Hometown news (Melbourne, FL). 2007.


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INDEXClassified28 Crossword 21 Gardening 23 Horoscopes 17 Obituaries 27 Out & About17 P olice Report 5 V iewpoint 6 MELBOURNE V ol. 11, No. 4www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Aug. 15, 2014 FRIDAY, AUG. 15 Five dollar admission day at Brevard Zoo: Br evard Zoo invites C entral Florida residents to take advantage of a $5 admission day into the zoo on Friday, A ug. 15 to enjoy one final wild adventure before summer ends and the kids go back to school the following w eek at many public school systems in Breva rd C ounty and surr ounding counties. The $5 day applies to z oo admission only and cannot be combined with any other offers or discounts. S ince Butterfly Wings and Enchanted Things, sponsored by Bright H ouse Networks, just came to a close, those who take advantage of the $5 day will still be able to see some of the butterflies flying in the A ustralasia aviary with turacos, as well as enjoy the artwork, mystical creatures and play activity for the kids. Guests can also see the newest babies out on exhibit, splash around in the P aws On play area and, for an additional charge,Community CalendarSee CALENDAR, page 2Food truck event comes to BrevardIts Supergirl!BREVARD The S pace Coasts marketplace of resources and provider of information, advice, care and on-site services for seniors and their families is ramping up to host a one-of-akind fundraiser next w eek. One Senior Place will host the inaugural Food for Thought, a food truck dinner extravaganza on Thursday, Aug. 21 from 5 to 8 p.m. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Alzheimers Association, in advance of Melbournes Walk to End Alzheimers. F ood for Thought is open to the public, and folks will be able to enjoy a variety of food trucks, music, socializing and a special pick-a-prize raffle cosponsored by VITAS I nnovative Hospice Care. There will also be team sign-up information for the upcoming Alzheimers walk available. This is our first Food for Thought fundraiser for the Alzheimers Association, said Kathi Ridner, director of One S enior Place. Hopefully, it will become an annual event for years to come. N ext weeks event will feature a variety of food truck vendors several of which are from Breva rd such as JRs Rib S hack, Coastal Kitchen, Kira Constantino, 4, of Melbourne dressed as Super Girl at the second annual Florida Comics Experience, held at The Eau Gallie Civic Center. This convention brought comic book and other popular art fans together with vendors and artists to celebrate at one of Brevard Countys first comic book conventions. Photo by P aul Lepinskie Cold-blooded animals on display at Brevard Zoo Three compete for Circuit Judge, Group 19, seatMELBOURNE Brevard Z oo will host its annual Labor Day weekend event from Aug. 30 to S ept. 1. C old-Blooded Weekend allows guests to be immersed in the world of cold-blooded animals, said Olivia Wiggins, marketing communications coordinator for Brevard BREVARD Three residents have qualified to vie for the 18th Circuit Judge, Group 19, seat this primary election. Donna Goerner, Mitch Krause and Stacy Susan each have qualified. M itch Krause and Stacy Susan did not submit their answers to H ometown News before press time. B asic information about the candidate is as follows: D onna M. G oerner Age: 43 City: Altamonte Springs Years as resident: 19 GoernerBy Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com See FOOD, page 15Event to feature bug-eating contestBy Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See Z OO, page 4By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com See SEAT 19, page 2 GOLF 25No matter what your style is, there are golf products for you NEW PRODUCTS HAVANA NIGHTSBrevard Symphony Youth Orchestra invites community to have fun, with a Latin flair ENTERTAINMENT 17 BACK TO SCHOOL 9Get ready for the new school year with information, the school district calendar and more ITS TIME! GARDENING 23Mastering the art of growing this delicate species AFRICAN VIOLETS A Complete Listing of Activities & Events in Your Hometown from October 2014 to April 2015ReadersChoice Winners Will Be Announced In This Special Section!To advertise your business or event, call 321-242-1013Coming September 26, 2014 6th Annual 095984


F riday, August 15, 20142Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com 787107 Great Items! Great Rates! Great Results!Call 1-800-823-0466for more information 787052 787129 LAMPLIGHTERVILLAGE500 Lantern Blvd. Melbourne, FL32934 (321) 254-0303 www.CAL-AM.com H urry, offer ends when construction is complete. To preview your new home, call 321-254-0303 today! N ew Homes C onstruction SpecialY oull Love Living At Lamplighter Village 095491Save $5000 off list price PL US Ge t Six Months FREElot rentA ge Qualified C ommunity T wo compete for District 51 Florida House of RepresentativesBREVARD Two Space Coast residents will face off at the polls this upcoming election for the State Repr esentative, District 51, seat. R epublican incumbent Steve Crisafulli and Democrat challenger Joe M urray will each vie for your votes in Novembers General Election. B asic information about the candidates is as follows: S teve Crisafulli Age: 43 City: Merritt Island Years as resident: 43 Occupation: Vice President, Crisafulli Builders, Inc., and Crisafulli Enterprises, Inc. Education: Bachelor of Arts degree, University of Central Florida, Orlando Marital status: married to Kristen Cr isafulli J oe Murray Age: 58 City: Merritt Island Years as resident: 17 Occupation: paratrooper Commander, Chief of Computer Engineering, United States Army, United States of America Department of Defense Education: Bachelor of Science degree, electro-mechanical Engineering with a minor in military science, F lorida Agricultural and Mechanical U niversity, Tallahassee; Master of Science degree in Engineering Management, Florida Institute of Technology, M elbourne. Marital status: married to Janice M urray V oters may head to the polls in the Pr imary Election on Aug. 6 and the General Election on Nov. 4. F or more information,visit www.votebrevard.com. Murray CrisafulliBy Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com Occupation: attorney with The Law Office of Donna M. Goerner, P.A. Education: Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from the University of Florida, G ainesville, Florida; Juris Doctorate from the University of Florida College of Law, Gainesville, Florida Marital status: Divorced Number of children: none V oters may head to the polls in the Pr imary Election on Aug. 26 and the General Election on Nov. 4. F or more information,visit www.votebrevard.comSeat 19F rom page 1 We need your event listingsA ttention, Brevard nonprofits, studios, galleries, museums, playhouses, historical sites, symphonies, community clubs and support groups: The deadline for submission of y our organizations events in the H ometown News In Season publication this year, which will cover October 2014 through March 2015, will be Fr iday, Sept. 5. P lease send your calendar items and schedules AS SOON AS POSSIBLE to email brevnews@hometownnewsol.com. P lease write In Season in the subject line of your email. F or more information,call news clerk Mike Hibbard (321) 242-1013. feed a gentle giraffe and kayak the N yami Nyami River. Br evard Zoo is open daily from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The last admission is at 4:15 p.m. Treetop Trek is open daily at 9 a.m. The last admission is 3 p.m. for the Treetop Challenge Course and 3:30 p.m. for the Canopy Walk and Chutes and Ladders courses. Parking is always free. F or more information,visit Brev ardZoo .org and click on events. Dussich Dance Studio open house: The dance studio will have its open house on Friday, Aug. 15 from 26 p.m. and Saturday Aug. 16 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. C ome on in and take a tour of the facilities, meet staff members and r egister for fall classes. Classes start M onday, Aug. 18. The studio now hasCalendarF rom page 1 See CALENDAR, page 3


Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, August 15, 20143 096198The New Choice For Advertising THAT WORKS! 321-242-1013CALL TODAY! Hometown News afforded me an opportunity to expand my b usiness.Alan Rinehart (who works for Hometown News) and I were working out in the gym and talking one day.I mentioned that I was looking to advertise in our community.Alan offered me a reasonable,although before this,an unknown possibility,if I advertised. After running ads for a few weeks,I have already realized a return,significantly,over my investment in the advertisement.I would suggest that anyone wanting to acquire new business at least look at the opportunity Hometown News offers. Advertising with Hometown News pays off! David Barto, President/Owner with Alan Rinehart, Hometown News Advertising ConsultantFully Licensed and Insured Residential/Commercialwww.bartoslawncare.combartoslawncareservice@gmail.com Incumbent, two challengers vie for State Senator seatBREVARD Three candidates will r ally for your votes in the upcoming race for the Florida State Senator, District 16 seat. I ncumbent Thad Altman will face Ll oy d Stanton French and Monique M iller in the Primary Election. C andidate Monique Miller did not r espond to Hometown News request for an interview by press time. B asic information about the candidates is as follows: Thad Altman Age: 58 City: Rockledge Years as resident: 57 Occupation: President of the Astronauts Memorial Foundation Education: Associate of Arts degree, U niversity of Houston/Brevard Community College; Bachelor of Science, Rollins C ollege, Orlando; Flight Training, Florida I nstitute of Technology, Melbourne; Architectural Studies, Palm Beach Community College. Marital status: married to Mary Pat Altman Number of children: three Ll oy d Stanton French Age: 59 City: Indian Harbour Beach Years as resident: 32 Occupation: Program Manager, Badger Technical Services, LLC. Education: Bachelor of Professional S tudies degree in Business, Barry University, Miami Marital status: married to Michelle French Number of children: did not specify V oters may head to the polls in the Primary Election on Aug. 26 and the General Election on Nov. 4. V isit www.votebrevard.com. F rench AltmanBy Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com tights available for purchase. F or more information,call (321) 4522046 or email D ussichdancestudio@gmail.com. There are classes for all ages, from 292. New temple opening ceremony w eekend: M elbourne has a small, but vibrant and active community of about 500 families of Indian origin. Almost nine years ago, a dream was born to build a temple and a center for community events and happenings. That dream materialized into reality, as the Manav Mandir Temple, for which a festive opening ceremony will be held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 15, 16 and 17. It is a magnificent structure, which was made possible by the dedication and hard work of the community, and is a very successful effort to bring all sectors of Hinduism together. The temple is situated on 37 acres in a very beautiful and secluded area of S untree. The main hall of the temple is 7,000 square feet and the four buildings around it are 1,000 square feet. There is an apartment for the priest in this complex, as well as a kitchen and dining hall. The temples marble and granite floors were shipped from I ndia. The total current cost of the temple is $9.4 million, which includes the land. The temple is the first phase of the dream project, to be followed by the community center. Future plans are to have a childrens playground and an outdoor pavilion with addition seating. F ollowing Hindu shastras, principles and traditions, the Manav Mandir T emple faces east and is an effort to bring different sectors of Hinduism, which is represented in the eighteen deities, to be installed at the opening ceremony. Adorning the top of the temple are two gopurams (domes) made of fiberglass, one is representative of North India and the other of S outh India. P eople of the Hindu faith, as well as others, who may be interested in knowing more about Hinduism or those who just want to experience this unique, once in a lifetime experience here in Brevard County, are welcome to join in for the opening ceremony celebrations. C ome and be a part of the festivities and taste and enjoy the delicious food that will be served. Lunch and dinner will be sponsored by the temple on all three days.SAT URDAY, AUG. 16 In August,its Shark Week Every We ekat the Barrier Island Center: He re s a look at events planed through the month. All events are free unless noted: Saving Seahorses Through Citizen Science: Saturday, Aug. 16 at 11 a.m. R esearch scientist Nancy Ho with her baby seahorses will explain how youCalendarF rom page 2 See CALENDAR, page 4


F riday, August 15, 20144Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com LOCALMOVESPECIALSCOUNTYWIDE STATEWIDEUSDOT70851 FLIntrastate Mover Registration No IM166 FREE ESTIMATESSENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNTS094725HOUSEHOLDRELOCATION Guaranteed Prices Available Free Estimates FullTime Trained Employees No Day Labor Experienced Packing & Crating Service Ask About Guaranteed OnTime Pick-Up &DeliverySTORAGE New Hurricane Code WHSE Facility Government Approved Individual Containerized Storage Sprinkler Fire Protection Full Monitored (24 hr.) Burglar AlarmSystemELECTRONICS/LOGISTICS Local and Long Distance Office Moves/Commercial Relocations Commercial Storage and Distribution Exhibits and Displays Modern Air Ride Lift Gate T rucks COMPETITIVEQUOTES FLORIDAMOVINGSYSTEMS...WITHYOUEVERYSTEPOFTHEWAYServing the Space Coast for Over 75 Years MENTIONTHISAD ANDRECEIVE1 0% OFFOURLOCALMOVINGSERVICES! W oman Owned Business Drug Free WorkplaceA moving plan for every budget Free used packing cartons259-4330280 North Drive Melbourne, FL www.flmove.com 095356 Challenger, incumbent to face off for District 50 seatBREVARD Two Central Florida r esidents will vie for your votes at the polls this upcoming election, as they compete for the State Representative, District 50 seat. George Collins will challenge incumbent Tom Goodson for the coveted Florida House seat. S tate Representative Goodson did not respond to Hometown News r equest for an interview by press time. B asic information about the other candidate is as follows: G eorge Collins Age: 66 City: Orlando Years as resident: 29 Occupation: adjunct professor at V alencia College Education: B achelor of Arts degree in Organizational Communications, University of Central F lorida, Orlando; M aster of Arts in C ommunications, University of Central Florida, Orlando Marital status: married to Carol C ollins Number of children: did not specify V oters may head to the polls in the Pr imary Election on Aug. 26 and the General Election on Nov. 4. F or more information,visit www.votebrevard.com. Zoo. This event allows the zoo to immerse guests in Cool Science and teach people all about different coldblooded animals, she said. It is a bonus that guests can add on to a fun day at the zoo during Labor Day weekend. Ms. Wiggins said that guests can meet a variety of animals in the Nyami N yami River Lodge, visit the new alligator and snapping turtle exhibit in the W ild Florida section, watch daily feeding demonstrations of water snakes and meet the zoos diamondback terrapins. V isitors can also watch tortoise r aces, experience animal encounters, spin for prizes on the bio-fact wheel and watch toads play in the toad abode complex. And, for the truly adventurous guest, a bug-eating contest will be featured each day, which will include giant scorpions and tarantulas. G uests can also sample a variety of bugs, such as mealworms and crickets. C old-Blooded Weekend will take place from Aug. 30 to Sep. 1. Br evard Zoo is open from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The last admission is at 4:15 p .m. F or a complete line up of activities,visit www.brevardzoo.org. F or more information,call (321) 2549453.ZooF rom page 1By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com Collins can help with the conservation of these amazing fishes. Please call to enroll. Eco-Film Sharks at Risk: Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 16 and 17 at 2 p.m. Cinematic examination of shark population decline and ecological consequences. Oyster Mat Making: Wednesday, Au g. 20 at 10 a.m. Help Brevard Zoo r estore oyster reef habitat in the Indian River Lagoon. Turtle Talks: Thursday Aug. 28 at 8 a.m. Learn about sea turtles and observe the excavation of a recently emerged nest, conditions permitting. Y ou may even see live hatchlings at these free events! P lease enroll at http://turtletalks.eventbrite.com. The Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands Programs B arrier Island Center is centrally located in heart of the Archie Carr R efuge in south Melbourne Beach at 8385 S. Highway A1A. A dmission is free to the education center, which is open to the public T uesday through Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Ca ll for more information,at (321) 723-3556or visit www.barrierislandcenter.com. Merritt Island National Wildlife R efuge presents: Nature Driving Tour: Saturday, A ug. 16 at 1 p.m. and Saturdays, Aug. 23 and 30 at 10 a.m. Enjoy a narrated driving tour in the comfortable air conditioned refuge shuttle bus and learn about refuge wildlife, plants and resource management. Tour B lack Point Drive and visit the Manatee Observation Deck. Space is limited. C all (321) 861-5601 to make reserv ations. Shorebird Photo Presentation and Dr iving Tour: Saturday, Aug. 16 at 9 a.m. View a photo presentation to learn how to identify sandpipers and plovers, collectively called shorebirds. Then, carpool in your own vehicle and caravan, along with aCalendarF rom page 3 See CALENDAR, page 9


Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, August 15, 20145 094718 094718OFMELBOURNEMELBOURNE2447 N. Wickham Rd(Next to LAFitness at Lake Washington Rd)321-426-7509Specials August 14-20 Center Cut PorkChops$2.18lb Strawberry1lb98ea Romaine Lettuce98ea Eggplant68lb La Abuelita Mortdella$4.48lb Sommer Maid Colby Longhorn$3.98lb T ara Nova Boned Salted Pollock(Bacalao Sin Espinas)2/$5 Lane Snapper1-2 lb$5.38lb NavelOranges5lb bag$3.98ea Red Seedless Grapes$1.98lb Seedless Watermelon$2.98ea Rico Long Grain Rice20 lb$9.98ea French Fries5 lb bag$3.98ea Malta India12 oz 6 pack$3.98ea La Lechera Sweetened Condensed Milk14 oz$1.78ea Fresh FrozenBroccoli Cut or California Blend2 lb2/$5 Whole Chicken WingsFamily Pack$1.68lb Pot RoastMock Tender$3.98lb Beef Short Ribs$4.98lbBaby Back RibsV acuum Pack$3.28lb Whole Baking Hen(Gallina)98lb Monday to Saturday 7:30 am-9 pm Sunday 7:30 am to 7:30 p.mGROCERY GROCERY GROCERY GROCERY GROCERY MEATS MEATS MEATS MEATS MEATS MEATS DELI PRODUCEPRODUCEPRODUCEPRODUCEPRODUCEPRODUCE DELI SEAFOOD SEAFOOD Melbourne Police Department Austin T. Lyons, 23, address unknown, was charged Aug. 1 with criminal mischief-property damage, resisting arrest without violence, felony battery and grand theft auto. Gary Marvin Traxler, 52, of 1929 Slone Blv d., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 1 with leaving the scene of an accident, felony driving under the influence, felony driving under the influence-property damage and felony driving under the influence-causing serious bodily injury. Kristen Michelle Granato, 36, of 4865 S mithfield Road, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 2 with larceny and felony child neglect with great bodily harm. Maria Lucille Kinser, 50, of 2028 S tewart Road, Melbourne, was charged A ug. 2 with resisting arrest without violence, felony battery on a person 65 or older and two counts of felony on-site violation of probation. Charles John Ernst, 55, of 1463 Stanley Lane, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 3 with aggravated assault with intent to commit a felony and felony battery. Jeremiah Deykwaun Brown, 19, of 325 E. University Blvd., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 4 with aggravated battery. Dena Fitzgerald McHale, 41, address unknown, was charged Aug. 4 with aggravated battery using a deadly w eapon. Alexander Sebastian North, 21, of 3002 Marshall Drive, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 4 with armed burglary of a dwelling/structure/conveyance, larceny and grand larceny of a firearm. Eric Eugene Roth, 46, address unknown, was charged Aug. 5 with petit larceny. Douglas Todd Durick, 52, of 608 Walls S t., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 6 with possession of cocaine and felony on-site violation of probation. Dexter Earl McCurry, 33, address unknown, was charged Aug. 6 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling and felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Marika Darnell Rawls, 18, of 805 P oplar Lane, Melbourne, was charged A ug. 6 with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Charles Michael Marshall, 55, of 2150 Golf Isle Drive, Melbourne, was charged A ug. 7 with aggravated battery using a deadly weapon.Melbourne Beach P olice Department Brandi F. Anton, 23, of 1408 Atlantic S t., Melbourne Beach, was charged Aug. 1 with fraud-swindling to obtain property. Caitlan Stephanie Kaczynski, 25, of 1310 Miramar Ave. S., Indialantic, was charged Aug. 1 with fraud-swindling to obtain property. Dakota Asher McBryar, 25, of 1707 Av ocado Ave., Melbourne, was charged A ug. 3 with fleeing/eluding an officer with disregard to safety and reckless driving. Ronnie Allen Brock, 24, of 1896 Nixon Ave ., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 6 with passing a forged/altered instrument and forgery-altering a public r ecords certificate.Brevard County Sheriffs Office Lonzo Miller, 33, of 2617 Panama Dr ive, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 1 with possession of cocaine and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana. Tremayne Ladairus Mitchell, 34, of 1024 Mill St., Melbourne, was charged A ug. 1 with possession of cocaine, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. John Ervin Whitesell, 46, address unknown, was charged Aug. 2 with aggravated battery causing bodily harm, felony battery and felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Jessica Dove Frederick, 23, of 3162 Arthur Circle, Melbourne, was charged A ug. 3 with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. Jeffery Michael Gilrane, 51, of 4865 Nor th U.S. Highway 1, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 3 with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling and petit larceny. Amanda Jean Wilborn, 39, of 191 Ir win Ave. N.W., Melbourne, was charged A ug. 4 with pointing a laser pointer on an individual operating a vehicle/vessel/aircraft. Richard Leonard Workman, 46, of 92 Ev elyn Drive, Melbourne, was charged A ug. 5 with possession of cocaine, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and felony violation of probation. Ricardo Sidoravicius Rivas, 26, of 2430 New York St., West Melbourne, was charged Aug. 6 with committing a sex offense toward a victim between the ages of 12 and 15. Collin Reed Sola, 19, of 2373 Glasbern Circle, West Melbourne, was charged A ug. 6 on an out-of-county warrant. Jake Girard Labossiere, 24, of 1414 P aul St., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 7 with petit larceny and felony contempt of court. Clifton Randall, 52, of 2521 Race St., M elbourne, was charged Aug. 7 with selling cocaine, possession of cocaine, possession of cocaine with intent to sell and three counts of possession of a controlled substance without a prescription.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.


S ixty-five is the new 50. If we arent happy by age 65, we probably aint gonna ever be. Theres a peace in knowing ones self. Not to say that stuff doesnt bug us at times; but at 65, we have learned who we are and what we can and cant do. We have also learned what we can expect from ourselves and others. We know when we have done enough and need to sit down. We know when we need a break or even a nap. No two-hour requirement here. H oda, on the Today Show, just turned 50. I remember 50. It wasnt a peaceful moment for me. It was more like an OMG moment, like, where do I go from here downhill perhaps and how do I get out of this; how can I fix this? B ut at 65, comes a peace. There might as well be peace; we cant fix or change it. At 65, there are days when one pushes his or herself to awesomeness, and on other days, one sits mindless in the swing, sipping a cup of tea. No pressure. The freedom and time to analyze is awesome. We know when we need to climb on the treadmill. We know when we need to drink more water, and we know when we have eaten too much ice cream. The few extra pounds help fill out our skinny jeans and the wrinkles in our face. The freckles have become acceptable. The most fuzzy/curly hair can be covered beautifully with a cute bright red Florida sun visor. The most critical person in our lives is our self, and we can give ourselves a break anytime we want. We become our own head cheerleader, and we can impress ourselves whenever and wherever we want; and we are comfortable in a no-medal day. We can choose to dwell on our past unchangeable failures or move forward into the light. We know when it is time to pick flowers. Old age is hello! We thank God when it rains, because it waters our beautiful flowers and our awesome tomatoes. We have a new respect for the snow because we dont have to shovel it at 4:30 a.m. anymore to get to work. We have time to make snowmen (or sandmen) and cutely name them after family members. We make snow angels and take awesome pictures of our work. When we slip on the ice or fall down in the snow, we thank God nothin got broke. We look at those closest in our lives in a different way. We throw away the magnifying glass and give them a break, and they love it. D isagreement aint no big deal. We throw away our hollar back girl personalities, and there is peace in it. We thank God for getting us so far, despite all the detours and lousy r oads we wandered off on. He willingly forgives us. We thank him for our families and our journey. There are many, who give God a bad rap, but they just dont know him. S usan Baker is a former writer for T imes Writers Group.She lives with her husband,Bill,enjoys writing, flowers,gardening,golf,taking pictures and visiting with her family. THIS WEEKS LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLE Is this your license plate number? Go to the nearest HTNOffice to verify by noon Tuesday.GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY! STOPBY ANY OFFICEOR CALL!!! THEREWASNOWINNERFORLASTWEEK. THISWEEKS PRIZEISWORTH$200! I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013 INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO. 772-465-5656 095974WIN$200This W eeks Prize VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, AUG. 15, 2014 MELBOURNE WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM PAGE 6 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.Art from the heartPhoto courtesy of Expressions of Local ArtIn honor of sea turtle nesting season, Bruce Black, owner of Expressions of Loc al Art in Melbourne Beach, hosted a four-week project, in which local artists partnered with fourth-grade art students from West Melbourne School for Science. With help from artists Renee Heinbuch (watercolorist and pastel), Ruth Hunsinger (stone carver) and Helen Cissie Jones (oil and pastel), the students created 3-D turtles, made from a variety of art mediums, to hang on the fence, adjacent to the gallery. Expressions of Local Art is located at 307 Ocean Ave., in Melbourne Beach. The unique gallery and shop features only local artists and will host a Meet the Artist evening Thursday, Aug. 21 from 7-9 p.m. For more information, call (321) 837-3685. 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. 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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.comMELBOURNESaying hello to old age GUEST CO LU MNISTSUSAN BAKER Living our own livesI would like to thank you for your paper and the information you have r ecently put in pertaining to the politicians. That has helped me a lot in making my choice. And, I guess, my one rant would be that I find it interesting in Florida thatSee R ANTS, page 7


Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, August 15, 20147 Call us for your FREE consultation321-729-4243201 Fourth Avenue Indialantic, Florida 32903 BodyWiseSpecialist.com094893BEFORE AFTER Dr. Regina Kaufmann has been combining the best minimally invasive facial contouring techniques since 2007 to achieve optimal results!I can face my fifties with new confidence, thanks to Dr. Kaufmann D.B.**testimonial and photo consent provided by actual patientGETYOURWEEKEND NECKLIFTWITHSMARTLIPO, A TAFRACTIONOFTHECOST!Lower Face &Neck Revitalization 095973 Is your pet worthy of the spotlight?Hometown News will be the judge of that. We are asking our readers to submit photos of their beloved pets, as part of our Pet of the Week Contest. The winner for the week will have his or her pet displayed in our newspaper, while also being qualified to become the Hometown News Pet of the Year! Email a photo of your pet (one entry per owner) that is at least 1 MB in size to brevnews@hometownnewsol.com Write PET OF THE WEEK CONTEST in the subject line, and in the body of the email, please include the following information: Name of pet Age Breed Three of your pets favorite things to do Pet owners full name and hometown Phone number (in case we have questions) A 7-month-old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Chelsea is the gorgeous puppy of Bonnie Venable of Merritt Island. Some of Chelseas favorite pastimes are playing with the children in her neighborhood, chasing her ball and snuggling (on just about anyones) lap.they are totally against tobacco; however, they are for legalizing pot. Mo re accidents happen with alcohol, but there is nothing done about that. Im for to each his own. If you are not hurting anybody, I wish the government would quit trying to live their lives for them. Thank you.1 00 words or lessThank you for running all of the candidates and their 100-words-or-less r esponses. I read every one and try to keep a list of those I want to vote for. Thank you. Editors Note: Y ou are quite welcome. Thanks for reading!Laws are there for reasonsI am sure you all would agree with me to say to those, who are in such a rush to get somewhere, slow down and be r espectful to others. I always drive what the speed limit is, but there comes a race driver, who gets mad at me, while I am doing what the law says to do. This is a country of laws. Imagine if there were not any laws. Oh, my God! I dont want to even imagine what people would be doing to each other. P lease, if you go to church on Sundays (only), listen to the words and practice them; it will benefit you. Y ou are living in this great country, so please be nice to each other, and r espect each other. Respect the laws and follow them. Thank you.Response is to the author of the Nice guy rantHe re we go again with the race baiting. When you cannot find one single thing the president has done right, you play the race card. George Bush was blamed every single day and is still being blamed by the Obama Administration because of the abject failure of President (Barack) Obama and his administration. It is pretty evident, sir or madam, that y ou never read books, periodicals and are glued to the mainstream media, that has been complicit in propping up the president from gitgo. Y ou also seem to have very selective memory. President Bush had a Democr at Congress, Senate and House of Repr esentatives, for his last two years. When President Bush left office, his budget was around $850 billion, (President) Obama hasnt even submitted but perhaps one budget in six years. Fur thermore when Bush left office, our debt was $8 trillion or less, but now it is pushing $18 trillion, $10 trillion r acked. I liked your word racked up by y our president. By the way, you also seem to have selective memory on the contributingRantsF rom page 6 See R ANTS, page 8


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Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, August 15, 20149 Our Sales Teams are Red Hot! If you have outside sales experience we w ould like to meet you. 787023We offer a weekly guarantee and gas allowances, plus commission Experienced representatives earn $50,000+. Benefits include health, dental and a 401k plan. Previous Sales experience preferred.Send a resume to Opportunity@hometownnewsOL.com Please include cover letter telling us why we absolutely must hire you. EOE / We drug test.ARE YOU AWINNER?Exciting times at 787029Just for Kids Back To School2014-2015 1025672014-2015 Back to School COLORING! College accepting applications for at-risk youth programBREVARD Eastern Florida State C ollege is striving to make a difference in the lives of Space Coast residents, and this time the institution is r eaching out to a seemingly unlikely set of individuals. A pplications are currently being accepted for the free Space Coast Y outhBuild program, which helps y oung people, who have left high school without a diploma, earn their GED, while preparing them for college, as well as a career. R egistration for the next enrollment cycle, which begins in early September, is open through Monday, Aug. 18. The program is federally funded through grants from the U.S. Department of Labor, and Eastern Florida S tate College has hosted the YouthB uild program since 2007, according to John J. Glisch, associate vice president of college-wide communications. Y outhBuild is for students between the ages of 16 and 24. I n all, weve had about 160 students since 2007 and hope to enroll another 60 students in the next two y ears, Mr. Glisch said. As part of the YouthBuild program, students divide their time between attending class at EFSCs Cocoa campus and working for Habitat for H umanity. Dur ing their time on campus, students prepare for the GED exam and college readiness under the watchful guidance of their teachers. Class size is usually limited to 14 students, due to the capacity of our classroom and emphasis on individualized assistance by two instructors, Mr. Glisch said. The student-toteacher ratio is generally seven-toone, both in the classroom and at the H abitat worksite. Mr. Glisch added that the program r uns two groups of students concurr ently, with one attending Mondays through Thursdays, while the other r uns Tuesdays through Fridays. The groups alternate between the classr oom and worksite. While at the Habitat for Humanity worksite, students build homes for local families in need, while learning skills, such as being on time, working w ell with others, taking direction and showing initiative. S tudents work under close supervision and receive training in construction skills from a Habitat for Humanity site supervisor. Y outhBuild program students will also earn at least minimum wage for a maximum of 15 hours per week for their construction efforts. The program lasts six to nine months, Mr. Glisch said. After graduation, students continue to receive supportive services during a nine month follow-up period to keep them on track in their chosen career path or job. Y outhBuild staff also helps students apply for college or vocational programs, as well as financial aid. Y outhBuild is making an important difference in the lives of many youths, giving them a second chance and putting them on the path to success, Mr. G lisch said. F or more information,or to apply to the YouthBuild program,call Judy W illiams at (321) 433-7631 or visit www.EasternFlorida.edu/go/youthbuild.By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com guide, to observe shorebirds in the wild. C all (321) 861-5601 for reservations. All about Manatees: Wednesday, A ug. 20 at 1 p.m. Watch a narrated photo presentation and handle manatee bones and skulls to learn more about this endangered animal. Then, caravan in your vehicle to the observation deck to look for wild manatees. C all (321) 861-5601 for reservations. Volunteers needed for Refuge Litter Clean-up: Saturday, Aug. 23 at 9 a.m.CalendarF rom page 4 See CALENDAR, page 13


F riday, August 15, 201410Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com 786891 787025 Emergency Service:911Police, Fire, AmbulanceCrisis Counseling:211Poison Control: 1-800-222-1222My address is:______________________________ My phone number is:________________________ Moms Cell:__________Moms work___________ Dads Cell:__________Dads work____________ My Dr.is:____________Drs Phone____________ Additional contacts: (relative) __________________________________ (neighbor)__________________________________ (friend)____________________________________ PRACTICE CALLING 9-1-1 with your child.Ask them questions to get them used to the operator: What is your name? _______________________ What is your emergency? __________________ What is your address? _____________________DIAL9-1-1 My Name is: _____________ 787026Just for Kids Back To School2014-2015 Back-to-School adoption dealsBREVARD Its the final weekend of summer vacation for Brevard County P ublic School students, but a very special group of furry and fuzzy students have been in class all summer long. The academic advisors at the Brevard C ounty Animal Care Centers have done the math and will offer cats, kittens, dogs and puppies to approved adoptive families for just $35, as part of its Cool B ack to School adoption promotion. The special adoption promotion will r un through Sunday, Aug. 31. R egular-priced adoption fees for cats and kittens are $70, while it is $80 for dogs and puppies. The entire adoption package, which include initial vaccinations and rabies v accinations for animals 3 months and older, spay/neutering surgery, deworming, microchipping, with free lifetime r egistration and a one-year Brevard C ounty Animal License tag, is valued at hundreds of dollars, making the Cool B ack to School adoption rate even more of a steal. The Brevard Animal Services and Enforcement department believes that a new, furry friend will teach the entire family lessons that cannot be learned within the confines of a classroom. To see dogs or cats available for adoption or shelter hours,visit the Brevard County Animal Care Centers at 5100 W. Eau Gallie Blvd.,Melbourne or 2605 F lake Rd.,Titusville,or visit the shelter website via www.BrevardCounty.us/AnimalServices.F or Hometown NewsnewsML@hometownnewsol.com 103697 Join Us For Our 22nd Season of Dance! Melbourne 401 N.Wickham Rd. Suite N(321) 259-6006Ages 2 1/2-AdultNATIONALLY AWARD WINNING POWERHOUSE DANCE TEAMWe are proud to include theAmerican Ballet TheatreNational Training CurriculumUltimate Danceis consistently ranked one of the TOP studios in the nation! Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Lyrical, Contemporary, Hip Hop, Musical Theatre and more!Classes Begin September 2nd!Register on line: www.UltimateDanceandMusic.comViera 5410 Murrell Road, Suite 119(321) 636-8966


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F riday, August 15, 201412Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com T here are many factors that can contribute to a skin condition. These contributing factors include allergies to something in their environment, food allergies, fungal or bacterial infections, and ectoparasites. Ectoparasites are nasty parasites found outside the pets body. In addition to fleas, another common ectoparasite is mites. Mites cause a condition known as mange. Sarcoptic mange mites cause what is commonly known as scabies. Scabies is contagious and pets typically pick up the mites from other infected pets. The scabies mite can also infect humans that the animal comes in contact with. The other type ofmange we see is Demodectic mange. Demodex is caused by a mite that all pets already carry, but in some with compromised immune systems (young, old, or sick) the mitespopulation explodes and causes problems f or their host. This type ofmange is not contagious. Ifyour veterinarian suspects mange, he or she will most likely perform a skin scrape to confirm. They will then choose the best treatment f or the pet. Summer in Florida is ectoparasites favorite time ofyear! Ifyou suspect that your pet has any skin ailment, do not delay treatment. Call your veterinarian and schedule an exam as soon as possible before their condition worsens. Call your veterinarian for further guidance and information.096158T ails from the Vet Dr. Michael Ponte Dr. Michael Ponte (321) 254-1754 www.sarnoanimalhospital.com 096150 Children Welcome Veneers Whitening Root Canals Crowns TMJDisorder One-Visit R estorations Dental Emergencies Seen Promptly Cosmetic Dentistry Dentures Implant RestorationsDental Insurance WelcomeMon-Tue-Thu 7:30-5:30 Wed 12:30-7:30$75John T. Bailey, DMDServing Brevard For 28 YearsJohn T. Bailey, DMD723-0938917 S. Wickham Rd. W. Melbourne 32904Family DentistryAny patient and any other person responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or be reimbursed for payment for any other service, Examinations or treatment which is performed as a result and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free service, examination or treatment. DEBIT Got A Dental Problem?Bring your prior file/xrays for a FREE 2nd opinion. westmelbournedentist.com Expires 8/22/14 New Patient IntroductionNew Patient Prophy (1110) & Exam (0150) 4 Bite Wing X-rays (0274) w/Oral Cancer Screening Does Your Pet Have What It Tak es To Be Hometown NewsP et of the Week?We r e asking you, our readers, to submit photos oftheir beloved pets for our Contest. T he Winner each week will be featured in our newspaper and will qualify to become our P et of the Year! 787117See this weeks winner for details on how to enter! Business NewsCouncil names best in leadership for 2014Theresa Clifton, executive director of the Central Brevard Humane Society, has been selected as the 2014 F lorida Space Coast Council Manager of the Year. This award is presented annually during Management Week in America in June, and is designed to publicize the positive impact that leadership, integrity and management skills can have on businesses and the community. Nominations are solicited from organizations in Brevard C ounty. In the nomination for Ms. Clifton, her employees and colleagues cited her as a leading force behind the success of the Humane Society. To learn more about the Central Breva rd H umane Society,visit www.crittersavers.com or cbhumanesociety.com on Facebook and Twitter.The Haven Lamb Shoppe expands facility The Lamb Shoppe has expanded its facility to include the 1,200-squarefoot building directly behind the shoppe. The Furniture Cottage is now open for business and able to accept donations of quality furniture and larger home goods. S hoppers will also notice a new, larger sign along South Patrick Drive. The store is open Monday through S aturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Donations of infant and childrens clothing, toys and accessories, womens clothing, housewares and collectibles, books, art and, now, furniture are appreciated and are tax deductible. The Lamb Shoppe is also seeking volunteers to help man the store during the summer months. Volunteers sort donations, assist customers and organize inventory. The Haven Lamb Shoppe was established in 1999 to supplement income to operate The Haven for Children Inc., a Florida licensed residential group home for infants and children, who have been removed from their family due to abuse or neglect. All monies, less rent and utilities, are donated to support the three residential homes of The Haven. To v olunteer,donate items or for other information call (321) 7776606,visit the store at 1767 S.Patrick Drive or visit www.thehavenforchildren.com/lambshoppe.php.F rench aeronautics supplier will create jobsF lorida Gov. Rick Scott has announced the grand opening of V ision Systems new manufacturing facility in Melbourne. V ision Systems is an aviation and aerospace tier-one supplier for aeronautics. The project will create 40 jobs with a capital investment of approximately $1.2 million in Brevard County. This announcement comes after Gov. Scott and Secretary of Commerce Gray Swoope met with the CEO of Vision Systems during the TEAM Florida trade and business development mission to the 50th Par is International Air Show last year. B ased in France, Vision Systems is a leading company of first-tier systems supplier for the aeronautics industry. The company has designed systems for business jets, helicopters, regional and commercial aircrafts for more than 20 years. V ision Systems will bring engineering and manufacturing jobs, that will produce solutions for solar protection, cabin management and multimedia systems integrating connectivity and wireless audio distribution, as well as composite parts. V ision Systems considered moving to Georgia, North Carolina and Texas before choosing Melbourne. Vision S ystems 12,000-square-foot facility will be its first-ever subsidiary and foreign direct investment in the United States.Embraer Executive Jets reaches milestone Embraer Executive Jets recently celebrated the delivery of the 500th Phenom family jet, a significant achievement only five-and-a-half years after entry into service of the first aircraft. W inners of various innovation and design awards, the Phenom 100E and the Phenom 300 are best-in-class jets, having redefined the entry-level and light jet segments with the latest generation technology, a new style concept, premium comfort, performance and reliability. The commemorative aircraft, a P henom 300, was delivered to Prime Fr action Club, a fractional ownership company that sells, manages, and coordinates the utilization of assets among its members in Brazil. Prime Fr action Club operates three other P henom jets, in addition to helicopters, boats, and sports cars. P henom jets are flown in 37 countries by 400 customers, ranging from corporations, authorities, charter and fractional companies to aviation schools, medevac transportation, and owner pilots. The entire fleet in operation has accrued more than 370,000 flight hours. F or more information about E mbraer Executive Jets,visit www.EmbraerExecutiveJets.com.


Get outside and work with refuge volunteers and help wildlife by participating in a clean-up. Wear long pants, closed sturdy shoes and bring sunscreen, drinking water, work gloves and insect repellent. P lease call (321) 861-5601 if you plan to attend or need additional information. Butterflies, Bats, Bees and Birds, a P ollinator Program for Kids: Saturday, A ug. 23 at 1 p.m. Children, 6-12, accompanied by an adult, will learn about pollinators through hands-on activities, crafts and a field walk. C all (321) 861-5601 to make reservations. Manatee Watch: Wednesday, Aug. 27 from 1-3 p.m. Join volunteers at the M anatee Observation Deck between to learn about manatees and possibly observe wild manatees. This program is weather dependent. The deck is located along S.R. 3 at the Haulover C anal. All about Alligators: Thursday, Aug. 28 at 1 p.m. Learn about the natural history of this intriguing reptile by watching a photo presentation and handling gator bio-facts. C all (321) 861-5601 for reservations.SUNDA Y, AUG. 17 Oil Stains,a series by Eleanor McC ain: F ourteen quilts, representingHometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, August 15, 201413 095262V ote to Re-Elect Judge Garagozlo on August 26th www.reelectjudgegaragozlo.comPaid for and Approved by Benjamin Garagozlo, Non-Partisan for County Court Judge for County Court Judge Group 8 MYOPPONENT was PUBLICL Y REPRIMANDED on August 7, 2013 by the Florida Supreme Court for several campaign law violations and in a separate dissolution of marriage case, he failed to maintain adequate communications with the client, failed to work diligently on the case, failed to attend a hearing ... and failed to properly withdraw from the clients matter, leaving her and his law firm abruptly. He was ordered to pay restitution to the client. See Case No. SC 11-686RE-ELECTJUDGEBenjamin GaragozloAppointed by Governor Jeb Bush in 2006 Y our County Court Judge for the past 8 yearsENDORSEDBY: Sheriff, Wayne Ivey State Attorney, Phil Archer Retired State Attorney, Norman R. Wolfinger Retired Public Defender James JRRusso Mayor Carol McCormack, Town of Palm Shores PalmBay Police Department Retirees Group Fraternal Order Of Police JWDunn Lodge #37 Weekly Volunteer Driver Meals on Wheels Married 25 years Two children born &raised inBrevard County Provides a yearly scholarship to a Brevard County High School Graduate seeking to attend college Recipient of the Distinguished Service Award from the Conference of County Court Judges Select Furniture 50% OFF658 N. Wickham Rd. 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Rick Scott was joined by state and local emergency management officials recently to remind F loridians that hurricane season has already started, and now is the time to get a plan, if they dont have one already. Hurricane season extends from J une 1 through Nov. 30 and covers the time frame when hurricanes are most likely to form in the Atlantic O cean. Gov. Scott said, With the 2014 hurricane season under way, I want to encourage every family to get a plan. So far this year, there has been one named storm, Hurricane Arthur, and Florida was lucky that we were not directly impacted by it. But, Hurr icane Arthur should serve as a r eminder for everyone to get a plan, if they dont already have one. Pr eparing for the upcoming hurricane season should be a priority for every Florida family, and we must take action now before its too late. F loridians and visitors are advised to develop a plan, centered on selfsustainability for the first 72 hours following a disaster. F loridaDisaster.org includes valuable information on building a plan for individuals, families and businesses, taking into account those with special needs, persons with pets, and the elderly. FDEM Director Bryan W. Koon said, Hurricane Arthur was the first named storm of the season, and at its closest, it was less than 85, miles from our coast. Hurricane Arthur didnt impact us significantly, but it did underscore the need for all Florida families, visitors and businesses to get a plan and to be prepared for when severe weather does strike us. F lorida Rep. Dana Young, Majority Whip, said, Hurricane season started back in June, but Im sure many F loridians still dont have a plan. I cant stress enough how important it is to account for what you will do with your family and your pets when the next hurricane comes our way. Ma j. G en. Emmett R. Titshaw Jr., A djutant General of Florida, said, The Florida National Guard, alongside other Florida first responders, r emains ready to safeguard our citiz ens. Weve conducted numerous exercises over the past several months to minimize complacency and maximize our readiness. To get tips on how you can protect y our family, visit www.FloridaDisaster.org. This website will provide critical tips for supplies, including: Water one gallon per person, per day, with a three-day supply Batteries and flashlight for each person All Hazards Radio in a disaster yo u will be able to receive important updates from the National Weather Ser vice Battery or hand-powered radios to receive valuable information from local radio stations First Aid kits Other important items to include are canned or non-perishable foods, clothing, blankets and pillows, extra set of house and car keys, and activities for children. Fo r additional information,follow FDEM on social media on Twitter at @FLGetaPlan, I nstagram @FLGetaP lan, V ine @FLGetaPlan a nd Facebook at F acebook.com/KidsGetAP lan and F acebook.com/FloridaDivisionofEmergencyManagement.Floridians should not be complacent about storm preparednessF or Hometown NewsnewsML@hometownnewsol.com CalendarF rom page 9 See CALENDAR, page 14


an artists reaction to the 2010 BP oil spill and its effect on Floridas Gulf C oast, will be on view at the Ruth Funk C enter for the Textile Arts until Saturday, Aug. 23. The center is at 150 W. University Blv d., on the Florida Tech campus, M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 6748313 or visit http://textiles.fit.edu/. Attention baseball teams and players: Br evard County Parks & Recreation is holding team registration for 35-plus teams for the Roy Hobbs 35plus Division Baseball League coming in late August. Y ou must be 35 by Dec. 31 to be eligible to play. If you are a free agent player looking for a team, there is a free agent list for teams to choose from, as needed. J ust send in your name, age, positions you play and any experience you may have. C all (321) 255-4400,email troy.cox@brevardparks.com or visit www.brevardcounty.us/LeaguesS outh. Whats your reason to walk:? The W alk To End Alzheimers Space Coast has been scheduled for Sept. 20 at the Wi ckham Park Pavilion, in Melbourne. There will be an 8 a.m. check-in and a 9 a.m. ceremony. Sign up now. F or more information or to sign up your team or yourself,call (800) 2723900 or visit www.alz.org/walk.MONDAY, AUG. 18 Eau Gallie Civic Center events: The Eau Gallie Civic Center, 1551 Highland Ave ., Melbourne, will present the following events: Summer Dance Jam Camp: 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday through Fridays. Ages 4-16. Cost is $125 per week. Visit www.starblazertwirlers.com for an ov erview of this program. Lil Sports: 5-5:45 p.m. Tuesdays. Ages 3-5. Preschoolers will participate in an age-appropriate introduction to each sport. Cost is $30/$36. Ballroom Dance: 7-8 p.m. Tuesdays. All ages. Cost is $10 per class, per night. Wee Dragons Karate: 4-4:45 p.m. Thursdays. Ages 4-8. Cost is $30/$36 for residents/non-residents. American Kenpo Karate: 5-5:50 p .m. Thursdays. Ages 9 and older. T imes are 5-5:50 p.m. for beginners and 6-7 p.m. for continuing. Cost is $30/$36. Irish Step Dance: Thursdays: 4-4:45 p .m. for beginners, 4:30-5:30 p.m. for novices and 5:30-7 p.m. for advanced. Age 5 and older. Cost is $42 for residents and $50 for non-residents monthly. F or more information,call (321) 2554608. Orchestra in Residenceseeks string players: The Melbourne Community Orchestra is seeking string players, who wish to join the all-volunteer group. The dynamic orchestra is comprised of 50-plus musicians, ranging from student players to adult hobbyists and full-time professionals. N amed Orchestra in Residence for the City of Melbourne in 2008, the 24y ear-old musical organization performs seven sets of free concerts each season in the Melbourne Auditorium at 625 Hibiscus Blvd. The group r ehearses on Mondays at 5:30 p.m. C all (321) 285-6724 or email MelbourneOrchestra@gmail.com for more information. Vendors sought for 21st Annual Fo x Lake Christmas Festival of Crafts: R egistration for crafts vendors for the 21st Annual Fox Lake Christmas Festiv al of Crafts begins Monday, Aug. 18. The Fox Lake Christmas Festival of Cr afts will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p .m. at Fox Lake Park in Titusville on S aturday, Nov. 15. Only handmade and homemade crafts will be offered for sale at the event, which is sponsored by the Brevard County Parks and R ecreation Departments North Area Par ks Operations. P lease be advised there has been a fee increase for crafter spots: outside open area is $25, plus tax, and under pavilion is $35, plus tax. Concessions will be available for purchase, and admission is free. Office hours for all registrations are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, at Sandrift Community Center, 585 N Singleton Ave., Titusville. A pplications for food vendors will be available beginning Monday,Sept.15, at Sandrift Community Center,or by email at jann.faiga@brevardparks.com. There is no cost to submit an application for food vendors. A $50, plus tax, non-refundable, special event fee, is due from food vendors selected by M onday, Nov. 3. F or more information about this event,call (321) 264-5037.F riday, August 15, 201414Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com Oktoberfest Beer Pairing DinnerSaturday, October 11th | 6:00pm Seating is Limited. Reservations Required. Reservation Line: (321) 504-7776 x27032 Stadium Parkway | Viera, FL | durangolf.com A uthentic Courses Brilliantly P aired with Some of the Finest Locally Brewed Beers5Join us for an evening of food, beer, education and great company$2900not inclusive of tax and gratuityF eaturing beers provided by the Florida Beer Company ExceptionalFOODBrilliantBEER095976 Community Law School gears up for fall termThe Fall 2014 Space Coast Community Law School is about to begin with another very exciting semester. The seminars will be at two venues this semester. As noted below, one set of classes will continue to take place at the M oore Justice Center in Viera, while the other classes will take place at the Breva rd Room in Titusville, 700 S. Park Ave., T itusville.F ALL 2014 SCHEDULEV iera seminars Thursday, Sept. 4: Jury Assembly R oom State and Federal Constitution and how they work together General M agistrate Kurt Erlenbach Thursday, Sept. 11: Jury Assembly R oom Veterans Benefits Garren Cone Thursday, Sept. 18: Jury Assembly R oom Elder Law/ Medicaid preparedness David Jacoby, Esq. Thursday, Sept. 25: Jury Assembly R oom City Ordinance / Laws Chelsea F arrell, Esq. Thursday, Oct. 2: Jury Assembly Room The 4th Amendment Judge John Murphy Thursday, Oct. 9: Jury Assembly Room Home Owners Association Laws J oseph Columbo, Esq. T itusville seminars Wednesday, Sept. 17: Brevard Room DUI Laws and Related Charges Robert Anderson, Esq. Wednesday, Sept. 24: Brevard Room D ebt and Consumer Issues Andrew S teele, Esq. Wednesday, Oct. 1: Brevard Room A uto Accidents and Personal Injury D an Faherty, Esq. The website www.sccls.com has been updated and reflects the Fall 2014 schedule. Y ou may also register for classes at either the wesite communitylawschool@yahoo.com or by calling (321) 269-6833.F or Hometown NewsnewsML@hometownnewsol.com CalendarF rom page 13 Dont Miss The Action!59,000 Hometown NewsSpecial Editions will be delivered to households in Brevard County PLUS another 35,000 Official Souvenir Programs will be sold at the show!Call 321-242-1013 to advertise!Melbourne Air &Space Show 2014sponsored by Northrop GrummanOctober 4-5, 2014 F eaturing the U. S. Air Force T hunderbirds!


just as easy to address me as Ms. ______. The use of this common form of r espect should be included in the communications training of support staff. U se of such endearments as sweetheart, dear, sweetie and hon during professional appointments, billing transactions and other business encounters sounds tacky and low-class. On the male side of things, my husband has noted that some transactions will include the staffer calling him buddy. P lease! There is a point where friendliness crosses the line into inappropriate and unappealing overly familiar terms of address! And just for the record, I am fairly fit, w ell dressed and on the younger side; so I r eally think the use of these inappropriate endearments is just an impolite habit that is applied to all, regardless of appearance. It is not charming, and it is really a turn-off. It is just as easy, and takes just a few seconds longer, for staff to learn to address customers, patients and clients in a courteous manner!A vision for tree cityI have a vision for Titusville. I see all the abandoned, dilapidated buildings, like the ugly eyesore that used to be the Howard Johnson motel, demolished. I see all the empty, disused parking lots smashed up and the concrete and asphalt cleared away. On all that land within the city boundaries I see trees, palms, fruit trees, evergreens and deciduous trees, any kind of tree that would grow in our semi-tropical climate. Planting and maintaining the trees would create jobs and many volunteer opportunities. T itusville would become famous for its trees. Visitors would come from all over to see the trees, to walk under their shade and breathe the cool fragrant air. Artists could sketch and photograph the trees. P oets would find inspiration. School children and arborists could study them. Thats my vision for Titusville.Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, August 15, 201415 www.babcockdentalcenterpalmbay.com Check us out atwww.rateadentist.com CareCreditPatient Payment Plans $85$25Full Exam,Full X-Rays & Cleaning(Cleaning D1110, Exam D0150, XRAYS D0210)EMERGENCY EXAMSame Day with Proposed TreatmentD0140 (1 X-Ray D0220) N P alm Bay Road Kmart P ublixBabcock St. Ask About FREEWHITENINGwith Cosmetic Dentistry4711 BABC OCK ST. NE P ALM BAY787053 W ere Patient People. New Patients and W alk-In Emergencies W elcomeHarris,Rockwell,DRS, Wuesthoff, Health First PPO Insured Welcome Interest Free Financing through CareCredit Senior CItizen Discount PPO Provider for Most Insurance Discount for N O Insur ance (321)984-1991 Come experience Dental Care at a Great Value from our Friendly Staff!MONDAY FRIDAY 8AM 5PM FREE CONSULTATIONSServing Brevard Since 1985Babcock Dental CenterFA MILY COSMETIC &IMPLANT DENTISTRYUncomfortable Dentures?FREEEvaluation! FREESubscription FREEDeliveryCall 866-913-6397 to sign up or at subscriptions@HometownNewsOL.comHometown News 2014 Pet of The Year KeekohIn Loving Memory787118UDOs Doener & German Deli Booth, V iera Pizza, Unos Chicago Grill and a few more. O ne-hundred percent of the proceeds from the sale of the pick-aprize raffle tickets will go to the Alzheimers Association, Ms. Ridner said. Some of the items include gift cards to local stores and restaurants, wine baskets, a gift basket from Clevens Face & Body, valued at $2,500, and much more. Ms. Ridner said that she and One S enior Place are very excited for the opportunity to raise funds for a cause that touches so many lives, adding that its not just the patient, who is affected by Alzheimers or Dementia; its the entire family. This event is designed to be family-friendly, Ms. Ridner added. In addition to the various food specialties available, we will have desserts, music provided by two local DJS and games for the children. This is a fun way to feed your whole family and support a great cause, at the same time. One Senior Place will host Food for Thought on Thursday, Aug. 21 from 5 to 8 p.m. In the event of severe weather, contact One Senior Place for details about a rain date. One Senior Place is located at 8085 Sp yglass Hill Road, Viera. F or more information,call (321) 751-6771 or visit www.OneSeniorP lace.com.FoodF rom page 1 T anya Thompson and Kaitlyn Campbell are coordinators for the Walk to End Alzheimers. T eam sign-up information will be available at the Alzheimers Association fundraiser at One Senior Place on Thursday, Aug. 21.Photo courtesy of Buzz Biz Public Relations RantsF rom page 8 The Indian River Center at 7201 Greenboro Drive in West Melbourne, FL will be conducting face-to-face interviews on Tuesday, August 26 from 2 pm to 7 pm. If you are a warm and compassionate caregiver, with a passion for Elders, and have an active FL license, stop by and bring a copy of your resume!! Please apply now at www.opisjobs.com or call 866-310-5038 with any questions. We look forward to meeting you! August 26, 2014 2 pm-7pmHiring C.N.A.s, RNs, and RNLeadership Positions 094730


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3016 West New Haven Ave. 725-6855 T ues. W ed. Thurs. Buy 1 meal $7.99 or more, get one meal HALFPRICE.(with purchase of beverages)095268V oted Best Roast Beef &Turkey in Brevard 094897 O ut &about The Youth Players Summer Musical, AnnieT he popular comic strip heroine, Little Orphan Annie, takes center stage, charming everyone she meets, despite a next-to-nothing start in Depression-era New York, overcoming the evil machinations of orphanage owner Miss Hannigan, and finding new friends and a new home in the end. Featuring hits, such as Its the Hard Knock Life and Tomorrow, the musical is presented by special arrangement with Music Theatre International. T he production stars the students of Surfside Youth Players Summer Musical W orkshop, taught and directed by Eva Knowles. It is family-friendly and appropriate for all ages. Ti ckets are now on sale online. Visit www.surfsideplayers.com and click Purchase Tickets. F or this one weekend only, Aug. 15-17 production, Fridays is at 7 p.m., with Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2 p.m. T ickets cost $10. T he Surfside Playhouse is at 301 Ramp Road, Cocoa Beach.Florida history at its bestT he Brevard Theatrical Ensemble Inc. presents Mosquitoes, Alligators and Determination VII, an original theatrical production about Floridas wild and colorful past in song and story, Friday, Aug. 15 at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 16 at 2:30 p.m. and Sunday, Aug. 17 at 2:30 p.m. at the Library of Florida History, 435 Brevard A ve., Cocoa Village. On March 3, 1845, Florida became the 2 7th state of the American Union. Although its colorful history started in 1513, it still continues, as a land of five flags and four successive civilizations that has contributed to the world. T his August, the Brevard TheatricalARIES March 21/April 20Aries, take the high road when you find yourself in the midst of a disagreement with a friend. It may be tempting to stick to your guns, but the disagreement is nothing too significant.TA URUS April 21/May 21Much is going on, Taurus, and you have trouble zeroing in on a focal point. Unless you make a list of all you want to accomplish, you may get lost in the shuffle.GEMINI May 22/June 21Y ou sometimes change your moods on a whim, Gemini. But lately you have been more steadfast in your convictions. This behavior will continue for some time.CA NCE R June 22/July 22Don't make any rash moves in the next few days, Cancer. For whatever reason your common sense meter is a little off. You may want to run ideas past a trusted friend for a while.LEO July 23/Aug. 23Leo, unless you try you will never be able to tell if something is within your capabilities. Do not be afraid toHor oscopesLatin-flair fundraiser to benefit youth orchestra BREVARD Get ready for a fundraiser unlike any other along the S pace Coast. On Saturday, Aug. 16, the Brevard Sy mphony Youth Orchestra will host H avana Nights at the Cocoa Beach C ountry Club beginning at 6 p.m. T ickets are $75 per person and may be purchased via the BSYOs website at www.BYSO.us or by calling (321) 216-7804. Pr oceeds from the event will benefit all three of the BSYOs youth orchestras the philharmonic, symphony and the string ensemble. As a Hispanic growing up in M iami, I remember there was always music playing and people dancing; these were very happy times, said Lourdes Quintero, executive director of the BSYO. I wanted to share that kind of happy atmosphere with the community here in Brevard County. H avana Nights will be a celebration, Mrs. Quintero said, that will feature a cash bar, Cuban cuisine by R enaissance Catering, music by DJ Yv es and a silent auction. The BSYO string quartet will also perform during the cocktail hour. Pro ceeds will help fund sectional and master classes, where the young musicians play under the tutelage of professional musicians, Mrs. Quintero said. A dditional funds raised during H avana Nights will help the BSYO pay for music and venue fees associPhoto courtesy of BSYOThe Brevard Symphony Youth Orchestra will host Havana Nights, a fundraiser, on Saturday, Aug. 16 in Cocoa Beach. Attendees enjoyed a conga line at last years event. Tickets are $75 at www.BSYO.us. D ining & EntertainmentFRIDAY, AUG. 15, 2014 MELBOURNE WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM PAGE 17See SCO PE S, page 21By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com See HAVANA, page 21 See OUT, page 18


Ensemble will present stories that will fascinate and inform. Master Storytellers will weave the 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, (321) 690-1971, Ext. 217, email ladygailbte@earthlink.net or visit www.myfloridahistory.org.Steel Magnolias, by Robert HarlingSteel Magnolias focuses on the camaraderie of six Southern women who talk, gossip, needle and harangue each other through the best of timesand comfort and repair one another through the worst. T he play, at the Melbourne Civic T heatre, is alternately hilarious and touching, with six female characters that are delicate as magnolias, yet as strong as steel. T his 1987 Broadway play, which was made into a movie in 1989, is based on the authors experience with the death of his sister. Steel Magnolias is a comedydrama about the bond among a group of southern women in northwest Louisiana. T he production is directed by Peg Girard. The Cast is: Brenda Sheets as Truvy, Jessica Taylor as Anelle, Linda Lawson as Clairee, Amber Prine as Shelby, Rita Moreno as MLynn and Deb Pitcher as Quiser. Alan Selby is technical director and light designer, Wendy Reader is sound designer and Fran Mayer-Grest is costume designer. T he production will run through Sept. 14 every Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. T he Melbourne Civic Theatre is at LeGallerie Plaza, 817 E. Strawbridge A venue, Melbourne. F or tickets or more information, call (321) 723-6935. Movie in the Park and food trucksT he city of Cocoa will present this event at 8:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 15 at Riverfront P ark in Cocoa Village. T he movie will be Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2. Enjoy a family movie under the stars and bring blankets and chairs. Admission is free. F or more information, contact Leisure Services at (321) 639-3500 or visit www.cocoafl.org.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 Pennywise. 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 Vandals, will hit the road for Summer Nationals 2 014. 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. The Offspring are celebrating the 20th anniversary of Smash with a specialF riday, August 15, 201418Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com 1600 S. Wickham Rd. Melbourne409-8217 7 Days A Week 11:00am 10:00pm096157New England Seafood Specialsincludes Fries, Coleslaw or SaladFried Cod Fried Haddock Fried Oysters Fried Shrimp Fried Ipswich Clams Fried MahiStrips Thursday Lobster Rolls BRINGAFRIENDNIGHTSPECIALS! MONDAY TUESDAYV alid Only Monday, August 18, 2014 5pm to Close Dine In Only With This Coupon V alid Only T uesday, August 19, 2014 Dine In Only With This Coupon$2.00 Off2 Dinners &Two BeveragesT wo 10 1-Topping Pizzas &2 Sodas $10 OR Order 2 Menu Entrees Get 1 Dessert FREEEVERYDAYISWRAPDAY!$7.95* House Crispy Italian Portuguese Sausage Loaded Steak Crispy Grilled Chicken Wasabi*Includes Fires or Chips 095353FRESH, FAST, FREE DELIVERY:321-426-7745 4450 W. Eau GallieBlvd. Melbourne(Next to BPonJohnRhodes) Large Cheese Pizza$595Extra Toppings $1.50Carry Out Only Expires 8/31/142 Large 1Topping Pizzas, 2 Liter Soda &Garlic Bread$1995Carry Out or Delivery Expires 8/31/14LUNCHS PECIALYour choice of cold turkey, ham or roast beef sandwich with chips & drink$599Carry Out Only Expires 8/31/14 DAILY LUNCH & DINNERSPECIALS3440 Harbor City Blvd Melbourne, FL 32935321-622-8330POKERONMONDAYS& THURSDAYSHAPPY HOUR11 am-7 pm FULLLIQUOR BAR AVAILABLE10 FLATSCREENS& APROJECTINGTVNFLPACKAGECome See Your TeamPlayTRIVIAONWEDNESDAYS095352 Large 3 Topping Pizza$999$5 OFF$25 or MoreDine In Or Carry Out Expires 8/31/14 with purchase of 2 drinks Dine in only expires 8/31/14 DINING & ENTERTAINMENTOutF rom page 17 See OUT, page 20


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Visit http://offspring.com/news/398/smash2 0th-anniversary for details. Offspring and the Summer Nationals 20 14 T our will visit more than 27 cities nationwide, including Tampa, West Palm 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. This is a Deuterman Production. F or more information, visit www.deutermanproductions.com.T ango workshop offeredT he Argentine Tango workshop will be hosted by Brasas Grill in Cocoa Village Saturday, Aug. 16 from 2-4 p.m. at the Las Brasas Brazilian Restaurant, 109 Brevard A ve, Cocoa. Aug. 16: Leading to the floor: Incorporating the dance moves and different genres, along with sequences, including timing and the emotion of tango. Dance presentation. W orkshop daily cost is: singles $12 or $15 for couples. Aug. 29: Tango core workshop: Suntree YMCA. Free workshop for all to participate in. Friday, Aug. 29 at 5:30-7 p.m. Learn how to progress from basic tango to advanced steps in sequences and timing to the music. F or more information, call (314) 7754086 or visit on Facebook at P orUnaCabezaMilonga.T rinidad & Tobago 5 2nd Independence CelebrationShowcasing the youth, the Trinidad & T obago 52nd Independence Celebration will be at 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 16 at the Brevard Caribbean American Sports and Cultural Association Development Center Banquet Hall, 2174 Harris Ave. N.E., Suite 6, Palm Bay. Dinner will be served from 8-9:30 p.m. DJ Black World will be on the controls. T here will be door prizes, live entertainment, a raffle and a cash bar. Attire is red, white or black. Cost is $20, which includes dinner. F or tickets, contact BCASCA at (321) 446-1676, James at (321) 431-1440, Barbara at (321) 728-8944, Seeta at (321) 432-0477 or visit bcasca.com.We may FIB, but we will never lieIf you didnt see the Fearless Improv Brigades last production, You Call This Art, here are some of the things you missed: the premiere of the swing hit Blue Nothing, womanizing lava and the discovery of a prehistoric night club. We also attended the opening of the newest theme park Toilet World and learned why there are no more unicorns, except for one pesky fellow, who kept showing up throughout the night. W hat lies in store for our next Improv Showcase Performance? See it one night only, Saturday, Aug. 16 at 8 p.m., the same weekend as Annie, Junior Edition T ickets are $5 at the door, or free for 2 014-15 Season Pass holders. Visit www.surfsideplayers.com to purchase tickets and season passes. F or more information, and to learn how you can be trained in the marvelous techniques of improv, contact the FIB leader, Mario Busacca at (321) 258-2185 or mbusacca@cfl.rr.com.Classic Albums Live 2 014 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, notefor-note, cut-for-cut. T he schedule will be: 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. Wickham Road, Melbourne. F or tickets and information, call (321) 242-2219 or visit www.kingcenter.com.Sunday with the SymphonyT he Brevard Symphony Orchestra presents Sunday with the Symphony, Sunday, Aug. 17 at 3 p.m. at Barnes & Noble Booksellers, 1955 W. New Haven A ve., West Melbourne. T his event is free to music lovers of all ages. Presented by the Brevard Symphony Orchestra, this fun, family-friendly, event will feature live music from BSO musicians and an opportunity to meet music director and principal conductor, Christopher Confessore. As a special treat, the orchestra will also g ive the first 50 guests, ages 18 and older, a voucher good for one free ticket to an upcoming BSO concert. Event begins at 3 p.m. and is free to attend. Guests will join maestro Confessore and BS O English horn player, Anita Juilianna, in an interactive discussion about the BSOs 2 014-15 season, Journey. Brian Slawson, BSO principal timpanist and Grammy-nominated percussionist for his album Bach on Wood, will give a musical presentation and discuss his role with the BSO. A live performance by a BSO ensemble will delight event-goers with the sounds of the symphony. Refreshments will be served to guests courtesy of Barnes & Noble Caf. Beginning Aug. 17 and running through Aug. 23, the BSO is partnering with BarnesOutF rom page 18 See OUT, page 23


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son will get under way at Rick Stottler F ield on Thursday, Sept. 4 when the P anthers host St. Thomas University. The Panthers are looking to rebound after finishing the 2013 season with a 5-9-1 overall record, and a 2-6 mark in the Sunshine State Conference. After facing St. Thomas, the Panthers will become road warriors as they have four straight games away from M elbourne. That stretch includes games against Coker College, future SSC member Palm Beach Atlantic and W est Alabama. The Panthers will r ound out the road swing on Sept. 17 when they play at Barry in Miami S hores. The Panthers will return home to host a non-conference match against E ckerd on Sept. 20 before opening SSC play at Rollins on Sept. 27. The Panthers will play their first SSC match at Rick Stottler Field on Oct. 4 when they host Saint Leo. The schedule is back, loaded with home contests for the Panthers, as they will close out the regular season with four games in an 11-day span. The squad will host three SSC games, beginning with Lynn on Oct. 15, Florida Southern on Oct. 18, and B arry on Oct. 22. The Panthers will then round out the regular season with senior day on Oct. 25 when the squad faces Palm Beach Atlantic. S hould the Panthers qualify, the SSC Championships will run Nov. 4-9, with host sites and competing teams to be determined based on the final league standings. The NCAA Division II R egional Championships will take place Nov. 13-15. 2014 schedule: http://www.floridatechsports.com/msoccer/schedule/ 2014 schedule (JPG): http://www.floridatechsports.com/m edia/201415/msoccer/Men%27s%20Soccer%20Schedule%202014-01.jpg F or more information,call (321) 6747484.Cadet selected as the Southeast Region Aerospace Cadet of the Year C/SSgt Robert Mallory, of the Palm B ay Cadet Squadron 457, has received several awards during his time with the Civil Air Patrol. He received the Air For ce Association Award for Cadet of the Year for 2014. Cadet Mallory has progressed with his training and promotions, which placed him at the top of his peers. He was then selected to receive the Civil Air Patrol Southeast Region Aerospace Cadet of the Year Award. Cadet M allory was selected from all eligible cadets from five states and Puerto Rico. C adet Mallory continues his training by attending this summers encampment at Camp Blanding, Florida. The w eek of training is to allow the cadets to learn how to become leaders as well as learning skills on how to work as a member of a team. C adet Mallory is currently on the honor roll at his high school. He enhances his Civil Air Patrol training by continuing his high school classes with JROTC, which he has continued for the past three years. Mo re information about the Palm B ay Cadet Squadron 457 can be found at www.rbtechweb.com or contacting M ajor Bosch at rbosch@flwg.us. A lso,visit www.gocivilairpatrol.com or www.capvolunteernow.com for more information.Orthodontist named Orthodontic Provider of the W eek by nonprofitDr Ryan Caudill, DMD, MSD, was r ecently selected to be featured as the Or thodontic Provider of the Week by S miles Change Lives, an international nonprofit that provides access to lifechanging orthodontic treatment to children from low-income families. Dr Caudill joined this unique network in 2010. Each week, Smiles Change Lives recognizes the work of one orthodontic provider, a team of providers or an orthodontic practice, that goes above and beyond the call of duty to support SCLs mission of bringing improved self esteem and healthy, happy smiles to the faces of children in need. C audill Orthodontics was recognized throughout the week of June 9-15 on the Smiles Change Lives website www.smileschangelives.org/oow and the Facebook page, www.facebook.org/smileschangelives. C audill Orthodontics now has two locations in Melbourne and Merritt I sland. To learn more,visit http://www.caudillorthodontics.com/ index.php.D AR members convene at Continental CongressThe nations capital recently welcomed more than 3,500 members of the Daughters of the American Revolution for its 123rd annual Continental C ongress. M embers attending congress were chapter vice regent Jo Solley-Hansen of Melbourne Beach, chapter registrar Me lba Yandel of Satellite Beach and M ichele Gessler Herbeck of Merritt I sland. While at Congress, Ms. SolleyF riday, August 15, 201422Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com Plus expert, on-time installation by experienced in-house professionals who will ensure its done right and design advice from expert, knowledgeable consultants. Even our follow-up is exceptional!The Areas Largest Selection of Marble and Granite Countertops at the Lowest Prices Guaranteed! Heres how our team of in-house experts will install it right the right way! 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& Noble to host a book fair at the West Melbourne location. By using book fair voucher No. 11405628, Barnes & Noble will contribute a percentage of every sale to the BSO. The voucher can also be used to shop online at www.bn.com/bookfairs. F or more information, contact the Brevard Symphony Orchestra at (321) 242-2024 or visit www.BrevardSymphony.com.Auditions for Wait Until DarkW hen her husband is persuaded by a beautiful stranger to transport and hide a mysterious doll, which secretly contains drugs, Susy Hendrix, a blind woman, is caught in a deadly deception by the strangers associates, determined to get the item back at any cost. Chilling and intriguing, the thriller Wait Until Dark, by Frederick Knott and directed by Janet Rubin, is Surfsides presentation for the Halloween season. Auditions are Sunday and Monday, Aug. 17 and 18, at 7 p.m. Needed are one adult woman, one preteen girl, four adult men and two walk-on roles for either gender. Per formance dates are Oct. 17 through Nov. 2. T he Surfside Playhouse is at 301 Ramp Road, Cocoa Beach. More details and audition requirements are posted at www.surfsideplayers.com.Show Chorus open houseT he Platinum Show Chorus of Sweet Adelines International will be having a membership open house, with voice lessons, for three weeks, beginning Sept. 18 and ending Oct. 2. All ladies, who love to sing, are invited to join in for three evenings of fun and harmony. Director Elaine Haugan will instruct you in singing a cappella harmony, barbershop style. F or more information, visit www.platinumcoastchorus.com or call Shirley at (321) 956-0158. T he group rehearses every Thursday evening from 6:30-9:30 at the West Melbourne Recreation Center/Veterans Administration Complex, 2285 Minton Road. 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These delicate plants are admired by many but a lot of people shy away from purchasing them because they think they are hard to grow. This is not really the case. It is true that they require some attention but then again, most other plants do also. The first step is to decide what plant y ou would like to bring home. African violets come in several colors and some varieties have variegated leaves. As with most flowering plants, it is a good idea to buy plants that have some buds that not yet have opened. M ake sure the leaves look healthy and green. Once you purchase your new plant, you need to transplant it into a different pot. Be sure to choose a pot that is designed for African violets. A r egular flowerpot is too deep. Be sure to purchase a potting soil that is designed for African violets. You also should purchase some small pebbles or stones. You will also need a saucer to place under the pot. After you have purchased your plants and the supplies you will need, its time to do the fun part. Fill your African violet pot about half full with soil and place the newly purchased plant centered in the pot. Fill the r emainder of the space with more soil. P at the soil down slightly and then add a little more soil to top off the pot. Once your plant is situated, you can add a couple of Jobes plant spikes to the mix. Now, here comes the tricky part. Water your plants by placing tepid water in the plant saucer you purchased. Place the pot in the saucer and allow it to absorb the water for about an hour. Do not water the plant from the top or allow water to touch the leaves. S ince African violets are native to Africa, they require a humid environment in which to thrive. You can use y our saucer to help raise the humidity around your plant. You can achieve this by first placing small stones in the bottom of the saucer. Now, place your pot in the saucer and level the rocks so the pot remains steady. Now, put some water in the water but be sure the water does not completely cover the stones or touches the bottom of the pot. This water will enhance the humidity around the plant and ensure that it remains happy. Check the plant every few days and water as needed. Always use the above-mentioned method for watering and do not water from the top. 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. GAR DEN NOOKJOE ZELENAK OutF rom page 20


Ha nsen, Ms. Yandel and Ms. Herbeck attended multiple business sessions, the membership forums, the Founders Club reception and dinner and the memorial service. O ther honorees recognized during the week-long event included exceptional students and those committed to education, such as the national American History Essay Contest winners, the DAR Good Citizens, the American History Scholarship winner and the Outstanding Teacher of American History. To learn more about the work of todays DAR,visit www.DAR.org or connect with DAR on social media at facebook.com/Todays DAR, twitter.com/Todays DAR and y outube.com/TodaysDAR. There are six DAR chapters in Brevard County. Contact Debbie Plaag,regent for more information at www.commodorejohnbarrydar.com.Agency recognized as a Best in Business agency achieverT ed Todd Insurance Agency was recognized by The Allstate Corporation as one of two Best in Business agency achievers in the state of Florida for 2013. The annual recognition is based on year-over-year business growth and meeting specific management objectives. T ed A. Todd formed Ted Todd Insurance Agency 28 years ago. It is now one of the largest Allstate exclusive agencies in the country, with seven locations and 60 insurance professionals located in Lee, Sarasota, Breva rd and Palm Beach counties. The agency provides home, auto, motorcycle, renters, umbrella and boat insurance products to more than 30,000 customers in Bonita Springs, C ape Coral, Estero, Fort Myers, Lehigh Ac re s, N aples, Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, Sarasota, Del Ray, Viera, Indian H arbour Beach, Melbourne, Satellite B each, Palm Bay, and Boca Raton. F or more information,visit http://www.TedToddInsurance.com or call 866-760-3999.Coalition to conduct health c are needs assessmentAs a next step in the plan to reduce the number of traffic injury and fatality crashes among Floridas growing aging population, the Florida Department of Transportation has awarded SRA Research Group, a solution-based consultant, a research project Assessment of Health Care Providers and O lder Adult Service Organizations to assist in the Prevention and Early Re cognition of Floridas At-Risk Drivers. SRA has worked with numerous state and county agencies in Florida and has extensive experience with leading health care networks in Florida and around the country. It is also recognized for its work with needs assessments in services for older adults, as w ell as with adults, 50 and older. This health care needs assessment will support the efforts of the Safe M obility for Life Coalition, a multi-disciplinary group established by the FDOT to address the transportation safety and mobility needs of our aging population. This research project will be completed in March 2015 and results will be used by the SMFLC to develop outr each and educational materials for health care professionals and service providers to assist aging at-risk drivers within their own communities. To learn more about the Safe Mobility for Life Coalition,visit www.FLsams.org.P olice chiefs honor officers, agencies for outstanding serviceThe Florida Police Chiefs AssociationF riday, August 15, 201424Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com 094726 $7995Managers SpecialUp to 5 Qts of Synthetic Oil change, Rotate T ires, Wash Car &T op Off Fluids 103877 Y oull be surprised what you can do from the pull downMost of the time, when I get calls for computer help I can usually figure out how to fix things out instinctively. Why? Well because I examine the contents of the different menus looking for the option that will most likely get me closer to my goal (while keeping in mind whatever it is Im trying to do). As an added bonus, just about every program out there that has pull down menus have Help listed as the last one to the right. So by the time I get to the last pull down menu I can always open that programs help file and do a search on what Im trying to do. The help file will then list all the topics that contain whatever words I searched on and from there I can usually figure out how to take the next step. Lets take a look at this in an example. Lets say Im writing my column with a typical word processing program and I wanted to make the next line that I type bold and larger. Lets also say that I only have a very basic understanding of computers. At this point I have two choices, I can stare at the screen with a blank expression and then call Bob (whos pretty good with computers) and ask him or, I can start looking around the screen for something that may help me reach my goal. As I move my mouse (and my eyes) around the screen I notice a couple of things; first at the top of the screen, above where the words are being typed, there are (often) rows pull down menus and buttons available. And, as I move my mouse slowly over the buttons, little boxes pop up telling me what each button does. When I click on the File option it opens (or pulls down) and I can see all of the commands that are available that have to do with Filing. As I move my mouse to the right, the File pull down menu closes and the Edit menu opens displaying all of the commands available for editing. Next the View pull down menu opens and then the I nsert menu opens. As each menu opens I look at all the options available and for each one I ask myself does this option look like it will help me change my text to bold and larger? And as each menu does not present an option I go on to the next one eventually getting to the Format pull down menu. When Format opens, I see it lists B ullets and numbering Borders and shading and whats this? Font?? Hmmm. Let me think Im trying to change the formatting of my text and text is made up of fonts, Thinking I may be on the right track, I click the Fonts option and a screen opens that allows me to change the characteristics of the type. Bingo! Exactly what I am looking for! It says I am typing in Times New Roman, Regular, Si ze 12. I change the specs to Times N ew Roman, Bold, Size 14, click OK and voila! My typing is now larger and darker. O k, so, that rather tame demonstration is just an example of how intuitive computing works; at no time did I ever get the urge to go get a book or call tech support for help, I kept in mind what I was trying to do and, after seeing what options were available, discovered the answer on my own. Instinctively. Now, I know what a lot of you are thinking; that the things you have trouble doing are far more complex than just changing the characteristics of text, how can this possibly help me? And to that I answer the lesson is not in how to change the font size, the lesson is where to go for your answers! N otice that the pull down menus I looked at were all within the program I was using. You should look at the menus and options available within the program where you are stuck. Also notice that each pull down menu is a category; all filing options are under F ile and we found our Font options under the Format pull down menu. That was no coincidence. I would have been very surprised to find the F onts option under the File pull down menu but starting at File and moving to the right covers all the bases and r apidly gets you familiar with all the menus available. S ean McCarthy fixes computers.He can be reached at (888) 752-9049 or help@ComputeThisOnline.com (no hyphens). CO MPUTE THISSE AN MCCARTHY NotesF rom page 22 See NOTES, page 25


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Here are a few of the ones I really liked and want to tell you about. The PutterWheel (www.putterwheel.com) is a training aid that immediately tells you of mishits with y our putter. Instead of hitting your putts, the wheel will teach you to r oll putts. This makes for more consistent distance control and direction on putts. Ey eLoc Head Gear ( www.eyeloc.com ) is a trainer that shows you how much head movement you have on any shot or putting stroke. You wear the EyeLoc just as you would a pair of sunglasses, then adjust the dials to slide the lenses until you see one sharp vertical line at the ball. If your head moves at all, you will know it as the line moves. The same line also shows y ou how square your clubface is to y our head and sight line. While the EyeLoc works very well with putts, it also helps on full shots and chips. Your head will almost always move on full shots, but with this trainer you will know if you are moving too much in any direction. If you are looking for a glove that can withstand the sweating we do from the humidified heat. Maybe y ou should try the Hirzl Glove ( www.hirzl.com). Hir zl makes gloves, and only gloves. This dedication has led to the development of a glove that features the ultimate breathability and moisture management, tear strength, water repellency, form consistency, perspiration resistance and more. I usually go through two or three gloves during a summer round. The Hir zl glove not only lasted all 18 holes, but looked ready to tackle more. The initial investment is more, but these gloves last much longer and stand up to hand washing, keeping them fresh throughout their life. We all know when we hit a good shot. Our problem is knowing what is was that we did correctly. This is where Zepp Labs (www.zepp.com ) latest sensor comes in handy. The sensor is just over an inch square and less than one-half inch thick. It fits onto the back of your glove and connects wirelessly to a mobile device such as a smart phone, tablet, or iPod. Each swing transmits data on speed, swing plane, tempo, backswing position, and hip rotation, and then gives you a swing score. Your results are immediately displayed. Y ou can replay your swing right on y our mobile device, check it against other swings in your history, and compare it to a pro's swing. You also see your trends and stats. It's a great tool for showing you where your swing needs help and where you are r ight on. Golfers love knowing the distance to the green. The new Golf Buddy VS4 (www.gpsgolfbuddy.com ) gives y ou the information you need stuffed into a small package. The VS4 can be clipped onto your hat, your belt or your bag. There is even a silicone watch band that allows you to wear it on your wrist. W ith the click of a button you will hear the distance to the front, center and back of the green. The unit is water resistant, comes preloaded with over 37,000 courses, automatically knows what hole you are on and can even measure your shot distances. Best of all, there are no fees involved. Your initial cost is y our only cost. The latest rage in grips is those ov er-size putter grips. One of the more unique and better grips that I have tried comes from Garsen Golf ( www.garsengolf.com ). The G-Pro Max grip features a twosided design that places your hands in a position where the palms face each other and the wrists are in a neutral position. This turns your elbows into your body and sets your shoulders back, relieving arm and shoulder tension. For me it has worked wonderfully and my stroke is more consistent and solid. F inally, for the men out there who hate when their thighs or something just above gets hot, sweaty, and irritated, I would like to introduce 2UNDR (2undr.com). These wonderful boxer briefs feature the Joey P ouch which is a soft, comfortable environment for your most valuable assets. The pouch delivers the perfect fit while preventing unwanted skin contact. The fast-drying, breathable fabrics used reduce heat buildup and can reduce body temperatures by 3 to 6 degrees. J ames Stammer has been an avid golfer and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years.He hosts the Thursday Night G olf Show on WSTU 1450-AM. Contact him at stammergolf@yahoo.com. GOLFJAMES STAMMER has announced that it has honored several law enforcement officers and agencies for outstanding service and acts of bravery. The officers and agencies received their awards recently, during the FPCAs 62nd Annual Installation and A wards Banquet, held in conjunction with the associations Summer Training Conference. The FPCA presented a total of eight awards, including the Lee McGehee P olice Officer of the Year Awards, the R ocky Pomerance Excellence in Policing Awards, the FPCA Presidents Choice Award and the FPCA Directors Choice Award. The FPCA established the Lee McGehee Police Officer of the Year Awards in 1998 to recognize police officers who have demonstrated exceptional achievement and shown a genuine commitment to their profession, their agency and the public they serve. The R ocky Pomerance Awards recognize excellence in policing and encourage the sharing of best practices and programs developed to address community problems, enhancing the agencies in the eyes of their respective communities. Both awards are bestowed to recipients from small, medium and large agencies. The Rocky Pomerance Excellence in P olicing Award was given to the Port C anaveral Police Department. Recognizing the Port Authoritys need for a heightened standard of security, the Po rt C anaveral Police Department grew to 30 sworn officers and 70 employees over the last five years, assuming oversight of all law enforcement and security operations within the port. The department embraces its r ole as a nontraditional law enforcement agency, specially trained to provide both maritime security and traditional law enforcement. The FPCA is the fourth largest state police chiefs association in the nation and is composed of more than 750 of the states top law enforcement executives. FPCA serves municipal police departments, airport police, college and university police, private business and security firms, as well as federal, state and county law enforcement agencies. The FPCA has members repr esenting every region of the state.V olleyball head coach spends week training in AtlantaF lorida Tech head coach Amy OBrien recently attended the NCAA W omen Coaches Academy in Atlanta, Georgia. The training session ran from J une 23-27. The NCAA Women Coaches Academy is open to coaches of all experience levels, and offers non-sport-specific program management strategies. The academy also focuses on philosophy development, and skill building in such areas as planning, communication, ethics, supervising staff, and achieving success. In addition to skill development, the W omen Coaches Academy has two other objectives in retention, and mentoring and collaboration. Mo re than 30 academies have taken place since the first WCA session inNotesF rom page 24 See NOTES, page 26


F riday, August 15, 201426Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com 321-632-9538 1-800-423-7424786935 W AAIRCONDITIONING&HEATINGSPECIALISTS License #CAC018962 Certified Electrical Contractor Lic#EC13002439 Electrical Alterations &R epairs Mobile Home Pedestals R epairs or Replacement We Service AllMakes Sales Service Parts Installation Emergency Service Available Free EstimatesOn New InstallationsW eirich Air$200 Discount on Purchase of a new 13 SEER unit with this adMust be presented upon signature of contract 10 Year Parts Warranty on ACUnits Not good with any other discounts Expires 8/30/14 321-768-2797HUGESELECTIONOFPALMSOPEN7 DAYSAWEEK Mon-Sat. 9-5 SUN 11-42460 MALABARRD PALMBAY (1/4 mile west of US1) FRUITTREESNavel Valencia Ambersweet Murcott (honey) v ariegated pink ruby red grapefruit3 ACRESOFPALMS!THEPALMHOUSE 787059 787116Church helps families gear up for school Photos courtesy of Terry HartMore than 6,000 Space Coast residents and more than 5 00 volunteers gathered at CenterPointe Church in Palm Bay Saturday, Aug. 9 for the churchs fourth annual Back 2 School Festival, in which Hometown News was one of many local sponsors. More than 250 free haircuts were provided, as well as 2,300 backpacks, plus 150 additional vouchers, for local students in need. The event also featured a shuttle service, dental and eye screenings, scoliosis checks, sports physicals, food, crafts, bounce houses and face-painting, among other activities. 2003. The WCA and The Huddle are considered the premier educational opportunities for women coaches in the NCAA. F or more information,visit http://www.allianceofwomencoaches.org/ncaa-women-coaches-academy/ or call (321) 674-7484.See NOTES, page 27NotesF rom page 25


Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, August 15, 201427 095267 T rishCampbell Home Auto Boat Motorcycle We issue FR44s and SR22s immediately with payment plan!979 Croton Road MELBOURNE241-4880melbourne.greatflorida.com6255 Minton Rd NE P ALMBAY241-4881palmbay1.greatflorida.com Cell: (561)376-0177 Office (321) 215-0033r ina.patel@olympichomes.com Email: soldbyrina@gmail.comRina J.Patel,MBA094752 445 5th Avenue Indialantic,Fl 32903 Home Sweet Home 4 bedroom with bonus room & office 3 baths several upgrades $324,900 W. MelbourneCall me now to list y our property 787138 QWh at are the rights ofthe holder ofa tax certificate?Answer: When real property taxes are not paid, the tax collector rarely sues the property owner. Instead, the tax collector collects the taxes by selling tax certificates at an auction. Tax certificates provide a first lien on the property, bear interest, and give the holder the possibility ofobtaining title to the property. T ax certificates give the holder a first lien on the subject property, superior to most liens (including mortgages), and equal only to other governmental liens. A tax lien cannot be extinguished by a mortgage foreclosure judgment. T ax certificates bear interest up to 18% per year until paid off. I will discuss the bidding process and how the interest rate is determined in the next article. T ax certificates can be redeemed (paid off) by paying the tax collector the amount ofthe certificate plus accrued interest. The certificate holder is not allowed to have any contact with the owner ofthe property or otherwise try to collect from property o wner. Ifa certificate is not redeemed, a certificate holder can apply for a tax deed sale after holding the certificate for two years. I will discuss tax deeds in later articles. Michael E. Dujovne, Esq., ofVolk Law Offices,P.A.,practices in the areas ofreal estate, b usiness and civil litigation.His office is located at 1901 S.Harbor City Blvd.,Suite 700,Melbourne,FL 32901.His telephone number is (321) 726-8338. T he 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,P.A.No attorney-client relationship is intended or created as a result ofmatters discussed here.Volk Law Offices, P .A.and its attorneys and other employees make no representations or warranties with respect to the matters addressed.Seek legal advice about your specific needs from an experienced attorney before signing any legal papers. Rights of Tax Certificate Holders094736 094735 ObituariesK ellie Shaw KillickK ellie Shaw Killick, 48, of Melbourne, died Saturday, July 19, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation & Funeral Care, Melbourne.Cecil Eugene LovettC ecil Eugene Lovett, 81, of Melbourne, died Friday, July 25, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation & Funeral Care, Melbourne.Silvia E. OlsenS ilvia E. Olsen, 85, of West Melbourne, died Monday, July 28, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation & Funeral Care, Melbourne.T rinidad Rivera Jr.Tr inidad Rivera Jr., 40, of Melbourne, died Tuesday, July 29, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation & Funeral Care, Melbourne.Jack William WaddellJ ack William Waddell, 90, of West M elbourne, died Tuesday, July 29, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation & Funeral Care, Melbourne.Julia KelleyJ ulia Kelley, 82, of Melbourne, died W ednesday, July 30, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation & Funeral Care, Melbourne.George W. VicarsGeorge W. Vicars, 74, of Melbourne, died Thursday, July 31, 2014. Arrangements were by Davis Seawinds Funeral Home & Crematory, M elbourne.Edward Joseph KurjackE dward Joseph Kurjack, 76, of Melbourne, died Saturday, Aug. 2, 2014. Arrangements were by Davis Seawinds Funeral Home & Crematory, M elbourne.Shirley Ann WalleySh irley Ann Walley, 78, of West Melbourne, died Saturday, Aug. 2, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation & Funeral Care, Palm Bay.Olga de BustiO lga de Busti, 95, of Melbourne, died M onday, Aug. 4, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation & Funeral Care, Melbourne. Recent study shows new D NA-lengthening therapy could double human lifespanHa rv ard-trained neurosurgeon Dr. C. Norman Shealy develops an innov ative new therapy that challenges the phenomenon of aging. F or the first time, he has shown in a clinical study that telomeres can be r egenerated in healthy people and plans to release results of the Bliss Oils study in August. Science has established that people who have longer telomeres, the tips of strands of human DNA, live longer lives and are less susceptible to some diseases. It is the natural lifelong r eduction in the length and integrity of the DNA tips that has been a challenge for researchers, until now. R enowned pain expert, holistic healer and longevity researcher Dr. Shealy had 30 participants in his study, who, for 30-60 minutes a day, reclined on a therapeutic mattress, designed by himself, which used a Tesla coil to create an electromagnetic field over the mattress, resonating at the human DNA frequency of 54-78 GHz. I nstead of losing 1 percent of telomere length per year, 70 percent of the studys participants increased their telomere lengths an average of 3-4 percent per-year, over the 5-yearstudy. Sustained re-growth of telomeres at these rates has the potential to double the lifespan of healthy people. In A ugust, he will present results of the Bliss Oils study that explores the possibility that certain essential oil blends may produce the same telomere growth rate that the resonating electromagnetic mattress produced in the study. Dr. Shealy formulated the oil blends, called Bliss Oils, which work by being applied to certain r egions of the body connected by five energetic acupuncture circuits, which Dr Shealy refers to as The Five Rings that help balance our elemental energies. V isit www.normshealy.com.NotesF rom page 26


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P ersonal Property consisting of items used around the garage or in or outside the home or wor kplace, clothing, dishes glassware, furniture, and other misc. items.Purchases must be paid for all the point of sales in CASH only.All items sold as is, where is, and must be removed within 48 hours from time of sale.Sales Subject to cancellation in the event of settlement between o wner and obligated party.Will be Sold by Competitive Bidding in at: 1450 N Wickham Rd Melbourne, FL 32962 A uction Date:8/26/2014 9:00 pm Unit # Name 0205 Whitney Kitchen 0232 Kisha Missick 0234 Lauren Smith 0248 Joseph Kuzma 0293 Arlene Alvarado 0333 Rhonda Staudenmaier 0364 Dorthy Stoll 0438 Tracy DePaola 1001 John Dayton Jr. 1008 Ann McClellan 1015 John McKinney 3006 Kristi Caldwell 3015 Lea Pipithsuksunt 4017 Laqwanda Bowser 6009 Degenerio Isom 6015 David Poole 6033 Kelly Mattus 6051 Jessica Picco 6069 Vivilynn Suarez 6075 Christopher Harp 6081 Julia Quistad 7028 Diane Reuben 7040 Sarah Appel Pubs:8/8/14 & 8/15/14 CHAIN SAW, 18Craftsman, electric, 4 HP, very little use, $60 239-220-1171 Palm Bay TYPEWRITER,VERY nice, electric, excellent condition, $35 321-729-8732 Melbourne HONEY BEES, small sw arm in big bird house, 6above ground, FREE 321-725-3738 Palm Bay JA CKS,PAIR, 3 ton, new in box, $25 obo 321-729-6584 Palm Bay LOVE SEAT,PVC with cushions, end table and coffee table $75, 321-327-7399 Melbourne MOVING BOXES, Used, good condition, including 2 wardrobe, FREE 928-474-9144 (I.H.B.) 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