tech is the only independent, technological university in the Southeast. The university is r anked in the top 200 in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2013-14, has been named a Barrons G uide Best Buy in College Education, is designated a Tier One Best National U niversity in U.S. News & World Report, is one of just nine schools in Florida lauded by the 2014 Fiske Guide to Colleges and is recognized by Bloomberg B usinessweek as the best college for r eturn on investment in Florida. The Melbourne-based university offers undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs. Fields of study include science, engineering, aeronautics, business, humanities, mathematics, psychology, communication and education. A dditional information is available online at www.fit.edu.F or Hometown Newsbrevnews@hometownnewsol.com program, to be held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, July 27 at the Suntree United Methodist Church, 7400 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. T he event is free. F or more information, call (321) 385-7236 or visit www.SCFO.org.Water Music concertT he Melbourne Municipal Band will present Water Music, a free concert at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 6 and 7 at the Melbourne Audito-OutF rom page 18 See OUT, page 23


Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, July 11, 201423 www.HometownNewsOL.comAuto Service, Dining, Fun, Golf, Hotels, Salons, Relaxation &More! 50%OFFGift Certificates785857A Whale of a Car Wash Beef OBradys Cocoa Bonefish Willys Central Florida Laser Cerratos Italian Deli Chef Marios Chez Quan Complex Cafe Days Inn Debbies Diner Delladotti Pizzeria Econolodge Fired Up Coal Oven Pizzeria First PhotoStudio Genna Pizza Ginas Cafe &Deli Good Natured River Tours Heartrest Health Land &Sea Thai Fusion Lemongrass Spa Livewire Guitars Majors Golf Course Marlenes Mobile Massage Michelangelo Pats Place Rodizio Grill Steagles Pennsylvania Pub Suntree Cafe II TJs Breakfast &LunchThese gift certificates do not expire, however, there will be no refunds from Hometown News after 60 days. Rodizio GrillLook Whats New! 101834To advertise in this special edition call 321-242-1013 rium, 625 E. Hibiscus Blvd., Melbourne. Dan Bolin and Cmdr. Allen Beck take the podium for this popular final concert of the summer Not-In-TheP ark series. T his is the annual guest conductor concert. Staci is taking her summer break to catch her breath and plan for the 50th Anniversary Season. W hat better way to welcome Allen Beck, a former conductor of the U.S. Navy Band, than this concert with its water theme? Dan Bolin is making a return visit to the Melbourne Municipal Band, following several very successful prior engagements. He is Chair of the Butler University Music Department and a frequent visitor to the Florida coast. Y oull want to arrive early, as the audience for this special concert is often at capacity. This is a Not-In-TheP ark picnic concert, so bring your dinner early and enjoy pres-how entertainment starting at 5:30 p.m. T he concert starts at 6:30 p.m., and is free. No tickets are required. F or more information, call (321) 724-0555, email melb.band@cfl.rr.com or visit http://www.melbournemunicipalband.org.Tickets available for Rock N Blues FestT he King Center for the Performing Arts at Eastern Florida State College in Melbourne will present a Brevard Music Group production, Rock N Blues Fest at 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 15. T ickets will go on sale Friday, May 16 at noon. T he King Center is at 3865 N. W ickham Road, Melbourne. F or tickets, call (321) 242-2219 or visit www.kingcenter.com.Offspring and the Summer Nationals 2014 TourIn 1994, Epitaph Records sponsored Summer Nationals, selling out three days at the Hollywood Palladium. The rising tide of California punk bands were brought together with their swelling legion of fans into one sweaty mass of zeitgeist. T he Offspring, having just released the seminal album Smash, lead the way, alongside Bad Religion and P ennywise. T hose same headliners will join together for the first time since that memorable moment and bring the event across North America. Starting in late July through the end of summer, the trio, along with other bands on select dates, including Stiff Little Fingers and SoCal punk buds The V andals, will hit the road for Summer Nationals 2014. T he Offspring will be performing Smash in its entirety for the first time ever, an album that has sold 12 million copies and remains the highest selling independent record of all time, plus new and classic songs. Bad Religion, fresh off the surprise success of their acclaimed Christmas Songs album, will pull from their deep catalog. P ennywise will be playing its classics, along with songs from their upcoming new album on Epitaph. T his will also be Pennywises first full North American tour, following the return of original lead singer Jim Lindberg, after a four-year hiatus. Visit www.offspring.com/tour for ticket links as they become available. T he Offspring are celebrating the 2 0th anniversary of Smash with a special anniversary edition of the album and commemorative merchandise. Visit http://offspring.com/news/398/smash -20th-anniversary for details. Offspring and the Summer Nationals 2 014 T our will visit more than 27 cities nationwide, including Tampa, West P alm Beach, Cape Canaveral (Aug. 16 at 10 a.m. at the Exploration Tower on Dave Nisbet Drive) and St. Augustine. Visit www.offspring.com/tour for the latest tour information. T his is a Deuterman Production. F or more information, visit www.deutermanproductions.com.Mosquitoes, Alligators and DeterminationT his original theatrical production about Floridas wild and colorful past in song and story will be Friday, Aug. 15 at 7:30 p.m.; Saturday, Aug. 16 at 2:30 p.m.; Sunday, Aug. 17 at 2:30 p.m. at the Library of Florida History, 435 Brevard Ave., Cocoa Village. T he Brevard Theatrical Ensembles Master Storytellers will weave stories about the people and events that have Shaped Florida. T ickets cost $15. Seating is limited, and reservations a must. Call (321) 676-0697 for tickets. After July 15, tickets will be available at the Florida Historical Library. F or information, call (321) 690-1971, Ext. 217, or email ladygailbte@earthlink.net. Brevard Theatrical Ensemble is a 501 (c)(3) tax-detectable organization.OutF rom page 22 any personal or financial information. A consumer safety tip is to ask the caller to return the phone call to verify their authority and call the DBPR Customer Contact Center at (850) 4871395. If the person calling claims to be a telemarketer,consumers may report the call to the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services at (800) 435-7352 or at www.freshfromflorida.com.Florida Youth CabinetThe Florida Children and Youth Cabinet met recently to discuss its strategic plan and initiatives, currently under way to improve coordination between the state agencies and organizations tasked with serving FloridasNotesF rom page 21 See NOTES, page 24


F riday, July 11, 201424Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com 095825 FREESubscription FREEDeliveryCall 866-913-6397 to sign up or at subscriptions@HometownNewsOL.comHometown News 2013 Pet ofThe Year Dakota With the rainy season in full swing and the hurricane season coming to a peak, heavy rains are going to be a part of our summer. With the heavy rains comes a new concern for our lawns. I nsects and other pests may start to invade your lawn and garden as the summer progresses. S ome of these pests can be very destructive and in many cases, hard to control. Pr obably one of the most common problems in our part of Florida is a little critter known as the Chinch Bug. These tiny bugs are about 1/5th of an inch long and their presence is most prevalent on St. Augustine grasses. They may be present in other grasses such as Bermuda and Centipede but not as often then you will see them in S t. Augustine. The insects are black with white wings that fold over their body. The female lays eggs on roots, stems and leaves of the grass and up to 500 eggs can be laid at a time by one female. You can see how easily a colony can get out of control. The y oung insects will develop into adults in about six weeks. Once these insects have settled into y our turf, they begin to feed off of your grass. They get their nourishment by sucking the juices out of the grass blades with a special beak that nature has provided for them. Not only do they suck the life juice out of the grass but they also leave a toxin behind that causes the grass blades to yellow and brown. Usually, you will find these patches in bright sunny locations since that is what Chinch Bugs thrive on. The patches will usually start in a small area and slowly spread. A fairly easy way to test your yard for Chinch Bugs is to obtain an empty coffee can and open both sides with a can opener. Push one end of the can into the ground and fill the other end with a soapy water solution. In about five or ten minutes, if you have an infestation, you will see the Chinch B ugs starting to float to the surface. Be sure you do the test in an area that has the brown patches. You may also want to try doing this test in several locations to get positive results. Tr eating Chinch Bugs in your lawn has become increasing difficult, especially with Diazinon and Dursban taken off the market. There are substitutes that you can purchase at y our local garden center. Be sure to look for a product that specifies Chinch Bugs on the label. You will generally get better results from a granular insecticide then you will from a liquid. If you choose a granular type, water your lawn thoroughly before applying the chemical. Be sure to treat y our entire lawn, not just the infected area. Gently wet your lawn again after applying the chemical. It is important to note that you will have to apply a second and possibly a third application of the insecticide to completely eliminate the insects. If you do not adhere to this, the second generation of insects will emerge from the eggs and you will again have a full-blown infestation. There are a few things you can do to help make life as unpleasant as possible for these critters. You should r egularly de-thatch your lawn and eliminate the dead grass blades that build up over time, especially if you use the mulching option with your mower. Also it is important to keep y our lawn as healthy as possible by maintaining a regular fertilizing schedule. J oe Zelenak has more than 30 years e xperience in gardening and landscape.Send e-mails to hometowngarden@gmail.com or visit his website, www.hometowngarden.com. How to deal with chinch bugs in lawn and garden GAR DEN NOOKJOE ZELENAK children and youth.The Cabinet also discussed workgroup updates and highlights from the 2014 legislative session. Cr eated by the Florida Legislature in 2007, the Florida Children and Youth C abinet members include the secretaries of the Department of Juvenile Justice, the D epartment of Children and Families and the Agency for Health Care Administration, as well as the directors of the Agency for Persons with Disabilities and the Office of Early Learning. O ther members include the State Surgeon General, the Commissioner of Education, the director of the Guardian ad Litem Office and the director of the Governors Office of Adoption and Child Protection. A dditionally, the governor appoints five members from around the state, who are r epresentatives of children and youth advocacy organizations. The Florida Children and Youth Cabinet also held a site visit at the Conway Learning Center in Orlando. The Learning Center is a faith-based center that provides for children and families through creative and structured learning activities. NotesF rom page 23 095199


Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, July 11, 201425 Look Inside for Pet of the Year! Tobyis waiting to find out who will win Pet of the Year! www.facebook.com/HometownNewsBrevard 095826 Remembering a golfing legend, Samuel Errie BallIn just a few months, Maxie and her husband Samuel would have celebrated their 78th wedding anniversary. It takes a special and true love to live a life together for that long. S adly, Samuel passed away on July 2nd. Golf enthusiasts and historians dont know Samuel by his given name. We instead know him as Errie Ball. Samuel H enry Errie Ball was the last of the inaugural Masters field of 1934 and the PGA of Americas oldest and longest serving member. He passed away at Mar tin Hospital South in Stuart, F lorida, surrounded by his family. He was 103 years young. A native of Bangor, Wales, Ball began his PGA career through the encouragement of legendary golfer Bobby Jones. He was elected to PGA membership in 1931, and his 83 years of service is a PGA membership record. In 2011, Ball was inducted into the PGA Golf Pr ofessional Hall of Fame. I have to ask, Why take so long? B all taught generations of players and inspired young professionals to pursue careers as PGA members. As PGA Professional Emeritus at W illoughby Golf Club in Stuart, he often gave lessons well past his centennial birthday. I remember playing there once with my late friend, Mike Murphy. Ball was on the practice tee when we arrived to warm up. We immediately recognized him and he was happy to strike up a conversation. He was quick-witted, and friendly. I asked him if he had any pointers for me after watching me hit a few balls. He answered with a wink and a smile, Do you know where the tennis courts are? The PGA of America is saddened by the passing of Errie Ball, a professional in all aspects of life, said PGA of America President Ted Bishop. Erries amazing career spans the legends of the game from Harry Vardon through T iger Woods. His longevity, according to those who knew him best, was founded upon a love of people. We will miss him dearly, but his legacy continues to shine through the many PGA Professionals he inspired to grow our game. Bo rn to one of Great Britains famed golf families, Ball was introduced to the game by his father, William Henry B all, who spent 50 years as golf professional at Lancaster Golf Club. B alls great uncle, John Ball, was the first amateur to win the Open Championship (1890), along with eight Br itish Amateur Championships. B all began playing golf at age 10, and turned professional at 17. Many could never correctly pronounce his nickname, so he was quick to share a family story. M y fathers name was William H enry Ball. Back in those days, Henry became Harry, Ball once explained. M y mother, from what they tell me, didnt like the fact that they would be calling my father Old Harry and me Y oung Harry. We had a French maid at that time, and she said, Why dont you call him Errie? And Ive gone by that ever since. B all first met Bobby Jones at the 1930 Open Championship in Hoylake, England, where Jones would win one leg of his Grand Slam. The relationship continued when Ball arrived in America, just as Jones clinched the Grand Slam with a victory in the U.S. Amateur. B alls first job was serving for his uncle, Frank Ball, then the PGA head professional at East Lake Country Club in Atlanta. In 1933, Ball received a letter of recommendation from Jones that elevated him to his first head professional post at Mobile Country Club. I thought [the Masters] was the greatest, the best place that I could be in golf, said Ball of Jones invite to play in that inaugural Augusta National Invitational, as he watched this y ears Masters from his living room. B ecause it was associated with Bob J ones, I knew it would be a success. I loved playing golf with Bob because he had such a great golf swing and I wanted to copy it. I learned to be gracious from him. He seemed like he shook hands with everybody with a smile. In 1936, Ball tied for 23rd in the Open Championship at Royal Liverpool in Hoylake. A few weeks later, on July 21, Ball was a passenger aboard the M.V. Britannic. Dur ing the eight-day voyage, he met M axwell Maxie Wright of Richmond, Vir ginia, in a game of doubles deck tennis. By the time the ship docked in N ew York, their plans were set. They married two months later, and shared their lives together for 77-plus years. E veryone Errie touched came away feeling better about themselves. If you had a bad day, just being around Errie, y our day became better, said Bruce P atterson, a former member of the PGA Board of Directors. Golf has suffered one of its big losses. He was one of the games treasures. Errie, a World War II Navy veteran, is GOLFJAMES STAM MER Samuel Errie BallSee ST AMMER, page 27 088946


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The fi ve branch offices for the Clerk of Courts in Brevard County are Titusville, Merritt Island, Viera, Melbourne, and Palm Bay. Documentary taxes (sometimes called documentary stamps) are also due at the same time as the balance of the winning bid amount. It is calculated at the rate of $0.70 per $100.00 of the total winning bid amount. The Clerk will calculate this tax, and will tell you the total that is due. You will receive a certificate of sale identifying y ou as the high bidder and stating the amount of your bid, but you will not be the o wner until a certificate of title is issued at least ten days later by the Clerk. 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. Payments at foreclosure sales094801 Michael E. Dujovne Clubs &Classes Editors note: If any of the information below is incorrect or no longer va lid,please contact H ometown News at (321) 242-1013. Allemanders Square Dance Club: F irst, second and third Saturdays, Sept. through May, 8-10 p.m. Satellite Beach Civic Center, 565 Cassia Blvd., Satellite B each. Cost: $5. C all (321) 956-2012. American Association of University W omen: Third Saturdays. Open to women with two-year or four-year college degrees. C all (321) 723-9355. American Legion Auxiliary Unit 163: S econd Thursdays, 7:30 p.m. American Legion Post 163, 1795 N. H arbor City Blvd., Melbourne. C all (321) 723-6233 or email king3419@cfl.rr.com. Art class for beginners to advanced: Ev ery Wednesday, 10 a.m. to noon and 1-3 p.m. 300 Malabar Road S.E., Palm Bay. C all (321) 693-8998. Association of Former Intelligence Officers: M eets quarterly in Brevard C ounty.E mail afio@afio.com or call (321) 777-5561. Beach Gardeners Club: Third Tuesday, Oct. through May, 6:30 p.m. Melbourne Beach Community Center, 509 O cean Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 7234180. Bonsai Society of Brevard: Third S aturday, 1 p.m. Melbourne Public Library, 540 Fee Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 255-4064. Brevard Antiques and Collectors Club: F irst Fridays, 10 a.m. Suntree Library, 902 Jordan Blass Drive, Suntree. Third Tuesdays, 1:30 p.m. Melbourne Beach Library, 324 Ocean Ave., M elbourne Beach. C all (321) 254-5831 or (321) 777-1374. Brevard Democrats: Third Wednesday, 7 p.m. Agricultural Center, 3459 Lake Drive, Cocoa. Registration for new members at 6:30 p.m. C all (321) 795-6814 or visit www.brevarddemocr ats.org. Brevard County Orchid Society: S econd Mondays, 7:30 p.m. Realtors C onference Centre, 1450 Sarno Road, M elbourne. C all (321) 777-6282 or email jbryson@drf.com. Brevard Federated Republican W omen: F irst Wednesdays at 11 a.m. H oliday Inn, 5298 N. Wickham Road, M elbourne. C all (321) 727-1212 or visit www.brevardfederatedrepublicanwomen.org. Brevard Users Group: F irst Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. Melbourne Public Library, 540 E. Fee Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 652-7618. Brevard Watercolor Society: Second Saturday, 1 p.m. Every other month starting in January. Satellite B each Civic Center, 565 Cassia Blvd., S atellite Beach. C all (321) 544-8888 or visit www.brevardwatercolors.org. Central Florida According Club: Last Sundays, 1:30 p.m. Elks Club, No. 1532, 308 Florida Ave., Cocoa. C all (321) 799-2267. Citizens for Floridas Waterways: F ourth Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. Locations vary. C all (321) 449-0827. EmbroiderersGuild of America meeting: 9:30 a.m. Third Mondays. Fr ont Street Civic Center, 2210 Front S t., Melbourne. C all (321) 956-8777. Indialantic Rotary Club: W ednesdays, 12:15 p.m. Eau Gallie Yacht Club, 100 Datura Drive, Indian Harbour B each. C all (321) 255-2000 or visit www.indialanticrotary.org. In-Har-Bee Garden Club: 9:30 a.m. Third Wednesdays. Indian Harbour B each Recreation Center, 1233 Yacht Club Blvd., Gleason Park, Indian Harbour Beach. C all (321) 773-5450. International Association of A dministrative Professionals: Melbourne Chapter. First Tuesdays, 5:30 p .m. Hilton Rialto, Rialto Place, Melbourne. C all (321) 639-1780. Island Garden Club: S econd W ednesday, noon. Melbourne Beach C ommunity Center, 507 Ocean Ave., M elbourne Beach. Lunch will be served. C all (321) 726-0800 or contact beth@bethglover.com. Italian American Club: Bi ngo night, T uesdays, 1-3 p.m., karaoke, pasta and game night Wednesdays 6-9 p.m., 1471 C ypress Ave., Melbourne. C all (321) 242-8044. Italian Language class: M ondays, 6-8 p.m. Italian-American Club, 1471 C ypress Ave., Melbourne. Beginnersto-advance class offered. C all (321) 724-8599. Jewish War Veterans: P ost 639. Second Sundays, September to June, 9:30 a.m. Joes Club, 4676 N. Wickham R oad, Melbourne. C all (321) 433-3025. Laureate Epsilon Iota: Chapter of B eta Sigma Sorority. Second Mondays, 7:30 p.m. C all (321) 723-2250 for location. Laureate Alpha Nu: 1 p.m. Second and fourth Tuesdays at members homes. C all (321) 724-9464. Laureate Zeta Sigma: S econd and fourth Mondays, 7:30 p.m. September through May at various locations. C all (321) 676-7949. Melbourne Rotary Club: Thursdays. 6:30 p.m. Mighty Mushroom, 2400 Dairy Road, Melbourne. Visit www.melbournerotary.org. Moonlight Quilters Guild: F ourth T uesdays, 6:15 p.m. North Brevard Library, 2121 S. Hopkins Ave., T itusville. C all (321) 567-5424. Palm Bay Happy Lions Club: F irst and Third Tuesdays, 8 a.m. Dotties R estaurant, 5275 Babcock St. N.E., P alm Bay. Palm Bay Womens Club: S econd W ednesdays, Noon. Glenbrooke at P alm Bay, 815 Briar Creek Blvd. N.E., P alm Bay. C all (321) 674-7513. Pilot Club of South Brevard: Third W ednesdays, 6 p.m. Southland Suites,See CLUBS, page 27


Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, July 11, 201427 095194 DVDBLOWOUTSALE!!! 5 SELECTDVDsOnly$20CouponGood Thru July 31, 2014ANNOUNCINGALL SUPERSECTIONITEMS50% OFF 3369 Sarno Road Melbourne,FL32934 (321)752-8805Open 7 Days 9:00am-2:00am Over 25,000 VideosHTN HTN 2680 Croton Road, Melbourne. C all (321) 501-7384 or visit www.pilotclubofsouthbrevard.org. Port Malabar Garden Club: S econd Fr idays, 9:30 a.m. September through Ma y. P eace Lutheran Church, 1801 Po rt M alabar Blvd. N.E., Palm Bay. C all (321) 956-9171. Prime Time: F irst Mondays, 11:30 a.m. Social Hall, Temple Israel, 7350 Lake Andrew Drive, Viera. C all (321) 254-5143. Republican Womens Network of S outh Brevard: Third Thursdays, Eau G allie Yacht Club, 100 Datura Drive, I ndian Harbor Beach. C all (321) 7284424. Rolling Thunder Florida One: 2 p .m. fourth Sundays. Veterans Memorial Center, 400 S. Sykes Creek Parkway, M erritt Island. C all (321) 327-8453. Satellite Beach Lions Club: F irst and third Tuesdays, 6:30 p.m. Double Tr ee Suites, 1665 N. Highway A1A, I ndialantic. C all (321) 452-0376. Scots American Society of Brevard: S econd Wednesday, 6 p.m. Front St re et Civic Center, 2205 S. Front St., M elbourne. Email info@scotsbrevard.com. Scribblers of Brevard: S econd and fourth Saturdays, 9:30 a.m. Eau Gallie P ublic Library, 1521 Pineapple Ave., M elbourne. C all (321) 255-1984. Seabee Veterans of America: Second Saturday, 11 a.m. Dons Famous H oagies, 784 S. Apollo Blvd., Melbourne. C all (321) 725-0900. Seaside Stitchers: F irst Monday, 9 a.m. Lutheran Church of the R edeemer, corner of Babcock Street and Avenue A, Melbourne. Senior Bible study: W ednesdays, 34 p.m. Century Oaks Senior Living, 4001 Stack Blvd., Melbourne. C all (321) 474-4440. Senior Talkers: 11:30 a.m. third M ondays. Social Hall, Temple Israel, 7350 Lake Andrew Drive, Viera. C all (321) 254-5143. Square dancing club: F irst and Third Saturdays, 8-10 p.m. Satellite B each Civic Center, 565 Cassia Blvd., S atellite Beach. Cost is $5. C all (321) 777-0997. Social Singles: S econd and Fourth Thursdays, 7 p.m. Viera Elks Lodge, 5820 South U.S. 1, Rockledge. C all (321) 610-4382. South Brevard City Council of Beta S igma Phi: F irst Tuesday, 7:15 p.m. Emeritus Assisted Living, 1765 Hibiscus Blvd., Melbourne. C all (321) 7232250. South Brevard Historical Society: 3ClubsF rom page 26 See CLUBS, page 28survived by his wife, Maxie, daughter, Leslie; brothers Tom, and John; and two granddaughters and a great grandson. J ames Stammer has been an avid golfer and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years.He hosts the Thursday Night Golf Show on WSTU 1450-AM.Contact him at stammergolf@yahoo.com.StammerF rom page 25


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