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106871 INDEXClassified23 Crossword 19 MMB 9 Horoscopes 15 Obituaries 23 Out & About15 P olice Report 5 V iewpoint 6 MELBOURNEWEST MELBOURNE V ol. 11, No. 8www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, Sept. 12, 2014 GOL FING20Revisiting golf courses brings back memories MEMORIES PA WS AT THE PIERPups aplenty at this years P aws at the Pier event ENTERTAINMENT 15 MUSIC 21Blake Shelton will be one of the headliners at the 2 015 Runaway Country Music Festival COU NTRY MUSIC PET OF THE WEEK 7T hese two pups enjoy snuggling and playing tug o war BUCK AND HEIDIFRIDAY, SEPT 12 September calendar of events: The Suntree/ V iera Public Library, 902 Jor dan Blass Drive, Melbourne, will present the following events in September: Friday, Sept. 12 and 26, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The TG IF Piecemakers will meet. If you are interested in quilting, come and join in. Fridays, Sept. 12 and 19, 1:30-3:30 p.m. Dr awing and painting class by Richard B urstrom. Cost is $5 per class. Bring your own supplies. Fridays, Sept. 12, 19 and 26 Learn Spanish for fun! Saturday, Sept. 13, 9:30-11 a.m. Western civilization course, taught by George Richards, PhD. Cost is $5. Saturday, Sept. 13, 11a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Do y ou enjoy working with polymer clay? Join the S pace Coast Polymer Clay group. Mondays, Sept. 15, 22 and 29, 3-4:30 p.m. Talk to Jessica about Essential Oils!Community CalendarSee CALENDAR, page 2Search for new fire chief presses on A worthy cause BREVARD Brevard County officials announced that Assistant Fire Chief Mark Schollmeyer would serve as the interim Brevard C ounty Fire Rescue Chief, following the termination of Chief Larry Collins earlier this month. I nterim Chief Schollmeyer, a 25-year-veteran with Brevard County Fire Rescue, started as a r ecruit and worked his way up through the r anks, becoming lieutenant, a district chief and assistant chief, said county spokesman Don W alker. The search to find a new chief could take anywhere from four to six months, officials said. Mr. Walker said that former Chief Collins was fired, as a result of differing operational opinions and practices, with county officials. The bottom line on why Chief Collins was letPhoto by Paul LepinskieOn behalf of Waste Management, Amy Boyson, community relations manager for Waste Management, donated $1,000 for a ride-along with one of the officers pictured and a ride-along with Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey during this years Brevard Womens Expo. Pictured, in no particular order, are Officer Anthony Holland of the Satellite Beach Police Department, Dep. Cpl. Dave Jacobs of BCSO, Commander Mark Renkens of the Melbourne Police Department, Deputy Jay Martinez of BCSO, Officer Steve Owens and K9 Astor of the Satellite Beach Police Department and Deputy Chief Marc Claycomb of the Palm Bay Police Department. The auction r aised big bucks for the Childrens Hunger Project.Bulldog spirit to shine at Melbourne HighMELBOURNE Calling all B ulldogs: The 10th annual MelH igh Alumni Reception is set for Friday, Sept. 19 from 5 to 7 p .m. in the Melbourne High School auditorium. The gathering will take place prior to the homecoming game and will include food, raffle prizes and a performance by the high school band. The event is organized by the M elbourne High Parent T eacher Organization (PTO), and volunteer Claudia W etherell said she expects more than 100 attendees again this year. F or a number of years, Ms. W etherell has taken on the task of collecting donations, and due to her hard work, there is no cost to attend the popular r eception. Local merchants have agreed to supply the food and raffle prizes. G oing out and getting donations has been fantastic, Ms. W etherell said. This is what I call hometown news, when a community comes together and does all of this. M elbourne High School has a r ich history, dating back to 1919 in a building on New Ha ven Avenue that is now the H enegar Center for the Performing Arts. M elbourne High School was one of the very first high schools in our area, Ms. W etherell said. We now have many high schools, but none of them have the history like M el High does. And that is the main reason she believes a yearly reception is warranted. Ms. Wetherell is a 1961 graduate of Melbourne High and stays in touch with alumni, spanning a range of graduation years like the Gerlits family. N ancy Gerlits-Bossie ranks second in the Gerlits four-generation line-up of Melbourne H igh School graduates. H er mother, Nannie Gerlits, graduated in 1934; Ms. GerlitsB ossie graduated in 1963; Gerlits-Bossies two children graduated in the 1980s; and her two By Chris FishF or Hometown News See CHIEF, page 8By Amy LyonF or Hometown News See BULLDOGS, page 11

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H ospice, Every Day is Veterans Day will feature a keynote address by Brig. Gen. Wilma L. Vaught, USAF, retired. The brigadier general will present, C alled to Serve: A History of Women in the Military. N umerous veterans and military organizations will be represented at the event, which will also include a color guard, music, refreshments, door Tuesday, Sept. 16, 3-5 p.m. Fr iends of the Suntree/Viera Library will have its monthly meeting. Wednesday, Sept. 17, 1-3 p.m. Sitn-Stitch Group: If you crochet, knit, cross stitch, or embroider or would like to learn, bring your current project and join in. Fridays, Sept. 19, 10 a.m. to noon, and Sept. 26, 2-4 p.m. Western civilization course, taught by George Richards, PhD. Cost is $5. Wednesday, Sept. 24, 10 a.m. to noon Suntree/Viera Library Book Club will discuss House Girl, by Tara C onklin. Ev ents at the Suntree/Viera Public Library are in the meeting room in the lobby unless otherwise noted. F or more information,call (321) 255-4404. Every Day is Veterans DaySept. 12: One Senior Place will present E very Day is Veterans Day at 8085 Sp yglass Hill Road, in Viera, on Friday, S ept. 12 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. A dmission is free. C o-sponsored by VITAS InnovativeF riday, September 12, 20142Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com 099754 Conference designed to aid veteran-owned businesses BREVARD Local veterans will r eceive a boost in business, following an upcoming conference at Eastern F lorida State College in Melbourne. The colleges Small Business Development Center will host its annual V eterans Conference Wednesday, S ept. 17 at the King Center for the Performing Arts Melbourne campus, with a focus on making veteran-owned businesses succeed, a spokesman for the college said. C onference organizer, Sandy Pfrimmer, said that the event is designed help those in the military better transition to civilian life. Bre va rd has a large number of veteran-run businesses, and we want those companies to grow and prosper, she said. The conference can help that happen by providing veterans with information and giving them the opportunity to connect with experts, who can give them valuable insights with their business needs. J ohn Glisch, associate vice president of communications at Eastern Florida S tate College, said that the conference would include these topics: how companies can get their Service Disabled V eteran Owned Small Business verification; a discussion about new veteran initiatives in Central Florida, including Br evard, with members of the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority, which operates Orlando International Airport; as well as a banking panel that would offer advice on how veterans can finance their own business. A ccording to the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans, the state of F lorida featured more than 5,000 homeless veterans in the year 2013. S tatistics also showed that Florida, C alifornia and New York featured more than 66 percent of the nations homeless veterans in 2013. Mr. Glisch said that the conference is one of the largest of its kind in Central F lorida, with about 100 companies and organizations expected to participate. This years keynote speaker is Moses Har vin, president and CEO of American Services Technology, Inc., a company that has support contracts with the U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Mar ines, U.S. Department of Defense and NASA. Mr. Harvin, a Gulf War veteran, founded the Rockledge-based organization. A ccording to reports, nearly 850 veterans are currently enrolled at Eastern F lorida State College, with the center providing services to help them in the classroom, as well as their private lives. The conference will run from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and is sponsored by F lorida T oday, American Services Technology, Inc ., Craig Technologies and Harris C orporation. A ttendance is $50 and includes breakfast, a mid-morning snack and workshop materials. F or more information,contact Sandy Pfrimmer at (321) 433-5570. The Sept. 5 edition contained an error. In the article titled Memorial Jam event to honor local musician, the eventshould have been listed as the Samuel D. Gorman Memorial Jam, also known as Sam Jam. H ometown News r egrets the error. Correction CalendarF rom page 1 See CALENDAR, page 3By Chris Fishcfish@hometownnewsol.com

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NE PALM BAY(321)984-1991 788021Full Electrical, Mechanical, Fuel Systems Diagnostics and Repair Mobile Service, Boat On Trailer Or Dockside Gas / Diesel Professional, Certified Marine Technician$25 OFF LABORFIRSTSERVICEWe Provide Quality Work At AReasonable Price 100% Guaranteed 106911 Inaugural gala, fundraiser to support swim scholarshipsBREVARD Since May 2010, one local organization has championed the mission of teaching the importance of water safety for little ones. S wim Safe Forever, which provides water safety education and scholarships for these lessons, will host its inaugural Blast to the Past gala on S aturday, Sept. 13 from 8 p.m. to midnight at the Tides in Satellite Beach. T ickets are $35 per person or $60 per couple. The Blast to the Past gala allows folks to travel back to a time when they last wore that special dress or suit that may never come back into style. The night will be filled with music, dancing, hors doeuvres and a great time with friends. Car men Glasser of Swim Safe Forever said that she has had the idea for the gala for several years, but has not had the opportunity to put it into action until now. W e have been hosting a Water Safety D ay and a 5K since 2010, but do not currently have any other fundraising opportunities, she said. I love the idea of the gala because its a chance for a date night or a time to dance with friends. There really are not many options, in our little town, to throw on a nice dress and dance the night away. F unds raised during the inaugural B last to the Past gala will help SSF provide more scholarships for survival swim lessons. The cost of tuition paid to the instructor can depend on your location and instructor, Mrs. Glasser said. R ates range from $60 to $75 per week. S ome instructors offer discounts for siblings, active duty military and for first responders. S wim Safe Forevers goal for the inaugural ball is to raise $5,000, which will further supplement a grant the organization received from the Department of Health. W e were able to assist families in obtaining survival swim lessons that they otherwise would not have been able to afford, Mrs. Glasser said. We hope to provide the same level of scholarships next season, if not more. W ater safety for children of all ages is of the utmost importance to SSF. D ro wning kills more children than car accidents in the state of Florida, and yet, most of us would not dream of putting our children in a vehicle without the proper child safety restraints, Mrs. Glasser said. We need to be as diligent with drowning prevention. In addition to out-of-the-water precautions, such as pool fences, door alarms and other forms of security, survival swim lessons are another layer of protection that equip children with the skills necessary to save their own lives. I t s also important to note that no child is drown-proof, Mrs. Glasser added. Regardless of skill level, injuries can happen, such as a fall into a pool. And there is nothing that can r eplace constant, competent adult supervision. The lessons that SSF provides, however, do play a crucial role in saving the lives of tenacious little ones, who find themselves in a compromising and dangerous situation. In addition to a great time with friends, the Blast to the Past gala will include one drink ticket or two nonalcoholic drinks, a memory glass and goodie bag. There will also be a professional-run photo booth by Molly De mpsey Photography and a gala K ing and Queen. Y ou should attend this event if you love to have a great time, Mrs. Glasser said. If you love to support great causes and want to make a difference in our community, reach back into your closet and Blast to the Past. S wim Safe Forever will host the inaugural Blast to the Past gala on Saturday, Sept. 13 from 8 p.m. to midnight at the Tides in Satellite Beach. T ickets are $35 per person or $60 per couple. F or more information,visit www.facebook.com/events/755631027831957/.By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com prizes and information for veterans. While an R.S.V.P. is not required, attendees are encouraged to call (321) 751-6771, so that organizers can fully accommodate the expected large turnout. K eynote speaker Brig. Gen. Vaught is one of the most highly-decorated women in American military history. M ilitary accomplishments aside, her most lasting contributions may be those related to the establishment of the Women in Military Service for America Memorial at Arlington N ational Cemetery. A dditional information is available on the One Senior Place website at www.OneSeniorPlace.com. News from the King Center: C alling all artists, who are interested in participating in the second annual Cultural Arts Showcase, on Sunday, Sept. 21 from noon to 6 p.m. Booth space is still available. The deadline to register for space is S ept. 12. V isitors at the Cultural Arts Showcase will have a chance to learn about and experience the cultural arts along the S pace Coast.CalendarF rom page 2 See CALENDAR, page 5

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BREVARD Attention Space Coast veterans: be sure to check out a one-ofa-kind event this Friday, where the focus of the event is solely on you. One Senior Place will host the second annual Every Day is Veterans Day on Fr iday, Sept. 12 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event, which is free, is cosponsored by VITAS Innovative Hospice and will feature a keynote address by retired Br igadier General Wilma L. Vaught of the United States Air Force. This is our second annual event, said Kathi Ridner, director of One S enior Place. The idea for this event originated last year with VITAS. They have a Veterans Liaison program that provides support to help veterans stay at home and specifically assists veterans and their families with the process of applying for VA pensions, compensation and other benefits. N umerous veterans and military organizations will be represented at this y ears Every Day is Veterans Day event, and there will also be a color guard, music, refreshments, door prizes and information for veterans. Ms. Ridner said that some door prizes include gift certificates to local restaur ants and stores, gift baskets and a variety of other items. This event is designed as a special tribute to honor and remember the service and sacrifice of our veterans, past and present, Ms. Ridner said. Our keynote speaker this year, Brig. Gen. W ilma Vaught will present Call to Serve: the History of Women in the Military. Ms. Ridner added that Brig. Gen. V aughts military accomplishments are extraordinary; however, her most significant contributions are her successful efforts related to the Women in Military Ser vice for America Memorial at Arlington National Cemetery. W e ve invited a number of nonprofit veteran organizations that will provide information about all of the valuable r esources and programs they provide, Ms. Ridner said. The program will also include Bugles Across America, a color guard procession, patriotic music provided by VITAS Innovative Hospice and a visit by the City of Melbourne Pipe and Drum Band. J ust one of dozens of events hosted annually by One Senior Place, Every D ay is Veterans Day is sure to be a great event for all servicemen and women to attend. This event will bring a sense of pride of being an America and the feeling of gratitude for the sacrifice and the service of those that have faithfully served our country, Ms. Ridner said. One Senior Place and VITAS Innovative Hospice will also co-host a followup presentation, The Best Kept Secrets of Veterans Benefits on Friday, Sept. 26. There will be limited seating for this event, so RSVPs are currently being taken. E very Day is Veterans Day, co-hosted by One Senior Place and VITAS Innov ative Hospice Care, is Friday, Sept. 12 at One Senior Place in Viera. The free event is from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. One Senior Place is located at 8085 Sp yglass Hill Road, Viera. F or more information,visit www.OneS eniorPlace.com.F riday, September 12, 20144Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com Please RSVPto321-729-4243201 Fourth Ave. Indialantic, FL BodyWiseSpecialists.com105372 Fall Into Fabulous at Bodywise Specialists!with SculptraAesthetic and Dysport ONE NIGHTSPECIAL!Thursday, September 25th at 5pmBuy 3 Vials of SculptraGet One FREE PLUS one area of DysportFREE($1,050 in savings to you)Limited spaces available for this VIP event Our Sales Teams are Red Hot! If you have outside sales experience we w ould like to meet you. 788100We 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.When Youre HOT! Y oure HOT! 788097V ISIT OUR CLASSIFIED PAGESFOR GREAT DEALS AND UNIQUE OFFERINGS.Bargains, Merchandise, Employment Opportunities, Real Estate Rentals & Sales, Autos, Boats & more!T he smart way to shop! Keepinit local in your HAVE C ONFIDENCE WHEN USING YOUR L OCAL P APER! Unique event to focus on veterans programs Brig. Gen. Wilma L. VaughtBy Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com

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Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 12, 20145 788088 Melbourne Police Department Roger D. Reinheart, 47, address unknown, was charged Aug. 29 with larceny and possession of drug paraphernalia. David Donald Kennedy, 35, of 1070 L uminary Circle, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 30 with felony battery by strangulation-domestic violence. Darrian Jasante Beard, 22, of 815 F ee Ave. S., Melbourne, was charged S ept. 1 with petit larceny, dealing in stolen property and fraud-giving a false statement of ownership to a secondhand property dealer. Willie Dockett, 26, of 123 Primrose Lane, Melbourne, was charged Sept. 1 with unarmed robbery by sudden snatching and felony battery. Jonathan Gary Hubble, 40, address unknown, was charged Sept. 1 with unarmed robbery by sudden snatching. Brooke C. Kato, 25, of 123 Primrose Lane, Melbourne, was charged Sept. 1 with unarmed robbery by sudden snatching and felony battery. Kenneth Michael ONeill, 19, of 2860 Locksley Road, Melbourne, was charged Sept. 1 with aggravated battery causing bodily harm. Robert Douglas Willhide, 57, address unknown, was charged Sept. 2 with petit larceny. Deandrae Grate, 28, of 2421 Stone S t. E., Melbourne, was charged Sept. 3 with aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon. Amanda Michelle Mills, 22, of 2500 S. Fairway Drive, Melbourne, was charged Sept. 4 with criminal mischief-property damage, resisting arrest without violence and three counts of felony on-site violation of probation. Hope Vanessa Small, 38, of 1011 Br others Ave., Melbourne, was charged S ept. 4 with possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia and felony battery.Brevard County Sheriffs Office Stacy Renee Bierlein, 37, of 1244 K athwood Drive, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 29 with fraud-attempting to use the identification of another, forgery-altering a public record certificate, fraud-giving false identification to a law enforcement officer, driving while license suspended/revoked, felony failure to appear and two counts of failure to appear. Scott Douglas Dadisman, 45, of 1535 Senela Drive, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 29 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and possession of drug paraphernalia. Jeffery Brian Grove, 39, of 5780 R usack Drive, Melbourne, was charged A ug. 29 on an out-of-county warrant. Jonathan Wayne Taplin, 32, address unknown, was charged Aug. 29 with failure to report name as a sex offender. Scott Alan Barnes, 51, address unknown, was charged Aug. 31 with burglary with assault/battery and felony battery. Lauren Jennifer Hendrickson, 29, of 2180 N. Pineapple Ave., Melbourne, was charged Aug. 31 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and felony on-site violation of probation. Jack Dwayne Richards, 55, of 572 Po inciana Drive, Melbourne, was charged Aug. 31 on an out-of-county warrant. Brittney Alexander Carter, 21, of 1106 Coleman St., Melbourne, was charged Sept. 1 with selling marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to sell and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana. April Nichole Shea, 31, address unknown, was charged Sept. 2 with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia. Amanda Bree Masdon, 31, of 3175 V illaespane Trail, Melbourne, was charged Sept. 3 with larceny and grand theft of a firearm. Robert Richard Ott, 41, of 2311 St. Andrews Circle, Melbourne, was charged Sept. 3 with two counts of possession of obscene material.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. This free family event is brought to y ou by The Brevard Symphony Orchestra, The King Center for the Performing Arts and the Eau Gallie Arts District. The King Center for the Performing Arts, Eastern Florida State College, is at 3865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. F or more information,visit www.kingcenter.com.SAT URDAY, SEPT. 13 Public safe boating class: The C ocoa Beach Sail and Power Squadron will offer a two-day public safe boating class on Saturdays, Sept. 13 and 20 at Po rt C anaveral Yacht Club, 910 Mullet Dr ive, Cape Canaveral. R egistration will begin at 8:30 a.m.CalendarF rom page 3 See CALENDAR, page 11

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VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, SEPT. 12, 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.Nice catch!Photo by Paul LepinskieDuring the awards ceremony for the Bass Pro Shops Stick Marsh Veterans Bass Challenge Fishing Tournament, city of Palm Bay Mayor William Capote gave West Melbourne Mayor Hal Rose a conciliation prize, Saturday, Sept. 6. The tournament was a chance for local businesses and communities to give back to veterans. R ants& Raves Not protecting the citizensThe United States Constitution has a Preamble, and the Preamble says that this government has to protect its citizens by all costs. Pr otect. Then why are cigarettes still legal? They are poison. They are killing thousands every year, and the big tobacco companies are being held accountable for their deaths. So why is this poison still being made? I say, ban cigarettes, ban growing tobacco and ban everything about tobacco and outlaw it and cease and desist never again and people will quit smoking. I quit smoking. This is not right. Our government is allowing this poison to be distributed, when they are supposed to be protecting the people of this nation.Tr ains running through Brevard?All Aboard Florida has launched a new television ad, called Get TheThe turbulent s: Part 2Iwas in the military in the 1960s, when all the protesting was going on. I was a regular military guy, but I wasnt what they called a stract troop at the time, with my boots all shined up, my gig line straight and my fatigues pressed with so much starch that they hurt to wear them. M ost of us, who went to Vietnam and came back, did not fit that mold. We we re not like some of the officers. M any guys in my unit had applied for officer training school, but could not stand the wait to get in. Vietnam loomed over their heads, almost like the college students, who were not making their grades or were soon to lose their deferments. After military basic training, where they took us from our families, pulled the rug out from under us and tried to conform and push us into the military life and the Universal Code of Military J ustice (read UCMJ totalitarianism), many of us would not conform. We were ch ildren of the 1960s. We had already tasted and experienced individual freedom through our music, our television shows, our r ecords and our rebellion against our parents and all other forms of authority that we thought was wrong. At military tech school, we were of two worlds. We would gather and line up in the mornings, before breakfast and going to class, and tuck our long hair up under our C-caps (Some of y ou may know the meaning of that) for inspection, hoping not to catch the attention of the captain or the sergeants in charge. We wanted to look like everyone else when we went out in public in our civilian clothes. Short hair was not a good thing at the time, like it is now. All was going well for a time, until the captain got word of it one day and called for a hats-off inspection. We had to obey. With hair falling everywhere, that day quickly created a lucrative barracks business, called the barber on the first floor. After that incident, a few of us went to downtown El Paso one evening to watch the premier of Easy Rider at a local theater. After the show, when the lights came up, people were staring at us. I thought we were not going to get out of the theater alive; since, with our short hair, we must have looked like the two rednecks that shot Billy and C aptain America in the movie. Or maybe the people just didnt like the military. It was tough being in the service in the 1960s, and even in the 1970s. America was split apart, and the military was split apart. Everyone kept to themselves, with their ethnic backgrounds, their beliefs, where they we re from, etc. N one of us were to blame, since American had continued to help in S outheast Asia after the colonial French had been defeated in 1954 by the Viet Minh, later name changed to the Viet Cong. As the late actor R obin Williams said in the movie, G ood Morning, Vietnam, it was hard to find a Vietnamese man named Charlie. They are all named Nguyen, etc. That was for sure! By the time the s were over, I had been in Okinawa, Vietnam, over C ambodia and Laos and had spent a y ear in northern Thailand. As my parents would later say, I got out by the skin of my teeth. I never really understood what that phrase meant, but I guess it was a M ICHAEL G. HIBBARDNE WS CLERK 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! 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Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 12, 20147 106853 106853OFMELBOURNEMELBOURNE2447 N. Wickham Rd(Next to LAFitness at Lake Washington Rd)321-426-7509Specials September 11-17 Russet Potato10 lb bag$1.98ea Chicken Gizzards ChickenLivers88lb Bone-In Boston Butt Roast Quirch Tostones2.5 lbs Malta India7 oz 6 pk2/$5 MilkWhole &2% 1 gallon $3.78ea Mazola Corn Oil96 oz$6.98ea Celery98ea 98ea BottomRound Roast$3.88lb$1.78lb Beef for StewFamily Pack$3.98lb Whole Fresh Grouper The Great Fish Co. Tilapia Fillets1 lb.$7.48lb$3.98ea88lb Black Plums Ginger Gold Apples98lb Black Steer Oven RoastedTurkey Breast$5.98lb Ammelander Swiss Cheese$4.28lb98lb Monday to Saturday 7:30 am-9 pm Sunday 8 am to 8 p.mGROCERY GROCERY GROCERY GROCERY MEATS MEATS MEATS MEATS MEATS DELI PRODUCE PRODUCE PRODUCE PRODUCE PRODUCE SEAFOOD SEAFOOD DELI$2.98eaBabyCarrots1 lb. 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) T wo-year-old and 1-year-old pit bulls, Buck and Heidi are the sweet pups of S ylvia Darian Cooper of Port St. John. Never leaving their mommys side, these cuties enjoy snuggling on the couch, playing tug o war and car rides. r eference to some kind of a close call. The military and I never got along much, anyway. I finally went home, like many of our troops, a little busted up emotionally, mentally and physically, to friends and family and a country that did not understand what I had gone through, or how it had affected me. I came home and started playing the guitar I had bought the day I left S outheast Asia, and I guess I am still trying to figure out my life and put it all back together. It s life. We all have to deal with it and go forward. Life goes on, and the music does help. Thank you. M ichael G.HibbardSixtiesF rom page 6 F acts. H enry Flaglers railroad helped make Florida what it is today. It is good to see Flaglers dream still r olling today. Y ou can see the video at http://connectingflorida.org/new-tv-ad-fromall-aboard-florida.Remembering former Brevard County Health Department DirectorWe are saddened at the passing of Dr Manuel J. Garcia, the former director of the Brevard County H ealth Department. He was with the health department from 1974-1997 when he retired. Dr Garcia was devoted in helping people, by providing needed public health services to the residents of Br evard County. M any programs that we have today in our health department are a result of his efforts. The Titusville Health Department was dedicated and named in his honor for his contributions in public health. Heidar Heshmati, MD, curr ent director of the Brevard County H ealth Department said, Dr. Garcia was his friend, mentor and a very fine physician who willingly shared his background and experiences in public health. He will be indeed missed by all, who knew him.T wo major errors in a rant: Malabar RoadThe title, Malabar Road, is close, but no cigar, since the rant is about B abcock Street, south of Malabar R oad, and not Malabar Road itself. B abcock Street is not consideredRantsF rom page 6 See R ANTS, page 11

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BREVARD A group of local officials gathered to celebrate the groundbreaking of a new Alzheimers Community building last week. The groundbreaking at Grand Villa S enior Living Community in Melbourne for the Grand Villas Alzheimers Ca re N eighborhood featured appearances by Melbourne Mayor Kathy Meehan, among other county officials. W e are pleased that Grand Villa is expanding its facility here in the city of M elbourne, Ms. Meehan said in a press statement. This expansion will provide needed services for our residents and will create more than 30 new jobs. The groundbreaking was also attended by representatives from the offices of Congressman Bill Posey and Senator B ill Nelson, as well as members of the M elbourne City Council, among others. The Alzheimers Care Neighborhood will consist of 40 studio apartments, which will provide private and shared accommodations, and will have motion sensor technology in all apartments, as well as LED lighting to guide r esidents safely to their apartments. Br enda Jones, executive director of Grand Villa of Melbourne, said that construction should last between eight and 10 months. I t is always a challenge when a family moves into our community, and then the time comes that we are no longer able to provide services to them, or someone brings in their loved one, and we are unable to help them, she said in an email. This project will certainly bridge that gap with a continuum of care and allow our residents, who have become our family, to age in place and extend the needed services for our seniors. Par tners in the development of this project include: Senior Management A dvisors; Valstone Partners, LLC; Behar & Peteranecz, Inc.; and the city of Melbourne. Gr and Villa Senior Living Community is located at 964 S.Harbor City Blvd.,in M elbourne. F or more information,call (321) 7250300.F riday, September 12, 20148Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com 106966 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 9/19/14 New Patient IntroductionNew Patient Prophy (1110) & Exam (0150) 4 Bite Wing X-rays (0274) w/Oral Cancer Screening 106980Location: 917 South Wickham Road, W est Melbourne Owner: Dr John T. Bailey, DMD Phone: (321) 723-0938 W ebsite: w estmelbournedentist.com Hours of Operation: M onday, Tuesday and Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; W ednesday 12:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. When did you open your business? We have been serving south Brevard since 1984. What made you decide to open this business? I moved here from Kentucky in 1984. My father was a dentist there, and I grew up intending to follow in his footsteps. What is your professional background? Ipr acticed dentistry with my father in Louisville, Kentucky, before I came to Br evard County. What types of products do you offer? We are a family and cosmetic dental service providing fillings, crowns, bridges, root canals, extractions, implant services, bleaching and more. What is your biggest challenge/reward since opening your business? I enjoy solving complex dental problems and seeing patients smile when they see our results. O ur online patient satisfaction is r outinely five-out-of-five stars and viewable on our website. What sets you apart from your competition? We are a private practice. We pride ourselves on listening to our patients, and solving their dental concerns. We provide quality service at a reasonable price. You may expect to see the same doctor, hygienist and staff each time y ou come in. We welcome any questions you may have, and our phone is answered seven days a week. John Bailey, DMD, is following in his fathers footsteps, solving complex dental problems in Brevard County F AMILY FRIENDLY! 787959321-724-1741www.DowntownMelbourne.com email:melbournemainstreet@gmail.com F or more information contactSEPT. 12, 2014 6-10 PM FREE P ARKING MANY STORES OPEN LATE! B OUNCE HOUSE!LIVEMUSICfrom 6-10 pm featuringG. T. Express Blues Band GREATFOOD LIVEMUSIC SHOPPING 104241 Groundbreaking for Alzheimers Care facility features leaders By Chris FishF or Hometown News go boils down to a difference in opinion on the direction the department was headed, Mr. Walker said in an email. When those differences could not be reconciled, a decision was made to make a change. Mr. Walker said that County Manager S tockton Whitten does the hiring and firing of department heads, but the B oard of County Commissioners gives the final approval. Mr. Walker said that former Chief C ollins, who was in the position for five years, would receive a 90-day severance package. He earned an annual salary of $104,500. Mark SchollmeyerChiefF rom page 1

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BREVARD Since its establishment in 1965, the Melbourne Municipal B and has steadfastly carried on its mission to bring free concerts to Space C oast residents and visitors, while promoting music appreciation and education. Now, as the group kicks off its golden anniversary season, the Melbourne M unicipal Band and Swingtime invite music lovers of all ages and backgrounds to join them in celebrating this tremendous occasion, with two concerts on Wednesday, Sept. 17 and Thursday, Sept. 18, and a dance on Friday, Sept. 19. The concerts, titled A Reel Celebration Concert, will be lead by conductor Staci Cleveland and will begin at 7:30 p.m. Doors are set to open at 6:30 p .m., with preshow entertainment provided by the Summer Youth Band, which is under the direction of Art Mar tin. B oth A Reel Celebration Concerts are free to the public, and Melbourne May or Kathy Meehan will make opening remarks at the Sept. 17 concert. The city of Melbourne will also issue a proclamation recognizing the MMB for 50 years of service. The dance, which is on Friday, Sept. 19, Swingtime will continue the celebration with the th Anniversary B all. The dance begins at 7 p.m., with doors opening at 6 p.m. T ickets for the th Anniversary B all are $7 in advance and $10 at the door. Parties of eight or more may r eserve a table by calling (321) 4324715. There will also be dancing lessons by Laura Beers from 6 to 7 p.m. Lessons are $5. S taci Cleveland, conductor of the M elbourne Municipal Band, said that the group has such a loyal audience, which really loves its band and enjoys coming to the concerts. I see the same faces again and again, as I mix with the crowd before and after each concert, Mrs. Cleveland said. The band has also had amazing leadership and so many incredible musicians over the years. We are nothing without our musicians. Mrs. Cleveland also credited the MMBs thematic programming as a great draw for the group. W ith diverse programming from J ohn Philip Sousa classics to music on our patriotic programs or something from our Flights of Fancy concerts, there is something for everyone, Mrs. Cleveland said. Fur thermore, Mrs. Cleveland said that the marketing efforts, on behalf of the MMB, has helped bring in an even larger audience. Dur ing the Reel Celebration Concerts, attendees will be able to enjoy aHometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 12, 20149 106970 Print Advertising Can Work For You!Here are some of the facts you should know about Hometown News! P rofessionally Designed Graphics Included! A Variety of P rograms To Fit Y our Budget! 84% Keep Hometown News For 1-4 Days! There are 15 Community P apers To Target Y our Market T rusted Community Newspaper for 10 Years In BrevardCounty 27% Of OurReaders Income Is $50,00-75,000 Our Readers Are Between Ages 25-65+ HTNReachers over 200,000 Subscribers W eekly Call Rick Edwards (321)277-6163or email: REdwards@HometownNewsOL.com787986 788077Beloved hometown band launches 50th seasonThe Melbourne Municipal Band kicks off its 5 0th season Sept. 17 and Sept. 18 beginning at 7:30 p.m. Swingtime will continue the celebration Sept. 19 with the 0th Anniversary Ball.Photo courtesy of the Melbourne Municipal Band By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com See BA ND page 10

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wide range of hits, including Kirkpatrick Fanfare, Molly on the Shore, S tars and Stripes Forever and much more. Art Martin will lead the Summer Y outh Band in Festive Overture The B eatles: 1964!, while Mrs. Cleveland will lead the youth band in highlights from Disneys hit movie Brave. I have the very first MMB concert program from Oct. 14, 1965, Mrs. Cleveland said. I am putting one piece from that concert on each of the concerts throughout our anniversary season. S he added that the piece that will be featured in the September concerts will be Zacatescas, which is considered the second national anthem of Mexico. This was the very first entry on the program at the very first MMB concert back in 1965, so it is a great march to have on our kickoff concert for the season, Mrs. Cleveland said. The MMB will also recognize several founding members, who still play with the band. Those members include Althea Kransy, Marilyn Ferraris and R on McTaggart. F or Fridays anniversary ball, Mr. Mar tin said that folks will be able to dance the night away to some classic tunes. S ongs like In the Mood and Moonlight Serenade are always a hit with our audience, he said. We try to play a little something for everyone. From bop to tango, with a little cha-cha and waltz thrown in, our patrons enjoy a mix of dance styles. Now going into its 50th season, Mrs. Cleveland said that as far as the concert band is concerned, she has found one thing to be true. I f you respect the musicians and strive to have fun, while you work hard to make good music, everything works out, she said. The more we are having fun and making great music together, the more the audience wants to come and be a part of that. Mr. Martin said that although the S wingtime dances have always been popular, he has seen an increase in y ounger audience members over the past several years. W e think that the popularity of the TV shows, like So You Think You Can D ance and Dancing With the Stars, has brought the young people to our dances, he said. There is something magic when you hold your partner and glide across the room. B oth Mr. Martin and Mrs. Cleveland said that each group is working hard to improve its musicianship every single concert cycle, adding that they both are looking forward to expanding its audiences in Brevard County and beyond. This band belongs to our community, Mrs. Cleveland said. We have been providing free concerts to Brevard C ounty citizens for 50 years for little r eason other than that we love to play. We enjoy supporting our veterans and troops with patriotic events, and we like to get on that float and play for city parades. We support our community because we care about it. T he music of Swingtime brings back memories of a time when things were simpler, Mr. Martin added. The music of the Big Band era is happy, jazzy and full of life. We think that our community appreciates this music and enjoys dancing and listening to it. In addition to two great concerts and a phenomenal dance next week, MMB will unveiling newly commissioned artwork by Derek Gores at the Sept. 17 and S ept. 18 concerts. The collage work will be there for viewing purposes, and we will be selling raffle tickets for a chance to win the original at the end of our 50th anniversary season. The collage is made up of pictures and memorabilia from the MMB for the last 50 years. In the meanwhile, Mrs. Cleveland added that there will be signed posters of the print for sale. The Melbourne Municipal Band will host a free A Reel Celebration Concert on Sept. 17 and 18 at the Melbourne A uditorium, beginning at 7:30 p.m. The Summer Youth Band will provide preshow entertainment, beginning at 6:30 p.m. S wingtime will continue the celebration, as it hosts the th Anniversary B all on Friday, Sept. 19 at the Melbourne Auditorium beginning at 7 p.m. T ickets are $7 in advance and $10 at the door. F or more information,call (321) 7240555 or visit www.MelbourneMunicipalBand.org.F riday, September 12, 201410Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com Indian River Co.6880 US Hwy. 1 Vero Beach, FL 32967 772 562-5759 Brevard Co. 321 723-4485 St. Lucie Co. 772 878-3353www.BrandtsApplianceService.com104281 CUSTOM OUTDOOR KITCHENSSTARTING AT$299900 (IN STOCK) 106972 Family owned and operated787977 1 710 N. Wickham Rd. Melbourne,FL321-259-4039QUICKCASHCome See Our Selection of Guns! Lots of Jewelry! We buy GOLD, guaranteed highest cash out given! 1 CT Diamond Ring$45000BUY SELL TRADE LOAN 806 W. New Haven Ave. Melbourne, FL321-345-4900www.GunsandCamo.net106909 Smith &Wesson MODELSHIELD 9mm or 40 mmNow lowest price ever!$36000MSRP $449.00 Limited Supply With This Ad 788023 Need a Tutor?WE COME TO YOU!SAT/ACT Test Prep. Add 3-5 points on your A CT or 250 to your SAT before it is too late! All Subjects K-12 Private One-on-One Professional Degreed Tutors Average 2 Letter Grade Jump No Long Term ContractsCall 321-574-6575Call for a FREE Lesson! BandF rom page 9

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Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 12, 201411 FREESubscription FREEDeliveryCall 866-913-6397 to sign up or at subscriptions@HometownNewsOL.comHometown News 2014 Pet of The Year KeekohIn Loving Memory788080 grandchildren graduated in the last few years, with the most recent graduation this past May. The matriarch of the family, Ms. Gerlits, celebrated her 100th birthday in J uly. During last years Alumni Reception, two other 100-year-old graduates attended the event, as well. Ms. Gerlits shared that she didnt start school until she was 7 years old, and during junior high she said she was delayed another year, due to diphtheria. Ms. Gerlits has an elementary school class photo, featuring about 27 students. She said shes not sure if thats the number of students she graduated with, but she has heard that graduating class sizes have steadily increased over the years. T heyve also changed the way the school looks from what it used to be, Ms. Gerlits-Bossie said. Although, the school wasnt all that old when I started going there. The Gerlits family is hoping to attend the Alumni Reception on Sept. 19, but with college, work and family commitments, Ms. Gerlits-Bossie isnt sure theyll all be there. W e ll try, she said. That school provided a lot of good times for all of us. All proceeds from the event will go toward student scholarships, graduation activities and teacher appreciation initiatives. Alumni are encouraged to attend the r eception with family members and to stay for the homecoming game, following the reception. F or more information,call PTO president Jeannie Smith at (321) 725-0716.BulldogsF rom page 1S tate Road 507. In Indian River County it is called County Road 507. Both Breva rd and Indian River counties would be better off if the state assumed maintenance responsibility for the heavily traveled road, but apparently that will never happen. R esidents of Brevard County apparently can only hope that funding will become available someday to correct the deplorable road surface. At the curr ent rate of funding, meaningful maintenance probably wont occur until after the new I-95 interchange opens in 2019.Businesses just trying to get byIt was nice of a recent newspaper to highlight the issues of our Downtown M elbourne homelessness issues. But have they bothered to follow up with how our downtown has improved? In the past month or so, I have literally watched five businesses shut down. In the years of owning a business downtown, I have never seen a drop in sales like I have this past year. Thank you, media, for killing our downtown. We are small businesses and need the support of our community. Some of us are having zero dollar days. This downtown needs a nice mix of shop owners and bars/restaurants, not just bars. C ome on people, show us some support. Granted, Viera has huge shopping centers and lots of corporations, but we are your neighbors and we are dying a slow death here. As far as panhandlers, they are scarce these days. Maybe the media should come and see how much better it has gotten and give our downtown a positive plug for a change. S upport us, who are just trying to get by the right way.All women are not ladiesIn r esponse to Dear Amy, the (rant) writer seems to think that he/she The presentation will run from 9 a.m. to noon. The class will cover the basic knowledge needed to boat safely on Central F lorida inland and coastal waterways. S uccessful completion will result in a F lorida Safe Boater ID required for boaters born after Jan. 1, 1988. The cost is $35 for one person or $45 for two persons sharing a book. F or more information,visit Cocoa B each Sail and Power Squadrons web site at www.CBSPS.org. R egistration is recommended at the site or by email to r egistrar@cbsps.org. Learn more about the Cocoa Beach Sail & Power Squadron at www.CBSPS.org Puppet Festival: This event is for the training, enrichment, encouragement and fellowship of Christian Puppet ministries, team puppeteers and directors. The event will be from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p .m. Saturday, Sept. 13 at First Baptist Church of South Brevard, 4300 N. Wi ckham Road, Melbourne. V isit www.creativeministrysolutions.com to register or call Howard Gor don at (321) 751-9517. Adoptable pets event: The Central Br evard Humane Society will present a pet adoption event from 11 a.m. to 2 p .m. Saturday, Sept. 13 at the MollyCalendarF rom page 5 RantsF rom page 7 See CALENDAR, page 12 See R ANTS, page 14 106696

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DEVONStarting at $178888Limited Quantities YOURCHOICE $38888KYLE CONNOR YOURCHOICE $48888COLTON V AIL YOURCHOICE $58888CARTER LAWRENCE YOURCHOICE $68888CONNOR ROWAN 788085Are you the most skilled junior golfer in the area? Come and find out onSaturday, September 27, 2014 1pmJuniors will compete in boys and girls division age groups (5-7, 8-10, 11-13, 14, +) Age groups subject to change based on participation. All drinks sponsored by Coca-Cola There is NO COST for this event. To sign up, register at the Duran Golf Shop in person or email: mtm@durangolf.com Skill competitions will include: Driving, Pitching, and Putting Contact jkb@durangolf.com 7032 Stadium Pkwy Viera, FL 321.504.7776 durangolf.comSpace Coast Junior Skills Challengeat Durans Development Center M utt III Thrift Shop, 876 N. U.S. Highway 1, Rockledge. F or more information contact the society at (321) 636-3343 or visit www.brevardhumanesociety.com. Humanist Club meeting: The South M ainland Library, 7921 Ron Beatty Bl vd ., Micco, will host the New H umanist Club of Barefoot Bay at noon on the second Saturday of each month. All are welcome to attend. The purpose of the club is to inform attendees of human rights issues and the impact of politics, religion and other social entities on our society. It will be open to all viewpoints, and discussion is encouraged. K eep and open mind, and go with the flow. Please leave your ego at the door. F or more information,call (772) 6644066. Sixth annual Whiskers,Wags & Wine: Hay es Meats Gourmet Foods, located at 285 Fortenberry Road, on M erritt Island will be hosting the Sixth Annual Whiskers, Wags & Wine event to benefit the Central Brevard Humane S ociety on Saturday, Sept. 13, from noon to 4 p.m. A dmission is free for everyone, including the furry friends. The event will feature wine tasting, barbecue, free beer, music by London I nk, chair massages, a raffle (items include therapeutic massages, spa facials, a Hayes meat package and biplane or helicopter rides), door prizes and more! All animals must be on a leash or in a carrier and have proof of current shots, along with a county tag. The Central Brevard Humane Society will be at the event, with shelter dogs available for adoption, merchandise and fun educational information about responsible pet ownership. Pr oceeds from this event will help to r aise awareness and financial support for the unwanted and abandoned pets that visit the Humane Societys Adoption Centers in Cocoa & Merritt Island each year, who need a safe and loving forever home. F or more information,contact Connie with Hayes Meats at (321) 453-3550, connie@hayesmeats.com or visit www.brevardhumanesociety.com. A look at Green Gables: E ddie Br ow der, Landscape Architect, will present a fascinating look at Green G ables, the home of W. T. Wells, one of the most prominent residents in Melbourne in the early 20th Century. Mr. Browder will provide insight into the history, significance and people of Green Gables Saturday, Sept. 13 at 3 p .m. at the Melbourne Library, 540 E. F ee Ave. H osted by the South Brevard Historical Society, the event is free, and the public is welcome. F or more information,call Carol A ndren at (321) 725-4115 or visit www.southbrevardhistory.org. NAACP election of committee: C entral Brevard County Branch of the NAACP will hold an election of the nominating committee at 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13 at the Greater St. Paul B aptist Church, 213 Stone St., Cocoa, for the upcoming NAACP election to be held in Nov. 8. All members are asked to be in attendance. F or questions,call the secretary at (321) 537-8707. Calling all artists,creative minds and recycling enthusiasts : If you are an artist, creative mind, and/or recycling enthusiast, Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County (Habitat) is interested in working with you to create unique art in Habitats Divine and R edesigned contest. Artists will have access to many items at the ReStore to create a piece of art that will be auctioned off during H abitats annual Hard Hats and High H eels Gala. The purpose of the Divine and Redesigned contest is to highlight the mission and community services of Habitat and the ReStore as part of H abitats annual fundraising efforts. The completed pieces will become part of the silent auction to raise funds for upcoming Habitat housing projects. Artists will be entered into a random drawing to win tickets to Habitats gala and have their pieces displayed with name recognition at the gala and in print. H abitat for Humanity of Brevard C ounty, Inc. will host its Fourth Annual Ha rd Hats and High Heels Gala on Saturday, Sept. 13. The location will be at Habitats new home at 4515 Babcock St. N.E., Palm B ay and will start at 6 p.m. This year, in honor of the 75th Anniversary of the Wizard of Oz, War ner Brothers has provided the opportunity for affiliates to commem-CalendarF rom page 11 See CALENDAR, page 13

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Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 12, 201413 LOCALMOVESPECIALSCOUNTYWIDE STATEWIDEUSDOT70851 FLIntrastate Mover Registration No IM166 FREE ESTIMATESSENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNTS106907HOUSEHOLDRELOCATION 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 788059 Join us for a special tribute celebration as we honor and remember the service and sacrifice of our Veterans past and present.Friday, September 12, 201410:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.One Senior Place 8085 Spyglass HillRoad,Viera FL 32940321.751.6771Light refreshments KEYNOTESPEAKERBrigadier General Wilma L. Vaught, USAF, Retired, served in the United States Air Force for more than 28 years, retiring in 1985 as one of the most highly decorated women in U.S. history. orate the film by making the theme of the Gala, Theres No Place Like H ome. G uests will have the pleasure of being greeted by characters from the movie, including Mayor William C apote of Palm Bay (as the Great Wizard) and Mayor Kathy Meehan of Melbourne (as Glinda the Good Witch.) The Hard Hats and High Heels Gala will offer guests a distinct and memor able experience as the committee transforms the Habitat ReStore into the Emerald City. F or more information,call (321) 7284009,Ext.112,or visit www.brevardhabitat.com, www.facebook.com/HabitatBrevardC ounty or www.twitter.com/BrevardH abitat. Dream State,a new art show opening reception: On Saturday, Sept. 13 from 6-9 p.m., the Art Gallery of Viera in the Avenue, Viera, will present its newest art show, Dream State. Ho pe lies in dreams, in imagination and in the courage of those who dare to make dreams into reality. Come and enjoy the dreams and visions of the artists of AGoV. Register to win, Magical Mystery City, a print by artist Dij P acarro and enjoy a watercolor demonstration by J. Susan Cole Stone. S usan is the gallerys executive director and will be the gallerys featured artist for September. W atercolor is her favorite medium followed closely by pen and ink and colored pencil. She teaches classes at the gallery in those mediums and perspective drawing, as well as basic drawing. The Art Gallery of Viera in The Av enue is at 2261 Town Center Ave., S uite 111, Viera. F or more information,visit www.artgalleryofviera.com or call (321) 5044343. Blast to the PastGala: All are invited to be a part of this inaugural event to support Swim Safe Forever. S wim Safe Forevers mission is to eliminate childhood drowning through education and scholarships. SSF will share water safety information and raise funds for survival swim scholarships in Brevard County B last to the Past when you last wore that dress, or the suit with the frills that may never come back in style. Maybe y ou want to relive your prom; but this time, do it right! Bring your special someone, or dance the night away with your best friends. The party kicks off at 8 p.m. Saturday, S ept. 13, and lasts until midnight. B uy your tickets online through a donation at www.SwimSafeForever.com. Cost is $35 per person, or $60 per couple. T ickets may be purchased at the door for an additional fee of $5. A Gala King and Queen will be elected. Pr oceeds from ticket sales, raffle, and silent auction fund Swim Safe Forevers Scholarship program for survival swim lessons and water safety education programs locally.CalendarF rom page 12 See CALENDAR, page 14 6th Annual Wi nners Wi ll Be Announced In This Section!Coming September 26th, 2014Ma rt in, St. Lucie & Indian River County (772) 465-5656 Brevard County (321) 242-1013 788072

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F riday, September 12, 201414Hometown 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! We Listen We Fit Your Budget Design Advice Just Right For You Expert Installation Licensed, Bonded &Insured On Time Santa CeceliaCOMEVISITOUR AMAZINGSHOWROOM!Our low prices guarantee At Orichas Marble &Granite, Inc., we guarantee that youll never find a lower price for marble and granite anywhere. Combined with our professional installation, youll find theres no better value around.$37/ sq. ft.Using these standard colorsChoose From 3 Edge Treatments Bevel 1/2 Bullnose Flat Polish Granite Fabrication or Installation Statues Fountains Columns Custom Tile Marble Polish Wood Floor Cabinet1260 N. Harbor City Blvd. Melbourne, FL 32935(321) 259-0029 (772) 633-2968Orichas Marble &Granite,Inc.Open 6 Days Monday-Friday 9:30 am-5 pm Saturday 10 am-3 pm REDUCEDREDUCEDlowest pricesguaranteed105381Santa Cecelia Granite Giallo Fiorite Giallo Light Ubatuba Granite &Marble Countertops For Your Kitchen and Bathroom 105378 The event is at The Tides at Patrick Air Force Base, on Highway A1A. F or more information,visit www.SwimSafeForever.org and www.facebook.com/events/75563102 7831957/. Timely Topics Luncheon signup deadline: The League of Women Voters of the Space Coast will host a Timely T opics Luncheon on Wednesday, Sept. 17, at 11:30 a.m. at the Holiday Inn M elbourne/Viera, located at 8298 N. Wi ckham Road, in Melbourne. G uest speaker Superintendent of Br evard Public Schools Dr. Brian B inggeli will speak about The Challenges Brevard Public Schools Are Facing and the Return on Investment. A question-and-answer will follow. The public is welcome. Cost is $22 and includes choice of entre. R.S.V.P.with to Doreen Archer at (321) 622-4071 by Sept.13.SUNDA Y, SEPT. 14 Do you think you can sing?: The third qualifying round of the Critter Kar aoke Contest will be held on Sunday, Sept. 14 at H&D Roadhouse, located at 1811 E. Merritt Island Causeway, on Merritt Island, beginning at 8 p.m. to see who is the best karaoke singer in Brevar d! There will be two winners each month who qualify for the finals. One winner will be determined by who raises the most money for the C entral Brevard Humane Society at the end of each round. The other winner will be decided by celebrity judges for vocal quality, stage presence and audience response. C ontestants must be human and 21 or older. F or more information,contact the C entral Brevard Humane Society at (321) 636-3343.CalendarF rom page 13would have had far fewer clients if men respected and valued women. That I believe is true; however, there is more to it than that. Respect is not bestowed, but is earned. M any women today ... and this goes for men also ... want to act and dress irresponsibly and then be respected. It s just not going to happen. The number of men and women mentioned in the Bible is irrelevant. What is relevant in the Bible is its guidelines on how to live a respected life. Follow those guidelines, and r espect will come. Of course, that re quires adding discipline to our lifestyles; and today, many do not want to be bothered with having to do that. M any of my lady friends agree. R emember, all ladies are women, but all women are not ladies. This goes for gentlemen, also.RantsF rom page 11

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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 095400Save $5000 off list price PL US Ge t Six Months FREElot rentA ge Qualified C ommunity O ut &about Surfside Players present Lend Me A TenorT he Surfside Players main stage season begins with Lend Me A Tenor, a farce by K en Ludwig, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. through Sept. 21. T he production is directed by Bryan Bergeron and presented by special arrangement with Samuel French T ickets cost $22 for adults, $20 for seniors or active military and $17 for students. T he year is 1934, and the Cleveland Grand Opera Company is primed to welcome world famous Tito Merelli, Il Stupendo, the greatest tenor of his generation, to appear for one night only as Otello. But through a series of mishaps, Merelli is given a double dose of tranquilizers and passes out 30 minutes before curtain. In a frantic attempt to salvage the evening, general manager Saunders and his assistant, Max, devise a strategy to fool the audience into thinking Il Stupendo is on stage anyway. Lend Me A Tenor, the farce by Ken Ludwig, will not only be the hilarious start to Surfside Players 56th crowd-pleasing season, but an important milestone for director Bryan Bergeron: his 200th main stage show directed. T he production stars Rob Dickman, Michelle Dion, Donna Furfaro, Matthew Hall, Liz Keimer, Jack Maloney, Rich Reifsnyder and Sarah Roberts. Caution: Contains PG-level profanityARIES March 21/April 20Aries, though you are usually up for a conversation with someone you don't know, this week you could be in a more conservative mood. You'll have future chances to chat.TA URUS April 21/May 21Y ou have been on a shopping binge of late, Taurus. If you have unlimited funds, this would not be so problematic. But finances are tight, and you should be more cautious.GEMINI May 22/June 21Gemini, you are often an entertaining and fun person to have around. T his is probably why you get so many invitations to parties and other social occasions. Enjoy your fanfare.CA NCE R June 22/July 22Surround yourself with children this week, Cancer. They'll provide the unedited, honest information you desire right now. It can certainly be eye-opening.LEO July 23/Aug. 23Spend some quality time with a romantic partner this week, Leo. He or she can provide more of what you need, such as true affection and companionship, than what's offered by friends.VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22V irgo, you deserve credit at the office. If you're patient, some measure of recognition will come your way thisHor oscopesBeach event promises to be a good time BREVARD Get ready for a weekend at the beach that will surely be a good time for all, four-legged friends included. J oin the Central Brevard Humane S ociety as it hosts the 13th annual P aws at the Pier event on Saturday, S ept. 20 at the Westgate Resorts Cocoa B each Pier from 8 a.m. to noon. T ickets for this years event are $10 in advance for adults or $15 at the door, while children, ages 7 and older, are $5 in advance and $8 at the door. Children 6 and younger are free. The nonprofit will also host its second annual Paws in the Sand Dog W alk, which will begin prior to Paws at the Pier, from 8 to 9:30 a.m. The cost to participate is $10 per dog and $5 for every other dog in the family. All animals that attend both events must have county tags, proof of curr ent shots and be on a leash or in a carr ier for entry. E ileen Cole, media relations manager for the Central Brevard Humane Society, said that Paws at the Pier has been Photo courtesy of the Central Brevard Humane SocietyThis cute little pooch takes a break for a quick drink at last years Paws at the Pier. The thirteenth annual Paws at the Pier and second annual Paws in the Sand Dog Walk, hosted by the Central Brevard Humane Society, will take place on Saturday, Sept. 20. D ining & EntertainmentFRIDAY, SEPT. 12, 2014 MELBOURNE WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM PAGE 15See OUT, page 16 See SCO PE S, page 17 See P AWS page 22By Amanda Hatfield AndersonAhatfield@hometownnewsol.com

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and risque behavior. Recommended for adults and older teens. Surfside Playhouse is located an hours drive east of Orlando. F rom the mainland, take S.R. 520-East or S.R. 528-east to A1A-south, or take Pineda, Eau Gallie or U.S. 192-east to A1Anorth. Drive into Cocoa Beach, and turn west on South Fifth Street. F or more information about future Surfside events, visit www.surfsideplayers.com, @surfsideplayers on Twitter or the Facebook group Surfside Players. Also, sign up to receive reminders by email or postcard by calling (321) 78331 27 emailing surfside_info@yahoo.com or visiting the playhouse.F riday Nite Live Sept. 12T he Downtown Titusville Merchants Association has announced that the Sept. 12 F riday Nite Live will feature Wines of the World. Northbound U.S. Highway 1, from Julia Street to Broad Street in Historic Downtown Titusville will be lined with vendors of all kinds. Event-goers will enjoy food demonstrations by Chef Jolene at 7 p.m., 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. Par ty in the street to live jazz by Tony W ynn & Cameron Brown or enjoy classic cars all free! Stores will be open, and Pritchard House will be open for $1 sneak peaks T ickets for wine sampling are $25, which includes a glass and 10 samples, with 10 participating downtown businesses featuring wines that are not found in stores! W ine sampling tickets are available now at Downtown Art Gallery or Cliff Shuler Auctioneers or the day of the event. T he event will run from 6-10 p.m.T urtle Krawl 5K this weekendT he Turtle Krawl is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 13 at Nance Park on Wave Crest Avenue, in Indialantic. T he race begins at 7:30 a.m. and will continue on Fourth Street, west on 14th A venue, south on S. Shannon Avenue, west on Deland Avenue, a short jog down South Ramona Avenue and back north on Magnolia Drive. T he route will continue north on Magnolia and then east on Eighth Avenue, north on South Ramona Avenue again, east on Seventh Avenue, south on S. Shannon Avenue again, east on 11th A venue and back north on Fourth Avenue to Nance Park. To ensure the safety of race participants, Highway A1A, between Fifth Avenue and Miami Avenue, will be closed between 7:30-and 9 a.m. Sept. 13. All of the proceeds from the race benefit the Sea Turtle Preservation Society, a nonprofit volunteer-run organization based in Indialantic. T he Sea Turtle Preservation Society works to preserve the sea turtle population and save the turtles through activities and education. Race packets may be picked up at Running Zone, 3696 N. Wickham Road, in Melbourne, or from 6-7:15 a.m. on race day at Nance Park. Cost for registration ranges from $27$35. Runners may register as competitive walkers (using USA Track & Field rules), runners or casual walkers. Medals and plaques will be awarded the top five finishers in selected ages, age g roups, teams and overall finishers. There will also be a middle-of-the-field award. F or more information, visit www.turtlekrawl.com, www.seaturtlespacecoast.org or call (321) 676-1701.Whiskers, Wags & Wine society eventT he Sixth Annual Whiskers, Wags & W ine, benefiting the Central Brevard Humane Society, will be hosted from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13 at Hayes Meats Gourmet Foods, 285 Fortenberry Road, Merritt Island. Admission is free, including for the furry friends. T he event will feature barbecue, wine tasting, music by London Ink, free beer, chair massages, a raffle (items include helicopter and biplane rides, spa facials, therapeutic massages, door prizes and a Hayes meat package. T he society will be at the event with shelter dogs available for adoption. Proceeds from the event will go to help the homeless animals. F or more information, call (321) 6363343 or visit www.Brevardhumanesociety.com or call Connie with Hayes Meats at (321) 453-3550 or email connie@hayesmeats.com.Hard Hats and High Heels GalaHabitat for Humanity of Brevard County, Inc. will host its 4th Annual Hard Hats and High Heels Gala on Saturday, Sept. 13 T he location will be at Habitats new home at 4515 Babcock St. N.E., Palm Bay, and will start at 6 p.m. T his year, in honor of the 75th Anniversary of the Wizard of Oz, Warner BrothersF riday, September 12, 201416Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com 106962 Ballroom Dance Parties and ClassesThursdays thru Sundays Call or go online today!!L earn to dance, meet new friends,have fun!!The Apollo Center765 South Apollo Blvd., Melbourne403-2385facebook.com/attheapollollctheapollollc@gmail.com C heck Facebook for adult and family events 787982FRESH, FAST, FREE DELIVERY:321-426-7745 4540 W. Eau GallieBlvd. Melbourne(Next to BPonJohnRhodes) $595Large Cheese Pizza2 Large 1Topping Pizzas, 2 Liter Soda &Garlic Bread$1995Carry Out or Delivery Expires 9/30/14 Carry Out Only Expires 9/30/14Extra Toppings $1.50 105374 106928 DINING & ENTERTAINMENTOutF rom page 15 See OUT, page 17

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T he Hard Hats and High Heels Gala will offer guests a distinct and memorable experience, as the committee transforms the Habitat ReStore into the Emerald City. In a setting designed by Link Johnston, the evening will begin with a cocktail hour and auction for artwork with special prizes attached. Dinner will be a buffet, catered by A Chefs Touch and dessert by Yellow Dog Caf. A live auction will follow with items, such as: a day with the Parker Brothers and aide-a-long with the SWAT team up for bid. T he evening will conclude with live entertainment by the Delgado Band. F or more information, call (321) 7284009, Ext. 112 or email community@brevardhabitat.com.Charity event to benefit local womens advocateDonovan Productions announces an evening to benefit the Candace Tate Cancer Fund. T he 0s Murder Mystery Disco Extravaganza, an original production by LG Donovan and Mary Purdy, on Saturday, Sept. 13 at The Plantation House at the Great Outdoors in Titusville at 7:30 p.m. T ickets, which include dinner and the show, are $50 for one person, $90 for two people and $350 for a table of eight. All proceeds benefit the Candace Tate Cancer F und. T he show will feature music and dancing from several of Brevards most talented actors; it is also a murder mystery requiring audience participation to find out who done it? There will be raffles, including one for a custom electric guitar, drawn as well. T he evenings guest of honor, Candace T ate, has been a perpetual advocate for the voiceless. Ms. Tate works as Lead V ictims Advocate for the Womens Center of Brevard. She helped open the Titusville chapter of the Womens Center; and since that time, her life is spent providing hope, safety and guidance to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault: a promise of a better tomorrow. Additionally, Ms. Tate has served as head of the local domestic violence task force, organized fundraising events for charities, supported efforts to combat human trafficking and reached out to educate the community on domestic violence and sexual assault. Her friends created this event to raise money to help her with her battle against a very aggressive form of breast cancer. To purchase tickets, visit www.canceryousuck.com or contact LG Donovan at (321) 987-5682 for additional information.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: Prince: Purple Rain, Saturday, Sept.OutF rom page 16week. It's a start to getting what you need.LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23F ew people will accuse you of being uncommunicative, Libra. In fact, you're usually downright chatty. It's one of the traits people will admire most in you this week.SCORPI O Oct. 24/Nov. 22Scorpio, a new person comes into your life and your attraction to this person catches you off guard. It's okay to flirt, but if you're already attached to someone, leave it at that.SAGITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21Sagittarius, you're often the one to take the lead in conversations in your group of friends, but this week someone else takes the lead. You're content to sit back and simply listen.CAPRI CO RN Dec. 22/Jan. 20Capricorn, once you have gained enough confidence in a special interest, you may be able to turn it into a career instead of just a hobby. Keep working toward that goal.AQ UARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18It's time to tie up some loose ends, Aquarius. Rustle up some energy to take care of all those little things that need to be wrapped up. You'll feel a weight lift afterward.PIS CE S Feb. 19/March 20Pisces, increase your level of activity this week. Exercise can do you a world of good, especially if you've felt sluggish of late.ScopesF rom page 15 See OUT, page 22

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Epilepsy Scholarship ProgramThe Central Florida Epilepsy Foundation has been created by the Epilepsy Association of Central Florida. This scholarship program is named after the associations founder and one of the nations earliest advocates for epilepsy. Today, the Merle Evanchyk Scholarship Program exists to honor her and carry on her legacy. P urpose: The desire is to assist those affected, living with epilepsy in the community, with his or her pursuit of their goals through higher education. The purpose of this program is to provide financial support for the education of persons who have received a diagnosis of epilepsy. A ward: The program seeks to recognize the personal achievements of those living with epilepsy. It will offer $10,000 for post-secondary education, advanced college education or postsecondary vocational education. V ision: A recipient of the Merle Ev anchyk scholarship will be a person having received a diagnosis of epilepsy, who shows perseverance in overcoming obstacles that epilepsy may present, courage in dealing with epilepsy, his/her community involvement and their commitment to personal advancement through education and achieving his/her personal goals. To learn more,visit www.EpilepsyScholarship.org.NASA awards construction contract at K ennedy Space CenterNASA has awarded a two-year contract to Hensel Phelps Construction Co of Orlando to build a new multistory headquarters building at the agencys Kennedy Space Center in F lorida. The maximum value of this firm fixed-price contract is more than $64 million, including base work and five awarded options. The new headquarters building is the cornerstone for Kennedys central campus consolidation. The campus construction will enable demolition of approximately 900,000 square feet of buildings and supporting infrastructure in what is known as K ennedy Industrial Area, while r ebuilding only about 450,000 square feet. K ennedy will save an estimated $400 million during the next 40 years because of the 50 percent reduction in square footage and the lower operation and maintenance costs associated with the new energy-efficient facilities. H ensel Phelps will provide all the construction and installation of r equired civil, structural, electrical, plumbing, environmental, mechanical, fire suppression and communication infrastructure. F or more information about NASA and agencys programs,visit http://www.nasa.gov.New officers, members on board for nonprofit 2-1-1 Brevard Inc.Greg Smith, director of business development at Parrish Medical Center, is the newly elected chairman of the 2-1-1 Brevard Inc. Board of Directors. V ice chair will be Donna Stratford, who retired this year from Northrop Grumman; treasurer will be Seth Riddle, immediate past president and LPL w ealth adviser at Space Coast Credit U nion. J oining the board are Lt. Brandon Lanza, of the Brevard County Sheriffs Office; and Joyce Boudrie, a community volunteer, who previously served multiple terms. C ontinuing members are Adam BirdF riday, September 12, 201418Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com MAINENTRANCEOFMELBOURNESQUARE321.723.GRIL(4745) WWW.R ODIZIOGRILL.COM106973Americas 1st Brazilian SteakhouseEnjoy A Dining Experience Like NoOther! NOWOPENHours: Mon-Wed 4-10 Thur-Sat 11:30-Midnight Sun 11:30-10 Unlimited Appetizers Award-Winning Gourmet Salads Indoor and Outdoor Full Service Bar Voted Best Patio in Brevard County Famous Rodizio Caipirinhas Brazilian Blue Brunch with Bottomless Bubble Mimosas 11:30-3 Complimentary Valet Gift Cards AvailableFULLRODIZIO-UnlimitedOver 16 grilled items hand-carved tableside by Rodizio Gauchos.Plus, unlimited Brazilian a ppetizers and gourmet salad bar. HALFRODIZIO Unlimited authentic Brazilian appetizers and trips to our gourmet salad bar,with over 30 fresh hot and cold items. 1600 S. Wickham Rd. Melbourne409-8217 7 Days A Week 11:00am 10:00pm106976New England Seafood Specialsincludes Fries, Coleslaw or SaladFried Cod Fried Haddock Fried Oysters Fried Shrimp Fried Ipswich Clams Fried MahiStrips Thursday Lobster Rolls BRINGAFRIENDNIGHTSPECIALS! MONDAYTUESDAYV alid Only Monday, Sept. 15, 2014 5pm to Close Dine In Only With This Coupon V alid Only T uesday, Sept. 16, 2014 Dine In Only With This Coupon$200Off2 Dinners & 2 BeveragesT wo 10 1-Topping Pizzas &2 Sodas $10 OR Order 2 Menu Entrees Get 1 Dessert FREE KIDSEATFREE*One Free Kids Meal w/purchase of Adult Entree Monday & T uesday 95DraftAll Day!95DraftAll Day! $30Football Special includes: 24Cheese Pizza, 1 lb. Wings & a Pitcher of Beer or Soda Sunday and Monday onlyCannot be combined with other offers 6th Annual Wi nners Wi ll Be Announced In This Section!Coming September 26th, 2014Ma rt in, St. Lucie & Indian River County (772) 465-5656 Brevard County (321) 242-1013 788072Community NotesSee NOTES, page 19

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Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 12, 201419 DVDBLOWOUTSALE!!! 5 SELECTDVDsOnly$20CouponGood Thru September 19, 2014 HTN T otal PurchaseWith This Coupon Excludes Sales Items Expires 9-19-1420%OFF DVDs LOVETOYS LINGERIE SHOES VAPORS CORSETS ENHANCMENTPILLS EVERYTHINGYOURMOTHERWARNEDYOUABOUTALLATONEPLACE.3369 Sarno Road, Melbourne, FL32934(321) 752-8805Open 7 Days 9:00am-2:00am Over 25,000 Videos 106969 of GrayRobinson, Ivy Chong of Florida T ech, Gregory DeRoy of Space Coast Cr edit Union, Robert Garceau of Harr is Corp., Terry Gust of OZ Design Studio, Suzanne Sparling of Eastern Florida State College and Clayton Yonce, human resources professional. 2-1-1 Brevard is a nonprofit that operates a telephone-based helpline, offering information, referral and crisis intervention 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Callers dial 2-1-1. A community resource database and more information is available at www.211brevard.org.Gator Club announces football watch party locationsThe Space Coast Gator Club will host four football watch party locations for all University of Florida football games this year. All locations are free to attend and are open to the public. The locations are: Broken Barrel, Palm Bay Beef O Bradys Midtown, Melbourne Normans Raw Bar & Grill, Cocoa Dixie Crossroads, Titusville. All locations are hosted by Space C oast Gator Club members and are family-friendly. Free beads and game day stickers are given out. All televisions have sound and Gator cheers, chomps and fight songs are played throughout the game. There is a raffle at halftime, with great, custom Space Coast Gator Club gear and UF items, with all proceeds going to the clubs scholarship fund. It s the next best thing to being at The S wamp. F or further information,go to spacecoastgatorclub.com or email the club at spacecoastgatorclub@gmail.com.Eckerds Project Bridge Program rollout in Brevard areaR ecognizing the need for post residential transition services and through an existing contract with the F lorida Department of Juvenile Justice, Eckerds Project Bridge Program has expanded to the Brevard area. E ckerds Project Bridge helps facilitate the transition for young people who are returning to their home communities after completing time in a F lorida Juvenile Justice residential program. Available to boys and girls, ages 11-21, in Central and South Florida, Project Bridge provides educational, mentoring, vocational and transportation services to help these youth achieve stable and successful lives and avoid re-entry into the criminal justice system. E ckerds Project Bridge Central R egion is currently in six circuits serving 127 kids. If you have the desire for making a difference in your community and a passion for helping children and families,email aalbrecht@eckerd.org or call (813) 446-8306. F or more information,visit www.eckerd.org.NotesF rom page 18

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Revisiting golf course brings back memoriesMany years ago, back when I was in high school, I used to play a course in Melbourne called Harbor City Municipal Golf C ourse. The course no longer goes by that name. It is now known as Mallards Landing Golf Course at Melbourne. When I visited the course a couple w eekends back, it felt very much the same as it did all those years ago. It was akin to seeing an old friend that y ou used to play ball with all through y our school years, only to lose touch with until decades later. My round brought back some fond and some not-so-fond memories. Like pretty much everywhere else in F lorida this summer, the heat has taken its toll on this course. The greens we re a bit spotty and, for the most part, looked thirsty and tired. They did r oll decently, but were mostly inconsistent. The powers-that-be could also stand to put out a few more water coolers on the course or have a beverage cart available. There is nothing worse than being hot and thirsty while trying to concentrate on your game. N ot everything was bad, however. In fact, the good outnumbered the bad. The staff was very good and quite pleasant. The course itself is relatively flat and pretty open once you get past the first half-dozen holes. Best of all, my drives rolled out pretty well on the firm fairways. I felt like a pro watching my ball run a few dozen yards each time. I didn't stop to count them all, but there may be a thousand palm trees on this course. All you need is a little bad luck and you find yourself behind one or six. There is also a lot of water that comes into play. Because the course is so flat, you really don't see the water until it's too late. It's a good idea to check the scorecard before you tee off on every hole so that you know where the water may be lurking. B uilt in 1969, Mallards Landing plays to a par of 72, with the longest set of tees measuring 6,955-yards and the shortest 5,399. There is another set in-between or you can mix them up and find your own level of comfort. F ollowing the shortest of the par-5s on the course, comes the toughest hole if you are playing from the tips. The par-4 fifth, measures 462-yards from the back tees and requires a tee shot that is not only long, but that splits water on either side. You must also not miss this green to the right as water lurks awaiting any shot heading there. R emembering back to my younger days, I always liked the par-4 10th. I think it was because the hole fit my usual fade off the tee and I usually found myself walking away with a birdie or easy par to start my back nine. The stretch of holes from 13 through 16 is the toughest on the course. There are six par-4s measuring over 400 yards on the course, and two of them bookend this quartet of holes. In between you get the longest par-5 at 544 yards and a 234-yard par-3. Play these holes within your handicap and y ou are doing quite well. E ighteen at Mallards Landing is a solid finishing hole. While it lacks intimidating distance, measuring just 365 yards, it challenges you like no other hole here. Water runs along the entire right side of this dog-leg right par-4. The more you bite off the corner to make for a shorter approach, the more you bring that water into play and the longer you need to carry your GOLFJAMES STAMMER F riday, September 12, 201420Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com HOUGHROOFING&SCREENROOMS787958 S TATECERTIFIEDROOF INGCO NTRACTOR321-480-5954 321-837-1838F ax: 321-984-0414 Houghroofinginc@aol.comwww.houghroofing.netState Certified Contractor #CCC057414 Aluminum #RX11066878All Types of R oof Repair! 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Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 12, 201421 Have you ever had your dog panting in your face and wondered wh at the heck he or she just ate. Was it a dead animal maybe? Most likely, it is halitosis or bad breath. Usually this f oul smell emanating from your dogs mouth is due to severe tarter and gingivitis or maybe even pyorrhea (pus in the gums). In cats, there may be no bad breath at all, but they may refuse to eat, especially their crunch food. T hese are serious issues and can lead to other maladies throughout the body. It is a good idea to get your dog and cat in for a routine dental check up at your veterinarians office. Some simple blood work, dental scaling and polishing and your dog and cats breath will be fresh. Then they can bestow you with endless kisses once ag ain. Call your veterinarian for further guidance and information.106974T ails from the Vet Dr. Michael Ponte Dr. Michael Ponte (321) 254-1754 www.sarnoanimalhospital.com 321-632-9538 1-800-423-7424788003 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 9/30/14 The 2010 earthquake decimated much ofHaiti, including many schools. Before the dust settled, however, students ofHoly Trinity Episcopal Academy, through the leadership ofthe Reverend Joy WillardW illiford, decided to raise some money for Episcopal R eliefand Development, an aid organization r esponding to the disaster. Interest in Haiti grew at Holy Trinity, and soon, the Rev. Willard-Williford was introduced to the Haiti-American Partnership Program ofthe National Association ofEpiscopal Schools. As a result, Holy Trinity entered a formal sister school relationship with St. Sacrement, a school with approximately 125 students in Fond Parisien a 45 minute drive east ofPort-au-Prince. T he preschool to 6th grade students ofSt. Sacrement have only the barest ofschool necessities. T hings that all American students take for granted maps, globes, computers, indoor plumbing and electric lights are just dreams inside the concrete block and tin roofs ofSt. Sacrement. Yet, the greatest need is for teachers, and so the bulk ofdonations thus far more than $14,000 goes to fund teacher salaries. Holy Trinity students raise funds through various fundraising events, and parents and businesses are encouraged to donate, too. St. Sacrements priest and the Rev. WillardW illiford have visited each others schools in an effort to grow the relationship and enable their respective students to learn about their counterparts. The students also exchange cards, but since there is no postal service in Haiti, the cards are carried by hand w hen someone happens to visit the school. At Holy Trinity, book learning is just one part of the well-rounded education the students receive. Students are being encouraged to put the needs of others before their own. What a wonderful world this would be ifwe all followed their example. 106946Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy Students Helping Haitian Counterparts 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!Blake Shelton first headliner for 2015 Runaway CountryCountry music star Blake Shelton was announced as the first headliner at the fifth annual 2015 Runaway Country Music F estival March 20-22 at Wickham Park in Melbourne. Tickets are on sale now. BREVARD Much to the anticipation of country music fans from Breva rd C ounty and beyond, organizers of the fifth annual Runaway Country M usic Festival have announced Blake S helton as the first headliner for the Mar ch 20-22, 2015, event. Pr eparations are under way to welcome music fans from all over Florida, across the country and from around the world. Families and friends will once again gather at Melbournes W ickham Park, leaving an estimated local economic impact of almost $6 million. Last year, we hosted visitors from 38 states, 10 countries and just about every county in Florida, said festival executive producer Gary McCann. W ickham Park transforms into a festiv al paradise with several lakes, towering palms, large campsites and a spacious concert bowl area with great sight lines. We are all in for a real treat. McC ann continued, Runaway C ountry will again bring in the nations largest mobile stage, sitting four stor ies high, combined with Nashvilles best audio and light show. The fifth annual event promises to be one heck of a weekend. Blake Shelton certainly has us off to an amazing start. B ack again for 2015, is the popular M y Apartment, which is a side-stage dining and lounge area, offering catered VIP lunch and dinner during the day, then as soon as the main stage closes, transforms into an after-hours nightclub, with live entertainment. The weekend includes non-stop music, shopping, dining, backstage meet & greets, contests and more, beginning Friday at p.m., and running through Sunday evening. Fourteen additional artists are still to be announced. The Space Coast offers 72 miles of oceanfront beaches, including Melbourne, Cocoa Beach, Palm Bay and T itusville. Music fans can choose from approximately 12,000 hotel rooms for every budget and taste within 10-20 minutes of the festival site. S ingle-day and weekend ticket packages are on sale now. F or tickets,hotel,camping or festival information,visit www.RunawayCountry.com.Easton Corbin,Joe Diffie,LoCash Cowboys, Caroline Kole also confirmedF or Hometown NewsnewsML@hometownnewsol.com

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F riday, September 12, 201422Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com 106963Executive Rental $1200/monthLocated inNW Palm Bay, no pets, no smokers (321) 727-7855Fax 888-476-1136Over 26 Years Experience Sales Rental Property Management We Make Real Estate Happen6255 Minton Rd, NE Palm Bay cwilcoxre@yahoo.comSee Wilcox get the job done! 106968 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 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 787966 788047 QWh at happens after buying a tax certificate?Answer: Two things can happen if y ou buy a tax certificate. Either (1) the homeowner or a mortgage holder ofthe property will redeem the tax certificate by paying the amount owed plus accrued interest, or (2) after holding the certificate for two years you will be able to apply for a tax deed sale ofthe property. I will go into more detail in later articles a bout the process ofapplying for tax deed sales and wh at rights tax deeds give you in the property. T here is an incentive for the property owner and the mortgage holder to redeem the tax certificates before two years elapse so that the holder cannot apply f or a tax deed sale. A tax deed would give the holder legal title (although not marketable title) to the property. It would also extinguish all junior liens such as mortgages on the property. Therefore, there is great incentive for the property owner and the mortgage holder to prevent this outcome and redeem the tax certificates. Ifmoney is tight, one strategy is to pay the o ldest tax certificates first, to not allow any tax certificate to be held for two years. Michael E. Dujovne, Esq. ofVolk Law Offices, P .A.,practices in the areas ofreal estate,business and civil litigation.His office is located at 1901 S. Harbor City Blvd.,Suite 700,Melbourne,FL 32901. His telephone number is (321) 726-8338.The matters discussed here are general in nature and are not to be relied upon as legal advice in the absence of a 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. What Happens After Buying A Tax Certificate?106924 106849 a great success for the organization, as its a great day that people can share with their whole family, fur kids included. S he estimated that nearly 300 people attend the event each year. An interactive fundraiser, Paws at the Pier will be emceed by Mindy Levy of M ike & Mindy in the Morning on Lite R ock 99.3 FM. There will also be a variety of pet contests, including Best Dressed Pet, B est Pet Trick and Pet/Companion Look-a-Like, as well as a special visit from MoonDawgie and Sheila, the K ing and Queen of the Pier. There will also be a vendor village, a pet psychic, music by Nowhere to R um, food and a silent auction. Ms. Cole also said that the Humane S ociety will unveil the 23rd annual B est Pets of Brevard calendar, which r eceived 185 entries for this year. The calendar, which highlights local pets, while also supporting the homeless animals along the Space Coast, is just $10 per calendar. P aws at the Pier is one of the Central Br evard Humane Societys signature events that helps raise awareness and financial support for unwanted and abandoned pets that visit our adoption centers in Cocoa and Merritt Island each year, Ms. Cole said. It is a great way to spend time with your pups! The Central Brevard Humane Society will host the 13th annual Paws at the Pier event, in conjunction with the second annual Paws in the Sand Dog W alk, on Saturday, Sept. 20. R egistration for the Dog Walk begins at 7:30 a.m., while the Paws at the Pier event begins at 8 a.m. Adv anced tickets may be purchased at the Central Brevard Humane Society in Cocoa, at any of its Molly Mutt Thrift S hops in Melbourne, Merritt Island, P alm Bay and Rockledge, its Merritt I sland Adoption Center and the Westgate Resorts Cocoa Beach Pier. F or more information,call (321) 6363343 or visit www.BrevardHumaneSociety.com.P awsF rom page 15 tee shot. If you play safely down the middle or left, you leave yourself a longer approach to one of the smallest greens on the course. In all, Mallards Landing is still a fun course. My round was as fun as I r emember any from my past. The course is holding its first 3club tournament on Saturday, S eptember 20. The cost is $38 and includes golf with cart, range balls, lunch and prizes. This promises to be a fun and interesting event. To experience Mallards Landing for yourself, for more information on the course of the upcoming 3 Club T ournament, call the pro shop at (321) 255-4606 or visit www.mallardslandinggolf.com. Ja mes 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.GolfF rom page 20 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. Ti cket 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.Sam Jam returns to the Space CoastT he Seventh Annual Samuel D.OutF rom page 17 See OUT, page 23 Dr. Denture106967 Quality Dentures Reasonable Fees Competitive Prices Medicaid AcceptedOne Day Service for Relines and RepairsDeluxeDentures Full Set or Single Astron 1180 AvailableHypoallergenic Acrylic availableCall for appointment: 321-259-1949313 N. BABCOCK ST. MELBOURNEFL Lic# 10444

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Gorman Memorial Benefit, Sam Jam, will be held on Sept. 14 at Pineda Bar and Grill in Melbourne. T his event will feature the areas finest bands and entertainers from 1-9 p.m. Over the years, this event has raised more than $10,000 to benefit Brevard Music Aid, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, which helps Brevard musicians and music professionals in catastrophic situations. All proceeds from the event go directly to Brevard Music Aid on Sammys behalf, as a part of his ongoing legacy. T he Pineda Inn Bar and Grill is located at 6533 N. U.S. Highway 1 in Melbourne, just south of the Suntree Boulevard and U.S. 1 intersection. The Pineda Inn contact number is (321) 751 -5311. T his will be a fun-filled day of bands, raffles and giveaways. There will be a full stage and large tented areas, so everyone can keep cool. T he event area will be tented, with some tables and chairs provided by ACES All Cities Expo Services. We will remember, honor and celebrate the lives of Brevard musicians and friends who have passed away. T he parking lot at the Pineda Inn will be fenced off, so all parking will be at the Florida Today newspaper parking lot, (Gannet Building, 1 Gannet Plaza), with a shuttle service provided by Hot Rayz Limousine Service from noon to 10 p.m., to the get everyone from the parking lot to Pineda Inn and back to the parking area. P arking for motorcycles will be in front of the restaurant section of Pineda Inn on the pavement. F or more information, call (321) 7594435.Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 12, 201423 658 N. Wickham Rd. Melbourne, FL 32935 (321) 254-4008 (321) 355-0474Thrift Store787985Hours:Monday-Saturday 9 a.m.-6 p.m.Come see our wide selection of furniture, small appliances, clothing, shoes, books, jewelry, knick knacks, entertainment centers and more! ObituariesElla Mai ProvostElla Mai Provost, 93, of Melbourne, died Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation & Funeral Care, Melbourne.Darwin O. WaggonerDar win O. Waggoner, 72, of Melbourne, died Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014. Arrangements were by Davis Seawinds Funeral Home & Crematory, M elbourne.Connie Mae PlummerC onnie Mae Plummer, 88, of Melbourne, died Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation & Funeral Care, Melbourne.Arveca E. MossArveca E. Moss, 87, of Melbourne, died Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation & Funeral Care, Melbourne.Gudrun Kristine KnarvikG udrun Kristine Knarvik, 94, of Melbourne, died Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation & Funeral Care, Melbourne.Fr ances R. TufanoFr ances R. Tufano, 89, of West Melbourne, died Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014. Arrangements were by Ammen Family Cremation & Funeral Care, Melbourne.Robert Vernon ScottR obert Vernon Scott, 79, of Melbourne, died Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014. 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Hometown News M ELBOURNE www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, September 12, 201427 TELLEM YOU SAW THEIR AD IN THE HOMETOWN NEWS! SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS TELLEM Y OU SAW THEIR AD IN THE HOMETOWN NEWS!GET RESULTS WHEN YOU PLACE YOUR AD IN HOMETOWN NEWS! CALL CLASSIFIED 321-242-0442TELLEM Y OU SAW THEIR AD IN THE HOMETOWN NEWS! TELLEM Y OU SAW THEIR AD IN THE HOMETOWN NEWS! TELLEM Y OU SAW THEIR AD IN THE HOMETOWN NEWS!FIND IT B UY IT SELL IT! CLASSIFIED 321-242-0442SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS BE A HOMETOWN NEWS ADVERTISER, OR COMPETE WITH ONE! PLACE YOUR AD BY CALLING 321-242-0442 056518 FOR RENT584948 REAL ESTATE 05 4 039 FOR SALE584949 MUSICAL MAYHEM 056539 056545 $26,000 VILLAGE GREEN Load of amenities & a great view! New A/C in 2009. Newer hot water heater, plumbing, refrigerator, stove & washer/dryer. VB1083. V ero Beach. Call Patricia (772) 232-7222 $29,900VILLAGE GREEN Re-done top to bottom! Fully furnished 2BR on the lake. Hurricane shutters, newer plumbing & freshly painted throughout. VB1141. Vero Beach. Call Patricia (772) 232-7222 $29,900VILLAGE GREEN Large & beautiful 3 bedroom w/12x24 addition under heat & air. New double roof in 2005. Beautiful landscaping. VB1168. V ero Beach. Call Patricia (772) 232-7222 $25,000 $29,900VILLAGE GREEN Updated home close to the clubhouse! New porch & patio in 2012. Freshly landscaped. Thermopane windows. Furnished. VB1197. Vero Be ach. Call Patricia (772) 232-7222VILLAGE GREEN Fabulous lakefront, fully furnished, wrap around FL room & a covered patio area. A/C serviced twice a year. VB1185. Vero Beach. Call Patricia (772) 232-7222 LOT 238 LOT 765 LOT 720 LOT 91 LOT 510VILLAGE GREEN Perimeter lot, FL room plus screen room. Newer carpet & tile flooring & newer windows throughout. Vapor barrier, vinyl siding & clam shell shutters. VB1203. Vero Beach. Call Patricia (772) 232-7222$23,000Specializing in Manufactured Home Resales Since 1982 W aterfront Homes Retirement Communities Golf Communities Title Transfers &Quick ClosingsListing &Selling Homes inMicco, Sebastian, Vero Beach, Melbourne and surrounding areas!www.FourStarHomes.com$12,000VERO BEACH (Village Green) V iew of the Lake Large shed/workshop T ons of closet space Newer carpet throughout T ransferrable Home Warranty Immediate OccupancyCall Patricia (772) 232-7222 FEATURE OF THE WEEK LOT 244VB1206 LOT 201 RESORT-LIKE HOTEL ROOMAVAILABLE WEEKLY FOR ONLY $196+ TAX (1-2 PEOPLE)Located in front of intracoastal on US1 Microwave &fridge in room. Hot coffee in lobby 24 hours! Large swimming pool, newly r enovated, in a tropical setting.RIVER PALM HOTEL420 S.Harbor City Blvd.(US 1)321-723-5320/Fax: 321-724-0581054706 HUNTERS PARADISE $49,900 Own 40acres to 350acres F rom $1250/acre.Private road & creek frontage. Mountain views.Excellent hunting.Adjoins 347 acres state land. Call 877-583 3745 or Remax 423-756-5700 COASTAL WATERFRONT Liquidation Sale! Sat 9/13 ONLY.Ocean Access Homesite ONLY $29,900, was $149,900. Wor ld-class amenities all completed! Deep, dockab le waterfront available. Best bargain in America! Low financing. 877-888-1416, x 138 MELBOURNE,55+ Lamplighter Village. 2Br/2Ba. Renovated. Move in Ready.All new appliances.Central air, storage shed.Motivated Seller, $17,900.Excellent v alue! 321-223-2865 SEE PHOTOS ONLINE! www.HometownNewsOL. com, ad #75081 HUNTERS PARADISE 49,900 Own 40 to 350 acres From 1250 per acre Private road frontage, Creek frontage, Mountain views, Excellent hunting.Adjoins 347 acres state land Call 877-520-6719 or Remax 423-756-5700 WA TERFRONT PROPERTYFOR SALE: Coastal Waterfront Liquidation Sale! Sat 9/13 ONLY.Ocean Access Homesite ONLY $29,900, was $149,900. Wor ld-class amenities all completed! Deep, dockab le waterfront available. Best bargain in America! Low financing.Call 877-888-1416 x140 ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA Remodeled 2/2 Bch Hse w/gar.+ carport.Steps to ocean.Enclsd frnt porch New cabinets countertop. $165,000.386-334-9072. See photos online at hometownnewsol.com ad# 75151 INDIALANTIC BEACH SIDE DUPLEX 2/1 each unit w/ garages, w alk to beach, brdwalk, shops.Excellent location & income.321-725-2353 MIMS-NICE LOCATION! 3BR/2BA 1600sf.fenced lot.Low taxes! Conv.to schools.Asking $75,000. Call 352-210-6044 or 706-315-9882 W. MELBOURNE Hollywood Estates, 2005 3BR/2BA all appls, w/d, 2 living rooms, 2 porches, 1700sf under air, You o wn the land & the home! $86,500 OBO 859-948-1425 CONTRACT FAILED! 6 acres Stream $26,900. Views, apple trees, pines, gorgeous stream, 3 hours from NY City! Terms av ail! Discounts for cash! Call 1-866-669-3063 NewYorkLandandLakes .com MELBOURNE The Bluffs 2BR/2BA + 1BR Mother-In-Law apt.1925 Remodeled Spanish home w/3 buildable lots. Main house:rec room, fireplace, storage + mother in law apt off porch. $150,000.or will trade for mountain house.Call 321-733-6662;795-2565 A UCTION4 Estatesize lots on Fort Loudon Lake, Lenoir City, Tennessee.Sept.20, 10:30 AM.Furrow Auction Co. 1-800-4FURROW or www .furro w .com TN Lic. 62 CAPE NEAR BEACH!Efficiency Rooms for RentEfficiencies 1-2rms, furn, cable, a/c, pool, laundry f acilities.$140/ wk & up. Long term, no pets. 321-784-2777;223-1156GEORGIA LAND SALE197 ACRES $1,150/AC. Hardwood drain, planted pine, 3 paved roads. Other tracts available. treesandfarms.com Call 478-224-0459 William Long Agency NORTH CAROLINABRYSON CITY. 2.64 acre mountain residential lot.Spectacular view, 3600ft.altitude. Easily accessible. NO INTEREST O WNER FINANCING! 10% down.$45,000. Call owner 352-232-6959 www.wildcatknob.comRENTED!!!ORMOND BY THE SEA Large 3/2/2 $1375/mo. I rented my home using the Hometown News.I definitely recommend to anyone trying to rent. M.M. TITUSVILLE 1, 2 & 3 bdrm units.Forest Park South Apartments Subsidized Section 8 property 521 Rock Pit Rd. Call 321-267-3111 TTY 711 O WNER Financed Land. $1000 down.Easy terms. All kinds and sizes. 1-5-10 Acres.Beautiful Homesites.Lots, Acreages.Florida Land Networ k, Leonard Dicks Realty.386-243-0124 NorthFloridaLandForSale .com FORECLOSURENC Mtns. Handcrafted log cabin on 2 ac.w/stream. Lg loft open living area private setting needs wo rk. Only $67,100 wont last! 828-286-2981TENNESSEE MOUNTAINSBy owner.1+ acres lakeview property.All underg round utilities, paved road.Gated community. Covered boat slips.Near Knoxville.$39,900.Owner Financing. Call 740-679-3617 054236WE CAN HELP YOU RENT YOUR PROPERTY!!4 WEEKS OF ADVERTISING6 LINES OF TEXT!(BUY 1 WEEK, GET 3 WEEKS FREE!)from only$49Choose 2 newspapers from our 15 Local C ommunity Papers!(Each addl paper only $10!)H ometown News321-242-0442We v e got you covered! 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