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Hometown news (Melbourne, FL). 2007.

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Hometown news (Melbourne, FL). 2007.
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Vol. 15, No. 13 www.HometownNewsBrevard.com en-USFriday, Oct. 12, 2018 MELBOURNEWEST MELBOURNE en-US @HometownNewsBrevard @hometownnewsbrevard @HometownNewsBre en-USINDEX Cooking 20 Classified 22 Crossword en-US21 Horoscopes en-US13 Obituaries 21 Out & About 13 Police Report en-US5 Viewpoint en-US6 en-USNEXT LAUNCHen-USOct. 17, 12:15-2:15 a.m. EDTen-US An Atlas 5 rocket (AV-073), en-US will launch the fourth en-US Advanced Extremely High en-US Frequency (AEHF) satellite. en-USAlex Schierholtz/Staff photographeren-USDozens of kids take a carriage ride during Rockledges National Night Out on en-US Oct. 2, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. en-USPolice ballot proposal seek en-US funds for headquartersen-USBREVARD COUNTY Each day, residents en-US rely on the Melbourne Police Department to en-US answer calls, be available in cases of emergency, en-US assist with providing records and much more.en-US For the officers and staff of both Melbourne en-US Police Headquarters and its Communications en-US and Criminal Investigations Division (located en-US on Apollo Boulevard and Babcock Street, en-US respectively), daily tasks involve shuttling en-US resources back and forth between the two builden-US -en-US ings.en-US And as the city grows from its 1980 census of en-US 40,000 residents to 80,000 by 2018, the number en-US of staff has grown from 128 to 250. Yet, headen-US -en-US quarters can only accommodate so many peoen-US -en-US ple while also battling a mold problem.en-US On Nov. 6, Melbourne voters will have the en-US opportunity to approve the financing of a new en-US Police Headquarters Facility with General Oblien-US -en-US gation Bonds.en-US If approved, the city of Melbourne will conen-US-en-US struct a 72,500-square foot centralized facility, en-US which could not only withstand a Category en-US 5-hurricane, but also consolidate both police en-US headquarters and the 911 Communications en-US Center and the citys Emergency Operations en-US Center under one roof.en-US The biggest challenge we face every day is en-US that theres no privacy, said Community Seren-US -en-US vice Officer Supervisor David Ross. We have en-US victims who come in to speak to our records en-US department, and theyre standing in the lobby en-US where everyone else can hear about their busien-US-en-US ness. We want them to be able to speak loud and en-US feel safe.en-US Natasha Sanders, head of records at police en-US headquarters, stated that despite trying to file en-US things electronically, there is still a lot of paperen-US -en-US work and not enough space for it.en-US We have at our other building on Babcock all en-US the detectives and the [communications] center, en-US so they generate paperwork constantly also, en-US Mrs. Sanders explained. Between headquaren-US -en-US ters, the communications building and we have en-US off-site storage for older records, employee files en-US have to be constantly couriered back and forth, en-US so that does pose a lot of challenges for us to fulen-US -en-US fill public records.en-USLuncheon en-US supports en-US domestic en-US violenceen-US survivorsen-USBREVARD COUNTY Whether en-US its plain for the world to see or a en-US secret hidden from sight, domestic en-US violence is an ugly cycle that needs to en-US be stopped.en-US Nonprofits such as Serene Harbor en-US have been helping victims of abuse en-US through its confidential and free seren-US -en-US vices since 1992.en-US Each year, Serene Harbor hosts its en-US Purses with a Purpose luncheon, en-US which proceeds are used toward en-US helping survivors and its services.en-US This years luncheon is scheduled en-US for 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, Oct. en-US 12 at the Hilton Melbourne Rialto en-US Place, 200 Rialto Place.en-US Tickets cost $75 per individual.en-US Each year, Serene Harbor invites a en-US guest speaker who is an advocate for en-US survivors of domestic abuse. This en-US Friday, Marni Sawicki will speak to en-US attendees at the luncheon.en-US Ms. Sawicki was Floridas first en-US female mayor in Cape Coral from en-US 2013-17, and is the founder of Indigo en-US Pros, Inc., a consulting firm.en-US It was in June 2017 at a U.S. Conen-US -en-US ference of Mayors in Miami that Ms. en-US Sawicki was violently abused by her en-US ex-husband, and her story was en-US exposed.en-US As an abused child by an alcoholic en-US father, Ms. Sawicki was already an en-US advocate, using her voice and conen-US -en-US nections to educate the public to put en-US an end to victim shaming and the en-US cycle of abuse.en-US The luncheon will feature silent en-US and live auctions, vendors and rafen-US -en-US fles.en-US I think people enjoy giving back en-US and feeling like they are helping, en-US even if they cant contribute on a en-USA carriage full of smiles en-USFor the complete Community en-US Calender listings, go to en-US www.en-US hometownnewsbrevard.com/en-US calendar/community/en-USFRIDAY, OCT. 12 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 Dinner and dancing:en-US Elks Lodge No. 1744 en-USwelcomes Elks and guests en-US to their lodge, 211 S. en-US Nieman Ave., Melbourne, en-US for Dinner and Dance en-US Night on Fridays. Dinner is served from 5:30 to 7 p.m. en-USand dancing starts at 6:30 en-US p.m. with live music.en-US For more information en-US about room rentals or en-US scheduled activities, call en-US (321) 768-1744.en-US Brevard Hurling Club: en-USCommunity en-US Calendaren-USMaverick, 8, is a en-US Chocolate Lab who en-US loves to swim, take car en-US rides and snuggle en-USCOUCH POTATO en-USHEAVY HAULen-USKai Macconnell caught en-US this 25-pound Black en-US Drum under a Merritt en-US Island bridge PET OF THE WEEK 9 CATCH OF THE WEEK 15 TOURING WITH THE TOWNIES 14 en-USSUPER SUPPORTen-USGeorge Kerestes and en-US Karla Micka show off en-US their reading and leanen-US -en-US ing skills in Pisa, Italyen-US Luv is a 4-year-old en-US female mixed breed en-US who's looking for a en-US family to love en-USLOOKING FOR LUV ADOPTION OF THE WEEK 8 en-USBy Brittany Mulliganen-USbmulligan@hometownnewsol.comen-USBy Brittany Mulliganen-USbmulligan@hometownnewsol.comen-GBSeeen-GB en-GB BALLOTen-GB page 4en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB SUPPORTen-GB page 3en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB CALENDARen-GB, page 3

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3 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 Reroofs Repairs Skylights Remodeling Additions Screening Soffit & Fascia Certified General Contractor C.G.C.#1509962 Certified Roofing Contractor C.C.C. #1327501 Home Inspections #HI5687 Serving Brevard Since 1988 Mike Willis ROOFING &CONSTRUCTION LLC321-254-7176Mike Willis, Ownerwww.mikewillisroofing.com1901 N. Harbor City Blvd. Melbourne, FL 34935Licensed & Insured Commercial & Residential Here before and after the Storms! large level, said Beverly DeMeyer, en-USdirector of marketing and development en-US of Serene Harbor. In our world of nonen-US -en-US profit, there is no gift too small to help.en-US Up for auction are six experience en-US packages paired with a name brand en-US purse. Experiences include theme park en-US tickets, stay and play with Victory en-US Cruise Lines, restaurant and catering en-US packages and more.en-US For every signature cocktail puren-US -en-US chased during the event, the Hilton will en-US donate $1 back to Serene Harbor.en-US Last year we lost one of our long-en-US term supporters and this will be the secen-US -en-US ond year weve given out the Dotti Gatti en-US Philanthropic Legacy Award to a recipien-US-en-US ent in the community, Mrs. DeMeyer en-US said.en-US For those unaware, October is also en-US known for Domestic Violence Awareen-US -en-US ness Month, and Serene Harbors lunen-US -en-US cheon helps to educate and raise awareen-US -en-US ness for its services available to the en-US community.en-US The nonprofit serves as an emergency en-US shelter and domestic violence center for en-US women, children and their pets.en-US Services offered by Serene Harbor en-US includes counseling, legal advocacy, en-US case management, transportation, en-US emergency housing, support groups, en-US childrens programs and an advocate en-US who goes out in the community to eduen-US -en-US cate the public on cycles of violence and en-US how to avoid it.en-US As of this year, Serene Harbors Shelen-US -en-US ter and Outreach Program staff has proen-US -en-US vided 6,604 nights of shelter, answered en-US 963 hotline calls, assisted 110 individuen-US-en-US als by the Injunction for Protection and en-US has created 845 safety plans for individen-US-en-US uals.en-US For more information, call (321) 726-en-US 0402 or visit en-US www.sereneharbor.orgen-US.en-GBSupporten-USFrom page 1 en-USPhoto courtesy of Beverly DeMeyeren-USSerene Harbors Purses with a Purpose luncheon will benefit domesen-US -en-US tic abuse survivors and help the nonprofit in its mission to provide en-US free services to the community. en-USCome learn and play Ireland's oldest sport. en-US Practice is weekly 6-7 p.m. at Ballard Park en-US by the tennis courts on Fridays.en-US For more information, search for en-US Brevard Hurling Club on Facebook.en-US Things to do at in the Joseph N. Davis en-US Community Center in Melbourne: 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 years) en-US from 3:45 to 5 p.m. Monday to Thursday. en-US 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. $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 to en-US 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 St., en-US Melbourne.en-US For more information, call (321) 608-en-US 7460.en-USSATURDAY, OCT. 13en-USArts & crafts show:en-US The Turkey Creek en-US Sanctuary will host a Fall Arts & Crafts Show from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sat urday, Oct. 13, in the T ony Rosa Community en-USCenter, 1502 Port Malabar Blvd., Palm en-GBCalendaren-USFrom page 1en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB CALENDARen-GB, page 10

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4 The 4th Annual Car/Bike ShowFree Public Admission!$15 Donation for Car/Truck Registration $10 Donation for Motorcycle RegistrationSaturday Oct 13, 2018 10 am 3pm The Fountains 4451 Stack Blvd., Melbourne National Federation of the Blind, Melbourne-Space Coast Chapterpresents AREA'S BEST BUSINESS REVIEW Presented by: Metro News All Rights Reserved. 1-918-234-7768Spending more and buying less? Maybe you should be shopping at WALMART in Sebastian, where your dollar goes a lot further! Conveniently located at 2001 US-1. phone (772) 589-8528 ; this full line department store offers something that most other stores cant compete with the areas very lowest prices on EVERYTHING Food to feed your family, toys to entertain your children, school supplies, sporting goods, tools, and auto accessories. Nearly every little thing you can think of! Most regular retail department stores feature full retail prices. At WALMART, this is not the case! Here you get the service you want, the quality you look for, and prices you can afford! Open 24 hours, they can meet all of your needs at any given time day or night. If youre shopping for appliances or furniture, WALMART offers you the kind of quality you deserve. We, the editors of this 2018 Area's Best Business Review offer this suggestion to the people in our area: So, whether or not you need a big grocery shopping trip, get your tire changed or pick-up a prescription, do what smart shoppers domake WALMART your one-stop shopping headquarters for the best products, the largest selection and the ultimate in everyday bargains! QUALITY DENTURES www.qualitydentures.org Hablamos espanol FL Lic# 10444 Reasonable Fees Competitive Prices Deluxe Dentures Full Set or Single One Day Service for Relines & Repairs We do, on average, 900 to 1,000 public en-USrecords a month, so were very busy, she en-US continued. To not have everything at our en-US disposal takes time away from us fulfilling en-US those records in a timely manner.en-US Its not just the public records room that en-US is cramped for space. Taking a look at the en-US Melbourne Police Departments report en-US writing room, a set of four computers are en-US available next to a desk-sized officers en-US work area where officers have limited en-US space to file away evidence.en-US According to Property and Evidence en-US Supervisor Jessica Bullock, officers often en-US have to wait to take turns on the computen-US -en-US ers, with a minimum of a 20-minute wait, en-US depending on what they have to file.en-US Inside the evidence room, four crime en-US scene technicians work in a limited space en-US to write reports, check on evidence and en-US property submitted by 170 officers.en-US We bring in about 15,000 items a year, en-US Mrs. Bullock said. The other issue we en-US have with this work space is that we have en-US four crime scene technicians who work en-US out of a different building. Theyll go out en-US to a crime scene, take it to their building en-US in their lab, package all the evidence, sign en-US it back out, put it in their vans, load it en-US back up to bring to here because this is the en-US final resting place. And then we have this en-US workspace to check it in. On a good homien-US -en-US cide you could have upwards of 100 en-US items.en-US In the storage room, the office refrigeren-US -en-US ator shares a space with a biohazard box, en-US and on the ceiling, a little bit of mold can en-US be spotted.en-US We had a leak from the ceiling about en-US two months ago, Mrs. Bullock said. en-US There were cracks in the walls and mold, en-US but that was repaired.en-US The Melbourne Police Headquarters en-US was built in 1979, and moved into by the en-US early 80s.en-US It needs updating, and when you look en-US at the cost of the updates versus the cost of en-US building this new state-of-the-art facility, en-US its about $7-or $8 million to redo the en-US facilities we have and it doesnt really give en-US us any additional space, said Police Chief en-US David Gillespie. The better option is to en-US consolidate. In order to do it, we need to en-US put this on the ballot and we dont want to en-US wait because its going to take time to en-US build the facility. We need to be more proen-US -en-US gressive in having the facility built for the en-US future of the agency and as the communien-US -en-US ty continues to grow.en-US According to officials, building a new, en-US two-story facility would enable the en-US department to provide improved victims en-US services, streamline evidence cataloging en-US and storage, bring advanced training in en-US house, and provide operational areas to en-US accommodate growth and improve citien-US -en-US zen service.en-US Repairing the current facilities simply en-US wouldnt allow the department to grow en-US and accommodate the city of Melbournes en-US needs, according to Chief Gillespie.en-US The cost to build a new consolidated en-US facility is estimated to be $35 million.en-US Revenue raised from the general oblien-US -en-US gation bonds can only be used for the speen-US -en-US cific purpose of land acquisition, designen-US -en-US ing, constructing and outfitting the police en-US facility. It cannot be used for anything en-US else, a press release stated.en-US According to officials, the ballot quesen-US-en-US tion will be stated as such:en-US Shall the City of Melbourne issue genen-US -en-US eral obligation bonds to finance the propen-US -en-US erty acquisition, design, construction, and en-US equipping of a police headquarters facilien-US -en-US ty, not exceeding $35,000,000 in aggregate en-US principal, in one or more series from time en-US to time, bearing interest not exceeding the en-US maximum legal rate, maturing not later en-US than 20 years from their respective issuen-US-en-US ance dates, pledging the Citys full faith, en-US credit and ad valorem taxing power?en-US Yes For Bondsen-US No Against Bondsen-US If approved, city officials expect to en-US secure financing by spring 2019, design en-US and bidding would be completed for en-US October, and the new facility would open en-US in early 2021.en-US The Melbourne Police Department will en-US offer public tours of its headquarters from en-US 6 to 7:30 p.m. Oct. 17 at 650 N. Apollo en-US Blvd.en-US For more information, visit en-USwww.melen-US -en-US bourneflorida.org/consolidated-police-faen-US -en-US cility.en-GBBalloten-USFrom page 1 en-USStaff photo by Brittany Mulliganen-USThe Melbourne Police Department will have a question on the ballot en-US proposing to build new headquarters.

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5 en-USMelbourne Police Departmenten-USJon Agard, 50, of Tucker Lane, Cocoa, was en-US arrested Sept. 28 and charged with petty theft en-US 2nd degree larceny (3rd or subsequent en-US offense). en-US Sean Fenton, 35, of Island Club Drive, Melen-US -en-US bourne, was arrested Sept. 28 and charged en-US with tampering in 1st degree felony proceeden-US -en-US ings, false imprisonment, and battery as en-US domestic violence. en-US Michael Maloney, 55, of W Lakeview Drive, en-US Sebastian, was arrested Sept. 28 and charged en-US with possession of cocaine, and driving while en-US license suspended with knowledge (1st en-US offense). en-US Eugene Brantley, 25, of Seaport Terrace, en-US Palm Bay, was arrested Sept. 30 and charged en-US with criminal mischief over $1,000, battery, and en-US resisting officer without violence. en-US Sydney Doughten, 38, of Highway 1, Melen-US-en-US bourne, was arrested Sept. 30 and charged en-US with driving while license suspended with en-US knowledge (3rd or subsequent offense), and en-US failure to register a motor vehicle. en-US Chayce Kluver, 32, of Kent Drive, Melbourne, en-US was arrested Sept. 30 and charged with battery en-US on a law enforcement officer/firefighter/EMT, en-US resisting officer with violence as simple assault, en-US resisting officer without violence, driving under en-US the influence with property damage/personal en-US injury, driving under the influence BAL over en-US 0.15 (1st offense), and tag attached not en-US assigned to vehicle. en-US Christopher Wisdom, 44, of La Grange Road, en-US Titusville, was arrested Sept. 30 and charged en-US with criminal mischief over $1,000, and grand en-US theft larceny over $300 and less than $5,000. en-US Joshua Gladden, 27, of Melaleuca Drive, en-US Satellite Beach, was arrested Oct. 1 and en-US charged with possession of cocaine, and posen-US -en-US session of drug paraphernalia. en-US Jeffery Christian, 33, of Stephenson Drive, en-US West Melbourne, was arrested Oct. 2 and en-US charged with grand theft of a motor vehicle, and en-US driving while license suspended with knowlen-US -en-US edge (1st offense). en-US Michael Mahony, 54, of Pebble Creek Street, en-US Melbourne, was arrested Oct. 2 and charged en-US with possession of cocaine, and possession of en-US drug paraphernalia. en-US Shane Laroche, 47, of Ixora Drive, Melen-US-en-US bourne, was arrested Oct. 3 and charged with en-US driving while license suspended (habitual en-US offender). en-USWest Melbourne en-US en-US Police Departmenten-USMichael Hughey, 36, homeless, of West Melen-US-en-US bourne, was arrested Oct. 2 and charged with en-US possession of a controlled substance. en-US Jonathan Merritt, 41, of Prelude Street, Palm en-US Bay, was arrested Oct. 3 and charged with buren-US -en-US glary of an unoccupied dwelling unarmed, and en-US battery. en-USBrevard County Sheriffs Officeen-USJackie Bennett, 53, of Bent Oak Loop, Daven-US-en-US enport, was arrested Sept. 28 and charged with en-US driving while license suspended (3rd or subseen-US-en-US quent offense).en-US Cynthia Brewer, 55, of Orange Street, Cocoa, en-US was arrested Sept. 28 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of cocaine. en-US Clarence Clemons, 29, of Flower Mound en-US Lane, Cocoa, was arrested Sept. 28 and en-US charged with driving while license suspended en-US with knowledge (3rd or subsequent offense), en-US driving with license suspended with knowledge, en-US fleeing and eluding police officer, reckless driven-US-en-US ing, and resisting officer without violence.en-US Stephanie Dansereau, 39, of Fairview Aveen-US-en-US nue, Cocoa, was arrested Sept. 28 and en-US charged with possession of a controlled suben-US-en-US stance. en-US Jerry Hatchett, 49, of Candle Court, Titusville, en-US was arrested Sept. 28 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of a controlled substance, driving while en-US license suspended with knowledge, possession en-US of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia en-US with residue. en-US Mathew McFadden, 30, homeless, of Cocoa, en-US was arrested Sept. 28 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of a controlled substance, trafficking en-US heroin up to 4 grams to under 30 kilograms, en-US and possession of drug paraphernalia. en-US Roger Murphy, 52, of Aurora Street, Cocoa, en-US was arrested Sept. 28 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of cocaine. en-US Edward Sheppard, 40, (address not listed), en-US was arrested Sept. 28 and charged with petty en-US theft 2nd degree pickpocketing (3rd or subseen-US -en-US quent offense). en-US Daniel Strickland, 43, of Fairview Avenue, en-US Cocoa, was arrested Sept. 28 and charged with en-US possession of a controlled substance, and posen-US-en-US session of drug paraphernalia with residue. en-US Dawn Aubert, 31, of Brentwood Drive, Cocoa, en-US was arrested Sept. 29 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of a controlled substance, and possesen-US-en-US sion of marijuana under 20 grams. en-US William Buell, 36, of Frontage Road, Davenen-US-en-US port, was arrested Sept. 29 and charged with en-US driving under the influence (4th or subsequent), en-USdriving under the influence refusal, driving en-US while license suspended with knowledge (3rd en-US or subsequent offense), and possession of en-US marijuana under 20 grams. en-US Elton Clark, 28, of Windwood Drive, Palm en-US Bay, was arrested Sept. 29 and charged with en-US trafficking heroin up to 4 grams to 30 kilograms, en-US introduction of contraband into jail facility, and en-US possession of marijuana under 20 grams. en-US Francois Holstein, 33, of Archwood Drive, en-US Orlando, was arrested Sept. 29 and charged en-US with possession of cocaine, and failure to leave en-US property upon order of owner as trespassing. en-US Jose Jimenez Carreno, 23, of S. Goldenrod en-US Road, Orlando, was arrested Sept. 29 and en-US charged with possession of a controlled suben-US-en-US stance, possession of marijuana under 20 en-US grams, and possession of drug paraphernalia en-US with residue. en-US Josanne Loya, 22, of W. 40th Place, Hialeah, en-US was arrested Sept. 29 and charged with posen-US -en-US session of fictitious drivers license, and false en-US ID given to law enforcement officer. en-US Christopher Wilson, 23, of Range Road, en-US Cocoa, was arrested Sept. 29 and charged with en-US failure to provide location as a sexual offender. en-US Rachel Carrillo, 29, of Olmstead Drive, Titusen-US -en-US ville, was arrested Sept. 30 and charged with en-US offer/agree/secure another for prostitution/lewd en-US act (3rd or subsequent offense). en-US Nicholas Ekstrom, 22, of Hidden Grove Lane, en-US Merritt Island, was arrested Sept. 30 and en-US charged with carrying a concealed firearm. en-US Shayn Worley, 30, of Olsen Road, Cocoa, en-US was arrested Sept. 30 and charged with armed 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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en-USKnow amendments before votingen-USFlorida voters have an extremely en-US important job in understanding constituen-US -en-US tional changes, before voting on the Nov. 6 en-US ballot. Early voting begins Oct. 22.en-US You can read and share the 2018 Florida en-US Amendment Guide which can be found at en-US www.votebrevard.comen-US .en-US We have been insulted with bundled en-US choices. Bundling violates our constituen-US -en-US tional right to fair votes, which happens in en-US Congress with atrocious omnibus bills. en-US This practice should stop. It really is en-US insane.en-US Floridas Constitution Review Commisen-US -en-US sion convenes every 20 years to propose en-US changes for states Constitution. Thiren-US -en-US ty-seven commission members initiated a en-US terrible disservice to voters by bundling en-US totally different initiatives into 13 confusen-US -en-US ing proposals and expect voters to decien-US-en-US pher. Both parties were represented. Their en-US names can found at en-US flcrc.gov/commissionen-US-en-US ers.htmlen-US. en-US Join he effort in communicating disen-US -en-US dain for their outcome to governor, legislaen-US -en-US tors, members. Theyre insulting. en-US The sponsor of several amendments en-US came from the legislative branch. They all en-US have staffs who should have studied pros en-US and cons and figured out best course for en-US Floridians. en-US We should expect MORE from all of en-US them. This is an outrage. en-US Amendments 7, 9, 11 have been thrown en-US off the ballot by lower court because of en-US bundling, and are being considered by en-US Floridas Supreme Court. en-US Others, such as dog racing and vaping en-US fake cigarettes (theyve combined with en-US offshore drilling) have no business being in en-US State Constitution. Some qualify individuen-US -en-US ally as a statute. None shouldve been en-US bundled for voters. Amendment 8 has en-US been eliminated. en-US The bad government reason they bunen-US -en-US dledis that they hoped a popular idea en-US would carry an unpopular, costly, bad legen-US -en-US islative idea across the finish line. Dont let en-US that happen. Checking No is not always en-US the best choice either. en-US Read, comprehend, and discuss before en-US voting.en-USCable company not respondingen-USWe are a small, 20-unit condominium in en-US Cocoa Beach. en-US We have been a Bright House/Spectrum en-US customer for decades. Our monthly premien-USum has increased 121 percen t from $504.32 in 2004 to $1,113.88, with another 5 percen t en-USincrease next January. en-US The quality of our pictures deteriorated en-US with frequent buffering. en-US Our five-year contract is coming up for en-US renewal and I requested a meeting to reneen-USgotiate the 5 percen t annual increase. en-USThe first request was made by mail on Aug. 28, followed by several phone calls en-US(ticket #27401052).en-US All attempts to talk to someone with en-US authority were unsuccessful. I personally en-US went down to the Cape Canaveral, Specen-US -en-US trum office, hoping to talk to a human en-US being, again unsuccessful. I was told that the en-US people with authority could only be reached en-US by email and was given the email address. en-US On Sept. 13, I sent an email to the approen-US -en-US priate address, attaching my original letter en-US of August 28. I received a prompt response en-US by email stating that We have forwarded en-US this request to our sales team to have an en-US Account Executive reach out. en-US We have not heard from Spectrum since en-US then. en-US Our contract requires a 90-day written en-US notice to cancel or there will be an automaten-US -en-US ic renewal. en-US This is not the service one would expect en-US for $1,113.88 per month.en-USCable company unreliableen-USThis is in response to the rant about en-US Spectrum treating customers that live in en-US Palm Bay like unwanted step-children.en-US Spectrum treats customers who live in en-US West Melbourne the same. en-US I was watching Murder on the Orient en-US Express of course the cable went out just en-US when I was going to find out who the muren-US -en-US derer was!en-US You cannot reach the company by en-US phone. en-US I have followed instructions on Specen-US-en-US trums website, trying to follow their en-US instructions that pertain to an error disen-US -en-US played on my cable box-plugged and en-US unplugged the cable box connections en-US umpteen times-did not solve the problem. en-US At this point I feel like charging Specen-US -en-US trum for mental cruelty!en-US Many times the TV just shuts down, or en-US you have no Internet service. en-US If you have the patience to hold on for 30 en-US minutes when their phone line is actually en-US available, you reach some poor customer en-US representative who has to suffer your en-US wrath. en-US From now on I am only going to pay half en-US my bill, until Spectrum provides full seren-US -en-US vice! I am also going to file a complaint en-US with the FCC.en-US'Sophie' comparison ridiculousen-USThe movie Sophie's Choice was a hearten-US -en-US breaking story of a woman living in a en-US European country which was invaded by en-US the German Nazi Army during World en-US War II. en-US She was captured with her young son en-US and daughter, as were thousands of others en-US during that horrible war, and forced to en-US choose between her daughter and son as en-US to which one would be removed from her en-US and killed. en-US Millions of Jewish people and others en-US were murdered during this war. en-US The comparison to our country and en-US our President is ridiculous. It saddens me en-US that anyone would make that comparison. Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 5059 Turnpike Feeder Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 Copyright 2018, Hometown News, L.C.Voted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. Farris Robinson ........... President Vernon D. Smith .......... Managing Partner Robin Bevilacqua ......... Human Resources Don Hornbeck ............ Regional Circulation Manager Flora Wilkerson ........... Circulation Administrator Annita Ferrante ........... Account Receivable Amanda Wheaton ........ Credit & Collections Kathy Young .............. Major/Natl. Accounts Manager Julie Cleveland ............ Major/National Advertising Consultant Mercedes Lee-Paquette .... Production Manager Heather Donaldson ....... Inside Sales Manager Rick Keelan .............. Sales Manager Catherine Cawthon ........ Office Manager Kenn Stamp ............. Advertising Consultant Charles Foster ............ Advertising Consultant Candy Downs ............ Advertising Consultant Karen Wood ............. Graphic Artist Angie Daniels ............Inside Sales AssistantTiffany Wilson ............ Circulation Manager Anna-Marie Menhenott . . Managing Editor Brittany Mulligan ......... Associate Managing Editor Alex Schierholtz .......... Staff Photographer Frank Gonzales ........... News ClerkPhone (321) 242-1013 Fax (321) 242-1281Classified (321) 242-0442 1-800-823-0466 Rants & Raves (321) 242-1276Circulation Inquiries 1-866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comMELBOURNE en-USVIEWPOINTen-USFRIDAY, OCT. 12, 2018 en-US MELBOURNEen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSBREVARD.COM PAGE 6en-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-USMelbourne High School quarterback No. 8 Justin Popovich, junior, en-US looks for an open man during the Heritage High School at Melen-US -en-US bourne High School football game on Oct. 5. Melbourne Bulldogs en-US lost with a score of 35-14.en-USLooking for an out

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8 Maybe its Time to Let Go of a Few Things Dont throw your treasures in the trash... We Buy Your Gold, Silver, Jewelry & Coins JEWELRY Broken, new or old Gold, silver, platinum Rings bands, class w/ stones Earrings, bracelets & chains, gold teethWATCHES & CLOCKS Old pocket watches Old windup clocks WatchesUNITED STATES COINS Dimes & quarters before 1965 Half dollars before 1969 Dollar coins before 1936 Gold coins & silver bullionANTIQUES/ COLLECTIBLES Whole estates Painting/prints Statues/figurines Old toysSTERLING SILVER Flatware Bowls & Candlesticks Anything Sterling Silver House Calls Available No ChargeMon. Fri. 10am 5 pm 2951 Hessey St., Unit 5 Palm Bay321-952-6900 rfntb ntnb tn tnn n ffntnn nn tn rfntbtnn Trusted Professional Installation with Best Lifetime Warranty! r f r n $1,500 SAVINGSrfntbftbfrfr rfnnntfnfnbnfnrrrrbnn nfnnnrt bnttnnnnnfnf en-USHealth coverage en-US expert to speaken-USBREVARD COUNTY A timely lecture en-US at the Space Coast Health Foundations Cenen-US -en-US ter for Collaboration will address health en-US insurance in Florida, with a focus on children en-US and families.en-US Though its been in the works for about a en-US year, the event comes just about a month after en-US the U.S. Census Bureau issued a report that en-US showed that 12.9 percent of Floridas populaen-US-en-US tion was uninsured in 2017 an increase en-US from 12.5 percent in 2016 and higher than en-US the national average of 8.8 percent.en-US The lecture will be held at 10:30 a.m. en-US Wednesday, Oct. 17 at 1100 Rockledge Blvd.en-US Joan Alker, an expert on health coverage en-US issues affecting low-income families, will be en-US the keynote speaker.en-US Alker will unpack newly released data and en-US propose some solutions on Floridas uninen-US -en-US sured rate, a number that had been on the en-US decline but recently increased, a press release en-US stated.en-US Ms. Alker is a research professor and execen-US -en-US utive director of the Center for Children and en-US Families at Georgetown Universitys en-US McCourt School of Public Policy.en-US Among other work, she authors an annual en-US report on childrens health coverage and has en-US led a multiyear study of Floridas Medicaid en-US program.en-US The event which will include a panel disen-US-en-US cussion about healthcare coverage and en-US resources is being presented through a en-US partnership between the foundation, Georgeen-US -en-US town University, United Way of Brevard, en-US Florida Philanthropic Network and Universien-US -en-US ty of South Floridas Florida Covering Kids & en-US Families program.en-US To reserve a seat, email Cristina Eikevik at en-US Cristina.Eikevik@SCHFBrevard.orgen-US.en-US By Jamie Desena-McFarlanden-USFor Hometown News en-USPhoto courtesy of the Space Coast Health en-US Foundationen-USThe Space Coast Health Foundaen-US -en-US tion will host speaker Joan Alker, en-US an expert on health coverage en-US issues affecting low-income famen-US -en-US ilies, Wednesday, Oct. 17 at the en-US Center for Collaboration.

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9 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 of en-US our Pet of the Week Contest. The winner for the week will have his or her en-US 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 of en-US 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-USMaverick, 8, is a en-US Chocolate Lab and en-US belongs to Nicole en-US LaRoche and Blake en-US Reed of Indian en-US Harbour Beach. en-US Maverick loves to en-US swim, take car rides en-US and snuggle on the en-US couch. en-USburglary of dwelling/structure as armed roben-US -en-US bery, battery by a detained person, burglary en-US with assault or battery, criminal mischief over en-US $1,000, and criminal mischief over $200 and en-US less than $1,000.en-US Tiarra Hadley, 22, of Jordan Road, Merritt en-US Island, was arrested Oct. 1 and charged with en-US robbery sudden snatch without firearm or en-US weapon, and battery. en-US Keith Lawson, 58, of Corey Road, Grant en-US Valkaria, was arrested Oct. 1 and charged with en-US aggravated battery as domestic violence. en-US Erin McGregor, 36, of Queenswood Circle, en-US Kissimmee, was arrested Oct. 1 and charged en-US with child neglect without great bodily harm, en-US possession of cocaine, manufacture of heroin, en-US and possession of drug paraphernalia. en-US Janet Merola, 60, of Mellen Lane, Jupiter, en-US was arrested Oct. 1 and charged with possesen-US -en-US sion of a controlled substance, possession of en-US marijuana over 20 grams, and possession of en-US drug paraphernalia. en-US Destinee Vaughn, 22, of Jordan Road, Meren-US-en-US ritt Island, was arrested Oct. 1 and charged en-US with robbery sudden snatch without firearm en-US or weapon, and battery. en-US Bethany Bowden, 26, of Balboa Street, en-US Cocoa, was arrested Oct. 2 and charged with en-US grand theft larceny over $300 and less than en-US $5,000, and dealing in stolen property. en-US Wilbur Britt, 31, of Park Avenue, Titusville, en-US was arrested Oct. 2 and charged with possesen-US -en-US sion of cocaine, and sale of cocaine. en-US Jaymi Nicholas, 29, address not listed, was en-US arrested Oct. 2 and charged with cash deposit en-US with intent to defraud, false entry into books of en-US business entity, passing forged or altered en-US instrument, and scheme to defraud as false en-US pretenses over $50,000. en-US Daivon Wilkins, 21, of Prairie Lane, Titusville, en-US was arrested Oct. 2 and charged with aggraen-US -en-US vated assault with a deadly weapon without en-US intent to kill, carrying a concealed firearm, en-US grand theft of a motor vehicle, petty theft 2nd en-US degree larceny (1st offense), possession of a en-US firearm/weapon/ammo by convicted felon, and en-US robbery with firearm. en-US Amy Alderman, 36, of Singleton Avenue, en-US Mims, was arrested Oct. 3 and charged with en-US possession of a controlled substance. en-US Shawn Caldwell, 33, of Martino Way, Cocoa, en-US was arrested Oct. 3 and charged with possesen-US -en-US sion of a controlled substance, and possession en-US of drug paraphernalia with residue. en-US Michael Desando, 40, homeless, of Cape en-US Canaveral, was arrested Oct. 3 and charged en-US with aggravated assault as domestic violence, en-US manufacture/possess/sale/deliver mailed hoax en-US bomb, and resisting officer without violence. en-US Joseph Ferguson, 25, of Melrose Avenue, en-US Titusville, was arrested Oct. 3 and charged with en-US dealing in stolen property, and false verification en-US of ownership to pawnbroker over $300. en-US Patricia Harrell, 28, of Smith Drive, Titusville, en-US was arrested Oct. 3 and charged with burglary en-US of an unoccupied dwelling unarmed, dealing in en-US stolen property, and false verification of owneren-US-en-US ship to secondhand dealer over $300. en-US Milton Hudson, 25, of Third Avenue, Titusen-US-en-US ville, was arrested Oct. 3 and charged with en-US aggravated battery of a pregnant woman. en-US Kierra Roy, 21, of Rock Pit Road, Titusville, en-US was arrested Oct. 3 and charged with possesen-US -en-US sion of cocaine, possession of a controlled en-US substance, and possession of marijuana under en-US 20 grams. en-US Alexis Sarr, 20, of Atlantic Avenue, Cocoa en-US Beach, was arrested Oct. 3 and charged with en-US possession of cocaine.en-US Tyler Sylvester, 25, of Maxwell Drive, Melen-US-en-US bourne, was arrested Oct. 3 and charged with en-US fleeing/eluding law enforcement officer with en-US lights/siren, and resisting officer without vioen-US-en-US lence. en-US Dontravious Thomas, 21, of Aurora Street, en-US Cocoa, was arrested Oct. 3 and charged with en-US aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.en-USCrimeen-USFrom page 5

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10 en-USBREVARD COUNTY There will be en-US 12 Constitutional Amendments on the en-US November General Election Ballot in en-US addition to competitive state and local en-US elections.en-US One thing is certain, voters have a lot to en-US consider.en-US This is not a typical election year, staten-US -en-US ed Kathryn Rudloff, Executive Director of en-US Business Voice Political Committee, a en-US non-partisan, pro-business group dedien-US -en-US cated to political advocacy on the Space en-US Coast. Some of the issues coming before en-US voters are very important, but the worden-US -en-US ing and sheer number of amendments is en-US very confusing. We encourage voters to en-US begin researching now so they can cast an en-US informed vote. en-US Each of the 12 proposals would amend en-US the state constitution, the framework for en-US Florida government and a document that en-US can only be amended by another constituen-US-en-US tional amendment. That means voters en-US have an obligation to carefully research en-US and weigh each of these amendments. en-US Topics the amendments address span a en-US wide range of issues: gambling, dog racen-US -en-US ing, voting rights restoration for felons, en-US victims rights laws, state college fees and en-US funding, judicial retirement ages, a state en-US lobby ban, organization of county governen-US -en-US ments, as well as important tax policy. en-US The Florida Legislature placed three of en-US the amendments on the ballot (1, 2 and en-US 5), two amendments (3 and 4) were en-US brought up by the petition process, which en-US means thousands of voters from around en-US the state had to sign a petition in support en-US of placing the question on the ballot. And en-US the remaining seven were placed on by en-US theFlorida Constitutional Review Comen-US -en-US mittee (CRC). en-US The CRC Amendments have been en-US widely criticized for bundling multiple en-US proposals together, forcing voters to make en-US tough choices about some seemingly en-US unrelated topics. Many of the proposals en-US have been challenged in the courts, and en-US one proposal has been stricken from the en-US ballot by the Florida Supreme Court. en-US I hear from a lot of voters that they en-US plan to just vote No on all amendments, en-US but I caution them not to take such a en-US blanket position before they have done en-US their research, said Rudloff. You might en-US be surprised to find that there are one or en-US two you really would want to support. en-US That is why Business Voice Political en-US Committeehas compiled a comprehenen-US -en-US sive guide to the 2018 Amendments on en-US their website www.BusinessVoicePAC.en-US com and is encouraging voters torequesta en-US mail ballot so they can research take their en-US time filing out the long ballot.en-US en-US Anyone can request a mail ballot, for any en-US reason.It is a convenient and easy way to en-US make sure you can cast an informed vote. en-US It is also a great way to avoid long lines at en-US polling places on Election Day. en-US You can request a mail ballot by visiting en-US www.votebrevard.com filing out a form en-US and returning it via mail. At the very en-US least, voters will want to begin researching en-US the amendments now and use the sample en-US ballot mailed to all voters prior to the en-US election to help keep track. en-US Kathryn Rudloff is the Executive Direcen-US -en-US tor of Business Voice Political Committee, en-US an organization that engages businesses en-US from across Brevard County and the Cenen-US -en-US tral Florida Region to provide a cohesive en-US voice in political advocacy at the state, en-US regional and local levels. Business Voice en-US is operated on a non-partisan basis to en-US promote pro-business candidates and a en-US pro-business legislative agenda. en-USBay. en-US The show is free to attend and will en-US feature more than 55 craft vendors, kids' en-US activities, and more.en-US The Fall Arts & Crafts Show is en-US sponsored by the Turkey Creek Society, en-US Inc. en-US For more information, call (321) 676-en-US 6690 or email en-USTurkeyCreekFriends@gmail.en-US comen-US .en-US Car/bike show:en-US The Melbourne Space en-US Coast Chapter of the National Federation en-US of the Blind, Florida, is hosting its Fourth en-US Annual Car/Bike Show from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13, at The Fountains, en-US4451 Stack Blvd, Melbourne.en-US There will be dashboard plaques, en-US trophies, music, door prizes, food and ice en-US cream.en-US Registration donations are $15 for cars en-US and $10 for bikes.en-US For more information, call Joe Naulty at en-US (321) 768-9500.en-US Rock the Porch:en-US Rock the Porch Jam is en-US from 1 to 2:50 p.m. the second (Oct. 13)en-US and fourth (Oct. 27) Saturdays at en-US Melbourne Beach Old Town Hall History en-US Center, 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 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-USVoters will want to research lengthy ballot nowen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsml@hometownnewsol.com en-GBCalendaren-USFrom page 3en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB CALENDARen-GB, page 12

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12 Herbal Teas, Tinctures, Capsules, Salves/Creams & More!More than just an Herb Store ~ unique jewelry, gifts, gemstones & more!Comfrey Leaf Health BenefitsContusions Sprains Dislocations Wounds Burns Ulcers Inflammatory Skin Disorders 277 N. Babcock St. | Melbourne | 321-757-7522 www.herbcorner.com Wed-Fri. 10-5 Sat. 11-3 2772 Sarno Rd., Melbourne (248) 444-7252 $ 2.00 Off All Automatic Car Washes Every Wednesday $ 3.00 Express Car Washes Every Monday Detailing Packages Starting at Just $ 35 Fire Fighter Owned & Operated $1.00 Off All Automatic Car Washes Every Tuesday & Thursday by entering code 2772 (2-7-7-2-star symbol) at pay station Discounted Fleet Car Wash Services Now Available Book Online At www.tropiccarwashsarno.com Fundraiser to feature NASCAR champion en-USBREVARD COUNTY An upcoming en-US fundraiser will give local Nascar fans a speen-US-en-US cial opportunity to meet a racing champien-US-en-US on alongside viewing a collection of more en-US than 250 car and trucks.en-US A Night at the Museum, hosted by The en-US M.O.R.G.A.N. Project, will run from 6-9 en-US p.m. Friday, Oct. 19 at the American Musen-US -en-US cle Car Museum, 3500 Sarno Road, Melen-US -en-US bourne. en-US NASCAR champion Geoff Bodine will en-US be present for photo opportunities with his en-US winning car and winning Olympic boben-US-en-US sled.en-US As the organizations second fundraiser en-US at the American Muscle Car Museum, A en-US Night at the Museum is meant to raise en-US awareness about the M.O.R.G.A.N. Project en-US and the need for multisensory play envien-US -en-US ronments similar to Morgans Place, the en-US organizations recreational, therapeutic en-US facility designed for youth with special en-US needs.en-US We want our community to know that en-US we are here, and we have numerous Qualien-US -en-US ty of life support programs for children en-US and young adults with special needs availen-US -en-US able we are here to help, said Kristin Malen-US-en-US fara, Founder and Executive Director.en-US Secondly we want to raise awareness of en-US the need for a safe and accessible play space en-US for these kiddos with physical anddevelen-US -en-US opmental needs and that our small charien-US -en-US tycannot do italone we need your help to en-US be able to continue to provide these wonen-US -en-US derful programs, Ms. Malfara added.en-US Tickets are $75 per individual, $125 per en-US couple and $25 per child and must be puren-US -en-US chased in advance online at en-US https://form.en-US jotform.com/82497642584167en-US or in person en-US at Morgans Place, 4241 N. Highway 1, Melen-US-en-US bourne.en-US For more information about the en-US M.O.R.G.A.N. Project, visit en-USwww.themoren-US -en-US ganproject.org.en-US By Jamie Desena-McFarlanden-USFor Hometown News en-USThe M.O.R.G.A.N. en-US Project will host a en-US fundraiser at the en-US American Muscle en-US Car Museum Oct. en-US 19. The projects en-US founders, Robert en-US and Kristen Malen-US-en-US fara, attended last en-US years event with en-US their son Morgan.en-USPhoto courtesy of The en-US M.O.R.G.A.N. Project en-USAurora Road, Melbourne.en-US The group can help you improve your en-US communication and leadership skills at a en-US peaceful setting.en-US For more information, email Pim Paren-US -en-US part at en-US piml@juno.comen-US.en-US SUNDAY, OCT. 14 en-USLearn to paint pastels:en-US Learn how to en-US draw and paint wildlife, animals and pets, en-US naturescapes, still life and portraits, and en-US abstracts from 10 a.m. to noon Sundays en-US and from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays at Art en-US Gallery of Viera, 2201 Town Center Drive, en-US Suite 111, Viera.en-US The fee is $25 per class or $85 for four en-US classes and you can join anytime.en-US Contact Debi Pettigrew to register: en-US (321) 749-1153 or en-US dpettigrew@cfl.rr.comen-US en-US View Debis work at en-US www.pastelsbydeb.en-US comen-US .en-US Protect Our Waters:en-US Show support of en-US Floridas treasured Indian River Lagoon en-US and get into the Aloha spirit by attending en-US Protect Our Waters FUNdraiser Party en-US benefiting Anglers for Conservation from en-US 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 14, at Front Street en-US Park Civic Center, 2205 Front St., en-US Melbourne. en-US Tickets are not guaranteed at the door en-US so purchase yours online today to confirm en-US your seat.en-US For more information or to buy tickets, en-US go toen-US http://www.anglersforconservation.en-US org/pow/en-US.en-GBCalendaren-USFrom page 10

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en-USFor the complete Out & About listings, go en-US to en-US bit.ly/OutAndAboutHTN.en-US 'The Wiz' at the Henegar en-US"The Wiz" opens Friday, Oct 12, and en-US continues through Sunday, Oct. 28, at The en-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-US 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-US 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-USSEED to rock Thirsty Oysteren-USSEED will perform at 9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, at the Thirsty Oyster, 1 S. Atlantic en-USAve. Suite C, Cocoa Beach.en-US For more information, go to en-US http://bit.ly/en-US SEEDtheRockBanden-US or call (321) 522-2122.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 en-US larger-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, 3160 W. New Haven Ave. West Melbourne, FL Phone: 321-802-6888 Fax: 321-802-6889 OPEN 7 DAYS Monday or Wednesday only. Must present coupon. Cannot be combined with other offers. Limited time offer. Expires 10/31/18$5 OFFAny Check Over $30$10 OFFAny Check Over $50Monday or Wednesday only. Must present coupon. Cannot be combined with other offers. Limited time offer. Expires 10/31/18 Must present coupon at time of reservation Expires 10/31/18and everyone gets aFREE SOFT DRINKParties of 25 or more Book your party or business event All You Can Eat! 2242 Sarno Road Melbourne(corner of Sarno and Croton, behind Exxon gas station) Monday through Sunday 6 am-2 pm(321) 775-344220% DISCOUNT EVERY DAY TO OUR MILITARY FRIENDS!Enjoy a wholesome and satisfying lunch served on the double to t your busy schedule Sensational Salads Southern French Toast Vegetarian Sandwiches Fried Pickles Country Fried Steak & Eggs Southern Grits Fried Green TomatoesPut A Little South In Your Mouth! Come Join Us at Southern Sisters MELBOURNE The Brevard Family en-USPartnership will host its fourth annual en-US Decades in Revue Lip Sync Battle on en-US Oct. 20 from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Melen-US -en-US bourne Hilton Rialto Place. en-US Participants will compete with perforen-US -en-US mances of their favorite songs with proen-US -en-US ceeds going to help children in the comen-US -en-US munity through the BFP Systems of Care. en-US The theme to this years performance is en-US Slammin 70s. Performers will choose en-US from their favorite songs of the 1970s to en-US perform and anyone can participate. The en-US event was inspired by the original Lip en-US Sync Battle made popular by Jimmy Falen-US -en-US lon on NBCs The Tonight Show.en-US Performers will gather community en-US votes prior to their performance in the en-US form of donations. Every dollar raised en-US will be the equivalent to one vote for the en-US performer of the donors choice. Performen-US -en-US ers are asked to raise $5,000 in communien-US -en-US ty votes which can be gained through en-US purchase of tickets, donors or sponsoring.en-US All ticket sales, donations and sponsoren-US -en-US ships go to Brevard Family Partnership to en-US help fund our mission to protect children, en-US strengthen families and change lives en-US through the prevention of child abuse and en-US the operation and management of a comen-US-en-US prehensive, integrated, community-based en-US system of care for abused, abandoned and en-US neglected children and their families, en-US said Susan Bird, Public Relations Coordien-US -en-US nator of BRP. en-US The performers will be judged by a en-US panel of experts who will judge their peren-US -en-US formance and the amount of money they en-GBOuten-GB en-GB&en-GB en-GBabout en-USHoroscopes FRIDAY, OCT. 12, 2018 en-USMELBOURNEen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSBREVARD.COM PAGE 13en-USAnnual lip sync battle set for Oct. 20en-USDining en-US &en-US Entertainmenten-USARIES March 21/April 20en-US Aries, it is remarkable what you can accomen-US-en-US plish if you just focus. Without any distracen-US-en-US tions, tasks that have been piling up can disen-US -en-US appear in an afternoon.en-US TAURUS April 21/May 21en-US Take the initiative on a project and you could en-US be surprised at just how much that will work in en-US your favor, Taurus. It's time to get out of the en-US shadows and into the spotlight.en-US GEMINI May 22/June 21en-US Gemini, after a few early bumps, things will be en-US smooth sailing for you for the remainder of the en-US week. This is the perfect time to kick up your en-US feet and put it on auto pilot.en-US CANCER June 22/July 22en-US An opportunity to escape the humdrum of the en-US week and really let loose presents itself this en-US week, Cancer. Just keep your eyes on the prize en-US until that moment arrives.en-US LEO July 23/Aug. 23en-US A misunderstanding has the potential to alter en-US your course, Leo. Take this unforeseen develen-US -en-US opment in stride and things will ultimately en-US work out.en-US VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22en-US Virgo, there is always a master plan and someen-US -en-US times you are not privy to all the information en-US that illustrates that. Be patient until all is en-US revealed to you in the coming days.en-US LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23en-US Libra, information you received may not have en-US been entirely accurate. You have to parse out en-US the facts from the fiction to get the true story. en-US This may take a little time.en-USPhoto courtesy of Brevard Family Partnershipen-USLast year's Decades in Revue Lip Sync Battle featured an 80's dance party. en-USSeeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 14en-US Seeen-US en-US SCOPESen-US, page 15en-USBy Josh Whiteneren-USFor Hometown Newsen-GBSeeen-GB en-GB LIPen-GB page 14

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14 en-USand 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-USwere able to raise. en-US Some of the 2018 performers include en-US reigning champion Catherine Wright of en-US Harris Corporation, the FLA Properties, en-US Valerie Holmes andLaura-Anna en-US DeGennaro of BRP, and Barb Loftus of en-US Tech-Mark Services the three of which en-US make up Barbie and the Disco Dolls. en-US Other contestants include members repen-US -en-US resenting Roy Allen Elementary School, en-US the Junior League of South Brevard, A en-US Better Therapy and Crosswinds Youth en-US Services.en-US The event will also feature Best Lookaen-US -en-US like competition, and Best Costume.en-US Last years event raised over $40,000, en-US which went to support Brevard families en-US and children. Nearly 250 people attended en-US last year.en-US Tickets for the event are $125, which en-US includes dinner and live entertainment. en-US Seating is limited, but tables for eight will en-US be available at a discounted rate of $800. en-US For more information about tickets, en-US performers, or sponsorship opportunities en-US visit en-US www.brevardfp.org/decadesinrevueen-US or en-US contact Susan Bird at 321-752-4650 ext. en-US 3084. Lip en-USFrom page 13en-GBOuten-USFrom page 13 en-USGeorge Kerestes holds up the Leaning Tower of Pisa as Karla Micka en-US hows off the latest en-US Hometown Newsen-US on July 7 in Pisa, Italy. 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 yourphotos@hometownnewsol.com 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 See en-GB en-GB OUTen-GB page 15

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15 en-USSCORPIO Oct. 24/Nov. 22en-US Something you believe to be irreparable can be en-US fixed after all, Scorpio. This is good news and will en-US spark a beneficial change in your outlook.en-US SAGITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21en-US Learning a new skills is always helpful, Sagittarien-US -en-US us. Do not be afraid of new knowledge. Embrace en-US all of the information you can get to improve youren-US -en-US self.en-US CAPRICORN Dec. 22/Jan. 20en-US Capricorn, mistakes happen no matter how careen-US-en-US ful you are. How you recover from the situation is a en-US true indication of the person you are. Show humilen-US -en-US ity and grace.en-US AQUARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18en-US Aquarius, you may have to change your communien-US -en-US cation tactics when dealing with a particular peren-US -en-US son. A rift that can be resolved through calm and en-US considerate discussion.en-US PISCES Feb. 19/March 20en-US Pisces, it may take a little time, but with patience en-US you can tackle a difficult project that has had you en-US bogged down. Don't procrastinate. WEEKLY SPECIALS OCTOBER 14TH OCTOBER 20THMON. FRI. 9AM 6:30PM SAT. 9AM-6PM SUN. 10AM-4PM 7856 Ellis Rd. Melbourne 321-308-0275 Kitchen & DeliGarlic White American Cheese .........................$5.47 lb Troyers Tavern Smoked Turkey .......................$6.97 lb Roasted in House Brussel Sprouts ...................$5.97 lb Made in house German Potato Salad ...............$2.97 lb VegetablesIceberg Lettuce ........................................$1.27 head Organic Red Onions (3lb bag) ............................$2.47 Organic Fingerling Potatoes (1.5lb bag).............$2.49 Portobello Mushroom Caps ............................$3.97 lb Sugar Snap Peas ...........................................$2.97 lb Cauliower ..............................................$1.47 head Kale .........................................................97 bunch US Choice Black Angus Ribeye Steaks.......................$9.97 lb Boneless Skinless Chicken Thighs ............................$1.47 lb Boneless Center Cut Pork Chops ..............................$1.97 lb Pork Loin Roast ......................................................$1.77 lb House Made Mild or Hot Italian Sausage ..................$2.97 lb Sausage & Apple Stued Pork Chops .......................$3.97 lb Wild Caught Mahi Fillets.........................................$4.97 lb Swordsh Steaks ...................................................$7.97 lb Meats & Seafood Wacky Weekend Deals Sales Valid Sat. & Sun. ONLY October 13th & October 14thWhile supplies last. No holds or rain checks. Pork Tenderloin $2.50 lb Fresh Grouper Fillets $12.95 lb Pork Belly (Skin On) $2.50 lb Smoked Pork Chops $2.95 lb Baby Spring Mix Lettuce (1 lb) $3.00 FruitsApples all varietals ..........................................99 lb Watermelons .............................................$4.97 each Mandarin Oranges (3lb bag) ...............................$2.99Blood DriveAll donors will receive a one blood cancer awareness t-shirt, wellness checkup, and a complimentary bottle of wine from Downtown Produce.Saturday, October 13th, 2018 10:00 am 4:00 pmSign up for an appointment online at www.oneblood.org and use sponsor code 23464. Scopes en-USFrom page 13 Kai Macconnell, 6, en-USfrom Cocoa Beach, en-US caught this en-US 25-pound Black en-US Drum beneath the en-US State Road 520 en-US Bridge on Merritt en-US Island. 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 yourphotos@hometownnewsol.com. 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! fans, old and new. en-USTickets start at $50.50. For more en-US information, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-USSEED to rock Hunkerdown, Johnathanen-USSEED will perform at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 26, at Hunkerdown Hideaway, 7 S. en-USAtlantic Ave. Suite C, Cocoa Beach. SEED will en-US jam out at 10 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, at en-US Johnathan's Pub, 140 N. Brevard Ave, Cocoa en-US Beach.en-US For more information, go to en-US http://bit.ly/en-US SEEDtheRockBanden-US or call (321) 522-2122.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-US 7yen-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-GBOuten-USFrom page 14en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB OUTen-GB page 16

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16 321-394-9340 R E A D E R S C H O I C E 2014 2014 2015 2015 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2016 2016 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 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S third season, as well as the recurring en-USmanny on the award-winning hit ABC en-US series, Modern Familyen-US Tickets start at $30. 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-GBOuten-USFrom page en-USCinema thrills with en-US mystery games, moviesen-USBREVARD COUNTY Some people en-US find the fall season to be the perfect time en-US of year to dive into pumpkin spice, while en-US others prefer to get lost in a good, spooky en-US movie or two.en-US Facebook users have helped Brevard en-US Cinema House, a local independent theen-US-en-US ater in Cocoa Village, choose its top two en-US movies for October in celebration of Halen-US -en-US loween.en-US On Friday and Saturday, Oct. 19 and 20, en-US a 7 p.m. showing of Stanley Kubricks en-US The Shining will be followed by an en-US escape room-styled murder mystery en-US game.en-US The following weekend, on Friday and en-US Saturday, Oct. 26 and 27, a 7 p.m. showing en-US of Beetlejuice will be preceded by moven-US -en-US ie-related trivia and carnival games.en-US Tickets to each event cost $8 per peren-US -en-US son.en-US Because theres going to be so many en-US people, theyre going to be split up into en-US teams, said Cassandra Garner, co-owner en-US of Brevard Cinema House. Each room is en-US going to have a different amount of peoen-US -en-US ple in it so they can work towards finding en-US out who the murderer is the quickest.en-US The theater can only accommodate up en-US to 48 guests, so those interested in particien-US -en-US pating are encouraged to buy tickets en-US online or at the theater.en-US Each room is going to have a different en-US set of clues, riddles, puzzles, etc., Mrs. en-US Garner explained. I dont think it will be en-US that difficult.en-US The murder mystery event is not being en-US advertised as kid friendly as The Shinen-US -en-US ing has an R rating.en-US Beetlejuice, however, is rated PG en-US and attendees are invited to wear cosen-US -en-US tumes in celebration of the event.en-US Brevard Cinema House officially en-US opened its doors to the public on July 13, en-US 2018 and has since enjoyed hosting a en-US range of second-run and independent en-US movies.en-US Its address is 234 Willard St., Suite C, en-US Cocoa.en-US For more information, call (321) 305-en-US 4266 or visit en-USwww.brevardcinemahouse.en-US com.en-US By Brittany Mulliganen-USbmulligan@hometownnewsol.com en-USPhoto courtesy of Brevard Cinema Houseen-USThis month, Brevard Cinema House is planning some spooky events, en-US such as a murder mystery game following a showing of The Shining en-US and movie trivia along with a showing of Beetlejuice. en-GBSeeen-GB en-GB OUTen-GB page 17

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17 HTN2018HTN2018 NOW SERVIN 1/2 Price Gift Certicates $5 for only $250Bayside Bagels Freedom Cafe Pizza @$20 for only $10On The Edge Rock ClimbingSlack Tide Bar and Grill Willys$10 for only $5Pats Place Southern Sisters Southern Charm Sunnyside Cafe UR HospitalityDeAngelos by the Sea & Jakes Crab ShackBeachside Fusion Beef OBradys Brassie Grille @ Aquarina Beach & Golf Copper Chimney Gennas Pizza Mi Balconcito Oceanside Pizza$10 for only $5 To purchase, please call 321-242-1013 A en-USfter nearly three decades of owning en-US and operating three public golf en-US courses, this summer Brevard en-US County threw in the towel and passed on a en-US mulligan. en-US The Countys three courses, Spessard en-US Holland on Melbourne Beach, Habitat Golf en-US Course in Valkaria and Savannahs at Sykes en-US Creek in Merritt Island, have been losing en-US money for several years. In 2015 county en-US commissioners realized the county was en-US losing money on the courses to the tune of en-US $129,500 the year before.en-US Several options were discussed, including en-US closing the courses and turning them into en-US parks. In January of 2016 the county agreed en-US to lease the courses to Integrity Golf Co, en-US LLC. The deal was hoped to give the county en-US at least $100,000 a year. In July of 2017, en-US Integrity bailed, realizing it, too, was losing en-US money.en-US Fast-foward to earlier this year. The en-US county decided to look at two course-manen-US -en-US agement proposals with a pair of local en-US organizations. Ownership of Savannahs at en-US Sykes Creek would be taken by the Savanen-US -en-US nahs at Sykes Creek Homeowners Associaen-US -en-US tion. Nonprofit Golf Brevard would take en-US over management of Spessard Holland and en-US Habitat.en-US Golf Brevard is a group of successful en-US businessmen who love golf and want to en-US keep the two courses in play. They plan to en-US improve the course conditions and thereby en-US boost the number of golfers playing the en-US courses and the course revenue.en-US Before making their own money, Golf en-US Brevard needs the county to set up a en-US transition fund to help with deferred en-US maintenance on the two courses. There is en-US $250,000 in deferred maintenance at en-US Spessard Holland and over $500,000 at en-US Habitat. These numbers are tough for a en-US company looking to make a profit, but not en-US as intimidating to a company set up to put en-US any profits back into the course.en-US The proposal passed by a commissioners en-US vote of 5-0. The hand-over took place on en-US Sept. 1. The initial transition fund of en-US $250,000 will be paid to Golf Brevard by the en-US county in two payments, one of $1100,000 en-US on Nov. 1 and the remaining $150,000 by en-US Dec. 27. When Golf Brevards reserves en-US reach $360,000, the fund will be repaid.en-US This means that Brevard County is out of en-US the golf business. It has been a business that en-US put a sizable financial strain on the Parks en-US and Recreation Department and the en-US Countys coffers.en-US I spent my middle school and high school en-US years in Palm Bay. I played Spessard en-US Holland many times and always loved the en-US breezy course. en-US Habitat has an even more special en-US meaning for me. My late friend and en-US award-winning golf course architect en-US Charles Ankrom designed the course. It is a en-US design that he was extremely proud of. We en-US played there a few times and he would en-US always point out the nuances he put in his en-US design. To think that it may have closed and en-US become something other than a golf course en-US would have certainly saddened him.en-US Word on the street is that the conditions en-US have already shown improvement. Memen-US -en-US bers and regulars at the courses feel en-US confident that the improvements will en-US continue and are looking forward to a en-US bright future.en-US The two courses, Habitat and Spessard en-US Holland, are open for leagues and are en-US inviting golfers looking to start or join a en-US league to contact them.en-US I would suggest giving both courses a en-US serious look and decide for yourself. I think en-US you will like both courses as they each have en-US a different feel and character. Stay tuned for en-US my review on each.en-US For additional information on Habitat at en-US Valkaria or to make tee times, visit en-US www.en-US thehabitatgolf.comen-US or call (321) 952-6312. en-US For Spessard Holland, visit en-US www.spessarden-US -en-US hollandgolf.comen-US or call (321) 952-4529.en-US James Stammer has been an avid golfer en-US and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years. en-US en-US He 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-USBrevard golf courses have new ownership en-USRoad, 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 en-US information, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.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-USCharlottes Web will be performed at en-US 10:30 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-GBOuten-USFrom page 16en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB OUTen-GB page 18

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18 Win A Perfect Party for Four! Get Ready to Party!! Now the Party just got Bigger with not one, but TWO destinations and you can choose. 98.5 The Beach and Elite Airways WIN 4 ROUND TRIP TICKETS TO NEW YORK CITY OR PORTLAND, MAINE! PLUS $200 SPENDIN G CASH! and $100 SQUID LOOT for an attitude adjustment party from Squid Lips Over Water Grill Take in the fall foliage, cooler weather or the fast pace of the greatest city in the world. Listen in the 8 Oclock hour for the times we will play the Cue to Call. Be one of the first five callers to put your name on the party list. Drawing every Monday at 8:50 am for the Grand Prize Winner See all the details at Beach985.com en-USBrevard Schools receives matching grant en-USBREVARD COUNTY The Consoren-US -en-US tium of Florida Education Foundations en-US (CFEF) recently awarded Brevard Schools en-US Foundation $91,089.42 in matching funds en-US through the School District Education en-US Foundation Matching Grant Program. en-US These funds are used to support three en-US programs for Brevard Schools Foundation en-US including Bright Ideas Classroom Grants en-US for Teachers, the Supply Zone, and Destien-US-en-US nation Space. en-US Each year, Brevard Schools Foundation en-US awards Bright Ideas teacher grants for en-US innovative and creative projects with a en-US focus on increasing student achievement. en-US These projects range from the chemistry en-US and biological facets of raising an organic en-US garden and coding robots to building en-US solar cars and using literary science super en-US hero novels to bolster reading compreen-US -en-US hension and improving science scores. en-US The matching grant funds allow us to en-US amplify the impact of the grants we offer en-US while teachers are able to find new ways en-US to engage their students and bring learnen-US -en-US ing to life said Janice Kershaw, President en-US and CEO of the Brevard Schools Foundaen-US-en-US tion. We greatly appreciate the Legislaen-US-en-US tors for providing this incentive for en-US donors to double their gift.en-US The Supply Zone for Teachers is enteren-US -en-US ing its fifth year of operation and currenten-US -en-US ly serves 25 of Brevard Countys highest en-US poverty public schools. The Supply Zone en-US is set up like a retail store comprising of en-US aisles of schools supplies and books and is en-US 100 percent free for teachers to shop at for en-US their students in need. To date, the Supen-US -en-US ply Zone has distributed over $2 million en-US in free school supplies to meet the needs en-US of the most vulnerable children in our en-US community. en-US Destination Space (formerly known as en-US Space Week) is a unique program offered en-US annually to 5th grade students in Brevard en-US Public Schools. Focused on STEM educaen-US-en-US tion and celebrating our rich history in en-US space, the Brevard Schools Foundation en-US partners with elementary curriculum en-US leaders in developing an exciting program en-US designed to inspire students imaginations en-US and spark their curiosity. This curricuen-US-en-US lum culminates in a day long study trip to en-US Kennedy Space Center where students en-US experience the advancements in space en-US research and exploration first hand. en-US Having an educated workforce and stuen-US -en-US dents interested in STEM careers is paren-US -en-US ticularly important here on the Space en-US Coast said Janice Kershaw, President and en-US CEO of Brevard Schools Foundation. en-US We have seen many students discover a en-US passion for engineering through the truss en-US build exercise or develop a new perspecen-US-en-US tive for math when they realize they could en-US be the one to get people to Mars.en-US Through the collaborative effort of its en-US members, the CFEF successfully advocaten-US -en-US ed for the creation of legislative matching en-US funds in 2000 which has provided a dolen-US-en-US lar-for-dollar incentive for local education en-US foundations to raise private contributions en-US for eligible projects. Since then, nearly $92 en-US million in combined private and state dolen-US-en-US lars has been employed for local projects en-US that serve low-performing students and en-US literacy initiatives, encourage STEM and en-US career/technical education, improve en-US teaching quality, and/or increase graduaen-US -en-US tion rates.en-US The CFEF is the membership organizaen-US-en-US tion for Floridas school district-wide local en-US education foundations. Established in en-US 1987, the CFEF maximizes the individual en-US and collective strength of Florida local en-US education foundations to support local en-US partners and schools in achieving student en-US success. The CFEF now has 65 member en-US foundations with 1,100 business and comen-US -en-US munity leaders serving as volunteer board en-US members. Collectively, they raise $64 milen-US -en-US lion annually to support students, teachen-US -en-US ers and schools through a variety of proen-US -en-US grams. The CFEF has facilitated more en-US than $46 million to local education founen-US -en-US dations since 2002 through various prien-US -en-US vateand public-sector partnerships, en-US including the State of Florida School Disen-US -en-US trict Education Foundation Matching en-US Grant Program.en-US To learn more about the CFEF and the en-US statewide impact of the program, visit en-US www.educationfoundationsfl.orgen-US .en-US For Hometown Newsen-USnewsml@hometownnewsol.com en-USThe 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-GBOuten-USFrom page 17en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB OUTen-GB page 19

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19 JOIN Theres no cost to you! CALL (844) 701-9145 INDEPENDENT LIVING ASSISTED LIVING MEMORY CARErrrrf rntbr bbbrn rbrbfreerSENIOR LIVING SOLUTIONSrbbrr r r br rr rr brr brb rb College offers Accelerated Business Programs en-USBREVARD COUNTY Florida Techs en-US Bisk College of Business is launching en-US Accelerated Business Programs that will en-US allow participants to finish degrees faster en-US and get into their careers sooner all en-US while saving up to $55,000 in tuition and en-US overall costs when compared with a stanen-US -en-US dard-paced approach.en-US Beyond the traditional four-year bacheen-US-en-US lors degree, new students interested in en-US business may now choose from any of the en-US following options to earn their degree or en-US degrees in less time and with lower cost, en-US but with no less of a quality Florida Tech en-US education:en-US Three-year program: Complete a bachen-US -en-US elors degree in three years.en-US Four-year (3+1) programs: Complete a en-US bachelors degree in business administraen-US -en-US tion and a Master of Business Adminisen-US -en-US tration in four years; or complete a bacheen-US-en-US lors degree in accounting and a masters en-US degree in accounting and financial forenen-US -en-US sics in four years and be ready to take the en-US Certified Public Accountant licensure en-US exam.en-US Five-year (4+1) programs: Complete en-US either the B.S. to MBA or B.S. to M.S. proen-US-en-US gram as described above in five years.en-US Actual costs savings will vary for each en-US student, but acceleration may result in en-US substantial savings on overall college en-US costs. Accelerated business programs typen-US-en-US ically cost less than traditionally-paced en-US programs for several reasons, including:en-US The flat-rate, full-time undergraduate en-US tuition policy allows students to take up en-US to 19 credits per semester instead of the en-US typical 15.en-US Online courses incur a lower cost-per-en-US credit rate than courses taken on campus.en-US Less time living on campus means less en-US time paying for room and board.en-US Students who wish to enroll in one of en-US Florida Techs accelerated business proen-US-en-US grams must meet standard undergraduate en-US freshman or transfer admission requireen-US -en-US ments and be admitted to, and enroll at, en-US Florida Tech in a full-time, on-campus en-US degree program.en-US It is recommended that students seeken-US -en-US ing to accelerate their bachelors degree en-US have scored a combined (evidence based en-US reading and writing and math) SAT of en-US 1,200 or composite ACT of 25 or higher. en-US However, all admitted Florida Tech busien-US -en-US ness students are encouraged to discuss en-US acceleration with an adviser.en-US Students participating in one of Florida en-US Techs accelerated bachelors-to-masen-US -en-US ters-degree programs are not required to en-US take a GMAT or GRE to be eligible. Howen-US -en-US ever, in order to transition seamlessly en-US from the accelerated bachelors degree to en-US one of the accelerated masters degree en-US programs, a student must be a declared en-US business major; demonstrate the ability to en-US complete bachelors coursework with a en-US minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0; and en-US have completed 78 credit hours toward en-US their undergraduate degree.en-US For more information on Florida Techs en-US Accelerated Business Programs, visit en-US www.fit.edu/accelerated-business/en-US.en-US For Hometown Newsen-USnewsml@hometownnewsol.com 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-US'Crowns' comes to Henegar Center en-USThe musical play "Crowns" opens Friday, en-US Nov. 9, and continues through Sunday, Nov. 18, at The Henegar Center, 625 E. en-USNew Haven Ave., Melbourne. Shows are at 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays. en-USFor ticket information, call (321) 723-en-US 8698 or go to en-US henegar.orgen-US.en-USAce Frehley makes Melbourne stopen-USRock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Ace en-US Frehley will perform at 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10, at the Maxwell C. King Center for en-USthe Performing Arts, 3865 N. Wickham en-US Road, Melbourne.en-US Through his seminal work with KISS and en-US as a solo artist, Ace Frehley is championed en-US as one of the most influential guitar players en-US of the last four decades.en-US Tickets start at $59. For more en-US information, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.   WAR fighting autism with show   WAR will perform Veterans Day at 8:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11, at Space Coast en-USHarley Davidson with all proceeds going to en-US Great Leaps Academy, a 501c3 company en-GBOuten-USFrom page 18en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB OUTen-GB page 20

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20 rfntfbrfrffrfffffrr ffrtfrfrrff rrffrfrf rfntbrbbntfrtfn rntbbnfbnrnrn nntbnrtbrntft bbrbn C en-USheese is one of my favorite foods, en-US along with eggs. Now thats a great en-US combination. en-US The American Cheese Society celebrates en-US Cheese Month in October. Not me, I en-US celebrated it all the time by eating it! en-US Cheese has been with us for 8,000 years, en-US right about the time sheep were first domesen-US -en-US ticated. Milk from sheep would be transen-US -en-US ported in skins made from the sheeps en-US stomach. During this process the milk turn en-US to curd and cheese was born. en-US Since that time more than 750 varieties of en-US cheese have been developed. Get ready to en-US do a lot of tasting. I want to try them all. en-US Lets go to France where they make more en-US than 450 varieties. Better yet, travel to en-US Cheshire, Britain, to the 119th annual en-US International Cheese Awards. This year en-US there were 5,000 cheeses entered. If I go, I en-US may never come back. en-US All kidding aside, I do love cheese. I en-US think most people do. In the U.S., 25 en-US percent of all the cheese is made in en-US Wisconsin with the rest coming from en-US California, New York, Idaho and, guess en-US what, Florida! Yes, we have many dairy en-US farms here and some are producing cheese; en-US a type of Parmesan. You need a lot of dairy en-US farms to produce cheese, because it take 10 en-US pounds of milk for every pound of cheese en-US produced. en-US I know some of you reading this are en-US saying I am lactose intolerant, I cant eat en-US cheese. The fact is some cheeses have less en-US lactose than others. Try aged cheese; it has en-US less lactose than fresh cheeses like Gouda, en-US Parmesan, provolone and Swiss. You may en-US be able to enjoy with just a little discomfort. en-US By the way, I did not capitalize all the en-US names of cheese on purpose. If cheese is en-US named after a city or country, its capitalen-US -en-US ized. If not, no cap. Bet you didnt know en-US that. All I know is I wouldnt mind living in en-US the cities of Gouda or Parmesan. en-US Some cheeses are illegal to import into en-US the United States because of safety concerns en-US about bacteria. (Those made with raw milk en-US aged under 60 days to be specific.) en-US Also dont worry about Ratatouille eating en-US your cheese. Studies show mice prefer en-US sweets over cheese. Now, there are so many en-US ways to eat cheese I dont know where to en-US begin on a recipe. Whos kidding who, thats en-US easy Greek fried cheese, Saganaki!en-US en-USGREEK SAGANAKI (FRIED CHEESE)en-USIngredients en-US One pound Kasseri, Parmesan, Pecorino en-US or Fontina cheeseen-US Salt, freshly ground black pepper en-US 1 cup brandy or Ouzoen-US 1 cup flour en-US 2 tablespoons butter en-US 2 tablespoons olive oilen-US 2 fresh lemons, sliced en-US 4 rounds of pita bread, brushed with olive en-US oil, grilled and quartered en-US 1 cup Kalamata olives en-US Directions en-US Slice cheese in 2-inch rectangles about en-US 1/2-inch thick.en-US Season the flour with salt and pepper. en-US Place the cut cheese in a pan and dampen en-US with half-cup brandy. Dredge cheese in the en-US seasoned flour, coating completely. en-US In a large saut pan over medium heat, en-US melt the butter and olive oil. Pan-fry the en-US cheese for 2 minutes on each side. Cheese en-US will melt down; dont overcook. en-US Add the remaining half-cup of brandy en-US carefully, it will flame up! Shake the pan en-US back and forth several times. Add the en-US lemon juice. Remove from the pan and en-US serve with the pita bread and olives.en-US Costa Magoulas is dean of the Mori en-US Hosseini College of Hospitality and Culinary en-US Management at Daytona State College. en-US Contact him at (386) 506-3578 or en-US magoulc@en-US daytonastate.edu. CHEF COSTA'S en-USCOOKING CORNERen-USCOSTA MAGOULAS en-USI love cheese in all its varieties en-USthat specializes in teaching children with en-US autism. en-US WAR has been honored with 17 gold, en-US platinum and multi-platinum awards.en-US Gates open at 10 a.m. with free concerts en-US from local bands including SEED.en-US Main stage doors open at 4 p.m. for en-US bands including The Spring, Ancient Sun en-US and Thomas Wynn and the Believers.en-US Tickets can be purchased at en-US www.en-US eventbrite.comen-USDIAVOLO makes King Center stopen-USFollowing their success as a Top 10 en-US Finalist on Season 12 of NBCs Americas en-US Got Talent, Los Angeles-based DIAVOLO will perform at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13, at en-USthe Maxwell C. King Center for the en-US Performing Arts, 3865 N. Wickham Road, en-US Melbourne. With a unique style that en-US encompasses dance, acrobatics, and en-US gymnastics, DIAVOLO explores the en-US relationship between the human body and en-US its surrounding architectural environment.en-US Tickets start at $44. For more information, en-US call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.en-US kingcenter.comen-US.en-USStills, Collins to share King Center stageen-US en-US Singer-songwriters Stephen Stills and Judy Collins will perform at 8 p.m. Thursday Nov. 15, at the Maxwell C. King Center for en-USthe Performing Arts, 3865 N. Wickham en-US Road, Melbourne. Stills wrote Suite: Judy en-US Blue Eyes, performed by Crosby, Stills & en-US Nash on their landmark debut. The tour en-US marks the first time ever Stills and Collins en-GBOuten-USFrom page 19en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB OUTen-GB page 21

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21 Buy 1 Complete Pair of Eyeglasses, Get 2nd Pair 1/2 off**Some restrictions apply** Please call for appts (Eye Exam, Contacts, Etc) 278 N Wickham Road Melbourne, FL 32935 321-253-9228 Michael Simon Mistretta en-USMichael Simon Mistretta, 62, of Melbourne, en-US died Thursday, Sept 20, 2018. Arrangements en-US were made by Davis Seawinds Funeral Home.en-USSue Risherten-USSue Rishert, 85, of Melbourne, died Friday, en-US Sept 28, 2018. Arrangements were made by en-US Davis Seawinds Funeral Home.en-USMargaret Mary Goldsmithen-USMargaret Mary Goldsmith, 70, of Melbourne, en-US died Monday, Oct. 1, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Davis Seawinds Funeral Home.en-USLoretta N. Sherwooden-USLoretta N. Sherwood, 93, of Melbourne, died en-US Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Davis Seawinds Funeral Home.en-USNorma Jean Cobben-USNorma Jean Cobb, 80, of Melbourne, died en-US Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Brownlie Maxwell Funeral Home and en-US Crematory.en-USChris Donald Cadieuen-USChris Donald Cadieu, 59, of Melbourne, died en-US Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Brownlie Maxwell Funeral Home and en-US Crematory.en-USJohn J. Lucadamoen-USJohn J. Lucadamo, 78, of Melbourne, died en-US Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Brownlie Maxwell Funeral Home and en-US Crematory.en-USObituaries en-UShave been onstage together. Tickets are en-US $59.50. For more information, call (321) en-US 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-USMannheim Steamroller returnsen-USMannheim Steamroller will perform en-US Monday, Nov. 19, at the Maxwell C. King en-US Center for the Performing Arts, 3865 N. en-US Wickham Road. The starting time has yet to en-US be announced. Tickets start at $99. For en-US more information, call (321) 242-2219 or en-US go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-GBOuten-USFrom page 20 In Loving Memory of: LINDA JEAN PAGOZALSKI April 14, 1951 October 14, 2016God hath not promised skies always blue, Flower-strewn pathways all our lives through; God hath not promised sun without rain, joy without sorrow, peace without pain. But God hath promised strength for the day, rest for the labor, light for the way, Grace for the trials, help from above, Unfailing sympathy.... undying love.

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