Hometown news (Melbourne, FL). 2007.

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Vol. 15, No. 8 en-USFriday, Sept. 7, 2018 MELBOURNEWEST MELBOURNE en-US @HometownNewsBrevard @hometownnewsbrevard @HometownNewsBre en-USINDEX Adoptable 7 Classified 21 Crossword en-US20 Horoscopes en-US9 Obituaries 21 Out & About 9 Police Report en-US5 Viewpoint en-US6en-US$1.00 en-USNEXT LAUNCHen-USSept. 9 A SpaceX Falcon en-US 9 rocket will launch the en-US Telstar 18 VANTAGE satellite. en-US Window 11:28 p.m. to 3:28 a.m. EDT en-USFor the complete en-US Community Calender en-US listings, go to en-US www.en-US hometownnewsen-US en-US community/.en-USFRIDAY, SEPT. 7 en-USTake a walk, learn to en-US knit: en-US The City of Melen-US -en-US bourne's Parks and Recreen-US -en-US ation Department hosts en-US Adult Morning Club from en-US 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Fridays, en-US Mondays and Wednesdays.en-US Enjoy an early walk to en-US reduce stress, build muscle, en-US strengthen your heart, and en-US learn how to crochet and en-US knit. You also will have the en-US opportunity to learn about en-US basic skills of computers en-US and cell phone technology.en-US Admission is free and for en-US ages 18 years and older.en-US For more information, en-US call (321) 608-7450.en-US Dance to the oldies: en-USCommunity en-US Calendar en-USEau Gallie en-US High sophoen-US -en-US more running en-US back Vincent en-US Jackson en-US avoids a en-US tackle during en-US Commodores' en-US 30-21 loss to en-US the Astronaut en-US War Eagles en-US on Aug. 31. en-USAlex Schierholtz/en-US Staff photographeren-USAstronaut en-US Scholars en-US nameden-USMELBOURNE The Florida Institute en-US of Technology named aerospace engien-US-en-US neering major, Noah Nodolski and astroen-US -en-US biologist Nathan Hadland, its Astronaut en-US Scholars for the 2018-19 academic year. en-US The Astronaut Scholars Foundation is en-US merit based, reflecting the students model en-US performance and ambitious aptitude.en-US The juniors will receive up to $10,000 en-US each as Astronaut Scholars along with en-US other opportunities. One of these is a en-US chance to participate in the special develen-US -en-US opment programs from the Astronaut en-US Scholarship Foundation (ASF), which en-US selects the final winners and administers en-US the awards. All incoming Astronaut en-US Scholars are offered an expense-paid trip en-US to Washington, D.C., to attend the ASF en-US Innovators Gala featuring the Neil Armen-US -en-US strong Award of Excellence which was en-US given Aug. 25. en-US Mr. Nodolski, has shown limitless curien-US -en-US osity and an equally dedicated drive. en-US Starting his freshman year, the Melbourne en-US resident joined a research team under en-US Florida Techs Csaba Palotai, associate en-US professor of physics and space sciences. en-US He has also been involved in many projen-US -en-US ects including research of Jupiters atmoen-US-en-US sphere, Neptunes Great Dark Spot and en-US the Shoemaker Levy Jupiter Comet en-US impact.en-US Mr. Hadland, an Arizona native, is curen-US -en-US rently studying astrobiology. en-US I primarily study Neptunes atmoen-US -en-US spheric dynamics and large-scale vortices en-USQuick as lightning en-USZoe is a 7-year-old en-US Rottweiler who likes to en-US fetch with any kind of en-US ball and swim en-USPATRIOTIC PUP en-USSNAPPED UPen-USGeorge Isom, from en-US Sanford, caught two en-US red snappers near the en-US Port Canaveral Jetty PET OF THE WEEK 21 CATCH OF THE WEEK 10 TOURING WITH THE TOWNIES 11 en-USIN SOUTH AFRICAen-USLeAnn Earle and en-US Alexandra Swartout visit en-US the beautiful Manyeleti en-US Game Reserve en-USRead the latest en-US news about military en-US en-US responders en-USTHOSE WHO SERVE HOMETOWN HEROES 13 en-USBREVARD COUNTY On Aug. 28, resien-US-en-US dents went to the polls to determine who would en-US face off in the General Elections this November.en-US In the School Board District 1 race, the winen-US -en-US ner was Misty Belford, with 55.78 percent, en-US 12,713 votes, compared to David Meader, with en-US 44.22 percent, 10,077 votes.en-US In the School Board District 2 race, Cheryl en-US McDougall received 42.26 percent, 10,702 en-US votes, Charles Parker received 36.78 percent, en-US 9,314 votes, and Frank E. Sullivan received en-US 20.96 percent, 5,309 votes.en-US In the School Board District 5 race, Katye en-US Campbell received 36.98 percent, 8,245 votes, en-US Kelly Damerow received 28.96 percent, 6,457 en-US votes, Dean Paterakis received 10.94 percent, en-US 2,439 votes, and Andy Ziegler received 23.11 percent, 5,153 votes. en-USIn the race for County Court Judge, Group 5, en-US Katie Jacobus, with 59.24 percent, 71,221 votes, en-US will face Rod Kernan, who earned 29.36 peren-US -en-US cent, 35,298 votes.en-US The top two candidates for Circuit Judge, en-US 18th Judicial Circuit, Group 24 will also face off en-US in November. They were Adam Pollack, with en-US 45.56 percent, 54,188 votes, and Melissa Dyan en-US Souto, 54.44 percent, 64,761 votes.en-US Here is a complete list of the Primary Elecen-US -en-US tions results for Brevard County:en-US By Brittany Mulliganen-USBMulligan@hometownnewsol.comen-USBrevard primary winnersen-GBSeeen-GB en-GB RESULTSen-GB, page 4en-USBy Josh Whiteneren-USFor Hometown Newsen-GBSeeen-GB en-GB SCHOLARSHIPen-GB page 7en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB CALENDARen-GB, page 12 We care about what matters most to you. 2.20 2.35 6-months2.05Minimum deposit $1000 %APY*1-year2.40Minimum deposit $1000 %APY*2-years2.80Minimum deposit $1000 %APY* Annual Percentage Yield (APY) effective 08/30/2018. CDs offered 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 financial advisor for additional information. 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en-US 3 QUALITY DENTURES Hablamos espanol FL Lic# 10444 Reasonable Fees Competitive Prices Deluxe Dentures Full Set or Single One Day Service for Relines & Repairs 4th annual Hawaiian Luau & Pig Roast Buffet Friday, Sept. 25 6-9 pm 7032 Stadium Parkway, Viera, FL 504-7771 | Fire Knife Dance at Sunset & Hawaiian Dancers Reservations Required Call 321-504-7771 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 We are now in network with AETNA Commercial Health and AETNA Medicare PPO Senior event helps to plan for aging with dignity en-USBREVARD COUNTY No one likes en-US to think about their death, but like en-US everything else in life, planning is en-US essential to ease the work left behind.en-US Finish Strong: Medical, Spiritual, en-US Legal & Financial Considerations for en-US Aging with Dignity is a special event en-US co-hosted by Advent Lutheran Church, en-US VITAS Healthcare, Thrivent Financial en-US and One Senior Place.en-US This free event is scheduled for 3 p.m. en-US on Sunday, Sept. 16, at the Scott Center en-US at Holy Trinity, 5625 Holy Trinity Drive, en-US Melbourne.en-US This event will help guide seniors en-US through the process of preparing docuen-US-en-US ments and thinking about end-of-life en-US decisions. A panel discussion will feaen-US-en-US ture Dr. Mohan Shah and hospice chapen-US -en-US lain Martin Concepcion of VITAS en-US Healthcare, attorney Bonnie Klein Rhoen-US -en-US den and financial associate, Lauren en-US Hutto.en-US The keynote speaker will be Jim en-US Towey, president of Ave Maria Universien-US-en-US ty and creator of Five Wishes, which is en-US an advance directives document aiming en-US to provide a means to legally document en-US choices for medical treatment, comfort en-US and care wishes.en-US Mr. Towey is also the founder of en-US Aging with Dignity, a nonprofit organien-US -en-US zation which aids and advocates for en-US families in matters of aging, serious illen-US -en-US ness, disability or loneliness.en-US Aging with Dignity was formed in en-US 1996 after Mr. Toweys experiences en-US working with Mother Teresa of Calcuten-US -en-US ta.en-US Mr. Towey was a full-time volunteer en-US for Mother Teresa for two years, living en-US with her order of priests in a seminary en-US in Tijuana, Mexico. He also volunteered en-US in Mother Teresas home for people en-US dying with AIDS in Washington.en-US Mr. Towey served as Mother Teresas en-US legal counsel for 12 years.en-US [People] dont communicate to the en-US ones they love the most what exactly en-US they want, Mr. Towey explained. They en-US may have filled out a form, they may en-US have given that a lot of thought, but they en-US havent thought through what actually en-US takes place in the moment theyre en-US unable to speak for themselves or not en-US thinking clearly in times of serious illen-US-en-US ness.en-US Five Wishes has always been to proen-US -en-US tect peoples legal rights but also to en-US serve as a vehicle for family communien-US -en-US cation so that the ones who love you en-US will be there for you when you need en-US them, Mr. Towey continued.en-US He added that communicating with en-US your loved ones about end-of-life decien-US -en-US sions is important because not talking en-US about it can lead to family issues, fights en-US and poor judgment.en-US The reality of what happens at end-en-US of-life care requires careful thought and en-US communication, Mr. Towey said. You en-US cant just hope for the best. The reality is en-US Aging with Dignity over the years has en-US gotten untold stories of unhappy enden-US -en-US ings where families were fighting at the en-US bedside and individuals were disputing en-US what the patient wanted. All of this en-US leads to fractures in the family at a time en-US you can least afford them.en-US Attendees of the Finish Strong event en-US will receive a free copy of Five Wishes, en-US which has sold more than 20 million en-US copies worldwide, and is printed in 23 en-US languages.en-US Mr. Towey has also served as the en-US Director of the White House Office of en-US Faith-based and Community Initiatives en-US during President George W. Bushs term en-US from 2002-06.en-US Seniors who attend the Finish Strong en-US event can browse vendor tables and en-US enjoy hors doeuvres.en-US For more information, call (321) 622-en-US 8144.en-US By Brittany en-USPhoto courtesy of Jim Toweyen-USJim Towey lived in one of Mother Teresas missions for those near en-US end of life. He will keynote the Finish Strong event, which will focus en-US on the medical, spiritual, legal and financial considerations for aging en-US with dignity.


en-US 4 United States Senator (REP) en-USRoque De La Fuente 12.61 percent en-US 2,916 votesen-US Rick Scott 87.39 percent 20,207 en-US votesen-US Total votes: 23,123en-USGovernor (REP)en-USDon Baldauf 0.91 percent 208 votesen-US Ron DeSantis 64.16 percent 14,649 en-US votesen-US Timothy M. Devine 1.19 percent en-US 272 votesen-US Bob Langford 1.11 percent 254 votesen-US John Joseph Mercadante 0.62 percent en-US 142 votesen-US Bruce Nathan 1.08 percent 247 votesen-US Adam H. Putnam 29.20 percent en-US 6,666 votesen-US Bob White 1.72 percent 393 votesen-US Total votes: 22,831en-USAttorney General (REP)en-USAshley Moody 60.45 percent 13,006 en-US votesen-US Frank White 39.55 percent 8,508 en-US votesen-US Total votes: 21,514en-USCommissioner of Agriculture en-US (REP)en-USMatt Caldwell 40.42 percent 8,224 en-US votesen-US Denise Grimsley 27.80 percent en-US 5,656 votesen-US Mike McCalister 20.93 percent en-US 4,259 votesen-US Baxter Troutman 10.85 percent en-US 2,208 votesen-US Total votes: 20,347en-USGovernor and Lieutenant Governor en-US (DEM)en-USAndrew Gillum 32.44 percent 8,003 en-US votesen-US Gwen Graham 27.37 percent 6,754 en-US votesen-US Jeff Greene 10.86 percent 2,679 en-US votesen-US Chris King 3.29 percent 812 votesen-US Philip Levine 24.35 percent 6,008 en-US votesen-US Alex Lundmark 0.62 percent 153 en-US votesen-US John Wetherbee 1.07 percent 264 en-US votesen-US Total votes: 24,673en-USAttorney General (DEM)en-USSean Shaw 71.99 percent 16,318 en-US votesen-US Ryan Torrens 28.01 percent 6,350 en-US votesen-US Total votes: 22,668en-USCommissioner of Agriculture en-US (DEM)en-USNicole Fried 56.20 percent 12,809 en-US votesen-US Jeffrey Duane Porter 15.45 percent en-US 3,520 votesen-US Roy David Walker 28.35 percent en-US 6,461 votesen-US Total votes: 22,790en-USState Representative, District 50 en-US (REP)en-USGeorge Collins 34.66 percent 3,018 en-US votesen-US Rene Coach P Plasencia 65.34 peren-US -en-US cent 5,690 votesen-US Total votes: 8,708en-USState Representative, District 51 en-US (REP)en-USHenry Parrish 38.49 percent 7,514 en-US votesen-US Tyler Sirois 61.51 percent 12,010 en-US votesen-US Total votes: 19,524en-USState Representative, District 52 en-US (REP)en-USThad Altman 55.83 percent 13,336 en-US votesen-US Matt Nye 44.17 percent 10,552 votesen-US Total votes: 23,888en-USBoard of County Commissioners en-US District 2 (REP)en-USBryan A. Lober 55.60 percent 7,884 en-US votesen-US Chuck Nelson 44.40 percent 6,295 en-US votesen-US Total votes: 14,179en-USBoard of County Commissioners en-US District 4 (REP)en-USTrudie Infantini 47.13 percent 8,409 en-US votesen-US Curt Smith 52.87 percent 9,434 en-US votesen-US Total votes: 17,843en-USBoard of County Commissioners en-US District 2 (DEM)en-USVictoria J. Mitchner 76.56 percent en-US 7,527 votesen-US Jack Smink 23.44 percent 2,305 en-US votesen-US Total votes: 9,832en-USCanaveral Port Authority District en-US 5 (REP)en-USRobyn Hattaway 63.03 percent en-US 18,163 votesen-US Malcom Mac McLouth 36.97 peren-US -en-US cent 10,655 votesen-US Total votes: 28,818en-USPalm Bay City Council Seat 4 en-US (NON)en-USThomas L. Gaume Jr. 29.51 percent en-US 5,961 votesen-US Tres Holton 21.61 percent 4,366en-US Kenny Johnson 48.88 percent 9,873en-US Total votes: 20,200en-USPalm Bay City Council Seat 5 en-US (NON)en-USJeff Bailey 48.62 percent 8,984 votesen-US Aaron Parr 28.67 percent 5,298 en-US votesen-US Erik K. Sandberg 22.70 percent en-US 4,195 votesen-US Total votes: 18,477en-US For more information, visit en-US-en-US brevard.comen-US.en-GBResultsen-USFrom page 1


en-US 5 en-USMelbourne Police Reporten-USMichael Forbes, 58, of Melbourne, was en-US arrested Aug. 24 and charged with felony baten-US -en-US tery and threat with death and/or serious bodily en-US harm to law enforcement officer. en-US Mathew Vancise, 25, of McClain Drive, West en-US Melbourne, was arrested Aug. 24 and charged en-US with driving while license suspended with en-US knowledge, and grand theft of a motor vehicle. en-US Denzel Scott, 20, of Dove Street, Melbourne, en-US was arrested Aug. 25 and charged with possesen-US-en-US sion of cocaine and possession of drug paraen-US -en-US phernalia. en-US Jasmine Walker, 28, of Monroe Street, Melen-US-en-US bourne, was arrested Aug. 25 and charged with en-US driving while license suspended (3rd or subseen-US-en-US quent offense). en-US Terell Davis, 38, of Church Street, Melen-US-en-US bourne, was arrested Aug. 26 and charged with en-US aggravated assault with a deadly weapon withen-US -en-US out intent to kill. en-US Carrie Weadon, 24, of Ocean Spray Avenue, en-US Melbourne, was arrested Aug. 27 and charged en-US with aggravated assault causing bodily harm, en-US child abuse without great harm simple en-US assault, leaving the scene of a crash with serien-US -en-US ous bodily injury, and reckless driving properen-US -en-US ty damage/personal injury.en-US Peter Khoury, 44, of Sand Dollar Road, Indien-US-en-US alantic, was arrested Aug. 28 and charged with en-US possession of marijuana over 20 grams. en-US Donald Obsenshain, 46, of Barna Avenue, en-US Titusville, was arrested Aug. 29 and charged en-US with retail theft over $300 with coordination with en-US others. en-USWest Melbourne en-US en-US Police Departmenten-USJoseph Poppell, 57, of Berkeley Street, Saten-US-en-US ellite Beach, was arrested Aug. 28 and charged en-US with possessing/viewing material depicting en-US child sexual conduct.en-US Eric Brent, 49, of Riverdale Drive, Merritt en-US Island, was arrested Aug. 29 and charged with en-US grand theft shoplifting over $300 and less than en-US $5,000, resisting arrest/recovery of property. en-US Tyler Brent, 26, of Scarsdale, West Melen-US -en-US bourne, was arrested Aug. 29 and charged with en-US grand theft pickpocketing over $300 and less en-US than $5,000, resisting arrest/recovery of propen-US -en-US erty. en-USBrevard County Sheriffs Officeen-USErica Gamble, 41, of Lewis Drive, Daytona en-US Beach, was arrested Aug. 24 and charged with en-US grand theft larceny over $300 and less than en-US $5,000 and scheme to defraud false pretense en-US over $300. en-US Dale Gannon, 43, of Buena Vista Avenue, en-US Melbourne, was arrested Aug. 24 and charged en-US with possession of cocaine and leaving the en-US scene of an accident with property damage.en-US Jason Heilman, 34, of Merritt Island, was en-US arrested Aug. 24 and charged with possession en-US of a controlled substance and possession of en-US drug paraphernalia. en-US Crystal Bedell, 26, of Sawgrass Drive SE, en-US Palm Bay, was arrested Aug. 25 and charged en-US with passing a forged/altered instrument, and en-US petty theft 2nd degree pickpocketing 1st en-US offense. en-US Lyssa Calio, 44, of Sykes Creek Parkway, en-US Merritt Island, was arrested Aug. 25 and en-US charged with aggravated battery. en-US Justin Calix, 22, of Coopers Hawk Court, en-US Rockledge, was arrested Aug. 25 and charged en-US with aggravated battery as domestic violence. en-US Brandon Fritzges, 25, of Sawgrass Drive, en-US Palm Bay, was arrested Aug. 25 and charged en-US with passing a forged/altered instrument, and en-US petty theft 2nd degree pickpocketing 1st en-US offense.en-US Wesley Harrison, 28, of Hopi Drive, Melen-US-en-US bourne, was arrested Aug. 25 and charged with en-US dealing in stolen property, false verification of en-US ownership to pawnbroker less than 300, petty en-US theft as larceny over $100 and less than $300 en-US 1st degree, petty theft as larceny 2nd en-US degree, possession of forged notes/bills/checks en-US or drafts, resisting officer without violence, and en-US trespassing on property not structure/conveyen-US-en-US ance. en-US Steven Orsolits, 25, of Pineapple Avenue, en-US Melbourne, was arrested Aug. 25 and charged en-US with burglary of an unoccupied dwelling en-US unarmed, dealing in stolen property, false verifien-US -en-US cation of ownership to pawnbroker over $300, en-US and false verification of ownership to pawnbroen-US -en-US ker less than $300. en-US Marucsvel Sheppard, 32, of Varr Avenue, en-US Cocoa, was arrested Aug. 25 and charged with en-US driving while license suspended with knowlen-US -en-US edge (3rd or subsequent offense).en-US Jenna Tanner, 29, of Olmstead Drive, Titusen-US-en-US ville, was arrested Aug. 25 and charged with en-US grand theft of a motor vehicle. en-US Malik Burkes, 22, of Woodhaven Circle, en-US Rockledge, was arrested Aug. 26 and charged en-US with burglary of an unoccupied conveyance en-US unarmed, fraudulent use of credit card over en-US $100 or more than two times in 6 months, en-US grand theft larceny over $300 and less than en-US $5,000, and use/possession of ID of another en-US without consent. en-US Alexander Dyson, 24, of Mandarin Drive, en-US Palm Bay, was arrested Aug. 27 and charged en-USwith possession of marijuana over 20 grams, en-US and possession of drug paraphernalia. en-US Garrett Geroux, 36, of Mona Court, Merritt en-US Island, was arrested Aug. 27 and charged with en-US battery on law enforcement officer/EMT/fireen-US -en-US fighter, driving under the influence, refusal to en-US submit to DUI test after license suspended, and en-US resisting officer without violence. en-US John Schultz, 40, of Kingston Avenue, Wursten-US-en-US boro, New York, was arrested Aug. 27 and en-US charged with battery and resisting officer with en-US violence simple assault. en-US Sanjeev Singh, 36, of Gadsden Lane, Cocoa en-US Beach, was arrested Aug. 27 and charged with en-US cash deposit with intent to defraud, grand theft en-US larceny over $300 and less than $5,000, and en-US scheme to defraud welfare fraud under en-US $20,000.en-US Charles Arnold, 26, of Feather Street, Cocoa, en-US was arrested Aug. 28 and charged with possesen-US-en-US sion of a controlled substance, possession of en-US drug paraphernalia with residue, resisting an en-US officer without violence, tampering with/fabrien-US-en-US cating physical evidence. en-US Susan Binkley, 59, of Winar Drive, Merritt en-US Island, was arrested Aug. 28 and charged with en-US driving while license suspended (3rd or subseen-US-en-US quent offense). en-US Joshua Corter, 35, of Jay Jay Road, Titusen-US-en-US ville, was arrested Aug. 28 and charged with en-US larceny over $300 and less than $10,000 from en-US a person 65 years of age or older.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. 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Its articles are extensive, inforen-US -en-US mative, and objective. en-US I encourage all readers to give a copy a en-US try and see how refreshing it is to form en-US your own opinions on issues and politics.en-USPresident doesnt need movieen-USIn response to President should watch a en-US movie . President Trump doesnt need en-US to watch a movie about zero tolerance en-US toward immigrants, in fact Ive never en-US heard him say anything except positive en-US things about immigrants so why would he en-US need to watch a movie about someone that en-US he praises? en-US What and who he does complain about en-US is the multitude that cross the border illeen-US -en-US gally and enters our country those are the en-US ones that we have a huge cost in supporten-US -en-US ing and those are the criminal element that en-US is being discussed.en-US Someone that files the paperwork, that en-US can be vetted and enters the proper way is en-US fine, the others are criminals and should be en-US treated that way and gotten out quickly, the en-US entire family.en-USPolitical parties are what they areen-USIn response to Voter not taking own en-US advice, . I dont know where you are en-US reading your history from but it certainly en-US isnt from the same books that I get mine en-US from. en-US Yes, the dates that you quote on the en-US amendments are correct and the reason en-US that they were passed is correct and the en-US state laws are correct . but then I think en-US your partisan views took over.en-US Lets look at history, beginning at the en-US beginning . en-US Republicans were the ones that were the en-US anti-slave movement, leading to the elecen-US -en-US tion of Abraham Lincoln I think we can en-US agree with that. The South/democrats en-US hated that so much they declared war by en-US succeeding from the Union. en-US Lincoln never made slavery an issue inien-US -en-US tially, only later in the war, and he only en-US freed the slaves in the Southern states en-US because of his fear of the repercussions en-US from the North. en-US President Eisenhower initially introen-US-en-US duced the legislative act that President en-US Lyndon Johnson takes credit for, but Eisenen-US -en-US hower couldnt get it passed because it was en-US blocked in the Senate by . wait for it . en-US Johnson.en-US The republicans always have been the en-US republicans and the democrats have always en-US been the democrats. en-US Once the minorities figure that out, en-US guess which way they will go?en-USLost dog unveils rude owneren-USMy rant is we found a lost dog this week en-US in our park.en-US He was very friendly and beautiful. en-US We called animal control and four hours en-US later, we took him to them. en-US Thankfully he had a chip. The owner en-US was called and was on his way. en-US He didn't ask for our names or where he en-US was found. We didn't even get a thank you. en-US He came all the way to Aurora Road en-US from Sadler Lane.en-US It took awhile for sure or days. en-US Shouldn't he have told the people who en-US found his dog thank you? We would like to en-US tell that dog owner you are WELCOME!en-USPresident targets drug problemen-USIn reference to drug problems nationen-US-en-US wide . en-US Are we ignorant or what? How many en-US programs (even series) are on TV depicten-US-en-US ing the problems that we have HERE in en-US the USofA with our drug problem? All en-US you hear is about opioids (prescribed pain en-US killers). en-US OK, we do have a problem with that, en-US but hey, heroine, cocaine, and a dozen en-US others are right in the mix including the en-US drug that everyone claims does no harm, en-US marijuana. en-US We are becoming a country of drugged-en-US up zombies and if you ask law enforceen-US -en-US ment this is a war/battle/conflict we are en-US not winning. en-US The stuff coming across the border is en-US being supplied by huge cartels that are en-US financial conglomerates that dwarf anyen-US -en-US thing and everything we have, they are en-US organized.en-US This is not your mom-and-pop busien-US -en-US ness, this is hi-tech billionaire stuff with a en-US mafia attitude. en-US When President Trump suggested that en-US major drug dealers should receive the en-US death penalty, the Resistance Movement, en-USaka the democrats, went ballistic. They en-US could not believe the president would say en-US something like that. And of course, then en-US rhetoric comes up to impeach him. en-US OK, how many people died in the US en-US from drugs last year, 70,000, good guess, en-US how many troops did we lose in Vietnen-US-en-US nam, 55,000 in five years, right again. So en-US we lose more people in one year than we en-US lost in the entire Vietnam conflict. en-US How crazy was the protesting about en-US Vietnam? You dont know because you en-US dont know anything about history and en-US you dont care but it was absolutely en-US wild and it was all over the U.S., not just in en-US major cities. en-US So, we have 70,000 die and what hapen-US -en-US pens, nothing. The politicians continue to en-US pass legislation legalizing drugs in more en-US and more states as if everything is fine. en-US Marijuana is not fine, it is being brought en-US in from Canada and Mexico by the ton, en-US being grown all over in states where it is en-US not legal to be sold where it is legal. en-US The wall that President Trump keeps en-US begging and pleading for is just a stepping en-US stone but law enforcement needs someen-US-en-US thing, now they have no hope and prayer en-US that anyone is on their side. Thank you en-US again politicians on both sides.en-USRantsen-US & en-USRaves en-USGot something to say? en-USEmail the Hometown Rants & Raves at en-USbrevnews@hometownnewsol.comen-US en-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-USAlex Schierholtz/Staff photographeren-USEau Gallie High senior quarterback Nick Neve scrambles during en-US Commodores' 30-21 loss to the Astronaut War Eagles on Aug. 31. en-USScrambling for a score


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en-US 8 en-USBREVARD COUNTY Whether you en-US grew up with a sister or participated in a en-US sorority, theres nothing like the bonds of sisen-US -en-US terhood to get you through the trials of life.en-US Neighbors of Suntree is a social organizaen-US-en-US tion with 300-plus members, and is looking en-US to expand by inviting like-minded women to en-US its Welcome Coffee event.en-US Women of all ages are encouraged to en-US attend, meet members and join in the charien-US -en-US table organization which raises funds for en-US local nonprofits. A free continental breakfast en-US can be enjoyed by all who attend.en-US The event is scheduled for 10 a.m. on en-US Thursday, Sept. 20, at the Suntree Country en-US Club, 1 Country Club Drive.en-US Members do not need to be living in Sunen-US -en-US tree to be a member, and membership costs en-US $25 per person a year.en-US Members can and do benefit by meeting en-US new neighbors, making friends, getting out en-US and giving back to the community, all while en-US having a good time, said June Mikell, Vice en-US President of Neighbors of Suntree.en-US The organization is host to four special en-US events a year, such as the Welcome Coffee, en-US Holiday Luncheon, Fashion Show and Spring en-US Luncheon.en-US Other activities include the Neighbors of en-US Suntree Book Club, Breakfast Club, Day en-US Bridge, Evening Partner Bridge, Neighbors of en-US Suntree On the Go, Bunco, Cocktail Mixer, en-US Coffee and Conversation, Ladies Lunch, en-US Mah Jongg, Hand and Foot and Pampered en-US Palates.en-US Each of these events take place at least en-US once a month and some, two and three times en-US a month, Mrs. Mikell explained. The Board en-US of Directors meet on a monthly basis to disen-US-en-US cuss and update scheduled activities, plan en-US special events and discuss old and new busien-US-en-US ness.en-US Neighbors of Suntree was founded in 1984, en-US and it has since donated $28,000 to local en-US charities. Recipients for this years donation en-US include the Space Coast Symphony Orchesen-US -en-US tra, The Childrens Hunger Project, Paws for en-US Veterans and Promise in Brevard.en-US An RSVP by Sept. 10 is requested for those en-US interested in attending the Welcome Coffee en-US event.en-US To RSVP, please call (321) 254-6500 or en-US email en-US Neighbors of Suntree seek new members en-USBy Brittany en-USSuntree resident en-US June Mikell models en-US clothes for the en-US Neighbors of Sunen-US-en-US tree fashion show. en-US The group will hold en-US its Welcome Coffee en-US for new and renewen-US -en-US ing members on en-US Sept. 20.en-USPhoto courtesy of Buzz Biz en-US Public Relations


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 9/30/18 Must present coupon. Cannot be combined with other oers. Exp 9/30/18 Stop in and see us we offer a full variety menu & yummy house made desserts!! See our menu on FB & Follow and Like Us There BREVARD COUNTY You cant stop en-USthe beat of the Community Band of en-US Brevard as it opens its latest season by en-US channeling Broadway tunes guaranteed to en-US have audiences tapping their toes and en-US singing along.en-US An Afternoon on Broadway is a free en-US concert scheduled for 3 p.m. on Sunday, en-US Sept. 9, at the Merritt Island High en-US Auditorium, 100 Mustang Way.en-US The all-volunteer band will come en-US together to perform selections from State en-US Fair, Annie Get Your Gun, An en-US American in Paris, Wicked, Jersey en-US Boys, Chicago, Sweeney Todd, en-US Hairspray and even Hamilton.en-US Music featured will come from en-US Broadways Golden Age and will include en-US music from new shows and more.en-US Theres a certain storytelling style that en-US Broadway music has that sets it apart en-US from other genres, said Mike Freeman, en-US Publicity Manager and flutist, piccolo en-US player for Community Band of Brevard. en-US It is dramatic, exciting, tender, happy, en-US sad the whole range of emotions, often en-US from the same musical. The variety of en-US such expressive music is exciting for our en-US musicians to perform. Theres something en-US for everyone to enjoy playing.en-US The Community Band of Brevard is en-US open to musicians interested in joining. en-US Mr. Freeman said he recommends en-US For the complete Out & About listings, go en-US to en-US Jerry Seinfeld to tickle King Centeren-USComedian Jerry Seinfeld will perform at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 13, in the Maxwell C. en-USKing Center for the Performing Arts, 3865 en-US N. Wickham Road, Melbourne.en-US Seinfeld has been hailed for his uncanny en-US ability to joke about the little things in life en-US that relate to audiences everywhere. His en-US latest projects include the Emmy nominated en-US web series, Comedians in Cars Getting en-US Coffee, and his Netflix special, en-US Jerry Before en-US Seinfelden-US.en-US Tickets start at $78. 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-GBOuten-GB en-GB&en-GB en-GBabout en-USHoroscopes FRIDAY, SEPT. 7, 2018 en-USMELBOURNEen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSBREVARD.COM PAGE 9en-USCommunity Band has Broadway feveren-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-US VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22en-US Get outdoors and enjoy a walk through the en-US park or a hike, Virgo. It's what you need after en-US being cooped up for too long. Outdoor projects en-US also may 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-USPhoto courtesy of Community Band of Brevarden-USThe Community Band of Brevard will open their performing season en-US with An Afternoon on Broadway Sept. 9 in Merritt Island.en-USBy Brittany en-GBSeeen-GB en-GB BROADWAYen-GB page 10en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB OUTen-GB page 10en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB SCOPESen-GB, page 11


en-US 10 2242 Sarno Road Melbourne(corner of Sarno and Croton, behind Exxon gas station) Monday through Sunday 6 am-2 pm(321) 775-3442 20% DISCOUNT EVERY DAY TO OUR MILITARY FRIENDS! Put A Little South In Your Mouth! Wholesome and satisfying breakfast or lunch served on the double to t your busy schedule! Home Cooking & Healthy Choices, too! Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of a bike ride. John F. Kennedy SALES Helmet, Gloves and more. Everything you need for you and your family REPAIRS Tune up your bike, tire and tube changes and more. Professional service to your bike, to get you back on the road. ACCESSORIES We have all kinds of accessories for your daily commute.2715 N HARBOR CITY BLVD SUITE 12 MELBOURNE, FL 32935 (321) 622-6299kristians bicycle sales and repairs musicians to join in right after a concert, en-USto help maximize the rehearsal time. No en-US auditions are necessary to join.en-US He added that students looking to en-US participate must have a recommendation en-US from a band or music teacher.en-US Personally, being a charter member of en-US CBOB, Ive enjoyed many of the guest en-US performers weve shared the stage with, en-US Mr. Freeman said. The band has also en-US introduced our local audience to such a en-US variety of music, including classical, en-US contemporary, familiar, and new, en-US sometimes with the composer being en-US present.en-US Community Band of Brevard was en-US formed in 1985 by Marion Scott, who also en-US conducts the Space Coast Swing en-US Ensemble.en-US Mr. Scott has taught in Brevard County en-US for 39 years, serving as Band Director at en-US Southwest Junior High School in en-US Melbourne in 1965. He also founded the en-US Merritt Island High School Band in the en-US same year, and directed the group until en-US 1975.en-US The Community Band of Brevard was a en-US recipient of the John Philip Sousa en-US Foundations Sudler Silver Scroll Award in en-US 1999.en-US For more information, call (321) 338-en-US 6210 or visit en-USwww.communitybanden-US en-US & ENTERTAINMENT en-GBBroadwayen-USFrom page 9 en-USSEED to rock Thirsty Oysteren-USJam out with SEED at 9 p.m. Saturday, en-US Sept. 22, 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-USCultural Arts Showcase Melbourne-bounden-USEnjoy a day of art displays, cultural en-US demonstrations, family activities and live en-US performances across three stages including en-US a family concert by the Brevard Symphony en-US Orchestra from noon to 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 23, at the Maxw ell C. King Center for en-USthe Performing Arts, 3865 N. Wickham en-US Road, Melbourne.en-US The event is free for the entire family. No en-US tickets required.en-US For more information, visit en-US CulturalArtsShowcase.comen-USBasia to jazz up King Centeren-USWorld-jazz vocalist Basia will perform at 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 28, at the Maxwell C. en-USKing Center for the Performing Arts, 3865 en-US N. Wickham Road, Melbourne.en-US Basia has scored a number of adult en-US contemporary hits, including a Top 30 pop en-US hit with Time and Tide.en-US Tickets start at $55. For more en-GBOuten-USFrom page 9en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB OUTen-GB page 11 George Isom, from en-USSanford, caught en-US these two red en-US snappers 14 miles en-US northeast of the en-US Port Canaveral Jetty. Help us celebrate one of the Space Coasts most popular pastimes by submitting a en-USphoto of your most recent catch straight from Brevards 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)en-USNice Catch!


en-US 11 WEEKLY SPECIALS SEPTEMBER 9TH SEPTEMBER 15THMON. FRI. 9AM 6:30PM SAT. 9AM-6PM SUN. 10AM-4PM 7856 Ellis Rd. Melbourne 321-308-0275 Kitchen & DeliMade in House Broccoli Cashew Salad .............$3.97 lb Made in House German Potato Salad ..............$2.97 lb Slow Roasted in House BBQ Pulled Pork ..........$6.47 lb Troyers Honey Smoked Turkey Breast .............$6.97 lb Troyers Marble Colby Cheese .........................$4.97 lb Wine & BeerLeinenkugel (6/12oz) ...........................................$5.99 Summer Shandy, Grapefruit Shandy, Canoe Paddler Shipyard Pumpkin Head (6/12oz) ..........................$8.49 Cigar City White Oak Jai Alai (4/12oz) .....................$8.99 Wacky Weekend Deals Sales Valid Sat. & Sun. ONLY September 8th & September 9thFresh jumbo sea scallops $15.95 lb Skirt Steak $5.95 lb Made in house bratwurst $2.95lb Smoked in house pork back ribs $4.95 While supplies last. No holds or rain checks. ProduceCalifornia Romaine Hearts ........................$1.97 bag Brussel Sprouts ...........................................$1.47 lb Idaho Russet Potatoes ......................................47 lb Golden Ripe pineapples ...........................$1.67 each 10% OFF12 BOTTLES OF WINE OR MORE! T bone steak .........................................................$7.97lb Porterhouse steaks ..............................................$8.97 lb Boneless skinless chicken breast 10lb bag ................$12.97 Pepperoni stued Chicken Breast ...........................$3.97lb boneless Leg of Lamb Steaks ..................................$4.97lb Boneless Pork Butt ................................................$1.77lb Made in house Spicy Cajun Andouille Sausage ........$2.97 lb Cod llets ............................................................$6.97 lb Monk Fish ............................................................$8.97 lb Meats & Seafood DINING & ENTERTAINMENT en-USLeAnn Earle and her daughter, Alexandra Swartout, took their copy en-US of en-US Hometown Newsen-US when they visited Honeyguide Camp in the en-US pristine Manyeleti Game Reserve which borders the Kruger National en-US Park in South Africa. Are you a fan of the Hometown News? Well, we are inviting you to en-UStake us along on your next adventure. en-US Each week, we will feature a different reader-submitted photo that showcases one (or en-US more) of our Brevard County residents reading the Hometown News in a unique or en-US exotic place. Whether you take a trip to the Grand Canyon or a cruise to the Bahamas, en-US bring your Hometown News with you and have someone snap a picture.en-US Email your photo (at least 1 MB in size) to and en-US include your first and last name, the city you live in and the location/date of where the en-US photo was taken. Type TOURING WITH THE TOWNIES in the subject line. en-US Let's see how many places we can go!en-USTouring with the Townies SCORPIO Oct. 24/Nov. 22 en-USScorpio, 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 famen-US -en-US ily.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.en-GBScopesen-USFrom page 9 en-USinformation, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-USSpace Coast community honors its besten-USThe 2018 Space Coast Public Service en-US Awards & Hall of Fame Ceremony will be en-US held 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 29, at the en-US Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing en-US Arts, 3865 N. Wickham Road.en-US An awards reception begins at 5:30 p.m.en-US The purpose of the ceremony is to en-US celebrate the value and virtue of the en-US highest standards of public service to our en-US community; to highlight the contributions en-US and devotion of public service; to recognize en-US the commitment and sacrifice of public en-US servants; and to encourage young people to en-US pursue careers in the public sector.en-US Tickets for the event hosted by Sheriff en-US Wayne Ivey start at $29. en-US For more information, call (321) 242-en-US 2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-USJonny Lang 'Signs' up for Melbourne gigen-USBlues, gospel, songwriter, guitarist and en-US Grammy Award winner Jonny Lang will en-US perform at 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 7, at the en-US Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing en-US Arts, 3865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne.en-US Tickets are $51.50.en-US On his latest release, en-US Signsen-US which will be en-US released Sept. 8, Lang returns to his en-US guitar-based roots and channels the spirit of en-US early blues heroes such as Robert Johnson en-US and Howlin Wolf.en-US For more information, call (321) 242-en-US 2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-US'The Wiz' at the Henegar en-GBOuten-USFrom page 10en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB OUTen-GB page 17


en-US 12 Buy one Philly get a second 50% offExpires 10/8/18Buy a Large 3 topping Pizza get a Free Small Cheese PizzaExpires 10/8/18Buy a Gyro & a Drink, Get a Free Order of French FriesExpires 10/8/18 $5 for only $250 $20 for only $10 EVEN HOTTER DEALS!Beachside Fusion Beef OBradys Brassie Grille @ Aquarina Beach & Golf Copper Chimney Gennas Pizza Mi Balconcito Oceanside Pizza Pats Place Southern Sisters Southern Charm Sunnyside Cafe UR HospitalityDeAngelos by the Sea, Jakes Crab Shack $10 for only $5Bayside Bagels Freedom Cafe Pizza @On The Edge Rock Climbing Slack Tide Bar and Grill Massage by Morakot $45 for $22.50$ave with these sizzling deals! Purchase gift certificates online: www.HometownNewsBrevard.comfrom Hometown News DINING & ENTERTAINMENT en-USPalm Bays new fire trucks are fully loadeden-USBREVARD COUNTY Palm Bay Fire en-US Rescue celebrated the arrival of more than en-US $700,000 in new equipment last month, all of en-US which came at no cost to taxpayers.en-US On Aug. 14, the public was invited to Fire en-US Station 3 on Jupiter Boulevard for a push-in en-US and wet-down ceremony.en-US A push-in ceremony is the traditional way en-US firefighters inaugurate a new engine while en-US paying homage to those who preceded them, en-US said Fire Chief Leslie Hoog. The ritual dates en-US back to days before motorized engines, when en-US garaging a hand-drawn hose cart or even a en-US horse-drawn steam engine in the firehouse en-US required a hands-on approach.en-US The fire engine, which offers a 360-degree en-US view from the cab to prevent injuries, came en-US with a price tag of $453,000 while the tender en-US truck cost $268,000.en-US The tender truck can hold 2,500 gallons of en-US water and will be used to pump water into en-US areas where there is less water available.en-US These came fully equipped with no cost en-US to the citizens, said Lt. Officer Alex Barna, en-US who serves as the departments public inforen-US -en-US mation officer. en-US The new engine and tender were puren-US -en-US chased with funds from a $760,100 Commuen-US -en-US nity Development Block Grant (CDBG) that en-US was awarded to the city in early 2018. The en-US CDBG grant is one of the longest-running en-US programs of the U.S. Department of Housing en-US and Urban Development, and funds local en-US community development activities such as en-US affordable housing, anti-poverty programs en-US and infrastructure development. en-US The grant funding also allowed the departen-US-en-US ment to purchase a Res-Q-Jack stabilization en-US tool and outfit both vehicles with all of the en-US necessary specialized equipment.en-US We are so fortunate and so blessed, said en-US Lt. Barna.en-US Firefighters and city officials pushed the en-US new fire engine into the bay, then held a wet-en-US down ceremony for the tender during which en-US water from the old truck was sprayed onto en-US the new truck. The public was then invited to en-US wipe down the new truck before it, too, was en-US pushed inside the bay.en-US Attendees were given an opportunity to en-US tour both fire trucks, talk to firefighters and en-US ask questions.en-US The old fire engine and tender truck at Fire en-US Station 3 are 17 years old and will be used as en-US back-up equipment.en-US By Amy Lyonen-USFor Hometown News en-USPhoto courtesy of Amy Lyonen-USChildren help firefighters wipe down the new tender truck after the en-US wet-down ceremony. en-USEnjoy music from "Yesteryear" from 7 to en-US 10 p.m. every first Friday of the month en-US (Sept. 7) at the VFW Post 4206, 3201 en-US 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 on Fridays. Dinner is served from 5:30 to 7 p.m. and dancing starts at 6:30 p.m. with en-USlive music.en-US For more information about room en-US rentals or scheduled activities, call (321) en-US 768-1744.en-GBCalendaren-USFrom page 1en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB CALENDARen-GB, page 16


Veteran receives high school diploma en-USMELBOURNE Salvatore Bologna en-US served in World War II, was employed as a en-US New York City police officer, worked for an en-US investment firm in the World Trade Cenen-US -en-US ter, and held positions with the U.S. Postal en-US Service and U.S. Customs Service, all withen-US -en-US out having his high school diploma. en-US While he wouldnt recommend that en-US path, the 91-year-old Melbourne man en-US always felt like a piece of his puzzle was en-US missing. en-US Mr. Salvatores family surprised him last en-US month with a graduation ceremony, comen-US-en-US plete with a black cap and gown, gold tassel en-US and, most importantly, his diploma.en-US One of the most important things in his en-US life was to receive his high school diploma, en-US said Sal Bologna, Mr. Bolognas son. It was en-US one of the most significant achievements en-US for an immigrant family coming to the en-US United States.en-US Mr. Bologna was known by his family to en-US reminisce about his two decades on the en-US police force and to share stories from his en-US time at the World Trade Center. en-US When his grandchildren, Cathryn Boloen-US -en-US gna and Aleks Bologna, learned that he en-US hadnt received his high school diploma, en-US they got busy investigating how they might en-US obtain the missing piece of their grandfaen-US -en-US thers life.en-US In April, they contacted Grover Cleveen-US-en-US land High School in Queens, New York, en-US and also the office of U.S. Congressman en-US Bill Posey for help.en-US Rob Medina, director of community and en-US military relations for Rep. Posey, attended en-US the graduation ceremony Aug. 19, and en-US handed over the diploma.en-US He was very grateful and could not en-US believe that his grandchildren were able to en-US achieve what he was not able to do for 73 en-US years, said Sal Bologna.en-US Mr. Bologna, a first-generation Italen-US -en-US ian-American from New York, was drafted en-US into the U.S. Army in 1945, during World en-US War II, just a few weeks shy of graduation. en-US He was told hed receive his diploma when en-US he returned.en-US Life got busy.en-US He married his wife, en-US Rita, in 1953, and joined en-US the New York Police en-US Department two years en-US later.en-US His greatest ability was en-US to work for the city of New en-US York and the federal goven-US -en-US ernment without having en-US his diploma, said Sal. en-US That was possible en-US through the efforts of the en-US screening person who en-US found he had excelled so en-US highly on the exam for the en-US New York City Police en-US Department that they en-US waived his diploma.en-US Later he worked for an en-US investment firm in the en-US World Trade Center, the en-US United States Postal Seren-US -en-US vice and U.S. Customs Seren-US -en-US vice.en-US Mr. Bologna and his wife moved to Melen-US -en-US bourne in 1980. They have three children, en-US who all live within three miles of them.en-US By Amy Lyonen-USFor Hometown Heroes en-USPhoto Courtesy of Sal Bolognaen-USWar veteran Salvatore Bologna is surrounded en-US by his grandchildren during his graduation en-US ceremony.


en-US 14 SPACE COAST REMEMBERS A 9/11 MEMORIAL EVENTAT THE AVENUE VIERA MEMORIAL SITE SEPTEMBER 11, 2018 | 6 7:30 PM 23 37 Monday-Friday 11 am-8 pm Saturday 11 am-3 pm 279 E. Eau Gallie Blvd Indian Harbour Beach Causeway Plaza at South Patrick(321) 773-7000 Try Our Gluten Free Pizza!10% Off for All Vets and Active Duty with Military I.D. 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Group needs $2,400 to finish cemetery project en-USBREVARD COUNTY When it en-US formed in June of 2017, Friends of the en-US Cemetery had a vision: to make the veteren-US -en-US ans cemetery located at 1143 Day St. a en-US place of honor and beauty for the 126 en-US veterans buried there.en-US Since first obtaining permission from en-US Brevard County to spruce up the site, the en-US group has completed more than half of its en-US intended enhancement projects with the en-US help of donors and volunteers.en-US The groups work, which sought to en-US honor veterans while uniting the comen-US -en-US munity, has brought the cemetery from a en-US little-known plot of land covered with en-US patches of sparsely growing grass and boren-US -en-US dered by a rusty fence to a polished setting en-US that includes landscaping, flags and walken-US -en-US ways.en-US Now, midway through three of its four en-US planned phases, the group is hoping to en-US complete a few more projects in preparaen-US -en-US tion for a Veterans Day event set for Saturen-US -en-US day, Nov. 10 a celebration that will mark en-US the cemeterys 40th anniversary. en-US In order to complete the projects, howen-US -en-US ever, the group needs to come up with en-US about $2,400.en-US As leader of Friends of the Cemetery it en-US gives me great pleasure that we have come en-US this far, said the groups president, Sam en-US DiBlasio. Just a little more to go.en-US We are still a few thousand dollars en-US short of completing our goal, Mr. DiBlaen-US -en-US sio added.en-US One of the projects on the agenda is a en-US marker that will explain the cemeterys en-US founding as a place for veterans who could en-US not afford burial services.en-US Of the total amount needed, $700 will en-US go toward the remaining balance of the en-US $2,000 marker, an estimated $650 will en-US fund an entrance arch that is in the process en-US of being designed, about $600 will puren-US -en-US chase a bronze grave plate for an unknown en-US veterans grave and about $400 will yield en-US 40 podocarpus plants for a hedge.en-US Completion of these projects will repreen-US -en-US sent the finalization of the groups phase en-US three plans and its ability to move onto en-US phase four, which will mostly involve en-US ongoing weeding and watering.en-US The county currently mows the lawn, en-US trims trees and sprays for bugs at the cemen-US -en-US etery and will continue to do so alongside en-US the volunteer efforts, Mr. DiBlasio noted.en-US Whereas Friends of the Cemetery previen-US-en-US ously partnered with VFW Post 4228 to en-US collect donations, the group became a en-US nonprofit in June and can now directly en-US accept donations.en-US Checks can be mailed to Friends of the en-US Cemetery, P.O. Box 1966, Titusville, FL en-US 32781.en-US For more information, contact Sam en-US DiBlasio at (321) 222-8738, en-US diblasiosam@en-US gmail.comen-US or visit en-US Friends-of-the-Cemetery-5062463en-US en-US 06410342/en-US.en-US By Jamie Desena-McFarlanden-USFor Hometown Heroes en-USPhotos courtesy of Friends of the Cemeteryen-USFriends of the Cemetery began working in June of 2017 to restore the en-US veterans cemetery at 1143 Day St. in Titusville. The group is raising en-US $2,400 to complete its remaining scheduled projects in time for a en-US Veterans Day celebration that will mark the 40th anniversary of the en-US site. en-GBRANTSen-GB & en-GB RAVES en-GBTell us your concerns!en-GB Has someone gone above en-GB and beyond for you? en-GB en-GB Let your community know!en-GBEmail your Rant or Rave


en-US 15 en-USMore than 60 honored at Valor Awards Banqueten-USMELBOURNE More than 60 awards en-US were presented to public safety and military en-US personnel Aug. 22 during the Melbourne en-US Regional Chambers 10th annual Valor en-US Awards Banquet.en-US The event was held at the Hilton Melen-US-en-US bourne Rialto Place and included a surprise en-US visit from Gov. Rick Scott. The opening ceren-US -en-US emony included an invocation by Rob en-US Medina from the office of Congressman Bill en-US Posey, as well as the Brevard County Sheren-US -en-US iffs Honor Guard and the Color Guard with en-US Brevard Police and Fire Pipes and Drums.en-US The Medal of Valor, which is the highest en-US award for bravery and heroism, was awarden-US -en-US ed to eight individuals. The Medal of Valor en-US recognizes first responders for bravery and en-US heroism as they have knowingly placed en-US their lives in danger while saving, or en-US attempting to save, the lives of others.en-US Recipients included Brevard County Fire en-US and Rescue Lt. Dwight Christopher Frye, en-US Palm Bay Police Officer Kyle Schuck, Melen-US -en-US bourne Police Department Detective Sean en-US Kirby, Brevard County Sheriffs Office Lt. en-US Michael Green, Patrick Air Force Base Masen-US-en-US ter Sergeant William Posch, Patrick Air en-US Force Base Staff Sergeant Christopher en-US Moore, Patrick Air Force Base Staff Sergeant en-US Lee Von Hack-Prestinary and Patrick Air en-US Force Base Master Sergeant Darrell Wilen-US -en-US liams. en-US It is truly an honor to receive such a presen-US -en-US tigious award and be among such incredible en-US people, said Officer Kirby. en-US The Life Saving Award was presented to en-US 16 individuals. The Life Saving Award recen-US -en-US ognizes acts taken to rescue an individual en-US whose life is in jeopardy, either medically or en-US physically.en-US Recipients included Melbourne Police en-US Officer Jesus Lopez, Brevard County Sheren-US -en-US iffs Office Field Training Officer Brian en-US Claudius, Brevard County Sheriffs Office en-US Field Training Officer Arthur Cole, Brevard en-US County Sheriffs Office Deputy Anthony en-US Pena, Brevard County Sheriffs Office Depen-US -en-US uty John Vaughn, Brevard County Sheriffs en-US Office Lt. Bert Gamin, Brevard County en-US Sheriffs Office Corrections Deputy Mark en-US Halfhide, Brevard County Sheriffs Office en-US Deputy Carissa LaRoche, Brevard County en-US Sheriffs Office Deputy Brent Haptonstall, en-US Brevard County Sheriffs Office Deputy en-US Herbert Smith, Brevard County Sheriffs en-US Office Mental Health Specialist Brittany en-US Bodnick, Brevard County Sheriffs Office en-US Agent Daniel Genova, Brevard County en-US Sheriffs Office Deputy Scott Stewart, Paten-US -en-US rick Air Force Base Lt. Col. Roderick R. en-US Stout, Patrick Air Force Base Master Seren-US -en-US geant Gregory R. Goetz and Patrick Air en-US Force Base Staff Sergeant David G. Brinken-US -en-US man.en-US The Award of Merit was presented to 18 en-US individuals for performing a job with excepen-US -en-US tional skill, expertise or innovation, which en-US resulted in unprecedented, unique or posien-US -en-US tive results.en-US Recipients included Brevard County en-US Sheriffs Office Deputy Joshua Hardy, Breen-US -en-US vard County Sheriffs Office Deputy Kristoen-US-en-US pher Matthews, Brevard County Sheriffs en-US Office Corrections Deputy Jonathan en-US Lopez-Hilerio, Brevard County Sheriffs en-US Office Agent Francis Dufresne, Brevard en-US County Sheriffs Office Deputy Arnold en-US Smith, Brevard County Sheriffs Office en-US Agent Harry Bermudez, Brevard County en-US Sheriffs Office Senior Human Resources en-US Officer Ron Forknall, Cocoa Beach Police en-US Detective Joseph Versaggi, West Melbourne en-US Police Detective Donovan Brickhouse, Melen-US -en-US bourne Police Communications Officer en-US Stacy Davenport, Melbourne Police Comen-US-en-US munications Officer Wendy Luszczewski, en-US Melbourne Police Officer Maurizio Iervasi, en-US Florida Highway Patrol Corporal Dailyn en-US Rodriguez, Patrick Air Force Base Capt. en-US Daniel Morgese, Patrick Air Force Base en-US Capt. Kenneth Creager, Patrick Air Force en-US Base TSgt James Reynolds, Satellite Beach en-US Fire Department Medic Melanie Drake, en-US Melbourne Fire Chief Charles Bogle.en-US Twenty-three members of the Melbourne en-US Fire Department were also recognized with en-US the Award of Merit related to an April brush en-US fire that consumed 45 acres before it was en-US brought under control. en-US Recipients included Battalion Chief TJ en-US Michaud, Lt. Jody Kahler, Driver/Engineer en-US Josh Arnold, Firefighter Jack Hozdish, Fireen-US-en-US By Amy Lyonen-USFor Hometown Heroes en-USPhoto Courtesy of Jeff Franko Photographyen-USBrevard County Sheriffs Office public safety personnel were among en-US those honored at the Valor Awards.en-GBSeeen-GB en-GB VALORen-GB page 16


en-US 16 en-USBulldogs make all the right moves in shutout win en-USAlex Schierholtz/Staff photographeren-USMelbourne High School sophomore running back Antonio Wright en-US looks to follow his blockers during the Bulldogs' 42-0 shutout of the en-US Satellite Scorpions on Aug. 31. en-USAlex Schierholtz/Staff photographeren-USMelbourne High School wide receiver Davis Mallinger bounces outen-US -en-US side during the Bulldogs' 42-0 shutout of the Satellite Scorpions on en-US Aug. 31. en-USIen-USn golf, the only connection that we have en-US with our equipment comes through the en-US grip. We depend on the grips on our en-US clubs to control the club and to transmit to en-US the ball where it is to go. Grips also send en-US back to our brains information about how en-US well we struck the ball.en-US A few years ago I played with what had en-US to be the worst set of rental clubs ever. Only en-US a couple of clubs out of the 14 in the bag en-US had a grip that wasnt as hard as a rock and en-US as slippery as a fish. It made for a strange en-US round to say the least. en-US I constantly was afraid the club would fly en-US out of my hands. To prevent that, I gripped en-US the club too tightly, putting far too much en-US tension into my arms and body. I eventually, en-US just tried to hit different shots with the two en-US or three clubs that had a grip slightly en-US younger than I.en-US Todays grip market is huge. The number en-US of choices we golfers have to perfect our en-US connection with our tools is amazing. Grips en-US come in more colors and combinations than en-US Crayola can put in a box, as well as different en-US weights and different sizes.en-US We didn't always have all these choices. en-US In fact, there are few written records en-US regarding the history of golf grips. We can en-US assume that the shepherds who invented en-US the game, likely did not turn their crooks en-US upside down and wrap the bottom with en-US anything before hitting stones around the en-US hillsides of Scotland.en-US It is unclear when grip first appeared on en-US clubs, but we do know that a wool listing en-US was used in the 18th century. In to the 19th en-US century, this would be covered with en-US sheepskin before leather and then rubber en-US would take over in the 20th century.en-US Some golfers would apply chalk to their en-US grips to help them stay dry. Additionally, en-US olive oil, wax, pitch and varnish would be en-US used to help golfers better grip their clubs.en-US While grips last much longer today than en-US they did back when they were simple wool en-US listings or leather, they should still be en-US replaced about every 40 rounds. More often en-US if your hands sweat a lot or they are en-US constructed of a material that starts to break en-US down. Your grips should feel tacky in your en-US hand and should never get to the point en-US where they are hard or cracked. It's always en-US good to replace your entire set, keeping the en-US same feel with every club in your bag.en-US Many people do not know the imporen-US -en-US tance of getting the proper grip size or en-US being fit for your grip. When custom fitting en-US your clubs for shaft, shaft flex, loft, lie and en-US more, it is equally important to have the en-US right grip size. There are many grip sizes en-US available and you can even alter the en-US thickness of the grip during the installation en-US process.en-US A grip that is too small may cause en-US overactive hands, while one that is too large en-US may prevent you from releasing the club en-US through impact. One good measure is that en-US when gripping your club, your middle and en-US ring finger should just about touch the palm en-US pad of your hand.en-US Between grip changes, you should wash en-US your grips frequently. Anyone who has en-US watched Fred Couples play, will notice that en-US he not only plays without a glove, but wipes en-US his grips clean with a moist towel before en-US every shot.en-US As you play, sweat and oils from your en-US hands are transferred onto your grips. If en-US you fail to clean then, your grips will en-US become slippery and difficult to hold onto en-US during your swing. Using just a towel en-US dipped in a soapy water solution will do the en-US trick. Dawn dish soap is great for cutting en-US through the hand oil and sweat that en-US accumulate on your grips.en-US In 1925 golf's original grip manufactured en-US was established by Elver Lamkin out of his en-US garage in suburban Chicago. His en-US hand-crafted, premium leather grips en-US quickly became the rage among golfers en-US looking for a consistent, comfortable, and en-US tacky grip.en-US In the 1960s, under the direction of en-US Elvers son Rovbert Lamkin, the company en-US began manufacturing leather and rubber en-US hybrid grips. Eventually the company en-US would move on to synthetic rubber, en-US providing a more affordable grip.en-US There is only one thing more afforden-US -en-US able than an affordable grip, and that would en-US happen to be a free grip. en-US Thanks to Lamkin, I am giving away en-US not just a grip, but an entire 13 grip set of its en-US latest grips to one lucky reader. Simply send en-US me an email to en-US stammergolf@yahoo.comen-US and en-US in a few weeks, I will draw a winner from en-US everyone who enters. I look forward to en-US hearing from you and good luck to you all.en-US James Stammer has been an avid golfer en-US and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years. He en-US hosts the Thursday Night Golf Show on en-US WSTU 1450-AM. Contact him at en-US stammeren-US -en-US golf@yahoo.comen-US. GOLF en-USJAMES STAMMER en-USGetting a grip on your golf game easy as 1-2-3 en-USfighter Tim Jorgensen, Lt. Clark Simmons, en-US Driver/Engineer Aaron Starkey, Firefighter en-US Derek Casa, Firefighter John Jackson, Driven-US-en-US er/Engineer TJ Mares, Firefighter Matt en-US Graffam, Firefighter Jon Turner, Lt. Andrew en-US Colbert, Firefighter Rodney Calloway, Fireen-US -en-US fighter Brent Dooley, Firefighter Todd en-US Olsen, Lt. Phil McMenimen, Driver/Engien-US -en-US neer Kurt Schmidt, Firefighter Eduardo en-US Ribeiro, Lt. Monte Rann, Driver/Engineer en-US Mike Grove, Firefighter Ryan Gordon and en-US Firefighter Johnny Delaney.en-GBValoren-USFrom page 15 en-US Things to do at in the Joseph N. en-US Davis Community Center in Melen-US -en-US bourne: en-US Fridays:en-US Late Night Basketball (ages 8 en-US -17 years) from 8 to 11 p.m. $1.en-US Mondays:en-US Morning Walk (all ages) from 8:30 to 10 a.m. Mon day to Friday. en-USFree. Pickleball (all ages) from 9 a.m. to en-USnoon Mondays and Wednesdays. $1.en-US Adult Organized Full Court Basketball en-US ages 18 years and older) from 12:30 to en-US 2:30 p.m. Mondays and Tuesdays. $1. en-US After School Tutoring (ages 6-12 en-US years) from 3:45 to 5 p.m. Monday to en-US Thursday. Free.en-US Chess & Critical Thinking Class (all en-US ages) from 5 to 6 p.m.en-US en-US Tuesdays:en-US Bingo from 10 to 11 a.m. en-US $2.en-US Table Tennis Club (all ages) from 7 to en-US 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Free. en-US Wednesdays: en-US Video Game Night (all en-US ages) from 6 to 8 p.m. Free.en-US Adult Step Dance Class is held the first en-US and third Wednesdays and is from 6:30 en-US to 8 p.m.en-US Thursdays:en-US Co-ed Community en-US Volleyball (ages 16 years and older) from en-US 6 to 8:30 p.m. $1.en-US All events take place in the Joseph N. en-US Davis Community Center. 2547 Grant en-US St., Melbourne.en-US For more information, call (321) 608-en-US 7460.en-USSATURDAY, SEPT. 8en-USRock the Porch:en-US Rock the Porch Jam is en-US from 1 to 2:50 p.m. the second (Sept. 8 )en-US and fourth (Sept. 22) Saturdays at en-US Melbourne Beach Old Town Hall History en-GBCalendaren-USFrom page 12en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB CALENDARen-GB, page 19


en-US 17 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-US"The Wiz" opens Friday, Oct 12, and en-US continues through Sunday, Oct. 28, at The en-US Henegar Center, 625 E. New Haven Ave., en-US 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-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 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-USWorld of Dance headed for King Center en-USThe World of Dance will begin at 7:30 p.m. Saturday Oct. 17, at the Maxwell en-USC. King Center for the Performing Arts, en-US 3865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne.en-US The World of Dance Live Tour is a live en-US interpretation of the TV show, World of en-US Dance. NBC's hit dance competition series.en-US Tickets start at $44. For more en-US information, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-USThree Billy Goats Gruff cross the bridge en-USThree Billy Goats Gruff will perform at en-US 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 23, at the Maxwell en-US C. King Center for the Performing Arts, en-US 3865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne.en-US Nine-foot-tall giant glo-in-the-dark en-US puppets dominate the stage in the classic, en-US Three Billy Goats Gruff. Children will delight en-US in the lively musical action with these larger-en-US than-life puppets performed by the en-US internationally acclaimed Bits N Pieces en-US Puppet Theatre. This toe-tapping musical en-US production features towering nine-foot-tall en-US dancing puppets, live actress Holli Rubin, en-US and a host of other singing and dancing en-US characters.en-US The suggested audience is from en-US kindergarten through third grade.en-US Tickets are $10. For more information, en-US call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.en-US kingcenter.comen-US.en-USDavid Allan Coe coming to King Centeren-USNashville outlaw David Allan Coe will perform at 8 p.m. Wednesda y, Oct. 24, in en-USthe Maxwell C. King Center for the en-US Performing Arts, 3865 N. Wickham Road, en-US Melbourne.en-US As a singer, his biggest hits were Mona en-US Lisa Lost Her Smile, The Ride, You en-US Never Even Called Me by My Name, She en-US Used to Love Me a Lot, and Longhaired en-US Redneck. en-US His best-known compositions are the No. 1 successes Would You Lay With Me en-US(In a Field of Stone) (which was covered by en-US Tanya Tucker) and Take This Job and Shove en-US It (which was later covered by Johnny en-US Paycheck and inspired a hit movie.)en-US Tickets are $51. en-US For more information, call (321) 242-en-US 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-USAdam Devine heading to Melbourneen-USComedian Adam Devine will perform at 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 26, at the Maxwell C. en-USKing Center for the Performing Arts, 3865 en-US N. Wickham Road, Melbourne.en-US Adam is best known as a co-creator, en-US writer, and star of the hit Comedy Central en-US show, "Workaholics." In addition, he can be en-US seen on Comedy Centrals Adam Devines en-US House Party which recently premiered its en-US third season, as well as the recurring en-US manny on the award-winning hit ABC en-US series, Modern Familyen-US Tickets start at $30. For more en-GBOuten-USFrom page 11en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB OUTen-GB page 18


en-US 18 SENIORS... NEED HELP? Helping Seniors With: Companion Care Meal preparation/cooking Housekeeping Services Transportation and more 321-722-2999Our loving, caring, compassionate seniors are here to Seniors Helping Seniors. Each oce is independently owned and operated. All trademarks are registered trademarks or Corporate Mutual Resources, Inc. Not all services available in all areas. Lic. #232571If you are interested in becoming a senior provider, we would like to hear from you too. Hurricane cleanup begins with a good chainsaw en-USHen-USi everybody. en-US The past couple of weeks I have en-US been talking a lot about getting en-US your yard ready for a storm. This week, I en-US want to talk a little about the cleanup en-US process after a storm. I want to share some en-US of the tips I found useful while cleaning up en-US after Frances, Jeanne, Wilma and Irma. en-US These were the last major storms to hit our en-US region. Although 2018 is supposed to be en-US below normal, it only takes one tropical en-US system to make a mess of your yard.en-US If you are like me, one look at the yard en-US and it makes you wonder where you should en-US even start when planning your cleanup en-US effort. The first tool you will need is a good en-US quality chain saw. Gas is preferred over en-US electric because the gas chain saws have en-US more power and also if your power is out, en-US you will not be able to use your electric en-US chain saw unless you have a generator. en-US Before you start cutting your trees, be sure en-US to take a full survey of your yard. Confirm en-US that there are no power lines entangled in en-US your work area and also that there are no en-US large dangling limbs that could fall and hit en-US you once you start working. If a large tree en-US needs to be cut down, it is probably best to en-US leave that to an expert tree service. Most of en-US my tree debris was already on the ground en-US and simply had to be cut up and taken to en-US the curb.en-US Once you have all the large debris en-US removed and cut up at your curb, the next en-US thing you should do is re-survey your yard en-US for other damage that may have been en-US hidden with the larger tree branches. When en-US trying to clean up small twigs and leaves en-US from an area that has either steppingstones en-US or gravel, a great tool to use for cleanup is a en-US gas blower. I had a large garden area that is en-US covered with lava rock and trying to use a en-US rake to get the debris was also picking up all en-US the lava rock. I brought out the trusty gas en-US blower and about 97% of the debris was en-US magically whisked away! In fact, as a en-US preliminary task before raking, I successfulen-US -en-US ly removed a good deal of debris from the en-US lawn area with the blower. This made the en-US next pass with a regular garden rake much en-US easier. Once you are done with that, a pass en-US with a mulching lawn mower will really put en-US the finishing touches on your yard. en-US Once you finish getting your yard back to en-US some kind of normalcy, you can start en-US planning your fall garden. Yes I said Fall, it en-US is actually not that far off. Stores already are en-US clearing out patio sets getting ready for en-US Halloween and Christmas.en-US Remember, for all the latest updates and en-US information, go to en-US www.hometownweather.en-US neten-US en-US Joe Zelenak has more than 30 years en-US experience in gardening and landscape. Send en-US e-mails toen-US en-USor en-US visit his website en-US www.hometowngarden.en-US com. GARDEN NOOK en-USJOE ZELENAK en-USinformation, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-USElton Dan pays tribute to Elton Johnen-USElton Dan & The Rocket Band will perform en-US at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 26, in the Studio en-US Theatre at the Maxwell C. King Center for en-US the Performing Arts, 3865 N. Wickham en-US Road, Melbourne.en-US Elton Dan's rapport and stage presence en-US is second to none and his magical piano en-US playing has a way of engaging you in the full Elton John experience.   Before y ou know it, en-USyou're captivated by his incredible band and en-US backup singers, and thrilled with the over en-US the top costumes and high energy en-US performances just like ELTON in days past. en-US Tickets start at $42. 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 en-US information, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-USToto makes trip to Melbourne Toto will perform at 8 p.m. Saturday Oct. 27, at the Maxwell C. King Center for en-USthe Performing Arts, 3865 N. Wickham en-US Road, Melbourne.en-US The event is one of 21 North American en-US shows in support of the bands 40th en-US anniversary.en-US Tickets start at $48 For more information, en-US call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.en-US kingcenter.comen-US.en-USLindsey Buckingham makes Melbourne stopen-US Guitarist, vocalist, and chief songwriter en-US for Fleetwood Mac, Lindsey Buckingham will en-US perform at 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28, at the en-US Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing en-US Arts, 3865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne.en-US A Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee en-US and three-time Grammy winner, en-US Buckingham is best known as the producer, en-US guitarist, vocalist, and chief songwriter for en-US Fleetwood Mac and as a widely celebrated en-US solo artist.en-US Tickets start at $76.75. For more en-US information, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-USCharlottes Web weaves way to King Centeren-GBOuten-USFrom page 17en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB OUTen-GB page 20


en-US 19 ROOFING &CONSTRUCTION LLC 321-254-7176 www.mikewillisroofing.com1901 N. Harbor City Blvd.Melbourne, FL 34935 $ 300 OFFFULL PAINT SERVICE Mike WillisCelebrating 30 years of service in Brevard CountyRAINY SEASON IS HERE! MAKE SURE YOU'RE COVERED! Licensed & Insured Commercial & Residential Reroofs Repairs Skylights Remodeling Additions Screening Sot & Fascia Metal Roofs Shingle and Tile Tablets make it seem en-USas if the future is hereen-USI en-USremember when I got my first laptop en-US back in the 1990s, how wonderful life as en-US going to be I imagined how easy it en-US would be when someone called while I was en-US on the road, I could just open the cover, tap en-US a few keys and have all the information I en-US needed at my fingertips. I also recall a failed en-US experiment with Via Voice (IBMs voice en-US recognition software) where I tried in vain en-US to write my column by speaking into the en-US laptops microphone.en-US The reality, unfortunately, came nowhere en-US near the fantasy.en-US First of all that old laptop of mine en-US weighed a ton. I had one of those carry en-US bags with the wheels and a handle that en-US pulled out and dragged it behind me en-US everywhere I went but that wasnt really the en-US worst part. I mean carrying tools around is en-US always part of a road warriors lifestyle; at en-US least this thing had wheels! No, the big en-US problem was how long the damn thing took en-US to turn on.en-US You see with my Day Runner, all I had to en-US do is open the book to todays date and en-US start writing. It even had a little plastic en-US book mark thingy so I could open it to en-US todays date without looking. The only issue en-US I had with the Day Runner is every couple en-US of months I would run out of calendar en-US pages and have to go get new ones.en-US With my laptop it was downright en-US embarrassing! You think it takes computers en-US a long time to boot up today? You wouldnt en-US believe how long the wait was 20 years ago.en-US I can clearly remember trying to get into en-US my machine to look someones information en-US up and waiting and waiting and waiting. en-US And dont get me started on the battery life!en-US I learned a valuable lesson in those days en-US and it was to always keep my power cable en-US handy and be aware of the location of the en-US nearest outlet. (I even had a $30 inverter in en-US my car so I could plug in when I needed en-US to). The battery would always look like it en-US had enough power but, if I wasnt near an en-US outlet then Murphys law would kick in and en-US the battery would die right when I was in en-US the middle of some important task. en-US No, the whole using my laptop instead en-US of a Day Runner experiment was a dismal en-US failure. I found myself carrying my Day en-US Runner and lugging my laptop behind me.en-US Fast forward to now and Im very happy en-US to say I love living in the future! You may en-US have noticed these devices called Tablets en-US seem to be popping up all over the place en-US and recently I became the proud owner of en-US one. And with my tablet, those fantasies en-US that I had in the 90s of having all of my en-US data at my fingertips with my laptop have en-US all come true but with the tablet!en-US The first thing that Ive noticed is that en-US when I press the little button on the bottom en-US of my tablet (an iPad) its on. And I mean en-US instantly. There is no five-minute wait for en-US the thing to boot up and when it does wake en-US up I have access to everything! I can access en-US email, my address book and all of my notes en-US that I make while Im working and the en-US clever part is that the notes that I read have en-US usually been typed in at my home office on en-US my desktop computer. They just happen to en-US synchronize with my tablet so when Im out en-US in the field, everything that I worked on at en-US my main computer at home is available on en-US my tablet instantly I just turn it on and en-US after a few taps I have the information I en-US need. And when I type something into my en-US tablet, it synchronizes with my desktop en-US computer so I dont have to retype anything en-US when I get home.en-US Even the speech recognition software en-US works much better still not well enough en-US to just speak my column into existence but en-US excellent for quick notes.en-US The best part is when I really need en-US something on my desktop at home, I can en-US connect to my home machine with one of en-US several free remote desktop applications en-US and see my entire desktop on my tablet just en-US as if I was sitting in front of it. en-US It took 20 years but with my tablet I en-US finally have all the capabilities that I en-US thought I would have with my laptop. I love en-US living in the future!en-US Sean McCarthy fixes computers. en-US en-US He can be reached at (888) 752-9049 or en-US en-US COMPUTE THIS en-USSEAN MCCARTHY en-USCenter, 2373 Oak St., Melbourne Beach. en-US The free, inclusive event features blues, en-US rock, folk, and country jam for spectators en-US and musicians. en-US For more information, call (321) 427-en-US 4624, email en-US info@beeandthehive.comen-US or en-US visiten-US en-US www.beeandthehive.comen-US .en-US en-US Communicate 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-USMONDAY, SEPT. 10en-US en-US GOP women meet: en-US The Brevard Feden-US -en-US erated Republican Women meet from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. the second Monday en-USof each month (Sept. 10) at Duran Golf en-US Club, 7032 Stadium Parkway, Viera.en-US Guests are invited to attend. Admission en-US is $20 and includes lunch. en-US Deadline for reservations is Monday, en-US one week prior to the meeting. en-US For meeting details please visit en-USwww.en-US brevardfederatedrepublicanwomen.orgen-US or en-US by calling 321-727-1212.en-US Reservations are necessary and can be en-US made at en-USwww.brevardfederatedrepublicanen-US -en-US women.orgen-US or by calling the 24-hour line en-US at (321) 727-1212.en-US Grief 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-GBCalendaren-USFrom page 16en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB CALENDARen-GB, page 21


en-US 20 Delivery & Installation Dr. Michael K Grofik OD, PA is pleased to welcome Dr. Mitchell M Nass to his optometric practice. Please call for appts (Eye Exam, Contacts, Etc) 278 N Wickham Road Melbourne, FL 32935 321-253-9228 Charlottes Web will be performed at en-US10:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 1, at the Maxwell en-US C. King Center for the Performing Arts, en-US 3865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne.en-US Charlottes Web tells the story of a pig en-US named Wilbur and his friendship with an en-US extraordinary barn spider named Charlotte. en-US The story is based on E.B. Whites besten-US selling childrens book.en-US The suggested audience is from en-US kindergarten through third grade.en-US Tickets are $10. For more information, en-US call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.en-US kingcenter.comen-US.en-USDaughtry to rattle King Center en-USGrammy nominated and multi-platinum en-US selling band, Daughtry, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Nov. 7, at the en-USMaxwell C. King Center for the Performing en-US Arts, 3865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne.en-US Tickets go on sale Friday, July 20, at en-US noon. en-US Since rising to prominence on the fifth en-US season of American Idol, he has released en-US four albums, all of which reached the en-US Billboard Top Ten and have combined sales en-US over 8 million copies in the U.S. Daughtrys en-US self-titled debut was the best-selling album en-US of 2007, which contained four Top Twenty en-US hit singles including the Grammy-nominated en-US smash Its Not Over.en-US Tickets are $43.50. For more en-US information, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-USOttmar Liebert brings new age guitar en-USGrammy winning guitarist Ottmar Liebert en-US will perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9, 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 Billboarden-US magazine honoring him twice as en-US New Age Artist of the Year.en-US Tickets start at $79.50. For more en-US information, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-USRon White serve up 'Tater Salad'en-USComedian Ron Tater Salad White will en-US perform at 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9, at the en-US Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing en-US Arts, 3865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne.en-US White been nominated for two Grammys, en-US and during the past 19 years been one of en-US the top three grossing stand-up comedians en-US on tour in America.en-US Tickets start at $39. For more en-US information, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-GBOuten-USFrom page 18


en-US 21 en-USJudith A. Zipnocken-USJudith A. Zipnock, 81, of Melbourne, died en-US Saturday, Aug. 25, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Davis Seawinds Funeral Home.en-USGarth W. Notvesten-USGarth W. Notvest, 74, of West Melbourne, en-US died Sunday, Aug. 26, 2018. Arrangements en-US were made by Island Cremations Service.en-USDale A. Kleinertzen-USDale A. Kleinertz, 55, of Melbourne, died en-US Monday, Aug. 27, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Island Cremations Service.en-USCamille Catterton Odomen-USCamille Catterton Odom, 63, of West en-US Melbourne, died Friday, Aug. 24, 2018. en-US Arrangements were made by Brownlie en-US Maxwell Funeral Home and Crematory.en-USRonald Guthrieen-USRonald Guthrie, 77, of West Melbourne, died en-US Saturday, Aug. 25, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Brownlie Maxwell Funeral Home and en-US Crematory.en-USCarmine J. Perroneen-USCarmine J. Perrone, 90, of Melbourne, died en-US Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Brownlie Maxwell Funeral Home and en-US Crematory.en-USSallee A. Berlineren-USSallee A. Berliner, 85, of Melbourne, died en-US Friday, Aug. 24, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Ammen Family Cremation and en-US Funeral Care.en-USPaul G. Ericksonen-USPaul G. Erickson, 70, of Melbourne, died en-US Saturday, Aug. 25, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Ammen Family Cremation and en-US Funeral Care.en-USEugene R. Tracyen-USEugene R. Tracy, 98, of Melbourne, died en-US Saturday, Aug. 11, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Ammen Family Cremation and en-US Funeral Care.en-USAndre R. Blakeen-USAndre R. Blake, 27, of Melbourne, died en-US Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2018. Arrangements en-US were made by Ammen Family Cremation and en-US Funeral Care.en-USVincent J. Powersen-USVincent J. Powers, 81, of Melbourne, died en-US Thursday, Aug. 23, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Ammen Family Cremation and en-US Funeral Care.en-USLola J. Deemsen-USLola J. Deems, 81, of Melbourne, died en-US Sunday, Aug. 26, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Ammen Family Cremation and en-US Funeral Care.en-USJeanne Sullivan Stevensonen-USJeanne Sullivan Stevenson, 86, of en-US Melbourne, died Thursday, Aug. 23, 2018. en-US Arrangements were made by Ammen Family en-US Cremation and Funeral Care.en-USJuan Agosto Jr.en-USJuan Agosto Jr., 59, of Melbourne, died en-US Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Ammen Family Cremation and en-US Funeral Care.en-USRoy Hale Shorten-USRoy Hale Short, 95, of Melbourne, died en-US Thursday, Aug. 23, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Davis Seawinds Funeral Home.en-USVirginia L. Schwarzen-USVirginia L. Schwarz, 93, of Melbourne, died en-US Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2018. Arrangements en-US were made by Davis Seawinds Funeral Home.en-USRandall L. Jubergen-USRandall L. Juberg, 66, of Melbourne, died en-US Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2018. Arrangements en-US were made by Brownlie Maxwell Funeral en-US Home and Crematory.en-USBernice Edwardsen-USBernice Edwards, 88, of Melbourne Beach, en-US died Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2018. Arrangements en-US were made by Brownlie Maxwell Funeral en-US Home and Crematory.en-USBlanche B. Wooden-USBlanche B. Wood, 96, of Melbourne, died en-US Thursday, Aug. 30, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Ammen Family Cremation and en-US Funeral Care.en-USRobert A. Morseen-USRobert A. Morse, 83, of West Melbourne, en-US died Monday, Aug. 27, 2018. Arrangements en-US were made by Ammen Family Cremation and en-US Funeral Care.en-USObituaries rfrr ntrb brr nrr tbnbr 103Adoptions rfntbn ftn r rfnftrb rnf rn fnnn nrrnf nfr tnnr r rfnn rnnnnfr n f nrrrfnrtbtrrrrfrrrrrrnrtrrrfnrnrrrfrfnrtbbnft nnnftffffrfnrt rfrff n nrrrtt rr rb nr rrrb 131Personals rfrff n nrrrtt rr rb nr rrrb 132SpecialNotices nrr rrrr brbr brfr rbr 132SpecialNotices rf nrrr rbr frrr rr t 132SpecialNotices trnb nrrbrtrt rrrnr trnrtr rrnrnr rrr nrnr 132SpecialNotices n rbr rrr nrrrbnrr trrrr tbr rrrrr tr rrb 132SpecialNotices rfrff tb t rn nrr n nt trrn 132SpecialNotices 4875 N. Wickham Road, Suite 108, en-USMelbourne.en-US For more information, call Christy en-US Taylor at (321) 269-4240 or email en-US bereavementservices@hospiceofstfrancis.en-US com.en-US Things to do at Lipscomb Commuen-US-en-US nity Center in Melbourne:en-US Mondays: en-US Adult Morning Club from en-US 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Mondays, Wednesday en-US and Fridays. Ages 18 and older. Free.en-US en-US Tuesdays:en-US The Cub Scouts meet en-US (ongoing) from 6:30 to 8 p.m. For ages en-US 6-11 years. $24 yearly.en-US Wednesdaysen-US: After School Youth en-US Club, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Ages 6-11. en-US Free. en-US Thursdays:en-US Youth Game Night, en-US from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Ages 6-11. Free.en-US Saturday: en-US The Breakfast Club from 9 en-US to 10:30 a.m. Saturday, April 7. Ages en-US 5-13. $3. All events take place in the Lipen-US -en-US scomb Community Center, 3316 Monen-US-en-US roe St., Melbourne. For more informaen-US -en-US tion, call (321) 608-7450.en-USTUESDAY, SEPT. 11en-USSunrise yoga: en-USEnjoy yoga at 7:30 a.m. en-US Tuesdays at the Barrier Island Center, en-US 8385 State Road A1A, Melbourne Beach.en-US Improve your health with BIC volunteer en-US Isa. There is an $8 donation. For more en-US information, call (321) 723-3556 or visit en-US www.barrierislandcenter.comen-US.en-GBCalendaren-USFrom page 19 Is your pet worthy of the spotlight? en-USHometown Newsen-US will be the judge of that. en-US We are asking our readers to submit photos of their beloved pets, as part en-US of our Pet of the Week Contest. The winner for the week will have his or en-US her pet displayed in our newspaper, while also being qualified to become the en-US Hometown News Pet of the Year! Email a photo of your pet (one entry per en-US owner) that is at least 1 MB in size to en-US yourphotos@hometownnewsol.comen-US en-US en-US Write PET OF THE WEEK CONTEST in the subject line, and in the body en-US of the email, please include the following information:en-US Name of peten-US Ageen-US Breeden-US Three of your pets favorite things to doen-US Pet owners full name and hometownen-US Phone number (in case we have questions)en-USZoe is a 7-year-old en-US Rottweiler. Some of en-US her favorite things en-US include playing fetch en-US with any kind of ball, en-US swimming in the pool, en-US and doing therapy dog en-US work. Zoes owners en-US are Rob and Peg en-US Twitty of Satellite en-US Beach.


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en-US 23 rff rfnt rfntfbnb r fr rfnntfb n nfbnn nf rfntbrnr 305Pets:Domestic PETS nr t nn fn rnf nn nf n fn nff f tf n tn nr ntt ttn tntt tn ttnnn nt f tt nf nn r f nnft fn rtnb tfttf t t rrt b ntn nnnnnf nn n b tnt nfb tn f nn 270Medical Equipment&Supplies fntbtf ttbn tbtb bt nb nnnb f fnnrf 305Pets:Domestic r ntbn b n nrnnf tnbb nnb nnn nnn n n nrn nftnb bnnb nn nnnn n n ttnn rfn ntn fnf n fn tnf nb bb nb nrnb r 275MiscItems tft ttf ttnf rn f tt nf t 270Medical Equipment&Supplies rfntb ntn b tn tn nn ffntn n r f nnnn tn rfntbt rfntbftbfr frrfnnntfnfnbnfnrrrrbn nnfnnnrt bnttnnnnnfn n n tn nn nt n fn b 422Management RECRUITMENT r fr f r t nn nt nnr nfn n n rnf n b tnt nfb tn f nn tn nnnnnf tnt n n nn nnnnf t tfn tf nb ttnf t tnt f tt f nf nn fnnnnb tnn nf 299miscNATIONAL Ads r f n tr nn tn n nf 455Trades ntn nnn n nnn nf rn nf n t nfnn ntb tf nnt fntf t n tbnnn nfn n n bn tbnnn f nfn n n n nn nn n nnn nf rn nf n nn tnf n nn tnf n nn tnf n nr nn n n nnn tf n nr nn n n nnn tf 299miscNATIONAL Ads r nnf nnn nntnnn nfrn nntn f tt ntt t tnnnn tttn t n n nf nt b nnf nnn f n nn nf nt bnnf n nnf f f tnnf nnbn b nfnn ttf f tnnf nnbn b nfnn tt fnf ttf fnf tnn ff b nf n n nntt b nf n n nntt b nf n n nntt 299miscNATIONAL Ads btb nn fn tn r b b b b t rb nbn b n rbb ff nnn n tnn ntnf tnb nn nn nnb ttnn bbnt tn ffnt nb nn 5060NoticeofSale nn nnnf fn tnnn tnnnnb tnb nn nnn nbbn n nnt nnn n n nn n 5005FictitiousNames nf r t nn nnn tnn nnn nnfffn nf nnnnnf tf ftn tfnnnf fn bb nbnn nr n n nff n nf nrf tnnf fnn nnf ttn fn b nr tnnf fnn nnf ttn fn b nr 299miscNATIONAL Ads ntt nnf nn tnnf nnnn n 510Schools nn nn nnb ttnn bbnt tn ffnt nb nn f bf nb bfb f tt nn nnb ntn ntrf nnnn rf nn fn nnn nnnf nf tn n nbb nb b nb nb bn b b nb b rb nrbn bnn nnb b b b 5060NoticeofSale nntn fn nr nft tfn nn n n nnt nnnf tf nn nn nnb ntn t nnntnn nnn tntb ntn t nnntnn nnn tntb n n ff t fn f tnf nf nn nntf ttnf 299miscNATIONAL Ads n fnrf nnbnr f f nnrfnftr 510Schools f bf nb bfb f tt nn nnb ntn ntrf nnnn rf nn fn nnn nnnf nf tn n nbb b nb bn b bn b nb rb b b b tb b nb nnb bn b nb n b rb ff nnn n tnn ntnf tnb 5060NoticeofSale n n nf tbbnn nnn nfn nn n nf nf nnf ff ftf nn n f nfrf nrnf nnn nf nfrf ntrnf nnn nf nfrf ntrnf n nf nb tnbtnf n f tn t nt nttn nnf nnf n nnf n nn tnnn fn ntrnf ntf nn nn nnnb 299miscNATIONAL Ads


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