Hometown news (Melbourne, FL). 2007.

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Hometown news (Melbourne, FL). 2007.
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Vol. 14, No. 51 en-USFriday, July 6, 2018 MELBOURNEWEST MELBOURNE en-US @HometownNewsBrevard @hometownnewsbrevard @HometownNewsBre en-USINDEX Adoptable 8 en-US Classified 22 Crossword en-US21en-US Horoscopes en-US15en-US Obituaries 21 Out & About 15 Police Report en-US5 Viewpoint en-US6 en-USNEXT LAUNCHen-USJuly 21, 1:50-5:50 a.m. EDT:en-US A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will en-US launch the Telstar 19 VANen-US-en-US TAGE satellite for Telesat. Health & Wellness Special Section Next Edition August 31 Call 321-242-1013 to advertise! HALF PRICE GIFT CERTIFICATESPURCHASE TODAY AT: HOT DEALS! from Hometown News FEATURING: en-USLIKES HIS FRIENDSen-USBandit Borg, a 14-year-en-US old Min Pin likes to go en-US on walks and sit in the en-US sun HOMETOWN HEROES 11 PET OF THE WEEK 19 TOURING WITH THE TOWNIES 4 en-USTWO-WEEKS AWAYen-USKen and Ruth Laumer en-US of West Melbourne en-US take a trans-Atlantic en-US cruise to Spain en-USRead the latest en-US news about military en-US en-US responders en-USTHOSE WHO SERVE en-USAlex Schierholtz/Staff photographeren-USJacob LaSculla, 10, and Daniel Kirttand, 10, both of West Melbourne, donate en-US school supplies for a back 2 school backpack drive for special needs children en-US during Schools out Summer Dance on Friday, June 29 at Space Coast Field of en-US Dreams in West Melbourne. en-USMELBOURNE Last year, a fire that en-US devastated a facility for children with special needs en-US gave Morgans Place owner Kristen Malfara the en-US opportunity to rebuild with newer elements and en-US technology.en-US A grand opening was scheduled for the week of en-US July 2-6, with open house times varying to en-US accommodate residents and their work schedules. Open house is available from noon to 2 p.m. on en-USJuly 5 and 4 to 6 p.m. July 6 at 4241 N. U.S. 1, en-US Melbourne.en-US Private tours can still be scheduled for those en-US interested in learning more about Morgans Place en-US and what it has to offer the community.en-US It feels like theres a weight off my back, Mrs. en-US Malfara said. This has been the longest year. We en-US never thought it was going to take a year. Were en-US excited to have the community come in and see en-US what weve done with the place, and to learn more en-US about what we do for the community.en-US Weve been voted Brevards Best-Kept Secret en-USToys R Us en-US closes en-US doors en-US en-US for gooden-USMELBOURNE After 71 years in en-US business, the Toys R Us franchise en-US announced earlier this year that it en-US would be going out of business June 29 en-US and closing the doors of all 735 of its en-US U.S. store locations, including the en-US longstanding Brevard County staple en-US along Route 192 in Melbourne. en-US I remember coming here as a kid; it en-US was always such a treat. My little guy en-US loves it, too, said Tammy Farmer of en-US Indian Harbour Beach, who scoured en-US the rows of empty aisles at the Melen-US -en-US bourne Toys R Us June 25 with her en-US 4-year-old son, Brady. Its just sad that en-US he will never know the true joy of en-US growing up a Toys R Us kid.en-US U.S. employees have been schedulen-US -en-US ing protests after learning that they en-US wouldnt be paid severance after losing en-US their jobs. Some 31,000 workers were en-US let go and given 60 days notice, as en-US required by federal law.en-US The closure includes Babies R Us, en-US and stores have been closing nationen-US -en-US wide, along with stores located in en-US Puerto Rico. To date, Toys R Us en-US remains open for business in Canada.en-US Liquidation sales began in March en-US and customers flocked to the stores to en-US find discounted items. The company en-US filed for bankruptcy September, 2017, en-US and failed to bounce back with Christen-US -en-US mas sales.en-GBSeeen-GB en-GB MORGAN'Sen-GB, page 8en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB TOYSen-GB page 2 en-USMorgans Place bounces en-US back one year after fireen-US en-USBy Brittany Mulliganen-USBMulligan@hometownnewsol.comen-USBy Brittany Mulliganen-USBMulligan@hometownnewsol.comen-USSupporting the cause


en-US 2 en-USWith competitors such as en-US and other online retailers, Toys R Us left en-US a statement on its website regarding comen-US-en-US pany restructuring.en-US Our primary focus is on re-imagining en-US our business with you in mind, wrote en-US CEO David Brandon. In addition to conen-US -en-US venience, we also recognize that you want en-US fair and competitive prices and it is our en-US job to deliver on that expectation... The en-US reinvention of our brands requires that we en-US make tough decisions about our priority en-US and focus... Thank you for your support en-US and for choosing to shop with us.en-US For more information, visit en-USwww.toysen-US-en-US rusinc.comen-US CALL TODAY for a FREE Consultation321-394-9098August H. Velten CLU & Associates, Inc. Instructor for Adult Financial Education Services, a not-for-profit corporation devoted to helping improve the financial literacy of adults 50 and over who are concerned about their retirement savings and how to help ensure a safe, secure future. We help our clients map out a realistic retirement income plan. We help our clients choose the correct Social Security options to best fit their life situation. We help our clients understand the timing of when to draw on qualified accounts such as IRAs, 401ks, or 403bs for retirement income. We help our clients -understand how and when to utilize non-qualified funds for retirement income. We help our clients understand how to create tax efficiency during retirement and pay less taxes. We help our clients understand how to reduce the chance of outliving your retirement income. Toys en-USFrom page 1 en-USAlex Schierholtz/staff photographeren-USToys R Us closed its doors in Melbourne on June 29. The business en-US announced bankrupty last September and has closed 735 of its U.S. en-US and Puerto Rico stores. en-USCommunity Calendaren-USFor the complete Community Calender en-US listings, go to en-US www.hometownnewsen-US en-US, JULY 6en-USTake a walk, learn to knit: en-US The City of en-US Melbourne's Parks and Recreation Departen-US -en-US ment hosts Adult Morning Club from 8:30 en-US to 10:30 a.m. Fridays, Mondays and en-US Wednesdays.en-US Enjoy an early walk to reduce stress, en-US build muscle, strengthen your heart, and en-US learn how to crochet and knit. You also will en-US have the opportunity to learn about basic en-US skills of computers and cell phone en-US technology.en-US Admission is free and for ages 18 years en-US and older.en-US For more information, call (321) 608-en-US 7450.en-US Dance to the oldies: en-USEnjoy music from en-US "Yesteryear" from 7 to 10 p.m. every first en-US Friday of the month (July 6) at the VFW en-US Post 4206, 3201 Dairy Road, Melbourne.en-US The dance is open to the public.en-US George and Mike perform all the clasen-US -en-US sics from the good ol' days.en-US For more information, call (321) 724-en-US 4121.en-US Dinner and dancing:en-US Elks Lodge No. 1744 welcomes Elks and guests to en-UStheir lodge, 211 S. Nieman Ave., en-US Melbourne, for Dinner and Dance Night en-US Fridays at 5 p.m.en-US For more information about room en-US rentals or scheduled activities, call (321) en-US 768-1744.en-USSATURDAY, JULY 7en-USCommunicate with confidence:en-US The en-US Peace Talkers Toastmasters Club meets en-US from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturdays at Wat en-US Punyawanaram Buddhist Temple, 4490 en-US Aurora Road, Melbourne.en-US The group can help you improve your en-US communication and leadership skills at a en-US peaceful setting.en-US For more information, email Pim Paren-US -en-US part at en-US piml@juno.comen-US.en-US Weekend karaoke: Elks Lodge No. 1744 en-USwelcomes Elks and guests to their lodge, en-US 211 S. Nieman Ave., Melbourne, at 6 p.m. en-US the first (July 7) and third Saturdays (July 21) of the month for karaoke in the en-USbar.en-US Hamburgers and hot dogs with fries will en-US be sold.en-US For more information about room renten-US-en-US als or scheduled activities, call (321) 768-en-US 1744.en-US SUNDAY, JULY 8 en-GBSeeen-GB en-GB CALENDARen-GB, page 5


en-US 3 Veterans, Military Personnel, and First Responders get 15% discount when mentioning this ad. (Presentation of a valid ID required at time of purchase.) 1694 A W. HIBISCUS MELBOURNE, FL 32401 321.591.9005 8AM-9PM 7 DAYS A WEEK APPOINTMENTS RECOMMENDED WWW.SOULERFLOAT.COMAN OASIS FOR THE SOULStress Relief Beyond Belief Call or See our Website for Pricing & Details Two Rivers Family Practice Currently Accepting New Patients! Most Major Insurance Plans Accepted Same Day and Next Day Appointments1231 S. Patrick Dr., Satellite Beach, FL 32937Fax 321-622-8329 www.TwoRiversFamilyPractice.comCall today to schedule your appointment 321-622-5432 Dr. Frances Capraro, MDMary Beth Britton-King, ARNP Starting July 15, 2018 we are in network with AETNA Commercial Health and AETNA Medicare PPO Florida Tech hosts corrosion congress en-USPhoto courtesy of Florida Institute of Technologyen-USFlorida Tech recently hosted an internationally-attended forum, the International en-US Congress on Marine Corrosion and Fouling.en-USBREVARD COUNTY One en-US of the more difficult aspects of en-US material and structural efficiency en-US in a marine environment is coren-US -en-US rosion and fouling.en-US On June 24-29, Florida Instien-US -en-US tute of Technology recently hosten-US -en-US ed the 19th International Conen-US -en-US gress on Marine Corrosion and en-US Fouling.en-US There were presentations from en-US academics, government officials en-US such as Congressman Bill Posey, en-US and industry officials during the en-US event, who spoke on possible en-US solutions and anti-fouling en-US efforts.en-US The ICMCF originated in en-US Juan-Les-Pins, France in 1964. en-US Since then, the ICMCF has been en-US held in various locations around en-US the world.en-US This conference [has] kept en-US with past ICMCF traditions by en-US providing an interdisciplinary en-US program that will highlight en-US research efforts in understanding en-US and combating biofouling and en-US corrosion of materials and strucen-US -en-US tures immersed in the marine en-US environment, ICMCF officials en-US stated. It is ICMCFs goal to en-US bring experts from around the en-US world together to discuss the laten-US -en-US est basic and applied research en-US advances in biology, microbioloen-US-en-US gy, chemistry, physical chemisen-US -en-US try, coatings, and materials to en-US help face the challenges of bioen-US-en-US fouling and corrosion.en-US Florida Tech is home to the en-US Center for Corrosion and Bioen-US-en-US fouling Control, led by Geoffrey en-US Swain, one of the worlds preemien-US -en-US nent anti-fouling engineers, en-US Florida Tech officials stated in a en-US recent press release.en-US Geoffrey Swain provided the en-US first discussion of the ICMCF en-US event, speaking about the Center en-US for Corrosion and Biofouling en-US Control, its research, and highen-US-en-US lights from the past 30 years of en-US research.en-US Some of the topics covered at en-US the ICMCF were Biomimicry, en-US Bioinspiration and Natural Antien-US -en-US foulants; Fouling as a Vector for en-US Invasive Species; and New Antien-US-en-US fouling Technology, among othen-US -en-US ers.en-US For more information on the en-US 19th International Congress on en-US Marine Corrosion and Fouling, en-US visit en-US medium=email&utm_en-US source=sendpress&utm_camen-US -en-US paignen-US .en-US By Austin


en-US 4 TOURING WITH THE TOWNIES!Are you a fan of the Hometown News ? Well, we are inviting you to take us along on your next adventure. Each week, we will feature a different reader submitted photo that showcases one (or more) of our Brevard County residents reading the Hometown News in a unique or exotic place. Email your photo (at least 1MB in size) to your photos@hometownnewsol. com and include your first and last name, the city you live in and the location/date of where the photo was taken. Type TOURING WITH THE TOWNIES in the subject line. Lets see how many places we can go! Member SIPC Bank-issued FDIC insured CD Rates 6 month 2.25%APY* 2 year 2.80%APY* 1 year 2.45%APY* 3 years 3.00%APY*Minimum deposit $1,000 Annual Percentage yield (APY) eective 07/02/2018. CDs oered by Edward Jones are bank-issued and FDIC-insured up to $250,000 (principal and interest accrued but not yet paid) per depositor, per insured depository institution, for each account ownership category. Please visit or contact your nancial advisor for additional information. Subject to availability and price change. CD values are subject to interest rate risk such that when interest rates rise the prices of CDs can decrease. If CDs are sold prior to maturity, the investor can lose principal value. FDIC insurance does not cover losses in market value. Early withdrawal may not be permitted. Yields quoted are not of all commissions. CDs require the distribution of interest and do not allow interest to compound. CDs oered through Edward Jones are issued by banks and thrifts nationwide. All CDs sold by Edward Jones are registered with the Depository Trust Corp. (DTC). Ken and Ruth Laumer of West Melbourne reading the Hometown News in Barcelona, Spain. They took a 14 day transAtlantic cruise to get to Barcelona, then worked their way by plane, train, bus, and taxi to Spangdahlem AFB, Germany, where they hopped a ride on an AF plane back to the states. 321-394-9340


en-US 5 en-USFor more information or to register, call en-US (321) 631-9494 or email en-US tioffice@en-US tiofbrevard.comen-US.en-USMONDAY, JULY 9en-USGrief support group: en-USHospice of St. en-US Francis will host a Grief Support Group at en-US 1 p.m. Mondays and 10 a.m. Thursdays, at en-US 4875 N. Wickham Road, Suite 108, en-US Melbourne.en-US For more information, call Christy en-US Taylor at (321) 269-4240 or email en-US, JULY 10en-USKaraoke night: en-US Elks Lodge No. 1744 en-US welcomes Elks and guests to their lodge, en-US 211 S. Nieman Ave., Melbourne, for en-US Karaoke with Janice and Rene from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesdays. Supper is available after 5 p.m. For more information about room en-USrentals or scheduled activities, call (321) en-US 768-1744.en-USTHURSDAY, JULY 12en-USAll fun and games: en-US The City of en-US Melbourne Police Departmenten-USHaley Rice, 25, of Potomac Drive, Melen-US -en-US bourne, was arrested June 23 and charged en-US with battery on a law enforcement officer/fireen-US -en-US fighter/EMT, possession of cocaine, possesen-US-en-US sion of a controlled substance, driving while en-US under the influence, attempted escape, posen-US -en-US session of drug paraphernalia, resisting officer en-US without violence as aggravated assault, and en-US threatening a law enforcement officer with en-US death or serious bodily harm. en-US Micah Johnson, 32, of Piney Branch Way, en-US West Melbourne, was arrested June 25 and en-US charged with possession of methamphetamine, en-US and possession of drug paraphernalia. en-US Tabetha Cook-Swanson, 40, of Courtland en-US Boulevard, Deltona, was arrested June 26 and en-US charged with grand theft larceny over $5,000 en-US and less than $10,000, obtaining property by en-US false impersonation, two counts possession of en-US personal ID of another without authorization (4 en-US or fewer) scheme to defraud false pretenses en-US less than $20,000, two felony counts of use/en-US possession of personal ID of another without en-US consent, and two felony counts of uttering en-US forged bill/check/draft or note. en-US Russell Pratt, 38, of Strawbridge Avenue, en-US Melbourne, was arrested June 26 and charged en-US with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon en-US without intent to kill, and battery domestic vioen-US-en-US lence. en-US Craig Dewberry, 21, of Tree Ridge Lane, en-US Palm Bay, was arrested June 27 and charged en-US with four counts of possession of cocaine with en-US intent to sell/manufacture/deliver, four counts of en-US possession of cocaine, two counts of sale of en-US cocaine, and two counts of possession of a en-US controlled substance. en-US Edward Hough, 34, of Rolling Rock Drive, en-US Melbourne, was arrested June 27 and charged en-US with giving false ID to secondhand dealer less en-US than $300. en-USBrevard County Sheriff's Officeen-USKevin Davis, 41, of Albemarle Street, Melen-US-en-US bourne, was arrested June 23 and charged en-US with battery by strangulation. en-US Kenneth Kraft, 31, of Scottish Street, Palm en-US Bay, was arrested June 23 and charged with en-US possession of a controlled substance. en-US Michael Murray, 21, of Tugwell Street, Palm en-US Bay, was arrested June 23 and charged with en-US battery by strangulation, FTA felony, robbery en-US sudden snatch without firearm or weapon, and en-US tampering in misdemeanor proceedings. en-US Gregory Minor, 59, of Sadler Lane, Melen-US -en-US bourne, was arrested June 23 and charged en-US with possession of a controlled substance, en-US marijuana less than 20 grams, and possession en-US of drug paraphernalia. en-US Kevin Davis, 41, of Albemarle Street, Melen-US-en-US bourne, was arrested on June 23 and charged en-US with battery by strangulation. en-US Clayton Davis, 39, of Carolina Avenue, Rocken-US-en-US ledge, Florida, was arrested June 24 and en-US charged with aggravated assault on a law en-US enforcement officer/firefighter/EMT, possession en-US of a controlled substance, and possession of en-US drug paraphernalia. en-US Joseph Montanez, 47, of Denison Court, en-US Cocoa, was arrested June 24 and charged with en-US aggravated assault with a deadly weapon withen-US -en-US out intent to kill, criminal mischief over $200 en-US and less than $1,000, and shoot or throw misen-US -en-US sile into dwelling/vehicle/building/aircraft en-US aggravated assault. en-US Aaron Miller, 30, of Locksley Road, Melen-US-en-US bourne, was arrested June 24 and charged en-US with grand theft shoplifting over $300 and less en-US than $5,000 and resisting law enforcement offien-US-en-US cer in recovery of stolen property. en-US Sally Debets, 50, of Craig Avenue, Titusville, en-US was arrested June 25 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of a controlled substance, contributing en-US to delinquency of a minor, aiding unmarried en-US minor/runaway without notifying parent/law en-US enforcement, given false ID to law enforceen-US-en-US ment, driving while license suspended habituen-US-en-US al offender, and resisting officer without vioen-US -en-US lence. en-US James Mohler, 57, of Tropical Trailer, Merritt en-US Island, was arrested June 25 and charged with en-US failure to report/vacate permanent/temporary/en-US transient residence within 48 hours. en-US Christine Hainaut, 42, of Royal Palm Avenue, en-US Cocoa, was arrested June 27 and charged with en-US larceny over $300 and less than $10,000 from en-US a person 65 years of age or older, unlawful use en-US of credit card to obtain goods over $300, and en-US use of ID of person over 18 or under 60 years en-US old without consent.en-USPolice Reporten-USEditors note: en-US This is a list of arrests, not en-US convictions, and all arrestees are presumed en-US innocent unless or until proven guilty in a en-US court of law. For complete daily arrest lists en-US from the Brevard County Sheriff's Office, go en-US to en-US Improve your fundamentals. Increase your shooting per centage. Develop your accuracy. Learn to read the defense! Florida Tech sports camps for kids offer expert instruction and fun in seven different sports. Not only do these camps bring out the best in your kids, they give them the chance to make new and lasting friendships! In state-of-the-art-facilities with options in swimming, basketball, football, lacrosse, snorkeling, soccer and softball, Florida Tech sports camps for kids create a positive atmosphere in which boys and girls can take their athletic skills to the next level. All of our sports camps are held in a safe and structured environment with many opportunities for your kids to enhance their strengths and develop sportsmanship. Our coaches and staff members are experts in their sport and have a commitment to working with young athletes. Through their support, campers will develop not only their skills, but values as well. Our sports and athletics camp options offer a fun and rewarding experience that will stay with campers long after the summer ends! Camps Reroofs Repairs Skylights Remodeling Additions Screening Soffit & Fascia Certified General Contractor C.G.C.#1509962 Certified Roofing Contractor C.C.C. #1327501 Home Inspections #HI5687 Serving Brevard Since 1988 Mike Willis ROOFING &CONSTRUCTION LLC321-254-7176Mike Willis, Ownerwww.mikewillisroofing.com1901 N. Harbor City Blvd. Melbourne, FL 34935Licensed & Insured Commercial & Residential Here before and after the Storms! en-GBCalendaren-USFrom page 2en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB CALENDARen-GB, page 9


Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 5059 Turnpike Feeder Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 Copyright 2018, Hometown News, L.C.Voted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. Farris Robinson ........... President Vernon D. Smith .......... Managing Partner Don Hornbeck ............ Regional Circulation Manager Flora Wilkerson ........... Circulation Administrator Robin Bevilacqua ......... Human Resources Annita Ferrante ........... Account Receivable Amanda Wheaton ........ Credit & Collections Kathy Young .............. Major/Natl. Accounts Manager Julie Cleveland ............ Major/National Advertising Consultant Mercedes Lee-Paquette .... Production Manager Heather Donaldson ....... Inside Sales Manager Rick Keelan .............. Sales Manager Catherine Cawthon ........ Office Manager Kenn Stamp ............. Advertising Consultant Davis Antonacci .......... Advertising Consultant Candy Downs ............ Advertising Consultant Karen Wood ............. Graphic Artist Angie Daniels ............Inside Sales AssistantNicole Dash .............. Inside Sales/Classified Johnnetha Moody ......... Private Party Sales Consultant Tiffany Wilson ............ Circulation Manager Anna-Marie Menhenott . . Managing Editor Austin Rushnell ........... Staff Writer Brittany Mulligan ......... Associate Managing Editor Alex Schierholtz .......... Staff Photographer Frank Gonzales ........... News ClerkPhone (321) 242-1013 Fax (321) 242-1281Classified (321) 242-0442 1-800-823-0466 Rants & Raves (321) 242-1276Circulation Inquiries 1-866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comMELBOURNE en-USVIEWPOINTen-USFRIDAY, JULY 6, 2018 en-US MELBOURNEen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSBREVARD.COM PAGE 6en-USLeaving window slightly openen-US not enough for parked petsen-USHad to call Palm Bay police today about en-US a small, white dog left inside a red Chevy en-US Colorado pickup truck with many Air en-US Force stickers on it, in the Publix parking en-US lot on Babcock Street. en-US What part of "it is just too hot to leave en-US anyone, a child or a dog, in a parked vehien-US -en-US cle" do people not understand? en-US Leaving a window slightly open while en-US you are inside an air conditioned store en-US doesnt cut it. en-US Tried to get help from Publix to no availen-US .en-USIssue with DMV occurs en-US en-US before doors openen-USWe have all seen and heard complaints en-US about the Department of Motor Vehicles en-US (DMV). en-US My complaint may be a bit different than en-US ones you've seen in the past.en-US First, I am and have been dealing with en-US the branch on Merritt Island. en-US I have nothing but praise for the people en-US that work there. They always have been en-US very friendly, even though I know they have en-US to put up with a lot of crap from people. en-US My complaint is the situation outside en-US before they open. en-US There always are people waiting at least en-US 30 minutes before opening the doors. It is en-US extremely hot standing or sitting out there en-US with no cover. en-US Also they don't have a roped off area to en-US make a line. This causes a lot of conflict if en-US people don't create one, which was the case en-US on a recent visit. en-US Please remedy this with a covered area en-US and a roped off area with sign stating "line en-US starts here."en-US There are a lot of older folks that would en-US appreciate this convenience for their safety en-US and health. en-US Again, the women and few men that en-US work there are very much appreciated.en-USSharing information before next en-US Palm Bay city meeting importanten-USBefore the upcoming Palm Bay City en-US meeting and the discussion/vote on the en-US 2019 stormwater rate July 19, residents and en-US owners need the following critical inforen-US -en-US mation made public.en-US A complete list of Palm Bay locations en-US that have received full exemptions from en-US the stormwater charge.en-US The complete set of rules (tiered strucen-US-en-US ture) that have been used for the stormwaen-US -en-US ter assessment.en-US This should include commercial properen-US -en-US ties such as shopping malls, gas stations en-US and stand alone big box company owned en-US stores.en-US Residents and owners also need to en-US know the current status of the projects en-US identified last year, for replacing defective en-US stormwater culverts.en-US Thank you for listening to your fellow en-US citizens.en-USReader shares concerns en-US en-US about legal immigrantsen-USMany write about concerns without en-US knowledge of facts.en-US There were 3 million immigrants admiten-US -en-US ted to U.S. LEGALLY in 2015-16. en-US Now, more than 84 million live in the en-US U.S.en-US Many are on Medicaid and Medicare or en-US Supplemental Security Income.en-US How many more can we afford? en-US Hundreds of thousands are homeless in en-US California regardless of sanctuary!en-USGone are days when foods were en-US real, not genetically enhanceden-USWhat a shame that these late generations en-US can never savor, taste and smell the essencen-US -en-US es of real non-hybrid strawberries, black en-US berries, raspberries or smell the sweet en-US smell of roses.en-US Ever since the corporation have capen-US -en-US tured control of our foods, we have been en-US short changed. en-US Now we have artificial flavors, high frucen-US -en-US tose corn syrup and artificial colors. en-US Cattle are fed growth hormones. en-US There are no natural grown foods anyen-US -en-US more, but those of us have lived before en-US Montsanto and other food modifiers can en-US remember when the blossoms and foods en-US were real and delicious and not artificially en-US flavored and colored.en-USGovernments control people; en-US money controls governmentsen-USMost of earths inhabitants have no idea en-US of what cataclysms has occurred in our en-US past nor what may be in store for the en-US future. en-US In addition to the natural disasters and en-US changing climate, we live as if everything is en-US forever until we become old senior citizens en-US and realize there are consequences to our en-US ignorance of the truth and facts of reality. en-US Just watch the news and see millions of en-US automobiles smoking and polluting the air en-US we breath. en-US It is believed that dinosaurs and animals en-US and creatures from our past grew to such en-US enormous sizes because our atmosphere en-UScontained a greater percentage of oxygen en-US than we breath in today. en-US There are thousands of airplane's in the en-US air all day long and seven days a week, also en-US active volcano's are spewing noxious gases, en-US All of these toxic fumes cause acid rains en-US which in time will destroy all life just as en-US one big asteroid destroyed the dinosaurs. en-US Only there may not be a chance for en-US Earth to recover. Governments do not care en-US as long as they can bluff the people. There en-US is one thing to remember: governments en-US control the people and not the reverse and en-US money controls the governments and the en-US politicians.en-USLoitering, not racism, the real en-US issue at places of businessen-USThe comment that the Starbucks incien-US -en-US dent with two black males was about racen-US-en-US ism is so far from the truth. It was about en-US loitering in a business. en-US I just returned from a visit to Washingen-US -en-US ton. D.C., and when you venture a few en-US blocks from the mall, you are surrounded en-US by lots of homeless people. en-US All the big cities have this problem. en-US In Brevard County, a place near my en-US house has a sign that reads "30-minute en-US time limit in the lobby."en-US That was because mostly white seniors en-US were bringing in laptops for hours, setting en-US up at booths and tables. In the Starbucks en-US arrests, no one will say why the two men en-US were waiting in Starbucks.en-US A business meeting? C'mon now. en-USRantsen-US & en-USRaves en-USGot something to say? en-USEmail the Hometown Rants & Raves at en-USbrevnews@hometownnewsol.comen-USThe Rants & Raves section provides readers a chance to share their thoughts. en-US en-US The opinions included here are not those of en-US Hometown News en-US or its employees.en-US Please limit your submissions to 250 words, so we can include more entries. en-US en-US Readers are asked to refrain from making libelous statements.en-USHelping the causeen-USAlex Schierholtz/Staff photographeren-USJacob LaSculla, 10, and Daniel Kirttand, 10, both of West Melen-US-en-US bourne, donate school supplies for a back 2 school backpack drive en-US for special needs children during Schools out Summer Dance on en-US Friday, June 29 at Space Coast Field of Dreams in West Melbourne.


en-US 7 Just relocated to Melbourne from the Davenport/Kissimmee area850 N Apollo Blvd, Melbourne, FL 32935 Arnotts Furniture & Auction Gallery heather.arnott@yahoo.comArnotts offering indoor 10x10 sq ft booths On a consignment basis Monthly consignment fee of $150.00 10% commission on all sales Contact James Arnott for more information 321-443-6475 850 N Apollo Blvd, Melbourne, FL 32935 Curaleaf, Brevards first cannabis dispensary, opens en-USBREVARD COUNTY Medical marien-US -en-US juana has been a topic of recent debate en-US across the country. As far as local news, en-US however, in Palm Bay Curaleaf has en-US opened its doors as the first medical canen-US -en-US nabis dispensary in Brevard County.en-US On June 21, Curaleaf invited the Palm en-US Bay community and media to tour the en-US newly-opened dispensary and meet the en-US Curaleaf team.en-US Led by a team of physicians, pharmaen-US -en-US cists, medical experts and industry visionen-US -en-US aries, Curaleaf develops safe, effective, en-US and innovative cannabis-based therapeuen-US -en-US tic products, Curaleaf officials stated. en-US Curaleaf combines the industrys most en-US medically precise and technologically en-US advanced production techniques with en-US decades of horticultural experience, to en-US ensure consistently exceptional quality en-US that patients and health care professionals en-US can trust.en-US Curaleaf offers medical cannabis proden-US -en-US ucts, and educational resources on cannaen-US-en-US binoid therapies, including a schedule of en-US educational programs, such as Veterans en-US Coffee and Cannabis and Medical Canen-US -en-US nabis 101 hosted at the Palm Bay dispenen-US -en-US sary.en-US The Curaleaf Palm Bay dispensary en-US opening featured a ribbon cutting cereen-US-en-US mony, well attended by Palm Bay area en-US patients and representatives from the en-US Greater Palm Bay Chamber of Commerce en-US and Melbourne Regional Chamber, said en-US Lauren Garcia-Velez, Curaleaf Account en-US Coordinator.en-US Brevard residents have already begun en-US visiting Curaleaf in Palm Bay, after first en-US having acquired a license that is required en-US by the State.en-US The State of Floridas Office of Medical en-US Marijuana Use Registry requires an order en-US from a qualified Florida ordering physien-US -en-US cian and a State of Florida medical marien-US -en-US juana card to obtain medical cannabis en-US products, Curaleaf officials stated.en-US Lindsay Jones, President of Curaleaf en-US Florida, believes that the products will en-US speak for themselves.en-US Our Curaleaf Palm Bay dispensary en-US team is proud to be the first medical maren-US -en-US ijuana dispensary to serve patients in the en-US Brevard County area, underscoring our en-US commitment to making this life-changing en-US treatment available and accessible to all, en-US so that suffering patients can find the en-US relief they need, said Lindsay Jones, Presen-US -en-US ident of Curaleaf Florida. We want the en-US communities we serve to know that as en-US Curaleaf expands its footprint across Floren-US -en-US ida and its product line, our company en-US remains focused on safety, exceptional en-US quality, accessibility and superior customen-US -en-US er service.en-US Curaleaf is at 1420 Palm Bay Road en-US Notheast in Palm Bay. Hours are from 10 a. m. to 7 p.m., Mo nday to Friday, en-USclosed on Wednesday. Saturdays hours are 10 a. m. to 5 p. m., a nd Sundays are en-USnoon to 5 p. m.en-US For more information, visit en-US www.curaen-US-en-US leaf.comen-US .en-US By Austin en-USPhoto courtesy of Curaleafen-USCuraleaf broke new ground in Palm Bay by opening the first medical marijuana dispensary in Brevard en-US County.


en-US 8 INDIAN RIVER QUEEN CRUISE with SATURDAY, JULY 7TH 2-5PM boarding begins at 1:30pm Entertainer: Johnny Danger LIVE CATERED BY Eric in the Morning and 98.5 The Beach invite you to Come On-Board for a fun filled 3 hour afternoon cruise on the Indian River Lagoon. LIVE Music with JOHNNY DANGER LIVE and a great BAR B-QUE PICNIC from Squid Lips. Tickets are just $98.50 a couple or $50. for a single. Purchase tickets now at HAVE UNWANTED GUNS?We Buy Guns For TOP DOLLAR! CALL US TODAY 561-445-0429See us at the Melbourne Gun Show July 14 & 15 Classic Military Guns Collectible Guns Gun Collections Almost Any Unwanted FirearmLicensed Federal Firearm Dealer Screen Repair Tile Repair Soffits, Siding and Fascia Sheet Rock Repairs & Texture Counter Tops & Cabinets Sewer & Drain Cleaning Hang Interior Doors Interior Trim Work The Honey Do List & MUCH MORE! 321.302.9441 FREE ESTIMATEOver 20 years Experience Lic / Ins$10.00 OFFSCREEN REPAIRMust present HTN coupon.HANSENS HANDYMAN SERVICES WE DO IT ALL, LARGE TO SMALL WE PUT UP, TAKE DOWN STORM SHUTTERS Pressure Cleaning Specials!Driveway 1-Car $59 Up to 350sfDriveway 2-Car $80 Up to 750sfAny Single Family 3/2 Home & Driveway $139 Not Including Roof R E A D E R S C H O I C E 2012 2016 2012 2016 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S en-USby Macaroni Kids for two or three years in a en-US row now, she continued. So, our goal is to en-US no longer be the best-kept secret. Its time to en-US get the word out.en-US Morgans Place is a facility for inclusive en-US and cooperative play for children who need en-US a sensory controlled environment and/or en-US wheelchair accessibility, according to the en-US facilitys website.en-US It first opened its doors in Brevard County en-US in 2012, and is part of the M.O.R.G.A.N. en-US Project, which was founded by Kristen en-US Malfara in 2001.en-US The M.O.R.G.A.N. Project began as a en-US support organization for parents raising en-US children with special needs. The en-US organization was named after Mrs. Malfaras en-US son, Morgan, who was born with a terminal en-US illness called leukodystrophy, and has him en-US physically and developmentally disabled.en-US Were extremely proud of the fact that en-US were still here, Mrs. Malfara said. The en-US community helped build and support this en-US place, and rebuild this place. I have no doubt en-US that theyll be here for us for the long haul, en-US just like were here for them.en-US The remodeled facility includes two new en-US rooms along with updated play areas for en-US children.en-US The sensorium features a waterbed, ball en-US pit, fiber optics and a newer area of tactile en-US elements. Everything in the sensorium has en-US been custom built to Mrs. Malfaras en-US specifications.en-US Im really excited that we were able to en-US build it to the needs of our clients, she said.en-US A returning feature is the Morgans Place en-US technology zone, which includes an en-US interactive floor by EyeClick. There are 30 en-US different games the children can interact en-US with, which is projected on the floor.en-US Our sensory dog was playing soccer on en-US the interactive floor the other day, it was en-US hysterical, Mrs. Malfara said. He was en-US popping bubbles and playing soccer.en-US A new Ultraviolet Room features black en-US lights and is similar to the sensorium. An en-US ultraviolet shelf changes colors under the en-US black lights, and various tactile elements are en-US available for children to interact with in this en-US room.en-US Another new room is the Rainbow en-US Room, which has a climbing apparatus and en-US HugglePods (hanging chairs), as well as a en-US Dignity Room for nursing mothers.en-US Mrs. Malfara explained that the Dignity en-US Room also serves as a quiet room for en-US children experiencing meltdowns or for en-US private therapists to meet with clients.en-US The lobby has been re-done to include en-US interactive features, so the minute they walk en-US in, they immediately get to start interacting en-US with the environment, Mrs. Malfara said.en-US The outside has been spruced up to en-US include a water feature area, and a new en-US Morgans Place sign has been put up.en-US We decided that if everything inside was en-US going to be new, we had to make everything en-US outside new too, Mrs. Malfara added. The en-US whole place is just beautiful. Absolutely en-US nothing from the fire is left behind, which of en-US course, was critical for us because we have en-US children with medical needs. So, we had to en-US make sure that it was done properly for en-US these kids. I cant wait to see their faces. I en-US cant wait for them to see this place.en-US For more information, visit en-US www.en-US sensory-wonderlanden-US.en-GBMorgan'sen-USFrom page 1


en-US 9 en-USMelbourne's Parks and Recreation en-US Department hosts Youth Game Night from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thur sdays at Lipscomb en-USCommunity Center, 3316 Monroe St., en-US Melbourne.en-US Admission is free and kids ages 6 to 11 en-US can take part in board games and Xbox en-US video games.en-US For more information, call (321) 608-en-US 7450.en-USUPCOMING EVENTSen-USFree magic workshop for kids: en-USThe en-US Maen-US Mix and match games for singles:en-US en-US Come out from 4 to 7 p.m. the third en-US Sunday of every month (July 15) to en-US Frankie's Wings & Things, 1981 N. en-US Wickham Road, Melbourne. Get to know en-US each other with numerous mix and match en-US singles games. For more information, call en-US or text Missy at (321) 537-1335 or visit en-US brevardsinglesmeetup.comen-US You Have a Roof Problem, We Have the Economic Solution!!!In order to serve you better, we now accept Credit Cards: Lic#RC0066585 Financing Available 12 months same as cash! 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Place your ad in this special section. This is exclusively for Readers Choice winners only! Call us today to reserve your space!1-800-823-0466 WAS YOUR BUSINESS VOTED THE BEST BY OUR READERS? en-USFlorida Beer Company hosts Sunshine State Summer Festen-USBREVARD COUNTY With the en-US summer now in full swing, its time to get en-US outside and enjoy all that Brevard has to en-US offer.en-US On July 8, the Florida Beer Company en-US along with musical talent HOT PINK will en-US be hosting its Sunshine State Summer en-US Fest.en-US Florida Beer Company is a Brevard en-US brewery at 200 Imperial Ave., in Cape en-US Canaveral, which brews their own unique en-US craft beers, and frequently hosts events.en-US Florida Beer Company teamed up with en-US HOT PINK, self-described as eclecen-US -en-US tic rock band comprised of seasoned en-US musicians who have been playing en-US throughout Central Florida for over a en-US decade...with the perfect blend of soulful en-US guitar, powerful vocals, and thick en-US rhythms, Hot Pink creates great entertainen-US-en-US ment for all ages.en-US At the Summer Fest, there will be six en-US live bands playing music:en-US HOT PINKen-US Mke Quick Trioen-US Acoustic Ramblersen-US The Gemini Banden-US Josh Miller Blues Revueen-US Anja and the Dreamersen-US There also will be six different food en-US trucks, including Up In Smoke BBQ en-US Orlando, Cousins Maine Lobster and FM en-US Pizza Oven, as well as a Kona Ice of Cenen-US-en-US tral Brevard County truck.en-US Both children and dogs are welcome to en-US this free event.en-US The Sunshine State Summer Fest will be en-US held from 1 to 8 p. m. at the Florida Beer en-US Company, in Cape Canaveral. en-US For more information, visit en-US www.floriden-US -en-US festen-US .en-US By Austin Photo courtesy of Florida Beer Company en-USFlorida Beer Company is hosting en-US an event with local musical acts, en-US food trucks, and plenty of craft en-US beer. en-GBCalendaren-USFrom page 5


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en-USNew deputies will be on the scenten-USPALM BAY Jet and Blue are on the en-US case, or at least they will be in a year or so en-US when they grow into their big, floppy ears en-US and undergo extensive training.en-US The Brevard County Sheriffs Office en-US recently received the two bloodhound en-US puppies from the Florida-based Jimmy en-US Ryce Foundation, which advocates for the en-US rescue of missing and abducted children.en-US JetBlue Airlines provided the funding, en-US which allowed the dogs to be given at no en-US cost to the BCSO.en-US As a show of appreciation, our two en-US newest team members are being named en-US Jet and Blue to express our gratitude, said en-US Sheriff Wayne Ivey.en-US According to the Jimmy Ryce Foundaen-US-en-US tion, bloodhounds are the only dogs that en-US can follow a human trail that is more than en-US a few hours old.en-US The bloodhounds ability to smell is en-US much greater than that of a shepherd, en-US said Lt. Todd Maddox, who oversees the en-US BCSO K-9 Unit. Theyre used specificalen-US -en-US ly for tracking nonviolent offenders such en-US as a missing child or an elderly person en-US with Alzheimers.en-US Deputy Michael Nettles, who serves as en-US a K-9 handler and will work closely with en-US Jet and Blue, said bloodhounds have a en-US unique ability to store information in en-US their nostrils and their brain.en-US The best way to describe it is if you en-US ordered a pizza at your house, you would en-US smell the pepperoni or whatever else you en-US ordered on the pizza, Deputy Nettles en-US said. The bloodhound can smell the en-US yeast and the water that was used, and the en-US cologne of the delivery guy and can idenen-US -en-US tify if that guy has dogs at home.en-US Although the bloodhound puppies en-US were given to the BCSO at no charge, a en-US few community members have balked at en-US the cost to feed, train and keep the shots en-US up to date for the dogs in the BCSO K-9 en-US program.en-US But Deputy Nettles argues that its hard en-US to put a price on a human life. en-US The first time we find a missing child en-US or adult, the dogs worth its weight in en-US gold, he said.en-US With 60 times more sniffing power en-US than other dogs, bloodhounds are often en-US called on dual hunts with patrol dogs.en-US Once the bloodhound leads to a site en-US where the bad guy may be in a building or en-US a house, well pull the bloodhound back en-US and let the patrol dog go in for the bite, en-US said Deputy Nettles.en-US Thats because bloodhounds are notorien-US -en-US ously docile and gentle, especially with en-US kids. en-US Its good for kids to see dogs that dont en-US bite, said Deputy Nettles, who regularly en-US leads demonstrations. When you have 60 en-US to 70 kids pulling on them and they wont en-US bite, it shows their good temperament.en-US Deputy Nettles has grown especially en-US fond of Blue, who constantly has his nose en-US to the ground, he said. But theres still en-US plenty of time for Jet to pick up his sniffen-US -en-US ing game since the duo have at least nine en-US months of training before theyll be certien-US -en-US fied and out and about with their hanen-US-en-US dlers.en-US Its a different process for the blooden-US -en-US hounds, said Lt. Maddox. With the en-US patrol dogs, we usually get them at 12 to en-US 24 months, a full-grown dog. With the en-US bloodhounds, we have to get them as pupen-US -en-US pies, seven to eight weeks, and we begin en-US the training process immediately.en-US Currently, the BCSO K-9 program has en-US 13 patrol dogs, four single-purpose dogs en-US at the jail, eight bloodhounds including en-US Jet and Blue, and seven dogs at Port en-US Canaveral that monitor the cruise ships. en-US One of its patrol dogs, 7-year-old Arco en-US unexpectedly passed away in his sleep on en-US June 28.en-US These dogs are part of the family, said en-US Deputy Nettles. When they hurt we en-US hurt.en-US The BCSO received its first blooden-US -en-US hound from The Jimmy Ryce Foundation en-US when the organization was formed in en-US 1996 by Don and Claudine Ryce following en-US the abduction and murder of their 9-year-en-US old son, Jimmy.en-US It was the familys belief that Jimmy en-US may have been found sooner if police en-US would have had immediate access to en-US bloodhounds.en-US Since starting the organization, the en-US Foundation has donated more than 600 en-US certified bloodhounds to law enforcement en-US agencies.en-US We were the very first recipient when en-US they first started that foundation, said Lt. en-US Maddox. Weve always stayed in close en-US contact with them.en-USMaj. Gen. Cleland posthumously honored with bridgeen-USBREVARD COUNTY Retired Maj. en-US Gen. John R. D. Cleland was not just a en-US resident who enjoyed tennis at the Indian en-US River Colony Club, but a man who fought en-US to protect his country in three wars, earnen-US -en-US ing many distinguished decorations, and en-US a well-deserved retirement.en-US On May 22, Gen. Cleland was posthuen-US-en-US mously honored during a Brevard County en-USBoard of County Commissioners meeten-US -en-US ing. A Resolution was passed, naming the en-US soon-to-be-constructed bridge over the en-US Florida East Coast railroad on the Pineda en-US Causeway as the Maj. Gen. John Cleland en-US Memorial Bridge.en-US Gen. Cleland died in 2017 at the age of en-US 92, and was a resident of the Indian River en-US Colony Club since 2011. His widow, en-US Clara, still resides in the neighborhood.en-US Parts of the 2018 Resolution read, en-US WHEREAS, on October 25, 2017, at the en-US age of 92, this true American hero passed en-US away. The Board of County Commissionen-US -en-US ers and a grateful community would like en-US to honor and recognize him in perpetuity en-US for his lifetime of service to our county en-US and our country.en-US NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT en-US RESOLVED THAT THE BOARD OF en-US COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BREen-US-en-US VARD COUNTY, FLORIDA, does hereby en-US name the soon-to-be-constructed bridge en-US over the FEC railroad on Pineda Causeen-US -en-US way the Major General John Cleland en-US Memorial Bridge. Let this serve as a en-US reminder to all of the life of this great en-US public servant. DONE, ORDERED AND en-US ADOPTED in regular session, this en-US en-US 22nd day of May, 2018.en-US en-GBBy Amy Lyonen-GBFor Hometown Newsen-USPhoto Courtesy of Brevard County Sheriffs Officeen-USSheriff Wayne Ivey poses between Deputies Michael Nettles and en-US Tyler Turner as they hold bloodhounds Jet and Blue, the newest addien-US -en-US tions to the K-9 family. en-USBy Brittany en-USPhotos courtesy of Timothy Pishdaden-USABOVE: Clara Cleland (center) en-US and granddaughter Amanda en-US Bolte accept the framed Resoluen-US -en-US tion honoring Major General John en-US Cleland from District 4 Comisen-US-en-US sioner, Curt Smith. RIGHT: en-US Retired Maj. Gen. John R. D. Cleen-US -en-US land served in the U.S. Army for en-US 37 years. en-GBSeeen-GB en-GB CLELANDen-GB page 14


en-US 12 Stay in the Action!! Follow us on Facebook... LIVE INFO CLUB 52 AT MELBOURNE GREYHOUND PARKFEATURING THE HOTTEST GAMES IN POKER AT BREVARDS ONLY POKER ROOM $5,000 Guaranteed Tournament EVERY Friday 7PM Start. $10,000 Guaranteed Tournament Saturday, August 4th 12PM Start. HIGH HAND PROMOTIONS EVERYDAY 1100 N Wickham Road Melbourne, FL 32935 www. MGPark.Com 321-259-9800 BIG HIGH HAND JULY 21ST Cops sip coffee, discuss issues, build relationships en-USPALM BAY The number of en-US cop cars parked in front of Herien-US -en-US tage High School in northwest en-US Palm Bay on a recent Friday en-US morning signaled trouble brewen-US -en-US ing, but inside the situation was en-US relaxed as officers sipped coffee en-US and chatted with residents.en-US A dozen or so officers rotated in en-US and out of the school in shifts, en-US depending on calls for service, en-US during the hour-long Coffee with en-US a Cop event. They had three goals en-US in mind: discuss community en-US issues, build relationships and en-US drink coffee.en-US What makes it nice is its a en-US completely open forum, said en-US Palm Bay Police Lt. Steve Bland. en-US Most conversations start with en-US questions about the officer. People en-US get to know the officers personally en-US and thats something that really en-US never happens when officers en-US respond to a call.en-US Other topics of discussion en-US ranged from traffic and speeding en-US problems to neighborhood nuien-US-en-US sances. en-US The majority of the contact en-US law enforcement has with the en-US public happens during emergenen-US -en-US cies or emotional situations, said en-US Palm Bay Police Chief Jim Rogers. en-US Coffee with a Cop provides a en-US unique opportunity for commuen-US -en-US nity members to ask questions en-US and learn more about the officers en-US who work in their neighborhood en-US every day.en-US Coffee with a Cop is a national en-US initiative started in 2014 and supen-US -en-US ported by The U.S. Department of en-US Justice, Office of Community Orien-US -en-US ented Policing Services. Similar en-US events are held across the county, en-US as local police departments strive en-US to make lasting connections with en-US the communities they serve. The en-US program aims to advance the en-US practice of community policing en-US through improving relationships en-US between police officers and comen-US -en-US munity members one cup of cofen-US -en-US fee at a time.en-US The Palm Bay Police Departen-US-en-US ment began hosting Coffee with a en-US Cop in conjunction with the first en-US national event and hosts hour-en-US long sessions every two-to-three en-US months at different locations en-US throughout the city.en-US In May, officers gathered at the en-US McDonalds inside the Walmart en-US on Malabar Road. The next Cofen-US-en-US fee with a Cop event will take en-US place from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. en-US Friday, Aug. 24 at the standalone en-US McDonalds near I-95 at 1179 en-US Malabar Road. en-USAmy Lyon/For Hometown Newsen-USOfficer Waters checks out an app on a young residents phone during the Coffee en-US with a Cop event.en-GBBy Amy Lyonen-GBFor Hometown News


en-US 13 en-USArtist designs chaplainsen-US monument pro bonoen-USMERRITT ISLAND Shortly before en-US its Memorial Day ceremony several weeks en-US ago, the Brevard Veterans Memorial Cenen-US -en-US ter, at 400 S. Sykes Creek Parkway, held a en-US dedication for its newest monument, the en-US All Chaplains, Four Chaplains Monuen-US-en-US ment, which commemorates the acts of en-US four chaplains who died aboard a U.S. en-US Army transport ship that sunk in 1943.en-US The monument was designed by artist en-US Jeanne Weaver, who previously designed en-US two other monuments at the center one en-US in memory of those who served in en-US Afghanistan and another dedicated to en-US those who served in Iraq.en-US As the art designer, I designed what the en-US [chaplains] monument would look like, en-US Ms. Weaver explained. It would be four en-US sided with a different Bronze panel on en-US each side.en-US Ms. Weaver noted that in addition to en-US serving as the art designer for the entire en-US monument, she also created an oil painten-US -en-US ing on which one of the four bronze panen-US -en-US els would be based.en-US The other three panels would give en-US information about the four chaplains, en-US chaplain corps in general, and specific en-US examples of valor, Ms. Weaver added, en-US noting that each panel was fabricated by en-US American Bronze Foundry in Sanford.en-US Additionally, the top of the monument en-US was to be a pinnacle, and the trapezoidal en-US structure would rest on a cement block en-US that would function as a bench.en-US Ms. Weaver said she first became en-US inspired to work on the Four Chaplains en-US monument while attending a commemoen-US -en-US rative ceremony in Feb. 2016 led by Breen-US-en-US vard Veterans Memorial Center Chaplain en-US Chip Hanson, who told the story of the en-US Four Immortal Chaplains. en-USBy Jamie Desena-McFarlanden-USFor Hometown Newsen-USPhoto by Roger Scruggsen-USThe Brevard Veterans Memorial Center held a dedication for the All en-US Chaplains, Four Chaplains Monument on Memorial Day. Jeanne en-US Weaver created artwork and the overall design for the piece.en-GBSeeen-GB en-GB CHAPLAINSen-GB, page 14 ROOFING &CONSTRUCTION LLC 321-254-7176 www.mikewillisroofing.com1901 N. Harbor City Blvd.Melbourne, FL 34935 Metal Roofs Shingle and Tile $ 300 OFFFULL PAINT SERVICE RAINY SEASON IS COMING BE PREPARED Mike WillisCelebrating 30 years of service in Brevard CountyRAINY SEASON IS HERE! MAKE SURE YOU'RE COVERED! Licensed & Insured Commercial & ResidentialCALL TODAY Reroofs Repairs Skylights Remodeling Additions Screening Sot & Fascia


en-US 14 en-USGeneral Cleland served in the U.S. Army en-US for 37 years. He enlisted at 17 years old en-US and retired in 1980. He had been comen-US -en-US missioned as a 2nd Lieutenant of Infanen-US -en-US try from the Infantry Officer Candidate en-US School and had commanded all levels of en-US Infantry units.en-US Gen. Cleland served as a Parachute en-US Infantry unit commander in World War en-US II, Korean War and Vietnam War.en-US General Cleland was awarded the Disen-US -en-US tinguished Service Medal with oak leaf en-US cluster; the Silver Star Medal; the en-US Defense Superior Service Medal; the en-US Legion of Merit with three oak leaf clusen-US -en-US ters; and the Purple Heart Medal with en-US oak leaf cluster.en-US General Cleland was a member of the en-US U.S. Army Infantry Hall of Fame and en-US served as the Honorary Colonel of his en-US Korean War Regiment.en-US Upon retiring from the Army, General en-US Cleland worked as a Defense Analyst en-US and a consultant to private industry for en-US 20 years.en-US I am very happy and thankful that en-US they are honoring him, Ms. Cleland en-US said. He deserves the honor. I think en-US John would be very pleased, but he also en-US felt that people should not be honored en-US this way when they were still alive. If this en-US had happened while he was living, he en-US would have said no.en-US Retired U.S. Army Lieutenant General en-US Bennett L. Lewis added, John Cleland en-US was a genuine hero. He was a friend who en-US spoke up and gave his opinion freely and en-US clearly. He was an effective member of en-US Veterans in Defense of American Liberen-US -en-US ties and for three consecutive years, en-US John testified before the Florida Legislaen-US-en-US ture to achieve passage of a law that en-US restricts the use of foreign law in the en-US Florida courts. His many achievements en-US have made Brevard County and the State en-US of Florida a better place for its citizens.en-US In addition to being a member of Veten-US-en-US erans in Defense of American Liberties, en-US General Cleland served as Commodore en-US of the Eau Gallie Yacht Club and was en-US Senior Warden of Holy Apostles Episcoen-US -en-US pal Church.en-US Construction of the bridge is expected en-US to take 18 months, after which a memoen-US-en-US rial plaque will be installed. According to en-US a press release, the bridge will allow cars en-US to traverse the Pineda Causeway without en-US stopping for trains.en-US For more information, call (321) 255-en-US 6000 or visit en-US www.IndianRiverColonyen-US-en-US Club.comen-US.en-GBClelanden-USFrom page 11en-USThe chaplains became known for their en-US heroism during a dire situation aboard a en-US sinking Army transport ship that was en-US struck by a German U-boat while en en-US route to an American base in Greenland en-US the night of Feb. 2, 1943.en-US Through the pandemonium, accorden-US -en-US ing to those present, four Armychaplains en-US brought hope in despair and light in darken-US -en-US ness, notes the Four Chaplains Memorial en-US Foundation at en-US www.fourchaplains.orgen-US en-US In the 20 minutes between the time the en-US ship was struck and the time it sank, the en-US foundation adds, the chaplains tried to en-US calm the frightened, tend the wounded en-US and guide the disoriented toward safety.en-US Among other valiant acts, the chaplains en-US gave up their life jackets so others could en-US have a better chance of survival.en-US After the commemorative ceremony, en-US Chaplain Hanson asked Ms. Weaver if she en-US would be willing to design a monument en-US in honor of the Four Chaplains.en-US The artist was pleased and honored, en-US she said, as she not only had images in en-US mind as she listened to the story but also en-US has a longstanding personal connection en-US with veterans.en-US I am the daughter of a Marine who en-US served in WWII, a daughter-in-law of a en-US Sailor who served in WWII, the niece of en-US an Uncle who was KIA [killed in action] en-US in WWII, the wife to a former Army Capen-US -en-US tain, and the mother to a son who was an en-US Army helicopter pilot and another son, an en-US Army Ranger who gave his life for his en-US country, Ms. Weaver said. I am a Gold en-US Star Mom.en-US Ms. Weaver stated that she believes the en-US monument is important because chapen-US -en-US lains play an important role in all branchen-US-en-US es of service.en-US I am sure that every person in the milen-US-en-US itary who has undertaken a difficult en-US assignment or a war assignment has expeen-US -en-US rienced the compassion and humanity of en-US a chaplain, Ms. Weaver said. As a Gold en-US Star Mom, I certainly have.en-US Ms. Weaver noted that her work on all en-US three monuments has been pro bono. en-USFor more information about the Breen-US-en-US vard Veterans Memorial Center, visit en-US To learn more about Jeanne Weaver, go en-US to en-US www.jeanneweaverartist.comen-US.en-GBChaplainsen-USFrom page 13 Monday-Friday 11 am-8 pm Saturday 11 am-3 pm 279 E. 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For the complete Out & About listings, go en-USto en-US SEED to rock Thirsty Oysteren-USJam out with SEED at 9 p.m. Saturday, en-US July 7, at the Thirsty Oyster, 1 S. Atlantic en-US Ave. Suite C, Cocoa Beach.en-US For more information, go to en-US SEEDtheRockBanden-US or call (321) 522-2122.en-US en-US en-US en-US Slightly Stoopid in Cocoa en-US en-USSlightly Stoopid, Stick Figure and Pepper en-US will perform in concert starting at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, July 15, at Cocoa Riverfront Park, en-US401 Riveredge Blvd., Cocoa.en-US Tickets start at $66. For tickets, go to en-US www.vividseats.comen-US .en-USStage show salutes Whitney Houston en-US en-US"The Greatest Love of All: The Whitney en-US Houston Show," starring Belinda Davids, is en-US at 8 p.m. Friday, July 20, at the Maxwell C. en-US King Center for the Performing Arts, 3865 en-US N. Wickham Road, Melbourne.en-US Tickets start at $29. For more en-US information, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-USClassic Albums Live presents Pink Floyd en-USClassic Albums Live presents Pink Floyd: en-US Wish You Were Here at 8 p.m. Saturday, July 21, at the Maxwell C. King Center for en-USthe Performing Arts, 3865 N. Wickham en-US Road, Melbourne.en-US Tickets start at $29.75. For more en-US information, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-USBJ Thomas to sing at Studio Theateren-USFive-time Grammy Award winner BJ Thomas will perform at 8 p.m. Saturday Aug. 25, in the Studio Theatre at the en-USMaxwell C. King Center for the Performing en-US Arts, 3865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne.en-US Thomas' hits include, Raindrops, en-US Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong en-US Song, and "I'm so Lonesome I Could Cry." en-US Tickets start at $59. For more en-US information, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-USPoco coming to Studio Theatreen-USAmerican country rock band will perform at 7:30 p.m. Thursday July 26, in the Studio en-USTheatre at the Maxwell C. King Center for en-USBREVARD COUNTY After spenden-US -en-US ing a few weeks learning how to play en-US instruments, students of the Melbourne en-US Municipal Bands Summer Youth Proen-US -en-US gram are ready to share their progress in a en-US concert open to the public.en-US The free concert is scheduled to take en-US place at 6 p.m. on Thursday, July 12 at the en-US Melbourne Auditorium, 625 E. Hibiscus en-US Ave.en-US After 11 years of managing the Summer en-US Youth Band, Art Martin is stepping down en-US and passing the role of leadership to Kurt en-US Schulenburg.en-US Mr. Schulenburg is the conductor of the en-US New Horizons Band of Melbourne, and is en-US a professional saxophone, trumpet and en-US piano player. He was also an associate en-US conductor and soloist with the Crystal en-US Lake Community Band in Illinois for 20 en-US years.en-US I know Im leaving it in very good en-US hands, Mr. Martin said of Mr. Schulenen-US -en-US burg. Its been fun for 11 years, and yes, en-US Im going to miss the kids, but its time en-US that I retire and let someone else handle en-US it.en-US Mr. Martin said he plans to spend his en-US future summers traveling with his wife. en-US Meanwhile, he will still conduct Swingen-US-en-US time, the 22-piece big band ensemble of en-US the Melbourne Municipal Band, throughen-US -en-US out the year.en-US Kurt has been working with me this en-US year and Ive been showing him the ropes en-US of what Ive done in the past 11 years, Mr. en-US Martin said. Weve [also] played together en-US in a few bands.en-US Mr. Martin founded the Summer Youth en-US Program program in 2007 after receiving en-US a $10,000 grant from the Police Athlete en-US League of Melbourne.en-US When Mr. Martin first began the proen-US -en-US gram, there were only a handful of beginen-US -en-US ner to intermediate students to work with. en-US During this past summer, 118 students en-US from sixth to 12th grade have participated en-US in beginning and intermediate stages.en-US Theyre doing very well, Mr. Martin en-US said. Theyre a real nice group of kids en-US and they work hard. Its really going to be en-US a fantastic concert.en-GBOuten-GB en-GB&en-GB en-GBabout en-USHoroscopes en-USFRIDAY, JULY 6, 2018 en-US MELBOURNEen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSBREVARD.COM PAGE 15en-USYouth program ends with free concerten-USDining en-US &en-US Entertainmenten-USARIES March 21/April 20en-US Aries, don't hesitate to express the passion en-US you are feeling for a loved one. If you do not en-US share your feelings, others will not know what en-US you are thinking and fail to respond.en-US TAURUS April 21/May 21en-US It's time to trust your instincts, Taurus. When en-US something does not seem on the up and up, en-US you owe it to yourself to speak up. Keep in en-US mind that others may not believe.en-US GEMINI May 22/June 21en-US Your romantic life seems to be full of complien-US-en-US cated patterns that could be perceived as en-US obstacles, Gemini. Don't let these things hinen-US -en-US der your relationships. Start making changes.en-US CANCER June 22/July 22en-US Sitting back and not doing much this week will en-US move you nowhere quickly, Cancer. You need en-US to find motivation to be productive and get to en-US the tasks at hand.en-US LEO July 23/Aug. 23en-US Leo, if you can stay on course, things will move en-US along quite well for you. There are plenty of disen-US-en-US tractions that may be in your way, but you must en-US look beyond them.en-USSeeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 16en-US Seeen-US en-US SCOPESen-US, page 18en-USPhoto courtesy of Melbourne Municipal Banden-USKurt Schulenburg will take on the en-US role of manager for the Melen-US -en-US bourne Municipal Bands Sumen-US -en-US mer Youth Program as founder en-US and long-time director Art Martin en-US steps down.en-USBy Brittany See en-GB en-GB CONCERTen-GB page 16 en-GB50% OFFen-GB en-GB GIFT CERTIFICATES


en-US 16 en-USthe Performing Arts, 3865 N. Wickham en-US Road, Melbourne.en-US All tickets are $65. For more information, en-US call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.en-US kingcenter.comen-US.en-USKashiwa, Cole at Studio Theatreen-USSaxophonists Jeff Kashiwa and Steve en-US Cole perform at 7:30 Saturday, July 28, in en-US the Studio Theatre at the Maxwell C. King en-US Center for the Performing Arts, 3865 N. en-US Wickham Road, Melbourne.en-US Tickets start at $54. For more en-US information, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-USHippiefest 2018 at King Centeren-USHippiefest 2018, featuring Vanilla Fudge, en-US Rick Derringer, Mitch Ryder & the Detroit en-US Wheels and Badfinger fearing Joey Molland, en-US is at 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 3, at the Maxwell C. en-US King Center for the Performing Arts, 3865 en-US N. Wickham Road, Melbourne.en-US Tickets start at $52.50. For more en-US information, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-USClassic Albums Live presents The Beatles en-USClassic Albums Live presents The en-US Beatles: White Album at 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 18, at the Maxwell C. King Center for en-USthe Performing Arts, 3865 N. Wickham en-US Road, Melbourne.en-US Tickets start at $29.75. For more en-US information, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-USJoanne Shaw Taylor coming to Studio Theatreen-USBritish blues rock guitarist and singer en-US Joanne Shaw Taylor will perform with en-US special guest JD Simo at 7:30 p.m. Friday, en-US Sept. 14, in the Studio Theatre at the en-US Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing en-US Arts, 3865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne.en-US Tickets start at $27, including fees and en-US go on sale Friday, June 29, at noon.en-US For more information, call (321) 242-en-US 2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-USClassic Albums Live turns to Led en-USClassic Albums Live presents Led en-US Zeppelin: Houses of the Holy at 8 p.m. en-US Saturday, Sept. 15, at the Maxwell C. King en-US Center for the Performing Arts, 3865 N. en-US Wickham Road, Melbourne.en-US Tickets start at $29.75. For more en-US information, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-USTalented trio at Studio Theatreen-USGuitarist Blake Aaron, keyboardist Brian en-US Simpson and saxophonist Paul Taylor en-US perform at 7:30 Saturday, Sept. 22, in the en-US Studio Theatre at the Maxwell C. King en-US Center for the Performing Arts, 3865 N. en-US Wickham Road, Melbourne.en-US Tickets start at $64. For more en-US information, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-US BMG is collecting non-perishable food en-US items to deliver to the St. Vincent DePaul en-US Food Bank in Satellite Beach. Bring en-US donations to the concert or call Roland at en-US 321-783-9004 for pick-up.en-US'The Wiz' at the Henegar en-US"The Wiz" opens Friday, Oct 12, and en-US continues through Sunday, Oct. 28, at The en-USThe auditorium will be set up with long en-US tables and guests are invited to bring a en-US box diner to enjoy during the concert. en-US Drinks will be available at a cost, with en-US proceeds going to the Summer Youth en-US Band. No alcohol will be permitted.en-US The concert will feature music by the en-US beginner students and intermediate stuen-US-en-US dents, with two combined numbers, a few en-US solos and ensembles.en-US The Summer Youth Program is a free en-US music instruction program for any stuen-US -en-US dent in sixth to 12th grade interested in en-US learning to play a musical instrument, or en-US who already play a wind or percussion en-US instrument.en-US The Summer Youth Band is kept free en-US through multiple grants and individual en-US donations. Tax-deductible donations can en-US be made to Summer Youth Band and en-US mailed to Melbourne Municipal Band, en-US P.O. Box 3105, Melbourne, 32902.en-US For more information, call (321) 724-en-US 0555. Jade Palace280 E. Eau Gallie Blvd. Indian Harbour Beach, FL 32937(At the corner of S. Patrick Drive & Eau Gallie Blvd.)Ph: (321) 777-7878 Jade Palace We are open 11am to 3pm for lunch and dinner is 3pm to 10pm. 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NEW WEBSITE! with Full Menu, BOGOs, Coupons and Daily Special s Located next to the BP Gas Station by I-95 o of Eau Gallie Blvd and John Rhodes Blvd.321-425-30824540 W. Eau Gallie Blvd Melbourne, FLMonday Saturday 119PM Closed Sunday Now Serving Gluten Free Pizza DINE IN, DELIVERY OR CARRY OUT.Two for $20 Deal2 Pasta Dinners 2 Garlic Knots 2 Salads 2 CannoliFamily Deal18 Pizza 8 Baked Wings 2 Liter Soda$20$2275 Must present coupon. Cannot be combined with other oers. Exp 7/13/18 Must present coupon. Cannot be combined with other oers. Exp 7/13/18 Concert en-USFrom page 15 en-GBOuten-USFrom page 15en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB OUTen-GB page 17


en-US 17 en-USHenegar Center, 625 E. New Haven Ave., en-US Melbourne. Shows are at 8 p.m. Fridays and Satur en-USdays and 2 p.m. Sundays. en-USFor ticket information, call (321) 723-en-US 8698 or go to en-US henegar.orgen-US.en-USClassic Albums Live flies with Eagles en-USClassic Albums Live presents The Eagles: en-US Greatest Hits at 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13, at en-US the Maxwell C. King Center for the en-US Performing Arts, 3865 N. Wickham Road, en-US Melbourn.en-US Tickets start at $29.75. For more en-US information, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-USDweezil Zappa set to invade Studio Theatreen-USRock guitarist and the son of Frank en-US Zappa, Dweezil Zappa will perform at 7:30 p.m. Thursday Oct. 25, in the Studio en-USTheatre at the Maxwell C. King Center for en-US the Performing Arts, 3865 N. Wickham en-US Road, Melbourne.en-US Zappa's "Choice Cuts" tour is filled "with en-US some of Frank Zappa's boldest en-US compositions" or what Dweezil dubs, "a en-US collection of the meatiest tracks" with which en-US he plans to satiate the appetite of Zappa en-US fans, old and new.en-US Tickets start at $50.50. For more en-US information, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-USSteve Oliver, Marion Meadows to performen-USSteve Oliver and Marion Meadows will perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturda y, Oct. 27, in en-USthe Studio Theatre at the Maxwell C. King en-US Center for the Performing Arts, 3865 N. en-US Wickham Road, Melbourne.en-US Tickets start at $60. For more informaen-US -en-US tion, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-USwww.en-US kingcenter.comen-US. WEEKLY SPECIALS JULY 8TH JULY 14THMON. FRI. 9AM 6:30PM SAT. 9AM-6PM SUN. 10AM-4PM 7856 Ellis Rd. 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Fourth of July food, lets celebrate with chili mac en-USLen-USets talk about the long Fourth of July en-US weekend we are enjoying. en-US On the Fourth of July 1776, the en-US Second Continental Congress unanimously en-US adopted the Declaration of Independence. en-US It would be 100 years later that Congress en-US passed a law making Independence Day a en-US federal holiday June 28, 1870. en-US So what did our founding fathers eat on en-US July 4, 1776, to celebrate the birth of our en-US country? The City Tavern in Philadelphia en-US would have been the place, but unfortuen-US -en-US nately there is no record of the menu eaten en-US to celebrate that very special day. en-US The food of the times would have been en-US baked or poached salmon, turtle soup, en-US local seafood, salted meats, pickled tongue, en-US wheaten bread, and lots and lots of beer en-US and spirits. The founding fathers loved en-US their spirits! en-US Over the years, the July 4 traditions en-US would evolve and take shape into a picnic en-US celebration for family and friends. In the en-US early 1900s, fried chicken, potato salad, en-US watermelon and the hot dog ruled the day. en-US In the late 1940s, suburban living took en-US hold, and with the introduction of en-US charcoal grills, outside grilling was the en-US method of celebrating. Cooking over en-US cheap grills wasnt a great way to cook en-US because most of the food was burned and en-US still not cooked thoroughly. en-US The world of grilling would be changed en-US forever, when in 1952, George Stephen, a en-US welder for Weber Brothers Metal Works, en-US cut a metal water buoy in half. Using the en-US top and bottom and adding vents, he en-US created a grill with even cooking and en-US sealed in the flavor. I guess that is why we en-US eat 150 million hot dogs and 750 million en-US pounds of chicken on the Fourth of July.en-US Thats all great and wonderful, but my en-US favorite is something the Navy and Marine en-US Corps cooks prepare on the Fourth of July en-US Chili Mac. Now thats a real celebration en-US in taste for the Fourth of July. Chili Mac en-US also went to the moon with the astronauts. en-US Try my Chili Mac, youll love it. The Chili en-US by itself is pretty good, too. Just leave the en-US macaroni out and serve over mashed en-US potatoes or one of those millions of hot en-US dogs!en-US Enjoy and celebrate again this weekend. en-US Happy Fourth!en-USCHILI MAC 10 PORTIONSen-USIngredientsen-US 2-1/2 pounds ground beefen-US 3/4-cup chopped onionsen-US 2-1/4 teaspoons kosher salten-US 1-1/4 teaspoons ground pepperen-US 2 teaspoons dry oreganoen-US 2 teaspoons ground cumin en-US 3 teaspoons dry Chili powderen-US 1 small can (16-18 ounces) tomato pureeen-US 1 small can (16-18 ounces) en-US crushed tomatoen-US 1 cups elbow macaronien-US 1/2-cup butteren-US 1 cup chicken stocken-US Directionsen-US Place meat, onion, salt, pepper, oregano, en-US cumin, chili powder and chicken stock in en-US cooking pot and cook over medium heat for en-US 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add en-US tomato puree and tomato paste. Simmer on en-US low heat for 30 to 40 minutes. Taste and en-US season with salt and pepper if needed. en-US Cook macaroni following package en-US directions. Drain and set aside. When chili en-US is ready, add cooked macaroni and mix en-US with butter. Top with some grated cheddar en-US cheese to make it even better!en-US Costa Magoulas is dean of the Mori en-US Hosseini College of Hospitality and Culinary en-US Management at Daytona State College. en-US Contact him at (386) 506-3578 or en-US magoulc@en-US CHEF COSTA'S en-USCOOKING CORNERen-USCOSTA MAGOULAS en-GBOuten-USFrom page 16en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB OUTen-GB page 18


en-US 18 en-USVIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22en-US Get outdoors and enjoy a walk through the park or en-US a hike, Virgo. It's what you need after being en-US cooped up for too long. Outdoor projects also may en-US beckon you.en-US LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23en-US Libra, start planning a much-needed vacation en-US right now. And don't forget to look beyond your en-US usual haunts, as there are many other options en-US available as well.en-US SCORPIO Oct. 24/Nov. 22en-US Scorpio, you may have a great deal of energy, but en-US you need a plan regarding where to direct it. This en-US may be a good week to spend with friends or famien-US -en-US ly.en-US SAGITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21en-US Sagittarius, try not to get swept away by bad haben-US -en-US its. Try something new and obtain a fresh peren-US -en-US spective, whether the task is large or small. en-US Accept challenges as they come.en-US CAPRICORN Dec. 22/Jan. 20en-US There is no need to go to extremes to get your en-US point across, Capricorn. Listen to other people's en-US opinions, recognizing that their insight may prove en-US valuable.en-US AQUARIUS Jan 21/Feb 18en-US Aquarius, there is nothing wrong with questioning en-US the actions of others. This can be a great way to en-US understand others' points of view and fine tune en-US your own.en-US PISCES Feb. 19/March 20en-US All it takes is a little spark and then your motivaen-US-en-US tion will renew, Pisces. It won't take very long to en-US get back on track if you desire it. Results vary *Results after 3 treatments Scopes en-USFrom page 15 Donovan Gornto, 8, with his first sea trout that he en-UScast, set, and reeled in by himself. The fish was en-US caught on the Indian River Lagoon in Titusville. en-USNice Catch!en-USHelp us celebrate one of the Treasure Coasts most popular pastimes by submitting a en-US photo of your most recent catch straight from local waters.en-US Email a photo of you with your fish that is at least 1 MB or 300 dpi in size en-US to en-US Write CATCH OF THE WEEK in the subject line, and in the body of the email, en-US please include the following information:en-US Your nameen-US City you live inen-US Age (if 18 or younger)en-US Type of fishen-US Approximate size of fishen-US Area you caught the fishen-US Phone number in case we have questions (will not be printed) 'Crowns' comes to Henegar Center en-USThe musical play "Crowns" opens Friday, en-US Nov. 9, and continues through Sunday, Nov. 18, at The Henegar Center, 625 E. en-USNew Haven Ave., Melbourne. Shows are at 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays. en-USFor ticket information, call (321) 723-en-US 8698 or go to en-US henegar.orgen-US.en-USMannheim Steamroller returnsen-USMannheim Steamroller will perform en-US Monday, Nov. 19, at the Maxwell C. King en-US Center for the Performing Arts, 3865 N. en-US Wickham Road, en-US The starting time has yet to be en-US announced.en-US Tickets start at $99. For more en-US information, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-US'Willy Wonka' sweetens Henegar lineup en-USThe musical "Willy Wonka" opens Friday, en-US Nov. 30, and continues through Sunday, en-US Dec. 16, at The Henegar Center, 625 E. New en-US Haven Ave., Melbourne.en-GBOuten-USFrom page 17 en-GBSeeen-GB en-GB OUTen-GB page 21


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en-US 20 en-USBREVARD COUNTY Service dogs en-US arent like normal house pets; theyre en-US hardworking caretakers of their owners, en-US and need to be approached accordingly.en-US On July 9 and July 30, Paws for Veterans en-US will be offering up their 2nd Annual en-US Junior Dog Trainer Summer Camp, which en-US helps children learn basic dog training en-US skills and behavioral tactics.en-US Paws for Veterans is a group that is deden-US -en-US icated to providing service dogs for veteren-US -en-US ans, as well as spreading awareness of seren-US -en-US vice dogs.en-US The JTC is designed for children and en-US teens, ages 5-17, which will train in sepaen-US -en-US rate groups according to age. Groups will en-US be led during the week-long camp by ceren-US -en-US tified professional service dog trainers.en-US Kids will learn everything [with] age en-US appropriate dog training skills, such as en-US how to teach dogs to sit, lay down, come, en-US stay, walk on a leash, bring and drop items en-US and toys, [etc.], Paws for Veterans offien-US -en-US cials stated. Friday afternoon, at noon, en-US we will have a demonstration [time] for en-US the kids to proudly show their parents all en-US they learned.en-US Throughout the week, campers will be en-US participating in JTC sessions from 10 a.m. en-US to 3 p. m. Parents are advised to send their en-US child with a lunch, water bottle, and a en-US snack.en-US Participants are encouraged to bring en-US their own dog, with proper shot records en-US and proof of spay/neuter, to be turned in en-US before camp begins on Monday. All dogs en-US must be on flea and tick medication, as en-US well.en-US Required shots are:en-US Rabiesen-US Distemperen-US Leptoen-US Parvoen-US Bordetellaen-US Influenzaen-US The camp is designed to not only be en-US fun, but also informative for campers.en-US Our [JTC] began as a way to introduce en-US children between the ages of five to 17 the en-US basic need-to-know of handling dogs and en-US how to behave around dogs that you en-US know, [you] dont know and service dogs en-US for the safety of the community, said en-US Siara Callahan Administrative Office en-US Manager at Paws for Veterans. With any en-US pet you dont know, just running up to a en-US dog could result in a severe accident if the en-US dog is not friendly; many children and en-US adults will [often] approach our service en-US dogs, petting them without asking their en-US handler for permission. A service dog is en-US more of a caretaker than a pet in many en-US aspects. They are working dogs.en-US Paws for Veterans is a nonprofit organien-US -en-US zation, and the JTC provides 100 percent en-US of benefits to training local service dogs en-US for veterans.en-US Not only does this camp provide lifeen-US -en-US long information about dog handling and en-US service dog knowledge, but it also helps en-US provide the monetary value that it takes to en-US buy training supplies, dog food, dog en-US treats, dog beds, vet visits etc., all so that en-US the veterans dont have to pay a single en-US penny for their service dog, said Ms. Calen-US -en-US lahan. By the end of [owner and service en-US dog acclimation training], the owner en-US experiences what their service dog can do en-US for their life. You can see in their eyes that en-US their life has changed, from that moment en-US on, and to say it is a rewarding experience en-US to see is an understatement. This organien-US-en-US zation does wonders, and we are eager to en-US share our knowledge.en-US The 2nd Annual Junior Dog Trainer en-US Summer Camp will be held at Paws for en-US Veterans, Inc. 63 Ocean Blvd., in Satellite en-US Beach.en-US Participants can register online at www.en-US -en-US fid=5Z2V4H7. Tickets are $120 for each en-US camper with a dog, and $150 to have a en-US dog provided for them.en-US For more information, visit en-US www.en-US pawsforveterans.comen-US. QUALITY DENTURES Hablamos espanol FL Lic# 10444 Reasonable Fees Competitive Prices Deluxe Dentures Full Set or Single One Day Service for Relines & Repairs Paws for a cause: Training camps are a 'go' en-USBy Austin en-USPhoto courtesy of Paws for Veteransen-USPaws for Veterans will be hosting en-US its 2nd Annual Junior Dog Trainer en-US Summer Camp to teach children en-US and teens train service animals. Melvin J. Bolinger, 89, of South Bend, IN passed away at 6:30 a.m. Monday, July 2, 2018 in his home, following an illness. He was born on May 8, 1929 to the late Evart, Sr. and Bernice (Parren) Bolinger in South Bend, IN, and lived retired in September of 1987. He then moved to Melbourne, FL, where he lived from 1987 2016, before moving back to South Bend. Melvin retired in September 1987 from Consolidated Freight Trucking, where he worked for 27 years as a truck driver. On September 19, 1953, he married Betty Scott in South Bend, IN. She passed away on March 10, 1998. Melvin was also preceded in death by a son, Dennis Nickerson; two Melvin is survived by four daughters, Dawn (Eddie) Starkweather of Rocky Mount, NC; Linda (Dale) Ultsch of South Bend, IN; Diana (Randy) IN; three sons, Randy Nickerson of Melbourne, FL; Gary Nickerson of FL. He was also a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles Lodge, and Melbourne, FL. There will be no visitation. A Private Service will take place at a later date. send online condolences, please visit Melvin J. Bolinger1929 2018


en-US 21 Shows are at 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays. en-USFor ticket information, call (321) en-US 723-8698 or go to en-US henegar.orgen-US.en-US'Bonnie & Clyde' holds up Henegar en-USThe musical "Bonnie & Clyde" opens en-US Friday, Jan. 18, and continues through en-US Sunday, Feb. 3, at The Henegar Center, en-US 625 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne. Shows are at 8 p.m. Frida ys and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sunda ys. en-USFor ticket information, call (321) en-US 723-8698 or go to en-US henegar.orgen-US .en-US'Red' comes to Henegar Center en-USThe play "Red" opens Friday, Feb. 8, en-US and continues through Sunday, Feb. 17, en-US Upstairs at The Henegar Center, 625 E. en-US New Haven Ave., Melbourne. Shows are at 8 p.m. Frida ys and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sunda ys. en-USFor ticket information, call (321) en-US 723-8698 or go to en-US henegar.orgen-US .en-USBeach Boys to visit King Centeren-USThe Beach Boys will perform at 7:30 en-US p.m. Thursday, March 7, at the Maxwell C. en-US King Center for the Performing Arts, 3865 en-US N. Wickham Road, Melbourne.en-US Tickets start at $47.50. For more en-US information, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-US'Tarzan' swings into Henegar en-USThe musical "Tarzan" opens Friday, en-US March 8, and continues through Sunday, en-US March 24, at The Henegar Center, 625 E. en-US New Haven Ave., Melbourne. Shows are at 8 p.m. Frida ys and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sunda ys. en-USFor ticket information, call (321) en-US 723-8698 or go to en-US henegar.orgen-US .en-USHenegar show stars Rodgers & en-US Hammerstein en-US"Rodgers & Hammerstein on the Silver en-US Screen" opens Friday, April 5, and en-US continues through Sunday, April 7, at The en-US Henegar Center, 625 E. New Haven Ave., en-US Melbourne. Shows are at 8 p.m. Frida ys and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sunda ys. en-USFor ticket information, call (321) en-US 723-8698 or go to en-US henegar.orgen-US .en-US'West Side Story' comes to Henegar en-USThe musical "West Side Story" opens en-US Friday, May 3, and continues through en-US Sunday, May 19, at The Henegar Center, en-US 625 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne. Shows are at 8 p.m. Frida ys and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sunda ys. en-USFor ticket information, call (321) en-US 723-8698 or go to en-US henegar.orgen-US .en-USStella Stolaren-USStella Stolar, 95, of Melbourne, died en-US Tuesday, June 26, 2018. Arrangements en-US were made by Davis Seawinds Funeral en-US Home.en-USGenevieve M. Briceen-USGenevieve M. Brice, 96, of West en-US Melbourne, died Thursday, June 28, 2018. en-US Arrangements were made by Davis en-US Seawinds Funeral Home.en-USJay C. Kleavelanden-USJay C. Kleaveland, 86, of Melbourne, en-US died Sunday, April 8, 2018. Arrangements en-US were made by Ammen Family Cremation en-US and Funeral Care.en-USKelly McCrory-Carlsonen-USKelly McCrory-Carlson, 58, of Melen-US -en-US bourne, died Monday, June 18, 2018. en-US Arrangements were made by Ammen en-US Family Cremation and Funeral Care.en-USFrank D. Van Nesten-USFrank D. Van Nest, 94, of Melbourne, en-US died Tuesday, June 19, 2018. Arrangeen-US -en-US ments were made by Ammen Family en-US Cremation and Funeral Care.en-USJerry Perkinsen-USJerry Perkins, 68, of Melbourne, died en-US Tuesday, June 19, 2018. Arrangements en-US were made by Ammen Family Cremation en-US and Funeral Care.en-USRenee L. Payneen-USRenee L. Payne, 57, of Melbourne, died en-US Tuesday, June 19, 2018. Arrangements en-US were made by Ammen Family Cremation en-US and Funeral Care.en-USGeorge H. Neebeen-USGeorge H. Neebe, 77, of West Melen-US -en-US bourne, died Tuesday, June 19, 2018. en-US Arrangements were made by Ammen en-US Family Cremation and Funeral Care.en-USMichael 'Spike' Kellyen-USMichael "Spike" Kelly, 67, of West en-US Melbourne, died Sunday, June 24, 2018. en-US Arrangements were made by Ammen en-US Family Cremation and Funeral Care.en-USPaul Tomasicen-USPaul Tomasic, 70, of West Melbourne, en-US died Sunday, July 1, 2018. Arrangements en-US were made by Island Cremations Service.en-USGirley Marie Cummeren-USGirley Marie Cummer, 88, of Melen-US -en-US bourne, died Friday, June 29, 2018. en-US Arrangements were made by Island en-US Cremations Service. Answers Located in the Classied Section Obituaries en-GBOuten-USFrom page 18


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en-US 23 rfr ntb nr br bn fr fntf ntn 420Hospitality: Restaurants&Hotels RECRUITMENT rf n rn nf bnrb ft fnffn f f tb n rn nf bnrb ffrrf nffn ff frb brbr brf n rbr r tbn bff n f n b n nbb frb n n f nb b fbrb bb rbn 270Medical Equipment&Supplies t n f nn nf n n nb r tbb f b 260Furniture& HouseholdGoods tbr n n fn b n ffr 255Electronics btb r n rb bbr nr f nn n 234BuildingSupplies &Equipment n 230Bargains:$200 orless ttt f b rbr n f bn b r fn rbf n 427Misc.Employment t rrt t f 277Musical Instruments bt rb bnbf b r b b rbt f brbn fr brr n 275MiscItems tttb fnf ffn ffn rb f tfttb ttn ff bn f rnr nn n rnfbf f n f rrn n bbfbfb nbn nf nn n r rn tr rnb bnbn n fn bb rr n nn rbtn tttr t fb frbr n tt tn ff bn tt n f fr b n fn 270Medical Equipment&Supplies rfntbnnbn r fntbnnbn rf ntbnnbn t b fn r t r b fn r tf b fn r rt rb b t rfn fb btb bf r n tbrb bb n fb btb bf r n tbrb bb n r tbn rr bff n f n b r f n ff rb t t n tt b bf rfn fbn b ffrn tt br rbfr ff fnn b ffn rb fr brbb b bf frbn n n nbb frb n 299miscNATIONAL Ads f ntbnnbn rf tbbnb tbrn n fn b n ffr tbr n n fn b n ffrn tbr n n fn b n ffrn tbrn nn ffn nn f nn r tb n ffr tb n ffr tb n ffr bb frb n n brb frb n brb b rb b rn rn bb b b r brb rr n rbb n 299miscNATIONAL Ads ntbnnbn ttrt n ffr n bnf n b 510Schools r fb frr rf b ff t b nn fb n ntr r frn b nb rn t br n r fn bffn b bnb rb f bt b n fnr nf fnn n t b t b rb bnn n n b r fn rbf n rtrtr fn n n ff rn b r rtrtr fn n n ff rn b r tt bb rbrn b f rbn fr n n f tb n rb b rbn 299miscNATIONAL Ads ntbnnbn ttbrtt ff n b b fn b 510Schools n f b r t tttb bn n fbb f f br f b bb r t tttb bn n fbb f f br rn bb bb n br r t tttb bn n fbb f f br b b bb r r t tttb bn n fbb f f br bt b bb tnb r t tttb t bn n fbb f f br t bf bb bnt r t tttb 5005FictitiousNames rrt t f tb tf ff t nbbn bb bn bn nfn 510Schools ntbnnbn f bn n f b tbb r r bt b f rt trr b nn bbb fb bfn f b rbb b fffr br nnfb t r tb t tb t bf b b bn r fbb r t 5060NoticeofSale bn n fbb f f br b b bb b r t tttb bn n fbb f f br bfr bb bb b 5005FictitiousNames rrbb t f n fn b b rbf fb n t nf b fnb rrbb t f n fn fn b b 299miscNATIONAL Ads tb n n b n bnrt ffb b f fn bbb nbr b brntr bn n f b tbb bb r f b b f b bb r r br rr nt b b r r bfr b nn bbb fb bfn f b rbb b fffr br nnfb t r tb t tb n n b n bnrt ffb b f fn bbb nbr b brntr 5060NoticeofSale


en-US 24 r fntbbtbn 735OutofArea forSale rfnt bbff fffnn nf tfffn 730Manufactured HomesforSale rf tfbttf rfff bfnf rrff nrff n 795Misc.RealEstate Services rrff nff f nn ntf n ff nn nn bnn ff t tfff ff bnffnnt n rff tnfttb 802Rooms& Roommates tfbb bffn f rff n fnn 825Manufactured Homes fnbn nntfnn t fnn nbn bfbn f ff 805Apartments/ Condos t rf ntb t rt t t fn nf ff fnft ft rr f f nt ntnt n rf fnnf ff nfnnt nf nnrrt nnf ftf nttbnf nnf ffff ftfff ff nttn f nn f ffff ftf ttff nnff nf fntnn fbt t t tff nffbntbt nf f fnn f btff fnf 299miscNATIONAL Ads n ff ffffbn fff ff ff trr ff tfftf ft bffn fft fbt n fbntf nf nbtff ff nn r t ffnn fnnt ff fnn b b ftff tff nnfnb n bn nnntfn bntffbff fbf rft nnf fnnftfn nnn nff ff fftbtnn f f 299miscNATIONAL Ads rrff nff ftfnnnn nnffff ntbnt ft nf n ff frb rfnftf tff nf nbb ff nfn ntf bnnfnn ntf f fff ff fn nf ff ff fff fn nf nn tff nn nfntf nfnnf fff ntntn f f tfnn tfbttf rfff bfnf rrff nrff n 299miscNATIONAL Ads 940RV/Travel Trailers/Campers ttff n fft fft nnf 915Automobiles TRANSPORTATION rf r bfn nt fr ftb nf fnf nffn nff f nnfnnf ftb nnfnnf ftb nnft 299miscNATIONAL Ads 940RV/Travel Trailers/Campers ff t fff nbn ftff 920Automobiles Wanted t tff fff nbnff ftn tfn fnfn fb fn bnttf r bfn nt fr ftb nf fnf 299miscNATIONAL Ads n fff ff f ff nn fnt fff ff ff nnf tff fff f fnn f 920Automobiles Wanted tfbb n n fn nn f n n fnnf 305Pets:Domestic PETS rf nt frf rfn fnt nfnff b nn tnt nnnn fbffnn ffffft nnnt nn n tfnn nnb fntfbn 935Motorcycles/ Scooters ff fbn tf bnf nnf rr 920Automobiles Wanted nf fbnt ff f nn 630Misc.Financial BUSINESS& FINANCIAL OPPORTUNITIES nnn tff rf ffn tbfff ttn 962Boats/Watercraft b rf nff f 950Trucks/Vans rf b b ftff fnnnnfnb n 630Misc.Financial