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Hometown news (Melbourne, FL). 2007.
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Vol. 15, No. 14 www.HometownNewsBrevard.com en-USFriday, Oct. 19, 2018 MELBOURNEWEST MELBOURNE en-US @HometownNewsBrevard @hometownnewsbrevard @HometownNewsBre en-USINDEX Adoptable 4 Classified 22 Crossword en-US21 Horoscopes en-US13 Obituaries 21 Out & About 13 Police Report en-US5 Viewpoint en-US6 en-USNEXT LAUNCH Historic Cocoa Village VisitCocoaVillage.com facebook.com/HistoricCocoaVillage 321.631.9075Free Parking Free Admission LIVE ENTERTAINMENT ART & CRAFT FESTIVALSaturday October 20th, 10 5 & Sunday October 21st, 10 4Gemini Band at Taylor Park Saturday pet friendlyFALL en-USThe dead rise again en-USTwelve constitutional en-US amendments on balloten-USPopular en-US market to en-US feature en-US avocado en-US themeen-USVoters in the 2018 Florida General Election en-US will face the most confusing ballot in a generaen-US -en-US tion, especially regarding the proposed constien-US -en-US tutional amendments. Understanding the proen-US -en-US posals and figuring out how you wish to vote on en-US each will take some time and independent en-US research.en-US The Florida Constitution can be changed in en-US four ways. The legislature can propose a change en-US by joint resolution. Citizens and nonprofits can en-US follow an initiative process including the gathen-US-en-US ering of large numbers of signatures. The Conen-US -en-US stitutional Revision Commission can propose en-US changes, and the Taxation and Budget Reform en-US Commission can propose changes.en-US Proposed amendments require 60 percent en-US approval from voters to pass, per Florida Conen-US -en-US stitution, Article XI, Section 5(e).en-US For the November, 2018 general election, 12 en-US proposed amendments will be on the ballot. Of en-US Alex Schierholtz/Staff photographeren-USDozens of people dress as zombies during the Annual Downtown Melbourne en-US Zombie Walk on Oct. 6.en-GBSeeen-GB en-GB AMENDMENTSen-GB, page 8en-USMELBOURNE This weekend will en-US be ripe with opportunity for avocado loven-US -en-US ers to enjoy a variety of items made with en-US the versatile green fruit.en-US The third Saturday of every month, the en-US Downtown Melbourne Farmers Market en-US at Riverview Park undergoes a bustling en-US Vegan Takeover with more than 40 venen-US -en-US dors with many offering vegan options.en-US This Saturday, Oct. 20, the Takeover en-US will present an Avocado Edition of the en-US market from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 2301 en-US Irwin St. in Melbourne.en-US Hosted by Plant-Based Brevard, en-US Organic Rising Bakery and Vegan Desen-US -en-US sert Delights, the market will feature en-US items such as guacamole,hummus, salsa, en-US bread, cookies, cupcakes, chocolate puden-US -en-US ding, donuts and more, all made with en-US avocado.en-US Though the Avocado Edition will be en-US focused mainly on plant-based items, en-US organizers highlight that the event is not en-US solely vegan, as is the case with all Vegan en-US Takeovers, which have become popular en-US among people who eat all types of diets.en-US Its like a Mini Veg-Fest once a en-US month, Ms. Barley said of the Takeovers. en-US It is NOT a 100 percent vegan market en-US and we dont want anyone to think that it en-US By Jamie Desena-McFarlanden-USFor Hometown Newsen-GBSeeen-GB en-GB AVOCADOen-GB, page 4en-USCommunity en-US Calendaren-USFor the complete Community en-US Calender listings, go to en-US www.en-US hometownnewsbrevard.com/en-US calendar/community/en-USFRIDAY, OCT. 19 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-GBSeeen-GB en-GB CALENDARen-GB, page 10 PET OF THE WEEK 10 en-USKerchak is a 4-month-en-US old German Shepherd en-US (Sable) who loves to en-US eat and play soccer en-USFRIENDLY POOCH TOURING WITH THE TOWNIES 13 en-USBIRTHDAY TRIPen-USCurtis Domsch of West en-US Melbourne, visited en-US en-US Iceland at the en-US en-US Skogafoss waterfalls ADOPTION OF THE WEEK 4 en-USNO ADOPTION FEEen-USHalen, who is good on en-US a leash, loves interacten-US-en-US ing with other dogs and en-US playing with toys en-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-US By Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.com Call or visit local office for a quote 4100 W Wickham Rd # 101 Melbourne, FL 32935 Phone: (321) 253-9100

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Business fair teaches young vendors vital skills en-USBREVARD COUNTY A nonprofit en-US aimed at helping children pursue an interest en-US in entrepreneurship will host its second event en-US at The Avenue Viera in 2019.en-US The Brevard Childrens Business Fair was en-US created by Nora McFarland who wanted to en-US give children between the ages of 6 and 16 a en-US platform to create a business, learn from their en-US experiences and build it up from there.en-US Dylan Geiger, a 15-year-old sophomore at en-US Satellite High School, will participate again in en-US next year's fair, having been inspired after his en-US first time going public with his idea at the en-US spring 2018 fair.en-US Dylan created a service called Grom en-US Squard, which offers youth/junior paddle en-US sports and fitness programs. With more than en-US seven years of paddle boarding experience, en-US Dylan is a natural leader and is a PaddleFit en-US certified instructor.en-US What led me to create the Grom Squad en-US was not only to teach kids how to paddle en-US board and share my experiences with it, but en-US also to get them connected with the wateren-US -en-US ways like I am, Dylan said. Ive grown up en-US paddle boarding in South Carolina, and we en-US paddled on a lake, and it wasnt a nice lake so en-US I wasnt really connected to the water there. en-US When we moved down here five years ago, en-US thats where I kind of fell in love with the en-US ocean and the rivers.en-US Through applying to participate as a venen-US -en-US dor at Brevard Childrens Business Fairs en-US inaugural event in 2018, Dylan was able to en-US learn important lessons such as setting up a en-US business model, how to speak with interested en-US clients and how to advertise to the public.en-US It was a good learning experience, Dylan en-US said. I got to see how people reacted to my en-US business, and what they liked about it or en-US didnt like. Originally my prices were a little en-US bit too high. A lot of parents dont want to pay en-US as much for a lesson that they dont know if en-US their kid is going to enjoy or not. So, that was en-US good because I got to learn how my prices en-US were affected by what the parents wanted.en-US Based on his first year of participating, en-US Dylan said he is already planning on how he en-US wants to present himself at next years fair.en-US What drew them in was the poster but en-US what I didnt have was enough tangible items en-US for [people] to hold because Im selling a seren-US -en-US vice instead of a good, Dylan said. What Im en-US mostly going to do is have more tangible en-US items to give away so they can remember it.en-US A few months after the business fair, over en-US the summer, Dylan began hosting clinics out en-US of Paddling Paradise in Palm Bay for children en-US between the ages of 8 and 15 years old.en-US His goal is to open the clinics over the winen-US-en-US ter break, when students are less busy with en-US school.en-US Next year, the Brevard Childrens Business en-US Fair will see up to 50 vendors, ranging from en-US baked goods, craft items, services and books.en-US My children wanted to do something fun, en-US and back in the old days we used to have lemen-US -en-US onade stands in front of our house with no en-US problem, Mrs. McFarland said. Nowadays, en-US things have changed and I wanted to have en-US something that was fun and safe for them, en-US but also putting a little more of an educationen-US-en-US al aspect to it.en-US Mrs. McFarland explained that after en-US researching similar concepts of a business en-US fair, she found the Actons Childrens Busien-US -en-US ness Fair model, and decided to open a en-US chapter of that here in Brevard.en-US Its important to me because I feel like en-US stuff like this, about creating a business, en-US managing money, and understanding how en-US to run a business, isnt taught in school, en-US Mrs. McFarland said. Theres a lot of en-US younger kids who are interested in doing en-US stuff like that.en-US A private Facebook group was created for en-US the Brevard Childrens Business Fair so that en-US past and present vendors could have the en-US opportunity to interact with each other, en-US bounce off ideas, and share their experience en-US with what worked or didnt work for them.en-US I feel so proud for these kids, Mrs. en-US McFarland said. It started from an idea and en-US it grew from that. If they just continue with en-US that momentum theyre students but they en-US have another alternative means to move and en-US excel in the future.en-US For more information about the Brevard en-US Childrens Business Fair, visit en-US brevardcbf.orgen-US .en-US For more information about the Grom en-US Squad, visit en-US www.gromsquadpaddle.comen-US .en-US By Brittany Mulliganen-USbmulligan@hometownnewsol.com en-USPhoto courtesy of Jason and Becky Geigeren-USDylan Geiger, founder of Grom Squad, participates in Brevard en-US Childrens Business Fair at The Avenue.

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4 BodyWise SpecialistsDr. Regina M. Kaufmann 201 Fourth Ave., Indialantic, FL 32903www.bodywisespecialists.com321-729-4243 SEE A SLIMMER YOU. ELIMINATE FAT WITH COOLSCULPTING, THE WORLDS #1 NON-INVASIVE FAT REMOVAL TREATMENT. CoolSculpting is an FDA-cleared treatment that uses controlled cooling to eliminate fat without surgery or downtime. Call today to schedule your FREE consultation.Results and patient experience may vary. While CoolSculpting is safe, some rare side effects may occur. As with any medical procedure, only your CoolSculpting provider can help you decide if CoolSculpting is right for you. In the U.S., the CoolSculpting the CoolSculpting procedure for non-invasive fat reduction is available worldwide. ZELTIQ, CoolSculpting, the CoolSculpting logo, 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S en-USis. Almost all of the vendors now offervegan en-US options though.en-US Its the regular Downtown Melbourne en-US Farmers Market, and Tim and Karen (they en-US run the market)are wonderfully open-minden-US -en-US ed people who allow us to take it over once a en-US month, Ms. Ms. Barley added. Personally, I en-US love the mix of the people. I love that so many en-US non-vegans attend!en-US The Takeovers are fairly new. en-US Last fall, when the Downtown Melbourne en-US Farmers Market moved from its Strawbridge en-US location to its current spot at Riverview Park, en-US a few vegan vendors began attending with the en-US hope that having more than one of them staen-US -en-US tioned in the same location would be attracen-US-en-US tive to interested consumers, Ms. Barley en-US noted.en-US A few months later, the vendors collaboen-US-en-US rated with the Downtown Melbourne Farmen-US-en-US ers Market to try an entire market dedicated en-US to vegan items.en-US The first Vegan Takeover was held in April, en-US and theyve continued since then.en-US Word spread fast and it was crazy en-US EatQual and Organic Rising Bakery sold out en-US of all their food within the first hour, Ms. en-US Barley said of the first Takeover. EatQual en-US took a little time to prep MORE food and en-US then they sold out AGAIN! Vegan Dessert en-US Delights was a huge hit and the market cusen-US -en-US tomers ended up buying pretty much anyen-US-en-US thing that any vendor had that was considen-US -en-US ered vegan.en-US That inspired many of the vendors to add en-US more vegan options for the next Vegan Takeen-US -en-US over, Ms. Barley added. Now, its huge!en-US For more information about the Oct. 20 en-US market, find Vegan Takeover Avocado Edien-US -en-US tion on Facebook.en-US To learn more about the Downtown Melen-US -en-US bourne Farmers Market, visit en-USwww.playmelen-US -en-US bournefl.org/downtown-melbourne-farmen-US -en-US ers-market/en-US.en-GBAvocadoen-USFrom page 1 en-USOrganic Rising en-US Bakery will be en-US one of the many en-US vendors at this en-US weekends en-US Farmers Market, en-US which will feature en-US a Vegan Takeen-US-en-US over Avocado en-US Edition'.en-USPhoto courtesy of en-US Plant-Based Brevard

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5 en-USMelbourne Police Departmenten-USHayes Cotton, 35, of Summer Brook Street, en-US Melbourne, was arrested Oct. 5 and charged en-US with felony battery (2nd or subsequent offense).en-US Robert McNamara, 53, of Dozier Avenue, en-US Titusville, was arrested Oct. 5 and charged with en-US battery on a law enforcement officer/firefighter/en-US EMT, and criminal mischief under $200 (subseen-US -en-US quent offense).en-US Larry Barringer, 18, of Lipscomb Street, Palm en-US Bay, was arrested Oct. 6 and charged with posen-US-en-US session of cocaine, possession of marijuana en-US under 20 grams, and possession of drug paraen-US -en-US phernalia. en-US John Collins, 38, of Harbor City Boulevard, en-US Melbourne, was arrested Oct. 6 and charged en-US with battery by strangulation, child abuse withen-US -en-US out great bodily harm as aggravated assault, en-US criminal mischief over $1,000, and robbery en-US without firearm or weapon. en-US Kasey Kilburn, 26, of Amherst Avenue, Melen-US -en-US bourne, was arrested Oct. 6 and charged with en-US aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. en-US Aaron Esposito, 31, of Blue Ridge Avenue, en-US Melbourne, was arrested Oct. 7 and charged en-US with possession of a controlled substance, trafen-US-en-US ficking methamphetamine up to 4 grams and en-US over, and failure to leave property under order en-US of owner as trespassing. en-US Anthony Parham, 32, of Carolin Street, Melen-US-en-US bourne, was arrested Oct. 7 and charged with en-US battery of a person 65 years of age or older.en-US Oseon Stone, 48, of Albemarle Street, Melen-US-en-US bourne, was arrested Oct. 7 and charged with en-US battery by strangulation as domestic violence, en-US and battery as domestic violence. en-US Kimberly Shelly-Harthon, 25, of Rocket Lane, en-US West Melbourne, was arrested Oct. 8 and en-US charged with grand theft larceny over $300 and en-US less than $5,000, and scheme to defraud as en-US false pretenses under $20,000. en-US Christopher Watson, 34, of Apollo Boulevard, en-US Melbourne, was arrested Oct. 8 and charged en-US with aggravated assault, armed burglary of en-US dwelling/structure, and battery. en-US Robert Willhide, 61, of Fee Avenue, Melen-US -en-US bourne, was arrested Oct. 8 and charged with en-US petty theft 2nd degree larceny (3rd or subseen-US-en-US quent offense).en-US Curtis Clemons, 33, of College View Drive, en-US Melbourne, was arrested Oct. 9 and charged en-US with child abuse without great bodily harm as en-US aggravated assault, battery as domestic vioen-US -en-US lence, and criminal mischief $200 and under. en-US Laura Ground, 47, of Bonnie Circle, Melen-US -en-US bourne, was arrested Oct. 9 and charged with en-US possession of cocaine, and possession of drug en-US paraphernalia. en-US Jet Henderson, 36, of Old Oak Street, Melen-US-en-US bourne, was arrested Oct. 9 and charged with en-US armed burglary of dwelling/structure as aggraen-US-en-US vated assault, and criminal mischief over $200 en-US and less than $1,000.en-US Christopher Powell, 34, of Harbor City Bouleen-US -en-US vard, Melbourne, was arrested Oct. 9 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-USWest Melbourne Police en-US Departmenten-USErica Pressley, 39, of Temple Terrace, Melen-US-en-US bourne, was arrested Oct. 5 and charged with en-US possession of cocaine, possession of a conen-US -en-US trolled substance, and possession of marijuana en-US under 20 grams. en-US Thomas Curry, 21, of Maplewood Drive, West en-US Welbourne, was arrested Oct. 7 and charged en-US with possession of a controlled substance, and en-US possession of marijuana under 20 grams. en-US Collin Sola, 23, of Galleon Avenue, Palm en-US Bay, was arrested Oct. 7 and charged with driven-US-en-US ing while license suspended (3rd or subseen-US -en-US quent offense).en-US Jason Malatesta, 40, of Micco Road, Bareen-US-en-US foot Bay, was arrested Oct. 8 and charged with en-US grand theft of a motor vehicle. en-US Teara Esposito, 26, of Conestee Drive, West en-US Melbourne, was arrested Oct. 9 and charged en-US with aggravated battery as domestic violence, en-US and battery as domestic violence. en-USBrevard County Sheriffs en-US Officeen-US Freddie Berry, 54, of St. Charles Street, en-US Cocoa, was arrested Oct. 5 and charged with en-US utterance of forged bill/check/draft or note. en-US Michael Firestone, 52, of Banyan Street, en-US Cocoa, was arrested Oct. 5 and charged with en-US driving under the influence (4th or subsequent en-US offense), driving while license suspended with en-US knowledge, and refusal to submit to DUI test en-US after license suspended. en-US Shawn Freeman, 43, of Holly Place, Cocoa, en-US was arrested Oct. 5 and charged with dealing en-US in stolen property, and petty theft shoplifting en-US over $100 and less than $300 (1st degree).en-US Zeta Griffiths, 25, homeless, of Cocoa, was en-US arrested Oct. 5 and charged with assault on a en-US law enforcement officer/firefighter/EMT, and en-US breach of peace as disorderly conduct. en-US Jacob Hall, 21, of Sprint Circle, Melbourne, en-US was arrested Oct. 5 and charged with manen-US -en-US slaughter other than by motor vehicle. en-USFrank Hardy, 31, of Tree Lane, Titusville, was en-US arrested Oct. 5 and charged with aggravated en-US assault, attempted murder, possession of a en-US firearm/weapon/ammo by convicted felon, and en-US shoot/throw missile into dwelling/vehicle/builden-US -en-US ing/aircraft. en-US Isaiah Lee, 55, of Fiske Boulevard, Cocoa, en-US was arrested Oct. 5 and charged with possesen-US-en-US sion of cocaine, and resisting officer without en-US violence. en-US Amanda Maynard, 39, of Jacaranda Street, en-US Merritt Island, was arrested Oct. 5 and charged en-US with forged/altered bank bill/note/check/draft, en-US grand theft of motor vehicle, petty theft 2nd en-US degree pickpocketing (3rd or subsequent en-US offense), possession of drug paraphernalia, en-US possession of personal ID of another without en-US authorization (5 or more), utterance of forged en-US bill/note/check/draft or note.en-US Bradley Ravelo, 25, of Hemlock Court, Titusen-US -en-US ville, was arrested Oct. 5 and charged with en-US aggravated assault, attempted murder, and en-US shoot/throw missile in dwelling/vehicle/building/en-US aircraft as aggravated assault. en-US Joshua Tebbetts, 27, of Co Road, Gunnison, en-US Colorado, was arrested Oct. 5 and charged en-US with possession of a controlled substance. en-US Jasmin Daniels, 24, of Northern Drive, Lake en-US Park, was arrested Oct. 6 and charged with en-US driving while license suspended (habitual en-US offender), failure to obey police or fire departen-US-en-US ment, possession of marijuana under 20 en-US grams, and possession of drug paraphernalia. 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-USConfirmation was a power playen-USI would like to comment on the rant en-US Kangaroo Court or Senate."en-US It just irks me to no end when I read en-US articles such as this that reflect the ignoen-US -en-US rance, stupidity and bias of the writer. en-US Who made it a kangaroo court?en-US From what I saw it was the democrats. en-US Their conduct, demeanor, attitude, out en-US bursts, interruptions, manipulative manen-US -en-US ner, and bias polluted the whole hearing. en-US From the first moment President en-US Trump announced the candidacy of Brett en-US Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, the en-US democrats stated they would not vote for en-US Kavanaugh even though he was considen-US -en-US ered to be one of the most-qualified peren-US -en-US sons to be nominated. en-US At the hearing, the preponderance of en-US evidence proved Kavanaugh was innocent en-US of all allegations.en-US The atrocity of Sen. Dianne Feinstein to en-US deliberately withhold the letter from Docen-US -en-US tor Ford was a political move to delay the en-US hearing. en-US It appears to me that the democrats are en-US only concerned with their quest for en-US power.en-USHumanity must become civilizeden-USI've often wondered why we elect en-US self-serving public politicians instead of en-US hiring, according to the dictionary, self en-US servants to operate and run our city, en-US county, state and federal systems. en-US Why should a police officer, district en-US attorney, and judges have a political affilien-US-en-US ation? These people should be hired and en-US fired according to the same rules of the en-US common worker. Our country badly en-US needs a sane, honorable economist en-US instead of war mongering politicians who en-US are infighting and threatening this nation en-US and the world with continuance wars. en-US How many young men, women and en-US children have been murdered in the name en-US of wars?en-US All throughout our past we have read en-US about genocides, holocausts. Can't the en-US human race please become civilized and en-US live together in peace and stop this politien-US -en-US cian jungle from destroying us?en-US It's difficult to get from one culture to en-US the next with out the human race killing en-US and destroying itself.en-US Who said "Oh what fools ye mortals en-US be"?en-USWe need unbiased reportingen-USI have three words for the democrats to en-US remember: Mary Jo Kopechne. en-US I dare you to print that as we are so used en-US to one-sided liberal news coverage, slurs, en-US and opinions. en-US Whatever happened to unbiased en-US reporting? What we have now is like proen-US-en-US paganda. en-US We are told what to think and how to en-US interpret the "news." en-US If we don't see it the way of the press en-US tells us to see it, well, then there is an en-US extensive list of labels that can be applied en-US to us to discredit our beliefs. en-USU.S. already a socialist countryen-USWhat is most stunning is that Amerien-US -en-US cans cannot see that the United States is to en-US a certain degree a socialist country, as en-US Social Security, Medicare, public libraries, en-US the Army, fire and police departments, en-US the freeways and other public programs en-US clearly exemplify.en-US Those who don't like socialism should en-US stop cashing their Social Security checks en-US and burn their Medicare cards.en-USWorld no longer U.S. trash canen-USIts pretty sad that here we sit in the en-US United States churning out tons of plastics en-US and then complain because Third World en-US countries wont take it after were done en-US with it. Seems to me like we think were en-US pretty special.en-US Its time to pay the piper my friends. en-US The world is no longer our trash can. The en-US recycling industry is not all it was cracked en-US up to be. More and more municipalities en-US are limiting what residents can recycle en-US because there simply are no longer maren-US -en-US kets for it.en-US Maybe its time that we limit the plastics en-US being manufactured. If manufacturers en-US were held responsible for taking back en-US their products after theyve served their en-US purposes I bet that alternatives would be en-US discovered lickety split.en-US We cant dump everything into landen-US-en-US fills. Scurrying around trying to find placen-US -en-US es to hide it all isnt working anymore. We en-US thought we were doing such a great job en-US when all along we were merely playing a en-US game of sleight of hand.en-US Brevard County doesnt have mandatoen-US -en-US ry recycling so a lot of what should have en-US been recycled isnt.en-US The way I see it, we have to adopt manen-US -en-US datory recycling local level. Nationally, we en-US need to hold the manufacturers of proden-US-en-US ucts accountable for disposing of not only en-US their products, but its packaging. en-US I love the banana analogy photos of en-US bananas on a styrofoam tray covered in en-US plastic it makes me wonder. en-USFLOTUS trip a waste of moneyen-USI don't find it a good use of my tax dolen-US-en-US lars for our FLOTUS to be touring Africa en-US and doting on their children while we en-US have hundreds of immigrant children en-US being held in detention centers in Texas. en-US Perhaps our money would be better en-US spent reuniting these children with their en-US parents and closing these centers now. en-US I don't understand the morality of peoen-US -en-US ple not ashamed of this practice. 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. 19, 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-USor call (321) 242-1276. 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-US'Witch Way' to the end? en-USAlex Schierholtz/Staff photographeren-USTeal Mayhue, 13, of Melbourne, runs to benefit the City of Indialanen-US -en-US tic, and the SPCA of Brevard Adoption Center during the Witch en-US Way 5k on Oct. 6, at Nance Park in Indialantic.

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8 these, seven were submitted by the CRC, en-USthree by the legislature, and two by citizen en-US petition initiative.en-US The CRC meets once every 20 years. en-US Florida is the only state with a constituen-US -en-US tional amendment commission.en-US The CRC, created by Article XI, Section en-US 2 of the Florida Constitution, has 37 en-US members. The constitution sets the Attoren-US -en-US ney General as the only automatic memen-US -en-US ber. The Governor appoints 15 commisen-US-en-US sioners including the commission chair. en-US The President of the Senate appoints nine, en-US the Speaker of the House of Representaen-US -en-US tives appoints nine, and the Chief Justice en-US of the Florida Supreme Court appoints en-US three commissioners.en-US Making this years process especially en-US challenging is that the CRC bundled en-US different issues into the same amendment. en-US Of the amendments proposed by the en-US CRC, only two, No. 12 (Lobbying and en-US Abuse of office by Public Officers,) and en-US No. 13 (Ends Dog Racing) deal with one en-US clear-cut issue. Each of the other five from en-US the CRC combined different proposals.en-US These will be the most difficult decien-US -en-US sions for voters, as there are many people en-US who agree with part of an amendment en-US and disagree with the other parts, but you en-US must vote either in favor or against the en-US whole bundle. For example, No. 9 prohiben-US -en-US its offshore oil and gas drilling and proen-US -en-US hibits vaping in enclosed indoor worken-US -en-US places.en-US Listed below are brief summaries of the en-US amendments on the ballot. Each is en-US excerpted from the state website, and in en-US some cases there have been disputes en-US regarding whether the states summary en-US accurately reflects the proposed amenden-US -en-US ment. Voters are urged to do research and en-US review the pros and cons. Search the en-US internet for the title and number of the en-US amendment and you will find a variety of en-US viewpoints for each.en-US (1) Increased Homestead Property Tax en-US Exemption, proposed by the Florida legisen-US -en-US lature. Increases the homestead exempen-US -en-US tion by exempting the assessed valuation en-US of homestead property greater than en-US $100,000 and up to $125,000 for all levies en-US other than school district levies.en-US (2) Limitations on Property Tax Assessen-US -en-US ments, proposed by the legislature. Peren-US -en-US manently retain provisions currently in en-US effect that limit property tax assessment en-US increases on specified non-homestead en-US real property, except for school district en-US taxes, to 10 percent each year.en-US (3) Voter Control of Gambling in Florien-US -en-US da, proposed by a citizen initiative group en-US called Voters In Charge. Ensures that voten-US -en-US ers shall have the exclusive right to decide en-US whether to authorize casino gambling by en-US requiring that all casino gambling must be en-US approved by voters. Defines casino gamen-US -en-US bling and clarifies that this amendment en-US does not conflict with federal law regarden-US -en-US ing state/tribal compacts.en-US (4) Voting Restoration Amendment, en-US citizens initiative proposed by Floridians en-US for a Fair Democracy, Inc. Restores voting en-US rights of Floridians with felony convicen-US-en-US tions after they complete all terms of their en-US sentence including parole or probation. en-US The amendment would not apply to those en-US convicted of murder or sexual offenses, en-US who would continue to be permanently en-US barred from voting unless the Governor en-US and Cabinet vote to restore their voting en-US rights on a case by case basis.en-US (5) Supermajority Vote Required to en-US Impose, Authorize, or Raise State Taxes or en-US Fees, proposed by the legislature. Prohiben-US-en-US its the legislature from imposing, authoen-US -en-US rizing, or raising a state tax or fee except en-US by a two-thirds vote of each house. This en-US proposal does not authorize a state tax or en-US fee otherwise prohibited by the Constituen-US -en-US tion and does not apply to fees or taxes en-US imposed or authorized to be imposed by a en-US county, municipality, school board, or en-US special district.en-US Proposed amendments 6-13 are all en-US from the Constitutional Revision Comen-US -en-US mission. en-US (6) Rights of Crime Victims; Judges. en-US Creates constitutional rights for victims of en-US crime; requires courts to facilitate victims en-US rights; authorizes victims to enforce their en-US rights throughout criminal and juvenile en-US justice processes. Requires judges and en-US hearing officers to independently interen-US -en-US pret statutes and rules rather than deferen-US -en-US ring to government agencys interpretaen-US -en-US tion. Raises mandatory retirement age of en-US state judges from seventy to seventy-five en-US years; deletes authorization for judges to en-UScomplete term if one-half of term has en-US been served by retirement age.en-US (7) First Responder and Military Memen-US -en-US ber Survivor Benefits; Public Colleges and en-US Universities. Creates mandatory payment en-US of education and compensation benefits en-US to qualifying survivors of first responders en-US and military members who die performen-US-en-US ing official duties. Requires supermajority en-US votes by university trustees and state unien-US -en-US versity system board of governors to raise en-US or impose legislatively authorized fees. en-US Establishes existing state college system as en-US constitutional entity; provides governance en-US structure.en-US (8) [Amendment 8 has been removed en-US from the ballot]en-US (9) Prohibits Offshore Oil and Gas en-US Drilling; Prohibits Vaping in Enclosed en-US Indoor Workplaces. Prohibits drilling for en-US oil and natural gas beneath all state-en-US owned waters between the mean high en-US water line and the states outermost terrien-US -en-US torial boundaries. Adds use of vapor-genen-US-en-US erating devices to prohibition of tobacco en-US smoking in enclosed indoor workplaces en-US with exceptions.en-US (10) State and Local Government Strucen-US -en-US ture and Operation. Requires legislature en-US to retain department of veterans affairs. en-US Ensures election of sheriffs, property en-US appraisers, supervisors of elections, tax en-US collectors, and clerks of court in all counen-US-en-US ties; removes county charters ability to en-US abolish, change term, transfer duties, or en-US eliminate election of these offices. Changen-US -en-US es annual legislative session commenceen-US -en-US ment date in even-numbered years from en-US March to January; removes legislatures en-US authorization to fix another date. Creates en-US office of domestic security and counteren-US -en-US terrorism within department of law en-US enforcement.en-US (11) Property Rights; Removal of Obsoen-US-en-US lete Provision; Criminal Statutes. en-US Removes discriminatory language related en-GBAmendmentsen-USFrom page 1en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB AMENDMENTSen-GB, page 10

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10 Mention This Ad For Two pair of glasses with Polycarbonate Lenses for $159 Brevard Eye Center Melbourne Office 665 Apollo Boulevard Melbourne, Florida 32901 Phone: 321-984-3200 Fax: 321-984-0032 Monday Friday 7:00am-4:00pm Contact: appointments@brevardeye.com Brevard Eye Center Merritt Island Office 250 North Courtenay Parkway, Merritt Island, FL 32953 Phone: 321-453-5700 Fax: 321-452-5370 Mon. Wed. 8:00am-5:00pm Thur. 9:00am-7:00pm Fri. 8:00am-2:00pm Contact: appointments@brevardeye.comBrevard Eye Center Suntree Office 7775 N. Wickham Rd. Suntree, FL 32940 Phone: 321-255-5200 Fax: 321-255-1141 Mon. Fri. 8:00am-5:00pm Contact: appointments@brevardeye.com Dr. Tres 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 COMMUNITYlamplighterhomesfl.com321-254-0303 Lamplighter Village 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S AN AGE QUALIFIEDEasy financing available!500 Lamplighter Blvd. Melbourne, FL 32934Resort Amenities Own for the cost of renting! Melbournes Premier 55+ Community Heated Pool and Spa Fitness 8 Pickle Ball Courts 8 Bocce Ball Courts Key West 18 Hole Mini Golf 8 Shueboard Courts Pool Side Bar to real property rights. Removes obsolete en-USlanguage repealed by voters. Deletes proen-US -en-US vision that amendment of a criminal staten-US -en-US ute will not affect prosecution or penalties en-US for a crime committed before the amenden-US -en-US ment; retains current provision allowing en-US prosecution of a crime committed before en-US the repeal of a criminal statute.en-US (12) Lobbying and Abuse of Office by en-US Public Officers. Expands current restricen-US-en-US tions on lobbying for compensation by en-US former public officers; creates restrictions en-US on lobbying for compensation by serving en-US public officers; provides exceptions; proen-US -en-US hibits certain abuses of public office for en-US personal benefit.en-US (13) Ends Dog Racing. Prohibits gamen-US -en-US ing or pari-mutuel entities from racing en-US dogs in connection with wagering; eligien-US -en-US bility of such entities to conduct other en-US authorized pari-mutuel and gaming activen-US -en-US ities is not affected; prohibits wagering on en-US outcome of in-state live dog races.en-US For more information about the CRC en-US proposals or process, visit the CRC weben-US -en-US site,en-US flcrc.goven-US, where you can read theen-US CRCs final report and view proposal en-US history and vote records. There are also en-US links to the public hearing testimony en-US where you can read pro and con arguen-US-en-US ments of non-profit organizations and en-US members of the public.en-GBAmendmentsen-USFrom page 8 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-USKerchak is a 4-month-en-US old German Shepherd en-US (Sable) who loves to en-US eat, play soccer and en-US make new friends en-US according to owner en-US Cody Luetkemeyer, of en-US Melbourne. Night on Fridays. Dinner is served from 5:30 to 7 p.m. and dancing starts at 6:30 en-USp.m. with live music.en-US For more information about room en-US rentals or scheduled activities, call (321) en-US 768-1744.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-GBCalendaren-USFrom page 1en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB CALENDARen-GB, page 19

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11 DOES YOUR LOVED ONE HAVE DEMENTIA? 321-722-2999Our loving, caring, compassionate seniors are here to help.SeniorsHelpingSeniors.com/Brevardinfo@shsofbrevard.com Seniors Helping Seniors. Each oce is independently owned and operated. All trademarks are registered trademarks or Corporate Mutual Resources, Inc. Not all services available in all areas. Lic. #232571If you are interested in becoming a senior provider, we would like to hear from you too. Pipe organ project completed, debut set en-USBREVARD COUNTY Music has a en-US special way of uplifting spirits, espeen-US-en-US cially when joined in community such en-US as at church.en-US Suntree United Methodist Church en-US announced the completion of the resen-US-en-US toration of its 1924 Hook and Hastings en-US pipe organ, which will make its official en-US debut during Music for All Reasons.en-US The free concert is scheduled for 3 en-US p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 21 at the church, en-US located at 7400 N. Wickham Road, en-US Melbourne.en-US We were gifted a complete, moden-US -en-US est-size,1924 Hook and Hastings pipe en-US organ by Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Jewett, en-US who had the organ in storage for severen-US -en-US al years, said SUMC organist Tom en-US Taylor. It had been well-maintained in en-US its lifetime, but was dismantled into en-US thousands of pieces and parts.en-US The organ was received in 2017 and en-US the Pipe Organ Project Suntree was en-US underway as SUMC aimed to raise en-US $130,000 for the official design, assemen-US-en-US bly preparation, building modificaen-US -en-US tions and installation of the organ.en-US A video tour of the restoration will en-US be featured along with a concert led by en-US Mr. Taylor, who will perform works by en-US Johann Sebastian Bach, Felix Mendelsen-US -en-US sohn and Charles Ives, and transcripen-US -en-US tions from the operas of Leonard Bernen-US -en-US stein, George Gershwin and Giacomo en-US Puccini.en-US Attendees will have fun listening to en-US these works, along with a game of en-US name that tune of famous movie en-US themes and composers.en-US According to officials, the pipe organ en-US parts were reassembled and married to en-US a fully functional Rodgers digital organ en-US to create a unique hybrid instrument en-US that allows the player to choose en-US between the pipes or the digital circuiten-US -en-US ry for sound production.en-US First, the exposed pipes and the en-US white Ginger Dove decorative panels en-US look beautiful together, Mr. Taylor en-US said. Second, the pipe organ adds en-US depth and warmth to our existing Roden-US -en-US gers digital organ that is very hard to en-US describe. The two instruments behave en-US well with each other.en-US I am familiar with and have played en-US other combination Pipe/Electronic en-US organs in the area, and was generally en-US envious of those churches, he added. en-US I like being able to match orchestral en-US instruments with classic pipe organ en-US voices, even using the MIDI technoloen-US -en-US gy to add percussion elements when en-US appropriate! The key is that the acousen-US -en-US tics in the sanctuary at SUMC make en-US the organ that much more impressive en-US loud or soft.en-US Mr. Taylor has been the principal en-US organist at SUMC for more than 11 en-US years, and has had experience helping en-US to restore a 1926 New York Paramount en-US Wurlitzer in Wichita, Kansas. The en-US Wurlitzer is now housed in the Exhibien-US -en-US tion Hall at the Century II Civic Cenen-US-en-US ter.en-US For more information, call (321) en-US 242-2585.en-US By Brittany Mulliganen-USbmulligan@hometownnewsol.com en-USPhoto courtesy of Buzz Biz Public Relationsen-USTom Taylor stands among the pipes of the newly restored 1924 Hook en-US & Hastings pipe organ at Suntree United Methodist Church in Melen-US-en-US bourne.

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12 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 Delivery & Installation ROYAL BREAKFASTWith a few of your favorite characters! Saturday, October 27, 2018 9:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m.Our delicious buet will include bacon, scrambled eggs, pancakes and more! Adult $14.75 | Child $9.95 (ages 3-10)RSVP by calling 321-504-7771 Price is ALL INCLUSIVE (includes tax and service charge)7032 Stadium Pkwy, Viera, FL www.durangolf.com Polercise performs for breast cancer awareness en-USMELBOURNE Pole dancing is rarely en-US thought of without the visual stigmas of en-US dimly lit bars as its base of operation, its assoen-US-en-US ciation with nudity or an almost exclusively en-US male-centric allure. But Polercise Womens en-US Dance and Fitness Studio, a pole dancing en-US and fitness studio in Brevard County, is en-US changing the way people view the art of pole en-US dancing and its athletic benefits, while also en-US raising confidence and strength in local en-US women. en-US On Oct. 12, Polercise hosted its Fall Showen-US -en-US case, where members performed various en-US routines and demonstrations to the public. en-US Its also the first time the studio has invited en-US men to witness the performances, many of en-US which were the husbands of the performers. en-US The women participating had been practicen-US -en-US ing in the studio for approximately five en-US months prior to the showcase.en-US Along with the performances, a 50/50 rafen-US -en-US fle was held where proceeds went toward en-US raising funds for Making Strides Against en-US Breast Cancer. Local sponsors of the event en-US included Arbonne, Premier Jewelry, Juice en-US Plus and many more. Many of the sponsors en-US provided gift baskets which were also raffled en-US off. Polercise showcases performances bi-anen-US-en-US nually with a portion of proceeds donated to en-US selected local charities. en-US Polercise is the brainchild of Shawna Newen-US -en-US berry-Lines, a former Spanish teacher. The en-US studio is located at 1270 Lake Washington en-US Road in Melbourne and opened in 2011. en-US Mrs. Newberry-Lines discovered pole fitness en-US while teaching in Colorado when a knee en-US injury resulting from a skiing accident limiten-US -en-US ed her ability to exercise as freely as shed en-US liked. en-US I like fun exercising and I hate going to en-US the gym, Mrs. Newberry-Lines said. When en-US I moved to Brevard County, and noticed en-US there wasnt a pole fitness studio, I decided to en-US start one. We added aerial arts classes two en-US years later and now we have the only Pole Fiten-US-en-US ness and Aerial Arts Studio in this area.en-US Polercise advertises itself as an inclusive en-US studio with every age, weight, shape and size en-US welcome. Mrs. Newberry-Lines also has en-US eight instructors that assist in teaching and en-US coaching her clients. Anyone wishing to peren-US -en-US form in Polercises showcases are encouraged en-US to tryout and all levels are allowed to particien-US -en-US pate. en-US The performance can be demanding. We en-US put a lot of time and effort in, but its well en-US worth it when I perform, Heather Murdoch, en-US performer and member of Polercise, said. en-US Mrs. Murdoch was drawn to Polercise as a en-US fun, alternative way to exercise and has found en-US a comradery with her fellow performers. en-US I love the beautiful friendships I now en-US have. The ladies are great, Mrs. Murdoch en-US said. We have become a family. en-US Introduction classes start at $19, with pole, en-US silk and lyra classes offered at $24. The silk en-US and lyra classes incorporate fabric and steel en-US hoops, with one or more performers, in en-US which they hang from or integrate into their en-US practice; similar to the performances by en-US Cirque de Soleil. The studio also offers other en-US fitness classes such as Zumba, boxing, Pilates en-US and yoga at similar prices. It is also currently en-US offering a Fall special which includes unlimen-US -en-US ited classes for two weeks for $49. en-US For more information on classes and en-US appointments visit en-US www.polercisestudio.comen-US en-US or call (321) 610-8921.en-US By Josh Whiteneren-USFor Hometown News Photo courtesy of Chris Chamberland en-USInstructors Jacque Struble, top, and Marina Thompson, bottom, en-US showcase lyra style pole fitness. ClassifiedCHECK OUT THE www.HometownNewsOL.com en-GBwww.HometownNewsBrevard.com

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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 Stop in and see us we offer a full variety menu & yummy house made desserts!! See our menu on FB & Follow and Like Us Therewww.hisandhersmelbourneflorida.com Now doing deliveries within an eleven mile radius of our restaurant with a minimum $15 order For the complete Out & About listings, go en-USto en-US bit.ly/OutAndAboutHTN.en-US 'The Wiz' at the Henegar en-US"The Wiz" runs through Sunday, Oct. 28, en-US at The Henegar Center, 625 E. New Haven en-US 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-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, en-US and a host of other singing and dancing en-US characters.en-US The suggested audience is from en-US kindergarten through third grade.en-US Tickets are $10. For more information, en-US call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.en-US kingcenter.comen-US.en-USDavid Allan Coe coming to King Centeren-USNashville outlaw David Allan Coe will perform at 8 p.m. Wednesda y, Oct. 24, in en-USthe Maxwell C. King Center for the en-US Performing Arts, 3865 N. Wickham Road, en-US Melbourne.en-US As a singer, his biggest hits were Mona en-US Lisa Lost Her Smile, The Ride, You en-US Never Even Called Me by My Name, She en-US Used to Love Me a Lot, and Longhaired en-US Redneck. en-US His best-known compositions are the No. 1 successes Would You Lay With Me en-US(In a Field of Stone) (which was covered by en-USBREVARD COUNTY Prepare to be en-US transported back to the 1940s as the Indien-US-en-US alantic Chamber Singers prepare Unforen-US -en-US gettable Classics of Musics Golden Age en-US with popular hits from that era.en-US The professional and semi-professional en-US singers will take on favorites such as en-US Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, Blue Moon, en-US Route 66, Thats Amore, and more at en-US two free concerts in Brevard.en-US The first performance is scheduled to en-US take place at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19, at en-US Advent Lutheran Church, 7550 N. Wicken-US -en-US ham Road, Suntree. The second concert en-US will begin at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 21 en-US at Easminster Presbyterian Church, 106 en-US N. Riverside Drive, Indialantic.en-US The Indialantic Chamber Singers is a en-US very versatile group and sing anything en-US from Renaissance to modern day works, en-US said Tony Spadafora, president and bassist en-US for the singers. The versatility of this en-US group is amazing, having sung new works en-US never before performed.en-US The concerts will feature a medley of en-US Nat King Coles popular tunes such as en-GBOuten-GB en-GB&en-GB en-GBabout en-USHoroscopes FRIDAY, OCT. 12, 2018 en-USMELBOURNEen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSBREVARD.COM PAGE 13en-USSingers to perform 'Golden Age' classicsen-USDining en-US &en-US Entertainmenten-USARIES March 21/April 20en-US Aries, this is a great week to give that special en-US someone in your life some extra love and en-US attention. Your workloads have lightened en-US across the board, so go the extra mile.en-US TAURUS April 21/May 21en-US Taurus, all eyes are on you and all attention is en-US focused in your direction. Stay grounded as en-US much as possible as you become the center of en-US attention.en-US GEMINI May 22/June 21en-US Keep a watchful eye on your domestic responen-US -en-US sibilities, Gemini. It's easy for the scales to tip en-US in other directions, but nothing is more importen-US -en-US ant than life at home.en-US CANCER June 22/July 22en-US Distant shores are beckoning, Cancer. Now en-US could be the time to start planning a getaway en-US you have always dreamed of. Enjoy this exciten-US-en-US ing trip.en-US LEO July 23/Aug. 23en-US Romance may not be in the stars this week for en-US you, Leo, as you are too distracted by work. en-US Make some time to come up for air and then en-US focus on relationships.en-US VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22en-US Virgo, someone special to you may shower you en-US with intense love and affection this week if you en-US just find the time to connect. Clear your scheden-US -en-US ule for the rest of the week.en-US LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23en-US Libra, if you play your cards right, you will look en-US back on this week with nothing but smiles. en-US Things will soon get sorted out, and this week en-US will mark a turning point.en-USPhoto courtesy of Indialantic Chamber Singersen-USThe Indialantic Chamber Singers will perform Unforgettable Classics on Oct. 19 and 21. en-USBy Brittany Mulliganen-USBMulligan@hometownnewsol.comen-GBSeeen-GB en-GB SINGERSen-GB page 14en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB OUTen-GB page 14en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB SCOPESen-GB, page 15

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14 Jade Palace280 E. Eau Gallie Blvd. Indian Harbour Beach, FL 32937(At the corner of S. Patrick Drive & Eau Gallie Blvd.)Ph: (321) 777-7878 Jade Palace We are open 11am to 3pm for lunch and dinner is 3pm to 10pm. We now offer Chinese Dim Sum WEEKLY SPECIALS OCTOBER 21ST OCTOBER 27THMON. FRI. 9AM 6:30PM SAT. 9AM-6PM SUN. 10AM-4PM 7856 Ellis Rd. Melbourne 321-308-0275 Kitchen & DeliGreen Onion American Cheese ........................$5.47 lb Troyers O the Bone Ham ..............................$4.97 lb Made in house Fresh Quinoa Salad ..................$4.97 lb Roasted in House Red Beets............................$3.47 lb VegetablesPurple Eggplant...............................................67 lb Iceberg Lettuce ........................................$1.27 head Organic Fingerling Potatoes (1.5lb bag).............$2.47 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 Breast (10 lb) ...................$13.97 Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast ............................$1.57 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 26th & October 27thWhile supplies last. No holds or rain checks. Sirloin Flap Steak ..........................................$6.50 lb Chicken Leg Quarters (10lb) ......................$5.00 each Made in house Sweet Onion Meatloaf ............$3.95 lb Made in house Chorizo Stued Chicken Breast $3.95 lb Dozen Cage Free Brown Eggs ....................$3.95 each Organic Yellow Onions (2 lb) ......................$1.50 each Hass Avocados ......................35 each -or6 for $2.00 FruitsDanjou Pears ...................................................97lb Apples all varietals ..........................................97lb Watermelons .............................................$4.97 each Mandarin Oranges (3lb bag) ...............................$2.97 HalloWINE Event October 26th & October 27th 11:30 am 5:30 pm L-O-V-E, Route 66, Unforgettable en-USand more, as well as some works peren-US -en-US formed a cappella.en-US The choral group has performed en-US throughout the country, and has been en-US invited on multiple occasions to the en-US Washington National Cathedral.en-US Our a cappella rendition of A Gershen-US -en-US win Jazz Trio is something that needs to en-US be heard! Mr. Spadafora said. Also, a few en-US of our singers will have solos in this conen-US -en-US cert further showing how talented the en-US group is.en-US While the concerts are free, a $10 donaen-US-en-US tion is suggested.en-US This winter, the Space Coast Symphony en-US Orchestra are scheduled to perform along en-US with the Indialantic Chamber Singers for en-US the choral ensembles annual Messiah en-US Sing Along.en-US The singers will also participate in en-US Downtown Melbournes Tree Lighting en-US ceremony and will sing an Old Fashioned en-US Christmas at Riverside Presbyterian en-US Church along with the Brevard Youth en-US Chorus in the Dr. Vernon Boushell conen-US -en-US cert series.en-US For more information, call (321) 426-en-US 0360 or visit en-US www.IndialanticChamberSen-US-en-US ingers.org.en-GBSingersen-USFrom page 13 en-USTanya Tucker) and Take This Job and Shove en-US It (which was later covered by Johnny en-US Paycheck and inspired a hit movie.)en-US Tickets are $51. en-US For more information, call (321) 242-en-US 2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-USDweezil Zappa set to invade Studio Theatreen-USRock guitarist and the son of Frank en-US Zappa, Dweezil Zappa will perform at 7:30 p.m. Thursday Oct. 25, in the Studio en-USTheatre at the Maxwell C. King Center for en-US the Performing Arts, 3865 N. Wickham en-US Road, Melbourne.en-US Zappa's "Choice Cuts" tour is filled "with en-US some of Frank Zappa's boldest en-US compositions" or what Dweezil dubs, "a en-US collection of the meatiest tracks" with which en-US he plans to satiate the appetite of Zappa en-US fans, old and new.en-US Tickets start at $50.50. For more en-US information, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-USSEED to rock Hunkerdown, Johnathan'sen-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-GBOuten-USFrom page 13en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB OUTen-GB page 15 Kathy Seliga of Palm en-USBay caught this en-US 32-inch Snook in en-US Grant-Valkaria. 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!

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15 U.S. Marine Corps Harrier AV-8B F4U-4 Corsair U.S. Air Force F-16 en-USCurtis Domsch of West Melbourne, took along his copy of en-USHometown en-US Newsen-US to Iceland at the Skogafoss waterfalls and puffin tours. He en-US toured Iceland with his son for their shared birthdays July 3 and en-US July 7. 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 en-USSCORPIO Oct. 24/Nov. 22en-US Scorpio, things may not have been easy for you en-US over the last couple of weeks, but your courage en-US and stamina know no bounds. Keep forging en-US ahead.en-US SAGITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21en-US Sagittarius, your career is in a perfect place right en-US now, so you can devote some of your attention to en-US personal matters even your love life. Start focusen-US -en-US ing on your feelings.en-US CAPRICORN Dec. 22/Jan. 20en-US You notice a definite boost in your energy level en-US and drive this week, Capricorn. It's almost as if en-US you've rediscovered a passion you tucked away en-US for a while.en-US AQUARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18en-US Cosmic dust will settle mid-week and you will feel en-US as if you have your power back, Aquarius. If you've en-US been holding off on projects, now is the time to en-US charge ahead.en-US PISCES Feb. 19/March 20en-US Pisces, make a list of your priorities so you can en-US focus your energy efficiently. You don't want to en-US waver when trying to get things done.en-GBScopesen-USFrom page 13 en-USat 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-USAdam Devine heading to Melbourneen-USComedian Adam Devine will perform at 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 26, at the Maxwell C. en-USKing Center for the Performing Arts, 3865 en-US N. Wickham Road, Melbourne.en-US Adam is best known as a co-creator, en-US writer, and star of the hit Comedy Central en-US show, "Workaholics." In addition, he can be en-US seen on Comedy Centrals Adam Devines en-US House Party which recently premiered its en-US third season, as well as the recurring en-US manny on the award-winning hit ABC en-US series, Modern Familyen-US Tickets start at $30. For more en-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-GBOuten-USFrom page 14en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB OUTen-GB page 17

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16 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 READY...SET...EXPLORE! LISTEN TO WIN TICKETS. Listen to Eric in the Morning for the Legoland Ride or Show of the Day Listen for the cue to call for your chance to win a pair of general admission tickets to Legoland Florida Resort! Orchestra to present Halloween-centric concert en-USMELBOURNE The Melbourne en-US Community Orchestra will host Ghouen-US-en-US lies and Ghosties, a Halloween themed en-US concert, on Oct. 24-25 at 7:30 p.m. The en-US performance will include selected piecen-US-en-US es ranging from classical composers en-US like Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and en-US Frederick Chopin to the contemporary en-US works, like John Williams "Harry Poten-US-en-US ter and the Deathly Hallows". en-US Weve done a number of Hallowen-US -en-US een-themed concerts over the years, en-US which are always very well received, en-US Nancy Anderson, president and oboe en-US player, said. en-US The concert will take place at the en-US Melbourne Auditorium located at 625 en-US Hibiscus Ave. Originally formed in en-US 1989 as a string education group, the en-US MCO has quickly grown into a comen-US -en-US munity orchestra made up of volunteer en-US musicians. The orchestra is conducted en-US by maestro Mark Nelson who has been en-US a conductor, clinician and educator for en-US 40 years. Mr. Nelson is in his third year en-US with the MCO.en-US Its been a little hectic because weve en-US only had four weeks of rehearsal time en-US since our last performance, Mr. Nelen-US -en-US son said. We usually try to schedule at en-US least six to seven weeks between peren-US -en-US formances. The orchestra is doing en-US great work as we race against the clock en-US and Im sure the audience will enjoy en-US the results.en-US The orchestra has been practicing en-US for Ghoulies and Ghosties since the en-US end of August. en-US We are presenting a panoramic view en-US of orchestra 'sound,'" Mr. Nelson said. en-US "During our performance all sections en-US of the ensemble, strings, winds and en-US percussion [will] get their chance to en-US shine.en-US The music performed is decided by en-US both orchestra and audience members, en-US making the experience that much more en-US fulfilling for both performer and en-US attendee.en-US The music and titles for each concert en-US are developed by a committee of en-US orchestra members and concert attenden-US-en-US eeyes, the opinion of the audience en-US matters, Mrs. Anderson said. The en-US committee members identify music en-US they would like to have the orchestra en-US play then determine if the music is en-US appropriate for the makeup of the en-US orchestra, Mrs. Anderson said. en-US The music will incorporate a variety en-US of different instruments to evoke the en-US eerie ominous sounds so closely assoen-US -en-US ciated with the spirit of Halloween. en-US The Magic Flute opens with an en-US instrumental overture, said Mr. Nelen-US-en-US son. The approximately five to seven-US -en-US en-minute overture is an arrangement en-US of Mozarts symphonic D major overen-US -en-US ture. It is played by a wind octet of en-US oboes, clarinets, basen-US-en-US soons and horns. en-US Although admission is en-US free, donations to the en-US orchestra are always welen-US-en-US come. Donors will en-US receive a thank you card en-US and, in addition, their en-US names are listed in the en-US concerts program with en-US specific levels of donors en-US and sponsorship opporen-US -en-US tunities available. en-US Our supporters are en-US the life blood of the en-US orchestra, Mrs. Anderen-US -en-US son said. en-US Attendance for conen-US-en-US certs has ranged en-US throughout the seasonal en-US performances; with an en-US average of 750 per night, en-US to their largest crowd of en-US 1,000. Doors will open at en-US 6:30 p.m. for guests to en-US choose optimal seating. en-US Its amazing how en-US music can conjure up a en-US scene in the heads of the en-US listener, said Mr. Nelen-US -en-US son.Weve got a en-US spine-tingling program en-US that will haunt you long en-US after the final note.en-US For more information en-US or to sign up for concert alerts visit en-US www.MCOrchestra.orgen-US or call(321) en-US 285-6724.en-US By Josh Whiteneren-USFor Hometown News en-USPhoto courtesy of Melbourne Community Orchestraen-USTrombonist Jana Doss gets in the spirit as the en-US Melbourne Community Orchestra presents   Ghoulies & Ghosties.

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17 Your Life Events Poudly Anounce in the Baby Birth Birthdays Achievements Prom/Homecoming Graduation Valentine Military Retirement Engagement Wedding Milestones Ca Caerin fo o nmatin(321) 242-1013 Door Prize (Do not have to be present to win)Proceeds are for the benet of Shilah Temple No. 151. Payments are not tax deductible as charitable contributions. CHRISTMAS MARKETSaturday October 27 Opens at 10 am to 4 pmAZAN Shrine 1591 W. Eau Gallie Blvd. Melbourne, FL 32935 Sponsored by Daughters of the Nile, Shilah Temple No.151Snack Bar is open 10 am to 4 pm ArtsCraftsFree Admission 'Jazz Jam' collaboration joins orchestra, dancers en-USBREVARD COUNTY A group of en-US big band musicians will jazz things up en-US on the Space Coast this weekend with a en-US high-energy concert thats being preen-US -en-US sented as part of Space Coast Symphony en-US Orchestras 10th anniversary season.en-US The Space Coast Symphony Jazz en-US Orchestra an ensemble that includes en-US some members of the Space Coast Symen-US -en-US phony Orchestra will present Jazz en-US Jam at 7:00 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20 at en-US the Scott Center for Performing Arts at en-US Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy, 5625 en-US Holy Trinity Drive, Suntree.en-US Led by Valencia College Jazz Tromen-US -en-US bone professor Frank Wosar, the en-US orchestra will perform works in a varien-US -en-US ety of jazz styles, including New Orleen-US -en-US ans jazz, swing, ska, funk, blues, en-US pan-Caribbean salsa, boogaloo and en-US go-go.en-US To enhance the jazz theme, profesen-US -en-US sional dancers Joanne Collins and Kaiten-US -en-US lyn Cahalen will dance alongside the en-US musicians for selected songs on the set en-US list, which will include pieces by Duke en-US Ellington, Thelonious Monk, Count en-US Basie, Arturo Sandoval, Miles Davis, en-US George Gershwin and more.en-US This program is an overview of difen-US -en-US ferent styles of jazz over the last 100 en-US years, said Aaron Collins, Space Coast en-US Symphony Orchestras conductor and en-US artistic director. It is a very exciting en-US program that has a little bit of everyen-US -en-US thing. For our Tenth Anniversary seaen-US -en-US son, we wanted to have a lot of diversity en-US in our programming.en-US Adult tickets can be purchased for en-US $25 in advance aten-US www.spacecoastsymen-US -en-US phony.orgen-US and Marine Bank & Trust in en-US Suntree, or for $30 at the door. The conen-US -en-US cert is free for attendees under 18 or en-US students with ID.en-US Snacks by Titusville Organics will be en-US available for purchase.en-US For more information, call (855) 252-en-US 7276 or visit en-US www.spacecoastsymphony.en-US org.en-US By Jamie Desena-McFarlanden-USFor Hometown News Photo courtesy of Captured Blessings by Becky en-USTrombonist Frank Wosar will lead the Space Coast Symphony Jazz en-US Orchestra in Jazz Jam at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20 at Holy Trinity en-US Episcopal Academy s Scott Center for Performing Arts. en-USToto makes trip to Melbourne Toto will perform at 8 p.m. Saturday Oct. 27, at the Maxwell C. King Center for en-USthe Performing Arts, 3865 N. Wickham en-US Road, Melbourne.en-US The event is one of 21 North American en-US shows in support of the bands 40th en-US anniversary.en-US Tickets start at $48 For more information, en-US call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.en-US kingcenter.comen-US.en-USLindsey Buckingham makes Melbourne stopen-US Guitarist, vocalist, and chief songwriter en-US for Fleetwood Mac, Lindsey Buckingham will en-US perform at 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28, at the en-US Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing en-US Arts, 3865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne.en-US A Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee en-US and three-time Grammy winner, en-US Buckingham is best known as the producer, en-US guitarist, vocalist, and chief songwriter for en-US Fleetwood Mac and as a widely celebrated en-US solo artist.en-US Tickets start at $76.75. For more en-US information, call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-USCharlottes Web weaves way to King Centeren-USCharlottes Web will be performed at en-US 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 1, at the Maxwell en-GBOuten-USFrom page 15en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB OUTen-GB page 18

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18 Celebrate Your Loved Ones with a Memorial Ad For more information call Catherine at or email ccawthon@hometownnewsol.com Saturday, November 3rd 2018 Wickham Park Melbourne, FL College play to offer message about fears en-USBREVARD COUNTY Things will en-US get hairy, and maybe a bit scary, for the en-US main character in a rhyming play set to be en-US performed this weekend by Eastern Florien-US -en-US da State College theater students.en-US Wiley and the Hairy Man, written by en-US playwright Susan Zeder, will be presented en-US Friday, Oct. 19 and Saturday, Oct. 20 at 7 en-US p.m., and Sunday, Oct. 21 at 2 p.m. All en-US shows will take place at the Simpkins Fine en-US Arts Center, 1519 Clearlake Road, Cocoa.en-US Wiley and the Hairy Man offers en-US something a bit different for theatergoers en-US this year.en-US Our fall play is typically late in Octoen-US -en-US ber, but is not Halloween-themed, said en-US Jeanine Henry, EFSCs director of theatre en-US arts. It is a happy coincidence that this en-US play relates to Halloween.en-US Geared toward ages 5 and older, the en-US story illustrates a message about fears.en-US Wiley must go into the swamp to build en-US a hound house for his dog, but hes sure en-US the Hairy Man is lurking nearby, a press en-US release notes. The plot further involves a en-US chorus of mischievous swamp creatures en-US who reflect the fears in Wileys head.en-US Ultimately, Wiley is able to overcome en-US the terrible Hairy Man and realize that he en-US has the power in himself to face whatever en-US fears may haunt him, the press release en-US adds.en-US While the play is geared toward chilen-US -en-US dren, the message can apply to all ages, en-US Ms. Henry noted.en-US We are all afraid of something, and we en-US have to find ways to overcome these en-US fears, Ms. Henry said.A child might be en-US afraid of the dark and a teenager might be en-US afraid of social humiliation, but we have en-US to find the tools within us to cope with en-US these fears and conquer them so we can en-US function in the world.en-US Young audience members are welcome en-US to attend in their Halloween costumes.en-US The cast will be available for photos en-US after the performance.en-US General admission tickets are available en-US at the door for $5, or in advance at en-US www.en-US easternflorida.edu/go/artsen-US with a $1 proen-US -en-US cessing fee.en-US By Jamie Desena-McFarlanden-USFor Hometown News en-USPhoto courtesy of the Eastern Florida State College Theatre Departmenten-USEastern Florida State College theater students will perform Wiley en-US and the Hairy Man Friday, Oct. 19 and Saturday, Oct. 20 at 7 p.m., en-US and Sunday, Oct. 21 at 2 p.m at the Simpkins Fine Arts Center, 1519 en-US Clearlake Road, Cocoa. en-USC. King Center for the Performing Arts, en-US 3865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne.en-US Charlottes Web tells the story of a pig en-US named Wilbur and his friendship with an en-US extraordinary barn spider named Charlotte. en-US The story is based on E.B. Whites besten-US selling childrens book.en-US The suggested audience is from en-US kindergarten through third grade.en-US Tickets are $10. For more information, en-US call (321) 242-2219 or go to en-US www.en-US kingcenter.comen-US.en-USDaughtry to rattle King Center en-USGrammy nominated and multi-platinum en-US selling band, Daughtry, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Nov. 7, at the en-USMaxwell C. King Center for the Performing en-US Arts, 3865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne.en-US Tickets go on sale Friday, July 20, at en-US noon. en-US Since rising to prominence on the fifth en-US season of American Idol, he has released en-US four albums, all of which reached the en-US Billboard Top Ten and have combined sales en-US over 8 million copies in the U.S. 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 17

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19 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 HTN2018HTN2018 Cycling event proceeds to support local charities en-USBREVARD COUNTY For those en-US looking to be challenged, or to just enjoy a en-US nice day on the bicycle, Space Coast Freeen-US-en-US wheelers 30th annual Intracoastal Wateren-US -en-US way Century offers rides from 14 miles to en-US 125 miles.en-US Hundreds of cyclists from within the en-US county and beyond will join on multiple en-US rides that will showcase some of Brevards en-US beautiful landscapes on Sunday, Oct. 28 en-US starting at the Cocoa Civic Center, 430 en-US Delannoy Ave.en-US New to this years event is the long-disen-US-en-US tance ride for 125 miles, while the 63-mile en-US and 100-mile routes have a new feature, en-US which includes a SCFW ride leader to en-US guide participants (as well as for the 125-en-US mile ride).en-US Each ride is scheduled to begin at 8 en-US a.m., except for the Family Fun Rides (at a en-US distance of 14 miles and 28 miles), which en-US will then start at 8:15 a.m.en-US Long-time member and volunteer of en-US SCFW, Eddie Echevarria, plans to ride the en-US 125-mile route, and said he is looking foren-US -en-US ward to riding in the beautiful weather.en-US Im a retired veteran and the two en-US groups that I advocate for are for disabled en-US veterans, Mr. Echevarria said. Getting en-US out of the house and riding helps them en-US with PTSD.en-US Two veteran groups participating in en-US this years ride includes Warriors 4 Life en-US and Ride 2 Recovery, along with others.en-US All that is needed to participate in this en-US years Intracoastal Waterway Century is a en-US bike and a helmet. There will be five SAG en-US stops throughout the routes for riders to en-US take a break, get some water or a snack.en-US A post-ride meal will be provided at the en-US Civic Center.en-US Online late registration is $60 until Oct. en-US 27 and $65 on-site for cash or check only. en-US Net proceeds raised during this event will en-US go toward local charities.en-US For more information, visiten-US spacecoasten-US -en-US freewheelers.com/icwc.en-US By Brittany Mulliganen-USbmulligan@hometownnewsol.com en-USPhoto courtesy of Eddie Echevarriaen-USCyclists participate in Space Coast Freewheelers annual Intracoastal en-US Waterway Century ride. en-USVolleyball (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. 20en-USBook signing:en-US Barnes and Noble will en-US host a book signing/discussion for author en-US Victor M. Carrin from 2 to 4 p.m. en-US Saturday, Oct. 20, at 1955 W. New Haven en-US Ave., West Melbourne.en-US Carrin is the Readers Favorite en-US International Gold Medal Book Winner en-US of the Paranormal/SyFi Graphic Novel, en-US Jake Falcn: Spirit Hunter.en-US A signed wall poster (36" by 24") of the en-US book cover Jake Falcn: Spirit Hunter will en-US be given out as a prize.en-US For more information, call Susan en-US Higgins, community business en-US development manager at (321) 726-en-US 8817/9505.en-US Communicate with confidence:en-US The en-US Peace Talkers Toastmasters Club meets en-US from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturdays at Wat en-US Punyawanaram Buddhist Temple, 4490 en-US Aurora Road, Melbourne.en-US The group can help you improve your en-US communication and leadership skills at a en-GBCalendaren-USFrom page 10en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB CALENDARen-GB, page 20

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20 Does Your Pet Have What It Takes To Be Our PET OF THE WEEK?See our weekly winner for entry details! S H O W Y O U R F A L L C O L O R S S H O W Y O U R F A L L C O L O R S LISTEN TO WIN Listen to SuperDave in the noon hour to find out the Crayola Adventure of the Day. Then listen for the cue to call between 1 and 3 pm for your chance to win a Family Four Pack of tickets to the Crayola Experience and qualify for the weekly GRAND PRIZE a pair of annual passes! Cold weather plant tips en-USWen-USith the beginning of our Florida en-US Winter coming in a few weeks, en-US cold snaps and possible freezing en-US temperatures will be the rule for the next en-US few months. Many of our Florida plants will en-US withstand the cold temperatures with grace en-US while others will struggle and wilt at the en-US first sign of a chill. Since many of us do en-US some serious planting during the cooler en-US winter months, the cold weather may pose en-US some serious challenges for our precious en-US plants. en-US One of the best ways to offer protection en-US for the root base of your plants is to use en-US mulching material around the base of your en-US plants. You can recycle many of the en-US products you already have around your en-US home. You can use bark from trees you en-US might have cut down or bark that has come en-US loose from your pine trees. Straw also can en-US make an excellent mulching material. If you en-US live in a rural area straw may be available en-US from some local farmers that are in your en-US area. Sawdust can also be used as mulching en-US material. If you are a wood worker or do a en-US lot of remodeling, save that sawdust you en-US vacuum up and recycle it in your yard! Peat en-US moss also makes a great mulching material en-US that is readily available at most lawn and en-US garden centers. If you have oak trees or live en-US in a heavily wooded area, you can use leaves en-US as a protective barrier around the base of en-US your plants. You can even use your old grass en-US clippings as a mulching material around en-US your plants. en-US By using the mentioned materials for en-US protecting your plants, you are helping to en-US recycle our natural resources and you are en-US saving more and more cypress trees that are en-US rapidly being depleted by the widespread en-US use of commercial products such as cypress en-US mulch. In addition, all the above named en-US materials will slowly degrade in the soil and en-US add natural nutrients that will be beneficial en-US to the plants.en-US In order for the mulching material to be en-US effective in the event of a low temperature en-US or freeze scenario, the material should be at en-US least 2-3 inches thick but you should keep a en-US margin of about an inch from the main part en-US of the plant trunk. There are some excepen-US -en-US tions to this rule such as citrus trees. You en-US should never mulch around citrus plants as en-US this can actually cause harm to the tree. Be en-US sure that the areas that are heavily mulched. en-US It is extremely important that your garden en-US be moist prior to a cold snap. The combinaen-US -en-US tion of dry soil and cold temperatures can en-US cause serious damage to tender plants.en-US If our area should come under a freeze en-US watch or warning, you will need to take en-US some extra precautions to minimize the en-US damage to your plants. Covering your en-US plants will be the next step you need to take. en-US Be sure to use cloth and not plastic when en-US protecting your plants. Plastic can act like a en-US greenhouse and when the sun comes up, en-US the drastic temperature change can be fatal en-US to your plants. Even when using cloth, be en-US sure to use stakes if possible so that the en-US material does not come in direct contact en-US with the plant. After the cold weather of en-US freeze event is over, be sure to remove the en-US covering material promptly. en-US Fortunately, Florida enjoys seasonal en-US temperature through most of the winter en-US and mild freezes do not happen all that en-US often. It is important to remember that en-US many of our tropical plants can start to have en-US cold damage with temperatures as high as en-US 39 degrees. Hibiscus plants can wilt and en-US shiver at around 35 as well as many en-US flowering annuals. The main thing is to be en-US ready if a cold snap or freeze heads our way en-US and you will reap the rewards of healthy en-US plants throughout the winter.en-US Joe Zelenak has more than 30 years en-US experience in gardening and landscape. Send en-US e-mails toen-US hometowngarden@gmail.com en-USor en-US visit his website en-US www.hometowngarden.en-US com. GARDEN NOOK en-USJOE ZELENAK en-USpeaceful setting.en-US For more information, email Pim Paren-US -en-US part at en-US piml@juno.comen-US.en-US SUNDAY, OCT. 21 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-USwww.pastelsbydeb.en-US comen-US .en-US Beginning Hebrew class:en-US Learn to speak en-US Hebrew at 12:15 p.m. Sundays at Temple en-US Israel, 7350 Lake Andrew Drive, Viera.en-US The class is taught by Peter Czutrin, en-US from Israel.en-US You do not need to be Jewish to learn en-US Hebrew and can begin the course anytime.en-US It is open to all teens and older and the en-US fee is $144 for members, $160 for non-en-US members. For more information or to en-US register, call (321) 631-9494 or email en-US tioffice@tiofbrevard.comen-US.en-GBCalendaren-USFrom page 19

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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 Obituaries en-USWilliam S. Dailen-USWilliam S. Dail, 62, of Melbourne, died en-US Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Ammen Family Cremation and en-US Funeral Care.en-USJohn M. Romeren-USJohn M. Romer, 23, of Melbourne, died en-US Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018. Arrangements en-US were made by Ammen Family Cremation and en-US Funeral Care.en-USHolly E. Warden-USHolly E. Ward, 66, of West Melbourne, died en-US Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018. Arrangements en-US were made by Ammen Family Cremation and en-US Funeral Care.en-USSaul E. Beckeren-USSaul E. Becker, 79, of Melbourne, died en-US Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018. Arrangements en-US were made by Ammen Family Cremation and en-US Funeral Care.en-USDavid F. Malito Sr.en-USDavid F. Malito Sr., 66, of Melbourne, died en-US Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Ammen Family Cremation and en-US Funeral Care.en-USClara M. Hackneyen-USClara M. Hackney, 102, of Melbourne, died en-US Friday, Sept. 28, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Ammen Family Cremation and en-US Funeral Care.en-USMarissa A. Weilen-USMarissa A. Weil, 86, of Melbourne, died en-US Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Ammen Family Cremation and en-US Funeral Care.en-USWalter A. Stuarten-USWalter A. Stuart, 78, of Melbourne, died en-US Sunday, Sept. 30, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Ammen Family Cremation and en-US Funeral Care.en-USMichael Papastathisen-USMichael Papastathis, 60, of Melbourne, died en-US Monday, Oct. 1, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Ammen Family Cremation and en-US Funeral Care.en-USJoseph G. Baronen-USJoseph G. Baron, 74, of Melbourne, died en-US Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Ammen Family Cremation and en-US Funeral Care.en-USPaul Pena Jr.en-USPaul Pena Jr., 79, of Melbourne, died en-US Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Ammen Family Cremation and en-US Funeral Care.en-USMichael W. Weldonen-USMichael W. Weldon, 67, of Melbourne, died en-US Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Ammen Family Cremation and en-US Funeral Care.en-USXavier Soykaen-USXavier Soyka, 23, of West Melbourne, died en-US Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018. Arrangements were en-US made by Brownlie Maxwell Funeral Home and en-US Crematory.

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